Tv reporter caught on tape sex van camera man
In 1983 De Vries followed the case of the kidnapping of Freddy Heineken for the Dutch newspaper De Telegraaf.
He attended proceedings and sometimes visited the hotels in France where the kidnappers Cor van Hout and Willem Holleeder were being held under arrest. The first was De zaak Heineken (The Heineken Case, 1983), released in the same year as the kidnapping.
On 11 January 2008, Van der Sloot threw a glass of red wine into De Vries' face right after a live broadcast of the Dutch talk show "Pauw & Witteman" on which De Vries and Van der Sloot (with his parents) had been guests.
The wine got into De Vries' eyes and briefly it seemed to have caused him a considerable amount of pain.
In the first half of 2006, De Vries and Wim Dankbaar produced a two and a half hour special about the 1963 assassination of U. Files contradicted the findings of the Warren Commission and claimed that the CIA and the mafia were involved in the assassination.
In November 2006, a program by De Vries was broadcast in which he accused Joran van der Sloot, one of the prime suspects in the disappearance of Natalee Holloway, of her disappearance in Aruba.
but the evidence was deemed insufficient to warrant re-arrest.This was followed by De ontvoering van Alfred Heineken (The Kidnapping of Alfred Heineken, 1987), a novel from the perspective of Cor van Hout based on interviews De Vries conducted with Hout en Holleeder over a period of four weeks during his last hotel arrest in Évry, Essonne in 1986.The novel was later adapted as Kidnapping Freddy Heineken (2015) starring Anthony Hopkins.Video footage of a couple having sex in a pizza delivery shop as staff worked on the other side of the counter has been shown to a court.The CCTV footage of Daniella Hirst and Craig Smith was shown at Scarborough Magistrates Court, where the pair faced charges of outraging public decency.