TWednesday afternoon, Inger Støjberg gave a speech in the Folketing hall as legal spokesperson for the Liberal Party. According to her, it was perhaps the last one as well.
It was hard not to listen to the speech without having the events of the day in mind. Støjberg had spent the morning hearing how 32 of her party colleagues would try to get her convicted by the Supreme Court. Then she had gone out to the journalists, who had been writing about the possible crimes for four years, and began with the words:
“Shoot. Yes, not literally ‘.
Now she stood in the Folketing’s rostrum, just two hours later, to defend the party’s line: That convicted criminals must be punished equally severely, no matter how long the case processing time has lasted.
“In Denmark, it is the case that one is innocent until proven guilty,” Inger Støjberg began her speech.
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