Thursday, January 29, 2015

Authorities Neglected Psychiatric Problems of Suspected Murderer of Deputy Prime Minister

A year after the murder of former Dutch Deputy Prime Minister Els Borst, a suspect has been identified.  It now turns out that it was well-known that the man had psychological problems.  In 2012, the Rotterdam court sentenced him to three years in jail.  The court ruled that he should be arrested immediately, as he was a danger to society. Yet the suspect remained free until the 12th of January of this year, when he was arrested on suspicions of having killed his sister.

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