Suspected double murder in McDonald’s is on the death list, according to lawyer NOW

Suspected double murder in McDonald’s is on the death list, according to lawyer NOW
Suspected double murder in McDonald’s is on the death list, according to lawyer NOW

According to his lawyer, the suspect of the double murder in a McDonald’s branch in Zwolle is on a death list. The 33-year-old Veysel Ü. fears liquidation. That said his lawyer Michel van Stratum on Thursday at a preparatory session in the court in Zwolle.

According to counsel, the threat is the subject of an investigation within the detention center where the suspect is staying. According to RTV East You get. months of extra security in the prison. His father and wife would also be threatened.

A threat towards the suspect is not known to the Public Prosecution Service, the public prosecutor said on Thursday.

YOU. is suspected of shooting the brothers Ali (57) and Hüseyin (62) Torunlar on March 30. The two were shot at close range in a full McDonald’s in Zwolle-Noord and died on the spot. YOU. reported to the police station in Deventer after the incident.

The suspect and the brothers knew each other. YOU. said in the first interrogation that he had been extorted for months by the duo and their family. He says he has invested 1 million euros.

‘The suspect did not want this’

YOU. confessed to shooting the brothers. But according to his lawyer, there was no question of a “cold, calculated liquidation”. He said there was no preconceived plan. “He did not want this,” said Van Stratum.

The lawyer asked Thursday for additional investigation into the alleged fraud and extortion. The prosecutor did not consider it relevant to investigate this. It wouldn’t say anything about whether a double homicide is provable.

Many relatives attended the hearing. The suspect himself was absent. The next session is in November.

The article is in Dutch

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