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A Congo military tribunal has found two Norwegians on trial for alleged murder and espionage guilty on all accounts and has sentenced them both to death. They will also have to pay a total of more than US$ 60 milllion in damages.
The two, Tjostolv Moland (28) and Joshua French (27), were detained and jailed in DR Congo earlier this summer, charged with killing their driver/translator on May 5th.
Later they were also charged with espionage for Norway, and for arms smuggling. The two have denied all charges.
Originally posted by SVRN2005
where they homoerotic refugees from canada
Tjostolv Moland, one of two Norwegian citizens imprisoned in Congo since 2009 on murder charges, has died in prison, his lawyer and government officials have said. He was 32.
The cause of death wasn't immediately clear, attorney Hans Marius Graasvold said.
Tjostolv Moland, one of two Norwegian citizens imprisoned in the Democratic Republic of Congo on murder charges since 2009, has died. The cause of death is not yet known.
Moland was found dead in his cell Sunday morning, says Norwegian Foreign Miister Espen Barth Eide. a representative for the Norwegian foreign service immediately went to the jail to follow up on the circumstances around the latest development, Eide said.