The court in Leeuwarden on Friday distributed work methods for "blocking the friezes". They were sentenced to block opponents of black paw on the A7 around the Sinterklaas competition last year. The court in Leeuwarden on Friday handed out assignments to block opponents of Zwarte Piet on the A7 round the Sinterklaas competition last year.
Among the judges is Jenny Douwes, who, due to his coordination role, received the highest social service of 240 hours and a conditional sentence of one month. The court finds it proved that it has demanded the blockade on the highway to stop protesters against the ant Piet, but not that they have requested violence. Two people also received a month of interrupted prison sentence because they had interrupted and stayed on the A6 buses. Some people shared high dissatisfaction during the judgment.
Among the judges is Jenny Douwes, who, due to his coordination role, received the highest social service of 240 hours and a conditional sentence of one month. Photo: ANP
Attorney Tjalling van der Goot, who helps 33 of the 34 "blocking friezes", including the figure Jenny Douwes, is disappointed with the court in Leeuwarden. He does not exclude appeal.
The largest part was introduced on Friday for a 120-hour community service. Those who had a greater coordination role received sentences from 180 to 200 hours. "Ordinary workforce," said Van der Goot, "My clients have been free from preventing a demonstration, the center of gravity in this case before the prosecutor's office, but I can not hear this from the verdict."