Adidas woman and lame “kicker” killed passers-by in the middle of Stockholm

Published 7 October 2021 at 10.54

The brothers are charged with murder and attempted murder and the woman, who is one brother’s girlfriend, is charged with attempted murder. One brother’s sister also took part in the quarrel, which took place in May this year, and she was arrested at the passport control at Arlanda airport when she tried to leave the country. However, the sister could not be linked to any crime and was never prosecuted.

The two victims had no connection to the perpetrators and according to Expressen two childhood friends who grew up in the same small town in northern Sweden. They were walking along Sankt Eriksgatan outside Västermalmsgallerian when the attack occurred.

Both men were stabbed and the 27-year-old who was stabbed in the chest died of his injuries. The 29-year-old survived but suffered liver damage and a kidney capsule, among other things.

The older brother had a lame walk and left the place in the direction of Fridhemsplan’s metro together with his girlfriend. The younger one held a knife-like object in his hand that got caught on surveillance cameras.

They were later arrested in various places in the Stockholm area and are now being prosecuted at Stockholm District Court.


Source: Fria Tider by www.friatider.se.

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