The Werkgroep Morkhoven
The Werkgroep Morkhoven was founded in 1989 by Marcel Vervloesem, with its actions concerning the use of isolation cells in a children's institute of Antwerp. After a long struggle with the Belgian authorities, a delegation of the group was invited by the Minister of Health who was in the process of making the regulation concerning the use of isolation cells in institutes. Morkhoven discovered that some children were sexually abused and worked in prostitutition. Further investigation led to the paedophile network "Temse” and "Zandvoort", with worldwide ramification, then archives of the network, with the photographs of 90.081 (report Europol) children raped, tortured, even some murdered. The press censored the information, pretending it acts of "a few hundred pictures in old magazines" and Belgian justice has blocked the investigation. Since the Workgroup fights to let the case known, Marcel Vervloesem was accused of paedophilia. He was prosecuted for the possession of child pornography and for intruding in the private lives of so-called "non-identified" criminals. Marcel Vervloesem has the full support of the Her Most Serene Highness, the Princess Jacqueline of Croÿ, who is the Vice President of Werkgroep Morkhoven.
Morkhoven website (English, Français, Italiano, Nederlands)