A 50-year-old Czech man has been indicted for the murder of a 27-year-old Czech woman at the Tiffani Café in Frogner in Oslo in summer 2018.
“This is a knife-killing and thus a brutal attack, which many witnesses testify,” State Attorney Johan Øverberg told VG.
The 27-year-old woman was at work at the Tiffani Café on July 1st last year when the man entered. At 7.30 pm, police reported that the woman had been stabbed and the emergency services moved to the scene.
According to the indictment, the woman was stabbed in the heart and lungs by the man with whom she has a child.
She died a week later at Ullevål hospital because of oxygen deficiency in the brain.
“He is very upset and despairing about what has happened. There has been a conflict over their child that he has not seen for a long time,” the man’s defender, lawyer Johnny Veum, told NTB after the killing last year.
According to family and friends, the woman said she was afraid of the accused man.
According to TV 2, the accused man has previously admitted that “he understands that he committed the act,” but he still denied criminal charges.
“For my client, the charges are as expected. He looks forward to giving his explanation in court,” Veum tells TV 2.
© NTB Scanpix / #Norway Today