Terra Terra in court, accused of promoting cannabis production


The material sold was legal. The clients, themselves, sometimes came from the middle of organized crime

The Namur Criminal Court began on Friday the trial of the managers and employees of the company Terra Terra, accused of forming a criminal organization that facilitated the commission of offenses against the law on narcotics by selling equipment and providing advice, between 2013 and 2017. The 20 defendants are also accused of money laundering and, for some, possession of cannabis.

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