ANP Productions | Source: ANP
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On Tuesday, the Public Prosecution Service demanded eighteen years’ imprisonment and TBS with compulsory treatment in the court in Haarlem against 42-year-old Cetin K. for the murder of Angela de Beer (35) from Amsterdam. The victim was shot in the head in the night of June 14 to 15 last year in the Spaarnwoude recreational area. A few hours later, police found her body in a ditch.
K. denies everything. He had an extramarital relationship with the victim. According to the prosecutor, he abused and terrorized the woman for years and her attempt to “extricate” herself from the relationship probably proved fatal. The Public Prosecution Service also considers it proven that K. caused her serious burns a few months before her death during a stay in Turkey.
Angela de Beer called her parents in panic just before she was shot dead, around 3 a.m. She was already in the ditch at that time. After the connection was lost, the parents called the police. Amsterdammer K., married and father of four children, was arrested that same day.
The evidence against the suspect includes DNA traces on a glove and on a bullet casing, both found at the scene of the crime. Two eyewitnesses saw K. and the victim arguing shortly before the murder.