In the future, a memorial garden will commemorate the crimes of the Belgian child murderer Marc Dutroux. It opened on Tuesday in Charleroi, south of Brussels, the Belgian news agency Belga reported. Previously, one of the two houses in which Dutroux committed his crimes stood on the site.
The “Dutroux affair” shocked all of Belgium in the 1990s. Dutroux kidnapped six girls, abused and tortured them. Four of them died. On August 13, 1995, the police caught Dutroux. The now 66-year-old is still in prison. The fathers of two victims also took part in the ceremony. The victims’ families originally wanted to keep the house as a memorial. However, they then agreed to the demolition on the condition that the basement in which two girls were killed would be preserved.
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