Death Els Borst remains mystery
The autopsy on the body of former minister of Health, and minister of State, Els Borst, was not conclusive. The autopsy did reveal that Borst died from her injuries, but it wasn't clear whether the injuries were the result of an unfortunate accident or a crime. D66 member, Els Borst, was found dead in her garage on Monday evening, after a friend got worried because she forewent on several events without cancellation.
Borst is known for her punctuality. Her body was found under suspicious circumstances and police immediately started a large-scale investigation. Forensics and police are still investigating the home, the premises, and the neighborhood, according to police informant, Thomas Aling. 'The investigation has to be conducted thorough and accurate, and there is still a lot to be done,' said Aling. It may take a few more days. The body has not been released to the family yet. The most important question at this point is how the injuries were sustained. Police were not able to establish the time of death. Aling did not want to release any information about the nature of the injuries; if Borst was the victim of a crime, that would be something only a suspect would know. The police may decide to question the neighbors again, who voiced complaints about their neighborhood suffering from burglaries in the past two years. 'We have two security systems in our home,' an elderly woman said to "De Telegraaf" and went on to say: "homes are raided on a weekly basis, even in broad daylight. That takes away your feeling of safety.'