Heinrich Boere
Heinrich Boere (27 September 1921 – 1 December 2013) was a convicted German-Dutch war criminal and former member of the Waffen-SS. He was on the Simon Wiesenthal Center's list of most wanted Nazi war ...
Guus Kouwenhoven
Guus Kouwenhoven (born September 15, 1942, Rotterdam) is a Dutch businessman who worked in Liberia during the presidency of Charles Taylor.
The United Nations issued an order in 2001 banning him f...
Hesdy Gerges
Hesdy Gerges (born February 20, 1984) is a Dutch kickboxer of Coptic descent, fighting out of the Vos Gym in Amsterdam, Netherlands. He held the It's Showtime World Heavyweight title until January 28,...
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Herbertus Bikker
Herbertus Bikker (born 15 July 1915 in Wijngaarden, Netherlands – died 1 November 2008 in Haspe, Germany), also known as The Butcher of Ommen, was a Dutch war criminal. He was a member of the Waffen-S...
Jason Walters
Jason Walters or Jamal (born 6 March 1985) is a Dutch citizen who was sentenced to fifteen years in prison on Islamic terrorism charges.
Jason Walters was born on 6 March 1985 to an American soldi...
Hans Gruyters
Hans Gruyters (1925?–1980) was a Dutch criminal. In the 1950s, he was a car salesman in Noord-Brabant, Netherlands. His nickname was the Black Rider, because he once appeared completely dressed in bla...
Kevin Sweeney case
Kevin Sweeney is a British businessman convicted in 2001 in the Netherlands for the murder of his wife, Suzanne Davies by arson on 17 July 1995. The prosecution offered no motive for the alleged crime...
Johannes O.
Johannes Franciscus Alphonsus Marinus (John) Opdam was a Dutch murderer.Opdam was born in October 1916 in Surabaya, Dutch East Indies. In 1936, he moved to the Netherlands. There he studied medicine a...
Right to silence
The right to remain silent is a legal right recognized, explicitly or by convention, in many of the world's legal systems.The right covers a number of issues centered on the right of the accused or th...
Willem Holleeder
Willem Frederik Holleeder (born 29 May 1958) is a Dutch criminal. In 2007 he was sentenced to nine years in prison for several counts of extortion, including the extortion of Willem Endstra, who was m...
Fermin Rocker
Fermin Rocker (December 22, 1907 – October 18, 2004) was a painter and book illustrator. He was the son of the anarcho-syndicalist theorists and activists Rudolf Rocker, a German, who had moved to Lon...
Johan van Banchem
Johan van Banchem (1615 - 4 October 1694 (buried)) was one of the leaders of the lynching of Johan de Witt and Cornelis de Witt on August 20, 1672. He was rewarded for this crime with an appointment a...
Curtis Warren
Curtis "Cocky" Warren (born 31 May 1963) is an English gangster, who as Britain's most notorious drugs trafficker was formerly Interpol's Target One, and once listed on the Sunday Times Rich List.
Volkert van der Graaf
Volkert van der Graaf (born 9 July 1969) is a Dutch convicted murderer who assassinated politician Pim Fortuyn, the leader of the Pim Fortuyn List (LPF), on 6 May 2002, shooting him in the head, neck,...
Lucia de Berk
Lucia de Berk (born September 22, 1961 in The Hague, Netherlands), often called Lucia de B., is a Dutch licenced paediatric nurse, who was the subject of a miscarriage of justice.In 2003, she was sent...
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Rachid Belkacem
Rachid Belkacem (1973 - July 5, 2006) was a Dutch national, and a suspected member of the terrorist organisation Hofstad Network. He was never convicted in court. His nickname was Abu Fadel, he was a ...
Maria Swanenburg
Maria Catherina Swanenburg (9 September 1839 in Leiden – 11 April 1915 in Gorinchem) was a Dutch serial killer, who murdered at least 27, and was suspected of killing more than 90 people.Swanenb...
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Fifth Amendment to the United States Constitution
The Fifth Amendment to the United States Constitution is part of the Bill of Rights and protects against a person being compelled to be a witness against himself or herself in a criminal case. Taking...
Fifth Amendment to the United States Constitution - Wikipedia