The Public Prosecution Service (OM) on Thursday demanded fifteen years in prison and TBS with forced nursing against Jos B. for kidnapping, abusing and killing Nicky Verstappen in 1998. Our court reporter Lisa van der Wal followed the entire trial and sat at 3 p.m. on Friday. ready for an hour on the response platform NUjij to answer all your questions about the Nicky Verstappen case.
The questions session is now over and the reaction option under this article is closed. The questions and answers can of course still be read below.
The questions session is now over and the reaction option under this article is closed.
The questions and answers can of course still be read below.
What was that again?
In the summer of 1998, the body of eleven-year-old Nicky Verstappen was found on the Brunssummerheide, where the boy was at camp.
The relatives lived in uncertainty for a long time, only in 2018 there was a breakthrough in the investigation into the death of Nicky.
The traces found on Nicky's body and clothing turned out to match with the now 57-year-old Jos B., who lived near the heath at the time.
The man was arrested after a search in Spain.
The lawsuit, in which all the cards are put on the table, started substantively at the end of September and resulted in a sentence on Thursday.
B. denies being involved and says he found the child's body during a bicycle ride.
His DNA may have gotten onto Nicky's body as he trimmed his clothes, said B.
See also: Requirement of 15 years and tbs for abusing and killing Nicky Verstappen
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