Copenhagen city Court has on Friday ruled in a serious case, among other things, is about four rapes.
A 41-year-old man Friday by the Copenhagen city Court sentenced to custody, among other things, four rapes and one attempted rape.
The state prosecutor Anders Larsson.
the Man, Abdelhadi Moslih, was accused of four rapes, attempts at rape, robbery, theft, and threats of violence in a misbrugsmiljø in Copenhagen.
He was found guilty in all the circumstances.
Three of the rapes and voldtægtsforsøget has happened in the area near Close to Copenhagen. The area is among others known for its abusive and prostitutionsmiljø, but also of popular cafés and sought-after homes.
One of the attacks happened on a toilet at the stofindtagelsesrummet H17 - a so-called injection rooms. After that have been offering resistance, it managed to last for the victim to get the locked door open and escape.
another was pressed up against a wall in a kælderskakt, while a third was subjected to the blows and halsgreb in a van, in which she kicks and screams in vain trying to avoid being raped.
the Man is also convicted of a theft, where he must have stolen some gold jewellery from a woman.
in Addition, he has been convicted of two robberies. At one of them he took, according to the indictment halsgreb on a woman, then she fainted. Then he took a gold bracelet and a diamond ring.
- the Court has laid emphasis on the victims ' explanations, where we found the key points are secure and trustworthy, tells the prosecutor Anders Larsson.
Abdelhadi Moslih refused guilty. After the verdict, he asked for a reflection period in relation to any appeal.
Custody shall be served in a prison - typically in the Herstedvester - but if you are sentenced to the custody, to get out first, when a court determines that you are no longer a danger to society. In principle, you can sit inside on life.
Retslægerådet says that there is a high risk of relapse to ligeartet crime, and among other things, why was the recommendation, that the man should be sentenced to custody.
Retslægerådet is the country's top medical authority in the legal context.
/ritzau/Updated Date: 23 November 2019, 11:00