Law enforcement have arrested a 36-year-aged gentleman from Utrecht in link with an incident on the A2 motorway close to Amsterdam on Thursday involving criminal offense reporter John van den Heuvel.
The A2 was closed off to targeted visitors for virtually an hour with police initially only disclosing the motion was prompted by a threat to a individual who was under law enforcement security.
Crime reporter John van den Heuvel subsequently discovered he was the individual in dilemma in his paper the Telegraaf and thanked security officers for their warn reaction.
Telegraaf Wim Hoogland senior editor said any comment on the incident is ‘speculative’. ‘There is a lot we really do not however know. It is a good detail the police intervened. It is terrible enough that our reporters are getting threatened by criminals,’ he mentioned.
The incident comes 6 months soon after crime reporter Peter R de Vries was gunned down in a fast paced road in Amsterdam shortly immediately after leaving the studio of Tv set gossip demonstrate RTL Boulevard.
De Vries is claimed not have required police safety due to the fact it would make it unattainable for him to do his career. It is assumed that shooting may perhaps have been linked to the Marengo gangland murder demo in which De Vries represented important witness Nabil B.
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