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Judgment of February 22, 2011
Criminal Law Department
Federal Judge Favre, President,
Federal judges Schneider, Wipr chtiger, Mathys,
Federal judge Jacquemoud-Rossari,
Court clerk Koch
Swiss Federal Prosecutor's Office, 3003 Bern,
represented by advocate RAe .________,
represented by advocate Dr. Dino Degiorgi,
represented by advocate RAf .________,
represented by attorney RAa .________,
represented by advocate RAg .________,
represented by advocate RAh .________,
represented by advocate Patrick Lafranchi,
represented by advocate RAi .________,
represented by advocate Marc Wollmann,
represented by lawyer Luigi Mattei,
represented by lawyer Luigi Mattei,
Society DC .________,
represented by lawyer Luigi Mattei,
Society DD .________,
represented by lawyer Renzo Galfetti,
represented by lawyer Renzo Galfetti,
represented by lawyer Dr. Michele Rusca,
represented by lawyer Dr. Michele Rusca,
represented by lawyer Dr. Michele Rusca,
Society DK .________,
Society DL .________,
represented by lawyer Venerio Quadri,
Society DN .________,
Society DO .________,
Society DP .________,
Society DQ .________,
Company DR .________,
Society DS .________,
represented by advocate Marc Wollmann,
Society DV .________,
Society DX .________,
represented by lawyer Emanuele Stauffer,
represented by lawyer Davide Corti,
Society DAA .________,
represented by advocate RAg .________,
represented by lawyer Robert Vogel,
Society DAC .________,
Support of a criminal organization, qualified money laundering, confiscation of confiscated assets etc.,
Appeal against the decision of the Federal Criminal Court, Criminal Chamber, dated July 8, 2009
On July 8, 2009, the Federal Criminal Court in Bellinzona spoke of seven out of nine defendants, i.e. R .________, S .________, X .________, Y .________, Z .________, T .________ and U .________, of the allegations of Participation in and support of a criminal organization and qualified money laundering or assisting in it are free. It imposed on all acquitted at least some of the procedural costs incurred by them and also refused them at least some of the party compensation. The compensation paid to the official defense lawyers demanded it back from the acquitted
The Federal Criminal Court sentenced the defendants W .________ and V .________ on the same day for supporting a criminal organization. On the other hand, it acquitted both of the accusation of qualified money laundering. W .________ punished her with a partial custodial sentence of two years and nine months, nine months of which were absolutely enforceable. V .________ was sentenced to a conditional prison sentence of two years
On July 15, 2009, the Federal Prosecutor's Office lodged an appeal with the Federal Supreme Court against the orally opened verdict on July 8, 2009. Among other things, she requested that the complaint should be granted suspensive effect with regard to the immediate release of the deposits of the defendants R .________, S .________, T .________, U .________ and V .________
In the statement of August 4 and 25, 2009, U .________ and V .________ requested the rejection of the request for suspensive effect. The Federal Criminal Court decided not to comment on August 14, 2009. S .________, T .________ and R .________ applied on August 24, 27 and 28, 2009 that the application should not be accepted (S .________, T .________ and R .________), and that it might be rejected (S .________ and R .________).
With a reply dated October 1, 2009, the Federal Prosecutor's Office adhered to its request for suspensive effect
In a letter dated November 12, 2009, the President of the Criminal Law Department of the Federal Supreme Court informed the parties that they would await the Federal Criminal Court's reasoning before deciding on the request for suspensive effect. The reasoned judgment of the Federal Criminal Court was served on the parties at the end of December 2009
The Federal Prosecutor's Office appeals against this judgment of July 8, 2009 in criminal matters. She requests that the judgment under appeal should be set aside, with the exception of the guilty verdict of W .________ for supporting a criminal organization and the release of the assets of Z .________ and DU .________, and referred back to the lower court for reassessment.
She submits the following contingent claims in summary:
The decision of the Federal Criminal Court of July 8, 2009 is to be annulled and
R .________ was to be declared guilty of supporting a criminal organization and qualified money laundering in accordance with sections 4.1.1 and 4.1.2 of the indictment. He was to be sentenced to a prison term of four years and to a fine to be determined by the court
W .________ was to be declared guilty of qualified money laundering in accordance with section 4.2.2 of the indictment. He was to be sentenced to a prison term of four and a half years and a fine to be determined by the court
S .________ was to be declared guilty of supporting a criminal organization and qualified money laundering in accordance with sections 4.3.1 and 4.3.2 of the indictment. He was to be sentenced to a prison term of three years and a fine to be determined by the court
X .________ was to be declared guilty of supporting a criminal organization and money laundering in accordance with Sections 4.4.1 and 4.4.2 of the indictment. He was to be sentenced to a prison term of four and a half years and a fine to be determined by the court
T .________ is to be declared guilty of supporting a criminal organization and qualified money laundering in accordance with sections 4.8.1 and 4.8.2 of the indictment. He was to be sentenced to a prison term of four years and to a fine to be determined by the court
U .________ was guilty of supporting a criminal organization and qualified money laundering in accordance with Sections 4.9.1 and 4.9.2 of the indictment. He was to be sentenced to a prison term of three years and a fine to be determined by the court
V .________ was guilty of involvement in a criminal organization and qualified money laundering. He was to be sentenced to a prison term of four years and a fine to be determined by the court
The aforementioned seven people are to be obliged to pay the procedural costs incurred by them in an amount to be determined by the court, with joint liability for the entire procedural costs
Y .________ was guilty of supporting a criminal organization and qualified money laundering in accordance with Sections 4.6.1 and 4.6.2 of the indictment. He was to be sentenced to a prison term of 12 months, conditional, with a probationary period of two years, and to a fine to be determined by the court
Z .________ is to be declared guilty of supporting a criminal organization and qualified money laundering in accordance with sections 4.7.1 and 4.7.2 of the indictment. She was condemned to a prison sentence of nine months, with a probationary period of two years, and to a fine to be determined by the court
The aforementioned two persons are to be obliged to pay the procedural costs incurred by them in an amount to be determined by the court
The seized assets relating to the defendants R .________, W .________, S .________, X .________, T .________, U .________ and V .________ are to be confiscated. At the same time, a corresponding claim for compensation in the amount of the amount of the offense not covered by the confiscated assets can be recognized for each of these defendants
For Y .________, a compensation claim of at least CHF 200,000 can be recognized. To this extent his confiscated assets are to be confiscated
The seized assets of the third party buyers are to be confiscated
The ordered securities are to be maintained until the commencement of the sentence, possibly until the complaint has been dealt with. The fees of the official defense counsel are to be determined
The Federal Prosecutor's Office also makes the following further requests:
It should be noted that the first instance judgment has become final as follows:
-Ziff. XI.5 regarding Y .________, insofar as the requested replacement claim exceeds CHF 200,000
-Ziff. XI.6 regarding Z .________
- Point XI.28 regarding DU .________.
