The high Court has handed down judgment in a case, like the police along the way in the investigation named "Operation Snake".
It was two clearly disappointed men, who on Wednesday got their judgments in a case concerning a major hashnetværk.
The high Court has endorsed the Court of Naestved assessment of the case and punish Peter Herlov and Timm Enggaard Otto respectively eight and five years in prison for their roles in the network.
Second, after the presiding judge read the decision, there came a sigh and exchanged resigned glances from both the two men and their families.
- It was a pure affirmation, and it is a agree domsmandsret, that made the decision.
- We have agreed on all the points, we had to evaluate and we have found you guilty of the same extent as the district court. We have also believed that the sentence is correct.
the Men have played two different roles in the hashnetværket, and therefore, they have been two different sentences, says prosecutor Peter Messerschmidt.
- He has not had a higher yield, while the offender, who got eight years in prison, has received more financial out of it, tells the prosecutor.
In the district court was a third man also eight years in prison, but he chose to receive the judgment.
Narkoringen has less than one year organized, transported, concealed, received and stored 4,1 ton of hash, which came from Spain.
Narkoen was stored in the pallet in the trucks.
the Smuggling has been going on from december 2016 to september 2017. The majority of the hashen were stored in Rønnede in south Zealand, and something ended up in Hedensted near Vejle.
the Case is part of a larger narkosag, as the police have dubbed "Operation Snake". Several persons are already sentenced in sagskomplekset.
/ritzau/Updated Date: 27 November 2019, 14:01