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Visser v. The Netherlands

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In a case where the applicant's conviction had been based to a decisive extent on anonymous testimony, the domestic court had not carried out a sufficient examination into the seriousness and well-foundedness of the reasons for the anonymity of the witness when it decided to use the statement made before the investigating judge in evidence against the applicant.

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2002-01-01
2016-08-31

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