Ziggo claims 1.6 million of vendor cracked top boxes

Nov

13

2016

Ziggo said Friday in court in Apeldoorn submitted a claim of 1,6 million euro against the man who sold between 2010 and 2013 hundreds of cracked top boxes Ziggo and UPC.

Although there are a total of five suspects in the case, the claim is only imposed on Hakan A. Apeldoorn, one of the main suspects. Which was not present at the session. The man remains in Turkey is not going to come to the Netherlands, even though the prosecutor says “see no reason to put him up again.” In 2013 he was lured to the Netherlands under false pretenses and put fixed, so writes the Stentor. Six other suspects were then also in the collar caught . The lawyer of one of the other suspects, Sonja H’ll just note that A. is taken to the Netherlands to be heard. H. to do according to her lawyer unrelated to the fraud.

Or the main suspect and possibly other defendants actually have to pay an amount of Ziggo and UPC, now the same company, and how much would that amount is not known. That will be determined by the court at the end of the case, but for now the matter is in accordance with the regional newspaper silent. The Prosecution must now Hakan A. hearing. the case against the suspects Apeldoorn will probably resume in six months.

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