20 years and tbs demanded for killing women and getting rid of body

On Wednesday, the Public Prosecution Service (OM) demanded twenty years in prison and TBS for compulsory treatment against Sjonny W., because the judiciary considered him guilty of killing three women and taking away the body of one of those victims (Sabrina Oosterbeek). Murder cannot be proven in all cases.


On Wednesday, the Public Prosecution Service (OM) demanded twenty years in prison and TBS for compulsory treatment against Sjonny W., because the judiciary considered him guilty of killing three women and taking away the body of one of those victims (Sabrina Oosterbeek). Murder cannot be proven in all cases.

"A motive can only be guessed", the public prosecutor said. "It is clear that two victims were dumped as old."

The OM says that it cannot be explained to society that W. could be released untreated and therefore asked for TBS.

Experts have found an antisocial personality disorder in the man and there has also been excessive use of cocaine and alcohol. Although, according to experts, no causal relationship between the disorders and the offenses can be established, this does not have to be a reason, according to the OM, not to impose TBS.

Suspect arrested after disappearance Oosterbeek

W. was arrested in June 2017 after the disappearance of Sabrina Oosterbeek. The woman's body was never found despite various quests.

The woman visited W. on the night of 7 to 8 March to score drugs. She was never seen again. The OM assumes that the man killed her and made her body disappear.

Before the disappearance of Oosterbeek, the man was also in the picture for the police because of the murders of Monique Roossien in 2003 and Mirela Mos in 2004. In 2016, DNA techniques were re-examined with improved techniques. Traces of W. were found.

Mos's body was found on November 15, 2004. Her body was cut into pieces and spread over garbage bags. There was a man's DNA trace on one of those pockets.

Witnesses saw suspects walking with garbage bags

W. does not deny that he spent the last night before Mos's disappearance with her, but states that the prostitute left after that. This was a few days before the discovery of her body.

The OM calls this unbelievable. Neighbors of the man have seen him walking with garbage bags and a witness says that in W.'s home it stank quite a bit around the disappearance of Mos. The bathroom wall would also have been painted red at that time.

In Mos's car, surprisingly, a minuscule trace of Roossien's blood was found. Further investigation into the woman's body yielded a sperm trail from W..

In the case of Roossien, too, the OM assumes that W. killed her.

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