Director of CBCS to appear in Court in October Curacao

Director of CBCS to appear in Court in October Curacao

Director of CBCS to appear in Court in October

Director of CBCS to appear in Court in October
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PHILIPSBUG, St. Maarten –  The Courtcase against Emsley Tromp (investigation Safier) will be on October 26 and 27. 30 and 31 st will be reserved for just in case more time is need for the case.
The judge took this decision today in Willemstad.
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WILLEMSTAD – The Netherlands is again conducting a ‘political process’ in Curaçao. That was the statement of the lawyer of Emsley Tromp, the director of the Central Bank of Curaçao and Sint Maarten, on Tuesday.

According to the Public Prosecutor’s Office, Tromp has committed tax fraud and “the country of Curaçao” has been affected by about almost 3 million dollars.
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The court session of Tuesday was a so-called pro forma session. The substantive treatment of the charge against Tromp (57), who has been in charge of the Central Bank for a quarter of a century, will be discussed later. Nevertheless, Tromp’s lawyer Niels van der Laan spoke in his preliminary defense of “huge interests” in the case.

According to the lawyer, it is a political process, “driven by higher powers”

According to the Public Prosecution (OM), Tromp intentionally did not declare all incomes he received in his job for the period 2006 to 2014 for his pension to the tax. His defense claims that Tromp has to do that just after his retirement.

But under this substantive disagreement is a deeper issue, which was also discussed in the process against the Curaçao’s former Prime Minister Gerrit Schotte at the end of last week. According to Emsley Tromp’s lawyer, there is a political process, “driven by higher powers”.

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Bank director Tromp is also known as ‘the lower king of Curaçao’

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The name was given by the Dutch government. Curaçao has been an autonomous country in the kingdom since 2010. Foreign Affairs and Defense are taken care of by the Netherlands. But many people see the OM as a puppet of the Netherlands that wants to keep influence on what it regards as effective or ineffective public administration.

Those who do not fit the Dutch system are being attacked, Gerrit Schotte complained last Friday about his conviction in appeal because of official corruption and money laundering. The defense of Central Bank Director Tromp, also known as the “lower king of Curaçao”, followed a similar line on Tuesday.

‘Unfair, Negligent and Hastily’

Striking is that Schotte and Tromp are rivals

Earlier, the defense called the prosecution against Tromp ‘improperly, negligently and hastily’. The OM did not do its homework carefully, so attorney Van der Laan made clear on Tuesday. His words formed an echo of what Geert-Jan Knoops, the lawyer of Gerrit Schotte, suggested earlier.

It is remarkable, however, that Schotte and Tromp are rivals in Curaçao. In the period 2010-2012, when Schotte was the first Prime Minister of the autonomous island, he attempted to replace Tromp with a political fellow. But many accusations have been expressed against Tromp’s power and influence in the recent years but this is the first time he has been prosecuted.

He called Emsley Tromp ‘not a dictator’

The defense of attorney Van der Laan seemed to be aware of the show on Tuesday. He called Emsley Tromp ‘not a dictator’, but someone who has done ’25 years of great work ‘. According to him, the question is whether or not fraudulent retention of income is a matter for the taxpayer and does not deserve any criminal treatment at all.

The defendant wants the judge Van der Spoel to declare the OM inadmissible.

TGO Berg Altena Public Plea For Information Shooting In Curacao. TGO Berg Altena ta pidi yudansa di publiko. TGO Berg Altena vraagt hulp van bevolking

