Broadcasting Corporation is not going to broadcast the episode about the fire murder in Zeist from the series “The Family Detective”

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Narges Achikzei, who was set on fire, and her boyfriend had a heated conflict with the woman's 32-year-old former employer in Utrecht. The family is associated with fraudulent practices. In any case, they were accused by an aggrieved man. He himself was summoned to a court one week after the fire murder in connection with the slander. For a long time he is said to have sent e-mails to the woman - an ex-worker - and damaged her honour and good name.

It is very likely that this conflict played a role in the cruel death. The public prosecutor's office never wants to answer questions about the content of the legal conflict. It is clear that the conflict exerted great pressure on Achikzei and other participants.
From: Michiel van Rijswijk <>
Date: Mon 11 Sep. 2017 at 17:35
Subject: Re: Question following the press release of the documentary series the Family Investigator
To: Ralph Geissen <>
Dear Mr Geissen,Thank you for your messages regarding our series ‘The Family Investigator’.

We can inform you that the case you are talking about, ‘the fire murder in Zeist’, is not part of the episodes we are going to broadcast.

I hope that I have informed you sufficiently.

Yours sincerely,

Michiel van Rijswijk
Communication| Communication consultant

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From: Ralph Geissen <>
Date: Monday 11 September 2017 12:55
To: Michiel van Rijswijk <>
Subject: Fwd: Question following the press release of the documentary series the Family Investigator

Dear Mr Van Rijswijk,

Narges Achikzei is 100% sure to be the victim of honour-related violence. If BNNVARA has family investigators tell invented stories that Narges was the happiest girl on earth and that MDNDR021 was her jealous love rival, I will officially ask for a rectification at BNNVARA. If the rectification is refused, I will go back to the Press Council so that they can judge it.

I have not, of course, seen the broadcast yet. But I know the detectives and they have been lying, cheating, deceiving and threatening for many years. There is a “hidden left-wing agenda” behind the authorities.

I don’t accept any more lies from around the fire murder in Zeist. That time is over. Chances are that the two family investigators will be in the news very negatively because of lying, cheating, deceiving in the documentary at BNNVARA. I’ll pay attention to it anyway.

Hopefully it won’t be necessary, but I fear the worst because these detectives are really notorious.

With kind regards,
Ralph Geissen

From: Ralph Geissen <>
Date: 11 September 2017 at 00:12
Subject: Question following the press release of the documentary series the Family Investigator
Dear  Mr Van Rijswijk,

I’m the victim of the fire murder in Zeist. The Press Council will shortly be saying something about this at my request.In the announcement I saw that one broadcast was about ‘a fire murder’.

My question is therefore: is the documentary about the fire murder of my former employee Narges Achikzei? If so, there is undoubtedly a lot to be said about the stories of the family investigators and there is a chance that a case will be made of this at the Netherlands Press Council. The detectives of police Zeist are notorious.

With kind regards,
Ralph Geissen

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