The police knew that Ferry de G., the man suspected of killing his ex-girlfriend in Hoofddorp in June, owned a firearm and was a member of a shooting club. The victim, 34 year old Raja Draaisma, also reported to the police that the man was eavesdropping on her and that she found listening devices in her house and car.
A spokesperson for the police confirmed this to NOS on Monday.
The police spokesperson told the broadcaster that they advised Draaisma to press charges, but she refused because she first wanted to discuss the matter with her ex. Her family told the Telegraaf on Monday that Draaisma was angry because the police did not take the matter seriously. “The cop literally said: call again if something really happens, miss. The is a better chance of a plane falling on your roof, than him doing something to you”, one of Draaisma’s family members said to the newspaper.
The police are now investigating whether De G.
had submitted valid documentation for his firearm license.
INC News-Schiedam, 17/08/2015 - via NL News