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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Ombudsman function St. Maarten lacking adequate profile

KRALENDIJK – The first ombudsman of St. Maarten, Nilda Arduin, will leave her post in October this year. She has done various pioneering work for the department, which her successor will have to continue with.

KRALENDIJK – The first ombudsman of St. Maarten, Nilda Arduin, will leave her post in October this year. She has done various pioneering work for the department, which her successor will have to continue with.

In recruiting the new man or woman for the post, the function lacks a good profile. “Our legislation can be strengthened with, for example, a good profile for the function. Who should be put on that position? That can be clarified.”

Arduin was sworn in on October 10, 2010, when St. Maarten became an autonomous country. “Setting up of a new institute is a challenge. We have in placed in a ten-year strategic plan. We have included that a thorough evaluation be carried out after 7 years. This is now ongoing.”

The biggest bottlenecks have been resolved, said Arduin, such as how the ombudsman is financed. The key points of awareness that the ombudsman was able to achieve: “What does the ombudsman actually do? The term propriety is not a household term. That indicates what the bottlenecks are.”

Arduin is chairman of the Caribbean Ombudsman Association (CarOA), who held the biennial conference in Bonaire this week. Majority of the Caribbean islands have an ombudsman, 25 in total. Nineteen of them are members of CarOA.

Unfortunately, despite legislation Aruba has still not appointed an ombudsman. Arduin and ombudsman Reinier van Zutphen of the BES, who also attended the conference, worry about Aruba not having an ombudsman: “Those who want to file a complaint are inconvenienced by the absence of an ombudsman. This is not desirable. It is very important for citizens of Aruba, because there are serious things going on”, according to Van Zutphen.

Ombudsman Association (CarOA) at Bonaire. Photo: OLB
Reviewing legislation
The members at the conference agreed on a joint effort to resolve the challenges and bottlenecks. “Everyone has to review the legislation closely. Certain ombudsman from the Caribbean could not attend this week, because their respective governments did not permit them to. If that’s the case, then you must rely on your own support”, said Van Zutphen.Source Caribbean Network

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Ombudsman function St. Maarten lacking adequate profile

Bonaire Politieberichten maandag 12 juni tot en met woensdag 13 juni 2017 / Notisianan di polis di djaluna 12 di yüni te ku djárason 14 di yüni 2017

Politieberichten maandag 12 juni tot en met woensdag 13 juni 2017 / Notisianan di polis di djaluna 12 di yüni te ku djárason 14 di yüni 2017

