After a thorough forensic psychiatric examination, the National Board of Forensic Medicine has concluded that the ex-boyfriend who is in his 20s is not mentally ill. The day after the trial ended, the district court announced that there is convincing evidence that the ex-boyfriend is guilty of murder and breach of the peace.
During the legal process, the court decided to send a request for an RPU, ie a forensic psychiatric examination, to the Forensic Medicine Agency. For four weeks, Wilma's ex-boyfriend has been in one of the Forensic Medicine Agency's forensic psychiatric investigation departments, where he has been examined by a team consisting of a forensic psychiatrist, psychologist, social worker and nurse or mental health nurse.
The team has, among other things, made a survey of his life, behavior, mental health, medical examinations and psychological tests.
Disappeared without a trace
In June, Uddevalla District Court announced “... that there is convincing evidence that the man was guilty of murder and breach of the peace. The district court has decided that he will undergo a forensic psychiatric examination. "
Wilma disappeared from her home in November last year, two weeks later a body part was found hidden in the ex-boyfriend's home. The police have not yet found her other remains. The ex-boyfriend has always denied the murder charges.
On June 17, Uddevalla District Court announced that they judged that the ex-boyfriend was guilty of the murder of Wilma. Prosecutor Jim Westerberg said:
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Learn more about browser supportDistrict Court: Ex-boyfriend guilty of the murder of Wilma Photo: Police / TT