He transported cocaine from Belgium to Germany, 6 years in prison for the Albanian, father of three children: I want to infiltrate as soon as possible

transported cocaine from Belgium to Germany, 6 years in prison for Albanians, father of three children, I want to enter as soon as possible
transported cocaine from Belgium to Germany, 6 years in prison for Albanians, father of three children, I want to enter as soon as possible

The regional court of Paderborn has sentenced a 6-year-old Albanian to 29 years in prison, as he had transported several kilograms of cocaine to Paderborn as a courier on behalf of a suspected drug gang. The 29-year-old was caught at the Belgian-German border in April, as a result of a long and extensive investigation by the German authorities. In the VË Golf there were more than 10 kilograms of cocaine, hidden in a cleverly prepared center console with an electric lock.

Paderborn investigators had apparently uncovered a complex network in which cocaine was trafficked on a large scale. The "things" were brought to Germany by couriers from Belgium, temporarily stored in Paderborn and Düsseldorf and from there delivered to customers, for example in Kassel, where the 29-year-old delivered 2.5 kilograms last September and received 90,000 euros in return, which took them to Paderborn, where the leader of the gang was said to be stationed.

Prosecutor Frank Stegen summed up in his charge that the defendant was in debt "to unpleasant people" and therefore became involved in working as a driver for those behind the illegal drug trade. For this, defense lawyer Dr. Klaus Kirchner did not want to mention the name of his client, because he was afraid for his wife and three children in Albania. "If you say anything about it, the family should expect sanctions." The 29-year-old wants to be deported to his country as soon as possible while serving his sentence.

According to ASSESSMENT of the court, this could be after three years in prison. Judge Schülke assessed the defendant as having acted in economic hardship, without a school diploma or vocational training, he had to support his family only with poorly paid unskilled jobs. For his travels as a courier, he received up to 450 euros per kilogram of cocaine.

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