Judicial Corruption at the Geert Wilders Trial

by 1389 on October 6, 2010

in 1389 (blog admin), censorship, Europe, Gates of Vienna (colleagues), Geert Wilders, jihad, Netherlands

Originally posted at 2.0: The Blogmocracy

Kudos to the Dutch counterjihad blogger Klein Verzet for uncovering a serious conflict of interest among the judges at the trial of Geert Wilders.

(h/t: Gates of Vienna)

Klein Verzet: Wilders Trial – Day 2

Today the court of substitution ruled that although the formulation of the trial court was careless, it did not show prejudice against Mr. Wilders. The trial court stays and the trial against Mr. Wilders continues tomorrow.

But other news broke today as well. President of the substitution court is Frans Bauduin. He is the same judge who refused to give the assassin Volkert van der Graaf who assinated Pim Fortuyn just before the election a life sentence (Bauduin: “he did not disrupt the election process”). He was also one of the few judges who in the past have criticized governmental policies (NL) for fighting Islamic terrorism (NL).

Bauduin also has a side job: board member of the Morocco fund. Activities of the Morocco fund is for stimulating development aid for Morocco. For this it develops political activities (NL) and organizes Ramadan activities (NL). The foundation most likely depends on government funding (Goverment funded NCDO funds the foundation). The funding will becomes less likely when Geert Wilders his PVV party becomes part of government.

See also:

Wilders Trial – Day 1

Read the original with comments.

Seems as though the judicial system in the Netherlands is just as corrupt as that of the US.

Much more information here:

Gates of Vienna: Legality Does Not Guarantee Legitimacy

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