Immigration policewoman’s house, car vandalised
A radical action group responsible for the acts of vandalism says this should serve as a warning to her immigration colleagues.12 November 2008
THE NETHERLANDS – A Dutch immigration policewoman’s house and car has been vandalised by a radical action group.
The front door of the officer's house was smeared with red paint - a symbol of the pain suffered by many as a result of the work of the Immigration and Naturalisation Police, according to the group. The tyres of the officer's car were also slashed and her name and address were published on internet.
The action group, who call themselves the winterschilders (winter painters) says the incident should serve as a warning to her immigration police colleagues and the Department of Justice.
The Dutch police union ACP has urged Justice Minister Ernst Hirsch Ballin to take immediate action.
[Radio Netherlands / Expatica]