A ruthless Georgian smuggler has been behind bars for three years. He wants to serve his sentence in Georgia.
Not a day without smuggler trials in Eisenstadt: On Tuesday, David D. had to answer to the jury panel. The Georgian had ruthlessly endangered human life and lied during the process that the beams were bending. But first things first. After the 29-year-old had already made two tractor trips from Germany to Austria, he tried it a third time on March 13. Officials in Nickelsdorf wanted to control him. Then D. stepped on the gas, raced over the B10, fled further onto the A4 and then onto the A6. Police roadblock broken There the criminal accelerated to 160 km/h and raced at this speed over the blocked first lane, on which Asfinag employees were currently driving worked. The four men escaped death by a hair’s breadth. D. drove off at Potzneusiedl and sped through the local area at 130, breaking through a police blockade. He almost collided head-on with three cars! After his damaged car broke down, the Georgian fled on foot, but was quickly arrested: “I only fled because my visa for the EU had expired. But you don’t believe me anyway.” Which he was right about. D. accepted the three years in prison and asked to be allowed to serve them in Georgia. “The Eisenstadt Regional Court certainly has no objections to this, but it is up to the Georgian authorities to decide whether they will take you at all. Feel free to apply,” Ms. Rat told him.
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