BRUSSELS – The single team that is investigating the notorious Gang of Nivelles in Belgium will receive reinforcement of twenty detectives and the department’s crime analysts. The last time, eight tips were received, of which 470 are further analyzed. Minister Koen Geens (Justice) spoke Tuesday in the Belgian parliament about the new research plan.
The gang committed in the early eighties, a series of thefts and robberies on supermarkets. There were 28 deaths. The perpetrators are never caught. The research team was in October extended to eleven man, after testimonies that the deceased gendarme Christiaan B. a member of the gang was.
Man wants that the bottom stone above and all the evidence is put under a microscope. Further, is working on a law allowing victims of the criminal organisation are entitled to a higher compensation.