Interpol released pictures of women
countries around the world and intelligence agencies largest organization to act as a bridge betweeninterpol‘ has shocked the world by releasing photographs of 22 women who were killed many years ago. Die are done. In such a situation, the question is bound to arise that why is a big international joint police organization like Interpol releasing photos of dead women? So let’s know the reason behind this…
Along with the photographs of these women, the Interpol Headquarters has also shared many personal details related to them. For example, the color of the clothes of these women, the jewelry worn by them or the tattoos found on their bodies, etc. The list of these 22 women has been prepared by three countries of the world. The black and white photographs of these women were accompanied by the words ‘OPERATION IDENTIFY ME’ at the top and SEEKING THE NAME OF UNIDENTIFIED VICTIMS OF MURDER at the bottom.
The picture of this advertisement with 22 women has gone viral all over the world. Actually these are the unfortunate women who have been murdered a long time back (between 1976 and 2019) but the police could not identify them. The countries that have prepared their list are Netherlands, Germany and Belgium. Their pictures are there but no one knows their names and addresses. Now Interpol wants that at least they can prove to be helpful in getting these dead women identified.
These three countries prepared the list
Now the question is bound to arise in the midst of all this that after so many years, why did Interpol think of identifying them? In response to this question, so far it has been learned that the detectives had asked Interpol to share the details of these 22 women. Then the Belgium police collected 7, the Netherlands 9 and Germany collected photos and other available information of the remaining 6 women. Along with the pictures of the women, information related to the jewellery, tattoos found on their bodies at the last moment, clothes found on their dead bodies and their color etc. have also been shared.
Women whose murder has passed a long time. It is difficult to recognize him even after seeing his old photographs. The help of facial reconstruction has been taken in finalizing such pictures. In the same picture, a picture of a woman whose body was found lying on the roadside in the Netherlands on Christmas day in 1990 has also been shared. The dead body was first noticed by the passersby passing by the road. The body was lying wrapped in a blanket in the park.
Woman murdered after torture
The woman must have been very young at that time. The place where that dead body was found was close to the border of Belgium. In the preliminary investigation of the dead body, it was proved that the woman was murdered after being tortured. In the last days he was not even given anything to eat. A red top and burgundy colored pants were found on his dead body. The average age of the deceased at the time of the incident was estimated to be between 15 and 25 years. What was the woman’s name? Who was she and where was she from? This question remains a puzzle even after 33 years.
Since last Wednesday, Interpol has started a campaign to identify these women. Since all these 22 women could not be identified. This means that the investigation of 22 cases of these murders is still incomplete. Because without their identification, the investigation cannot be proceeded legally. In such a situation, the investigators of the concerned countries now felt that if the women are identified, the story of their murder can be solved. There could not be any better medium in the world than Interpol to get the identification done.
If there is recognition then justice can also be found
Interpol has also uploaded all the information related to these women on its official website. If Interpol, a common international police organization of 195 countries of the world, succeeds in identifying these women after such a long time, then there is a possibility of justice for these women and their killers can be identified. This will also prove to be a milestone for Interpol since its inception till now.
One of these pictures is about 47 years old from now. So on the other hand, Interpol is considering the picture of the murdered woman in the year 2019 as the latest picture in this matter. On all these issues, Suzanne Hitchin, Coordinator of Interpol’s DNA Unit, says, “These victims are two-time victims. Firstly, when after killing them, their dead bodies were thrown in an abandoned condition. Secondly, when their identity and right to get legal justice was also snatched from them.