News, Stavram & Iceland | He revealed the judicial killing of the times: – There are many innocents in prison. We have no legal certainty in Norway

News, Stavram & Iceland |  He revealed the judicial killing of the times: – There are many innocents in prison.  We have no legal certainty in Norway

Watch the full Stavrum & Eikeland podcast with Arvid Sjødin here:

Arvid Sjodin, lawyer for Vigko Christiansen and Birgit Dengs’ cousin, “Name of the Year” at Netavisen. His fight for justice in both cases is unparalleled in Norwegian legal history.

Christiansen, who had been wrongfully imprisoned for more than 20 years, was acquitted of the Panehia murders, while Birgit Deng’s cousin was acquitted of the murder in 1998, freed from a compensation claim that had been pending for almost 25 years.

Now Sjødin is shouting a warning, there are many innocent people in Norwegian prisons today.

– Sjodin says we don’t have legal certainty in Norway, when he visited the podcast Stavram & Iceland.

– There are still many innocent people in Norwegian prisons today, he continues.

See his full concern report on the Norwegian judiciary here:

This is how the relative was deceived

Sjødin explains in detail how he believes he was convicted in a district court in 1997 of cheating the police in the murder case against Birgit Deng’s relative, leading to his acquittal in an appeals court the following year.

– I was deceived, says Sjødin.

Here’s how Sjødin was tricked by his cousin:

This is how Vigo Christianson was drawn to the Panehia murders

In 2000, two girls were brutally murdered in Panehia in Kristiansand, where Jan Helge Andersen confessed to one and served time for it. For more than 20 years, Viggo Kristiansen has been seen as the main man.

Watch Sjodin explain how Jon Helge Andersen and the police led Viggo Christiansen to the Panehia murders:

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That’s why Sjødin trusts Christiansen and his cousin

A lawyer is in regular contact with his clients. In Stavrum & Eikeland, he explains why both will do well later.

Check it out here:

Sjødin sacrificed his home and tens of millions of kroner in lost income to prove judicial murders.

– You can’t put it aside, says Sjødin.

In Stavrum & Ikland, he explains why he took on the demanding tasks, the bad work of the police and why they don’t learn, the bias of the media, how the Commission can be reformed, the way it works and why their relatives. He fought to forgive the freedmen.

The next judicial killing

Sjødin also talks about the next big judicial killing he’s about to resume.

– The Per Orderud case is an obvious judicial murder, says Sjødin.

Watch him explain why here:

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Guests included Denmark’s former Prime Minister Helle Thorning-Schmidt, former Prime Minister Erna Solberg (H), Labor Party leader and current Prime Minister Jonas Kahr Storr, NRK’s ​​Fredrik Solvang, influencer Linnea Myhre, sports father Gjert Ingebrigsen. Financier Knut Brundtland, shipowner Herbjørn Hansen, as well as Jens Ultweed-Moe, John Peter Sissener, Christian Adolfsen, Johan H. Andresen, Reinir Indal, politician Nestor Gudmund Hernes, Tinder girl Sisili, Oilstron Hansen, Oilstadho football legend Jan Åge Fjørtoft, Yara CEO Svein Tore Holsether, Hydro CEO Hilde Merete Aasheim, Telenor CEO Sigve Brekke, Shabana Rehman, Trond Giske, Hadia Tajik, Ingebrigt Steen Jensen, Arne Fredly to name a few.

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