The Court in Leeuwarden announced Friday's imprisonment for 'blocking Frisiance'. They were condemned to block black heels on A7 last year at Sinterklaas. The Court in Leeuwarden announced Friday a prison sentence for blocking Blackbird Piet on A7 last year at Sinterklaas.
Among the convicts is Jenny Douwes, who has received the highest community service for 240 hours in his role of co-ordination and a one-month suspended sentence. The court considers it has been proven to have called for a blockade on the highway to stop the demonstrators against Black Piet, but not to have called for the use of force. Two people also received one month suspended jail because they stopped and stopped on the A6 buses. Some people loudly shared their dissatisfaction during the verdict.
Among the convicts is Jenny Douwes, who has received the highest community service for 240 hours in his role of co-ordination and a one-month suspended sentence. Photo: ANP
Attorney Tjalling van der Goot, who helps 33 out of 34, blocking Frisians, including Jenny Douwes, is disappointed by the ruling of the Leeuwarden court. It does not exclude the appeal.
Most of the time was imposed on Friday in the social service of 120 hours. Those who had a larger, coordinating role were punished by 180 to 200 hours. "Solid punishments for work," Van der Goot thinks, "My clients are relieved of preventing the demonstration, which is the center of gravity in this case before the public prosecutor's office, but I can not hear from the verdict."