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ABCNeyheter / Nothing criminal behind the deaths of three Eritrean women at Romsås

Posted by: Semere Asmelash

Date: Friday, 05 January 2018

Nothing criminal behind the deaths of three women at Romsås

The three women found dead at Romsås in Oslo this fall probably died of self-relegation, the police cited.
NTB
Jan. 4, 2018
<div> FUNNED DEATH: Nadia Abdulaziz Adem Ali, Mebrak Solomon and Leah Rebiba Woldemariam (left to right) were found dead in an apartment at Romsås in October.  These pictures were presented during a memorial period.  The picture of Mebrak's mother is taken when she was young. </ P>
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Inline imageFUNNED DEATH: Nadia Abdulaziz Adem Ali, Mebrak Solomon and Leah Rebiba Woldemariam (left to right) were found dead in an apartment at Romsås in October.These pictures were presented during a memorial period. The picture of Mebrak's mother was taken when she was young.
PHOTO: HALLGEIR VÅGENES , VG

Mother in the 60s, while daughters were in the 20s and 30s have probably died in their apartment on Romsås since late summer. Photo: Mariam Butt / NTB scanpix
The three women found dead at Romsås in Oslo this fall probably died of self-relegation, the police cited.

There is no proven cause of death, but circumstances and autopsy findings indicate that the deaths have occurred in the absence of food for a long time, the police said in a press release Wednesday.
The reason they have not received enough nutrition, according to the police, is likely that they themselves chose to starve to death.
"This is probably self-chosen, based on being isolated and not having contact with others for a long time," says police officer Kjetil Moen at the violence section in Oslo to NTB.
- It again shows that there is some psychiatry in the picture. More than that, we will be careful about speaking about now, he says.
He is aware that no findings have been made indicating that the three women were subjected to a criminal offense. The three were found dead in an apartment on Romsås on October 12, and the police have set the date of death to September 11 - although they consider it unlikely that all three died at the same time.

No contact with the family

The three, a 69-year-old Eritrean mother and her older daughters aged 28 and 35, should, according to neighbors, family and friends, have been isolated from the outside world for a long time before they were found dead.
The mother and the oldest daughter came from Eritrea to Norway as refugees in the 1980s, while the youngest daughter was Norwegian-Eritrean.
The two daughters each had their father - one resident in Norway and one resident in Italy. The police have been in contact with both, and both said they had not been in contact with either the daughters or the mother for a while.
-The two fathers are also notified now in advance of the cause of death. Without going into details of what they have told us, we can say that no one has been in contact with them in a near time before they died, "said Moen.

Continuing investigation

The police state that they will continue their investigation of the case until all relevant information has been obtained and processed.
The police have previously stated that they have, inter alia, examined public records to see if women had received follow-up from the public sector, as well as investigated their history otherwise. Moen has previously confirmed that none of the three were at school or work when they died.
-This is not done yet. It takes some time to get confidential information. We have not removed the case and will continue to collect information until we get everything that can be found, "says Moen.
The three women were buried on October 30 last year.
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