Just in the past few months there have been several terror arrests which ended up with the so-called terror suspects being release. In some cases, the prosecution still sees them as suspects (though obviously not of preparing an immediate attack as claimed), in others charges have been dropped.
Either the security and intelligence agencies are messing up and arresting innocent people, or the laws are not protecting the population from possible terror attacks.
Dutch prosecutors say they have released a 26-year-old Pakistani man arrested last month on terrorism suspicions due to a lack of evidence.
Prosecutors say in a statement released on Tuesday that an investigation turned up ''no evidence'' against the man.
They say he will be deported, however, as an ''undesirable alien''.
He was arrested on 14 March in the southern city of Breda. At the time, prosecutors said he was believed to belong to a cell of Islamic extremists linked to an alleged thwarted suicide attack in Barcelona.
Source: Expatica (English)
See also: Netherlands: Terror suspect arrested