Former bosses of the Pruszków gang Andrew Z. "Słowik" and Zygmunt R. "Bolo" were today acquitted by the district court of Warsaw in the so-called second trial of the Pruszkow gang. Marcin B. "Bryndziak", the leader of the new 'young Pruszkow' will spend eight years behind bars.
After six years, the court has acquitted a third of the nearly 40 accused, and the others were sentenced to sentences ranging from one to eight years in prison. Janusz P. "Parasol'' (Umbrella) one of the most important people in Pruszkow, will spend just 1.5 years in prison.
It's not that the defense won, it's that the prosecution lost
- The analysis of the evidence provided dealt a decisive defeat for the prosecution - said the Warsaw district court in support of Wednesday's judgment of the Pruszkow gang.
- Among the more than 170 complaints over half ended in acquittal, acquittal, moreover, even the most serious allegations related to such things as attacks with weapons - said judge Beata Najjar. She added that such a decision of the court - often beneficial to the accused - is not based on the evidence presented by the defense, but rather from the materials or lack of, submitted by the prosecution.
It lost the prosecution , not the defense win - said the court issuing the judgment . Andrzej Z. " The Nightingale " and Zygmunt R. " Bolo " were today acquitted by the Warsaw district court in the so-called . the second trial of the gang Pruszkow . Eight years in prison spend Marcin B. " Bryndziak " , the leader of the young Pruszkowa.
After six years, the court acquitted a third of the nearly 40 defendants , and the other condemned to sentences ranging from one to eight years in prison. Janusz P. " Umbrella " , one of the most important people Pruszkowa has to spend behind bars for 1.5 years .