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BELGIUM-CRIME-PAEDOPHILE-DUTROUX

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Chairman of Brussels first instance court Luc Hennart (C) talks to journalists after Belgium's notorious serial paedophile killer Marc Dutroux asked a special court for early release on February 4, 2013 in Brussels, after serving 16 years of a life sentence for the kidnap, rape and gruesome murder of several young girls. The 56-year-old, the country's most reviled criminal, was escorted under heavy surveillance from a high-security prison to the central Brussels courthouse as a helicopter hovered overhead and 125 officers stood guard over the court building. AFP PHOTO/BELGA/ DIRK WAEM -Belgium Out- (Photo credit should read DIRK WAEM/AFP/Getty Images)
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Chairman of Brussels first instance court Luc Hennart (C) talks to journalists after Belgium's notorious serial paedophile killer Marc Dutroux asked a special court for early release on February 4, 2013 in Brussels, after serving 16 years of a life sentence for the kidnap, rape and gruesome murder of several young girls. The 56-year-old, the country's most reviled criminal, was escorted under heavy surveillance from a high-security prison to the central Brussels courthouse as a helicopter hovered overhead and 125 officers stood guard over the court building. AFP PHOTO/BELGA/ DIRK WAEM -Belgium Out- (Photo credit should read DIRK WAEM/AFP/Getty Images)
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February 04, 2013
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