With a direct summons you can bring someone before the criminal court and the public prosecutor will only take a position later. According to Virus Madness, which demanded compensation of 70,000 euros, Draulans and Braeckman were guilty of defamation and defamation. They did not receive much acclaim in court: during the handling of the case, the Public Prosecution Service asked the criminal court to acquit both men.
“If you participate in the public debate, you know that it can get heated. As a result, there is not always room for nuance,” said the public prosecutor. “There are punches, but then you can also expect punches back. I ask that those debates be held in the public forum. If everyone goes to criminal court from today after a discussion, it will be busy on the court.”