There are also several examples of cases where, after investigation, it was decided not to institute criminal proceedings.
One such example was an investigation into the possible involvement of several Dutch citizens in war crimes in Croatia in the early 1990s.
Another example was the investigation into a Dutch company whose machinery was used for the construction of the barrier and an industrial site near a settlement on the West Bank in Israel. The investigation was launched in response to a report by the human rights organization Al Haq. For further information on the reasons behind the decision not to institute criminal proceedings in this case, see the press releases on this decision.