ASSISES. The Alinda Van der Cruysen Case: In Search of...

It is their former cleaning lady who raises the alarm on Tuesday morning December 10, 1991. Paula brings some vegetables and groceries every week to Jules Bogaerts (81) and his wife Jeannette “Jeanne” Jacobs (78). But now they don’t open. The police enter the house at 52 Travelers Street in Tienen. On the coffee table there are three glasses and two bottles of Adler beer. On one of those glasses – the one with the inscription Adler beer – is DNA of a woman, it will appear. There is a broken bottle of postage on the floor. At the top there is a window open. A closet was searched in the same room. The officers also find two bodies. Terribly battered. “It looks like torture,” states law doctor Herman Van De Voorde.

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