wesleynl (Jan 22 2011, 11:31 PM) said: > original post
Vincent Tabak Charged With Jo Yeates Murder
Detectives investigating the death of Joanna Yeates have charged 32-year-old Vincent Tabak with her murder.
The Dutch engineer, who was arrested on Thursday, will appear before Bristol magistrates on Monday accused of killing the 25-year-old.
pepec (Jan 24 2011, 10:38 AM) said: > original post
You don't know anything about him, Illuminatus.
illuminatus (Jan 24 2011, 09:44 AM) said: > original post
Apparently, the first couple of years he was in the UK, it was a very hard time for him adjusting to life in England!!
Well, isn't that something! I hope he knows how it is for the expats who live in his country.
So why was it hard for him? was it because he found himself becoming regularly invited to the pubs/parties with people or even colleagues that he didn't know so well? (remember the Kring concept doesn't exist in Britain) or was it because he saw the immense choice in the supermarkets & shops in general? could have been homesick for Albert Heijn or was it the good & polite customer service that freaked him out?
Or it could have even been seeing a great choice of beers & Ales in the pubs? or maybe even he was given 4 biscuits instead of one with coffee round someones house!
Something freaked him out and made him kill, and we need to know!
illuminatus (Jan 24 2011, 10:44 AM) said: > original post
And nor do you, or unless he's a cousin of yours pepe?
pepec (Jan 24 2011, 10:46 AM) said: > original post
No, but I am not making wild assumptions. I don't know whether he is guilty or not. I guess he will get a fair trial.
You merely thought this was an ideal opportunity to rant about something, while it had nothing to do at all with the topic.
mrfook (Jan 25 2011, 08:54 AM) said: > original post
This all seems a bit odd. He doesn't fit the profile.His family are backing him.
The police were acting on a 'tip-off'.
He had very little contact with her.
The boyfriend was away.
Crime of passion ?
qed (Jan 28 2011, 11:28 AM) said: > original post
Venlo has Geert Wilders.
Good thing they are all white, otherwise the Moroccan Dutch get the blame again ...
cloggieking (Jan 28 2011, 04:09 PM) said: > original post
Geert Wilders is one of the few good things about this country, it's Moroccan community isn't.
Holland is extraditing three Moroccan terrorists to Belgium, fortunately.
mrfook (Jan 28 2011, 05:41 PM) said: > original post
I'd say it was the other way round.I live in the moroccan community.How come in over 7 years I haven't witnessed any of the crime,violence,nastiness on the street (anti-islam crap) reported so avidly in the right wing media?
I'd much rather have moroccan neighbours than just one Geert Wilders. Before I moved to Amsterdam I had the misfortune of having Wilders mentality supporters as neighbours.They did thier utmost to make my life hell.They didn't succeed - I moved.