Dutch musicians died in Murder

Here are 2 famous musicians from Netherlands died in Murder:

Pim Fortuyn

Pim Fortuyn (February 19, 1948 Driehuis-May 6, 2002 Hilversum) a.k.a. Wilhelmus Simon Petrus Fortuyn was a Dutch politician, professor and author.

His most well known albums: .

I'm sorry, but Pim Fortuyn was not a musician and did not release any albums. However, he was known for being an outspoken politician and an advocate for immigration reform in the Netherlands. He founded his own political party, Lijst Pim Fortuyn, in 2002 and was poised to potentially become the next prime minister of the Netherlands before he was assassinated by a radical animal rights activist on May 6, 2002. Fortuyn's political views and controversial statements sparked a national debate about immigration and multiculturalism in the Netherlands.

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Theo van Gogh

Theo van Gogh (July 23, 1957 The Hague-November 2, 2004 Amsterdam) otherwise known as Gogh, Theo van, Valéry Boutade, Theo or Theodoor van Gogh was a Dutch film director, author, film producer, actor, free speech activist and screenwriter. He had one child, Liewe van Gogh.

Related albums: and .

Van Gogh was known for his controversial and provocative works in the film industry. He directed and produced several critically acclaimed films, including "Submission," which addressed issues of violence against women in Muslim societies, and "06/05," which explored the assassination of politician Pim Fortuyn.

Apart from his work in film, van Gogh was also a prolific writer and journalist, contributing to various Dutch newspapers and magazines. He was a staunch advocate for free speech, often publishing controversial and unpopular opinions.

Tragically, van Gogh was assassinated in 2004 by a radical Islamist extremist who took issue with his film "Submission." His death sparked a wave of debate and discussion in the Netherlands around issues of free speech, immigration, and extremism.

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