The district court in Breda, the netherlands last Friday, three men convicted and sentenced to prison terms of from 18 to 22 years for the violent murder of Pet
The district court in Breda, the netherlands last Friday, three men convicted and sentenced to prison terms of from 18 to 22 years for the violent murder of Peter van der Linden on January 6, 2017. According to the court, came up with the three suspects, along with a plan to kill him.
The men are attracted by Van der Linde, on the appointed night, at the Café 't Hoekske in Breda, the netherlands. When he was out of the café and stood there, waiting, and there were dozens of bullets at him and fired. The victim survived, this won't work.
The suspects fled in a stolen car. This is a car which was later burnt down is found in the Belgian city of Essen, just across the border.
In march 2017, the 43-year-old Corne, R., from Sprundel arrested on suspicion of involvement in the murder of the Van der Linde. In november 2018, with well-known, he has been the victim to have been shot. The judge gave him Friday to a prison term of 22 years in prison.
New evidence leads to arrest of S.
The 42-year-old Pete S. of St. Philip was established in may 2017 held, because he was involved in a deadly shooting incident. S. was, however, a few days later and released because the judge decided that there was not enough evidence of his involvement was.
After the discovery of the new evidence was. in april 2018 re-arrested. S., was, together with Van der Linde was part of the group of Claus-Otto, the founder of the motorcycle club No Surrender. S. it would have debts built up by both Otto and Van der Linde.
the Third suspect arrested in undercoveractie
The last suspect, a 35-year-old David J., from Etten-Leur, netherlands, was established in may of 2018 will be held by a large undercoveractie of the police department. He sought contact with J. he knew he was. During these contacts he was involved in the murder, and he has revealed what the plan was.
The judge, S., and J., on Friday, a prison sentence of eighteen years in prison for their involvement in a deadly shooting incident.