On Friday, the Leewarden court handed out the punishments for the "Parisian Chassidim." They were convicted of blocking Black Pete's opponents on the A7 around the Sinterklaas race last year. The court in Leeuwarden Friday divided the trial tasks to block opponents of Zwarte Pete on the A7 around the Sinterklaas race last year.
Among the prisoners is Jenny Dooz, who for her coordinated role received the highest community service of 240 hours and a suspended sentence of one month. The court believes that it has proved that he called for a closure on the road to arrest the protesters against Pete Zwarte, but not that they called for the use of force. Two people also received a month suspended sentence because they cut and arrested on the A6 buses. Some people loudly disagreed with their dissatisfaction during the verdict.
Among the prisoners is Jenny Dooz, who for her coordinated role received the highest community service of 240 hours and a suspended sentence of one month. Photo: ANP
Attorney Tjalling Van der Gott, assistant 33 of 34 blocking Frisians, including the figure of Jesse Doss, is disappointed with the court's ruling in Leeuwarden. He does not rule out an appeal.
The largest part was a community service of 120 hours. Those who had a big role and coordinator received sentences of 180 to 200 hours. "Serious work penalties," van der Gott believes, "my clients were acquitted of preventing a demonstration, the center of gravity in this case before the public prosecution service, but I can not hear it from the verdict."