Invitation to a press conference – prosecution for terrorist crimes in Stockholm

On Tuesday 30 January, Deputy Chief Public Prosecutor at the National Security Unit, Hans Ihrman, will indict a suspect concerning terrorist crimes committed in central Stockholm on 7 April 2017. The media is invited to a press conference regarding this prosecution. 

The suspect, who has been detained since 11 April 2017, will be indicted for terrorist crimes. At the press conference, the prosecutor, police and Swedish Security Service will present the investigation.

Time, place and registration

Place: Stockholm County Police, Kungsholmsgatan 45
Time: 11 am on Tuesday 30 January, doors open at 10.30
Registration: please contact kommunikation@aklagare.se no later than 2 pm on Monday 29 January. Bring your press ID or certificate from editorial staff. Please note only accredited journalists can attend. No late registration will be accepted.

Participants at the press conference

Hans Ihrman, Deputy Chief Public Prosecutor at the National Security Unit
Christer Nilsson, Head of Investigations Division, National Operations Department
Johan Olsson, Chief of Operations at the Swedish Security Service

There will be opportunities for interviews after the presentation.

The presentation will be held in Swedish only. Interpretation from Swedish to English, and vice versa, will be available for the interviews afterwards.

Before the trial starts, the prosecutor will not be available for interviews at any other time than at the press conference.

Printed copies of the indictment in Swedish will be handed out at the press conference.

A timetable for the main hearing will be posted at Stockholm District court’s website. The prosecutor will be available for the media outside the courtroom for 15 minutes after each day’s final session.

Stockholm District Court, case no B 4708-17

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