The court is conducting further investigation into the Quincy Promes criminal case

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The court is conducting further investigation into the Quincy Promes criminal case

The court of Amsterdam has reopened the investigation into the criminal case against football player Quincy Promes. That means no verdict will be handed down next Friday. There will then be a hearing where the court will explain the reason for reopening the case. The court is expected to have new information that is relevant to the file and to the considerations for a judgment.

Tendon

The Public Prosecution Service had demanded a prison sentence of two years against 31-year-old Promes for aggravated assault. It is suspected that he stabbed his cousin in the knee at a party on the night of July 24 to 25, 2020 in Abcoude.

The victim sustained permanent damage to a tendon. As a result, he can no longer squat or run and he had to rehabilitate for a long time. His lawyer has said he suffers from post-traumatic stress disorder.

Cocaine trade

Promes plays football in Russia and also has a Russian passport. He did not attend the criminal trial. He is also a suspect in an investigation into large-scale cocaine trafficking. He could be arrested in that case, which could jeopardize his football contract in Russia. In the file, Promes is associated with Piet W.

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