Victor Muller, Jan Åke Jonsson en Kristina Geers vrijgespoken inzake de aanklacht van economische delicten.http://www.aftonbladet.se/nyheter/a/wo7 ... arna-frias
vertaling naar het Engels:
"Saab went into bankruptcy five years ago, and the large shareholder Victor Muller, ceo Jan Åke Jonsson and General Counsel Kristina Geers has stood accused of serious financial crime.
Lengthy trials have been ongoing for several weeks in the District Court of Vänersborg. On Friday 2 p.m. came the judgment. All seven suspected economic criminals and acquitted on all charges.
"The District Court does not believe that the way in which the Victor We receive compensation from Saab and a contract with a distributor for the Ukrainian market reported in Saab's posting meant that Saab's accounting obligations infringed. Nor have the District Court found that the statements in the media which occurred mainly from Victor We have been liable to influence the assessment of Saab in economic terms, taking into account the context in which they occurred, where the emphasis in the media's reporting remained at Saab's major economic problems,"
reads the message on the District Court's website.Blow to the prosecution
The former Chief lawyer Kristina Geer's lawyer says he is not surprised by the verdict.
"We have been very upset that this has gone so far as to prosecution. It's all understood which followed the trial. The ruling is a serious blow to the prosecution then all will be acquitted on all counts", says Per e. Samuelsson told the newspaper TTELA.
Jan Åke Jonsson's lawyer does not seem particularly surprised either. He also doubt that the prosecution will appeal the verdict. "Everything in the process suggested that they would be acquitted. But it is unfortunate that the trial would take that long. It has affected the defendants ' families", says lawyer Bengt h. Nilsson.The prosecution should think twice before it appeals
he also thinks that the prosecution should think twice before the appeals ruling.
"They have three weeks to appeal the verdict. But my analysis is that the Prosecutor is not going to take it any further, he should probably think twice before he appeals", says Bengt h. Nilsson.
Chief Prosecutor Olof Sahlgren Aftonbladet is being asked for comment.