Dutch girls' lawyer will sue the Public Prosecutors
The case will be presented at the International Court of Human Rights
Enrique Arrocha, lawyer of the Kremers family, has said he will present a case against the Public Prosecutors of Panama at the International Court of Human Rights, because of the "lack of interest and inefficacy" during the investigation of the disappearance of Kris Kremers and Lisanne Froon, the two Dutch girls who went missing last April in Boquete, near the Costa Rican border.
Arrocha argues the report of the Dutch Forensic Institute reveals that the complete document with evidence of the case hasn't been handed. The dossier consists of 800 pages, of which the Public Prosecutors have only made available 150.