Why is Inge Morelius aka Mårelius, the most important witness of the Palme murder, toned down?! Peter Klevius case would have been free from political bias and based on known information tied together in an intelligent way as follows:The only available photo of Christer Andersson, a suspect in the Swedish PM Olof Palme's murder .
The innocent "Skandiamannen" Stig Engström is 100% cleared by a stamping clock and three key witnesses of whom one, Henry Olofsson, saw Engström inside Skandiahuset just seconds before the murder, and two saw the murder. Of these two Inge Mårelius also saw the murderer waiting long before the murder took place outside Dekorima.
Swedish experts in offender profiles, Jan Olsson and Ulf Åsgård, and FBI offender profile expert James W. Clarke, as well as German experts all considered Christer Andersson the by far most likely murderer. He also fits the most important witness statements about a wide shouldered dark-haired ~185 cm man with a very special way of moving and who had no alibi, lived nearby, owned the right weapon, was depressed, and lost his assets due to a new law by Palme's government just days before. In 2008 when the police knocked on his door he shot himself.
According to Peter Klevius scenario, Christer Andersson happened to see Palme going to the cinema, decided to bring his pistol and then waited until the film ended. He then overheard the Palme couple deciding to walk home, i.e. following Sveavägen south. Several witnesses incl. Lisbeth Palme, reported about a mysterious man by the cinema. When the Palme couple decided to cross Sveavägen he went ahead and waited on the perfect place for an escape route, i.e. where Tunnelgatan crosses Sveavägen.
The murderer acted contrary to a professional assasin. He didn't care about covering his face - because he was suicidal and possibly even affected by drugs. Sadly we have no information about this except that he was very troubled. He steered at Lisbeth Palme and then calmly walked around the body to see that the victim was dead before trotting off in what several witnesses described as a peculiar way of moving.
The murderer didn't try to kill Lisbeth Palme because she was innocent in his eyes. His steering at her after the shots may be interpreted as underlining that it was Olof, not her, he blamed for his deed. A professional assasin wouldn't have wasted any second on her.
When he pulled Palme backwards with a hand on Palme's shoulder before the shot, then that - and possibly some words even before that - caused Lisbeth to appear as walking one step ahead just before Olof Palme fell down.
The reason the second bullet missed Olof Palme and slightly scraped the back of Lisbeth Palme was because the first bullet had gone through the spine in a way that caused Palme's body to immediately collapse downwards quicker than the murderer had expected..
Was Christer Andersson already on the brink of suicide when he saw Palme?
He acted alone and took the revolver back home to be used against himself if the police came. But they didn't and CA then checked the news that Palme was really dead.
CA was 33 years old compared to Skandiamannen who was well over 50, lived in a flat 15 minutes walking distance away. He was single and very reclusive - unlike Skandiamannen.
CA was a member of a gun club and owned a licensed Smith & Wesson caliber .357 Magnum, similar to the gun that killed Olof Palme.
CA's revolver was the only one among more than 400 not checked by th police. CA had simply ignored letters from the police and later said he had sold it to someone unknown person.
After th murder he was prepared to take his own life with the revolver if the police came. When nothing happened he later hid the gun somewhere because he couldn't trust any buyer. And he still had his shotgun which he used to kill himself when the police kncked on the door in 2008. Around that time there had been a lot of speculations about whether the police had found the gun. Ironically these police officers where sent by his brother who asked them to check him because he was worried about CA's mental state.
Peter Klevius offers this superb (compared to the officially presented one) analysis for free - while the Swedish authorities managed to make it a 34 year long unresolved and extremely costly nighmare ending in only one result, i-e- being the world's largest murder investigation.
And as usual, Peter Klevius avoids bias and combines facts in a way that can't be disputed. Just as in his theory on how the brain/"consciousness" works; how humans evolved: how race- and sex segregation violate Human Rights equality; and how Plato's state now has created Homo filius nullius - the intensely surveilled lonely soul embedded in artificial political "communities".
Peter Klevius wrote:
Thursday, June 11, 2020
The world's largest police investigation got a PC ending . and the least likely "suspect" posthumously libelled.
An innocent dead man with a watertight alibi is now declared to be former Swedish PM Palme's murderer.The late "Skandiamannen" Stig Engström is now accused by Swedish police and prosecuter for the murder of the Swedish PM 28 February 1986, 23:21.
Here's one witness, Lars Jeppsson, who clears him - do note that this police report is made less than two days after the murder:
Jeppsson describes a much younger man
Jeppsson was 15 m from the escaping murderer whom he only saw oblique from behind.
