Jamel L., 56, who was detained in a stabbing-murder case at a supermarket in The Hague, will remain in custody for at least another 90 days. A council of the Hague District Court on Thursday decided to order Antoneta Djogja to remain in custody on charges of killing him.
L is accused of stabbing a 36-year-old Albert Hein employee to death on June 20, shortly after the Tafmarkt store opened. A Romanian woman died on the spot.
Mr. L was arrested outside the store. He has a long criminal record in Holland, England and Curacao. A few days later, it was revealed that the Netherlands had refused to continue the treatment five years earlier, which had been sentenced by a Curacao judge to indefinite compulsory psychiatric treatment in an institution.
More than 100 people took part in a silent march Wednesday night to remember the victims. Candles, white roses and memorial lights were placed in the supermarket. Some wore white T-shirts with pictures of Yogja.
The silent march began at 8:15 pm on the Lan van Reagan and the Gorbachev near The Hague Central Station. The originator of the march was the Very Italian Pizza restaurant in The Hague, where the woman worked before changing jobs. Her friend and colleague of Albert Hein also joined the walk.
Aljen Kaptains, Councilor of The Hague, was also present at the commemoration. He called the woman’s death “horrifying” and said: “I have spoken to many entrepreneurs in the region about this. It really worries people.” Kaptejns represents The Hague in dealing with policy issues related to the city centre.
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