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Willy (39) risking 30 years for double roofmoord on aunt and uncle: Tuesday to start the process
Tens Tuesday the trial against Willy M. start for the correctional court of Leuven. The 39-year-old man from Liège, is accused of a double roofmoord in Tienen in January 2014. The victims were his uncle and aunt. The elderly couple was killed for a bank card.

François Waeterinckx (75) and his wife Marie-Claire Chapelle (64) on 9 January 2014 found dead in their house in Tienen. The macabre discovery was made by troubled family: the sister of Marie-Claire, Francine, in the presence of her son, Willy M., and his then 16-year-old son. The couple was with violence to the life. François was in the garage. His head was smashed with a blunt object. Marie-Claire was heavily damaged in the house. The whole house was turned upside down, which assumed roofmoord.

Why the perpetrators of the ‘friendly people’ were coined, was one big riddle for court, neighborhood, and family. Four days later, agents arrested a neighbor and also cousin of the elderly victims Willy M.. He had a lot of debts and, consequently, a motive for the murder. Also his girlfriend and son were taken for questioning. Detectives searched the house, Willy M., together with the lab. The house of Willy M. was sealed, just like his garage. That is near the house of the victims. May notify the offender Thursday of the double roofmoord through that box the house of the murdered couple to penetrate.

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