New evidence in case of Stacy and Nathalie
17 July 2006, BRUSSELS — New evidence has been found further incriminating suspect Abdallah Ait Oud in the murder of Liège step-sisters Stacy and Nathalie.
17 July 2006
BRUSSELS — New evidence has been found further incriminating suspect Abdallah Ait Oud in the murder of Liège step-sisters Stacy and Nathalie.
Pollen of plants growing along the railway line where the bodies of the two girls were discovered last month has been found on the jeans of Ait Oud.
Fabric matching the jeans the suspect wore on the night of the disappearance was also found on the clothes of Nathalie, Francophone broadcaster RTL reported on Sunday.
RTL said authorities had partially confirmed the findings.
Ait Oud also underwent questioning again on Sunday for the first time in two weeks. Police confronted him with the new evidence.
It is not yet officially known how Ait Oud reacted, but reports indicate he has not yet confessed to anything.
Ait Oud will re-appear in court this week, at which point he could be officially charged with rape and murder.
[Copyright Expatica News 2006]
Subject: Belgian news