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Offline John

Introduction to the case of Annie Kristina Börjesson
« on: March 11, 2012, 09:33:50 PM »
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Annie Kristina Börjesson  1975 - 2005


Annie Börjesson was found dead on the shore close to Prestwick Airport, Scotland, on 4 December 2005. Following an autopsy in Sweden it was established that Annie had drowned in fresh water.

Annie had been working in Edinburgh and was on her way home to Sweden for a short holiday.  We know that she intended to return as she paid the advance rent on her accommodation before leaving Edinburgh.

In her luggage she had her Swedish passport and two library books which she intended to return to a library in Sweden. Annie also had an appointment with her hairdresser in Sweden on the 5 December.


Annie's Official website

bebo page
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Offline John

Re: Introduction to the case of Annie Kristina Börjesson
« Reply #1 on: March 11, 2012, 10:25:11 PM »
 


The last sightings of Annie were made on the 3 December 2005 when she was observed on CCTV at Prestwick Airport, then walking in Prestwick town with the last sighting being seen speaking with two men on the shore.Annie was a very beautiful 30 year-old woman. She was healthy and wellbuilt and also a very good swimmer, she never used any drugs and was very careful with alcohol. As a person she was very happy, lively and friendly. Annie was also a very good singer and liked to perform in front of an audience. She spoke English, French, Finish and Hungarian very well. During the autumn of 2004 Annie studied English in Cambridge, returned to Sweden before travelling to work in Edinburgh in February 2005. Annie went to Scotland of her own free will, she loved Scotland and its people very much.

Strathclyde Police told the family that Annie had committed suicide and that there were no suspicious circumstances surrounding her death. Her mother Guje and others travelled to Scotland and after making enquiries found that the information supplied by the police did not match that recovered during their own investigation which pointed to murder. The more they looked the more questions were not being answered.

Annie had no financial problems. A few days before her murder she had a successful job interview, had a vaccination, paid the rent for a whole month in advance, bought a leisure card, went swimming and attended a Rugby International between Scotland and New Zealand. At this time however her family did become concerned that Annie was under some form of threat but she told her mother that it was something she would have to deal with herself.

Two weeks after Annie's death her body was returned to Sweden. Surprisingly 60 to 80 centimetres of Annie's hair was missing, the family also claim that other forms of desecration of her body have not been satisfactorily explained. They are also concerned at inconsistencies in the post mortem results. Items of Annie's property including a filofax have never been recovered and it is claimed important witnesses have not been interviewed.

Annie's family and friends are all convinced that she was the victim of a crime and want her death properly investigated. Annie's mother Guje has the final word.

"We need to get the truth, so we can let Annie go to rest in the arms of the land she loved. In her grave I have placed a thistle from the concerned and caring people of Scotland."
A malicious prosecution for a crime which never existed. John Lamberton exposes malfeasance by public officials.
Check out my website >   http://johnlamberton.webs.com/index.htm?no_redirect=true     The truth never changes with the passage of time.

Offline John

Re: Introduction to the case of Annie Kristina Börjesson
« Reply #2 on: March 11, 2012, 10:27:43 PM »
The Crown Office offer untenable explanations over Annie Borjesson death - still withholding evidence & Fatal Accident Investigation (FAI)


Monday, October 22, 2007
Crown Office offer untenable explanations over Annie Borjesson death - still withholding evidence & FAI

The Crown Office, who can always be depended upon to lie through their teeth when caught out in an investigation, have offered up the poorest explanation of anomalies to the family of Annie Borjesson, who died at Prestwick in December 2005.

When the body of the young Swedish woman was returned to her family, Guje Borjesson questioned why her daughters hair had been hacked off, only to be now told it was the undertakers who did it, allegedly to present the body in better circumstances.

The death of Annie Borjesson, which has not yet received a Fatal Accident Inquiry, despite a complete lack of explanation for the death, raises many questions of why the Crown Office have been covering up what seem to be a catalogue of failures on their part, and of the Police investigation into the death, which has seen little or no accountability of events.

The family of Annie Borjesson await a proper inquiry & investigation into their daughters death and release of all the evidence in the case, along with CCTV footage, still under possession of the Crown.


http://scottishlaw.blogspot.com/2007/10/crown-office-offer-untenable.html
A malicious prosecution for a crime which never existed. John Lamberton exposes malfeasance by public officials.
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Online Angelo222

Re: Introduction to the case of Annie Kristina Börjesson
« Reply #3 on: March 11, 2012, 10:29:11 PM »
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Annie Kristina Börjesson  1975 - 2005


Annie Börjesson was found dead on the shore close to Prestwick Airport, Scotland, on 4 December 2005. Following an autopsy in Sweden it was established that Annie had drowned in fresh water.

Annie had been working in Edinburgh and was on her way home to Sweden for a short holiday.  We know that she intended to return as she paid the advance rent on her accommodation before leaving Edinburgh.

In her luggage she had her Swedish passport and two library books which she intended to return to a library in Sweden. Annie also had an appointment with her hairdresser in Sweden on the 5 December.


Annie's Official website

bebo page


There have been a considerable number of foreign nationals murdered in Scotland over the last ten years or so.  There was an American woman bludgeoned to death in a forest if i remember correctly and a young Irish student chased to his death in Edinburgh when he jumped over a wall in the darkness in order to escape a mob only to fall 40ft on the other side onto a dual carriageway.  There is nothing more dreadful for a parent than for them to lose a child in such a manner.

I have every sympathy for the Borgesson family to have lost their daughter in such a way and then to find that the Scottish authorities are refusing to investigate her death as suspicious.  Didn't they have the Silent Walk vigil in Edinburgh a few years back and more recently a petition to the Scottish parliament.

