Man ordered to vacate 'animal sex' shed
21 July 2004 , AMSTERDAM — The leaseholder of the farm shed where three women were raped and forced to have sex with animals — and escaped before potentially being killed in a snuff film — has been ordered by Lelystad Court to vacate the premises within two weeks.
21 July 2004
AMSTERDAM — The leaseholder of the farm shed where three women were raped and forced to have sex with animals — and escaped before potentially being killed in a snuff film — has been ordered by Lelystad Court to vacate the premises within two weeks.
The 46-year-old lessee, Eduard van E., of Rotterdam, had refused to voluntarily vacate the shed in the rural village of Kraggenburg in the north-east of the Netherlands, prompting the owner, G. Tissingh, to take the matter to court in bid to end the rental contract.
The owner was unaware of the illegal activities and that took place in the shed and was swamped by nosy "tourists" and journalists after the public revelations of pornography, rape and animal sex, news agency nu.nl reported on Wednesday.
The judge said a quick eviction is justified, because Van E. did not act as a good lessee. The owner of the shed leased the premises to him because the Rotterdam man had a welding and construction company.
But the sadomasochistic practices that Van E. has reportedly confessed took place in the shed breached the conditions laid out in the contract, the court ruled. The lessee was also ruled accountable for the negative publicity around the shed and its owner.
If Van E. refuses to vacate the shed within 14 days, the owner can then call in the police to force his eviction.
Meanwhile, Van E. and four other suspects — two Belgian brothers Marino, 31 and Philip M., 36, and their Dutch girlfriends Rosie B., 43, and Lorensia F., 24 — are due to appear in court in December on several counts of kidnapping, rape, threat and the assault of young women.
Three young North African asylum seekers were kidnapped in Belgium and forced to undergo various sex acts in the farm shed, until one of the women escaped and alerted police in April
And it was revealed in a pre-trial hearing on Tuesday that the three women possibly escaped a brutal death in which they would have been dismembered in front of a camera and murdered for the purposes of a "snuff" film.
The leaders of the pornographic gang had allegedly already made contact with people who were willing to carry out the crime, newspaper Algemeen Dagblad reported.
[Copyright Expatica News 2004]
Subject: Dutch news