‘Kasteelmoord’ in Belgium for ordinary court
The process surrounding the so-called kasteelmoord in Belgium is still heard by a general court and not by a volksjury. The court in Gent turned Friday a decision on this matter by the judiciary in Bruges from november back.
For the murder of the Belgian lord Stijn Saelens in 2012, four suspects. Among them the Dutchman, Roy L., the murder would have done with his now deceased uncle Ronny B. from Eindhoven. L. has known partly. Evert C. from Zeeland would be like ‘moordmakelaar’ have occurred.
The father-in-law of the victim, André G., the command would have given to the murder in the Flemish Wingene. His son Peter is no longer prosecuted. The fourth suspect, Pierre S. the role as an intermediary.
When the lawsuit starts is still unclear.