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08.10.17

EPO, Lufthansa, and the German Government – Part IX: Potentially Fatal Injury to Air Plus Trademark Holder

Posted in Europe, Patents at 12:15 am by Dr. Roy Schestowitz

EPO, Lufthansa, and the German Government

Summary: The Air Plus trademark holder, who spends many of his days in the hospital nowadays, and suspicions that there was an attempt to harm him and spy on him

THIS series began over a week ago and since then Croatian and German media have taken note. In fact, some readers have offered additional help investigating these matters. In parts 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7 and 8 we dealt not only with the role of Željko Topić (now EPO) but also some people around him. Having studied these matters, we often came across stories where Topić attacked his critics’ right to speak; even journalists and officials were impacted by this. Today we deal with suspicions of physical attacks too (in English and German below).


ENFinally, it should be noted that during the legal dispute and the criminal proceedings against Lufthansa Airplus Servicekarten GmbH, the owner of the Air Plus trademark approached Anto Nobilo, the prominent Zagreb lawyer who is known for his role in the recent high-profile court case against former Croatian members of the Jugoslav secret service for murders committed on German territory in the 1980′s. The lawyer, however, declined to represent the trademark owner, with the remark that this is not a legal but rather a political case.

Furthermore, the trademark holder of Air Plus 2010 suffered a serious ski accident causing permanent health damage while skiing in France. The “accident” was caused by an unknown man who fled from the scene. The case is being investigated on grounds of serious bodily harm by the French prosecutor in Albertvill (annexed document #13). To this day the case which is registered under the number 10264000085 remains unresolved. Ivan Jurašinović, the cautious and sceptical Paris-based lawyer of the injured party, (annexed photo #14), openly expresses doubts and questions the manner in which the case is being handled in view of the deliberate injury with potentially fatal consequences caused to the trademark owner of Air Plus. In this regard a request was filed with the Croatian police for the monitoring and checking of the e-mails of the Air Plus trademark holder, as there is a well-founded suspicion that his e-mail account was hacked and its contents forwarded. The limited circle of suspects centres on the departments of the EPO entrusted with security and software and under whose cover the Vice-President of the EPO, Željko Topić, is suspected to hide.


DEAbschließend muß erwähnt werden, daß der Inhaber des Markenzeichens Air Plus, während der gerichtlichen Auseinandersetzung und des Strafverfahrens gegen die Lufthansa Airplus Servicekarten GmbH, sich an den Zagreber Rechtsanwalt Anto Nobilo gewendet hat. (Er ist aus dem Gerichtsverfahren gegen ehemalige kroatische Mitglieder des Geheimdienstes für die auf deutschem Territorium verübte Morde bekannt). Der Rechtsanwalt hat aber die Vertretung des Markenzeichensinhabers, mit der Erklärung, daß es sich hierbei nicht um eine juristische, sondern eine politische Frage handelt, abgelehnt.

Weiter hat der Markenzeicheninhaber von Air Plus 2010 beim Skilaufen in Frankreich einen schweren Skiunfall mit dauerhaften Gesundheitsschäden erlitten. Dieser Unfall wurde von einem unbekannten Mann verursacht, der vom Unfallort geflohen ist. Der Fall wird auf schwere Körperverletzung von der französischen Anwaltschaft in Albertvill (#13. Nachweis im Anhang) untersucht. Der Fall blieb bis heute ungelöst und wird unter der Nummer 10264000085 geführt. Der vorsichtige und misstrauische französische Rechtsanwalt des Geschädigten, Ivan Jurašinović (#14.), mit Sitz in Paris, zweifelt ihn offen an und bestreitet die Straftat, also die absichtliche Verletzung mit möglichen Todesfolgen des Markenzeicheninhabers von Air Plus. Diesbezüglich wurde bei der kroatischen Polizei ein Antrag zur Aufsicht und Kontrolle der E-Mails des Markeninhabers von Air Plus gestellt, da es einen begründeten Verdacht gibt, daß sein E-Mail-Account gehackt und weitergeleitet wurde. Der geschlossene Kreis von Verdächtigen fällt auf die Abteilung von EPO, welche mit dem Schutz und Software beauftragt ist und in dessen Hintergrund sich der Vizepräsident von Epo, Željko Topić, versteckt.


Document #13

Albertvill

Photo/Foto #14

Ivan Jurašinović

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