The employee from the NATO base in Luxembourg’s Capellen who was found dead in his car in Belgium on December 16 committed suicide. This emerges from a statement the Belgian public prosecution gave to US daily “Politico” on Tuesday afternoon.
According to this statement, the employee’s family also put to rest their doubts about a suicide. The man was found with a bullet in his head, fired from an unregistered gun, which raised doubts about the theory of a suicide. However, a suicide note was found in the car in which the man mentions failed financial investments. His family seemingly wasn’t aware of these investments.
The high official had worked for NSPA in Capellen (NATO Support and Procurement Agency, formerly NAMSA).