3.5 years in prison for human trafficking perpetrator in Baekelandplein case

The Hungarian prime suspect of the Beakelandplein case in Eindhoven was sentenced to a prison sentence of 3.5 years last Thursday by the Court in Den Bosch.

4.5 years was demanded by the Justice department.
He put a Hungarian woman under pressure to work as a prostitute on the Baekelandplein, while he maintained a relationship with her. She was forced to work 15 hours a day.
The Court in Den Bosch, sentenced the 20-year-old nephew of the prime suspect and another 20 year old man to twelve months and three months respectively. The demand of Justice department for these men was 1.5 and 2 years.

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