In the late 1990s a top-secret police investigation was launched in The Netherlands, codename ROLODEX. Law enforcement officials had been monitoring a network of underaged male prostitutes and their pimps. By total coincidence, the police investigators ran into several high profile individuals who were making use of the services of these pimps.
Law enforcement officials identified three groups of people: the clients, the pimps & prostitutes and those offering their homes as temporary brothels. The pimps would only deal with these home owners, they would not contact the eventual high profile clients of the prostitutes.
Among those high level clients were, allegedly:
Two Dutch public prosecutors
A high level Dutch public official
A former Dutch university professor
A well-known legal expert in The Netherlands
When the police team ran into these individuals, they immediately asked permission to intercept all telephone conversations of these suspects. That permission was granted by the highest officials at the Dutch Public Prosecutor’s Office, only for the police team to subsequently discover that all suspects involved had ceased their communication right after the permission to eavesdrop had been received. The follow up action to search the premises of one of the suspects yielded no results: the suspect welcomed the police officers and knew why he was being visited by the police, stating: “I know what you are looking for, but it is not here anymore.”
The law enforcement officers are still very frustrated about this ordeal.
Former Secretary of Defense (and former Law Professor, Attorney General and Prosecutor General) Job de Ruiter
University Professor Ger van Roon
Legal expert and former adviser to HM Queen Beatrix, Frits Salomonson
He also suggests that Joris Demmink may have been the one who warned these individuals that their lines of communications were to be monitored and as such, may have personally sabotaged the police investigation into the matter.
Update: the Dutch whistleblower website http://www.klokkenluideronline.net domain has been taken down by authorities. Links containing that domain name can now be found on klokkenluideronline.is. They may also still be available via archive.org or Google’s Cache.
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