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Assault under investigation - use a left hook

Assault under investigation – use a left hook

Jossan Norden tells Dagbladet about the nightmare she had on Monday two weeks ago.

A little after 8 a.m. on Monday evening, she was on her way home from training in Härnösand in Västernorland, when she suddenly noticed something was wrong.

– I heard there were two men behind me, so I looked in the reflection in the window of a restaurant I passed by to see where they were. Then I saw that they were about a meter and a half behind me, Norden told Dagbladet.

Uneasy about this situation, Norden is said to have turned off the music in his headphones and started walking faster.

The case was first discussed in Swedish Aftonbladet.

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– I noticed that they began to speak in such a low voice that I could not hear them, and in the next window I could see that they had entered and were now only half a meter behind me, despite the fact that I am now walking unreasonably fast, says Norden.

Growing skepticism should quickly become a reality.

“The lonely man grabbed my ass, and then I felt him begin to move his hand toward my crotch,” says Norden.

What happened next must have taken the man by surprise.

His head is just to the right of my head, so I hit him with a left hook, followed by a few straight punches, before kicking him in the thighs just above the knee until he bends over the road, Nordin says.

took over the chase

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When Nordin obtained the man from a distance, she allegedly picked up the phone and began photographing the man to secure evidence. According to Norden, he then tried to escape, but she proceeded to chase.

According to Norden, the man she interviewed then attempted to steal her phone and the evidence of the 28-year-old. But again, Norden had to emerge victorious from the confrontation.

At this point, Norden and the alleged perpetrator were within a short distance of Norden’s residence.

– Then I called my partner on speed dial, he comes quickly and meets me and this guy. As soon as he sees my partner, the guy gives way and starts turning away. My roommate runs after him, catches him and manages to keep him on the spot until the police arrive, says Norden.

Evidence: Determined to obtain evidence of the accident, Norden stalked the alleged perpetrator to capture his face in a movie.  This image is a screenshot of a video taken by Nordin, which is now evidence in the ongoing investigation into the case.  Photo: private

Evidence: Determined to obtain evidence of the accident, Norden stalked the alleged perpetrator to capture his face in a movie. This image is a screenshot of a video taken by Nordin, which is now evidence in the ongoing investigation into the case. Photo: private
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Police confirmed to Dagbladet where it happened after they arrived, and that the man is now a suspect.

– We arrived at the site on Monday evening two weeks ago. There we met a woman and a man with suspect status. We interrogated the woman at the scene and interrogated the suspect at the police station. Police told Dagbladet that he has now been reported on charges of sexual harassment.

Amazing professor

The 28-year-old is grateful to his roommate and also pays tribute to the police, who arrived in no time at the place where his roommate was now holding the suspected assailant.

– They were incredibly professional, especially considering that it’s a place with few resources. They put the clamp on and they stayed there three minutes after I called, Norden says.

He was angry

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She continues, saying she was satisfied with the way she handled the situation, although fear left its mark here and there.

– At that time I was afraid, especially since there were two of them and I could not tell if they had weapons. Norden, who has trained in martial arts since she was 15, says it wasn’t fear that she felt the most, but anger.

However, Norden believes that martial arts training is not what prepared her in the first place.

It comes from being a woman, not from experience of self-defense, says Nordin, who also says she decided in advance how she would react if she ended up in such a situation.

Create a cursed life

The 28-year-old from Härnösand obviously can’t talk about all the situations, but she nonetheless believes that she acted correctly in the incident in question.

– I think that women should leave the responsibility in such situations on the shoulders of the aggressor, and not be afraid of escalation. Make a damn life, make a scene. Anyway, that scene is already created, and it’s not by you, but by the aggressor, Norden says.

In the aftermath of the accident, Norden said she was affected, but was determined not to let the accident change her.

– Perhaps I look more at people, awareness of the situation is at a higher level. But I refuse to bend an inch – it is he who needs to change, not me, Norden tells Dagbladet.