Hofstadgroep leader Samir Azzouz whose group planned to make bombelts complains jail is too cold for him -threatens hunger strike
October 27, 2006
MIM: The Volkskrant published a handwritten letter from Samir Azzouz the sucessor to Bouyeri as leader of the Hofstadgroep, which he smuggled a hand written letter out of jail while appearing as a defendant at the 'Pirahna' terrorist trial . He complained of 'being treated like a dog' and threatened to go on hunger strike together with six other other jailed Muslim terrorists.
He was upset at being punished because he was still in bed after 8 am, and complained the jail was too cold for him...
Samir A. Animals have it better
"It is better in an animal shelter or the zoo (Artis) then here". He wrote it in the name of six other suspects and announced that he and six suspects for go on an extreme hunger strike
Samir A.: "Dieren hebben het beter"
MIM:Not to be outdone by his client - Azzouz's lawyer also filed a complaint that he did not have enough time to prepare!
Advocaat Samir Azzouz complains to judges because the terrorist was moved to another jail and he did not have access to certain documents "This makes it difficult to deal with the contents of this case" according to lawyer Victor Koppe.
De verdachten van het vermeende terroristische netwerk van Samir Azzouz hebben zich niet goed kunnen voorbereiden op het inhoudelijke proces dat maandag tegen hen is begonnen. Dat zei advocaat Victor Koppe tegen de rechters die de zaak behandelen.