The serial-killer anatomy of a Swedish scandal

The serial-killer anatomy of a Swedish scandal

It is probably Sweden's worst miscarriage of justice. On Monday, officials decided that Thomas Quick will continue to receive mental treatment but with less restrictions. The Local contributor David Lindén explains how a self-confessed serial killer went on to be cleared of all eight murders.

Swedish serial killer granted new trial

Swedish serial killer granted new trial

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Serial killer investigation ‘a scandal’

‘Bones’ in serial killer trial were wood and glue

‘Bones’ in serial killer trial were wood and glue

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Serial killer’s lawyer given all clear

Serial killer applies for second retrial

Serial killer applies for second retrial

Court orders retrial in new serial killer case

Court orders retrial in new serial killer case

Malmö shooter a suspect in two more murders

Malmö shooter a suspect in two more murders

Malmö shooter remanded again as charges mount

Malmö shooter remanded again as charges mount

Prosecutor drops serial killer case

Prosecutor drops serial killer case

Convicted serial killer applies for new retrials

Convicted serial killer applies for new retrials

New acquittal for convicted serial killer

New acquittal for convicted serial killer

Swedish ‘serial killer’ requests new retrial

Swedish ‘serial killer’ requests new retrial

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Victims’ families demand Quick investigation

Sweden seeks Norway’s help in Quick inquiry

Sweden seeks Norway’s help in Quick inquiry

Woman charged for ‘Dexter’-killing in Sweden

Woman charged for ‘Dexter’-killing in Sweden

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‘Serial murderer’ gets life for gay killing