Friday, August 13, 2010

Abuse victims in Belgium to go to European Court of Human Rights

Whether the Board of Indictment considered that de Troy made errors is not clear. If mistakes were made, the Prosecutor General in Brussels can request certain documents to be removed from the file

Lawyer for victims outraged

Walter Van Steenbrugge, the lawyer for the victims, is angry because the victims are not informed about the contents of the case (the investigation of the investigation whose results still remain secret). He starts immediately an emergency procedure before the European Court of Human Rights (ECHR) so that the victims can assert their right to be informed.

According to Van Steenbrugge testifies the prosecutor's decision not to communicate is an "unprecedented arrogance".

In haste
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