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Verdict in terrorist case in Stockholm

23-05-2018
On Thursday 7 June at 1 p.m. Stockholm District Court will announce the verdict where a man has been indicted on charges for terrorist crimes committed in Stockholm on 7 April 2017. The prosecutor will be available for brief comments with the media after the verdict is announced.

Stockholm District Court, case number B 4708-17.

Contact:

Deputy Chief Prosecutor Hans Ihrman will be available by phone for the media Thursday 7 June, 2-3 p.m. CET, for brief comments.

The prosecutor will be available on 12 June by phone for the media to give a more comprehensive analysis regarding the verdict. If you would like to book a time on 12 June, contact Press Service, [email protected]  +46 10 562 50 20.

For general questions about the Swedish judicial system, please read more https://www.aklagare.se/en/the-legal-process/.

Press service 46 10 562 50 20

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    Read more

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