After a weekend of what police described as abnormally unprovoked violent incidents in Oslo, police and politicians had crisis meetings on Monday.
A total of eleven events occurred between night and Saturday and Sunday night, and a 17-year-old was beaten and robbed in the capital on Monday morning.
Justice Minister Jøran Kallmyr (Frp) describes this weekend's events as "completely unacceptable". Sam became a relative after a weekend of violence.
At night on Sunday, his uncle, a man in his 40s, was even attacked at Romsås in Oslo, VG wrote yesterday.
– I tried to protect myself
To Dagbladet, Kallmyra's uncle tells him that he doesn't remember much about the incident itself. Neither does he remember the explanation given by police after the incident, he says.
What he remembers was that he was supposed to ride one of the last subways from Romsås and last night through Saturday in central Oslo.
He says he arrived at the Romsås subway station at 00.30, the time he explained because the last subway was leaving at 00.47.
"What I do remember is I was lying down, holding my head and trying to protect myself from bumps and punches," he told Dagbladet.
The next picture he remembers is from an elevator at a subway station. He was found there by bystanders. One of them had known Kallmyr's uncle before.
“I sent him a message Sunday night asking if I was unconscious when they found me. He then answered that I was aware but very caring.
Several rib fractures
Eventually, police and an ambulance arrived. Kallmyr's uncle gave the police an explanation. And an hour.
– Obviously, I defended myself and managed to take an hour once. Then I told the police I heard some comments, but I remember very little from today, he says.
The next stop for him was Akershus University Hospital. The whole body was examined here. Police also came in to take photos and do an interrogation, he says.
– During the day, the hospital was a little worried because I didn't remember anything. They took CT off their heads, but there was nothing wrong with the pictures, so I had to go home that afternoon.
There are more rib fractures, more cuts to the head and face and more scratches, he says.
– A long dream
After the incident, it was overflowing with messages and phones, he says.
– The hardest thing is all the relatives are calling and they are desperate and angry. It really seems like a distant dream to me. If I didn't know it physically on my body, I almost wouldn't consider it true, says Kallmyr's uncle.
He says, in particular, talking to his parents was difficult.
– My parents over 80 are worried. They finally need a dream. It really provokes me more than what happened to me. It affects me more, he says.
But that's it now. What’s next, he doesn’t know.
– I'm almost a little apathetic. I don’t think it sank. Whether it's shock, memory loss or survival mechanism, I don't know, he says.
– What I'm afraid of is the sequel. First, I have rib fractures that will get worse. And then I wonder until it happens to me what happened. Then maybe your mind can start racing.
Because there is more than enough right now with rib fractures and pain.
– Are you afraid to go out alone after this?
– I do not know. I have a child, so I have to, but now there are others who look after him. But I never felt insecure. I was never scared. I am tall and powerful, and I have never had a reason to do so. I do not know what I will think and feel.
But he hopes no one else will meet the same people who attacked him Sunday night.
"I really hope they don't work together again." Whether they are fined or sent to an institution … This way they can't just keep flying. It is dangerous for both us and us. I almost feel sorry for them. They are both tragic and pathetic, he says.
Kallmyr's uncle also hopes that a weekend of violence will have consequences for all those responsible.
"If I'm going to lie here and fight it, maybe mentally, and there are no consequences …" he says, take a break.
– Something has to happen. It's embarrassing to think that they can be part of the environment in Romsås, that there are people you can hang out with. Romsås is such a good place to live and live, so it is a pity if one destroys so many people.
Four to six suspects
On Monday, police released their review of the unprovoked incidents in Oslo.
Six events took place downtown, three events took place in Majorstuen, and one event in Greenland, with the exception of the incident involving Kallmyr's uncle in Romsås.
Police told Dagbladet on Monday that they were looking for four to six unknown perpetrators from the Romsås incident and have not arrested anyone so far.
They also said they had obtained video material and were working to identify the perpetrator.
This is where the violence happened:
At night on Friday, a man in his late 20s sustained physical injuries inside a nightclub on Majorstuen. A man in his early 20s was arrested.
On Friday night, a man in his early 20s sustained physical injuries near Majorstuen. A boy under the age of 18 has the status of a suspect.
On Friday night, a man in his mid-30s physically injured four or five unknown perpetrators at the center and then robbed them. The examiner was questioned. No one has been arrested so far.
At night on Saturday, a man in his late 20s sustained physical injuries at the center of four unknown perpetrators. No one has been arrested so far.
On a Saturday night, a man in his late 20s sustained physical injuries at the center. He was arrested by a man in his late 20s. The man has been in prison for four weeks. In addition, there may have been another or two unknown perpetrators.
On a Saturday night, a man in his early 30s was exposed to bodily injury at the center. He arrested a man in his late 20s but was later released.
The night before Saturday, a woman in her early 20s underwent suspected robbery and bodily harm in Greenland. He was arrested by a man in his early 30s. The man is in custody.
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