Police have made discoveries in connection with the 32-year-old Danish man accused of raping and killing Emilie Meng (17) in 2017, report B.T.
The man was re-incarcerated today.
According to the judge during the detention hearing, the suspicion against the man is strengthened because there are many indications that it is his DNA that was found on the jacket of a 15-year-old girl he is now charged with having threatened and attempted to rape last year.
The 32-year-old has already been charged with abducting and raping 13-year-old Filippa in April. In addition to the charge in the Meng case, he is also charged with threats, violence and attempted rape against a 15-year-old girl in Sorø in West Zealand in November last year.
According to the judge, it is “with the highest probability” that the accused’s DNA was found on the 15-year-old’s jacket. This is in addition to teledata from the area.
The man denies criminal guilt for all the cases except the Filippa case, where he admits partial guilt after the serious charge.
The accused has not commented on the new charges, including for the Meng murder. He is re-imprisoned because the judge comes to the conclusion that there is a risk of recidivism if he goes free. The court also keeps open the possibility that there may be co-conspirators at large.
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