A 23-year-old woman and her 36-year-old boyfriend were convicted on Wednesday, August 24, of murder and robbery at Aalborg Court in North Jutland, Denmark.
Both were sentenced to 14 years in prison, the Danish newspaper reported BT
Prosecutor Mette Bendix refers to the murder as pure abuse. The brutality is said to have lasted for hours before the 45-year-old succumbed to his injuries.
to me BT The man was found dead in the woman’s apartment in central Aalborg in April of last year.
The body of the 45-year-old was wrapped in black garbage bags.
Iron bar, knife, and toilet bowl cleaner
The indictment cited by the newspaper stated that the couple beat and stabbed the man with an iron rod.
They injected toilet cleaner and hydrogen peroxide into the man’s veins several times, and forced him to transfer 10,000 DKK to the woman via Mobile Pay – Denmark’s response to Vipps.
Then they strangled him to death with a belt. This is also mentioned as the cause of death.
to me The great Norwegian encyclopedia (SNL) Hydrogen peroxide is very corrosive to the skin. It is a colorless chemical compound of hydrogen and oxygen:
“In its purest form, hydrogen peroxide is a viscous, highly explosive liquid,” writes SNL, stating that it is often used as a bleaching agent.
Try to imagine the horror and fear the victim felt as it happened, Prosecutor Bendix said while addressing the jury.
The couple pleaded not guilty to the murder, but admitted to participating in the violence.
Receiving money for sexual favors
The 23-year-old woman is said to have had a previous relationship with the deceased. According to the newspaper, she should have described the man as a “sugar daddy”.
She allegedly received money and gifts in exchange for sexual favours. Meanwhile, she mentioned that the man forced himself on her twice.
He must have made the woman’s friend see red. Although he admitted to the violence, the 36-year-old claims that it was the woman who strangled the 45-year-old to his death.
Both men and women must have undergone a forensic psychiatric examination. Both were declared sane at the time of the crime, as well as what the newspaper refers to as “usually gifted.”
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