Woman "underestimated the impact" of threatening statements against nationalist politician

A 21-year-old woman from Nijmegen who was arrested on Monday for involvement in death threats made against FvD leader Thierry Baudet during an anti-racism protest in Amsterdam, regrets what she did. In a statement to the police, she said that "underestimated the impact of her words", NU.nl reports.

The woman was released again on Tuesday evening.

Over the weekend, videos filmed at a demonstration against racism in Amsterdam were posted online. One video showed a protester with a scarf over their face singing: "If you want to shoot Thierry, then say bang."

The woman has to appear in front of a police judge on April 9th.