Some Dutch residents are outraged after finding out that a few cities have been offering as much as €10,000 to refugees to buy furniture and other necessities, local media reported.
Asylum seekers who get allocated to certain towns in the Netherlands may get as much as €10,000 to buy furniture for their homes, according to research carried out by the daily Brabants Dagblad (BD).
Talking to the local authorities, Brabants Dagblad found the sum of money varies in different municipalities.
While Oisterwijk, South Netherlands offers as much as €10,602 for a family with two children, in other cities, such as Bernheze, Schijndel Veghel and Sint-Michielsgestel the same family may receive around €3,500. Boekel offers the smallest amount of €2,200.
BD also said that some cities require refugees to pay the sum back, while others, such as the most generous Oisterwijk consider the money “a gift." Live Leak Read More>>>>
Lutherans like their guns.....
A Chester youth pastor is facing three counts of first-degree murder in a triple shooting at his home on Thanksgiving Day.
At 11:30 p.m. Thursday, Chesterfield County police officers found the body of Andrew E. Buthorn, 36, in the front yard of a home in the 14900 block of Dogwood Ridge Court. The bodies of two women, Jeanett L. Gattis, 58, and Candice L. Kunze, 30, were found inside.
Police said Christopher R. Gattis, 58, was found at the scene and taken into custody. He was married to Jeanett Gattis, the mother of Kunze. Buthorn was Kunze’s boyfriend, according to police.All four lived in the home, said police, who are investigating the deaths as domestic-related. In addition to the murder charges, Christopher Gattis faces three counts of use of a firearm in the commission of a felony.
Gattis is the youth pastor at Grace Lutheran Church on Harrowgate Road in Chester, according to the church’s website. The website features a photo of him in a tuxedo…