Sweden charges 3 over bootlegging of 170 migrants by Europe


STOCKHOLM Sweden has charged 3 group with organizing a bootlegging of 170 migrants in minibuses from northern Italy opposite a EU’s open-border section to Scandinavia, prosecutors pronounced on Friday.

Prosecutors pronounced they believed a contingent hired minibuses and drivers to ride a mostly Syrian migrants to Scandinavia from Milan sight hire in Italy in 2014.

“There they were simply walking around and seeking if someone wants to go to Sweden or other tools of Scandinavia,” presiding prosecutor Isabelle Bjursten told Reuters.

She pronounced a suspects typically charged around 500 euros ($560) per chairman while mostly vouchsafing children transport for free, and warranted around 150,000 Swedish crowns ($17,500), she said.

Police in Italy, Denmark, Germany and Austria stopped 15 of a mini-buses and camper vans in Aug and Nov 2014.

Of a 3 suspects, dual have both Swedish and Iraqi citizenship while a third is a Syrian citizen, and they are between 35 and 37 years old, prosecutors said. If found guilty, they could get between 6 months and 6 years in prison. They were arrested in Sweden final year afterwards liberated tentative trial.

After some-more than one million asylum-seeking migrants entered Europe in 2015, countries within a European Union’s Schengen passport-free transport zone, including Sweden and Germany, reintroduced resourceful limit controls to branch a influx.

(Reporting by Daniel Dickson; modifying by Mark Heinrich)

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