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Tristan Bruebach - more than 20 years after at the crime scene

Tristan Bruebach - more than 20 years after at the crime scene (June 27, 2020)
A miserable but never forgotten crime
Our guest author Sunny Beatz follows the traces of the last hours of Tristan Bruebach. Every reader can imagine the perpetrator's atrocities very clearly in this sequence.

We pay the author great respect.

The crime must never be forgotten. Here you can read the story of Tristan Bruebach.






In the afternoon, shortly after four o'clock, I started my journey from Frankfurt / Main - equipped with a city map and my camera - in the direction of Hoechst, to get a personal impression of the scene of the crime and its surroundings in the murder case "Tristan Bruebach".



After a short orientation phase in the entrance area of the station, I first decided to visit the Bruno-Asch-Anlage, which was located in the eastern direction of my position. According to the female witness, the last time Tristan was seen alive here was at 3:20 pm sitting on a park bench.

 


Bruno-Asch-Anlage | © SunnyBeatz



According to the information board, the plant was "overhauled" towards the end of autumn 2019.

So I had to assume that today's appearance is not the same as in 1998. However, a passer-by told me on my inquiry that "not much has changed here. The benches were renewed."

I first walked the path on the right to the end of the layout.

 



Bruno-Asch-Anlage | © SunnyBeatz


There is also an information board, as well as a smaller, paved square with a conspicuously large number of male alcohol drinkers.

When I observed these people, I immediately remembered the description of the above witness, who said that she saw "two foreign-looking, male persons" sitting on the bench with Tristan.

This description could have been a good 90% of the people present at the station and its surroundings on that day.

After his stay at the station, Tristan is said to have set off in a westerly direction to the Unterliederbach tunnel.

At the end of the layout, I went to the opposite side of the tunnel and went back towards the station.







Bruno-Asch-Anlage | © SunnyBeatz



The measured time to pass through the installation (directly, at average speed, measured about 3 minutes).

Tristan is said to have walked between 15:20 and 15:30 from the Bruno-Asch-Anlage to the south entrance of the tunnel. There he finally died.

For this walking distance, I measured the time of about 5 minutes. Depending on the walking speed, the time was reduced to about 4 ½ minutes.



(© OpenStreetMap contributors / License: ODbL, note: www.openstreetmap.org/copyright)


Back at the station building, it becomes immediately noticeable that the entrance area, as well as the immediate surroundings, are exceptionally well frequented. I met here apparent commuters, pausing construction workers, people who were in the various cafés and conveyance stores and countless young people who were loitering there.

Especially the young people seemed to watch the events at the station very closely.



To get to the southern entrance of the tunnel, I walked past the station building and the bus stop and then turned a little further right onto a smaller path.



I want to point out explicitly that the tunnel is by far not as fluctuating as the station area! It is much more isolated and can only be found today if you know the area.
 



Way to the place of the crime (southern entrance of the Liederbach tunnel) | © SunnyBeatz



After following the path mentioned above for a few meters, I first came across the trail mentioned above, from which the 12-year-old witness claims to have seen a man with a black cap and a blond, long ponytail crawling up the path shortly after Tristan's murder.


Path to the place of the crime (southern entrance to Liederbachtunnel) | © SunnyBeatz
 

 


The trail at the south entrance | © SunnyBeatz



Due to the high vegetation in the current season (end of June 2020) it is neither possible to reach the river bed in front of the entrance nor to have a view of the whole southern entrance.
 



Scene of crime (southern entrance of the Liederbach tunnel) | © SunnyBeatz

 




Scene of crime (southern entrance of Liederbach tunnel) | © SunnyBeatz


I then left the trail behind me on the right side and followed the path further on.

Surprisingly, a few steps further on, I found another path towards the river bed before the southern entrance.

Unfortunately, it was not possible to descend there either, as it was an extremely steep slope.





A few meters further on and turning right, I reached a place from where I could take more photos of the river bed in front of the southern entrance. Here I saw for the first time that some parts of the Liederbach were not dry, contrary to my expectations.

 


Riverbed in front of the southern entrance of the Liederbach tunnel | © SunnyBeatz



I looked around there for a while and then decided to go back the way I came and visit the north side of the tunnel.

If you go back the same way, you also pass a playground very close to the tunnel.



The playground near the south entrance of the Liederbach tunnel | © SunnyBeatz


To reach the northern entrance of the Liederbach tunnel, I entered the station building for the first time, which had to be crossed.
 

 



Entrance area Bahnhof Hoechst | © SunnyBeatz



After I entered the entrance area shown above through the right door (seen from the inside), the first thing I noticed was the red convenience store.

After a short comparison with the video recordings of Tristan at the station, it should have been taken from exactly this convenience store.

The wall phones should have been installed in the area next to this kiosk in 1998. Today they are located on the opposite side, next to the travel centre.



I then went through the building towards Adelonstraße, where I turned left at the end.
 



Station Hoechst /exit in the direction of Adelonstraße| © SunnyBeatz



If you follow the route to the northern entrance of the Liederbach tunnel, you will first pass a building of the GRC on the right side of the sidewalk and a little further on a playground, which is located directly at the Liederbach tunnel.

 




The path towards the north entrance / Unterliederbachtunnel| © SunnyBeatz
 


North entrance Unterliederbach tunnel / surroundings | © SunnyBeatz



I first looked at the immediate vicinity of the north entrance, where I noticed that there are relatively many places in the vicinity where (possibly) children are staying. On both sides of the tunnel, there is a children's playground less than two minutes' walk away, and the young people mentioned above also seemed to use these places.



After arriving at the north entrance of the tunnel, I noticed - as on the opposite side - that the gate was open.

Nobody seems to be bothered by the fact, as a passer-by later told me that this had probably been the case for quite a while.



"In the past, they used to close it again and again, although today it is sometimes open for weeks. I don't know when they do that either. I often walk by here with the dog. In the morning, at noon and in the evening I go for a walk, and if it was still open in the evening, it was suddenly closed in the morning with my first round. Do they do it overnight? Must be..."

 



Northern entrance Unterliederbachtunnel - Standing on the bridge | © SunnyBeatz

 



North entrance Unterliederbach tunnel - standing in the river bed | © SunnyBeatz
 

 



Unterliederbachtunnel - Standing behind the grid |  © SunnyBeatz

 

This is where my crime scene inspection ends.

I took some more pictures of the surroundings, talked to a few passers-by on my way back and then drove home - packed with impressions and emotions.



In the following article, I will report about these impressions and my findings.

 

 

 
 
 
 
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Tristan Bruebach

Incredible brutality of a mentally disturbed perpetrator

The murder case to the detriment of the then 13-year-old Tristan Bruebach, who was found dead on Thursday, March 26, 1998, in the now-closed Liederbach Tunnel in Frankfurt-Hoechst, built-in 1937, is still one of the most brutal murders in German post-war history and, above all, one of the most mysterious crimes ever committed in Germany. Tristan came from a difficult childhood. His mother had died sometime earlier and was reported to have committed suicide. Tristan lived with his father, who was the sole breadwinner.  

For 22 years, the Frankfurt homicide squad in charge of the case, and since 2007 the Special group Tristan has been trying to arrest the perpetrator(s). The crime shook the entire Rhine-Main area at the time.

Tristan Bruebach had gone to school that day with back pain and wanted to see a doctor afterwards.  

