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De barbiemoorden - Deel 2 

The killer-courier makes a fourth victim, same type and MO. After some wrapping paper is found with another, Van In gets the idea a courier could have met all victims professionally, and ... See full summary »

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Pieter Van In
Lucas Van den Eynde ...
Guido Versavel
Mathias Coppens ...
Mitch Dedecker
Michel van Dousselaere ...
Roger De Kee
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Roger Peeters
Steve Aernouts ...
Koen De Bock
Maarten Bosmans ...
Reggie De Beule
Herman Boets ...
Leo Vanmaele
Günther Lesage ...
Frank (as Gunther Lesage)
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Maaike Cafmeyer ...
Carine Neels
Sanderijn Helsen ...
Ann Jacobs
Francesca Vanthielen ...
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The killer-courier makes a fourth victim, same type and MO. After some wrapping paper is found with another, Van In gets the idea a courier could have met all victims professionally, and Mitch's legwork ends up identifying Koen De Bock. Photos of three victims before their death are found on a shrine in his home. Van In is worried that Nadine, who worked in Justice, isn't among them, and soon finds further reasons to doubt she fell victim to the same killer; as there are yet resemblances beyond what was revealed to the press, a second killer would have to be tipped off inside Justice where more secrets have leaked to criminals recently... Meanwhile Mitch's mother is terminal in hospital and Guido has to leave the adoption procedure once more solely to his gay partner Frank, who is told the agency can't commit a child because they have no binding legal partnership, so Frank makes a crucial choice. Hanne is offered her old job back as her successor is promoted to procureur (Belgian ... Written by KGF Vissers

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14 April 2008 (Belgium)  »

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