Bonaire – Op maandag 12 juni werd aangifte gedaan van inbraak in een woning aan de Kaya Dr. J.G. Hernandez. Er zijn onder andere een zwarte laptop van het merk Asus, een grijze laptop van het merk HP, een goud/zilveren horloge van het merk Anne Klein, enkele sieraden, een rugtas, een oude telefoon van het merk Samsung, een make up tasje van het merk MAC en een zilverkleurige power charger weggenomen. De inbraak heeft tussen 7.00 uur een 11.45 uur plaatsgevonden.
Er werd ook aangifte gedaan van inbraak bij een winkel in Sorobon. Hier zijn verschillende kledingstukken weggenomen. De inbraak heeft tussen zondag 11 juni omstreeks, 18.15 uur en maandag 12 juni, omstreeks 6.30 uur plaatsgevonden.
Later op de dag vond een aanrijding met een scooter plaats op de Bulevar E.E.G. Twee toeristen kwamen, door weinig tot geen ervaring, in de berm terecht en vielen. Ze hadden allebei diverse schaafwonden opgelopen en de medepassagier had ook een gebroken sleutelbeen. Ze werden beiden door de ambulance naar het ziekenhuis gebracht voor medische behandeling.
Omstreeks 22.00 uur kwam een melding van een gewapende beroving op een woning aan de Kaya Chroom bij de politiecentrale binnen. Twee gemaskerde mannen helemaal in het zwart gekleed, beiden gewapend met vuurwapens, eisten cannabis en geld van de bewoners. De man van het huis kreeg cannabis verstrekt van zijn huisarts om medische redenen. Er is onder andere een portemonnee weggenomen.
Op dinsdag 13 juni werden tussen 9.45 uur en 10.45 uur vier wieldoppen weggenomen vanaf een auto van het merk Toyota Yaris, die op een parkeerplaats aan de Kaya Soeur Bartola geparkeerd stond.
Ook vonden er twee aanrijdingen plaats; één tussen een auto en een loader op de Kaya Dr. J.G. Hernandez omstreeks 7.45 uur en één tussen twee auto’s op de Kaya G.F. Croes omstreeks 11.00 uur. Bij beide aanrijdingen hadden betrokken letsel en werden door de ambulance naar het ziekenhuis gebracht of ter plekke behandeld.
Later op de dag werd aangifte gedaan van inbraak in een toeristenaccommodatie aan de Bulevar E.E.G. waar er onder andere een zilverkleurige iPad van het merk Apple, een iReader van het merk Amazon, een zwarte mobiele telefoon en contant geld zijn weggenomen. De inbraak heeft tussen 18.30 uur en 21.15 uur plaatsgevonden.
Op woensdag 14 juni werd aangifte gedaan van inbraak in een woning aan de Kaya Alemania. Er zijn onder andere een mobiele telefoon van het merk Blue en een portemonnee met contant geld als inhoud weggenomen.
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Boneiru – Riba djaluna 12 di yüni a drenta keho di kiebro den un kas situá na Kaya Dr. J.G. Hernandez. A bai ku entre otro un lèptòp kolo pretu di marka Asus, un lèptòp kolo shinishi di marka HP, un oloshi kolo oro/plata di marka Anne Klein, algun joya, un tas di lomba, un telefòn selular bieu di marka Samsung, un tas di makiahe di marka MAC i un kargadó kolo di plata. E kiebro a tuma lugá entre 7 or i 11.45 or di mainta.
A drenta keho tambe di un kiebro den un pakus situá na Sorobon. For di aki a bai ku diferente paña. E kiebro a tuma lugá entre djadumingu 11 di yüni, pa mas o ménos 6.15 or di atardi i djaluna 12 di yüni, pa mas o ménos 6.30 or di mainta.
Mas lat riba e mesun dia un aksidente ku un skuter a tuma lugá riba Bulevar E.E.G. Dos turista a dal den asera dor di falta di eksperensia i a kai. Ámbos víktima tabatin raskunan na nan kurpa i e pasahero tabatin un wesu di wea di funchi kibra. Ambulans a transportá ámbos víktima pa hospital pa tratamentu médiko.
Pa mas o ménos 10 or di anochi sentral di polis a risibí notifikashon di un atrako arma riba un kas situá na Kaya Chroom. Dos hòmber ku kara tapa, full na pretu i armá ku arma di kandela, tabata eksigí cannabis i sèn for di e habitantenan. E hòmber di kas ta haña cannabis riba reseta di su dòkter pa motibunan médiko. Nan a bai ku un pòtmòni.
Riba djamars 13 di yüni, entre 9.45 or i 10.45 or di mainta, a bai ku kuater tapa di wil for di un outo di marka Toyota Yaris ku tabata stashoná riba un sitio di stashoná situá na Kaya Soeur Bartola.
Tambe dos aksidente a tuma lugá; un entre un outo di famia i un ‘loader’ riba Kaya Dr. J.G. Hernandez, alrededor di 7.45 or di mainta i un entre dos outo riba Kaya G.F. Croes, alrededor di 11 or di mainta. Den ámbos kaso ambulans a bin na e sitio i sea a hiba víktimanan hospital pa tratamentu médiko òf a trata víktima (nan) na e sitio mes.
Mas lat riba e mesun dia a drenta keho di kiebro den un akomodashon turístiko situá na Bulevar E.E.G. for di kaminda a bai ku entre otro un iPad kolo di plata di marka Apple, un iReader di marka Amazon, un telefòn selular kolo pretu i sèn kèsh. E kiebro a tuma lugá entre 6.30 or i 9.15 or di anochi.
Riba djárason 14 di yüni a drenta keho di kiebro den un kas situá na Kaya Alemania. A bai ku entre otro un telefòn selular di marka Blue i un pòtmòni ku sèn kèsh

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Politieberichten maandag 12 juni tot en met woensdag 13 juni 2017 / Notisianan di polis di djaluna 12 di yüni te ku djárason 14 di yüni 2017

Body believed to be 17-year-old Leanna Napoleon found St Kitts

Body believed to be 17-year-old Leanna Napoleon found

Body believed to be 17-year-old Leanna Napoleon found

BASSETERRE, ST. KITTS, June 15th 2017 – A body believed to be that of missing 17-year-old Napoleon has been found.

