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Arrest negotiations after the attack on Kongsberg

Arrest negotiations after the attack on Kongsberg

Police in Kongsberg are calling for suspect Espen Andersen Brathin to be detained for four weeks with a ban on letters and visits, as well as complete isolation and a media ban for the first two weeks, prosecutor Anne Erin Svane Mathiassen asserts. VG Friday.

Arrest proceedings began at 09.00 am Friday at Kongsberg and Eiker District Court.

– I will receive papers from the police and when I read and review them, I will write an arrest petition, Judge Anne Mikkelsen tells the DN reporter on the site.

Judge Anne Mikkelsen was photographed and photographed by the media on Friday.

Photo: Veronika Ljung-Nielsen

Espen Andersen Brathen is suspected of killing five people and wounding three others when he attacked people in central Kongsberg on Wednesday, armed with a bow, among other things.

The 37-year-old confessed to the documents. He himself agreed not to attend the negotiations, reports Aftenposten.

On the square in central Kongsberg, residents gathered on Thursday to light candles and leave flowers.

On the square in central Kongsberg, residents gathered on Thursday to light candles and leave flowers.

Photo: Veronika Ljung-Nielsen

late on Thursday A decision was made to extradite the suspected offender to the health services. The decision has no bearing on the negotiations in court.

– Anne Irene Svane Mathiassen says it only matters where he is in prison NRK.

After questioning, the man was evaluated by a psychiatrist on a simple examination and according to his defense attorney Frederick Neumann, he would undergo a full forensic psychiatric examination, writes TT and references NTB.

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