- BREDA Klaas Otto and his right hand Janus de V. appear on Wednesday in Breda. The lawsuit is to follow live with reporter Saskia Belleman.
The pair are suspected of extortion, laundering and burnout. Otto (49) was released under strict conditions in February. A few days later, he was arrested for breach of the terms. He had been banned from contacting his right hand and cohabiting Janus de V. (46).
Soon afterwards, it was clear that Klaas Otto was again reported because of the extortion of a man from Etten-Leur. That man had a meeting with Klaas Otto, his son, his son-in-law and Janus de V. during the period when Otto was free.
After the appointment, he reported to the four and made available video footage to the police. Otto's son and son-in-law were detained for extortion. It was also known that Otto has hundreds of talks with other detainees, and that he estimated from the cell an attack on Greetje Bos, the Public Prosecutor.
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