Nobels testamente

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Year:
2012
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We're here in icy Stockholm

to celebrate

the Nobel Prize giving at

the Stockholm City Hall

The King of Sweden will present the award.

This gala is held on

the day

on which the founder of the prize

Alfred Nobel died in 1896.

Annika Bengtzon.

I've sent a final text,

and the royal family have left already.

Do you need more?

The photographer has already left.

They're dancing.

Bertil gas already slipped away.

Very well.

Who is that woman in the green dress?

Pharma Corp. marketing manager.

You notice she doesnt dance.

No.

We dance?

- No thanks.

I'm not a great dancer, but I can tell

the researcher about celebrities.

If you're not worried about your toes.

Why not.

Five shots at the Nobel Gala.

Not known how many dead.

Patrick! Call Bengtzonille.

- He does not answer.

The troops are on the way to the city hall,

all roads will be closed.

What about the photographer?

- Went home.

Hell. Call for amateur photographers.

The news is on all channels.

Come on, Patrick.

Need to find witnesses.

Where is the royal couple?

Who was shot?

- Security Guard.

Move.

Let me through.

An Israeli scientist and winner of the

Nobel Prize, Aaron Wiesel, has been wounded.

Sorry.

- Can I use your phone?

The mobile phone network has crashed.

What is your name?

What?

- The Police. Did you see anything?

I dont know... Annika Bengtzon

City Press. What happened?

Did you notice anything?

- I don't think so.

A woman in a gold dress bumped

into me whilst I was dancing.

The hall was crowded.

- A woman in a gold dress.

OK Follow me.

No way, I've got a story to write.

- You will come with me now.

...a search for the

murderer is in operation.

All Stockholm's roads will be closed.

a state of emergency has been raised. An

unknown assailant opened fire at 2300 hours.

The victim was shot at least twice.

VICTIMS - PERSONALITY

Of course, I'm here.

I need to question you further.

Close the door.

Let's get this over with.

I have a deadline to meet.

I tried to call. How much do you know?

She can't talk now.

- She'll call you back.

Annika Bengtzonin interrogation

Thursday 10 December at...

You were the Golden Hall at 22:45.

Is that true?

Yes or no?

Yes.

Is it true that you saw the suspect?

I'm not sure.

- Tell me what happened.

I was dancing and I

bumped into this woman.

Then the couple fell.

- Describe the woman.

Who is she?

- Annika...

I'm trying to perform my job.

They're waiting for my copy.

My God, do you have any idea!

Two people were shot right

where you stood.

Tell exactly what you saw right now, -

I was dancing.

- With who?

I don't know. We'd only just met.

There were a lot of people.

I was dancing and a woman

bumped into me.

Describe her

Tell me about her clothes.

The dress had straps.

She had a hand bag.

Her hand was inside it.

Her eyes.

She looked at me.

Her eyes were yellow.

Completely golden.

Golden yellow?

- Yes.

Did you hear anything?

Only murmurings.

Murmurings.

- Suppressed voices.

Pops.

I turned around.

On the floor lay a woman.

She looked at me.

She tried to say something.

It was strange.

Then I noticed blood spreading across

the floor.

Then...

a woman was killed.

Anything else?

- No.

All right.

Who was the woman?

Put them away.

- You can not identify the victims.

- Who was with Wiesel?

- Caroline von Behring.

Karolinska Institute,

The Nobel committee chairman.

What about Wiesel?

- Still in the operating theatre.

What facts are known?

The killer was a woman wearing

a gold dress..

Were any threats made?

- The winners always get threatened.

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