At one point the decision was taken not to release Singh Parole hearing – Inquiry into early release.
The Dutchman immigrated to the United States and has been detained since 1984. He was sentenced to 56 years in prison for ordering the murder of his wife and daughter.
Singh and his family are not related. A statement based on his conviction also appears to be the result of a deal between a key witness and the state prosecutor. The key witness got a reduced sentence, money and a house.
Still, the Parole hearing Nothing as the case is being reassessed.
According to Imam Khan, it is being investigated whether Singh, who is currently ill, can be transferred to the Netherlands in another way. That this hasn’t happened yet, according to the lawyer, is the result of a “lack of political will”.
Imam Khan believes that the Cabinet should adopt what is known as ‘WOTS practice’. That law would allow Singh to be brought to the Netherlands. But that is sentimental, says the lawyer. According to him, Minister Frank Weerwind (legal protection) fears that many prisoners will have to be brought in from abroad.
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