TGO Berg Altena asks the Curacao public for assistance.
On Saturday, March 18th 2017, a shooting took place in Mount Altena at the Alaska snack.Four (4) people were killed. The KPC, under the leadership of the public prosecutor (s)created a task force to conduct a large scale investigation, bu still needs assistance from the public.
Vs Berg altena is asking residents and companies in the vicinity who have CCTV surveillance cameras are being asked to make any images available to the police. They are especially interested in images taken right before and after the shooting in the vicinity of the incident. Also any recordings made with telephones are welcome. They’ve received footage, but the police can still use additional footage.
During thhe course of this investigation, arrests have been made of persons who have stolen personal property from the victims. The phones are still being investigated. A number of witnesses have been heard, but the police are looking for more witnesses, especially eyewitnesses who were present when the incident occurred.
Korps Politie Curacao appeals for witnesses or people with any information concerning this case to contact the Police Station and ask for extension 917. You can also assist by dialing extension 108. a
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TGO Berg Altena vraagt hulp van bevolking
Op zaterdag 18 maart 2017 heeft een schietpartij plaatsgevonden op Berg Altena ter hoogte van Alaska Snack waarbij 4 personen om het leven zijn gebracht. Het KPC, heeft onder leiding van het Openbaar Ministerie (OM) een Team Grootschalig Onderzoek (TGO) Berg Altena in het leven geroepen om de zaak te onderzoeken. Het team werkt hard om de zaak op te lossen maar heeft de hulp nodig van de bevolking.
TGO Berg Altena vraagt bewoners en bedrijven in de wijde omgeving met camerabewaking om de beelden beschikbaar te stellen aan de politie. Het gaat met name om beelden voor en na de schietpartij in de wijde omgeving van het incident. Ook opnames welke gemaakt zijn met telefoontoestellen zijn welkom. Er zijn beelden ontvangen, maar de politie kan nog meer beelden gebruiken.
In het kader van het onderzoek hebben aanhoudingen plaatsgevonden van personen die persoonlijke eigendommen van de slachtoffers hebben gestolen. Het onderzoek naar de telefoons loopt nog. Een aantal getuigen is gehoord maar de politie zoekt nog meer getuigen, met name ooggetuigen van het incident.
KPC en het OM roepen getuigen of personen met informatie om deze door te geven via telefoon 917. Eventueel kan informatie ook anonie. Worden gegeven via telefoon 108.

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TGO Berg Altena ta pidi yudansa di publiko
Djasabra 18 di maart 2017 tabatin un tiroteo ku a tuma luga na Berg Altena na altura di Alaska Snack den kual un total di 4 persona a bin perde nan bida. KPC bou di liderasgo di Ministerio Publiko (OM) a lanta un team Grootschalig Onderzoek (TGO) Berg Altena.
Relashoná ku e investigashon aki ta pidi awor koperashon di suidadanonan ku tin kas of negoshi den besindario of poko mas lew di e luga di krimen i ku ta dispone di un instalashon di camera ku a kapta imagenan un poko prome, durante i despues di e insidente pa por fabor entrega esaki na polis. Esaki ta konta tambe pa grabashon ku a ser hasi ku telefon selular. Polis a risibi algun grabashon pero ta pidi otro suidadano mas grabashon pa entregá esaki.
Den kuadro di e investigashon ariba menshoná a hasi detenshon di algun persona relashoná ku hortamentu di pertenensia di viktimanan. Ta buska den kuadro di esaki mas informashon. Den kuadro di esaki a skucha tambe varios testigu, pero ta yama otro testigu ku no a duna deklarashon pa hasi esaki.
Polis i Ministerio Publiko (OM) kier rekorda tur persona ku kier duna kualkier informashon pa yama telefon 917. Esaki por tambe anonimo via telefon 108.

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Shooting in Curacao TGO Berg Altena ta pidi yudansa di publiko

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Former Prime Minister Sees Himself As A Victim Of Political Process

WILLEMSTAD – Former Prime Minister of Curaçao Gerrit Schotte said on Wednesday at the end of the appeal of his criminal case that he is the victim of a politically motivated process.

WILLEMSTAD – Former Prime Minister of Curaçao Gerrit Schotte said on Wednesday at the end of the appeal of his criminal case that he is the victim of a politically motivated process.

“Everything has been taken out of their context!” Schotte said that all he did was raise money and get donations for his political party MFK. According to the former Prime Minister, “no one ever expected anything in return.”

The Public Prosecution (OM) accuses him of corruption, bribery, forgery and money laundering. The Court of First Instance convicted Schotte of these charges. He received money from Francesco Corallo, an Italian businessman who lives in Sint Maarten and who is also behind bars awaiting his extradition to his home country.

The OM again demands the same punishment as in the Court of First Instance and the revocation of his passive voting rights.

Schotte’s life partner, Cicely van der Dijs, received 18 months of which nine is conditional.

Van der Dijs told the court it was “hard to see that my husband who is committed to Curaçao is being sentenced as a criminal.”