The execution of the crime was marked by indescribable brutality and by mutilations and the "trophy hunt" of the unknown perpetrator.

What took place on the day of the crime is still not evident to this day.  It can only be reconstructed with significant difficulty. It is also challenging to reconstruct whether Tristan knew his murderer fleetingly or whether he knew him closer when he probably met him in the Liederbach tunnel below the Hoechst station  He was sitting there at about 1:45 p.m., smoking a cigarette. Cameras recorded this.

What he did in the next two hours or so after calling his father from a telephone booth could only be reconstructed in fragments. Another student saw Tristan on his way home at about 2:15–2:25 p.m. in front of the Hoechst station, sitting alone on a bench there.

 

Bahnhof Frankfurt-Hoechst

 

 

Many conceivable scenarios could have taken place on that day. The man in the sketch cannot have been a casual witness to the following events. The two men, who were repeatedly seen with the boy in connection with the park bench in the Bruno-Asch-park at around 3.20 p.m., before the crime, may have been drug addicts or men from the alcoholic scene that already existed at this time in the 1990s.

A witness observed Tristan before the crime in the company of an unknown man to whom the identikit picture later matched. The witness also revealed that the perpetrator knew his way around the area, as she believed that she had seen the perpetrator several times. The Czech road map of Germany, which was later found in the rucksack the perpetrator had initially taken with him, fits this picture perfectly. The map might have in possession of a person belonging to the homeless scene around the train station in Hoechst. Perhaps the two unknowns led Tristan to the perpetrator. A lot of rumours circulated about the victim after the crime. He had gone on for prostitution, dealt drugs, got into bad circles. None of this could be proven.

The witness, whose dog he had petted, probably only saw the unknown men from behind as she walked away with her dog and that Tristan was sitting in the middle between the two men. Whether he already felt threatened here was not revealed. Shortly afterwards, the murderer and his later victim met between 3:30 and 3:45 p.m. at the southern tunnel entrance about 400 meters from the park bench, he was seen by the lady with the dog earlier.

 

 

Like a slaughter

During autopsy no. 282/98, it became apparent that the boy had been severely beaten or kicked, and was strangled from behind as if in a headlock, before the perpetrator almost decapitated his victim with a cut through the neck of the boy. What happened in the minutes of the crime: Several youths, who also wanted to take the shortcut through the dark tunnel, observed someone standing bent over something, they could not see what and decided at that moment to take another route. Probably they found the perpetrator during the act of killing and did not realise this fact. This observation corresponded approximately with the time of the crime and the overall event, as the police were able to reconstruct based on forensic evaluations.

The perpetrator then dragged his victim into the almost 100-metre-long tunnel before continuing his ritualistic craft, always in danger of being surprised at any moment. In an exercise book, the perpetrator wiped the blade, leaving the negative of a kitchen knife he used for his cruel deed.

He placed Tristan's sneakers across the legs of the corpse as if he wanted to undo what he had done. He covered his face with the boy's jacket. Probably out of the rush and because he had been massively disturbed in the execution of the crime by something or someone, he made a mistake when he threw out the boy's backpack, which contained the school books. A fragment of a bloody fingerprint was left behind.

Then he disappeared unseen, probably in wet and bloodstained clothes.

Later, a youth worker informed the police after children told him about the discovery of a corpse at about 5 p.m. 

It is undoubtedly clear that the perpetrator was a severely disturbed personality when he almost expertly removed the testicles from the corpse, which was then bled out in the Liederbach, and took pieces of muscle tissue and performed another draping of the body at the scene of the crime. According to the investigating inspector, the perpetrator took about 2 kg of the boy's meat with him, which may indicate cannibalism. The killer had pulled off Tristan's clothes and made an incision above the pubic bone. The killer took these pieces, which he had taken from Tristan. The mutilation and injury picture, which the forensic doctors then determined in an autopsy lasting several hours, is unique to date. Later research by the homicide squad in the USA and other countries did not reveal any "repetitive handwriting" of the perpetrator. An unprecedented investigation was set in motion by the responsible homicide squad. Thousands of men were summoned to give a fingerprint. But the perpetrator, probably a young blond man with a ponytail, remained unknown. The man, described by several witnesses, is said to have searched for other victims between the Liederbach tunnel and the allotment garden settlement adjacent to the railway line at the time.

A few days later, someone called the police. The telephone call was recorded and is in German language. If anybody may recognize the voice, it does not matter in which language the call was. 

 

 

On April 2, 1998, a telephone call reached a Frankfurt law firm. There, the caller claimed that he had screwed something up. The secretary gave the caller a telephone number of a law firm specialising in criminal law, but the unknown person did not respond to the other law company.

The rucksack from the Fishbone company in black was found about a year later 35 km away in a wooded area near Niedernhausen. In it the already mentioned road map of Germany from the Czech Republic and a blue garbage bag, but no signs of body parts. A witness said that he had seen the backpack a long time before. 

More than a year after Tristan's death, his grave was dug, very neatly, and the earth was shovelled onto a plastic sheet. Maybe it was done by Satanists, perhaps the perpetrator who was unable to perform his ritual when he was interrupted during he committed the original crime.

Manfred Seel, the later serial killer, who was only exposed as such after his death, when his daughter found body parts in barrels in a garage in her home town of Schwalbach in the Taunus Mountains, retired as Tristan's culprit in 2016. After an unsuccessful attempt to take Seel's fingerprints on his clarinet to compare them with those at the scene of the crime in the Liederbach tunnel, even the body of the alleged serial killer was again autopsied. The fingerprints did not match.

 

Manfred Seel, Police Hesse

Tristan's father died in 2015, but a community of interests has been formed to preserve the memory of Tristan. To the website (German)

 

 

Therefore the Federal Criminal Police Office and the Homicide Department in Frankfurt are asking:  

Who made observations on the day of the crime and did not yet or not wholly inform the police?

Who knew Tristan or people from his environment?

Who suspected a particular person as the perpetrator?
It could be conspicuous, for example, that someone has changed his behaviour, expressed suspicion or left his usual living environment without any recognisable reason (escape).

One part of the crime probably took place in the Liederbach. The perpetrator's trousers and shoes could, therefore, have been at least partially soaked. Who noticed a person with soaked and/or bloodstained clothing on the day of the crime?

 

 

Description of offender according to identikit picture

approx. 175 cm tall

Around 1998 about 20 to 30 years old (today between 40 and 60 years old)

unkempt appearance

pale face

slender - even described as lean - figure

scar in the area of the upper lip, possibly
"Harelip.

Dark blond, greasy, long hair, which is or was worn as a plait or ponytail

The Frankfurt Criminal Investigation Department, therefore, asks persons who know the man depicted and described to report to the Specialist Commissariat for Homicide Offences (K 11), telephone number 069-75551108, or any other police station. (Jürgen Linker, 069-75582100)

The public prosecutor's office in Frankfurt/Main has suspended a reward of 15,000 euros for information leading to the investigation and capture of the perpetrator(s). The awarding of the reward is subject to the exclusion of legal recourse. The reward is not intended for officials whose professional duty includes the prosecution of criminal acts.

A further reward in the amount of 5.000,-- Euro has been offered by a private person and is valid for an unlimited period of time.

