His mortgage was said to be 453,780 euros. Marianne Vaatstra’s father Bauke Vaatstra has arranged for a civil seizure of the farm, up to an amount of 250,000 euros. He considers that to be a proper compensation for the loss of his daughter and the subsequent psychological damage.
Many claim that the person convicted for the murder of Marianne Vaatstra is not the (only) one responsible for the death of Marianne. The profit made on the farm may actually be one of the motives for an alleged innocent person to have himself be incarcerated. It would also explain the absence of a hospitalization order, a usual treat for those who engaged in what was said to be a gruesome and horrific murder. There are already those who are wondering whether it would be easy to convince someone to take the blame for a murder, if that person would be facing huge financial problems and could now opt for a way to take care of his family, even while being imprisoned.
The above will undoubtedly lead to more speculation as to the motives of the man who was unable to provide any details of the murder to the judge who eventually had no choice but to convict him as a result of a confession, and a defense lawyer making a case for the man to be jailed as soon as possible.
Dutch language news article:
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