For 8 years

Today, it is 8 years ago that I got the phone call from my other sister. Eline is dead. For 8 years, we were told by the Dutch police and public attorney (including Helga Krekels, Bert Spoelstra, Emma Oelmeijer-Naus, Renske Hamming, Annemarie Penn-te Strake, George Rasker, en Olav Beckers) that Eline committed suicide. Her boyfriend had witnessed …

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Eline’s death will be re-examened – finally!

Just a quick note. A more detailed one will follow soon. Today, Tuesday November 28th, 2017, after 2912 days since Eline's death on December 8th, 2009, we learned that we won our Article 12 case against the Dutch public attorney. Eline's death will be re-examined, and specifically the role of her boyfriend. The one thing …

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The conundrum of questioning Eline’s ‘suicide’

[Nederlandse versie] It's been a while since I posted on this blog. With the 4th episode of the program Moord of Zelfmoord (Homicide or Suicide) by investigative journalist Kees van der Spek (SimpleMedia) and lawyer Sébas Diekstra recently broadcasted on SBS6, I thought it would be a good time to recap why we are fighting our fight against the Dutch public attorney and …

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Eline’s case remains closed – the long version

A little later than anticipated, but here is the extended post about last weeks meeting (July 2nd, 2015) we had with the deputy chief public attorney George Rasker, public attorney Olav Beckers, and forensic investigation coordinator Jos Camps/Kemp (I'm uncertain about his name as his thick Limburg accent made him difficult to understand) from the Public Attorney's Office in …

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Eline’s case remains closed

A quick update. A more elaborate one will follow soon. On December 8th, 2009, when Eline died, the police and Public Attorney quickly concluded that Eline committed suicide. At first her boyfriend was arrested, but soon after released. Now, July 2nd 2015, the public attorney's office informed us that the analysis of some of the …

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