Full details are not yet available, but multiple sources have confirmed that a body believed to be that of the missing teenage was found in a partly decomposed state on Wednesday.Source Erasmus Williams

The BHS student was last seen on May 8th. She was born on September 8th 1999.

Body believed to be 17-year-old Leanna Napoleon found

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Gay Russian National, HIV Positive Barred From Entering St Thomas By Federal Customs Agents. Flown Back To Miami Jail.

Gay Russian National, HIV Positive Barred From Entering St Thomas By Federal Customs Agents. Flown Back To Miami Jail.

CHARLOTTE AMALIE — A gay Russian national with HIV was detained by federal customs officials in St. Thomas and could be deported back to Putin’s Communist authoritarian state under new protocols established by President Donald Trump, the Virgin Islands Free Press has learned.Gay Russian National HIV Positive Barred From Entering St Thomas By Federal Customs Agents Flown Back To Miami Jail Davydov

Denis Davydov, who fled Russia as an H.I.V.-positive gay man, had been on his way back to San Jose, Calif., from a vacation in the U.S. Virgin Islands, according to human rights experts interviewed by the V.I. Free Press.

Because the Virgin Islands is an American territory, travelers heading back to the mainland must pass through U.S. Customs and Border Protection — also part of Homeland Security — and when Davydov did that — he was immediately arrested.

Agents flew him to Miami and sent him to Krome Detention Center, shackled and chained at the wrists and ankles.

Despite his pending asylum case, Davydov still appeared in the system as having overstayed his original visa.

“They would not let him go because he would still be found inadmissible to the United States,” Jaime Ruiz, a spokesman for Customs and Border Protection, said.

Davydov has been released but still faces potential deportation by the Trump Administration.

“My fear is that going forward this is business as usual,” said Aaron Morris, executive director at Immigration Equality, a nonprofit group that provides free legal representation to lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender people. The group is handling more than 650 open asylum cases. “We’re doing our best to advise the community about this new danger without scaring them all.”

Another case in point is Marco Coello, then a skinny 18-year-old high school student, who was grabbed by plainclothes agents of the Venezuelan security services as he joined a 2014 demonstration against the government in Caracas.

They put a gun to his head. They attacked him with their feet, a golf club, a fire extinguisher. They tortured him with electric shocks. Then Coello was jailed for several months, and shortly after his release, he fled to the United States.

Human Rights Watch extensively documented his case in a report that year. The State Department included him in its own human rights report on Venezuela in 2015.

With such an extensive paper trail of mistreatment in his home country, his lawyer, Elizabeth Blandon, expected a straightforward asylum interview when Coello appeared at an immigration office this April in Miami.

“I had this very naïve idea that we were going to walk in there and the officer was going to say, ‘It’s an honor to meet you,’” said Blandon, an immigration law expert in Weston, Fla.

Instead, he was arrested and taken to a detention facility on the edge of the Everglades. He was now a candidate for deportation. “Every time they would move me around, I would fear that they were going to take me to deport me,” said Coello, now 22.

Coello’s case drew extensive media coverage in both Miami and Caracas and, eventually, the intervention of Sen. Marco Rubio of Florida. Rubio helped secure Coello’s release, though he could still be deported.

The case may have been a sign of just how far the government is willing to go to carry out President Trump’s crackdown on illegal immigration.

“It’s very unusual — almost unprecedented — that ICE would arrest an asylum applicant who is at a U.S.C.I.S. office waiting for their asylum interview,” Stephen Yale-Loehr, an immigration law professor at Cornell Law School, said.

He was referring to two agencies that are part of the Department of Homeland Security but, as Coello discovered, have very different missions: United States Citizenship and Immigration Services, which handles citizenship and asylum cases, and U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE), which arrests people believed to be in the country without permission.

In the first three months of the Trump administration, ICE agents arrested some 41,000 people, an increase of nearly 40 percent over the same period last year.

At the same time, the administration has expressed a desire to be stricter about allowing people into the country with asylum claims, as most such claims are ultimately rejected.

When Coello was taken to Krome, another asylum seeker was already there — Davydov.

Coello’s case is all the more striking considering that Trump has attacked Venezuela’s president, Nicolás Maduro, who has used anti-terrorism laws and military tribunals to prosecute political rivals.

