According to the General Prosecutor’s Office, Fabrice Dorpel, a fifty-year-old from Arlon, is at the head of this criminal organization. He may be sentenced to two years in prison and a 10-year ban on commercial behavior in society, confiscations, especially at his mother’s expense. The man is already known to the court. Since the start of the investigation, he has decided to remain silent in all languages. “I came to tell you that I have nothing to say to you”, began Me Molders-Pierre, who defends the person in question, before developing a plea of about twenty minutes. He asked the court to declare the case inadmissible because his client would not have been entitled to a fair trial by not having been validly summoned during the council chamber meeting. Against all expectations, his client spoke. “Since then I have not been interviewed or searchedsaid the defendant. I was no longer in trouble with the law. I met my girlfriend and she is in charge of everything. I was able to recover a bank account. I’m fine with the insurance and I’ve paid all my creditors.” His lawyer also pleaded absorption with a previous conviction, a simple conviction and a labor sentence. Lawyers for the other defendants conceded either acquittal or simple conviction given the passage of time. The court is expected to deliver its verdict next March.