Our story about 'Tomy Holten', born in Haiti with the Name: 'Tony'

After adoption in 1983 they ‘control alt delete’ his personal identity to ‘Tomy Holten’ and died on March 14 when he was arrested in the Netherlands in white small city with the name: “Zwolle”. Like George Floyd, he was pressed face down on the ground for a long time while one officer was kneeling on his back and neck and another officer had a police shoe on his face. There is also picture of it in this article. The members of Mr Data believe in the story below like a religion and culture:

source: owner of the video: Techrabota.bg ltd, Sofia Bulgaria – 2020 & students. expresses that the available footage of Tomy’s arrest is shocking and raises serious questions about police action. The results on the video quality were examined by students in-training.

source: owner of the video: Techrabota.bg ltd, Sofia Bulgaria – 2020 & students. expresses that the available footage of Tomy’s arrest is shocking and raises serious questions about police action. The results on the video quality were examined by students in-training.

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Tomy Holten died on March 14 when he was arrested in Zwolle. Like George Floyd, he was pressed face down on the ground for a long time while one officer was kneeling on his back and neck and another officer had a police shoe on his face. There is also picture of it. (https://www.volkskrant.nl/columns-opinie/ik-ben-antifa-twitterde-ik-waarmee-ik-een-storm-aan-ellende-opriep~b7e909f8/)

Is Tomy Holten our George Floyd? Died after police brutality in Zwolle (video). google free translation of the article in question :

Monday, June 1, 2020 In the past week, many thousands of Dutch people spoke out about the death of George Floyd, who was killed in the US by police brutality. This also happens in the Netherlands. Who knows Salim Hadj Ali, Raymon Gukol? Or for example Tomy Holten? There are major similarities between the arrest of Tomy Holten and George Floyd. Tomy died two months ago, on March 14, 2020. The police action shows major similarities. Tomy was also pressed face down on the floor for a long time while one officer was kneeling on his back / neck and another officer had a police shoe on his face. Police Violence - Died 60 Minutes After Arrest We spoke to Tomy's brother. Based on documents that the brother has shown to us, the following picture emerges. On the day when all of the Netherlands was hoarding because of the corona outbreak, Tomy was in the Jumbo Supermarket Netherlands in Zwolle. He was there, like the rest of the Netherlands, with the goal of shopping. Remember: this was the day the shelves were empty. He ran in the store and, according to the employees, he avoided things that were not there.-------------- The staff decided to send him out despite not finding the situation dangerous. A Jumbo Supermarket Netherlands employee spoke to him, they even hugged. Then he was calmly escorted outside. Then Tomy ran back into the store. The staff then decided to call the police. Then the police arrived. That's where the footage shot starts - see below. To be clear, Tomy hadn't stolen anything and done nothing criminal. He was unarmed. He was not a risk to bystanders - and certainly not a life-threatening risk to the police. Yet Tomy was held in a prone position for a long time by physical force due to a force majeure of police officers and several civilians. Very soon after, 60 minutes later, he is dead. This happened under the responsibility of the police, as a result of police brutality and involving several citizens. ---------------- Video footage arrest Tomy Pictures have been made of his arrest. On video 1 we see that the Dutch man with a Haitian background is driven to the ground by a number of people. Four Jumbo Supermarket Netherlands employees are involved. When they fixate him in a prone position, there are two officers, a Jumbo Supermarket Netherlands employee and two civilians who jump on top of him. A cop puts Tomy's head on the ground with his shoe. He presses the victim's back with one hand and presses Tomy's arm to the ground with the other. Another officer has put his knee on the victim's back (which makes breathing difficult) and presses with his hand on or just below his neck or temple (Tomy had a large wound on his temple). At the same time, two or three other people (not agents, probably civilians) push Tomy to the ground. One of them presses Tomy's neck for a long time. ---------------------- Only this fragment concerns shocking images:

Like George Floyd: questions about the circumstances of a fatal arrest in Zwolle- Google translation

A policeman presses his heavy work shoe on the face of the detainee for minutes, another cop leans his knee on his back. Not long after, the man dies. It does not happen in the United States, but in the Netherlands, mid-March. What happened to Tomy Holten in Zwolle? Haro Kraak10 June 2020, 19:31

Like George Floyd: questions about the circumstances of a fatal arrest in Zwolle-. google free translation of the article in question :