The court will pronounce sentencing on July 21.Source Curacao Chronicle

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Curacao Pastor Sentenced, ‘Rape In Order To Drive Out The Devil’

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“rape in order to drive out devil”

A Pastor in curaçao appears to have dozens of women raped ” to the devil to drive out. His youngest victim was only eleven years old.

Against The 54-Year-old leader of the rains of yesterday’s blessingskerk court in curaçao eighteen years in prison.

The blessingskerk also has branches in tilburg, The Hague, Rotterdam and Amsterdam, so writes the nis.

Two years ago, one girl charges against Orlando b. Then poured another 19 taxes in. The “Church” would in 2003 already started with the abuse.

The Pastor was raping the girls ” to the devil out of them ‘, according to the prosecution. He scared them by saying that they were possessed of demons that he in their body had stopped. According to the nis would orlando wake the demons as the women go to the police.

He also added a lot of violence. Girls came after the rape at while they were covered in blood, so pale during the session of the court.

One girl got pregnant five times. Orlando paid the abortions or the morning after pill.

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‘Verkrachting om duivel uit te drijven’
Een pastor op Curaçao blijkt tientallen vrouwen te hebben verkracht ‘om de duivel uit te drijven’. Zijn jongste slachtoffer was maar elf jaar oud.
Tegen de 54-jarige leider van de Rains of Blessingskerk is gisteren voor de rechtbank in Curaçao achttien jaar cel geeist.
De Blessingskerk heeft ook dependances in Tilburg, Den Haag, Rotterdam en Amsterdam, zo schrijft de NOS.
Twee jaar geleden deed één meisje aangifte tegen Orlando B. Daarna stroomden nog eens 19 aangiftes binnen. De ‘kerkleider’ zou in 2003 al zijn begonnen met het misbruik.
De pastor verkrachtte de meisjes ‘om de duivel uit hen te drijven’, aldus het openbaar ministerie. Hij maakte ze bang door te zeggen dat ze bezeten waren van demonen die hij in hun lichaam had gestopt. Volgens de NOS zou Orlando de demonen wakker maken als de vrouwen aangifte deden.
Ook gebruikte hij veel geweld. Meisjes kwamen na de verkrachting bij terwijl ze onder het bloed zaten, zo bleek tijdens de zitting van de rechtbank.
Eén meisje raakte vijf keer zwanger. Orlando betaalde de abortussen of de morning-afterpil.
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RST ta distansiá su mes for di publikashon korant Vigilante

RST And The Helmin Wiels (Curacao Prime Minister) Assassination Case

RST no a duna Vigilante e prosès verbal di Monalisa Kuwas, kasá di Elvis ‘Mònster’ Kuwas, ni tampoko a kambia deklarashonnan ku Monalisa Kuwas a hasi durante interogashonnan ku a tuma lugá relashoná ku asesinato di helmin Wiels. Esaki ta loke RST ta bisa.

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E detenshon di e sospechoso Michael L. e siman akí ta kousando hopi konsternashon, despues ku korant Vigilante a publiká ku kasá di Elvis ‘Mònster’ Kuwas lo a menshoná nòmber di Michael L. Konsekuentemente lo a detené L. Monalisa Kuwas a sali den publisidat e siman aki, ora na Radio Mas el a splika Dwight Rudolphina kon indigná i rabiá e ta ku Vigilante tin e prosès verbal di RST.

Segun Monalisa Kuwas, Vigilante ta bisa ku e tin e prosès verbal di RST den kua Monalisa ta menshoná nòmber. Monalisa mes ta desmentí esaki i ta akusá RST di a kambia su deklarashonnan, dado kaso loke Vigilante ta skirbi ta bèrdat.

RST ta nenga kategórikamente ku a kambia deklarashonnan di Monalisa Kuwas i tambe ku e lo a duna Vigilante e prosès verbal di interogashon di Monalisa Kuwas. RST ta bisa ku Monalisa Kuwas por lesa su deklarashonnan dia e ke i ku e lo mira den e prosès verbal ku no tin nòmber di Michael L. skirbí.

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Curacao General Strike Ends in Accord

WILLEMSTAD—Thursday’s the general strike of labour unions in Curaçao ended in the evening after agreement was reached during an urgent meeting between government and the social partners.

