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FACTS UNDERLYING THE PROCEDURE Jacqueline de Croÿ - 25/02/2010

France has not seen fit to trigger a procedure on the ties of the paedophile network Zandvoort in 1998, when the President of the European Parliament has sent public congratulations to the NGO Morkhoven for its discovery, or in 1999, when this NGO sent the first CD-ROM to the French president. The French judiciary folklore was triggered on February 24, 2000, following an article in the newspaper "L'Humanite".
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The French justice has launched the procedure on the basis of three truncated copies of the complete CD-ROM in its possession. These copies where given by Serge Garde, the journalist author of the article, by Bernard Valadon, the president of the French NGO "Le Bouclier" and George Glatz, the president of the Swiss NGO "Cide", but in absence of the author of the discovery: Marcel Vervloesem, coordinator of the Morkhoven inquiries, and even of the President of the Belgian NGO, Jan Boeykens. Judge Ringot reported letters of request in Belgium, Holland, Germany and Italy, without explaining the origin, which had not been inspired to her by the Holy Spirit, but by the facts underlying the procedures that she does not note in her withdrawal of case.

The inquiry that led Morkhoven to the CD-ROMS followed the media coverage on their discoveries on the paedocriminal network Temse and Madeira. Mrs. Schadwald recognized her son Manuel, a German 11-years-old boy missing from Berlin in 1993, in a television report. Marcel Vervloesem was incarcerated on the basis of slander of network members, for purposes of intimidation, proof that the network is run by the judiciary. The Belgian law giving prisoners access to court records of their accusers, Marcel Vervloesem could discover the identity of the employer of his accusers: Gerrit Ulrich, a German paedocriminal living in Zandvoort.

Juge Danielle Ringot

On June 11, 1998, looking for Manuel, the Morkhoven group met Ulrich in his favourite pub, in Zandvoort and made him invite him at his home. Eight computers showed a parade of child pornography. Marcel Vervloesem asked him his photographs of Manuel. Ulrich realized his mistake, became frightened of the press that had covered the identification of the boy in the Temse/Madeira case and handed a CD-ROM containing about 8,700 photos.

Ulrich and two of his employees involved in the Temse/Madeira network fled. He went to LyonRobby Van der Plancken at house of Patrick Busquet, while Warwick Spinks, an English citizen, took another destination. Ulrich telephoned to Morkhoven to ask them to go for the rest of his equipment, with two of his cousins. He travelled to Italy with Robby Van der Plancken, who has killed him with a gun belonging to Patrick Busquet. Marcel Vervloesem went with the two cousins of Ulrich and journalists from the Dutch television Nova, June 19, 1998. He found 82,000 additional pictures in the indicated hideout.

Morkhoven publicized the case in July 1998, which made an international choc. Journalists from around the world, including from Japan, Australia and New Zealand came to interview Marcel Vervloesem, which should have been enough to start the investigations. The network paid the local rabble to accuse him of child abuse, 15.000-FB (375-€) per complaint in September, the day following the diffusion on the RTBF, Belgian national television, after the release of the second part of the report of "Faits Divers" on the disappearance of Manuel Schadwald.

Gina Bernard-Perdaens, social worker, collaborator in "Faits divers" had participated to the checking of the sources and the French translation of the program. She became attached to the Morkhoven group, and shocked by the silence of the European Ministries of Justice, she wanted to forward a copy of CD-ROMs to the international reporters and child protection organisations.

Marcel Vervloesem has only authorized to communicate only 50% of contents of CD-ROMS, of which only the first one to the journalists so that in case of theft of a material given only under the ethics of total confidentiality, the investigators could make the difference between the stolen material and the original one. Mrs. Bernard gave over 80% of the photographs to the associations and 99,95% of first CD-ROM to Serge Garde. All believed to have the entire collection. Bernard Valadon assured the file contained "over 77,000 photos", while there were 93,081, according to Europol.

Pas de victime de Zandvoort en France

The "thorough" investigation of judge Ringot has not revealed either the complaint filed by the NGO on March 4, 2001, thus two years before this withdrawal of case dated March 20, 2003, with the complete file. She came to the conclusion that the truncated CD-ROMS given by Gina Bernard-Perdaens would have been a single CD-ROM that given by Marcel VERVLOESSEN, of who she does not manage to spell properly once in her entire indictment. She has limited her inquiry on 8.700 photographs, whereas the complete dossier has 93,081 photographs.

The French police would be so hopeless that they would not have discovered that when one CD-ROM had been sent to the European heads of state in April 1998, seven CD-ROMs had been sent to the King of the Belgians, showing the dossier was far bigger. Belgium had, following a "thorough investigation" of a few weeks, closed the dossier in secret with the reason of "unknown perpetrators". The King did not seem any more interested. The seven CD-ROMS entrusted to the King were then stolen from the law court of Antwerp.

Officer Bergen of the Dutch police gave the NGO Morkhoven the revues with 572 search warrants launched by the police of Kennemerland, which include the portraits 17 adults. The photograph n°9 of the Zandvoort file was identical to photograph n°1 of the dossier CORAL, a French case of paedophilia. The adult had been identified in 1982 as being a French senior magistrate.

The photocopies of the search warrants, of the quality given by the copier to the supermarket in the village of Morkhoven were given to Serge Garde. These photocopies were exposed in the premises of the newspaper in Paris, but around ten pages appear to have been stolen, since there were only 470 portraits left. Two French mothers recognized their children. The French procedure was launched March 20, 2000, based on the truncated copy of one CD-ROM, of which a full version had been sent by Chirac to the Minister of Justice a year earlier. What professionalism!

This is the start of a series of letters of request, two from France and one from Switzerland for the presentation of an incomplete file to the parents:
  • 10/04/00, the juvenile police in France.
  • 15/05/00, the French Gendarmerie
  • 14/07/00 at police headquarters in Geneva!

The incredible incompetence of the French justice did not allow the French parents who suspected that their children be included in such a file, that it was available in the local gendarmeries. They then responded to the letter of request from Bernard Bertossa, the Attorney General of Geneva, to come and see the file in Switzerland, while in principle they should not leave have left their home town. No one knows how the Attorney Bertossa justifies he had invited the French parents, or what were the reasons leading to the suspicion that these French children were in the Zandvoort file. Even more surprising: no one knows the reasons of the Swiss Attorney General for ignoring the importance of inviting the Belgian NGO who had discovered the file to ensure it was complete.

Another remarkable fact: the judge Ringot made a letter of request on April 10 in view of the presentation of the file to parents may recognize their child, whereas she will not have the original journals before May 4, date of her letters of request to Belgium and Holland. In other words, she shows bad photocopies of what is already a selection of photographs, which was made by the Dutch police and with 98 photographs missing. This selection was justified insofar as it includes the most serious crimes, but not to the extent that each child represented on the file requires to be protected from contact with at least one member of a network of paedophiles.

It is regrettable that the Belgian, French and Swiss people entrust these kinds of dossiers to such incompetent characters, but that's democracy. However, we do not understand that the King of the Belgians did not react to the theft of CD-ROMS that we have entrusted him to assure a serious investigation and not a judicial parody, hence the question: WHAT HAVE YOU DONE WITH OUR CD-ROMS, SIR?
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