The Dutch newspaper De Volkskrant published an interview with lawyer Liesbeth Zegveld today in relation to the case against the Dutch State regarding the Moluccan train hijacking at De Punt (Drenthe, the Netherlands). Liesbeth Zegveld and her colleague Brechtje Vossenberg are representing the surviving relatives of the hijackers.

The interview (in Dutch) can be found here and here.

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