PVV: Bilal should never have been released

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15 October 2007, THE HAGUE – The man who was shot dead on Sunday after he had stabbed two police officers at a police station in Amsterdam, should never have been released, not even under supervision, according to the faction leader of the Freedom Party PVV, Geert Wilders. Wilders has called on the ministers of justice, home affairs and housing neighbourhoods and integration to give their view on this issue.

15 October 2007

THE HAGUE – The man who was shot dead on Sunday after he had stabbed two police officers at a police station in Amsterdam, should never have been released, not even under supervision, according to the faction leader of the Freedom Party PVV, Geert Wilders. Wilders has called on the ministers of justice, home affairs and housing neighbourhoods and integration to give their view on this issue.

Wilders has asked the ministers in writing on Monday for more details about the man who had been released. Wilders pointed out that this was a "seriously mentally disturbed criminal Moroccan, who had maintained ties with a terrorist organisation like the Hofstad group, had already been known to the police for ten years and had stabbed somebody with a screwdriver at a very young age."


Wilders has again seized this opportunity to plead for the introduction of administrative detention. That is an administrative measure making it possible to extend the detention of "street terrorists" who possibly have ties with terrorist organisations. The PVV also wants the government to revoke the Dutch citizenship of criminal Moroccans who belong to the hard core problem youths.


[Copyright Expatica News+ ANP 2007]
Subject: Dutch news

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