WILLEMSTAD—Thursday’s the general strike of labour unions in Curaçao ended in the evening after agreement was reached during an urgent meeting between government and the social partners.
The island’s employers represented by business association VBC pledged 1.8 million Antillean guilders to bridge the remaining gap between contractors’ association AAV and the SGTK union representing their workers at the Isla oil refinery. Parties had already agreed on a two-year Collective Labour Agreement (CLA) with annual pay raises of 6 and 3 per cent, but the SGTK wanted a lump sum of NAf 3,000 per person for the last two years without a new CLA, while AAV would give only NAf 500.

Exactly how the private sector came up with the money to cover the balance was not immediately clear, but the funds were to be transferred to the union’s lawyer today, Friday. SGTK was to hold a general meeting this afternoon on arranging the payments.

Earlier a judge had rejected the petition by AAV to order the SGTK union to end the strike of its members that lasted almost three weeks. The court ruled that the strike was not unlawful in light of the dispute related to the CLA.

The verdict did not concern the general strike by 23 unions gathered at seven locations.

There was also another injunction filed by Curaçao Airport Partners (CAP) against civil servant union ABVO asking to forbid a strike because CAP was not a party in any labour conflict. However, ABVO said it had not called its members at the airport to join the strike or at least not intended to so do and CAP was operating normally, so the judge dismissed the case

A third summary proceeding of the unions against the island-wide ban by Justice Minister Nelson Navarro on crowds with the goal to demonstrate was held pending a meeting called by government, which led to an agreement and ended the strike. The public order decree was subsequently withdrawn.

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Navarro, Prime Minister Ben Whiteman, Finance Minister Jose Jardim and Labour Minister Ruthmilda Larmonie-Cecilia represented government during the meeting at Kura Hulanda that led to a solution.

In addition to the SGTK issue and Navarro’s public order decree, the general strike was aimed at a law unanimously passed by Parliament to regulate all government-owned companies, foundations and other entities, whereby the freedom to negotiate employment conditions with the unions would allegedly be restricted.

The PS/PAIS/PAR/PNP/Sulvaran coalition leaders in Parliament held a press conference during which they announced that the national ordinance not yet signed into law should be discussed with experts of the unions and re-evaluated if necessary. They asked the Council of Ministers to work in that direction.

During the meeting a newer version of the draft ordinance with several modifications was presented and parties agreed to have a dialogue on the matter and address the concerns before it is signed into law.

Source: The Daily Herald

 

Bon Trabou di Polis! Good Job by the Curacao Police in Massive Drug Bust.

7 Arma i 184 kilo cocaina, 11 kilo mariwana i 18.000 florin konfiská awe !

7 Weapons plus 184 Kilos of cocaine, 11 Kilos Marijuana and fls/naf 18.000 Guilders confiscated today!

Bon trabou di polis ! Great Job By Curacao Police in Drug Bust

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7 Arma i 184 kilo cocaina, 11 kilo mariwana i 18.000 florin konfiská awe !

7 Weapons plus 184 Kilos of cocaine, 11 Kilos Marijuana and fls/naf 18.000 Guilders confiscated today!
Djamars den oranan di mardugá un unidat polisial ku tabata kore riba Schottegatweg-Noord a tuma nota di dos vehíkulo sospechoso i a duna e shofùrnan òrdu pa para. E shofùrnan no a duna oido na esaki i inmediatamente a kuminsá un persekushon i ku yudansa di un otro unidat a logra para un di e vehíkulonan aki riba e krusada Schottegatweg-Noord/Suffisantweg.
Durante di kontrol riba e vehíkulo aki, a bin topa den e outo aki:
1 shotgun; 6 pistol; Un kantidat grandi di munishon; 184 kilo di kokaina i 11 kilo di mariwana.
Na e sitio a detené alrededor di 01.35’or, e hòmbernan L.M.Q.Y di 16 aña i B.G.Y. di 19 aña, ámbos nase na Kòrsou.
E otro vehíkulo a sigui kore bai i den besindario di Bullenbaai e okupantenan a baha bai, drenta mondi i los algun tiru riba polis.
Kontinuando ku e investigashon a tene un entrada hudisial na diferente adrès i a konfiská 18 mil florin na plaka kèsh. A konfiská mas leu tur droga, arma i e dos vehíkulonan. Investigashon den e kaso aki ta kontinuá

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