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French and Dutch Authorities Tight lipped about release of Dutch side Murder Suspect.

Marigot/Philipsburg:--- Reliable information reaching SMN News states that the Gendarmes have released the murder suspect they arrested on Wednesday in close collaboration with the Dutch side authorities.
The source said the Dutch Prosecutor Hans Mos was informed of the suspect's release on Friday. SMN News asked Mos on Friday about the suspect that was arrested on the French side because Mos did not release any follow up information on the suspect on Thursday and Friday. At the time SMN News requested the information, Chief Prosecutor Hans Mos said he will stick to the press release of Friday and no more information will be released on the VESUVIUS investigation over the weekend.
Sources close to the investigation on the French side said that the suspect in question was recently released from prison and he has on an ankle bracelet (electronic monitoring device) and it is impossible for the suspect to be involved in murders on the Dutch side. K.M. was arrested on Wednesday and was released on Thursday, the source said.
When SMN News learnt that the suspect was released by the French authorities even though weapons and other illegal items were allegedly found at his residence. SMN News contacted the Captain of the Gendarmerie Stephen Brunet on the release of the suspect. Brunet confirmed that the suspect was released but refused to say why authorities released the suspect since he is suspected of being involved in multiple murders on the Dutch side. Brunet said that the authorities on the French side are considering making a statement on Tuesday on the incident and investigation.
"I cannot say anything now on this matter. It's a Dutch side dossier and they are the ones that have to speak on the case. You can either contact the prosecutor on the Dutch side or the prosecutor on the French side for immediate information. On Tuesday, I will even make available a photograph of the search to you but until then I cannot say anything."
SMN News then contacted Mos over the weekend and informed him that we learnt that the suspect was released and asked if he would consider commenting on the release of the suspect. Mos said that he will stick to his press release of Friday because he does not have the authority to speak on investigations that take place on the French side.
SMN News then contacted the Chief of Police Peter de Witte for a comment on the release of the suspect. De Witte said even though he is the Chief of Police and is heading the operations of VESUVIUS investigation he is not allowed to comment. "We have decided to allow the Chief Prosecutor on the Dutch side to handle the press releases and to comment on the investigation."
On Wednesday afternoon, Mos sent out a press release on the eight suspects that were arrested in the VESUVIUS investigation. He said that K.M. (27) was arrested by the Gendarmes and his house was also searched. Mos said ten homes were searched in Wednesday's operation and as a result of the searches police found several guns and other weapons. Police also seized a considerable amount of drugs and money. Mos said the suspects that were arrested early Wednesday morning are suspects and accomplices of at least five murders, and two attempted murders which took place between April and September 2011 on St. Maarten.
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