A true game of cat and mouse underlies the events. Years ago, one of Van Ooijen’s followers placed the text ‘Jesus saves’ on a cupboard at the Gorinchem exit. Countless times he discovered that the first two letters had been made illegible and that ‘sister saves’ could be read. “I have no idea who is doing this and why”, says Van Ooijen, who then always ensures that ‘Je’ is reapplied.
On Saturday evening, he set out to restore what he believed was destroyed artwork along the highway at the exit. Suddenly, the police were behind me and I was accused of destroying a Reich property. But when I see how much graffiti has been applied in the Netherlands, I was under the impression that this is allowed. ”
Van Ooijen has previously been arrested for illegally sticking election posters for Jesus Lives. The party will again participate in the elections for the House of Representatives next month.
He is due to appear before a judge in April. He may also be fined for breaking the curfew. “The police report states that I was arrested at 9.10 pm. But it was five to nine, because I wanted to be home on time. So they try to punish me even more. ”
Source: De Telegraaf by www.telegraaf.nl.
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