Politics Attack in Norway: the thesis of the mental "disease" of the font abuser

22:05  15 october  2021
22:05  15 october  2021 Source:   20minutes.fr

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The reason for the attack will have a direct impact on the criminal responsibility of the aggressor

Is the author of the archery in Norway with mental illness? It is in any case the thesis to which the investigators are heading on the third day of the investigation on this drama that has started the country. "The most reinforced hypothesis after the first days of the investigation is that of the disease as a backdrop," said Inspector Per Thomas Omholt at a press conference. "But we leave the door open to other hypotheses".

Among the theories of departure, the police had considered "anger, revenge, drive, jihad, illness and provocation," explained the police officer. These statements reinforce the doubts that surround the mental health, and therefore the criminal responsibility, of Espen Andersen Bråthen who acknowledged that he killed five people and injured three others Wednesdays in Kongsberg (southeast) where he resides.

La thèse de la maladie est renforcée à ce stade de l'enquête sur l'attaque à l'arc qui a fait cinq morts en Norvège. (Illustration) © Terje Pedersen / AP / SIPA The thesis of the disease is reinforced at this stage of the arc attack investigation that made five dead in Norway. (Illustration)

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Placed for a medicalized institution

suspected of Islamist radicalization, this 37-year-old Danish was placed on Friday in pre-trial detention for four weeks, the first two in total isolation. Rather than in prison, it will be maintained in a medical institution , said Prosecure Ann Iren Svane MathiSassen. Bråthen was transferred Thursday night to a psychiatric facility afterwards, "said Svane Mathiassen," an assessment of his state of health ". It is the subject of a psychiatric assessment by experts to determine whether it can be held for criminally responsible for its gesture. The conclusions should take several months.

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If the attacks wear, do they say, the mark of a "terrorist act", the authorities now seem to be to lean for the Hypothesis of madness. "There is no doubt that the act itself thinks in appearance that it can be a terrorist act but it is now important that the investigation advances and that the motivations of the suspect is clarified He said the head of the PST security services, Hans Sverre Sjøvold, Thursday. "It's a person who has made back and forth in the health system for a while," he said, without further details.

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"Fears of radicalization" since 2020

The suspect "is known" of the PST, services which are in particular loads of the anti-terrorism in Norway , but few details have been provided. The police reported "fears of radicalization" that was 2020 and before, and who, she assured, had given rise to follow-up. According to Norwegian media, Bråthen has been targeted by two judicial decisions in the past: a prohibition last year to visit his parents after threatening to kill his father and a conviction for burglary and purchase of Haschich in 2012. A video From him dating from 2017 was also updated, where he pronounces a profession of faith in a threatening tone.

Bråthen, which has most probably acted alone according to the police, killed four women and a man between 50 and 70 years old, in several locations of Kongsberg, a small town without history of about 25,000 inhabitants, about 80 kilometers to West Oslo.

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"Never a smile, no expression on the face"

The new Norwegian Prime Minister Jonas Gahr Støre is expected in the day in this city still in shock. Flowers and candles were deposited on the multiple sites of the crime. Svein Westad, a retired 75, wander in Hytatagata, a street where two of his neighbors and friends were killed at home. "I am totally annihilated. I will never give me back, "he says. "They should have caught him immediately," he adds, evoking the police, criticized for having put more than half an hour after the first alerts to stop Bråthen. Under the cover of anonymity, a neighbor described Bråthen as a little endorsement. "Never a smile, no expression on his face" and "always alone," he said.

Several projects of Islamist attacks have been foiled in Norway in the past. But the country has been mounted by two extreme right attacks over the last decade, particularly by Anders Behring Breivik (77 killed) on July 22, 2011.

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