amsterdam/nice - The Amsterdam chief commissioner Pieter-Jaap Aalbersberg knew that his police unit bought years of Ajax season tickets to please agents and their relations. He admitted that in a trial to the National Recherche, according to his own research of this newspaper.
Against the Rijksrecherche, Aalbersberg also acknowledges that he had never previously seen excessive behavior. Nevertheless, he secretly declared his colleague commissioner, Ad Smit, suspected of falsely faking friends, family and colleagues with football tickets.
Aalbersberg says in a response, if requested, not to be aware of bringing friends and family.
Since this week, Smit- one of the country's best-known police officers- has been crashing over the head because of eclipse in employment.
Smit, 64, denies in an exclusive interview that he has been guilty of criminal conduct. 'A settlement takes place', he says from his holiday address in France. 'They are trying to break me. I can not say anything about the content of the research, but all of this has to do with jealousy and a former labor conflict. '
Research from the National Recherche shows that dozens of police officers and their relationships 'benefited' from the free Ajax tickets.
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