Here 20-year-old licks the weapon

A 20-year-old is suspected, through an ajar window, of having shot dead Ismail “Jordgubben” Abdo’s mother in Uppsala.
Now TV4 Nyheterna can show the images from the young man’s mobile phone.
Hours before the murder, he filmed himself posing, dancing and licking the gun.

Five people were indicted last week for their involvement in the killing, which was described as the start of an unprecedented wave of bloody violence.

The mother of gang leader Ismail Abdo, 33, was shot dead in her villa in Uppsala on the night between September 6 and 7 last year. The woman, who turned 58, herself had nothing to do with gang crime, but the motive was that her son had ended up in an internal conflict in the Foxtrot network.

The person charged on suspicion of holding the weapon and firing the fatal shot is a 20-year-old young man. According to the police investigation, he took the train to Uppsala two days before the murder and checked into an apartment hotel in the city.

He was then prepared, according to the suspects, for the upcoming act.

Among other things, he received an electric scooter that was to be used to get to and from the scene of the murder. Then two weapons were delivered to him.

Plays music and films itself for 20 seconds

The day after the shooting death of Ismail Abdo’s mother, the police were able to arrest the 20-year-old and a 15-year-old boy, who, according to the indictment, went along but did not hold the murder weapon, in the apartment hotel.

When the investigators went through their cellphones, several videos were secured.

In a roughly 20-second clip, which was taken hours before the murder and will now be used as evidence during the trial, the 20-year-old is seen posing with a gun with a silencer. With music playing in the background, he dances with the suspected murder weapon, licks it, lies down on a pillow and places it over his face.

In another film, 30 seconds long, he tests the gun by removing a cartridge.

The police also found the 15-year-old’s cell phone, according to the lawsuit. The boy arrived in Uppsala and met the 20-year-old during the evening of September 6, hours before the murder. Then two pistols were filmed, one of which had a silencer, along with magazines and ammunition.

All defendants deny any wrongdoing. The trial starts on February 26 and is expected to last until the end of March.