The procession began at 8:00 AM from Aalst Square before crossing the city center and stopped in the parking lot of the Delhaize supermarket, the target of a bloody attack by Brabant Killers 33 years ago. Local politicians were present, but the organizers stressed that the event was neutral.
The procession made several stops and the killers of Killers took the floor, as did organizer Michel Markey. One minute of silence was observed at Delhaize, and flowers were loaded.
The idea of such a march was born after the premiere of Stijn Coninx's film 'Niet Schieten', which traces the life of a victim, David Van de Steen and his grandfather. The feature film was released October 10 in our room.
Marchen was not only linked to the case of Killers of Brabant. Several victims of "failed justice" were present. "We are pointing to the lack of good help for victims, especially psychological. People are still traumatized, absolute victims of the Brussels attacks," they commented.