The 'Zandvoort File' first came to light in 1998 when Belgian founder of child support group 'Werkgroep Morkhoven', Marcel Vervloesem, provided a mountain of evidence to Dutch police indicating the operation of a systematic network which dealt in the kidnapping, torture and sexual abuse of children, even infants. Included in this evidence were high-profile names and matching bank account details proving their involvement.
Mr. Vervloesem's reward was to be framed for child rape and possession of child pornography. He is currently languishing in a Belgian prison, suffering from terminal cancer. The Zandvoort file has long since been buried.
Marcel was released in 2010. Was arrested again in 2012 but released on the condition he stay away from children. He was badly abused as a child and may well have acted out upon occasion, but his 2008 sentence was to keep him quiet. The child who made the charge confessed that he was paid to do so. The pornography they found was all stuff that he had turned over to police forces.
The first three parts of this report reveal the complicity of governments in suppressing exposure of the filthiest deeds imaginable.
Parts 4 and 5 are less informative. Drawing on typically French Freudian psychobabble, the report's producers attempt to conflate the heinous and sadistic crimes governments are covering up for psychopaths with somewhat milder abuses inflicted on children by adults who were once abused themselves, thereby projecting the crimes of a few onto society as a whole because of its failure to 'understand where the pedophiles are coming from'.
Certainly some wounded individuals with lust towards children may benefit from curative and therapeutic methods. But suggesting that the kind of pedophiles exposed in the Zandvoort, Dutroux and Jersey cases can somehow be 'rehabilitated' is to suggest that 'psychopaths are good people deep down inside'.
Meanwhile thousands if not millions of victims have been abandoned to these predators who continue to literally devour children.
Go to this site to watch the videos. It is one program divided into 5 videos, each about 19 minutes and very interesting.