In the weekend of April 18 and 19, an 18 year-old young man was stabbed to death in the town of Oss. The suspect is a 25 year-old refugee from Sudan, with a temporary visa and who has been in trouble with the law before.
The victim was on his bike when he was attacked out of nowhere and without provocation by the crazed ‘refugee’. Police think a woman was attacked by the same man a little earlier, but she managed to escape. The killer has caused unspecified ‘trouble’ before and was already know by police. He was arrested the same evening in a ‘crazed’ or ‘confused’ state.
Just last month in the same province of Brabant (in the south of The Netherlands) a 56 year-old man was also stabbed by a ‘refugee’, that time from Trinidad & Tobago.