Tæskehold convicted of serious violence at the residence

Thus reads the sentences in a case in which four young men in august acted tæskehold and exposed to two educators at a center for serious violence. the Incide

Tæskehold convicted of serious violence at the residence

Thus reads the sentences in a case in which four young men in august acted tæskehold and exposed to two educators at a center for serious violence.

the Incident took place 21. august on Svennebjerggaard – an institution for voluntarily placed children in the north-west of Odense.

Here was the group of men between 18 and 22 years old been summoned by a 13-year-old boy, who had been retained by one of the educators, who were later assaulted.

In connection with the episode was the 13-year-old have said that adhering to 'would be avenged'.

Shortly after midnight appeared the four men looked up at the institution, where they attacked the two educators – among other things with a baseball bat and fists.

Similarly, had the teachers been thrown chairs after themselves, inform the senior prosecutor at The Police Jacob Thaarup for TV 2 Fyn:

"We categorize it as an exceptionally serious case of violence against public servants. Although previously there have been violent incidents in institutions, it is fortunately rare, that, on the way encounter a tæskehold up and turn loose on the two employees," he says.

During the trial, refused three of the defendants, that they had taken part in to clobber the educators with a baseball bat. They acknowledged, however, to have been present.

The fourth admitted that he may have had the bat in his hand.

The four young men were all convicted perpetrators of serious violence. This resulted in prison sentences of between eight months and a year and a half and two expulsions.

Him, who had availed themselves of the baseballbattet got the toughest punishment, when it was estimated that he had played the biggest role in the attack.

Updated Date: 09 December 2019, 18:00

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