Extradition decision for conspiracy theorist Micha K set for September

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A Northern Ireland court will decide in September whether to extradite conspiracy theorist Micha Kat, who is wanted in the Netherlands for inciting violence.

Kat is currently living in Northern Ireland and will learn on September 3 if he will be sent to the Netherlands for trial, a spokesperson for the public prosecution service has confirmed to DutchNews.nl.

The 58-year-old is facing criminal charges for encouraging violent threats against RIVM chief Jaap van Dissel and Bodegraven-Reeuwijk mayor Christiaan van der Kamp as well as others.

In particular Kat claims that many prominent members of the Dutch government, as well as journalists and others, are involved in pedophile networks and ritual child sacrifice.

Described by the Volkskrant as the ‘uncrowned king of the madhouse,’ Kat has previously been convicted of making bomb threats, vandalism and slander, including threatening the editor-in-chief of the Dutch public broadcaster NOS and a journalist for De Telegraaf.

The city of Bodegraven-Reeuwijk brought legal action against Kat earlier this year, for spreading the lie that children buried in a local cemetery were the victims of ritualist Satanic murder. The town cemetery was overwhelmed with flowers laid by conspiracy theorists, upsetting the relatives of children who are buried there, and threats were made against city officials.

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