Notes to the Frankfurt Homicide Department:

Phone +49 (0) 69 - 755 51108 (office hours)
Phone +49 (0) 69 - 755 53111 (Criminal Records Service)
or any other police station

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Who murdered Detlev Karsten Rohwedder?

Decades-old bans on thinking

When on April 1, 1991, Easter Sunday, two unidentified persons under cover of darkness and a colony of arbours in front of the house in Düsseldorf waited until the chief, Detlev Karsten Rohwedder, of the Treuhand went to his desk, it seemed to be the perfect RAF assassination.

Rohwedder was not only one of the most hated West Germans at the time but also one of the people in absolute danger. This circumstance was clear to the BKA (Federal Police) and Rohwedder himself. Rohwedder's wife had sensed something when, days before, she had alerted the police in Düsseldorf to a possible escalation.

It was probably that the Treuhand boss' habits had been spied out before the perpetrators committed the crime. His wife was injured in the assassination attempt. The Treuhand boss died at the scene of the crime.

An immediate search for the assassins yielded nothing. The phantoms of the night had escaped. Already hours after the death of Rohwedder, it was clear in investigative circles that it was perpetrators of the Red Army Fraction. A letter of confession that was completely bizarre even for the RAF was found not far from the crime scene.

Excerpts from the letter of the alleged command Ulrich Wessel: "THOSE WHO DO NOT FIGHT WILL DIE IN GUESSING. FREEDOM IS ONLY POSSIBLE IN THE FIGHT FOR LIBERATION. on April 1, 1991, we shot and killed the head of the berliner treuhandanstalt detlev karsten rohwedder with the KOMMANDO ULRICH WESSEL... rohwedder had held key political and economic positions for 20 years."

 

 

 

Days later, another letter of justification was to be received by the DPA (German Press Agency), which was idiotic, even for the RAF, not a letter of confession, but a letter of justification.

Someone had excellently falsified it but had not understood the historical context of the RAF's declaration. At the time of the Stasi-RAF connection, it had not been challenging to learn the background and the characteristics of the letters of confession. The hair of Wolfgang Grams on the towel that was spread out over the garden chair when the perpetrators fired could also have been caught during one of the Grams' visits to the GDR. The cigarette butts left behind did not lead to the target, only to blood group A.

 

Only one thing became evident quickly, but was hushed up: None of the RAF terrorists was able to shoot at that distance, 63 metres. The escape route, the police also confirmed, ran through the neighbouring colony of arcades. It must not be forgotten that there were no snipers in the RAF who were able to shoot through bushes, upwards, through a window at night, then escape the security forces, dives through the Rhine and then disappear undetected on the other side of the river. That sounded and still sounds too absurd. The story of the murder of Rohwedder and Herrhausen began years earlier, when employees from politics and business, the Stasi and state reserves realised that the GDR was a socialist phase-out model. The most obscure figures of the GDR, HVA, full-time agents and saboteurs of State Security, who later advised just VEB Kombinat Robotron, were still involved. The trail of the old new roped parties, which Rohwedder had also identified, led to Thuringia and the Vogtland.

 

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Sly profit and the golden handshake

Millions were moved from the GDR to the West into accounts. This shifting began already in 1987, according to contemporary witnesses. Arms of the NVA and the Soviet West troops were still being moved even after the collapse of the Honecker regime. Rohwedder knew about all these cronies of the collapsed Stasi apparatus.

Was there a connection between former Stasi people who saw themselves as hosts to RAF dropouts and the 3rd generation of the RAF?

Or was the 3rd generation of the RAF only a facade for activities of the MfS-Stasi?

Was the cooperation between the Stasi and the RAF revived again when the GDR and the RAF were already dead or were the hair found on a towel of the terrorist who later, in 1993, died by suicide in Bad Kleinen, placed there?

It seems so. The Stasi was finished on October 3 1990. Insignificant parts remained in their loose structure. The octopus was smashed to pieces, although guys like Werner Großmann refused to believe it. The Stasi knew this years before.

Everything revolved in these days of the wild turnaround against Rohwedder and around the VEB Robotron, around the countless businesses that were simply too dilapidated for any economic process to have been able to continue at all.

Rohwedder had offered the companies that still had to be restructured to foreign investors. Countless assets of former Stasi companies were hidden in businesses or real estate holdings that the system's operators wanted to sell off as soon as an opportunity arose. Robotron was a sinister representative of the GDR. Already in GDR times, innumerable companies in the West circumvented the CoCom embargo regulations. The business with embargoed goods promised high profits. There were also illegal figures in the 1980s—Robotron - the Eastern high-tech corporation that was able to copy everything from the West. Many of the embargoed goods were then shipped via Greece to Bulgaria and from there to Dresden with the VEB Deutrans- forwarder. So whole high-performance computers from the West, which were then fitted into Robotron cabinets and sold as an achievement of completely ailing socialism.

 

A7100EC1834.jpg
By Xaar, CC BY-SA 3.0, Link

 

 

 

What became of the members of the RAF who have been missing for years, or maybe they are even dead? Is there or was there a connection with the murder of Alfred Herrhausen, whose booby trap worked in a highly professional way against the rather simple actions of the RAF?

Were the light barriers at Robotron forged, which later killed Alfred Herrhausen shortly after the fall of the Berlin Wall?

At some point in the mid/end of the 1990s, the Rohwedder investigation commission was dissolved. They had only been following the RAF trail. The other leads seemed too absurd even to consider. To this day it is still not clear who the 3rd generation of the RAF was or is. Especially since the RAF pensioners, despite being disbanded in 1998, have been earning their pensions for years by robbing armoured car companies. Only a few people still talk about the Stasi. The young generation no longer knows the effects of German division. Well, who were the murderers who assassinated the then head of the Treuhand? It seems that Rohwedder was the pawn victim of the young, reunified republic.

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Heulmeisje- one of the most mysterious murder cases in post-war history

Update 10/25/2018

Does the track of the "Heulmeisje" lead to Essen in Germany after all?

Was the "Heulmeisje " kidnapped?

Where was she seen?

Can anyone make a connection with the food?

Has anyone seen the "Heulmeisje " before 1975 in the Eastern Bloc?

A witness who had a connection to the young woman is said to have revealed himself to a taxi driver.

Who can provide information on this?

Can anyone provide information about the young woman?

 

 

Traces of a terrible crime

What happened on October 24, 1976?

In Beijing Hua Guofeng succeeded Mao Zedong as head of the CCP. Members of the gang of four around Mao's widow were expelled from the party.

The British James Hunt won the Formula 1 race at the Japanese Grand Prix ahead of the Austrian Niki Lauda.

At the same time, a forester finds the corpse of a girl by chance, who should go down in German criminal history as the Heulmeisje.

It must have lain in the parking lot at the following location for months before it was found.

The name "Heulmeisje" was given to it because this was the name for the parking lot at the Dutch A 12, Deheul, at that time.

 

Overall, very little is known about the girl found on October 24, 1976, in the small adjacent woodland of the former Deheul car park on the A12 near Maarsbergen in the Netherlands.

She was between 13 and 18 years old at the time of her death.

It is frightening that until today the identity is unknown and therefore apparently nobody misses or even knows the quite pretty, about 1.60 tall girl.

It seems strange that after more than 43 years of intensive investigation and reconstruction of the face by forensic experts, no clues were received that could at least lead to the clarification of the person's identity.

