More Claims Filed and the Frankfurt Prosecutor General

More Claims Filed and the Frankfurt Prosecutor General

Instead of the trio of gatekeepers using their own cash trove, they convinced certain German leaders that the urgency required them to temporarily use the $300B settlement escrow accounts.  Understanding the illegality of such a maneuver, an elaborate agreement was reached under which Germany would allow the escrow accounts to be used for 30 days. On day 31, the fiduciary administrator guaranteed beneficiary payments would be restarted and the needed collateral would be replaced with other funds.  If the beneficiary payments were not completed, the Federal Republic of Germany would take responsibility for their completion after which they could pursue recourse against the current fiduciary administrator, Mr. Simon J. Church. Is this the reason Mr. Church is still in German disputed territory? Access with deniability?

Several journalists and legal advocates have found the cover for this ancillary document to the EU Bailout Agreement for the Federal Republic of Germany. However, hand written on the cover sheet is a note stating the document is relevant to the agreement but all the remaining pages are missing. To our knowledge, only two copies were made. One was in the possession of Dr. Wolfgang Schäuble, the other is part of the estate of Lord Fraser A. Milverton.

Total claims filed to date with the Frankfurt-am-Main Court of Appeals now exceed US$50B. These claims are related to the 2007 settlement agreement signed by Dr. Jürgen-Peter Graf and under the current judicial supervision of Dr. Roman Poseck. The current administrator is Simon J. Church aka John Smith, Robin Richards, and Theo Friedrichs. We believe he is currently moving frequently between locations on Reichnau Island, the peninsula between Obersee and Untersee Bodensee and along the coast of Lake Bodensee.

We are told his legal companion for the last 3 years is Mr. Neil D. Hughes, Barrister, Linenhall Chambers, Chester UK. The beneficiaries have been forwarding Mr. Hughes all information related to Mr. Church’s fiduciary duties since July 15, 2018 with no response.

Every attempt has been made to resolve this matter unofficially. On Monday, December 10, 2018, the beneficiaries will file an official criminal complaint with the Frankfurt Prosecutor General, Prof. Dr. Fünfsinn and Deputy Senior Prosecutor Kunze.

The defendants will include:

Dr. Wolfgang Schäuble, President of the German Parliament, former Finance Minister

Dr. Angela Merkel, Chancellor of the Federal Republic of Germany

Dr. Olaf Scholz, Minister of Finance

Dr. Heiko Maas, Minister of Foreign Affairs, former Minister of Justice

Dr. Katharina Barley, Minister of Justice

Dr. Roman Poseck, Judge and President of the Higher Regional Court of Frankfurt am Main

Dr Jürgen-Peter Graf, former Judge at the Federal Supreme Court of Justice, Karlsruhe

Dr Thomas Aumüller, former Judge and President of the Higher Regional Court of Frankfurt am Main

Dr Sabine Leutheusser-Schnarrenberger, former Minister of Justice

Simon J. Church, John Smith, Robin Richards and Theo Friedrichs, Fiduciary Administrator, Chesterfield Derbyshire UK

Neil D. Hughes, Barrister, Linenhall Chambers,Chester UK

Attachments will include:

List of Claimants and claim amounts.

Invoices Submitted.

UCC Liens

Press Releases

Court Petitions

Judicial Complaints

Previous beneficiary payment details

Communications listing.

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