A 67-year old man is on trial in Lund for a murder that was committed 24-years ago. The prosecution is almost exclusively relying on technical evidence, in particular on a bloody hand-print belonging to the 67-year old, which was found on a phone junction box the crime scene.
But the defendant denies ever having met the 79-year old victim or having been in his flat, never mind murdering him. The man's lawyers question whether the hand-print really is the defendant's. The phone junction box is no longer around, only pictures of it and other traces that were found on the crime scene.