In addition, the complaint was to be granted suspensive effect with regard to the requests for the release of the seized assets of the defendants R .________, W .________, S .________, X .________, Y .________ (for the amount of CHF 200,000), T .________, U .________ and V .________ as well as regarding the assets of third parties, insofar as the first-instance judgment has not become final. Likewise, the suspensive effect is to be granted with regard to the release of the deposits
By order of February 11, 2010, the President of the Criminal Law Department of the Federal Supreme Court granted the complaint suspensive effect with regard to the deposits in the scope of the applications in the submission of the Federal Prosecutor's Office of July 15, 2009 (cf. . B). Incidentally, he did not respond to the request for suspensive effect
X .________ filed the application on March 3, 2010 that the written party submissions and replies of the Federal Prosecutor's Office submitted to the Federal Criminal Court on the occasion of the main hearing from May 4 to June 19, 2009, pursuant to Section 8 to immediately expel their complaint in criminal matters of February 1, 2010 from the files
With a submission dated March 10, 2010, the Federal Prosecutor's Office renewed its request for suspensive effect with regard to the release of the seized assets
With a super-provisional ruling of March 12, 2010, the President of the Criminal Law Department of the Federal Supreme Court ordered the suspensive effect with regard to the application by the Federal Prosecutor's Office of March 10, 2010
On March 19, 2010, S .________ requested that the Federal Prosecutor's Office request of March 10, 2010 for suspensive effect be in whole or in part, insofar as it relates to assets that he owned before August 1, 1994 , to reject. X .________, U .________ and R .________ applied on March 22, 2010 that the request for suspensive effect should be rejected. V .________ decided not to comment on March 22, 2010. W .________ requested on April 12, 2010 that the application should not be accepted, and that it might be rejected
The following applications have been submitted:
(1) Federal Criminal Court: waiver of consultation
(2) DE .________ and Foundation DF .________: Rejection of the complaint of the Federal Prosecutor's Office dated February 1, 2010, with consequences for costs and compensation
(3) DT .________: chargeable rejection of the complaint, lifting of the seizure
(4) DM .________: fee-based rejection of the complaint, lifting of the seizure and the freezing of the land register
(5) DY .________: Rejection of the complaint and release of the seized assets
(6) Society DAA .________: Rejection of the complaint with consequences for costs and compensation
(7) DA .________ and DB .________: Rejection of the complaint with regard to the assets confiscated from you and confirmation of the release. Eventualiter: Rejection of the matter to the Federal Criminal Court for reassessment, claims for reimbursement as part of this process
(8) Company DC .________: Rejection of the complaint regarding the seized account and confirmation of the release. Eventualiter: Rejection of the matter to the Federal Criminal Court for reassessment, claims for reimbursement as part of this process
(9) DZ .________: Rejection of the complaint, release of the seized assets, with consequences for costs and compensation
(10) Society DO .________, Society DN .________, Society DR .________, Society DP .________ and Society DS .________: waiver of consultation
(11) S .________: Rejection of the complaint insofar as it should be dealt with. Request for free administration of justice and legal advice
(12) DG .________, DH .________ and DI .________: Rejection of the complaint with consequences for costs and compensation
(13) U .________: Rejection of the complaint with consequences for costs and compensation. Request for free administration of justice and assistance. In the event that the application for free administration of justice is rejected: Party compensation of CHF 35,000 .--.
(14 and 15) Z .________ and Y .________: Failure to respond to the complaint. Rejection, insofar as it is to be advocated, with consequences for costs and compensation
(16) X .________: Rejection of the complaint insofar as it should be dealt with
(17) W .________: Failure to respond to the objections concerning him or rejection, insofar as they should be addressed. Request to remove the first instance, written party submissions from the complainant from the files. Procedural costs to be borne by the Swiss Confederation, request for party compensation. Approval of CHF 20,000 for the upper-level legal fees. Eventualiter: Application for free administration of justice and counseling
(18) V .________: Failure to respond to the complaint, possible rejection. Request to remove the first instance, written party submissions by the complainant from the files. Application for free administration of justice and counseling