Petrus Hendrickus Maria Putker, a foreigner for murder charges, has been indicted for his wife's death in Colombia on September 19, 2015.
A Dutch statement said the statement informed a 63-year-old man of a lawsuit against him on suspicion of murdering his 54-year-old wife, Durdana Bruijn, on a sailboat through Rosario Island. .
The case begins after the Colombian prosecutor and the Dutch co-operation process. The Dutch authorities held several meetings in the territory of the state where information on this matter was exchanged.
The person who is involved in the crime is in his country of origin. The first hearing will be held in mid-January of next year.
The two were traveling on their lazy duck sailboat. According to the sole testimony of the defendant, the only witness approached the perpetrators who beat his wife and robbed a hundred thousand pesos.
The Navy calculated that six of the foreigners broke into the boat. Five of them were not recognized except for hoods. Also, he was unconscious after being attacked when he was in the bathroom, and when he woke up, he noticed that his wife had no life.
However, the law found that she died of mechanical suffocation, but the ship was alerted about the version of the ship by finding valuable items such as cell phones, photo and video cameras, computers and navigation equipment.
Putker also spoke to the Colombian investigator at the time of the ship's breakdown, but according to official reports, no signs of damage were found in the technical review.
Police began offering compensation of 30 million pesos to clarify the crime and stated in a statement to the husband of a temporarily banned victim in Colombia. The restriction was concluded and the man returned to his country where he is currently being prosecuted.
The couple began their worldwide journey in 2012 documenting the victim on social networks. "Jeep went to Cocora, one of the most beautiful places in Colombia, and then back to Santa Marta (we went) by bus to Cali and Medellin." This is how women portrayed her experiences on travel sites in the coffee region. He also wrote about the capital. "Bogotá was the next destination, a big city, and there were many things to spend four days."