REPORT: ‘Underage’ Migrant Sentenced for Murder of Teenager
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An Eritrean migrant claiming to be 16 has been sentenced to seven years in prison followed by deportation for the murder of a 15-year-old Swedish schoolmate.
The murder took place in February and saw the “underage” migrant get into a fight with the victim who had previously been his friend, and during the altercation he strangled the 15-year-old and killed him — although the migrant claims he did not kill the teen on purpose, Nyheter Idag reports.
The article goes on to state the following:
Following the death of the teen, the migrant emptied the victim’s pockets and took photographs of the body on his mobile phone that he deleted the next day, but they were recovered by forensic experts.
The court found that the murder was likely intentional, despite the migrant’s claims, because of the photographs and looting of the body.
Witnesses also said the migrant had threatened the 15-year-old victim in the past.
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