Jeppsson: The man was of age 35-40.
Peter Klevius: Engström was 53.
Jeppsson: Duvet down jacket (dunjacka).
Peter Klevius:Engström had a classic greatcoat.
Jeppsson: Nothing in his hands.
Peter Klevius: Engström carried a bag.
An other witness, Inge Mårelius, saw the muderer waiting some time for Palme to pass and then stepping behind him and shooting him in the back. The man was taller and much more athletic than Engström. And because Skandia's security guard said Engström left the building just seconds before the murder it can't have been him.
and here's his alibi:
According to the security guard in a police report Stig Engström talked with him for "a couple of minutes" before walking out to Sveavägen at "around 23:20". However, according to the prosecuter and police he labelled his stamping clock 23:19 before he came out to the lobby and security guard, which means the time must have been very close to 23:21 when he left the Skandia house. As Palme was murdered at that time, then Stig Engström's story is in exact accordance to verifiable facts. Then what happened after the murder everything, incl the police work, was a complete mess. So any alleged "inconsistencies" re. Stig Engström have no bearing whatsoever. Moreover, when Stig Engström briefly run after some police officers to tell them about the man (Jeppsson) he had seen, someone later mistakenly gave his signalament to an other police, which Stig Engström overheard and tried in vain to correct.
and here's what Peter Klevius wrote:
Sunday, February 23, 2020
The Swedish Palme case, which is the world's biggest murder investigation (together with Kennedy), is to be finished according to the police.
Peter Klevius (your IQ and Human Rights bedrock on a stormy and unreliable web): It seems that Christer - not Stig - murdered the Swedish PM Olof Palme. The question is: Which Christer?
One murder victim (Olof Palme) and three suspects (Stig "Skandiamannen" Engström, Christer Andersson, Christer Pettersson) - all dead by now. The left bullet pierced the Swedish PM Olof Palme's chest from behind. The right bullet scratched the back of his wife Lisbeth Palme. Christer Andersson (top middle) committed suicide 2008 when police knocked on his door. Christer Andersson lived nearby, had no alibi, and possessed a similar revolver as the murder weapon. However, it was never tested because he said he had sold it to someone he didn't know.
Christer Pettersson was raised in a wealthy Stockholm family and started stealing etc. early on. All of his adult life consisted of crimes, drugs, domestic and general violence. Before the Palme murder he was sentenced to psychiatric care after having pierced a man through his chest with a bayonet. He was known as a "torpedo" in Stockholm and used to imply that he had killed/murdered many - incl. Palme. Christer Pettersson was left-handed which fits the fact that one wtness saw the murderer placing his right hand on Olof Palmes shoulder while shooting.
Christer Pettersson was found guilty in the first trial - mainly because Lisbeth Palme said it was him. However, the appeals court dismissed her statement despite the fact that she and the murderer steered at each other for several seconds just a few meter apart.
Christer Pettersson was disliked as a suspect because the media wanted a far right assassin - preferably ordered by Russia or some other "hostile" states. However, in all other respect he was a true love child of most of the Swedish media.
Although the most popular conspiracy theories back then pointed to the "far right", none of them had any substance. However, had the murder happened today, Klevius wouldn't have excluded the possibility that it was aUS assassination. After all, Palme was pretty much a copy of Sanders and Corbyn - only much more aggressive against US around the world. Although CIA wanted to recruit the young Olof Palme, they certainly had a quite different view on him later on.
The other question being why so much interest has been focused on Stig "Skandiamannen"* Engström who was clearly innocent and looked completely different - and who had a watertight explanation for being at the murder place.
* English is a creolized old Nordic/Swedish dialect in which '-en' in the Swedish 'Skandiaman-(n)en' is marked with 'the'.
Sweden's minister for foreign affairs, Anna Lindh, was similarly murdered by a drug addict in Stockholm 2003.Mijailovic admitted that he had made up his defense line about hearing voices as a ploy to plead insanity and thereby escape a sentence in a normal prison. He had not planned the assassination but did it on impulse after seeing the foreign minister at the time outside the NK department store in Stockholm. He denied that it was motivated by Lindh’s statements over the NATO bombings of Serbia.
Peter Klevius wrote back then in what is now his webmuseum, i.e. not touched upon since:
Sweden's blurred psychiatric "care" commits murder and frees the murderer- the legal but unhappy marriage of psychoanalysis and the social state - by Peter Klevius