Police in the Moravian town of Zlín have detained a gang of teenagers and men who forged Czech bank notes. Among them were two boys under the age of fifteen who used their parents’ home printer to produce the forged notes. Despite the fact that the two minors committed a serious crime, they will not be persecuted, due to their age. The two other members of the group, aged 32 and 55, face prison sentences of up to eight years.
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