Belgium / 19-09-2012
Graves were desecrated at the cemetery in Uccle, Brussels. Unknown persons shattered 4 graves. This was revealed only recently, but it may be that the act was performed a few months ago.
A person who visited the cemetery on September 11, 2012, discovered the horror. He arrived at the “Dieweg” cemetery in Uccle hoping to find there the grave of one of his ancestors. Instead, he saw shattered gravestones and coffins that had been taken out of their graves. Bones were strewn on the floor. The common grave contained graves from the 19th and 20th centuries. 800 people had found their final rest in the site. Therefore, it will be hard to identify the bodies. The “Dieweg” cemetery is the oldest cemetery in Brussels.
The police have no clue
No slanderous inscriptions were found on the site, which probably indicates that this was not an antisemitic act. An investigation has been launched and a complaint has been filed against X regarding theft and destruction. It is not known when the act was done and nobody has entered the grave area since the routine check that was done there on October 2011.