brussels - In the investigation of the gang of Nijvel, the lower stone must come over. 'Too much is unclear,' the Belgian Minister of Justice Koen Geens said in parliament after the recent revelation that a former government attendant could possibly be a member of the murderous organization of the 1980s.
If necessary, additional money and staff will be available for research, but Geens said that expectations should not be too high. According to him, there have been efforts in the past to overthrow the investigation. He was talking about 'a fainted legacy. '
According to a relative, the former custodial officer was on his deathbed that he was the gangster known as 'De Reus'. Undoubtedly interesting, says Geens, but research on his DNA and fingerprints did not provide proof for that.
At the Nijvel Gang robbery at, among other things, Delhaize Supermarkets, 28 people arrived. For information that leads to the detention of perpetrators, the supermarket chain has completed 250. 000 euro tip money.