If Julian Hessenthaler is found guilty, he faces up to 15 years imprisonment. According to public prosecutor Bernd Schneider, the private detective is said to have handed over 1.25 kilos of cocaine with a purity of at least 70 percent to a friend in 2017 and 2018 near the Lower Austrian city of Haag (Amstetten district), in Salzburg and Upper Austria at a gram price of 40 euros. According to the indictment, Julian Hessenthaler is said to have paid off debts and improved his dreary financial situation.
In addition to drug trafficking, the 40-year-old “Ibiza mastermind” is accused of possessing and handing over a fake Slovenian driver’s license and identity card in the name of a Romanian friend and of showing a fake Slovenian driving license at a police check on May 7, 2019 in Vienna to have. “I take responsibility for the fact that these documents are false,” the defendant admitted on the first day of the lay judge’s hearing.
In court on the last day of the trial in October, a witness in the trial of the Ibiza detective described how brutally Julian Hessenthaler is said to have threatened her with a gun. An earlier statement by the woman had to be interrupted because she was under massive psychological stress from the situation. eXXpress reported.
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