Breaking News: Witness Affidavit to BHPD regarding Raffles van ExelMarch 29th, 2012
Update: The affidavit was transmitted to BHPD at 7:24am PST on March 29, 2012
HSK Exclusive - Well known Beverly Hills attorney, Ronald Richards has received a sworn statement from a Hollywood Street King (HSK) witnesses, who is a Dutch national and has an extensive history with the man known as Raffles van Exel. The affidavit alleges knowledge of Raffles engaging in cocaine distribution and numerous narcotics related conduct consistent with large scale narcotics trafficking. The witness also has information of Raffles shipping Federal express packages between Amsterdam, Los Angeles and Chicago, which are well documented narcotics routes, for source countries.
The affidavit will be turned over to this morning to the Beverly Hills Police Department’s Homicide section by Ronald Richards for their use into the investigation surrounding the death of Whitney Houston on February 11, 2012 at the Beverly Hilton Hotel.
Due to the serious nature of the averments in the affidavits and the desire to protect the confidentiality of the witness, HSK believes that using as a liaison a reputable attorney assures the safety of the source and the ability to get the affidavit to the proper personnel.Richards previously represented Shaha Adnam, a daughter of a wealthy and respected Saudi national, and cleared her of murder charges investigated by BHPD, in connection with the death of Mark Ruffalo’s brother Scott Ruffalo.
Hopefully as a result of HSK’s contribution to this fast paced story, will assist BHPD in ascertaining the true fact as to what really happened the night of Whitney Houston’s death. The newly revealed facts and witnesses shows this story is just beginning instead of ending.
Other media outlets are reporting that sources within the Beverly Hills police claim investigators now want to talk to Raffles van Exel after HSK exclusively broke the story that Raffles made claims he cleared the singer’s hotel room before police arrived to the death scene.
The cops want to know who provided Whitney with the cocaine and if someone tampered with the death scene, that would be a felony under California law.
Exel made the revelations about clearing Houston’s room to the Dutch Telegraph newspaper, saying: ‘Someone had to do it’. Just four days following her death on February 11, where he also said: ‘The room had to be emptied.’