Biker Lau G. gets life sentence for double murder
Former No Surrender motorcycle club member Lau G. has been sentenced to life in prison for murdering two men in Venray in 2006. His accomplice, Geert G., was sentenced to 30 years in prison.
According to the court, it was proven that Lau G. shot and killed 19-year-old Kamir Fourkour and 23-year-old Fouad Bendella after catching them breaking into his cannabis plantation, De Telegraaf reports. The court ruled that Lau G.'s actions were premeditated because he went to the plantation armed. His sentence conforms with what the Dutch Public Prosecutor had demanded. Lau G. was arrested in April last year.
Geert G. was convicted as Lau G.'s accomplice. He helped bury the bodies at Lau G.'s former home in Arcen, where the bodies were found last year. The Public Prosecutor demanded 14 years in prison for Geert G.
Lau G. was intended to become president of motorcycle club No Surrender in Limburg, but he was kicked out of the club because of his involvement in this murder case.