Trump has even called for the release of the opposition leader Leopoldo López from prison. Coello said that his Venezuelan interrogators tried to coerce him into implicating López but that he refused.

Coello’s problems in the United States most likely began when he became drowsy working as a driver for the ride-hailing service Lyft and pulled over to sleep in a parking lot.

A police officer rapped on his window, telling him it was private property and writing him a ticket. He was convicted of misdemeanor trespassing and paid a fine of $100 and $92 in court costs, according to court records in Fairfax, Va.

That conviction brought him to the attention of ICE. “Marco Coello has one misdemeanor criminal conviction and did not depart the country in accordance with his visa,” said Nestor Yglesias, an ICE spokesman, referring to the tourist visa he had arrived on. “As a result, he violated the terms of his nonimmigrant status in the United States.”

Paul Wickham Schmidt, a retired immigration judge who is now an adjunct law professor at Georgetown University, said that ICE agents could legally arrest individuals in asylum proceedings. “Otherwise everyone could absolutely immunize themselves from removal just by filing with the asylum office,” Schmidt said.

But arresting Coello was also indicative of the Trump administration’s new priorities, he said. “As Jeff Sessions keeps pointing out, anyone here illegally shouldn’t feel safe,” Schmidt said, referring to the attorney general under Trump.

Coello was a high school student in El Hatillo in southeastern Caracas when he joined marches and demonstrations across Venezuela on Feb. 12, 2014, to protest Maduro, a close ally of Hugo Chávez who took office after Chávez’s death in 2013.

The protests that day turned ugly, with violence between government forces and civilian protesters, who in some cases threw Molotov cocktails. Coello, who said he was not involved in the disturbance, was struck on the leg by a tear-gas canister and fell to the ground. Security personnel in plainclothes began to beat him and took him into custody.

According to a report by Human Rights Watch, based on interviews with Coello and five others arrested, the security forces put a gun to his head and doused him in gasoline. “They wrapped a thin mat around his body, tied it with tape, and approximately 10 officers kicked him and beat him with sticks, a golf club, and a fire extinguisher on his ribs and upper body,” the report said. He was tortured with shocks and told to confess to burning the vehicles. He refused.

Coello was accused of arson, among other charges related to an alleged attack on the Venezuelan attorney general’s office. After months in detention, he was released pending trial and fled to the United States with his father. His mother later joined them.

Following his time in Virginia, where he was studying English, Coello moved to Miami and found a job as an assistant cameraman at a local studio associated with the Spanish-language station Telemundo.

When he and his lawyer, Blandon, arrived at his asylum appointment in April, they were passed off to ICE. “We walk in, she didn’t even introduce herself,” Blandon said of the Citizenship and Immigration Services official who met them. “‘We can’t entertain your claim for asylum. These two gentlemen from ICE can explain.’”Sxm News

After articles appeared in the local and Spanish-language news media — “Joven torturado en Venezuela es arrestado en Miami por inmigración” was the headline of one article in El Nuevo Herald — Rubio, a Republican from the Miami area, contacted Reince Priebus, Trump’s chief of staff.

The next day, Coello was released.

Coello will still have the opportunity to plead for asylum in immigration court. His arrest was legal, but some experts question whether it was the best use of limited resources in an overburdened system.

“In years of doing these, I’ve had probably only a few dozen cases where somebody can point to their name in a State Department human rights report and say, ‘That’s me,’” Schmidt, the former immigration judge, said of Coello.

With a backlog of nearly 600,000 cases in the system, he asked, “Why clog an already clogged court docket with a case that looks like a slam dunk?”
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$500.000 JFK Drug Bust From St Lucia 27 LBS Cocaine Found In Wheelchair

Customs agents and a drug sniffing dog intercepted a woman attempting to smuggle 6 bricks of cocaine — worth nearly $500 thousand in the cushion of her wheelchair.

Yoncela Stanley arrived at the JFK Airport Sunday from St. Lucia, and allegedly had the cocaine tucked under and behind her in the motorized chair. The K9 alerted Customs and Border Protection Officers who noticed the back seat cushion looked “unusual.”

6 bricks and 2 clear bags of coke weighing 27 lbs. and worth $468,000 — were discovered, Stanley was booked for importation of a controlled substance.

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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.

