The Hofstad terror trial
Redouan al-Issar (43)
Redouan is also known as "The Syrian" or "Abu Khaled", is still missing. Police is not even sure of his name, they only know that he lived in Germany and was there involved in drug trafficking.
Nourredine el F.
He is also still missing. Two female Hofstad members, who are in custody, say that he is "just" in Morocco in the city where he is born.
He is the killer of Theo van Gogh. He is the 15th member of the group according to the subpoena of the 12 other members.
All member are suspected of the same charges:
- Membership of a terrorist organization with the intention to murder people
- Threatening people
- Obstructing parliamentary members Ayaan Hirsi Ali and Geert Wilders to attend parliamentary meetings
- Illegal possession of firearms or otherwise knowing others had.
- Representative Ayaan Hirsi Ali
- Representative Geert Wilders
- Theo van Gogh
- Amsterdam Major Job Cohen
- Amsterdam alderman Ahmed Aboutaleb
In chat sessions Jason Walters also named: Navo secretary 'Jaap de Hoop Scheffer', representative and leader of Lijst Pim Foruyn 'Mat Herben', finance minister 'Zalm' and prime minister 'Balkenende'. But Justice said they don't take that seriously and say that Jason Walters was just bragging. But parliamentary members want to know before tomorrow, why the involved parliamentary members where not informed (See also: Chatting with terrorists)
One of the Hofstad members could not be charged as an adult. Jassons younger brother Jermaine Walters reached the age of 18 this January (after his arrest). His lawyer, C. Starmans, says it is not certain that he will stay suspect. During a search in a bakery where he works they found an "attack plan" for Hirsi Ali. On new years eve she should be murdered, it said. It also contained a drawing of a house. But says the lawyer, after investigation it seems not to be his letter. The drawing does also not look like the house Hirsi Ali stayed at that time (See also: Assassination plan Hirsi Ali)Other Hofstad related items:
Murder trial Theo van Gogh
Justice dossier assassination Van Gogh
The prosecution of Mohammed B.
The Secret Service Mole
Gaos at Secret service
American Jihad in Holland
Van Gogh murder leads to Belgium