The Dutch immigration and naturalization service was justified in its decision to revoke the residency permit of Iraqi man Vino H., the court in Groningen ruled. The 29-year-old man was convicted of killing a 96-year-old Amsterdam woman, affectionately known as Oma Toni.
The man convicted of murdering 96-year-old 'oma Toni' in Amsterdam's De Pijp in 2015, is now fighting his deportation to his home country of Iraq. After his conviction, the Dutch immigration and naturalization service IND revoked his residency permit, NOS reports.
Vino H., the man convicted of murdering 96-year-old Oma Toni in Amsterdam's De Pijk last year, was sentenced to institutionalized psychiatric treatment on appeal
The Amsterdam court sentenced Vino H. to mandatory treatment in a psychiatric institution for the murder of Oma Toni in Amsterdam last year. No time frame is connected to the sentence. According to the judge, H. "must be treated exactly as long as is needed until he is no longer a danger to society"
The Public Prosecutor demanded compulsory psychiatric treatment in an institution against 25-year-old Vino H., the man who stabbed 96-year-old Oma Toni in De Pijp, Amsterdam last year. H. told the court that the stabbing was a one time thing and a mistake, though it was "worth it" to get back at his father, according to AD reporter Victor Schildkamp tweeting live from within the courtroom.
Vino H., the Arnhem man on trial for stabbing 96-year-old Oma Toni from the Pijp in Amsterdam, should be sentenced to a psychiatric institution for compulsory treatment, the experts that examined him advised in court on Monday
Toni Heeremans-de Jong, better known as Oma Toni, made the decision herself to stop her treatment after being stabbed sent her to the hospital. That is the coroner's conclusion after an autopsy on her body, AD reports.