The Belgian who has No Surrender-founder Klaas Otto in 2015 shoot, has appealed a lower sentence. The court of appeal in Antwerp has Joop M. (46) to five years in prison sentenced, reports the Gazet van Antwerpen on Friday. In the first instance was the car dealer from the boarder village of Poppel, a further eight years in prison.
Other than the court considers that it is court proven to Klaas Otto, the shooting itself has triggered by the car dealer to extort and threaten.
M. beschoot the then leader of the biker gang in march 2015. Otto was, according to M. money requirements after a failed deal on the sale of a vintage car. The founder of No Surrender was wounded in the neck, but survived.
During the Belgian lawsuit played pieces from the Dutch criminal proceedings against Otto a role. The former motorclubleider was last year by the court in Breda to six years in prison convicted of extortion and money laundering. This included also the extortion of the Belgian car dealer.
The appeal court in Den Bosch recently started to appeal in the case against Otto.
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