A 35-year-old man has been disqualified from driving for six months and fined DKK 4,500 by the Court in Elsinore for driving recklessly against Stram Kurs leader Rasmus Paludan.
It writes Frederiksborg Amts Avis on Saturday.
The 35-year-old pleaded not guilty in the case, which is about an episode at the Humlebæk access to the Helsingør motorway in June 2019.
Here, the court finds it proven that the 35-year-old drove recklessly at about 110 kilometers per hour up against the driver in front – the leader of the party Stram Kurs, Rasmus Paludan – without adjusting the distance.
The distance to the front was just one meter.
Then followed an overtaking right around Paludan’s car, where the 35-year-old made a turn in the direction of Paludan’s right side.
This meant that the party leader had to pull as far to the left on the roadway as possible.
The 35-year-old then continued with a rapid deceleration that forced Paludan into an equally rapid deceleration.
In its judgment, the court emphasized that Rasmus Paludan’s explanation appeared coherent and credible. It was simultaneously supported by a summoned witness.
It does not appear from the judgment whether the reckless driving was due to the fact that the driver in front was Rasmus Paludan.
According to Frederiksborg Amts Avis, the 35-year-old motorist is director of a larger chain with over 20 stores.
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