Judge also wants to await the Luminol-investigation

Three things must become clear from the investigation with luminol in the Kaya Frater Fidelius in Jandoret that is currently being carried out by experts of the Dutch Forensic Institute: have the brothers Wawoe been in this home; have the bloodstains been much bigger than found at first; and the safeguarding of the DNA of the two suspects that are not yet arrested in the Shut-case.

Justice says that three (illegal) Colombian men were severely maltreated in this house on the evening of August 9 past year. Their hands and feet were tied up afterwards and put in the trunk and on the backseat of two cars. The cars were driven to the direction of Shut. Two of the Colombians managed to escape however. The third disappeared without trace. The motive for abducting, attempted manslaughter, and ill-treated the men with guns is a drug transaction of 15 kilo cocaine that the Colombians possessed. Three of the five suspects in this case are currently behind bars. Milangelo Faneite (33), who after his hearing was deferred four times already and yesterday for the fifth time, had to appear before the judge yesterday. Justice is still looking for the man with the many tattoos, who admitted having done most of the ill-treatments and the man with the artificial eye.

Faneite lived in that house at that time. Even though he had hardly committed the ill-treatments and was smoking joints outside in the yard and had even offered one of the victims water during the tortures that lasted eight hours, he had helped tying them up and carried them into the cars. To cover the trails, they decided to dump the cars in sea at Shut. The kidnappers saw that two of the Colombian escaped near a snack in Souax, by opening the trunk, but the area was way too busy to pursue them. The police pulled the two cars out of the sea two days later. Faneite reported himself at the police station and was arrested.

Offender’s information
According to two fellow detainees, Faneite has given detailed information about the case, while being in jail. He mentioned the huge amount of blood, something that only the perpetrator would know and must appear from the luminol-investigation, says Justice. It is an expensive investigation and Justice has been negotiating the costs with NFI. It usually takes three months for the results to come out, but they are trying to have them before September 26. That’s when finally Faneite’s hearing is scheduled. There are too many heavy facts against him to release him from custody after almost one year. If he gets convicted, the custody time will be deducted from his punishment.

(Source: National Newspaper Amigoe)

July 31, 2008

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