Testimony 218 out of 225 in the murder case Narges Achikzei
Sometimes the pressure from the public and the media increases the chance of tunnel vision, says speaker Harro Kras. He cites as an example the investigation into the murder of a 23-year-old Afghan woman from Zeist. She died in December 2009 after she had been set on fire. "The media were on top of it. Experts were queuing up to give their views on this so-called honour killing. Meanwhile, a suspect woman from the circle of friends is on trial for this murder, in which the motive of an honour killing is clearly not on the agenda. The case shows the strength of the investigation team. It continued to take a critical look at all scenarios.