The National Police does not consider it appropriate for members of police units in the three major cities to congratulate William Engel from the truth virus. This afternoon in the emergency appeal of the Hague Court, Engel said that Amsterdam, Rotterdam and The Hague police congratulated him on the court’s decision in The Hague this morning. He decided a case brought by Virus Truth that the curfew should be lifted.
“The police find it important to be in contact with as many groups of society as possible,” the National Police said. He added, “The police respect the court’s decision, but they do not consider congratulations here. There is still a health crisis and we are continuing to work to prevent the spread of the virus.”
Police in The Hague say a policeman called Engel from his post and congratulated him in his personal capacity. The Hague unit maintains that this is not the position of the police.
Police in Rotterdam also confirmed that there had been contact. “The police are always looking for contact with residents and especially with the main characters. We have appointed many people who stay in touch with Mr. Engel in both good times and bad times. Congratulations were moved from a neutral location because the connection was warm. That says nothing about it. What. We think of him like the police. If Mr. Engel does what is not allowed, then there is communication about him, but also if he is personally successful, then there is communication. “