Testimony 38 out of 225 in the murder case Narges Achikzei

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The woman who was imprisoned at the end of January in the case of the murder of the 23-year-old accountancy student Narges Achikzei is in pre-trial detention for ninety days. This was decided last week by the court in Utrecht. Mary Hallebeek, press officer for the Utrecht Public Prosecution Service: 'We are working hard on the investigation. Ninety days is the maximum period of pre-trial detention. Within this period, the suspect's criminal case must have been dealt with by the court. When Narges opened the door on 7 December because a package was delivered to her, she was poured over with flammable liquid and set on fire. That same evening, she died of her injuries. At the end of January, the Media gave extensive attention to the case. Ten tips came in on this. In the same week the suspect reported to the police. As of 1 September 2008, Narges had started studying accountancy in the Economy & Management department of Fraijlemaborg. At the age of 16 she came from Afghanistan as a refugee with her family to the Netherlands, where they were granted asylum. Narges was known to accountancy as a good student. She was very active during lectures. At the end of last year she went to live on her own in Zeist. She was about to get married. (AG)

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