One of the many tracks from the year 2013 led to the Ruhr area, where it silted up again. The skeleton was unearthed in 2007. Afterwards, the skull was excellently restored, as can be seen on the reconstruction photo of the Federal Criminal Police Office in Wiesbaden.

 

Maarsbergen- A12 -German-Dutch border

The finding of the corpse by a forester under a layer of leaves was as in many cases. The girl lay strangled on the scene.

During this period, numerous prostitutes and their clients met on this Deheul car park.

For years it was assumed that the so-called "Heulmeisje" was a previously disappeared girl from the area where the body was found. This is also how the body was found and buried.

The body was buried as the missing "Monique Jacobs".

Monique Jacobs reappeared out of nowhere after 36 years. There had been problems in the family which forced Monique Jacobs to find her centre of life in the USA.

After that, good advice was costly.

 

Several broadcasts of the German criminal file XY and the Dutch Opsporing Verzocht from 2013-16 brought hardly any clues and unfortunately no clue at all as to the identity of the person.

 

But who was the so-called "Heulmeisje"?

For 43 years now, the Dutch and German police have been investigating the mysterious murder case.

Investigators did not find many traces in the vicinity of the later site.

In 1976 the "Heulmeisje" was on the road with age-typical, for that time simple clothes.

It is and was not at all so unusual that corpses that were found after years or months cannot necessarily be assigned to any other body.

Usually, it is a piece of the criminalistic puzzle over the years, or as in this case over decades, that needs to be put together. However, much of this case seems so unsolved that the investigators thought they were back to square one.

In this case, the skull was reconstructed and photographed. That's how Heulmeisje could have looked like.

Numerous rumours said that the girl came from a guest worker family, perhaps from Greece, former Yugoslavia or Poland.

Even with forensic geology and the restoration of the face, plenty of nowhere leading work was done in the years following the discovery of the young woman. It was found that after examining an epiphyseal joint, the unknown deceased was born between 1960 and 1964.

In later years, an isotope examination was carried out on the hair and teeth, and it was found that the victim spent several years in the Ruhr and Eifel regions. Around the year 1975, it probably stayed in the German Democratic Republic or in a neighbouring country of the former Eastern Bloc. Shortly before death, the victim will have lived in the Federal Republic of Germany or the Netherlands again. During this time, she was very poorly fed, which indicates anorexia or simply poverty.

Here in the Dutch language a reconstruction of the possible events:

According to information from the Dutch police, who never closed the case, the body was, according to an informant 36 years after the crime, dumped or thrown away in the parking lot by two men aged between 30 and 40 years at the time. Many people who knew whoever they were, were aware of this fact. Whether the escalation occurred or whether the body was only temporarily stored was never determined.

A taxi driver reported that he was talking to a drunk passenger. The latter, in turn, stated that the girl had come from Essen and explained that the young woman spoke German. The only secured track that led into the Rhine-Ruhr area, to Essen.

In the course of our research for this article, further questions arose:

Can anyone give details of the dead who are said to have been in the former GDR or neighbouring Eastern European countries at that time, in 1975?

Is it possible that the death of the young woman was connected to kidnapping by (Eastern European) pimps?

It is asked whether the so-called "Heulmeisje" lived and grew up in the Eifel, the area bordering on the Netherlands, during the first years of her life, whether anyone can remember her school days around 1970 and perhaps provide relevant information about the person depicted?

 

How did the girl get into the parking lot, which is now closed?

Who knows the girl with long eyelashes and dark brown hair from a holiday?

 

What's the story about the two men who are said to have simply disposed the body in the former parking lot at the A12 motorway? In this context, the term "simply thrown away" was often used.

 

 

Does anyone know the "Heulmeisje" from a day nursery in the former GDR?

 

Did the family of the "Heulmeisje" perhaps belong to a circus or artist troupe, travelling people?

 

If anyone can provide relevant information, please contact the following police station or directly the Federal Criminal Police Office in Wiesbaden, Germany,

 

Keyword Heulmeisje

The main questions of the police in this cold case revolve around two pivotal points:

Who can give clues as to the girl's identity?

Who can give details of the two men, 30 and 40 years old at the time, who are said to have thrown away the girl's body in 1976?

 

The police in Utrecht in the Netherlands on 0031-79 - 345 98 76 or any other police station or the Crime Investigation Department of the Federal Criminal Police Office in Wiesbaden on 0049-61155 -13 101 is responsible for this.

Besides, any other police service who will receive observations or information from the time will forward them to the investigating service in the matter.

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Woman murdered in GDR times poses a riddle

 

 

Female skeleton found more by chance

 

In April 2011, the skeleton of a woman was found during construction work in a septic tank/cesspit on the site of the former collection point for secondary raw materials (SERO). The case is still cold, it was not possible to clarify the facts. Or even to determine the identity of the dead.

 

The skeleton was in poor condition but was still wholly preserved, according to Maik Zimmermann, the Commissioner in charge of the Homicide Department in Frankfurt an der Oder. Unfortunately, comparisons with the DNA of the long-term missing persons from this period between 1965 and 1975 (Still former GDR) were not successful.

 

The dead woman was about 20 years old at the time of her death. She was 1.60 meters tall and had dark hair. Her shoe size was 38/39. Her face was reconstructed from the skull that was found. A possible cause of death was blunt force trauma to the head, as determined by forensic medicine.

 

 

Fibres found at the site indicated knitwear of the "Malimo" brand, which was not produced until the mid-1960s in the former GDR. The shoes and stockings were also made of a material that was not used in the GDR until the mid-1960s.

 

The shaft in which the body was found was apart of a toilet facility. This installation had been installed in the Uferstraße in Fürstenwalde during GDR times. The perpetrator must have acted with specific knowledge of the place. Fürstenwalde was a large garrison of the Soviets in the 1960s.

 

 

In the GDR, there were 1000 reasons why people were silent. Otherwise, it was challenging to make a person disappear just like that, as we know from the countless examples of the Stasi files at the records office.

 

Was the dead person perhaps a stationed force of the Soviet troops in the GDR? Were the concerned relatives silent because of the Soviets stationed there? Many crimes committed by the Soviets were covered up at the time. Or did the then young woman want to flee to the West and fall into the hands of a human trafficker?
Who knows the woman from the 1960s?

 

The police in Fürstenwalde take hints. Phone: +493361 5680

 

Source: rbb/Police Brandenburg

 

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On the trail of the Isdal - Woman (part 2)

 

After the publication of the first article about one of the most mysterious murder cases in post-war history, we received numerous letters. Many thanks for all advises and comments.

 

Please read the first part.

 

Who was the beautiful stranger?

 

Of course, the question is allowed, why nobody misses the Isdal woman. This circumstance is extraordinary.

 

Were there people, one reader asked, who did not officially exist, but who rushed like a shadow army through the Cold War of Europe?

 

That well, maybe. In our research, we have found no evidence to deny or affirm this fact.

 

Of course, the trail also points to the former Yugoslavia. To the machinations of the days of Tito. This would be following what witnesses said, that the Isdal woman had met with two men of southern appearance. It must have been just before she died.

 

Yes, and Norway has done everything it can to cover its tracks and, as a deterrent to more Soviet spies, has invented one story after another to avoid the real reason. From the point of view at the time, this was quite understandable. This includes the history of the two check fraudsters who were arrested in 1972 using false identities in their crimes. The public never believed this story, which sounded like a legend of a former police officer who retired in 1976.

