Hell's Angels bikers get stiff sentences

25th February 2004, Comments 0 comments

25 February 2004 , MAINZ - Germany's biggest-ever trial against Hell's Angels biker club members ended Wednesday when a court slapped stiff prison sentences on 11 defendants. Prison terms of up to eight years on an array of drugs, procurement and assault charges capped the year-long trial before a court in Mainz. In all the defendants were found guilty of 99 charges. In a bid to expedite justice, the defence and prosecution agreed to drop charges of conspiring to create an organized crime syndicate.

25 February 2004

MAINZ - Germany's biggest-ever trial against Hell's Angels biker club members ended Wednesday when a court slapped stiff prison sentences on 11 defendants.

Prison terms of up to eight years on an array of drugs, procurement and assault charges capped the year-long trial before a court in Mainz.

In all the defendants were found guilty of 99 charges. In a bid to expedite justice, the defence and prosecution agreed to drop charges of conspiring to create an organized crime syndicate.

 

DPA
Subject: German news
 

 

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