Defender will have a Danish man acquitted in the Supreme court for gross's comment on the terrorist attacks in London.
When a british man 19. June 2017 in a van torpederede a crowd in front of a mosque in London and killed one person and wounded 11 others, got it a Danish man to keys on Facebook.
- he who has done it, should have a medal, wrote a 55-year-old man as a response to another profile's Facebook-postings, which was open to the public.
the PET (Police Intelligence service) intercepted the comment, and in June 2018, that the man was accused of sanctioning terror.
The 55-year-olds case is now brought all the way to the Supreme court, after he initially got off with a warning in Court in Randers.
The judgment appealed against the prosecution, and in the Vestre Landsret, he was sentenced to 30 days imprisonment and community service, which he appealed against.
He let himself be carried away by the mood, he has previously explained. It was not something he felt deeply for, and he sympathizes in no way with the terrorist attacks, it said.
He was sentenced after penal code section 136, paragraph. 2 in the Vestre Landsret and the district court.
in Order to be judged according to the paragraph the accused must publicly and explicitly cheap a terrorforbrydelse.
But the 55-year-old has not spoken publicly, saying the defender Gert Dyrn Thursday in the Supreme court. A reply to a posting on a Facebook profile - which also doesn't exist anymore - cannot be considered as public, he believes.
Specialanklager Lise Willer puts rather the emphasis on that debate in the higher the degree happens on Facebook. This confirms that the comment was public.
the Penalty should not be less than three months ' imprisonment, which should be unconditional. The offence is suitable to create fear in the society even if it is a foreign act of terrorism, says the prosecutor.
the Perpetrator of the terrorist attack in London was sentenced to life imprisonment with at least 43 years in prison. But he was never convicted after a terrorparagraf. Instead, he was convicted of the murder.
the 55-year-old not be judged according to section 136, paragraph. 2, which is about terror, think Gert Dyrn.
But the judge put in court in London emphasis on the fact that the offender was motivated by terror, says Lise Willer.
The 55-year-olds comment on Facebook was not the only serious comment in the advertisement.
A second man, who commented on the advertisement, was also questioned by the PET. The Police chose, however, to put the matter of death.
In total, Facebook-the lookup commented ten times and split twice. The 55-year-olds comment got two "likes".
the Decision of the Supreme court is expected Monday 6. January at 12 o'clock.
/ritzau/Updated Date: 19 December 2019, 20:00