As a result of your articles about the shooting at the Dam, the following.
I was also at the Dam, as a little boy of 7 years old, when the shooting started. I was a thin skinny little boy and got a few times a week extra nutrition by the Brothers of Saint Louis, who had a Secondary School at the Prinsengracht. I was at the Primary Catholic School Maria at the Prinsengracht 29, from the same congregation, and they selected me as somebody who needs something extra in his belly. I heard form the grown-ups that the Canadians would arrive at the Dam, after my bite I walked to the Dam to take a look.
During the shooting a horse and carriage from Van Gend and Loos [Transport Compagny] drove over the Dam. A few men at that carriage grab me in my collar, throw me at the carriage and told me that I had to lay down. Somewhere, I don’t no where, but it was a long way from the Dam, the carriage stopped and they let me walk home.
Afterwards I wonder if there has ever been a proceedings against these murderers, because it is a war of crime to shoot on a crowd of innocent unarmed civilians.
You know that by any change?
Source: Oud Amsterdammer, April 1 2014