“Are you quite sure, ma'am?” The bank employee who in march 2016, with an old widow and a charismatic man on the floor was, felt that something not right was. The lady, an eighties from Drongen, went there just agree to some 350,000 euro to donate to the man next to her. It was not her husband, nephew, or years of partner, but H. V., a bookkeeper retired from Antwerp.Contact with ‘treasures’
All was H. V. is more than a bookkeeper. He is also fascinated by and ‘specialising’ in esotericism and in supernatural forces. More specifically, he is often ‘the treasures’, a whisper. That ‘treasures’ from the afterlife the truth about as good as anything, and the H. V. she can hear. “My client learned H. Q. to know when her husband was still alive,” says Ingrid Martens, the lawyer of the elderly lady. “Her husband was interested in homeopathy, and so was the couple in contact with H. Q., which in that environment gedijde. When the spouse died, became my client is in the grip of the H. Q. They let themselves be fooled. He isolated her and adorned her, and gave her messages about ‘the treasures’, which he to say in connection was. He also claimed that the husband of the old lady had asked to care for his wife. My client let herself be blindly led by the accused.”
Half a million
The defendant was to say in connection with ‘the treasures’, and he deceived the old womanAdvocate Ingrid Martens
“But it is to care for someone, according to you? With the money from mrs to your account to versluizen?” That wanted to judge Anthony Van Mol know, during the process of H. V. fact for abuse of trust. In the months and years after the death of the husband of the old woman, disappeared more than half of the savings of the lady. Half a million euros in total. Mainly through donations, neatly arranged in the bank and the notary.