Shock at royal photo on paedophile site
26 October 2007, AMSTERDAM – The Dutch royal family was shocked to learn that a photo of Princess Amalia had been posted on the website of paedophile association Martijn.
26 October 2007
AMSTERDAM – The Dutch royal family was shocked to learn that a photo of Princess Amalia had been posted on the website of paedophile association Martijn.
"It is almost inconceivable to think of anything further beyond the limit of decency," said a spokesperson for the government information service RVD on behalf of Crown Prince Willem-Alexander.
The RVD called on the government attorney to take legal action against Martijn.
The photo of the princess, the oldest daughter of Willem-Alexander and Princess Máxima, has since been removed from the public section of the paedophile organisation's website. Also shown on the site were Lucas and Anna, the children of Prince Maurits and Princess Marilène. The RVD says that the photos can still be viewed on the closed area of the site, accessible only to members.
The photos bore the caption ‘our royal family has once again produced a whole generation of little princes and princesses, thank goodness!' There were also allegedly comments of a sexual nature below the photos. These had been removed by Thursday afternoon however.
The RVD was tipped off about the use of the photos by the website stopkindersex.com. Prince Willem-Alexander and Princess Máxima could take the Martijn organisation to court as parents, the RVD said. "They did not after all give permission for a photo of their child to be published."
The board of Martijn was unavailable for comment, but has placed a notice on its website that it is not responsible for the postings of its members.
[Copyright Expatica News 2007]
Subject: Dutch news