Dutch prosecution loses Geert Wilders tapes

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Two detectives of the Dutch National Police Internal Investigations Department have lost an important interrogation tape during a KLM flight to Amsterdam. The tape covered the interrogation of Hans Jansen, Dutch Arabist, and his account of a diner that took place on the eve of the start of the Geert Wilderslawsuit. During this diner Tom Schalken supposedly tried to influence Jansen’s view on the matter. Jansen is an expert-witness during the lawsuit. Schalken is the counselor of the Amsterdam Court.

Geert Wilders has pressed charges against Schalken after hearing about the burdened diner. Hence the investigation into the details of it.

Jansen stated that during the interrogation he was asked whether he believes that Schalken violated his legal bandwith.

The content of the tape was not revealed as KLM’s security officers returned the tape to the Dutch National Police Internal Investigations Department.

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