(December 10, 2012) You ask how Jimmy Savile got away with it... read this.
Dutch journalist Micha Kat has been on the trail of the former head of the Dutch Ministry of Safety and Justice Joris Demmink for a long time now. But he has been far from alone in accusing his prey.
First named by inference by the Netherlands press in 1994 in the context of 'the involvement of a top official from the Hague in the abuse of minors', in 1996 Turkish police alleged they had evidence proving that Demmink organized sex parties in Turkey during which minors were abused. They stated that the sex parties were organized in collaboration with drug offenders who had contacts with the Turkish government.
In 1998, a Dutch TV documentary revealed that young boys were smuggled from Poland to the Netherlands with the assistance of "a top official of the Dutch government". It added that a top official named "Joris" had been sentenced to 240 hours of community service and six months of conditional imprisonment.