BelÃ§ika'da, otobanda dÃ¼ÄÃ¼n konvoyu yapan 18 TÃ¼rk davalÄ±k oldu. Dendermonde'da, 24 MayÄ±s'ta gÃ¶rÃ¼len davada savcÄ±lÄ±k, davalÄ±larÄ±n beÅ yÄ±l boyunca trafikten men edilmesini, trafiÄi kapatan altÄ± araca el konulmasÄ±nÄ± ve 2 bin Euro ceza verilmesini istemiÅti. SavcÄ±lÄ±k davalÄ±larÄ±n araÃ§larÄ±nÄ±, konvoyun yapÄ±ldÄ±ÄÄ± E17 otobanÄ±nda Ã§ok yavaÅ sÃ¼rerek trafiÄi sÄ±kÄ±ÅtÄ±rdÄ±klarÄ±nÄ±, emniyet Åeridini kapattÄ±klarÄ±nÄ±, yolda durarak dans ettiklerini, araÃ§larÄ±n camlarÄ±ndan dÄ±ÅarÄ± sarktÄ±klarÄ±nÄ± ve araÃ§larÄ±yla yolda daireler Ã§izdikleri iddia etti. YargÄ±Ã§: IrkÃ§Ä±lara bahane veriyorsunuz SuÃ§lamalarÄ± dinleyen yargÄ±Ã§ Peter D'Hondt, "Sadece trafik sÄ±kÄ±ÅÄ±klÄ±ÄÄ±na neden olmakla kalmÄ±yorsunuz. AynÄ± zamanda, diÄer sÃ¼rÃ¼cÃ¼lerin sinirlenmesine yol aÃ§Ä±yorsunuz ve davranÄ±ÅÄ±nÄ±z agresifliÄe ve sonucunda Ä±rkÃ§Ä±lÄ±ÄÄ±n artmasÄ±na neden oluyor. Zaten yeterince Ä±rkÃ§Ä± var, buna karÅÄ± durmanÄ±z gerekiyorâ¦ EÄer bir parti yapmak istiyorsanÄ±z kafanÄ±za kova bile geÃ§irebilirsiniz ancak yollarÄ± amaÃ§larÄ± iÃ§in kullanÄ±lmaya bÄ±rakacaksÄ±nÄ±z" dedi.
Belgian court trying 18 Turks over wedding procession
A court in northern Belgium is trying 18 people of Turkish-origin over a wedding convoy of cars that caused disruption on the motorway, news site GriHat said.
The 18 face the seizure of the six vehicles they used to close the motorway to traffic, possible fines of 2,000 euros each and five-year driving bans.
They are accused of stopping traffic by driving extremely slowly, including on the hard shoulder, stopping in the road to dance, hanging out of their car windows and made “doughnut” circles on the road with their cars.
The prosecutor in the case, Peter D’Hondt, said there was what he called a “dictatorial side” to the actions of the defendants, who, he said, had used one of Europe’s busiest motorways as though it were private property.
He also made reference to the defendants’ ethnic background.
“There are already enough racists, you need to push back against them,” D’Hondt said. “If you want to have a party, you can even put your heads in buckets, but stop using the roads for this purpose.”
The second hearing in the trial will be held on June 29.