OM offers reward for tip in case Maximus
WILLEMSTAD - Helmin Magno Wiels was shot on May 5, 2013 at the pier at Marie Pampoen. The court sentenced Elvis Kuwas on August 29, 2014 to life in prison for the murder of the politician. This sentencing was confirmed by the Court of Appeal on February 201, 2015.
In the investigation, the OM is now focusing on who are those who paid for the murder. OM suspects that these intellectual murders have hired two intermediaries, who in turn have hired Elvis Kuwas to carry out the order. The OM suspects that the intellectual murderers have paid a large sum of money to the two intermediaries. The case Maximus focuses on the money trail between the intellectual perpetrators and the various suspects.
Probably Kuwas received only a small share of the total amount made available and the majority of this money was divided between the two intermediaries. In the interest of the investigation, it is important to find out where or with whom the remaining money is now housed.
The chief prosecutor of Curaçao offers therefore a reward to the person or persons who can help the OM to detect and seize this money. 50% of this money will be used as the reward to those who have helped solve this case. It has to be determined first if those tips were helpful in the detection of this money.
Informants can contact the police via the anonymous telephone number 108.