 

Nobody could or would believe in the suicide of the Isdal woman. According to the autopsy report, the Isdal woman was standing when the fire broke out. However, she could not stand any longer according to human judgement, because she had taken a lethal dose of Fenemal and alcohol, voluntarily or involuntarily, this could not be reconstructed. She choked to death on her combustion—carbon monoxide poisoning. Later, during the autopsy, a haematoma was found in the neck area, which could have been caused by a punch or a fall against a tree.

 

The probable time of death was Monday, 23 November 1970, at about 10 o'clock.

 

Surely the Isdal woman was not alone in her last hours. In the Hotel Hordaheimen in Bergen, where she was last seen alive, there was a meeting with an unknown man to whom she said she wanted to come straight away.

 

Since the death of the Isdal woman almost half a century ago, the world has changed—even the faces of the countries. The Isdal woman was a product of her time; that fact is often forgotten.

 

Her death cannot be atoned for, even if the perpetrator were to turn himself in. The murder is time-barred in Norway after 25 years, in 1995.

 

Based on a list of the objects that were recovered from the unidentified woman's suitcases and the site in Isdal, Norway, many facts can be reconstructed. Conclusions can also be drawn today from their almost hectic travel activities. At first, the trail of the Isdal woman leads across Europe, then to the German-French border between Pirmasens and Baden-Baden.

 

This was the result of the enamel analysis in 2016. There, in the vicinity, she must have stayed and also the train tickets found later in the suitcases at least point the way to Basel.

 

Twice it used the Hamburg - Basel railway line.

 

The discovery of the map of southern Scandinavia by the Reise- und Verkehrsverlag, Stuttgart, from 1970 speaks for this, according to the evidence list of the Norwegian police. Her handwriting was French; perhaps she was from Belgium or Luxembourg.

 

The intersection, however, can only be located in the Baden-Baden area.

 

This circumstance can be assumed if the tickets found in the suitcases of the NSB locker system in Bergen are not forged. Or were preliminary placed there later? There is a testimony from a witness, who is not mentioned in the documents, who claims to have seen several people with the suitcases before they were found by the Norwegian Criminal Police, two days after the Isdal woman was found.

 

In this connection, nine "passport identities" were found. It is not clear from the investigations at the time whether these passports were forged or were duplicates. So, issued by the state whether the passport forms had been stolen somewhere.

 

 

 

What she was doing in Isdal could, of course, be explained with the top-secret Norwegian Sea Penguin. Experiments with the novel rocket were carried out in all places where she was at the time. In November 1970 the paths crossed with two Soviet agents, named Rubanov and Popov, as the security police in Trondheim dutifully noted. Whether the persons met can no longer be determined from the files.

 

According to another point of view, based on the travel activities of the woman, described as more than elegant, it was a possibility that she was a high-class prostitute who travelled to a specific circle of clients throughout Europe. Perhaps also a drug courier who was killed because of a business in Isdal?

 

Only the names that the Isdal woman, as she was later called in the absence of a real identity, indicate an activity that had to do with intelligence services at the height of the Cold War.

 

Genevieve Lancier, Claudia Tielt, Vera Schlosseneck, Claudia Nielsen, Alexia Zarna-Merchez, Vera Jarle, Finella Lorck and Elisabeth Leenhouwer, in addition to other names during the first test phase of the Penguin Rocket: The unknown woman used the wrong names E. Velding and L. on this trip.

 

Black Notice Interpol, 2017

 

Selling, according to the Norwegian secret service. Probably, to cover any possible tracks.

 

According to the language, as witnesses assure who saw her at the end, in November 1970, shortly before her death, she was German. However, she also pretended to be a South African antique dealer to an Italian gala, the photographer Giovanni Trimboli, who had invited her to dinner and took her in his car. That was a few days before her even more mysterious demise in the lonely gorge.

 

Indeed, she was a child from the time before the war, born around 1926-1930, knew the profession "Verziererin" in the porcelain industry, which is located in Franconia, near the then Czechoslovakian

border, in Selb and its surroundings, had a great tradition. At least she had to know about it. Perhaps through a direct relative or in the context of the so-called Kinderlandverschickung at the end of the Second World War.

 

She had, for whatever reason, made strange statements on registration forms.

 

This issue is also indicated by the analysis that was initiated decades later. After an almost creepy exhumation years ago. They got everything from the woman, fingerprints, DNA, the dentures, which raises more questions than it answers. Some sources indicate that the dentition in Latin America was processed in this way. There is no sure indication of this, except the time of the unknown in Spain, probably in the Burgos area, in the north. In December 1970 news came that the dental work had been done in Italy or Spain.

 

The question is, does anyone recognize this work?

 

The teeth must have been worked on about three years before her death.

 

 

 The lower jaw of Isdal woman, Kripos Norge, 2019

 

 

 The upper jaw of Isdal woman, Kripos Norge, 2019

 

The work could also have been done in former Czechoslovakia or the GDR. The gold, however, points to work in the Western world at that time. Probably in Germany.

 

Who can remember this specific set of teeth?

 

Next part: 

 

Does the trail lead to Ljubljana in former Yugoslavia?

 

Infiltrated and exfiltrated the beautiful unknown over Yugoslavia or optionally the

 

Czechoslovakia? The whole case refers to the KoKo and its international art trade.

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News from the unknown dead woman at the Plaza Hotel in Oslo - Jennifer Fergate

Spooky facts


On June 3, 1995, a Saturday, an emergency call was received by the police in Oslo at about 7.58 pm.


What initially looked like a routine operation turned out to be one of the most mysterious criminal cases in Scandinavia over the following years. The operation took the officers to the then noble hotel "Oslo Plaza" at the main station of the Norwegian capital.

A security guard claimed to have heard a shot from room 2805, on the 28th floor. Two people were allegedly in the room at the time.

 The circumstance was  important for later investigations. 

Someone other than the dead person found in the room on the night of arrival, probably used one of the room key cards. 

This happened at about 12:20 pm on the day of arrival. Two days before the events described here. After that, the woman who checked in under the name Jennifer Fergate was only seen twice. Once she gave a princely tip to room service, otherwise the "Do not disturb" sign was hanging on the door. However, the unknown woman must have left the room and also the hotel. When this happened, the records in the Plaza gave no answer.

 


Jennifer Fergate, Kriminal Politi Sentralen, Oslo, Norge


The room door had been secured from the inside. The plastic key cards were lying in the room.
On the bed, as described in the article "The mysterious death in Oslo Plaza", lay the body of "Jennifer Fergate". A young cultured person, as described by witnesses. The woman was lying on the bed to her left and staring up. A single bullet hole in her forehead. The room was dark. It was quickly established that she had registered under a false name, with a non-existent Belgian address, together with a companion, Lois Fairgate (Fergate). Only Lois Fairgate was missing, he had been seen once, checking in. He was described at about 1.85 m and at that time between 35-40 years.
The purpose of the visit of the stranger, who was in the room and who had been reminded several times to come to the reception, was not clear. She had failed to pay the bill (about 300 euro). The unknown woman had exceeded the credit limit. She had booked the room by telephone for the first time on May  22, 1995, and had rescheduled it for another date on  May 31, 1995. Flight list evaluations from these days gave no information about the unknown person.

