Monday, January 14, 2019

Investigation of Police on Corruption

The official prosecutor has confirmed that there will be an investigation by the National Detective Service of the tenders for alcohol breath analyzers by the Dutch police. The Tomar company which supplies breath analyzers has brought a complaint against the Dutch police because of misinformation, abuse of power and blackmail.

Sunday, January 13, 2019

Steel Factory Pollutes Neighboring Town

Black particles from the Tata Steel factory rained down over the town of Wijk aan Zee.  An investigation found that pollution from the particles could be potentially hazardous for the health of the citizens.  The company is sending people to clean houses and cars of residents.  The Inspectorate for the Environment and Transport lodged a complaint against Tata Steel’s permit which currently doesn’t have to take measures to reduce emission of some nitrogen oxides.

Thursday, January 10, 2019

Iran Murdered Two People In The Netherlands

The Ministry of Foreign Affairs claims that Iran most likely murdered two Iranians who were opponents of their government.  One murder took place in 2015 in Almere and the other in 2017 in The Hague.  The information for this claim was provided by Dutch and Foreign Security Services.

Tuesday, January 8, 2019

Police Storm Train To Apprehend Suspects

Heavily armed police stormed a passenger train to capture two men in a train car.  It was one of three separate incidents within two hours near the Zwolle train station.  In total, five people were arrested.  Rumors on social media said that the arrests were related to a bomb threat, however this has not yet been confirmed by the police.

Sunday, January 6, 2019

Radical Islam Promoting Books in High Security Dutch Prison Library

In the high security prison library in Vught, books by radical Muslims including those written by people banned from entering the UK for praising suicide are available on loan to prisoners.  The Dutch prison service admits this but says that all loan requests are assessed by experts to see if they should be granted.  Liberal parliamentarian Foort van Oosten says that taking action against books does not fit in with a concept of a free society.

Thursday, January 3, 2019

Rotterdam: Increased number of firework victims at Eye Hospital

Seventeen people arrived at the Rotterdam Eye Hospital, due to eye damage caused from fireworks, mainly related to New Years’ Eve celebrations.  That is an increase of four more than last year. The youngest victim, was 5 years old.  In 2017, due to New Years’ Eve fireworks, 120 people sustained eye injuries in the Netherlands.  In 4 out of 10 cases, the damage is permanent.

Wednesday, January 2, 2019

Rotterdam: Another Terrorism Suspect Arrested.

Two days ago another terrorism suspect was arrested. This is not related to the arrests last week of five terrorists, four of which in Rotterdam. He will be interrogated by the public prosecution.