Anders Elison is surprised that the National Board of Health and Welfare's legal advice follows the same line as the Forensic Psychiatry in Gothenburg.

- The judicial council has made its assessment of the documents.

It's good that way.

But I have met my client and had a lot to do with him and I see how terribly bad he is, says lawyer Anders Elison, to SVT Nyheter Skåne.

The 18-year-old was sentenced in the district court to life imprisonment for the double murder of two teachers at the Latin School in Malmö.

A forensic psychiatric examination then established that the 18-year-old did not suffer from a mental disorder either at the time of the act or when he was examined.

"Cook right for hell"

Forensic psychiatry found, however, that the 18-year-old has a neuropsychiatric problem within the autism spectrum.

- My client has become a pawn in the great debate about the shortcomings of neuropsychiatric care and young people who are terribly unwell.

In my client's case, it went very well, says Anders Elison, defense lawyer for the 18-year-old.

The main hearing on the double murder at the Malmö Latin School resumes on December 16 in the Court of Appeal.

- Until then, I will continue to meet my client and continue to be a support for him.

I will nevertheless plead that he should not be sentenced to life imprisonment.

But the uphill has of course become steeper now, says lawyer Anders Elison.

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Get a summary of what happened during the crime at the high school Malmö Latinskola on Monday.

Photo: TT