Dutch criminal allowed to claim expenses

Discussion in 'The Intelligence Cell' started by stoatman, Jan 26, 2005.

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  1. From Expatica:

    Anyone think that the court was being overly academic???
  2. The judges had obviously been down to the cafe first!
  3. The lunatics have taken over the asylum.
  4. well once he proved who sold him the gun they can do the guy who sold him the gun as I suppose it wasent a legimate dealer . then the tax people can have a crack at his ill gotten gains then the victims can sue
    for trauma then the bank can sue etc etc . soon he is skint and praying for solitarly confinemeant
  5. I deplore this tendency of "liberal" judges to make hash of the most elementary principles of accounting.

    The criminal in question should have been permitted no more than to claim depreciation on the pistol over its useful life.

    The acquisition cost of the pistol is a capital expenditure, not an expense.