Tom Hagen, one of Norways richest men, arrested on suspicion of murdering his wife

Author : townful1915
Publish Date : 2021-04-07 20:47:43


Tom Hagen, one of Norways richest men, arrested on suspicion of murdering his wife

Hagen's lawyer denies the property and energy mogul was involved, and he has not yet been charged with any crimes.

Anne-Elisabeth Hagen, 69, disappeared in October 2018 and the family said a ransom had been demanded for her release, but on Tuesday Norwegian police arrested Hagen, 70, on suspicion of killing her, according to public broadcaster NRK.

The case was first reported in January 2019, attracting widespread attention in a nation where crime rates are low.



https://crafterdepot.com/crafter-depot-groups/zip-downloadmp3-pojken-flensborg-open-feat-hans-mydtskov-torben-album-download/
https://crafterdepot.com/crafter-depot-groups/zip-downloadmp3-the-velvet-underground-nico-the-velvet-underground-nico-45-album-download/
https://crafterdepot.com/crafter-depot-groups/downloadmp3-grand-cadaver-madness-comes-ep-album-download/


Police say they now believe Anne-Elisabeth was killed and not abducted, and have enough evidence to 'suspect' Tom of her killing.

'It is important to emphasize that although we have charged Tom Hagen, the case is still being investigated and there are several unanswered questions,' Øst Police District said in a statement.

'It will be particularly important to clarify the role played by Tom Hagen, to find Anne-Elisabeth Hagen and to determine whether other people are involved.'

'As the case initially appeared, our main theory was that Anne-Elisabeth Hagen had been abducted by someone with a financial motive. And in June 2019, we came to believe that she had most likely been killed,' police said.

'We now believe there was no abduction and there was never any genuine negotiations. In other words there was a clear and well-planned attempt at misleading the police,' the statement added.

The Norwegian legal system allows police to hold an individual on suspicion of a crime before formal charges are brought.

Hagen's attorney, Svein Holden, said his client denies the accusations.

'He strongly maintains that he has nothing to do with this,' he told a group of reporters, according to Reuters.

Hagen will appear in court on Wednesday, the news agency reports.

Police asked the court to remand Hagen in custody for four weeks, with a ban on visits and outside communication, according to the statement.

They initially kept Anne-Elisabeth's disappearance a secret in a bid to protect her but then made the case public in January 2019.

'We can confirm that there is a ransom, and that serious threats have been issued,' Øystein Stavdal Paulsen, senior adviser of Norway's East Police District, told CNN at the time.

'Regarding the ransom, we do not want to confirm what amount or in what form,' he added.

NRK reported at the time that multiple messages were found inside the Hagens' home and that a ransom had been demanded in the cryptocurrency Monero.

Hagen, a real estate investor and power facilities owner, is one of Norway's richest men, with a net worth of around $200 million, according to Norwegian financial magazine Kapital.

Anne-Elisabeth Hagen was a board member of her husband's holding company until September, according to NRK.

The couple lived in Fjellhamar, a village about 12 miles northeast of Oslo, according to Norwegian public broadcaster NRK. The couple married in 1979 and have three adult children, it said.

'We now believe there was no abduction and there was never any genuine negotiations. In other words there was a clear and well-planned attempt at misleading the police,' the statement added. They initially kept Anne-Elisabeth's disappearance a secret in a bid to protect her but then made the case public in January 2019. 'We can confirm that there is a ransom, and that serious threats have been issued,' Øystein Stavdal Paulsen, senior adviser of Norway's East Police District, told CNN at the time. Hagen will appear in court on Wednesday, the news agency reports. The case was first reported in January 2019, attracting widespread attention in a nation where crime rates are low. Anne-Elisabeth Hagen was a board member of her husband's holding company until September, according to NRK. Hagen will appear in court on Wednesday, the news agency reports. 'He strongly maintains that he has nothing to do with this,' he told a group of reporters, according to Reuters. Hagen's attorney, Svein Holden, said his client denies the accusations. Police asked the court to remand Hagen in custody for four weeks, with a ban on visits and outside communication, according to the statement. Anne-Elisabeth Hagen, 69, disappeared in October 2018 and the family said a ransom had been demanded for her release, but on Tuesday Norwegian police arrested Hagen, 70, on suspicion of killing her, according to public broadcaster NRK. Anne-Elisabeth Hagen, 69, disappeared in October 2018 and the family said a ransom had been demanded for her release, but on Tuesday Norwegian police arrested Hagen, 70, on suspicion of killing her, according to public broadcaster NRK. Police asked the court to remand Hagen in custody for four weeks, with a ban on visits and outside communication, according to the statement. 'It will be particularly important to clarify the role played by Tom Hagen, to find Anne-Elisabeth Hagen and to determine whether other people are involved.' The couple lived in Fjellhamar, a village about 12 miles northeast of Oslo, according to Norwegian public broadcaster NRK. The couple married in 1979 and have three adult children, it said.

#newsupdatenow



Category : general

History of Muslims in Madinah

History of Muslims in Madinah

- At the age of 53 years, Holy Prophet was ordered to leave Makkah and migrate towards Madinah.


Above is an example of my education history. It would be best if you put your recent education on the top and going back

Above is an example of my education history. It would be best if you put your recent education on the top and going back

- This article will explain why I believe that generating the BuildConfig class for Android library modules is a bad idea. It’s important to highlight that I am not talking about the app module Bu


The Significance of Getting Your SAP C_BOWI_42 Certifications

The Significance of Getting Your SAP C_BOWI_42 Certifications

- Cyber security is a means to protect the automated and interconnected system from any unauthenticated access.will now be authorized to make us


New Why Do People Take Oracle 1Z0-1085-20 Certification?

New Why Do People Take Oracle 1Z0-1085-20 Certification?

- Homeschooling your children might be difficult but is often unbelievably gratifying. Most states have homeschooling provides and