SOS Racism ten doubled the number of members in a few years. But the lists had both names that no one had, and addresses that did not exist.Monday is the start for a ten-week criminal case in Haugaland District Court. Up to 170 people will testify. More than 40,000 documents to be submitted.
The core of the matter is accused of a massive cheating of the numbers of members in SOS Racism in the years after 2005. Eight former executives and key employees of the organization is accused of gross fraud.
Source: NTB scanpix / Norway Today