Published On: Mon, Sep 9th, 2013

Pisas: ‘I knew that something would happen, but nobody wanted to listen’

PisasWILLEMSTAD – The member of Parliament for MFK, Pik Pisas was not surprised by the death of Luigi L. Florentina, alias Pretu. “The cell in Barber does not meet the requirements. When I mentioned this last week, I received no support from Parliament,” Pisas said.

Pisas regrets the situation and says that when he was a detective working in Banda Abou, between 1994 and 2010, he has experienced everything. "Prisoners have fled and others were hanged," are just some examples. "The European Commission of Human Rights, in response to the many complaints, did an investigation into the detention center. They came to the conclusion that the place does not meet the requirements and have rejected it.”

“I have seen how prisoners were depressed, they destroyed the place or they attempted suicide. There were often requests for transfer.” A day before Pretu was transferred, Pisas warned the Minister of Justice that the detention center was not the correct place for a high profile suspect like Pretu. “I just knew something would happen, but not what. It frustrates me that no one has supported me. I wonder what they will say during the public meeting. In any case, the main suspect in the investigation into the murder of Wiels and Raul 'Bolle' Martinez is now dead,” said Pisas.

Parliament meets today on this issue.

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