Drug trafficker Piet W. free due to insufficient evidence of double liquidation

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Drug trafficker Piet W. free due to insufficient evidence of double liquidation

The Rotterdam court has provisionally released the Surinamese alleged drug trafficker Piet W.. That reports the Parool.

Piet W. was on trial for his role in two liquidations and large-scale drug trafficking, but the judge sees insufficient evidence to keep him in custody any longer. He remains suspicious.

W. is suspected of involvement in the murder of former professional football player Kelvin Maynard, who was shot dead on September 18, 2019 in Amsterdam Southeast.

According to the judiciary, Piet W. also ordered the liquidation of 23-year-old Genciël Feller, who was shot dead in Willemstad on Curaçao in September 2019. The victim allegedly stole drugs.

W. was arrested in October last year. Justice has provided evidence that the stolen consignment of drugs would have belonged to W. and also from other shipments.

Lawyer Ruud van Boom asked the judge to lift the pre-trial detention because there is no evidence, except ‘gossip’. For example, there is anonymous information that professional football player Quincy Promes would have done business with W.

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