Monday's hearing in the case against svindelanklagede Britta Nielsen was marked by a long series of technicalities on Socialstyrelsens control systems.
But a single piece of information aroused great interest.
the disclosure came as prosecutors presented evidence in the case, while waiting for a delayed witness.
In connection with a search of Britta Nielsen's house was found a locked closet in the closet in Britta's bedroom, it sounded from one of the two prosecutors in the case.
In court was the report from the search showcased, and here it became clear what the authorities found in the locked closet.
"I want to document what is found, of the values. A hard disk drive, a printer, 5000 dollars in cash in Britta's bedroom in a locked closet in the closet," said one prosecutor in the case.
Britta Nielsen's house was far from the only place where there were made searches in the case, was it explained in court.
Also a safety deposit box belonging to Britta Nielsen was ransacked, and here suspect the prosecutors, that one of the daughters removed the papers, as the former has been promoting.
Otherwise, stood Monday's case mostly in the technical corner. Several witnesses Jestbahis were Britta Nielsen's former colleagues in the national board of social services.
In the long series of technical explanations about the payouts, it became quickly clear that it was the commanders of the national board of social services, which was to approve payouts.
But there was a loophole.
the so-Called power users in the system, namely the bypass, that a case had to be approved by a manager, it told a former colleague of Britta Nielsen.
"As superuser, you could go in and remove the check mark that it should ledergodkendes. We were more that could do it," said a witness, who himself had tried the practice.
at the same time explained to the witness that the person who had removed the check mark from a specific case, would have his initials are logged in the system.
It can be vital to Britta Nielsen has left a digital track in the case where she stands accused of having defrauded for 117 million. crowns.
the Case against Britta Nielsen continues Friday.
Date Of Update: 25 November 2019, 20:00