NewsMalmo School Assassin: No Serious Mental Disorder

Malmo School Assassin: No Serious Mental Disorder

Created: 08/25/2022, 2:19 p.m

Gewalttat an schwedischer Schule in Malmö
Flowers lie in front of the high school: Two teachers were killed in an act of violence at the school. © Johan Nilsson/TT News Agency/AP/dpa

According to a psychiatric report, the 18-year-old alleged assassin did not suffer from any mental disorder. What consequences does that have for him?

Malmö – The suspected school assassin from Malmö did not suffer from a serious mental disorder at the time. This is the conclusion reached by a legal psychiatric report, as the competent court in the southern Swedish city announced on Thursday.

According to forensic doctors, there is no basis for the 18-year-old accused to be placed in a psychiatric institution after a verdict. He is accused of using an ax and a knife to kill two teachers at a high school in Malmö in March. The teenager was arrested minutes after the attack and has confessed to both murders.

In court, he stated that he wanted to have committed such a terrible act that everyone else distanced himself from him afterwards. He referred to himself as a monster several times. The case against the 18-year-old will continue on Monday (August 29). dpa

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