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You tried to kill twice before

The two murdered in Oslo on Sunday night have been central figures in the Oslo criminal underworld for a number of years.

The 2 TV identities are confirmed by independent sources.

like NRK It was reported on Sunday that both of the injured were former high-profile figures in the Young Guns gang, which was notorious in the early 2000s.

Young Guns: The man who was shot in central Oslo on Sunday night is right in this photo. On the left is Mohammed Javid, who was murdered in 2009. They speak to former TV2 crime expert Johnny Brenna. Image: TV 2

When the man in his 40s was shot on Oslo’s Klingenberggata over the weekend, it was the third time he had fallen victim to what police believe was attempted murder.

Shot at Aker Brygge in 2006

When he was shot in front of a crowd in Aker brygge in 2006, the police cracked down on criminal gangs in the capital in earnest.

After the assassination attempt, in which another Young Guns commander was struck, the Oslo police set up the much-discussed “Gang Project”.

Convicted cop Eric Jensen, 65, led the project.

Police concluded that B gang members were behind 10-15 shots fired at Aker brygge in 2006.

The man in his 40s was himself convicted of attempted murder, having been found guilty a few years after shooting former B gang leader Ghulam Abbas, 46, outside his home in Frost in 2007.

It was established in the ruling that the attempted murder was an act of direct revenge after the Aker brygge shootings the previous year.

He was sentenced to eleven years in prison for the shooting.

TV 2 has been in touch with the man’s assistant lawyer, Sidra Bhatti. She does not wish to comment on this issue.

Attempted murder by Millehogen

At around 18.30 on January 19, 2009, the man came running to Esso station in Haugerud in Oslo.

“My friend was shot in the head by the hay bale at Haugerud. He is dead, ”he told a station employee who did not doubt for a second that he was telling the truth.

Evicted: During Stig Millehaugen's trial in 2011, Oslo District Court was evicted after a clash between the B-gang and Young Guns.  Photo: Berit Roald/NTB

Evicted: During Stig Millehaugen’s trial in 2011, Oslo District Court was evicted after a clash between the B-gang and Young Guns. Photo: Berit Roald/NTB

A few minutes ago he was behind the wheel of a Mercedes. In the passenger seat was his friend Mohammed Javed (28 years old), who at that time was considered the leader of the Young Guns.

In the back seat of the car sat Stig Millehaugen (53), who was wanted internationally last summer when he was He escaped from Trondheim prison.

I got protection from the police

When Mellehogen was still on the run, security measures were implemented around the man in his forties, who responded aggressively to the fact that he had not been informed of the killer’s release from prison.

According to the verdict of the Oslo District Court, Melehogen shot Javid in the back of the head.

The man in his forties immediately managed to get out of the car. He followed Milhaugen, heel to toe, for several metres. The man in his forties is convinced he tried to shoot him, but the gun tickled.

ON THE ESCAPE: Stig Millihagen, 53, convicted of double murder, escaped from Trondheim prison in June.  Photo: police

ON THE ESCAPE: Stig Millihagen, 53, convicted of double murder, escaped from Trondheim prison in June. Photo: police

After the murder, Melihogen drove the car a short distance before setting the car on fire with Javed inside.

Milhaugen was found guilty of the murder of Javid and the attempted murder of the man in his forties.

Two are wanted internationally

Oslo police have charged three people with attempted or complicity in murder after the shootings over the weekend.

Only one of them was arrested, while the other two are wanted internationally.

Large forces: Police moved in large forces to Klingenberggata in central Oslo on Sunday night.  Photo: Frode Sunde/TV 2

Large forces: Police moved in large forces to Klingenberggata in central Oslo on Sunday night. Photo: Frode Sunde/TV 2

The police are constantly considering whether they should contact the two by names and photos.

The arrested man, in his twenties, is accused of complicity and is being defended by lawyer Marius Ahlebek.

He didn’t want to be questioned by the police.

Grete Lynn Mitlaid, head of the Joint Intelligence and Investigation Unit (FEE) in the Oslo Police District, told TV 2 that they are working intensively to contact the suspects.

POLITITOPP: Police Inspector Great Lynn Mitlaid leads the department in the Oslo Police which, among other things, investigates the most serious cases of violence.  Photo: Photo: Alf Simensen / TV 2

POLITITOPP: Police Inspector Great Lynn Mitlaid leads the department in the Oslo Police which, among other things, investigates the most serious cases of violence. Photo: Photo: Alf Simensen / TV 2

She says they are aware of many different conflict lines among criminals in the capital, and are investigating whether this was the background to the shooting.

There are conflict lines that we recognize. We realize that with a possible environmental link there may be an explanation, but it is too early to draw conclusions on this, Police Inspector Metlaid tells TV2.

Do you have a video of the footage?

– We have the video material in this case and it is central. We will not say anything else about what is shown. It’s part of the investigative material, says Maitled.

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