His name is chanted in protests. In Amsterdam, Eindhoven and Zwolle. His name is Tomy Holten. Activists see him as the Dutch George Floyd, an innocent black victim of police brutality. But unlike Floyd's death, which sparked protests against racism worldwide, the tragic fate of Tomy Holten initially produced little commotion. --- The two fatal incidents are indeed very similar. Like Floyd, Holten was brutally arrested at a store and pressed on his stomach, a controversial technique banned in Belgium. For several minutes, officers clamped Holten to the ground until he became unwell. He died an hour later. ------- It is clear that serious violence has been used against a black man with no harm in the sentence, the subdistrict court also agrees. But three months later, there are still many questions about how the arrest could derail in such a way that she became fateful to Holten. ---------- Tomy Holten goes to the Jumbo Supermarket Netherlands on the Hogenkampspassage in Zwolle on Saturday afternoon, March 14, around five o'clock. He lives around the corner and, although it is only about 10 degrees, is wearing his slippers. The atmosphere is stressful in the store, it's the heyday of hoarding. Two days earlier, Rutte called on all Dutch people to work from home. --------------- Holten, a 40-year-old adopted Dutchman of Haitian descent, has noticed the behavior of employees. He would run through the store and avoid things that are "not there." An employee asks Holten to leave the supermarket. He refuses first. Finally he is escorted outside. ------ At that point, the atmosphere isn't grim. The employee would have laughed with Holten and put an arm around his shoulder. Tomy's brother, who will be referred to as Mike in this play, saw this when he visited the Jumbo a day later and was allowed to view the security footage on an employee's phone. ------ Playing tag But Tomy Holten also looks hunted and anxious, employees say. He would have mistaken a phone for a weapon. "His heart went 200 miles per hour," an employee told Mike. And: "I immediately saw that he was sick." Why the employee embraced Holten after all is unclear; the one and a half meter distance is already in effect. Once outside, Holten runs back into the supermarket. In images of the arrest, a worker cheerfully says to a bystander, "I just played tag with him." Tomy runs away "like a little kid who doesn't want to listen," says Mike, based on the surveillance footage. Although there is no question of aggression and Holten has not stolen anything, the police are called. In summary proceedings that brother Mike later brought against the Jumbo, in order to claim the security images and to be reimbursed for the funeral costs, the judge concludes that Holten has made a confused impression, by 'pulling on bags from shoppers and' to bend close to a cash register '. According to employees, he would say that they should "shoot him". ------------- Heavy work shoe When the officers arrive, the mood changes. Holten panics and opposes the arrest. Video footage shows five to six men, including two officers, a Jumbo employee and two bystanders, working him hard to the ground and securing him in a prone position. An agent presses his heavy work shoe on Holten's face for minutes. Another officer leans his knee on Holten's back. A bystander holds his legs. Another bystander clutches Holten's head between his knees. A Jumbo employee is also entangled in the struggle. In a following video, which lasts two and a half minutes, Holten keeps shouting "no" and shouting while he is pressed on the floor. Another video, which is in the possession of de Volkskrant, shows that the police are laying an aluminum rescue blanket on Holten, because it has been on the cold asphalt for so long. A Jumbo employee with shaved hair and in a black polo shirt with a yellow print keeps pressing Holten to the ground. An officer says Holten should breathe calmly. Not long after, Holten becomes unwell. An ambulance arrives and the emergency responders check on him. After a short investigation, they conclude that Holten can be taken to the cell complex in Zwolle. There he dies an hour later, despite an attempt to resuscitate him. ----------- National Criminal Investigation Service The National Criminal Investigation Service starts an investigation into the incident, as usual when a detainee dies. In the meantime, the police, the Criminal Investigation Department and the Public Prosecution Service do not want to respond to questions. "We have not been able to determine that an employee was on Tomy Holten during the arrest," said a spokesperson for Jumbo Supermarket. "As long as this investigation is ongoing, we will not be making any further announcements." "We had such nice plans," said his brother. Tomy was looking for a job and would father a daughter. His girlfriend, who lives in Amersfoort, is due in August. In November, Holten, his brother, his girlfriend, and their daughter would go to Philadelphia, a trip to Tomy and Mike's birth mother and sister, who they would meet for the first time. ---------- Birth certificate Tomy and his brother have had little or no contact with their adoptive parents, who live in Maastricht. In January, they learn that their birth certificates contain errors: the date, place and name of the birth have not been recorded correctly, they hear from their biological mother. Tomy discovers that he is actually called Tony, that is what he wants to be called from now on. The discovery gives Holten the feeling that "everything in his life is fake," says Mike. "He's been confused by that." A witness told Mike that when the police asked his name, Holten shouted, "I don't know who I am!" Data analyst in Amsterdam, Mike, has spent the past three months trying to find out more information about his brother's death. But hardly anyone wants to say anything to him, not the police, not the National Criminal Investigation Service, not the Jumbo Supermarket. "I still know next to nothing. That drives you crazy. It feels like his life is being erased. " Mike is a fictitious name, his real name is known to the editors.

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Responsible source: owner of the data research: Techrabota.bg ltd, Sofia Bulgaria Law – 2020.. Expresses that the available footage of Tomy’s arrest is shocking and raises serious questions about police action. The results on the video were examined by students in training. google free translation of the article in question : 

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