The accused of the Nokia death crash denies driving a Turma car during the evacuation. The accused was 17 years old at the time of the acts. The prosecutor is demanding up to nine years in prison.
Nokia a young man accused of a death crash a year ago denies driving a car at the time of the accident. Three young people died in Turma in August 2020.
The prosecutor is demanding that the 18-year-old man be sentenced to up to nine years in prison for three murders, as well as aggravated drunk driving and aggravated endangering traffic safety. The charges were read on Wednesday in the Pirkanmaa District Court.
All the suspected acts have been committed as a young person since the man turned 18 only about a month after the events.
In the alternative, the prosecutor demands punishment for aggravated death offenses instead of killing. Even then, the prosecutor believes the man should be sentenced to six years in prison.
The prosecutor according to the man had left to drive a car from Pori Yyteri on 15 August 2020 at about 22.30. The trip had ended for an outing at Nokia at 1.09am.
Two girls born in 2002 and a boy born in 2003 died in the crash.
After driving, the blood alcohol content of the accused was 1.68 per mille.
The prosecutor’s perception is that the defendant has already manifested suicide and unpredictable behavior before the act was committed.
According to the prosecutor, the man was raging while driving and was carrying the car in part of the oncoming lane. In addition, he behaved recklessly anyway. Among other things, he used his mobile phone to take pictures and videos and write messages.
The footage has been published on the profile of the suspected driver on a social media platform. Other messages and location information related to Snapchat have also been received from your phone.
At its worst, the speed of the car was about 170 kilometers per hour, according to the prosecutor. During the exit, the car was moving at a speed of about 120 kilometers per hour.
During the eviction, the accused did not apply the brake, but used the handbrake, the prosecutor notes.
Fare died as soon as the car collided with a tree, but the airbag and car hit angle protected the accused, according to the prosecutor. He survived with minor injuries.
The investigation revealed that the girls traveling in the back seat did not have seat belts. The man traveling in the front seat wore a seat belt, but the driver’s seat belt was locked behind his back.
The car was torn in two as a result of the collision.
The man admits aggravated drunk driving because he says he drove the car for about an hour from the start. At about 11:30 p.m., the driver changed, so at the time of driving out, the car was driven by someone else, he said.
According to the prosecutor, the driver will survive on the basis of DNA evidence. The accused’s DNA has been found in the driver’s airbag, legroom and handbrake, among other things.
The decisive factor is that the prosecutor considers the situation at the time of the act, ie whether the suspect considered or should have considered it probable that the proceedings would result in the car being driven out and those in the car killed.