SAAB executives are being threatened with imprisonment
The Public Prosecutor, Olof Sahlgren
Lars and the government believes that it has been proven that the more serious economic crime was committed prior to the SAAB automobile bankruptcy in 2011. Among other things, the company’s management to have provided false information about the company’s finances and, moreover, to have received 30 million Swedish kronor, by means of a false distribution. That is why the period between two and two-and-a-half-year prison sentence for five of the former SAAB employees.
They are accused of denying the for all of the crimes, and Jan-Ake Jonsson’s lawyer, Bengt H Nilsson was called to the prosecutor incompetent, according to the requirement of the prison.
A prison sentence is ruled out by a variety of reasons, and I think that it is not serious to claim that, say, Bob H Johnson.
Source: Bbc Radio