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PostPosted: Tue Apr 24, 2018 8:16 am    Post subject: Privacy laws protect identity of rich powerful criminals Reply with quote

Travesty of justice: new German privacy laws allow those on trial for serious crimes to remain anonymous unless convicted.
Germany to try man suspected of kidnapping ex-oil exec
https://nydn.us/2H5Rji5

Germany to try man suspected of kidnapping ex-oil exec
http://www.nydailynews.com/newswires/news/business/germany-man-suspect ed-kidnapping-ex-oil-exec-article-1.3936339

THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Monday, April 16, 2018, 6:55 AM

BERLIN (AP) A German court says a Vietnamese man charged with being involved in kidnapping a former Vietnamese oil executive in Berlin will go on trial next week.

The Berlin state court said Monday the trial of the 47-year-old, identified only as Long N.H. because of German privacy rules, will open April 24. He's charged with espionage and as an accessory to deprivation of liberty.

German authorities say executive Trinh Xuan Thanh and a woman accompanying him were snatched off the street, bundled into a van and taken to Vietnam in July. Vietnam claims Thanh, who had applied for asylum in Germany, returned voluntarily.

Thanh, the former chairman of PetroVietnam's construction arm, was given two life sentences earlier this year for embezzlement.

The suspect is accused of providing logistical help in the kidnapping.

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