A 41-year-old Bandidos-rocker could on Wednesday to leave The high Court in joy after the high Court had overturned a conviction of six months in prison by the Copenhagen city Court to dismiss the appeal.
It informs rockerens lawyer, Peter Secher.
the Case took its beginning in June 2016, where the rocker was arrested in a booth in Christiania's Pusher Street, and in the context of rocker charged with being part of the organised trade with the hash in the world-famous hashgade.
Although he refused to commit. To the police he explained that he had only stayed briefly at the stall to buy a joint. After the purchase had gone into the stall to find a lighter to turn on the hashcigaretten with.
The explanation bought the judge by grundlovsforhøret not, and the rocker was imprisoned in a few months time. In august of the same year, he got six months in prison by the Copenhagen city Court.
the Verdict was appealed on the spot. Due to legal technicalities around a medtiltalt was the appeal first settled yesterday, where the rocker, as mentioned, was acquitted.
- In the first place was rocker was arrested in connection with one of the police actions in Pusher Street. Cops in court explained that they kept the stall under observation for ten to 15 seconds before they struck. Here so the rocker stand inside the stall, tells Peter Secher on the matter.
- vice versa explain my client that he just stood back there to find no fire, tell the lawyer.
He says, further, that the officers who made the arrest, explained that no, there is not direct work in a hashbod, are allowed to stay back there.
- This view cast, however, is not consistent with what special police agents explained in the large Pusher Street-cases, among other things, the northern Lights-the case. Here, the agents have namely explained, that you can easily stand inside behind the counter in a hashbod, although not involved in the trade, says Peter Secher.
- the Same agents have explained that they are therefore never 'wrote' people the first time the person was seen inside a hashbod, adds Peter Secher.
My client is happy for the high court's decision. No people think it is fun to get in jail for something you have done, says the lawyer.