the Head of the police mordkommission in Copenhagen, Jens Møller Jensen, was forced to leave his post earlier in the autumn.

He was notified also to the police disciplinary board for suspicion of breach of confidentiality.

the Reason: He had written a book in which he among other things took up the murder of the Swedish journalist Kim Wall, an investigation that he led.

READ MORE: He was fired after the book about Kim Wall

Now his dismissal repercussions in another case – the new investigation surrounding the unsolved murder of the teenager Emilie Meng, who disappeared in 2016 in denmark, Korsør.

– Jens Møller Jensen would be at the forefront of the group that would investigate, but he was away when the book came out, confirming Mai-Britt Storm Thygesen, plaintiff’s counsel, to the family, of the Danish Berlingske.

Jens Møller Jensen became well known in both Denmark and Sweden during the investigation of the murder of Kim Wall, Peter Madsen finally convicted.

READ MORE: Police investigators became friends with Kim Walls parents

His stubborn work and persistent quest for Kim Wall’s remains have been hailed.

But when he released his book, he became an unpopular within the Danish police.

the Book is called ”Opklaret – mordchefens own story” and describes the course of events on the basis of polischefens perspective.

When the book was released, it was Jens Møller Jensen immediately with his job and was placed on.

Police: suspect singled out in the book

The biggest problem with the book from the police point of view, this is about the portrayal of the terror attack in Copenhagen 2015. Which mean the police that a suspect who never was charged to identify, and thus was Jens Møller Jensen suspected to have breached the duty of confidentiality.

But it must also have been criticism of the fact that Jens Møller Jensen takes too much of the credit, citing Danish media.

Redeployment may thus have repercussions in another case. This summer was appointed Jens Møller Jensen to head a new investigation into the murder of teenage Emilie Meng. Photo: FILIPPA ROGVALL

the Resettlement may thus have repercussions in another case. This summer was appointed Jens Møller Jensen to head a new investigation into the murder of teenage Emilie Meng.

She disappeared on July 10, 2016. The last sighting of her was done early in the morning, when she should have been at Korsør station. She was wanted for several months and was found to end dead in a lake.

Emilie Records of family is critical to the work of the police

Police have not managed to shed light on what happened to her, something that the family has been very critical of.

In may sent the letter to the minister of justice, mr Søren Pape Poulsen and in the summer met the government and the family. A concrete result of the meeting was that a new group was added, that would go through the entire material again.

Emilie Meng disappeared on 10 July 2016. The last sighting of her was done early in the morning, when she should have been at Korsør station. Photo: SCREENSHOT

This group started its work at the end of August.

Jens Møller Jensen would be the one who communicated with the family.

He sat in the thing and managed to have meetings with the family lawyer of your choice to Mai-Britt Storm Thygesen, but had to leave this mission also, then the book came out.

”The most important thing for family is that Emilie Records of killer is apprehended”

Charlotte Skovby, who is head of homicide in another polisområde takes over his duties and now starts the work on – with the new set.

” I had a started a good cooperation with Jens Møller Jensen, so, for practical reasons, this is sad. But I have spoken with Charlotte Skovby. Her I have got a good impression of, and we have also established a good cooperation, ” says Mai-Britt Storm Thygesen to BT.

the family Also is satisfied, said she.

– The most important thing for family is that the investigation be done so as intensively and skillfully as possible – and to Emilie Records of the murderers apprehended.

Neither Charlotte Skovby or Jens Møller Jensen wanted to comment on the matter in the Danish media.

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