Court of Appeals also sentences ‘Monster’ Kuwas to lifelong
WILLEMSTAD - The Court of Appeals has ruled in the case Magnus (murder of politician Helmin Wiels in the month of May 2013) this Friday. In this case, the Attorney-General, on behalf of the prosecution on January 29, 2015, just as in the Court of First Instance on 29 August 2014, has demanded 18 months, 8 years and life in prison for the men C. 'Kalo' P., D. 'Panchek D. and E. 'Monster' K respectively in the case Magnus.
The Court came to the following conclusion: K. receives again a lifelong prison sentence, P.’s original sentence of 18 months remains, D.’s punishment remains 8 years. In all sentences, the judge took over the decision of the Court of First Instance almost entirely.
A further appeal in The Hague in all three statements is possible for the accused and the Public Prosecutor (OM).