On January 28 this year, a 15-year-old boy was shot in the head at a sushi restaurant in Skogas, south of Stockholm. The murder may have been part of an ongoing gang war in Stockholm.
-He went to school, worked hard, and was a nice person. But he was also worried about the people he was hanging out with, an acquaintance of the victim told the Swedish newspaper Aftonbladet In February.
It is believed that it was a contract murder and that the teenager was lured to the restaurant.
according to SVT The homicide is linked to the Husby shooting that occurred earlier that month. A relative of the gang leader, Rao Majeed, also known as the “Kurdish Fox” – who lives in Turkey – lived at the address.
The man suspected of ordering the killing is said to be 25 years old. According to SVT, he denies these accusations.
– She received NOK 100,000 for the murder
The trial began on Monday this week in Södertörn District Court, with ten defendants, including the 16-year-old boy, facing off against him. He is suspected of shooting a teenager of the same age.
Nine other people, between the ages of 15 and 27, face charges of complicity to murder, preparation for murder, conspiracy to commit murder, aggravated violation of the weapons law and violation of the drug law.
According to the Swedish Public Prosecutor’s Office, the accused, who was 15 years old, should have been offered 100,000 Swedish krona for killing the teenager, according to reports. Aftonbladet this week.
He denies the criminal charge, but police obtained evidence from the defendant’s mobile phone.
In addition to several photographs, he also refers to letters he sent shortly after the murder:
“Brother Bana, then his head fell straight onto the table.”
“He is dead or will be disabled for the rest of his life.”
The messages are said to have been sent while the accused was in the getaway car on his way from the crime scene, the newspaper wrote.
Police confiscated several photos from the boy’s mobile phone, in which he was wearing a Finnish hat and standing with a thick pile of banknotes.
According to Swedish SVT News The defendant is also said to have shopped for expensive brand-name clothing at the Nordiska Kompaniet department store in Stockholm.
Just six months ago, the boy turned fifteen years old. Breakfast in bed, cake, flowers and the Swedish flag. The contrasts are great.
During interrogation, the accused’s parents reportedly said that their son had drug abuse problems. He was also said to be struggling at school and was away for longer periods, Aftonbladet reported.
However, they are also unable to find an answer as to how the son is now accused of murder.
The teenager himself is said to have been somewhat talkative during police interviews.
“What is life worth? How much is life worth to you?”, the boy is said to have been asked in questioning, to which the 16-year-old replied: “No comment.”
– Do you have any explanation for everything you said and explained? Because we interpret that to mean you shot him?
– Yes, and I have no comment on that. It is said that he stated this, according to the Aftonbladet newspaper.
– Extreme situation
Gang crime is rocking Sweden, and in just the last few weeks, nine people have been killed.
Several incidents are associated with the gang’s settlement in the Foxtrot criminal network.
Recently, internal divisions have emerged in the network, and its leaders are at odds with each other.
On one side of the guerrilla war stands Rao Majeed, known as the “Kurdish Fox.” On the other hand: Ismail Abdo (33 years old), known as “Strawberry” and “The Doctor” – and until recently, he was one of Majed’s closest associates.
-A mother is murdered, a child is shot to death in the woods, and the “wrong” person is shot to death. This is an extreme situation at the moment,” Friedrich Schusholt, a crime commentator for Expressen, told Dagbladet earlier in September.
Last Wednesday, a teenage boy was shot dead at a sports field in southern Stockholm. More than 70 young people had to take refuge in a toilet during the shooting incident.
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