Britta Nielsen's defender will suddenly ask his client to the time in south Africa, when she was arrested.
The svindeltiltalte Britta Nielsen langer hard out after the police conduct in south Africa.
on Friday morning, she talks in Copenhagen city Court, that she either got an interpreter or were presented with a charge when she was arrested by the police in south Africa.
It happens at the behest of her counsel, attorney Nima Nabipour, who have the desire to ask for the time in south Africa, after she was arrested on 5. november of last year.
- I'm in an apartment, where I arrived the evening before. On the morning of banks the police at the door. When I open, overturning a lot of people in.
- I'll just put up the wall, and then they run around and doing a lot of things.
- all of It is terribly hectic, and no one explains what they are doing. I feel like I'm in a pretty pressured situation.
- Were you presented with a charge?, ask her defender.
- No, is the answer.
present in the apartment was also a Danish police officer.
The cop says that I should make some coffee. I ask if I can get access to my Danish lawyer, I would like to have some advice. I'll just be a stalling reply that it is not the time to.
The cop acted interpreter. I have little knowledge of skoleengelsk, but they speak such a thing with the Dutch dialect. I can't keep up with it. I get no impression of what is going on.
Nima Nabipour has earlier in the proceedings expressed to Britta Nielsen has not been guided properly in connection with the extradition agreement.
My lawyer says there are some papers in English, I have to sign. I am asking if I can get it in Danish.
- He responds that it is just "some legal stuff". He says that it is important that I write under, if I want to go home to Denmark.
the extradition agreement is interesting, for it went on to Britta Nielsen would be released in south Africa, after which she would voluntarily take with Danish cops to Copenhagen. It also came to pass, and on Danish soil, she was then arrested.
She wrote in the context that she agreed with the Danish public prosecutor could prosecute for more than anholdelseskendelsen went on.
As the charges in the case, selected the public prosecutor to place the case under section 88.
the Paragraph says that the level of penalties in serious cases can be increased by 50 percent. It means in this case that the penalty will grow from 8 to 12 years.
And the underlying question is whether Nima Nabipour could have prevented it if that had been entered into a formal extradition treaty.
the Issue of whether section 88 is taken up first by the procedure.
/ritzau/Updated Date: 29 November 2019, 11:00