Case Maximus against Nini Fonseca resumes today
WILLEMSTAD – The trial against Burney 'Nini' Fonseca, considered by justice as the link between the intellectual authors and the executors of the murder of politician Helmin Wiels, continues today.
The substantive proceedings today concerns only the role of Burney 'Nini' Fonseca in the murder. He is suspected to be the link between the financiers of the murder of the popular politician Helmin Wiels and the executors of the murder, on May 5, 2013, on the beach of Marie Pampoen. Fonseca is suspected as a link between investigations into the cases Magnus and Maximus where he received a sum of money from the financiers of the murder. Fonseca paid part of this money to the executors, shooter Elvis ‘Monster’ Kuwas and driver ‘Bole’. This transaction is central today. This will show whether justice has the intellectual authors in sight.
The executor of the murder, Elvis 'Monster' Kuwas has been irrevocably sentenced to 30 years. Kuwas was transferred last weekend from the maximum security Penitentiary Vught in the Netherlands to Bonaire.
“Several witnesses will be heard, and various supporting documents will be displayed,” said Public Prosecutor Guiliano Schoop. “All the months-long investigation has resulted in this case which is presented today to the judge. We hope that this case can be completed today. If the treatment takes more time, the case will continue on Friday. For now, the Public Prosecution assumes that this afternoon the sentencing could be pronounced.”
Photo: Burney 'Nini' Fonseca