Private detective involved in Roumou investigationPOSTED: 08/7/15 12:31 PM
St. Maarten – Nardy Cramm, a private detective in Curacao, has emailed a complaint to the office of attorney-general Guus Schram on behalf of her client Judith Roumou. Cramm is not an attorney and she can therefore not represent the blogger in court.
The Public Prosecutor’s Office in St. Maarten is aware of the complaint and notes that Cramm has presented herself as the attorney for Roumou. “Apart from the question whether she is able to present herself as an attorney, we have not received any message from Zylena Bary that she has desisted,” press prosecutor Karola van Nie told this newspaper yesterday. “For the ongoing criminal investigation we still consider Bary to be Roumou’s attorney.”
Press prosecutor Karola van Nie told this newspaper that Cramm has received confirmation of the receipt of her complaint. “It will be handled according to the normal complaint procedure of the Public Prosecutor’s Office.”
This newspaper approached Cramm for a comment on the complaint she filed. She confirmed that “complaints” had been filed. “However, in consultation with Ms. Roumou the decision has been taken to maintain media silence. As soon as there are significant changes, I will inform you.”
Last year Cramm filed a complaint at the Bar Association in Curacao against the attorneys Sulvaran and Peterson and Eustatius, after these attorneys had called the dean of the association, Caroline Fiévez, “a retarded racist.” Cramm noted at the time that KFO (Fundashon Kòrsou Fuerte i Outónomo – Foundation Strong and Autonomous Curacao), the organization of Sulvaran, Peterson and Eustatius, “has the hallmarks of a terrorist organization.”