Jane Bürgermeister, Independent Journalist, to appear at court: may be arrested (Video)
2010-08-08 0:00

From: YouTube.com


Now that there is verifiable, unambiguous evidence that the Austrian government and state prosecutors have faked criminal charges to provide a pretext to arrest and detain me, I am going to apply to the European Court of Human Rights.

Under Article 6 of the Human Rights Convention, all Europeans have the right to a fair trial and proper judicial process, and this is being denied to me. The Austrian state prosecutor for corruption Katja Wallenschewski sent a ltter saying that criminal charges by a Heiner Lohmann and Christine Cote had been filed. But Heiner Lohmann has since signed a letter to state that he had never filed criminal charges in Austria. He had just a general protest letter forwarding a letter from Christine Cote praising my contribution in opening people’s eyes to the swine flu scam.

By faking the criminal charges, the prosecutors hoped to bury my own charges dealing evidence of file manipulation and false accusations. They also hoped to brand me as a dangerous conspiracy theorist.

On August 12th, I have to go to the court to be interviewed about being placed under a court guardianship on the basis of these fake charges too. This will see me stripped of all my civic rights and any assets I am due to inherit. The government and Big Pharma seem determined to silence vaccine critics by any means.


Video from: YouTube.com/oximoronTV





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