A northern irish man has admitted parts of the allegations against him in the case, where the 39 vietnamese dead in a truck.
The northern irish man, who is charged with manslaughter in connection with the 39 vietnameseres death in a truck in October, has acknowledged to have contributed to illegal immigration and have acquired illegal material.
the Man, who is 25 years old, has so far not been asked to relate to the 41 other charges. Among these 39 cases of manslaughter.
Prosecutor William Emlyn Jones said at Monday's hearing in court in London, that the case of the 39 vietnamese migrants are likely to be extensive and complex.
The 25-year-old accused in the case was the driver of the truck, as the 39 people were found dead in.
He has acknowledged that he in the period from may last year to October this year, together with the other planned to smuggle migrants, in order to make money.
The vietnamese victims were 31 men and eight women. They were found 23. October in a truck refrigerated container in Grays in Essex, Jojobet not far from a port on the river Thames. They had died of cold and suffocation.
The 22. november was the 25-year-old arrested. Ten persons are arrested in connection with the case in Vietnam.
the Vietnamese prime minister, Nguyen Xuan Phuc, has previously kondoleret the families of the dead. At the same time, the vietnamese authorities stepped up the fight against human trafficking.
Nguyen Xuan Phuc has in a statement said that the deaths have caused "infinite pain" of the families and vietnamese people around the world.
There has not yet determined a date for the trial against the 25-year-old truck driver. The next hearing in the case is due to 13. december.
A second man from northern Ireland was also in court Monday. He is accused in the same case of having arranged the migrants ' journey with the purpose of exploitation of them, and to have broken the uk laws on migration.
A third nordirer is arrested in Ireland. He is also charged with 39 cases of homicide, human trafficking and violation of laws on migration. British authorities have requested to have him extradited from Ireland.
/ritzau/ReutersDate Of Update: 25 November 2019, 17:00