- Marc Dutroux kidnapped and molested six girls and murdered four of them
- The 59-year-old was sentenced to life in prison in Belgium after conviction
- His lawyer says Dutroux planned to kidnap as many children as possible
- Julien Pierre says Dutroux wanted to imprison them all in an abandoned mine shaft
By Jennifer Newton | 9 March 2016
DAILY MAIL — Belgian paedophile Marc Dutroux planned to ‘kidnap many children as possible’ and create an ‘underground city’ in an abandoned mine to imprison them, according to his former lawyer.
Dutroux was convicted and sentenced to life in prison for kidnapping, molesting and imprisoning six girls and murdering four of them, in a case that sparked demonstrations across Belgium and an overhaul of the nation’s criminal justice system.
Julien Pierre, who was Dutroux’s lawyer from his arrest in 1996 until 2003, the year before he was sentenced, gave Belgian weekly magazine Soir Mag details of conversations with the convicted murderer. […]