Former local lawmakers in The Hague, who provided fake passports to criminals, including Reduan Tagi in the Marengo trial, will be brought to trial at the end of November.
According to prosecutors, 50-year-old Mildred Van D received € 1000 for every 20 forged passports between May 2009 and October 2014, one of which reached gang leader Tagi. That is.
FN, an intermediary who is currently imprisoned for another crime and has given her passport, will appear in court beside her. He is also suspected of washing the proceeds of the transaction.
The incident was revealed in 2016 when police and prosecutors accessed millions of encrypted messages sent over the Ennetcom network.
At a briefing to the MP on Friday, Digitization Junior Minister Alexandra van Huffelen warned that “structural issues” regarding how to issue passports lead to “mistakes and fraud.” She said there were dozens of cases of corrupt civil servants tampering with data, including photos and names.
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