How a small Swedish town ended up at the centre of a sect murder

The case in brief

In January 2004, a man was found shot in Knutby, a town of a few hundred residents north of Uppsala, before a young woman (his neighbour and employee) was found murdered in her bed just hours later.

The murdered woman’s husband was a pastor in the local pentecostal church, and the day after the murder, his former nanny confessed to the killing.

In May 2019, new charges were brought against three former members of the congregation, unrelated to the…
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