Wednesday, 19 October 2016 - 10:33
Defense employee arrested for leaking info to No Surrender
On Monday the police arrested a Defense employee suspected of leaking police information to motorcycle gang No Surrender, NU.nl reports. The employee in question is a 38-year-old woman who works in the south of the country. She was arrested based on a statement from former No Surrender leader Klaas Otto, a police spokesperson confirmed to the newspaper. The suspect had a relationship with Otto. According to the Telegraaf, the woman worked at a barracks that SWAT teams use as a base. She told Otto which civilian cars the SWAT teams use, the newspaper says. The woman was suspended. In the interest of the ongoing investigation, the police will make no further comment on the matter. Nor will they confirm where exactly the woman worked or what her function was. The police also raided the Kazienaveen home of the current No Surrender leader, Henk Kuipers, on Tuesday. They were looking for drugs. One person living in the home was arrested. It wasn't Kuipers himself.