Traces pointing towards terrorism in which the unknown person could have been involved were quickly discarded. A possible environmental action was also ruled out because of the then known Brent Spar, which was to be sunk off Norway by the oil company Shell.
During these years, the peace negotiations between Israel and the Palestinians, from which Oslo I and Oslo II emerged, also took place under Norwegian mediation. It is hard to imagine that someone with such a weighty mission could, under these circumstances, stay in an Oslo hotel, have a meagre last meal and then be shot. By whomever.

 


A meagre last meal, Kriminal Politi Sentralen, Oslo, Norge


The only thing that remained was the intelligence gathering of information about the Bosnian war. Whole families had saved themselves to Norway. It was the first great wave of escape that had started during the siege of Sarajevo.
Only with what purpose, then, had she  travelled to Oslo on untraceable paths and in mysterious legend? The legend was so shaky that it could have been noticed at any time.
There were numerous other theories, but in this case, they could only be understood as working theories. The police in Oslo simply had too few starting points before the dead woman was buried in 1996.
 

Was the Plaza woman a drug courier? There was nothing to suggest that she was. Not even the luggage. According to her profile, the unknown woman was not a drug dealer who had brought goods to Scandinavia.
Was she a professional assassin or a contract killer? The whole situation would be grotesque, according to the later analysis from 2017, she was born around 1971.
Prostitution in the field of an internationally operating high-class play mate was also ruled out because the woman did not even have cosmetics. The handbag that she had with her when checking in was missing at the site inspection. Even her trousers or skirt were missing.

 

At that time, the death of the young stranger quickly became the archive of the "Isdal woman" and Kambomans added. What the investigators didn't intend to regard the death of Jane Doe from Plaza Hotel  suicide. Too much spoke against it, like removing all labels from the clothes, shoes, and any personal belongings, such as papers, wallet, make-up, from the possessions of the dead. However, the dead woman would have been wearing make-up, the newspapers reported at the time.
Also, the woman, in whose right hand a Belgian 9 mm Browning from Herstal was found, was missing any traces of blood and gunpowder, which would have been typical for such a situation if the woman had judged herself. The weapon was probably made in 1990 or 1991. The gun was fired once for test firing, probably by soundproofing it with a cushion, and then again when the fatal shot was fired.


Right hand, Jennifer Fergate, Kriminal Politi Sentralen, Oslo, Norge

 

 

Test shot, Jennifer Fergate, Kriminal Politi Sentralen, Oslo, Norge

 


How did she come into possession of the pistol and how did this pistol come with her to Norway?
It is also unclear whether the fingerprints of the dead were put into context in Germany.
It was interesting that the gun had been treated with caustic liquid to literally destroy the recognizability of the series.
Since World War II, there are only about 15 corpses that could not be identified in Norway. And only three of the cases seem somehow fatally connected.
The door was locked from the inside, and the key cards were in the room. Investigators only found clothes without labels, all name tags and tags on her clothes were removed, a men's perfume, (Ungaro Pour L'Homme 1 cologne) a travel bag and a briefcase with 32 shots of ammunition.
The woman, born around 1971, wore a Citizen Aqualand (model: CQ-1021-50, serial number: C022-088093 Y, 2010779, GN-4-S). This watch was made in January 1992 and required batteries of type 370 from the Swiss battery manufacturer Renata.


Diving watch Citizen Aqualand, Jennifer Fergate, Kriminal Politi Sentralen, Oslo, Norge
Punches on all batteries indicated that the batteries had been produced in December 1994. Renata explained that the batteries were delivered to shops between December 1994 and January 1995. The punch marks of the watchmaker were W395 (W/change/3/March/95/1995)

Batteries of Renata, stamps, Jennifer Fergate, Kriminal Politi Sentralen, Oslo, Norge

The batteries were probably sold in March 1995 at Hertie Hamburg, Barmbek. At that time it was common practice in this former department store, the "Klotz von Barmbek", to attach such a punch with a nail. It was certainly not the only watchmaker's shop that handled it in this way. However, it is a starting point.

In this context it is interesting whether the dead woman belonged to water sports or diving club.
A jacket of the German fashion brand René Lezard caught the investigators' eye. The Schwarzacher manufacturer René Lezard had just made the jackets more expensive in 1995, it is still not clear where and when this jacket was bought.
In the room the police also found a green-turquoise canvas bag of the German brand Travelite, which produced suitcases and travel accessories in Germany since 1949. Whether this bag was purchased from Hertie - especially for the trip to the Plaza in Oslo - cannot be clarified any more, but in 1995 suitcases and bags of this kind were sold in the Hamburg department store.

The black leather bag of the German brand Braun Büffel from Kirn testifies to the fact that the dead did not exactly vegetate impoverished during her lifetime. The briefcase was part of a collection produced in 1986-91. The gold ring, which the investigators could secure on the right middle finger of the dead woman, had been made in Germany. The quality of the ring (333/8k) was more likely to indicate that the ring had been purchased in a shopping centre, in a chain store at the time, than at a brand jeweller.

 


Who can remember the gold ring on the right hand of the unknown dead? Who sold this type of ring in the mid-1990s?

 

 


The small gold earring worn by the deceased could not be identified.
The unknown deceased must have lived in orderly circumstances. The work on her teeth had been done with porcelain and gold. This work of a dentist could also have been done in Switzerland, Belgium or the USA. She weighed about 67 kg and was 1.59 m tall, had blue eyes and dark hair, perhaps these were dyed.
Years later, after an enamel analysis, the trail led back to Germany.
"For us, the region around Berlin is interesting. Maybe the woman was born in the former GDR", one of the investigators told the Norwegian Gazette vg Nyheter in 2017, who examined the case again in detail. After 22 years the exhumation was ordered.

A dentist who has performed her numerous dental treatments?
Who can provide information about the clothes of the mysterious Jennifer Fergate? The bras could have been bought from C&A (Brenningmeyer) in 1994.

 

 

Jennifer Fergate, Kriminal Politi Sentralen, Oslo, Norge

 

 

Jennifer Fergate, Kriminal Politi Sentralen, Oslo, Norge
After further research, a completely different picture emerges.

The traces so far indicate whether the young age is after all the Kunst und Antiquitäten GmbH (KuA) Französische Str. 15; Berlin- the KuA GmbH of the HVA's main department I, embedded in the former empire of the commercial coordination of Dr. Alexander Schalck Golodkowski.


A trade in used goods of the special socialist kind. An almost unexplored exhibit of German history, allegedly closed down in 1990. But behind the scenes, there was more going on than those responsible could have been happy with. ZERV was almost helplessly at the mercy of the agile embargo criminals from East Berlin.


