No substantive response from police management to R. Geissen’s complaint about the corrupt police action

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.

PO Box 8300
3503 RH Utrecht

R. Geissen
PO Box 4063
3502 HB Utrecht

Telephone 0900-8844 (local rate)

Visiting address               Kroonstraat 25, Utrecht
Corps unit                         Corps management

Treated by                        Mrs. M. van Rossum
Direct dial number         0900-8844
Our case                            2011-0107
Date                                   2 February 2011
Subject                             Complaint police action

Dear Mr. Geissen,

In your letter of 26 January 2011, you submit a complaint about the way in which the criminal investigation into the Zeister fire murder was carried out. I will not deal with your complaint. The court will determine whether the criminal investigation was sound. This cannot be assessed within the complaints procedure. You also write that you want a fact-finding investigation to be carried out by the National Criminal Investigation Department. I cannot comply with this request. Such an investigation is carried out by order of the public prosecutor.

The following applies to your declarations.
This is not a declaration but a mutation. This means that what you have reported is known to the police, but this does not lead to a criminal prosecution.
This is a report of which the public prosecutor has taken the decision not to investigate/prosecute it under criminal law. You have been informed of this in writing by the Public Prosecution Service. If you do not agree with this dismissal decision, you can complain to the court in writing, in accordance with Article 12 of the Code of Criminal Procedure.
This is, however, a declaration. The public prosecutor will check whether this will be dealt with. He will inform you of this in writing.

If you do not agree with my decision, you can ask the National Ombudsman to conduct a further investigation within one year of receiving this letter. The address is: De Nationale ombudsman, Postbus 93122, 2509 AC ‘s-Gravenhage. For more information, you can also call the free telephone number of the National Ombudsman: 0800-335 5555 or consult the website:

Yours sincerely,
the police force manager of the Utrecht Police Force,
on behalf of this

W.H. Woelders
deputy chief of police

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