the Trial of suspected financial crime in the Saab Automobile bankruptcy in 2011, consists of several parts.
Seven people are indicted in the Vänersborg district court, the majority on several points. All deny the offences.
the district Court starts with the part about the seven million that Saab Automobile paid in compensation to Victor Muller. The money was sent as consulting fees to look at his and his wife’s private accounts abroad. The prosecutor believes that the transaction was grossly evasion of tax control.
the 14 February, part the on invoices of 30 million sek which Saab wrote, and got paid, for a dealership in Ukraine. According to the prosecutor, it was luftfakturor which was established to collect money, probably from the strongly questioned the businessman Vladimir Antonov. In this part, several the charges. Saab’s former ceo Jan Åke Jonsson and two other persons accused of grossly untrue attestation.
21 February starts the part about the grossly fraudulent activity, including information to the media. Among the defendants are Victor Muller and Jan Åke Jonsson.
February 28, you can go in the annual reports that the prosecutor considers had been manipulated. The charges of serious forgery and grossly untrue attestation.
6 march begins the final pläderingarna.