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Response to Bodhi BloodWave (Reply #5)

Tue Aug 21, 2012, 10:06 AM

8. You hold the Swedish system in very low esteem

if you really believe the final interview with the accused is just a formality and has no bearing whatsoever regarding the collection of testimony and evidence. There would be no point in requiring such an interview if it is not for "information gathering".

Please cite the Swedish law that makes the requirement and show us that it is just meant to be a formality.

Regardless, it seems to make perfect sense for the prosecution to get the interview over with. They can then charge and try him in absentia without further ado, if they still believe they have a case.

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