the case is one of the most important american courts have dealt with the in terms of number of defendants. Of the 119 people, most of them young adults, are suspected of serious economic crime and the risk of a prison sentence. Among the defendants are those of the criminal networks, but also a lot in the past to go unpunished.
A man in his mid-30s residing in Stockholm, sweden is singled out as the mastermind behind the systematic bedrägeriupplägg in which a large number of the people allowed themselves to get rid of the id cut, against the promise of reimbursement. Id-the cut was great loans, it could be put in their name. The money did then was, among other things, on line casinos of the French Riviera, according to the indictment. With close to 50 million are suspected to have svindlats in the skein.
the Stockholm district court säkerhetssal, due to the large number of defendants and the agent, completed in the early part of October of last year, for a total of more than 60 days in the court room.
the prosecution has called for eight-year prison sentence for the operator. For those who are singled out by recruiters, who as a prosecutor has helped to pull in more of the borrowers in the skein, claims the prosecutor, in two to four years in prison. When it comes to a lot of people who are singled out as the borrower's claim was in jail about a year for most and some probation.
the major claims of the defendants. For several, it is about the amount of several hundred thousand crowns, and, in some cases, of millions of dollars.
According to the district court's plan, the judgment 14. But with so many of the defendants has been a challenge for The courts service to deal with. On Thursday, reported the Swedish television SVT's News Uppsala, sweden, it was not clear if the decision would be announced at the time due to a technical failure.
there is a Risk that the it system is not capable of joining the 1,000-page text of the judgment in three parts, as judgment, death, and the attachments with a lawsuit, then the judge should be able to sign up to it.
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