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Ex-Constable conceded-related penalty for intervention in Syria

The former Sergeant Johan Cosar, has been punished for its use in the case of a Christian militia in Syria with a contingent fine of 90 daily rates. The charge

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Ex-Constable conceded-related penalty for intervention in Syria

The former Sergeant Johan Cosar, has been punished for its use in the case of a Christian militia in Syria with a contingent fine of 90 daily rates. The charge of recruiting for a foreign army, the military court acquitted him in Bellinzona.

His co-accused Cousin, was spoken in these points, and of all the charges. Cosar was born in St. Gallen and grew up in Locarno. His parents are of Assyrian descent, and thus Christians. To inform the Arab spring of 2011 travelled Cosar to Syria, where the Situation of his family.

at the end of 2012, the ISIS was getting closer and closer to the Christian villages in the North of Syria. Together with other persons formed Cosar, therefore, the Christian militia of the Syriac Military Council (SMC) in the state from 2013 to 2015. This happened without the authorisation of the Federal Council, which would have been for a legal battle of use of Swiss soldiers abroad is necessary.

(oli/sda)

Created: 22.02.2019, 13:55 PM

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