The Indian actor Salman Khan is due to wildstroperij to five years in prison when sentenced. A court in the city of Jodhpur in northwest India is considered the 52-year-old superstar of Bollywood today guilty of the shooting of two rare Indian antelope in 1998. That informed the public prosecutor Mahipal Bishnoi to the assembled press. The animals are in India as endangered species are protected. Khan can still appeal against the verdict. Six other defendants, among whom four actors, were acquitted. The judiciary in India works well known to be very slow.
Khan was in 2006 and 2007 already once convicted of wildtroperij and also spent a few days in prison. He came out on bail, back on free feet, and the judgments were in 2016 in the absence of evidence be declared null and void. The film actor since the nineties, one of the largest Indian heroes of the white cloth. He also played in some of the biggest blockbusters of Bollywood, including “Tiger Zinda Hai” (2017) and “Bajrangi Bhaijaan” (2015), which is also in the Belgian cinemas.