This is the former murder boss Jens Møller Jensen charged with

The former head of homicide at the Copenhagen Police and the man behind the investigation into the murder of journalist Kim Wall, Jens Møller Jensen, has been charged with four counts.

Three of the circumstances concern that Jens Møller Jensen, according to the indictment “with intent to obtain unjustified gain”, has breached his duty of confidentiality in a number of closed criminal cases. The cases are mentioned in a number of chapters in the homicide boss’s much-discussed book from 2018 »Clarified – The homicide boss’s memories«.

Jens Møller Jensen has on Wednesday to tell in which specific cases he according to the indictment has broken the law. However, the indictment from the Public Prosecutor in Copenhagen, which Berlingske has been given access to, shows the cases.

The three specific chapters in which Møller is accused of having breached his duty of confidentiality describe the cases »Confectionery«, »The grandfather case«And the case of» «.

In the chapter on the “Grandfather case”, where a then 67-year-old man shot and killed a lawyer and injured his former son-in-law in the Bailiff’s Court in Copenhagen, the indictment states, for example, the following passages:

“We know the shot went through the heel of the ex-son-in-law’s right foot.”

‘The autopsy was performed the next day and showed that the lawyer was shot three times. One shot hit his back and went straight to the heart. “

“Some of the paradox was that when the victim’s wife was informed, she immediately said, ‘I know who did this.'”

Denies guilt

The fourth issue concerns the fact that, according to the indictment, Møller has abused his position because he should have made ten notices in Polsas, which is the police’s case processing system.

According to the indictment, the notices were given without an official reason and were about the cases of “Øbromanden” and “Kondiløberen”, both of which are mentioned in “Opklaret – Drabschefens erindringer”.

According to the indictment, the former murder boss should be fined.

Jens Møller Jensen does not wish to comment on this article. But Ritzau spoke on Wednesday with Møller, who told the news agency that he had been charged with four counts. However, according to Ritzau, he refused to go into detail about what the cases were specifically about.

“I can say that I deny guilt in all matters. I do not believe that I have breached my duty of confidentiality, “said Jens Møller to the Ritzau:

“Of course, I’m really sorry to get into this situation. I had not expected that when I started on the book. But if I have violated something, then I, like everyone else, must be held accountable for it. “

Cut pages out of book

In 2018, Berlingske was able to tell that Politikens Forlag, which published »Opklaret – Drabschefens erindringer«, had to cut pages out of already printed books in connection with the publication.

An obituary in the printed book thus revealed an unknown detail in the case of the perpetrator behind the terrorist attack on Krudttønden and the Jewish synagogue in 2015.

In an unknown number of printed copies of the book, it appeared that the deceased terrorist Omar El-Hussein in the weeks before the terrorist attack on Krudttønden on 15 February 2015 “had… tried to rent an apartment directly opposite the building”.

The information had not previously been publicly known, and it emphasized, according to the expert, that the terrorist attack was not accidental, but carefully planned.

The information is on page 198, but not in all the books. In an unknown number of copies, the page had been torn out – and new magazines without the information were pasted in. If you looked up page 198 in the copies that were sent to Berlingske, you could clearly see fragments from the torn page.

But the pages removed from the book are not something that the public prosecutor has taken note of in the indictment.

The former head of homicide stopped by the police in 2019 and is now a police and court commentator on TV 2. In addition, he owns – together with, among others, journalist Stine Bolther, who is also co-author of the aforementioned book – the author and lecture company True Crime Agency.

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