Holland: A Dutch city councilor in the Hague, Willie Dille, 53, and member of Geert Wilders’ anti-immigrant Freedom Party, was reported to have committed suicide shortly after posting a video on Facebook in which she claimed she was kidnapped and gang-raped by Muslims as part of an intimidation campaign over a year ago. She appears distressed in her video as she recounted that the gang demanded her silence during council debates and that she recently had received a death threat warning that “we will soon cut your throat and let you bleed to death.” She blamed a former political colleague, Arnoud van Doorn, who converted to Islam, and accused him of orchestrating her rape. Police reported that Ms. Dille did not make a formal police report but had spoken with police several times. Dille was controversial and, in 2016, she shared a video on social media that said a nuclear bomb should be dropped on Muslims. -GEG
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Willie Dille served as an MP for the anti-immigrant Freedom Party from 2010-2012 before returning to her seat on The Hague city council. The party’s leader, Geert Wilders, is an outspoken critic of Islam.
This video was removed shortly after it was posted online.
“We can confirm that Ms. Dille never filed a formal complaint,” the police said, adding that officers advised her “several times” to proceed with one. “But for reasons not known to us, [she] didn’t. Neither did she provide us with details about the incident to enable us to commence an investigation.”
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