Invitation to a press conference regarding the prosecutor’s decision in a case concerning a police shooting
On 2 August 2018, a 20 year old man was shot dead by a police in central Stockholm. On Friday 12 April, Chief Public Prosecutor Martin Tidén will make a decision and present it at a press conference.
The investigation has aimed to clarify what happened in connection with the shooting. Three police officers are notified of the allegations.
Participants at the press conference
At the press conference, Chief Public Prosecutor Martin Tidén from the Separate Public Prosecution Office will present the investigation and his decision. Chief Inspector Jesper Rundeberg from the Internal Affairs at the Swedish Police will also be present.
Time, place and registration
Place: Klara Strand, Klarabergsviadukten 90, room: Viktor Arendorff
Time: 10 am on Friday 12 April, doors open at 9.30
Registration: please contact firstname.lastname@example.org no later than 4pm on Thursday April 11. Bring your press ID or certificate from editorial staff. Please note only accredited journalists can attend.
Stockholm District Court, case number B 10655-18
There will be opportunities for interviews after the presentation. The press conference will be in Swedish. The prosecutor will not give interviews at any other time than at the press conference.
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