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Convicted Dutch gangster Willem Holleeder, who gained notoriety for the 1983 kidnapping of a Heineken beer tycoon, was accused in court Tuesday of orchestrating hits on his two sisters and a prominent journalist from his jail cell.Journalist De Vries, who wrote a best-selling book about the Heineken kidnapping, has filed a death threat complaint against Holleeder.The two were released after a ransom of 35 million Dutch guilders (15.8 million euros, $18 million today) was paid.Holleeder was sentenced to 11 years in 1987 for the kidnapping and released five years later.
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