COVER-UP OF THE ZANDVOORT CHILD-PORN CASE: KING OF BELGIUM ALSO RESPONSABLE
Brussels januari 30, 2010
It is clear that de Belgian King is supporting childabusers.
In 1998 the King received 7 child-porn CD-Roms that were part of the Zandvoort-case from the non-profit organisation Werkgroep Morkhoven.
These CD-Roms were subsequently handed over by the then Minister of Justice Tony Van Parys (Flemish christian-democrat party) to the Antwerp Attorney-General Christine Dekkers ‘in order to have them examined’.
In 2008, some time before Marcel Vervloesem was incarcerated after having been the target for years of a media slaundering campaign, the High Council of Justice admitted that child-porn CD-roms had disappeared without leaving a trace.
The Werkgroep wrote about this matter to Van Parys who holds the position of expert in Justice-matters in the Justice-Committee of the Senate.
Van Parys replied to us saying that an ‘investigation was being carried out’.
When our Werkgroep asked Van Parys which ‘investigation’ he was referring to, we received no reply.
Our Werkgroep allso wrote to the King to inform him of the fact that de child-porn CD-Roms he had handed over, had disappeared.
We only received a short reply six months later that said ‘that they had received the letter’ without giving any further explanation.
That seemed to be the end of the case.
The almost 90.000 children who appeared on the childporn CD-Roms have never been identified, nor have the childporn-producers and child-abusers in this case ever been tracked down and legally prosecuted.
Marcel Vervloesem is seriously ill. He has been kept locked up in an isolation-cell for 50 days in all, and he has been tied down to the operating-table, medical machines, his hospital-bed and his wheel-chair for 951 hours. At this moment he is locked-up in the prison of Sint-Gillis where he is held isolated.
He isn’t allowed to receive any visiters whomsoever, nor to make any telephone-calls, nor to send or recieve any letters.
He isn’t allowed to leave his cell. He is no longer allowed to do the physical exercise he used to do as a therapy and which is necessary in his condition, The prison doesn’t provide special food for diabetics.
If things had been done as they should be done, and if they had taken into account the condition of Mr Vervloesem’s health, he would have been transferred to Sint-Gillis for only a day and been brought back the same day to the Turnhout-prison.
In a few weeks they are going to repeat exactly the same procedure: they will transfer Mr Vervloesem to the prison of Hasselt despite of the fact that they could bring him to Antwerp on the day that he is due to appear there before the court for the implementation of criminal punishments, and back again to Turnhout on that same day.
This way of treating Mr Vervloesem could be fatal to him, especially at this moment where he is still recovering from the ill consequences of his one week stay in the isolation-cell of the Turnhout prison, where he had been locked-up with the consent of Justice-minister Stefaan De Clerck (Flemish christian-democrat party).
The Royal Court seems to be seriously worried by the fact that the Zandvoort-case is increasingly attracting the attention of the international public, and at the same time by the fact that that is also the case with the systematic way in which they try to eliminate Marcel Vervloesem despite the fact that he had been interviewed about the Zandvoort-case by the Dutch police on their own initiative only shortly before his incarceration.
Hence, it seems as if De Clerck, who has been kept thoroughly informed about this case since the day he became Minister of Justice, is to give Marcel Vervloesem the fatal blow.
President of the non-profit organisation Werkgroep Morkhoven.
The Belgian Royal House: