Wim Dankbaar Convicted in Dutch Courts
JUNE 1, 2010---WIM DANKBAAR CONVICTED OF STALKING AND DEFAMATION; ORDERED TO CEASE AND DESIST LIBEL AGAINST DUTCH POLICE
Wim Dankbaar, who portrays himself as the preeminent JFK murder "expert", was ordered by a court in the Netherlands to cease, desist and remove from all sources (including the internet) any defamation he posted against police for their investigations in the Deventer murder case.
The Dutchman posted numerous outrageous lies, as he's been apt to do against others, and harassed and threatened police officers and their families. Additionally, Mr. Dankbaar posted the private home telephone numbers and home addresses of three poliice officers involved in the investigation. A restraining order was issued prohibiting him from approaching or contacting any of the officers or their families.
Dankbaar was fined 25,000 euros for each day that he ignored the court's ruling.
FYI: So you won't be confused, clicking on any of the above links will bring up poor Google translations from Dutch into English. Wim's last name "Dankbaar" means "thankful" or "grateful" in Dutch and is also translated at "thankfully" or "gratefully" or "gratitude" in various Dutch reports on the Internet. The reference to "Overveen", usually next to his name, refers to his hometown.
Clicking the next links will bring up two pictures showing how some Dutch people portray Wim Dankbaar with respect to some of his activities related to pedophiles and his posted defamation.
In 2009, Wim Dankbaar aligned himself with other conspiracy nuts, this time from Michigan, USA to help in his various online defamation and libel. The Battlecreek, Michigan couple are named April Kelley and Edward F. Kelley. All three are involved in harrassing an American journalist, among some of their crimes.
In 2007, the Dutchman was arrested and jailed for illegal activites against Dutch investigative reporter Peter R. De Vries.