High court looks with strict eyes on the boy's violence at the City-demo

From having to serve two months in prison to 17-year-old now serving ten to throw at the police during the demonstration. In august to slap a 17-year-old boy

High court looks with strict eyes on the boy's violence at the City-demo

From having to serve two months in prison to 17-year-old now serving ten to throw at the police during the demonstration.

In august to slap a 17-year-old boy with having to serve two months of a prison sentence, after he, in april, threw several objects at police during a demonstration.

But The high Court finds that the judgment was too mild and has therefore tightened up the penalty significantly. The high court's judgment reads in ten months ' unconditional imprisonment.

the Violence took place back in april in connection with a demonstration on Blågårds Plads, as a politician Rasmus Paludan from the party firm was behind it.

Paludan is known for, among other things to throw with the quran during demonstrations, and there also occurred the burning of the muslims holy book in the context of his arrangements.

It has aroused the ire of, among others, in muslim immigrant communities. And in the spring there were several disturbances in connection with Paludan-demonstrations. It led to the City several times were forbidden to demonstrate.

the Boy, who is now convicted, have an immigrant background.

As the Copenhagen city Court in august handed down its judgment in the case, said the sentence of six months in prison. The four months was made conditional, it will say that the starting point should not be served.

In The high Court is the result significantly different.

the Punishment of 10 months of unconditional imprisonment means that the possibility to be able to serve in the home with fodlænke, fordufter. Namely, it can only be done when the punishment is six months or less.

A row of men and boys is in advance doomed to have thrown objects at police at the demonstration. The highest penalties so far sounds on a one-year unconditional prison.

/ritzau/

Updated Date: 10 December 2019, 13:01

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