This was reported to TV2.
In 2019, the police published two newspapers, Stavanger and Hauzsund, respectively, with information obtained from “interesting analytical results” from the forensic medical department in Austria.
They then worked on analyzing the aftermath of the 1995 assassination of Birkit Dengs in Carmo.
The regional newspaper Stavanger Aftenblad enjoyed that “because the results are so interesting, the police will launch a tactical investigation.”
Today we know that the findings of these analyzes are important for the police to arrest and prosecute for the murder of a 51-year-old man from Howland.
Defendant’s Counsel, Steen Christensen, Said before TV 2 He thinks the media blasts from the police took place with one goal: to provoke a reaction from the now-accused person, for example, through specific searches on the internet.
Hunted for these keywords
As far as TV2 is aware, police have examined both the accused’s mobile phone and the computer.
Among the things they are looking for, the 51-year-old has several keywords to investigate what he searched for on the internet.
TV 2 is familiar with some keywords: “DNA”, “Kripos” and “Tengs”.
Police are also investigating whether a search was conducted for “Finsel” and “Sjodin”.
Stale Finsel was the head of Gribose’s investigation when the murder was investigated in the 90s. Arvid Sjodin is the lawyer for the relative who was released from Dengs’ murder and later released.
As far as TV2 knows, the police did not succeed in any of the keywords they were looking for.
– This shows that my client does not care about the Birgitte case, says defense attorney Christensen.
– Is it of any importance to safety?
– We record this and then evaluate its significance for the remaining cases, he says.
Police have been conducting investigations into the search history of the period from 2017 until his arrest in September. TV2 does not know whether the police conducted specific searches for keywords before 2017.
The Southwest Police District says it does not wish to comment on specific investigative activities.
Denies criminal offense
The charge is first Known On September 3 this year, for the public, 51-year-old Ana was detained in prison in Rogaland.
There is a formal suspicion on him as well Murder of Tina Jorgensen, Took place in Stavanger five years after Dengs was killed.
In late October, police announced new investigations into the relevant DNA evidence based on the allegations. Has strengthened the basis of suspicion And against the 51-year-old.
The prosecution has the power to hold a major hearing in 2022, but it is clear that the case is uncertain in court.
Among other things, it is waiting for a police response New DNA tests on the victim’s diet.
The accused has denied any involvement in the two unsolved murder cases and believes the police have taken the wrong person.
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