INVESTIGATIVE CRIME REPORTER
SOLVING MANY COLD CASES
The last two decades Peter R. DeVries (1956) has been regarded as the top investigative crime reporter in Holland. He is known as the man who tracked down the Heineken kidnapper, stripped a royal couple of their title, sole handedly solved ten murder cases, exposed a contract killer and took on the Dutch Supreme Court to clear two innocent men of murder. For thirty years he has been feared equally by criminals and judiciary who are under his constant surveillance. His most recent achievement was the undercover operation resulting in the confession - recorded by hidden cameras - of Joran van der Sloot, essentially solving the disappearance of Natalee Holloway. By breaking this case, Peter's reputation spread far over the borders of Holland, particularly to the United States.
Starting as newspaper reporter in 1978, he worked his way to having his own crime show on Dutch TV since 1996 (‘Peter R. DeVries Crime Reporter’) which consistently scores high ratings and numerous scoops. This program is unique in Europe, working as a kind of private crime fighting unit, solving cases that have run cold with the Dutch police.
The assassination of John F. Kennedy
In 2006, Peter R. DeVries put his detective skills to the test by tackling the most talked about murder of the 20th century, the assassination of President John F. Kennedy. In a marathon broadcast from the US, Peter R. showed that the many conclusions and assumptions of the Warren-commission, which investigated the background of the assassination and stated that Lee Harvey Oswald acted on his own, were wrong.
Mr. DeVries brought new footage to light along with the astounding confessions of former hit man for the mob James E. Files. Files claims he pulled the trigger and was only one of the murderers hired in a joint operation between the CIA and the mafia. Both of whom had ample reason to want to dispatch Kennedy.
See fragments of the broadcast below:
Gary Mack comments on Oswald as the lone assassin:
Peter interviews FBI agent Zack Shelton:
Analyzing the magic bullet theory:
Testfiring the Remington XP-100 Fireball:
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