What seems to be a leaked internal memo of the Dutch Immigration and Naturalisation services (South East district, Unit Brabant West), apparently written by a Mr. Ben Gradussen regarding a conversation with a Mr. Ruyters at an organization called BIRS, clearly states that decisions regarding extradition of the ‘involved’ person Baybasin will be postponed (cannot be communicated), as the
“Baybasin Case Is Being Used As Pressure Means ‘To Get The Turkish Authorities To Do Something In Another Case’”
The memo – if authentic – also clearly indicates that Mr. Demmink will be going on holiday on Thursday so an attempt will be made to finalize the decision making process (which involves the Ministry of Foreign Affairs too) on Thursday morning at the latest.
Who Are The Individuals Accusing Joris Demmink Of Unlawful Acts? What Are The Accusations About?
2. Hüseyin Baybaşin. Portrayed by Wikipedia as Europe’s Pablo Escobar. He claims that he was and still is incarcerated in The Netherlands allegedly as a result of the Turkish government putting pressure on Joris Demmink, using information about Demmink’s alleged sexual abuse of minors (during visits to Turkey from 1995 to 2000, while making use of multiple aliases) to move him to act against Baybasin, who in turn would be able to disclose sensitive information about Turkish government officials engaging in drug trafficking activities. The evidence and complaint Baybasin has put forward has been regarded by the Dutch Court of Law as non-relevant as Baybasin is not a victim of Demmink’s alleged abuse himself. Fact remains that Joris Demmink has paid a visit to Baybasin’s prison facility in the past, resulting in Baybasin being put in isolation for the duration of the visit. Another issue is the alleged tampering with intercepted telephone communications of Baybasin as well as faulty transcripts of those communications by enforcement officials.