New proceedings in Mór armed robbery case
Tuesday, October 25, 2005, 15:31
The Budapest Court of Appeal on Tuesday upheld the life sentence without parole handed to Ede Kaiser, who was found guilty of robbing a bank in Mór, near Budapest, at gunpoint in May 2002. New proceedings have been instructed in the case of Kaiser's accomplice, László Hajdú, who was sentenced for 15 years for other crimes. During the robbery, eight people were shot to death in a branch office of Erste Bank in what was Hungary's bloodiest bank robbery ever.