Tore Sandberg

Tore Sandberg

in Asker, Norway
April 23, 1944


Tore Sandberg is a norwegian journalist, author and private investigator.

He has received several awards for his work as a PI and investigative journalist:
2005: Zola-prisen
2006: Amnesty-prisen, Kultur- og kirkedepartementets menneskerettighetspris, Olav Selvaags minnepris
2007: John I. Alvheims ærespris
2008: Sankt Hallvard-prisen

He has worked on several possible cases of wrongful convictions, with one of the most noteworthy being the case of Fritz Moen. Moen was partially paralysed and deaf with a severe speech impediment. He was convicted for the murder of two girls, and spent 18 years in prison. Sandberg's work helped clear his name, and this is regarded as the biggest justice scandal in Norway.

Sandberg's book "Overgrepet" is about the Moen

Average rating: 4.5 · 4 ratings · 1 review · 1 distinct work
Overgrepet: justismordene p...

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