A young Swede does not have to pay after a prevented deportation of an Afghan jail, but a fine equivalent to 290 Euro. She was sentenced on Monday for violating the Swedish law on aviation, as a spokeswoman of the district court of Gothenburg, the German press Agency said. Your defender Tomas Fridh announced immediately after the sentencing, to appeal.
The then-21-year-old Elin Ersson had on 23. July 2018 resided in Gothenburg, a passenger plane of Turkish Airlines, and the action via Live-shared Video on Facebook. By refusing, on the flight to Istanbul to take your place, she wanted to prevent the deportation of a young Afghan in his home. The man, however, was not on Board, but another Afghan, should be reported to the Serving of a prison sentence in his home country. The man and Ersson left the machine finally, on the instructions of the flight crew, the plane took off with a delay.
In the indictment, was accused Ersson, to have your action and not to the instructions of the staff. The court saw it as proven that you've made a punishable offence. As it was, but to no serious fact, is a fine an appropriate sentence. The public Prosecutor had demanded 14 days in prison.More about
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Ersson, to have their action committed an Offence. The Swedish media had said after the incident, in your country there is no death penalty. A deportation to a war the country could mean death. (dpa)