brussels - The Public Prosecution Service in Brussels demands twelve to forty months in prison against eight people who have given shelter to refugees. According to the prosecutor's office, they knowingly and knowingly helped people smugglers. They themselves say they only wanted to help people who had fled war zones.
The defendants belong to a group of men and women who have voluntarily offered a place to sleep. Two women also lent a mobile phone and a laptop to a certain Hassan E., who, according to the prosecutor's office, was involved in human trafficking, which made them complicit in it. Victimization is required for two suspects, for the other lighter sentences.