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The case of the Tamil Tigers comes before the Federal court

With the question of whether the Tamil Tigers are a criminal organization that must be dealt with by the Federal court. The Federal Prosecutor has against the judgment of the Federal criminal court filed last June a complaint.

A spokesman for the Federal Prosecutor's office confirmed on Saturday a message to the Newspapers of CH Media. To the creation of the next turn, the Federal government made legal profession.

The Federal criminal court assessed the case in June 2018 in the first instance; 13 of the accused were standing in front of the barriers. The court in Bellinzona came to the conclusion that the Tamil Tigers were not seen as a criminal organization, and language to free all of the defendants in this point.

The U.S. attorney's office had represented according to a nine-year investigation, the accused had been involved in a criminal Organisation, or that they would have supported this.

Five of the accused were from the Federal criminal court he was however sentenced to conditional imprisonment, because of commercial fraud, and in two cases, because of falsification of documents.

An Appeal to Lausanne has decided, according to the newspaper report, the Zurich-based lawyer Marcel Bosonnet, the defender of a conditional sentence of the convicted leader of the World Tamil Coordinating Committee (WTCC). Bosonnet therefore calls for an acquittal in the secondary points of the judgment. (anf/sda)

Created: 20.04.2019, 10:40 PM

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