Published On: Thu, Sep 26th, 2013

Prosecutor demands 18 months for makers of menacing YouTube video

Court houseWILLEMSTAD - Eighteen months in prison of which six are conditional, and three years probation. This is what the Public Prosecutor demanded during the trial of the makers of the menacing YouTube video, which was posted on the internet shortly after the murder of the late political leader and a member of Parliament, Helmin Wiels.

The defense lawyer, Alicia Blonk, requested immediate acquittal for her clients. According to her, there was no threat or terrorist act committed with the video.

On the video, a man says that the murder of Wiels is only the beginning of a series of murders in the run-up to May 30 of 2013, the day on which the great rebellion of Shell employees took place in 1969.

The person in the video, who was made ​​unrecognizable by all means, says that more blood will flow. The video, which was shared on Facebook, led to different reactions throughout the community.

The court will rule in two weeks.

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