Criminal case MH17
Four suspects will be prosecuted for bringing down Malaysia Airlines flight MH17 on the 17th of July 2014. The first hearings took place on 9 and 10 March 2020. The next proceedings will resume on 23 March 2020.
War crimes, genocide, crimes against humanity, torture and enforced disappearances: international crimes and offenses of the most serious sort. The Dutch government believes that such crimes must be investigated and the guilty parties brought to justice.
MH17-case can use statements of threatened witnesses
23-04-2020 | 16:38
The statements of anonymous threatened witnesses can be used in the MH17-case, the council chamber of the District Court of The ...
Deployment of criminal civilian infiltrator criminal investigation into international drug trafficking
27-03-2020 | 11:32
More information can now be published about the investigation by the police and the Public Prosecution Service of the Northern ...
Criminal proceedings start against four suspects charged with bringing down MH17
09-03-2020 | 12:34
Today, the first court session at the Schiphol Judicial Complex (JCS) against the four suspects has been commenced at 10.00 am. ...
JIT countries continue collaboration on MH17 investigation
08-03-2020 | 16:13
The JIT countries investigating the downing of MH17 in 2014 today signed an extension of the JIT Agreement in Amsterdam. ...
Extensive criminal communication network brought down
30-12-2019 | 11:54
Today, the Dutch police and the Public Prosecution Service brought down an extensive encrypted communication network of Dutch and ...
Press release Netherlands Public Prosecution Service concerning Mr Vladimir Tsemakh
02-12-2019 | 12:00
Today the Public Prosecution Service (PPS) has informed the Russian authorities of its findings regarding the Dutch request for ...