Published On: Wed, Aug 6th, 2014

Suspected murder Wiels: “Process is not fair”

Elvis-Monster-Kuwas-Vigilante-374x220WILLEMSTAD - The main suspect in the murder of politician Helmin Wiels, Elvis K., who stands on trial in Curaçao, feels he did not have a fair trial. His case was brought before the court on Monday and Tuesday. The prosecutor demanded a lifelong sentence.

At the end of the second day of the hearing, the suspect spoke directly to prosecutor Gert Rip:

"You say that I have had a fair trial, but I have proof that you paid people."

His lawyer Olga Kostrzweski-Saleh said Tuesday that the Public Prosecutor (OM) has exerted undue pressure and made ​​payments. Also, people have been promised that they would not be prosecuted in exchange for statements detriment of the suspect.

Rip said that no deal was made, no undue pressure was exercised and that no payments have been made. Only necessary expenses were paid to witnesses.

Image: Elvis 'Monster' Kuwas

Click Tag(s) for Related Articles: