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Dutchman Who Kidnapped Heineken Tycoon Now Selling Real Estate in Panama

Real Estate By Rafael E. Berrocal R. for La Prensa - Martin Erkamps has been in Panama since March 2007, after having been sentenced for having kidnapped tycoon Freddie Heineken. Twenty five years after having committed the crime, Erkamps says he's sorry and explains that everything he did was the product of an error of youth. It says he moved to Panama because this it is a country "with all the opportunities to grow." And for him those opportunities are in the real estate business. The Dutchman promotes via the Internet a project called M&M Garden View which will be constructed in Las Tablas, but his business is being questioned by investors who allege he has swindled them.

PROMOCIONAN ‘RESORT’ EN LOS SANTOS.

Inversionista holandés, cuestionado en Panamá

LA PRENSA/Gabriel Rodríguez Martin Erkamps992957

Rafael E. Berrocal R. rberrocal@prensa.com

Martin Erkamps se radicó en Panamá desde marzo de 2007, tras purgar condena por haber secuestrado al magnate Freddie Heineken.

25 años después de haber cometido el delito, Erkamps afirma estar arrepentido y explica que todo lo que hizo fue producto de un error de juventud.

Dice haberse mudado a Panamá porque este es un país "con todas las oportunidades para crecer". Y para él esas oportunidades están en el negocio de bienes raíces.

El holandés promociona en internet un proyecto denominado M&M Garden View, que será construido en Las Tablas, pero su negocio ya es cuestionado por inversionistas que alegan que los estafó.

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