Germany’s 14-year fraud case finally crumbles
ONE of Germany’s biggest business fraud cases has come to a unspectacular end. Friedrich Hennemann, now 73 and once one of the most powerful men in European shipbuilding, will not have to submit to a penalty of two years’ probation, as a previous court had ruled in 2001. This conviction was later squashed by Germany's highest court, the Bundesgerichtshof.
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