Fuente: Redakshon LOOP via Vigilante

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Francesco Corallo, Wealthiest Dutch Citizen, Italian Mafia Boss, Arrested Dutch St Maarten Sxm, Early Morning Raid. Warrants Issued By The Italian Police

Francesco Corallo, Wealthiest Dutch Citizen, Italian Mafia Boss, Arrested Dutch St Maarten Sxm, Early Morning Raid. Warrants Issued By The Italian Police

 

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Full Story! The Richest Dutch Citizen Francesco Corallo, Mob Boss Arrested. Warrants Issued By The Italian Authorities. Early Morning Raids Baestsen Also Arrested

The searches in St. Maarten that started this morning Tuesday, December 13, 2016 and are being led by the Judge of Instruction are still ongoing.
The home of the suspect F.C. (56) born in Italy is one of the premises that is being searched. The Anti-corruption Taskforce (TBO) of the Kingdom Detectives Cooperation Team has arrested F.C. at the request of Italian authorities. Italy will ask for his extradition. He will be prosecuted in Italy among other things for tax evasion and bribery of several politicians. F.C. is also suspected in Italy for using his businesses for money laundering. The arrests and searches are part of an international coordinated action in Italy, St. Maarten, Netherlands and the French Saint Martin. Several searches are also taking place on French Saint Martin led by an Investigative Judge. There the suspect R.B. (56) born in The Netherlands has been arrested. Furthermore searches have taken place in Italy and suspects have been arrested. Finally in Amsterdam an office building has been searched. These actions are the result of a partnership which started six months ago between the Prosecutor’s Offices of Italy, the Netherlands and St. Maarten. The Anti-corruption Unit of the Attorney General’s Office acted in line with this partnership regarding the arrests, searches, and seizure. This international cooperation between Italy, St. Maarten, French Saint Martin and the Netherlands fits into the joint, intensive approach to combat cross-border corruption and fraud, also called “undermining”. Undermining, including corruption and money laundering, poses a serious threat to the security and economy of the countries in the Caribbean part of the Dutch Kingdom. The TBO of the RST, the National Detectives Agencies of Curaçao and Sint Maarten and the Prosecutor’s Office are partners in the fight against “undermining”.

Full Story! The Richest Dutch Citizen Francesco Corallo, Mob Boss Arrested. Warrants Issued By The Italian Authorities. Early Morning Raids Baestsen Also Arrested

PHILIPSBURG–Atlantis Group owner Francesco Corallo (56) and the Group’s Chief Financial Officer (CFO) Rudolf Baetsen (56) were arrested in St. Maarten on Tuesday.

The Anti-corruption Taskforce (TBO) of the Kingdom Detectives Cooperation Team arrested Corallo at the request of Italian authorities and Italy will ask for his extradition, the Prosecutor’s Office said in a press release on Tuesday. Corallo will be prosecuted in Italy for amongst other things, tax evasion and bribery of several politicians. The Italy-born Corallo is also suspected in Italy for using his businesses for money-laundering.

Full Story! The Richest Dutch Citizen Francesco Corallo, Mob Boss Arrested. Warrants Issued By The Italian Authorities. Early Morning Raids Baestsen Also Arrested

On Tuesday, authorities also searched several of Corallo’s properties in St. Maarten including his home and an office building. The arrests and searches are part of an international coordinated action in Italy, St. Maarten, the Netherlands and French St. Martin, the Prosecutor’s Office said.

Several searches also took place in French St. Martin led by an Investigative

Judge. There is where Baetsen, who was born in the Netherlands, was arrested.

Searches were also conducted in Italy and suspects have been arrested there. An office building was also searched in Amsterdam.

These actions are the result of a partnership which began six months ago between the

Prosecutor’s Offices of Italy, the Netherlands and St. Maarten. The Anti-corruption Unit of the Attorney General’s Office acted in line with this partnership as it relates to the arrests, searches and seizures.

The international cooperation between Italy, St. Maarten, French St. Martin and the

Netherlands fits into the joint, intensive approach to combat cross-border corruption and fraud also called “undermining.” Undermining, including corruption and money-laundering pose a serious threat to the security and economy of the countries in the

Caribbean part of the Dutch Kingdom, the Prosecutor’s Office said.

The TBO of the RST, the National Detectives Agencies of Curaçao and St. Maarten and the Prosecutor’s Office are partners in the fight against undermining.

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