Woman says break-in was self-defence
A woman in Greenland, who broke into a hotel and stole liquor, will plead self-defense in court. She says it was cold outside and there was no other way in.
Jensine Berthelsen, a member of Greenland's local parliament, says breaking into the hotel was the only option she had. "It was cold and there was no other way to get in."
She broke into a hotel in the west coast town of Sisimiut, but was caught by the police. They gave her two options. She could either pay a fine or go to court.
She opted for the last, saying: "If I pay the fine it amounts to declaring myself guilty, and I don't think I am."
Hmm, how about that liquor she stole, was that self-defense too? I wonder what the judge will say...Posted in Crime & Law Health & Food by
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