The only one who knows what happened to the murdered girl (13) from Anderlecht is her 2.5 year old sister. The toddler was found unharmed, but in shock, in the perpetrator’s car. She will be questioned by the police in the coming days. But how does such an interrogation proceed? Debra Van den Abbeele, expert interrogation techniques for minors at the federal police, explains. “The parents don’t decide whether they are at the interrogation. That is the choice of the child, whether it is 2 or 16 years old.”