The privatization, respectively reorganization, of the state-owned enterprise ZERV was art trade from 1990 onwards. Research was carried out accordingly, but many of the looted goods no longer turned up. Many warehouses were still well stocked after reunification. Works of art and antiques were privately distributed by the remaining members of the KoKo.
At KuA GmbH, the antiques and works of art stolen by the Stasi in the early 1960s, which had been widely circulated in the GDR since Operation Light, were distributed to non-socialist countries. In the process, stolen paintings and coin and stamp collections were sold via western contacts of KuA GmbH with the knowledge of the then Minister Mielke if state security raids.
Many traces of Stasi stolen goods led to Scandinavia, including this case:
One of the examples is the Sophien treasure. On 20 September 1977, the "Sophienschatz", 58 golden grave goods worth approx. 3.0 million euros disappeared from a tank display case of the Dresden City Museum.
In 1999 38 pieces of the collection appeared in Oslo: In 1999 a coin dealer tried to sell 38 to auction off parts of the Sophien Treasure in Oslo. Parts of the loot turned up in England. The Oslo 
Coin dealer Gunnar Thesen had acquired the pieces in good faith from the Copenhagen-based dealer Arne Jacob Becker (†1983) from KuA GmbH. He acted for the KoKo in non-socialist foreign countries to raise urgently needed foreign currency.

 

Who can provide relevant information in this respect?
Did anyone with the appearance of Jennifer Fergate in 1995 work for a group of art connoisseurs who wanted to recover items stolen from the KoKo?
Does anyone know the woman from the art trade or real estate industry as a secretary?
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The Isdal woman - file number 134/70 (1)

 

(br/mcvth/Bergen/ Norway)

 

Deaths in Isdal in Norway

 

Anyone who deals with what is by far the most mysterious criminal case in post-war European history must start on November 29,1970, in the Ulriken Bergen, in Isdalen. 

 

A father and his two daughters found the body of a woman on this Sunday afternoon, the first Advent of this year.

 

This case had all the ingredients of an espionage thriller, which could only have happened in the Cold War era. It made sense that Taxi nach Leipzig, the first crime scene in the ARD programme in Germany, was running that evening for the first time.

 

The Norwegian public prosecutor Carl Halvor Aas, then 30 years old, was on duty that day and found his own, quite real crime thriller with the case in a small valley, in a poorly accessible rocky gorge, in the area of Bergen in Norway.

 

The former prosecutor in charge recalled in an interview with NOK and the BBC, which was conducted many years later, that the smell of the charred body had particularly entered his nose before he even saw the body.

 

The area was picturesque. Between dense tree cover and mossy stones, at a safe distance from one of the paths, lay the half-carbonized body of the approximately 30-year-old and, as reconstructed later, quite a pretty woman. She had also already attracted attention during her short lifetime, as the rather slowed down police investigations revealed shortly afterwards. Braked by whomever, it was not clear and was not clarified.

 

It remained one of the many secrets in this case.

 

Even the place of discovery offered a criminally very confused picture. Burned rubber boots, which would later become a substantial lead in the case. A tube of phenobarbital sleeping pills, a packed lunch and an empty bottle of alcohol. Besides, two white plastic bottles, whose smell indicated gasoline, and a burnt passport. A purse? Wrong!

 

Allegedly the dead woman had succumbed to an overdose of sleeping pills and carbon monoxide poisoning associated with the fire. Soot was found in her lungs, although, according to instructions from above, suicide was indicated, it was almost impossible that the Jane Doe had committed suicide. A box of matches from the German sex shop operator Beate Uhse was found at the crime scene as a spicy detail. Later the matches were allegedly also found in one of the suitcases from the station.

 

Everything, in this case, was contradictory.

 

The horrible find, Statsarkivet-i-Bergen

 

A disturbing puzzle of possible entanglements resulted from the objects and later in the two suitcases from the lockers at the station with the luggage of the unknown woman. These traces did not lead to the identity of the unknown person, nor a motive, nor the perpetrator. The circumstances are also more than strange and therefore also lead to the most adventurous speculations, which entwine themselves like a spider's web around the more than 48-year-old case. The find is still one of the most sensational criminal cases in Norway today and has been riding journalists worldwide for decades.

 

Nothing is defined in this case.

 

Hours later witnesses came forward who were treated very unconventionally for a murder investigation. It was not until the beginning of the millennium that further testimonies on this subject were given, which took the attention. Witnesses who saw the dead woman with two southerners were just didn't taken down as a note by the Police. The witnesses were forbidden to talk at all about their observation. Who or what the southerners were, who the person who died a few days later knew, with whom she had a lively conversation, remained in the dark. The unknown woman stayed at the Hordaheimen Hotel in Bergen days before her death, from November 19 to 23. This stay under a false name, an alias or one of the many identities that a person had. Was one of the strangers, with whom the later deceased in a summer dress was talking, the Soviet military attaché in Norway, who was in Bergen at the same time?

 

Who was that woman?

 

If anyone recognizes the woman or thinks he or she knows her, can give any clues as to her identity, can say anything about the so-called Isdal woman, please contact the local police.

 

There's a memo with Interpol.

 

It became mysterious when several suitcases were found in an expired locker, and the contents could be connected to the dead woman. In the suitcases, props were found that could have come from a spy movie or just a crazy person. So fingerprints of the deceased were preserved on fake glasses. These matched the body found on November 29, 1970. 

 

On the crime scene, Statsarkivet-i-Bergen

 

Another curiosity in the whole behaviour of the dead was the constant changing of identities, the creation of tables with seemingly coded groups of numbers that made up a systematic code. Not every woman of about 30 years of age was able to create codes in this form at that time and why would she, when she was travelling through Europe, create such codes at all?

 

The labels had been removed from the clothes.

 

Why did the unknown travel through Europe for several months during her lifetime, giving different names?

 

Later, one of the investigators involved in the case credibly claimed that the Military Intelligence had searched the two suitcases found in the locker before the police. Whether this was the case, no one can say how everything in the case was and is "a maybe" or "possible". 

 

For quite some time it had been suspected that the Norwegian Military Intelligence Service was trying to suppress the proceedings. There were several reasons for this. During the Cold War, Norway was the country on whose coasts Soviet submarines operated. Besides, spies from the Eastern Bloc infiltrated the West via Norway.

 

But why would Counterintelligence protect a foreign agent? According to several parties involved in the proceedings, the police investigation was considerably obstructed.

 

Part 2 Does the trail lead to the HVA in East Berlin?

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News from the Gang of Brabant

Update 2020/06/17
 
In the most mysterious serial murder case in Belgian criminal history there is movement again after 38 years.  The deeds of the "Gang of the Brabant" are sufficiently described in the lower section of this article. 


In this context, the Belgian police ask:
Who is this man?
 
Can anyone give any information about this man?
 
(Perhaps also in connection with paramilitary groups in South Africa (Transvaal) or the Congo (Katanga) in the 1980s?)
 
This person holds in the photo a double-action rifle (pump/semi-auto) of the Italian brand Franchi type Spas 12 - calibre 12. 

Released by the order of the Magistrate Mrs Michel in Charleroi

If you recognize this man, please contact the investigators on the free phone 0800/30 300 or from abroad 00 32 2 554.44.88 

 

Update:

update 12/17/2018

Who recognizes these number plates or vehicles?

 

Rijkswacht Belgie

Who remembers these objects, or knows someone who has owned them?

Checks from the Delhaize van Aalst, found in "large de Fauquez". Rijkswacht Belgie

 

Fast, brutal force, 28 dead and pink ballets 

In the first half of the 1980s, the province of Brabant was plagued by a group of robbers.

During raids, they took little money, but they left 28 dead and, according to estimates at the time, more than 20 injured.

 

The group's militarily targeted action was already frightening back then, in 1985, after the last robbery of a Delhaize supermarket in Aalst. During the attack, the phantoms captured a few thousand Belgian francs, still valid at the time, but left eight dead and nine injured.

