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Tuesday, 12 October 2010

Wilders' court case: prosecution to make sentencing demands (Netherlands)

The public prosecution department will today begin going into details about its case against MP Geert Wilders on five charges of discrimination and inciting hatred.

Officials expect to take 8.5 hours to outline the case, which may be continued on Friday, Nos tv said. They will also state what punishment they feel the MP should be given. Each charge carries up to one year in jail.
Wilders has been charged with inciting hatred and discrimination against Moroccans, Muslims and non-western immigrants.

Experts say it is very unlikely the prosecution will demand the PVV party leader be sent to jail.
Bram Moszkowicz, Wilders’ lawyer, will outline the defence’s case on October 19 and 21.

Dutch News