What happened there?
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Offline Admin

Re: Introduction to the case of Annie Kristina Börjesson
« Reply #4 on: March 11, 2012, 10:31:39 PM »
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Quote from: admin board=annie thread=170 post=1510 time=1320028437
A Search for Justice



Annie Kristina Börjesson  1975 - 2005


Annie Börjesson was found dead on the shore close to Prestwick Airport, Scotland, on 4 December 2005. Following an autopsy in Sweden it was established that Annie had drowned in fresh water.

Annie had been working in Edinburgh and was on her way home to Sweden for a short holiday.  We know that she intended to return as she paid the advance rent on her accommodation before leaving Edinburgh.

In her luggage she had her Swedish passport and two library books which she intended to return to a library in Sweden. Annie also had an appointment with her hairdresser in Sweden on the 5 December.


Annie's Official website

bebo page


There have been a considerable number of foreign nationals murdered in Scotland over the last ten years or so.  There was an American woman bludgeoned to death in a forest if i remember correctly and a young Irish student chased to his death in Edinburgh when he jumped over a wall in the darkness in order to escape a mob only to fall 40ft on the other side onto a dual carriageway.  There is nothing more dreadful for a parent than for them to lose a child in such a manner.

I have every sympathy for the Borgesson family to have lost their daughter in such a way and then to find that the Scottish authorities are refusing to investigate her death as suspicious.  Didn't they have the Silent Walk vigil in Edinburgh a few years back and more recently a petition to the Scottish parliament.

What happened there?


Annie's mother and best friend, Guje Borgesson and Maria Jansson, organised the Silent Walk for Justice in Edinburgh on 4 December each year.  The last one took place on 4 December 2009.  Both Guje and Maria have had health issues since then and have not been able to continue.

The Petition had 3037 signatories and was submitted to the Scottish Parliament on 4 June 2010 but there has never been an appropriate response by the Petitions Committee.  Just another case of sweeping under the carpet!

Petition

Offline Claudia

Re: Introduction to the case of Annie Kristina Börjesson
« Reply #5 on: March 15, 2012, 02:27:36 PM »
I have been reading up on this story about Annie and it seems to me that there are too many foreign students and visitors to this country being murdererd on our shores.  I can recall several instances where Polish girls have been murdered in various parts of the country recently.  Annies case is like others which have yet to be solved but it is worrying to read that the Scottish police dont even consider it a murder. 

Offline Admin

Re: Introduction to the case of Annie Kristina Börjesson
« Reply #6 on: March 15, 2012, 02:40:21 PM »
I have been reading up on this story about Annie and it seems to me that there are too many foreign students and visitors to this country being murdererd on our shores.  I can recall several instances where Polish girls have been murdered in various parts of the country recently.  Annies case is like others which have yet to be solved but it is worrying to read that the Scottish police dont even consider it a murder.

Did you read the part where the Swedish pathologist found only fresh water microbes in Annies body yet she was supposed to have drowned in the Irish Sea?    It is all a bit of a mystery we agree.

Why would anyone go to the bother of paying advance rent on their apartment and gather up library books to take home in addition to making an appointment with a  hairdressing salon in Sweden if they were about to commit suicide?

Offline Joanne

Re: Introduction to the case of Annie Kristina Börjesson
« Reply #7 on: June 13, 2012, 11:12:57 AM »
Anna is a very stunningly beautiful lady, I'm going to read some information on her and get to know the case.

Offline Outlook

Re: Introduction to the case of Annie Kristina Börjesson
« Reply #8 on: March 19, 2013, 08:18:21 PM »
A very sad case.

I hate to speculate but are you aware that Peter Tobin was in the area between mid 2004 to late 2006?

Wikipedia article attached:  http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Peter_Tobin a very violent and sadistic killer.

I  notice that she apparently drowned in Fresh water but was found in the sea.  There is a lake on the golf course immediately to the south of where she was found.


quote from Wiki: 
Rape of juveniles On 4 August 1993, Tobin attacked two 14-year old girls at his flat in Leigh Park, Havant, after they called to visit a neighbour, who was not in.[9] They called at Tobin's flat and asked if they could wait there. After holding them at knifepoint and forcing them to drink strong cider and vodka, Tobin sexually assaulted and raped them and stabbed one of them whilst his younger son was present.[5] He then turned on the gas taps and left them for dead but they both survived the attack. To avoid arrest, Tobin went on the run and hid with the Jesus Fellowship, a religious sect, in Coventry, under a false name. He was later captured in Brighton, after his blue Austin Metro car was found there.[10]

On 18 May 1994, at Winchester Crown Court, Tobin entered a plea of guilty and received a 14-year prison sentence. In 2004, the 58-year-old Tobin was released from prison and moved back to Paisley.

Angelika Kluk murder in September 2006, Tobin was working as a church handyman at St. Patrick's Roman Catholic Church in Anderston, Glasgow. He had assumed the name "Pat McLaughlin" to avoid detection, as he was still on the Violent and Sex Offender Register following his 1994 convictions for rape and assault. An arrest warrant had been issued for him in November 2005 after he moved from Paisley without notifying the police, but he was not discovered until he became a suspect in a murder case at the church. In May 2007, he received a further 30-month sentence for breaching the terms of the register.


Offline Outlook

Re: Introduction to the case of Annie Kristina Börjesson
« Reply #9 on: March 19, 2013, 08:22:39 PM »
I have been reading up on this story about Annie and it seems to me that there are too many foreign students and visitors to this country being murdererd on our shores.  I can recall several instances where Polish girls have been murdered in various parts of the country recently.  Annies case is like others which have yet to be solved but it is worrying to read that the Scottish police dont even consider it a murder.

Angelika Kluk in this same area.

Oh it is a problem lots of immigants, students and workers both legal and illegal face.