Afterwards, the series ended abruptly.

The investigators already suspected the perpetrators in their ranks, many leads led nowhere and to the Belgian Gladio group, which was years later exposed.

Also, into a kind of nationally and internationally working child molester ring, which is the Pink Ballet. The main person mentioned in connection with this Pink Ballet, a particular Brussels doctor, André Pinon, had left for Portugal at the beginning of the millennium. During his divorce proceedings, he was repeatedly placed in the context of child sex and drug parties that took place in the highest circles of Belgian society.

The entanglement of the Brabant gang with Belgian right-wing radicals was also evident, in the connection between Paul Latinus, the head of the Westland New Post and a former South African policeman of Belgian origin, Jean-Philippe van Engeland. The latter had left for Paraguay to join Stroessner in 1982.

 

Le geant or the invisible giant

Somewhat strange business partners

 

At the Rand Show in April 1987 in Johannesburg, South Africa, strange things happened. Not only the business downturn, due to international sanctions, which could be avoided by conferencing with the consultant of a company from Seychelles, but also other things.

Nothing was going on at the formerly flourishing trade fair in the South African metropolis. At best, the beer was flowing.

In South Africa's everyday life, one had arrived in the reality of UN sanctions.

 

Dark chocolates - chocolates with filling

 

Two Belgians, who not only ate dark chocolates at the booths but were also otherwise gladly arrested in the mercenary business, offered their services at the fair, along with machines and hydraulics. They lived in Waver in Brabant and preferred to chat at the Castle Lager at the long buffet of the Holiday Inn in Johannesburg's city centre about the gang that was still keeping Belgium on tenterhooks at the time.

 

They knew simply everything about the Brabant gang and were friends with van Engeland, according to their statements. At first, the German businessman thought he had been put on the spinning wheel to sell his hydraulics. It soon became clear that the two Brabanters knew considerably more than the Belgian press.

 

In the evening, in the bar on the 10th floor of the hotel in Johannesburg, they announced that the gangsters who had judged harmless passers-by and supermarket visitors were from the ranks of the police. They had allegedly learned this from their friend, van Engeland, who is sympathetic to the now-disbanded Westland New Post, far to the right. Latinus had died in April 1984. That's where the Brabant gang's trail led in later investigations.

 

In August 1987 the three negotiating partners wanted to meet again, this time in Waver near Brussels in Belgium. It was about hydraulic systems for weirs.

At the first meeting this worked out excellently, and the potential profit for the small company in Germany made him travel to the next meeting after the barbecue with the friendly Belgians and their friends.

Back to Waver. It was in the summer of 1987.

But, to make matters worse, the house was now occupied by a couple who had returned home from the Congo and couldn't make sense of what they had said. But the German businessman was unlucky; his Belgian business partners seemed to have vanished into thin air.

The telephone number he called was one of the Belgian couples from Waver. They had already informed the police and filed a report for burglary.

He had to leave again without having achieved anything. He never heard from the ominous business partners again and wondered how the business partners might have known about the real culprits years ago.

The German businessman, who made his misfortune known at every party, only connected the episode with the events of the time years later.

 

New findings

 

Two years ago, in 2015, one of the people involved in the deathbed at the time, "Le Geant", is said to have told on the deathbed about his murders and confessed man was the long-sought giant. Piquantly, the giant was a former elite police officer.

Were there any connections between Jean Michel Nihoul and the Brabant gang?

Did the Pink Ballet exist and were the raids staged by the Gang of Brabant just the prelude to a whole series of acts that followed?

 

Fifty-two girls disappeared without a trace during this period, without the Belgian authorities being able to clarify their fate in any lasting way.

Were Dutroux and his accomplices, including his ex-wife, the primary school teacher M. Martin, really just the procurers for a whole network of paedophiles? In the Dutroux case, numerous witnesses were murdered, and Jean Michel Nihoul often spoke vaguely about his role in the Dutroux case.

He was also responsible for drugs, which would again refer to the Pink Ballet.

The Special Police Unit, in which the late Giant worked, is attributed to Gladio, NATO's underground network during the Cold War.

Did officials from the Belgian judicial system cover the so-called Pink Ballet, as well as the Special Police Unit?

It would prove that the Belgian public was right to march 300,000 through Brussels city centre when there was a near-rebellion in Belgium. Back when the gruesome murders were uncovered after the deliberate abduction of the girls.

Are gang members of the Brabant gangsters behind the deaths of the witnesses in the Dutroux trial?

If you hear the opinion, not the rumours, that the ordinary citizens in Nivelles are behind the hand more than 30 years after the deeds, it must be so. Twenty-eight dead people speak their language, who stood in the environment of Dutroux and the gang of Brabant.

That is likely.

It is also supported by the fact that the former investigator Eddy Vos, who was the lion's share of the investigation into the Brabant gang, asked to be transferred at his request and was subsequently threatened most severely.

Under Belgian law, the deeds are now time-barred unless the remaining members of the Brabant robbers can be shown to have been involved in the murder of witnesses in the Dutroux case. The only connection to these secret Pink Ballets and a trace that the Brabant robbers allegedly shot participants of these "events" while raiding the markets.

Only this fact would prove that Brabant's gang did not just break up, but was active until very recently.

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Mysterious find in Kent, 1979 - did the woman come from Eastern Europe?

A creepy find from the saddle

 

The story of the unknown woman, who was found in the county of Kent in the United Kingdom, in the autumn (23 October 1979) of 1979, by a horsewoman passing by chance, is quickly told. The dead woman went down in British criminal history as the Bedgebury Forest Woman.

The woman was murdered in an unprecedented act and then badly beaten up. The body had been hidden under branches. As the British police had no clues as to the identity of the dead, posters were put up throughout the Kingdom and the rest of Europe. There seems to have been no significant indication at that time.

 

Did the woman come from Eastern Europe?

She was trapped in abject poverty and had probably taken the gateway to England in the port of Dover. The starting point was probably the motorway, which was very popular with hitchhikers at that time. But even this trail led nowhere. There were suspicions that the woman might have come from the north of England, this lead was also discarded.

Her molars were in an extremely bad condition and she had no visible

dental treatment. At the time of her death, she was between 30 and 35 years old.

Years later, in 1984, the case was even covered by the BBC in the then very popular partner format of the German investigative program XY ungelöstCrime Watch.

The only usable lead for the investigators around the then team of TV icon Susan Cook was a dress that had probably been sewn by herself.

An ovarian pregnancy of the dead was the subject in the program. She had given birth to a child before. Where the child was, no one could say.

Only many years later did it become public that the show was quite successful, that someone had contacted us who could at least give a hint about the unknown dead woman. Apparently, the dress had been given to a Second-Hand market by a woman years before. The murder squad was unable to pursue any further trail because too much time had also passed. There was simply nothing solid to indicate the identity of the dead. In 1999, the case was again handled by Crime Watch.

At the beginning of the Millennium, a former truck driver, who also admitted to having picked up the dead woman hitchhiking, was acquitted in the court of having committed the crime.

To this day the case remains unsolved and is one of the most mysterious murders in the British Kingdom.

If anyone knows anything about the woman, they should contact

 Kent Police Headquarters, Sutton Road, Maidstone, Kent, ME15 9BZ+441622 690690.  

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