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03.23.20

The Fall of the UPC – Part III: Pure Comedy From Watchtroll and Its UPC Lobbyists From Managing IP

Posted in Courtroom, Deception, Europe, Law, Patents at 5:39 am by Dr. Roy Schestowitz

How much longer can one defend corruption?

UPC Preparatory Committee has things under control!!!
UPC Preparatory Committee has things totally under control!!!

Summary: Two megaphones of European Patent Office (EPO) management and boosters of Team Battistelli, namely Managing IP and Watchtroll, want us to think that UPC is merely “delayed” and that acts of overt corruption can be described as “passed unanimously by the Second Chamber of the Bundestag”

THE site Managing IP isn’t doing particularly well right now. All its lobbying campaigns for the UPC fell on deaf ears and failed. They know it. We know it. They also lost lots of writers in recent years (we won’t name all of them, but it’s a lot) and they hardly publish anything. Not much of substance.

They recently broke their RSS feed (with a redesign) and their main writer nowadays (Max Walters) was taken from another site. Their (and his) latest article cannot quite deny the facts. Their paywall became a lot more stubborn than before (desperation for income perhaps).

“It has actually been rather amusing to see Team UPC lying about the decision of the FCC, as we noted in Parts I and II.”One of their main writers was once upon a time doing puff pieces with and for Battistelli. But he left. Almost all the decent writers left, including those whom we used to cite a lot.

It has actually been rather amusing to see Team UPC lying about the decision of the FCC, as we noted in Parts I and II. These liars are disjoint from and disconnected from reality. Uncaring for facts…

Team UPC is also losing its mind at the moment. Patent zealots have long relied on hijacking (or already-hijacked) patent offices. But they cannot seem to undermine the courts too. Corrupt Rader is out, UPC is dead…

Now what?

Well, James Nurton (Watchtroll and formerly Managing IP) has published an article with the headline “German Decision Puts Unified Patent Court Agreement in Jeopardy”

It’s “in Jeopardy”?

“Maybe lying and corruption pay off in the short term.”It’s dead. Talk about spin. They were paid to promote UPC (he personally did this in Managing IP). Mr. Nurton is just trying to save face and salvage what’s left of his reputation. His track record speaks for itself and he cannot deny what he wrote (which we repeatedly challenged). How about all those UPC “progress reports”, which suddenly and abruptly stopped when they ran out of material as opposed to fabrication and sheer lunacy?

This is what we alluded to in Part II. These people will suffer for a long, long time to come for what they wrote. They were like lobbyists or PR agents disguised as “reporters” and “journalists”.

They know it, we know it.

Maybe lying and corruption pay off in the short term.

Watch what’s happening to the economy right now.

Nurton says the latest outcome is “what may be a fatal blow to the project” (UPC), but why did he keep cheering for it? Why did he fail to predict such an obvious outcome, which we’ve correctly predicted for about half a decade, based on underlying facts?

“The Act of Approval,” he wrote, “was passed unanimously by the Second Chamber of the Bundestag but only about 35 members were present.”

“Nurton says the latest outcome is “what may be a fatal blow to the project” (UPC), but why did he keep cheering for it? Why did he fail to predict such an obvious outcome, which we’ve correctly predicted for about half a decade, based on underlying facts?”At what time at night, Mr. Nurton?

Around 1:30AM. This was an act of corruption — the kind of thing that helps associate Germany with crimes.

Not good. Embarrassing even. The Justices saw that. They made the right decision. On that basis alone the UPCA ought to be thrown out immediately. This act of corruption was very much characteristic of other things we saw in the process, EU-wide.

Don’t expect to get any real facts from Watchtroll and its ‘European’ writers, part of the exodus (away from Managing IP). Check out this Nurton tweet: “”Despite the fact that the judgement will result in further delay the preparatory work will continue, while the judgement and the way forward is further analysed” – #UPC Preparatory Committee responding to German FCC decision today https://www.unified-patent-court.org/news/federal-constitutional-court-decision …”

“If this is where Nurton gets his ‘facts’, then he would be a perfect fit for covering Donald Trump news for Fox “News”.” Oh, we see…

There’s a “further delay”…

The Ministry of Truth protects… the “Truth” (Preparatory Committee, whose every statement turns out to be a lie, including this latest one). If this is where Nurton gets his ‘facts’, then he would be a perfect fit for covering Donald Trump news for Fox “News”.

03.19.20

Germany’s FCC and Its Decision on UPC May Not Matter Much Anymore (and the Government in Berlin Knows That) (Updated)

Posted in Courtroom, Europe, Patents at 3:22 pm by Dr. Roy Schestowitz

Update (20/3/2020): The decision is now online in German and in English. Thank you, Justice Huber, for doing the right thing in the face of great pressure if not harassment from the litigation ‘industry’.

Tomorrow morning we’ll know the (in some sense) irrelevant outcome

UPC lobbying budget:
UPC lobbying budget - Can't say if dead or dead - It's dead, Jim - I need to change profession

Summary: Tomorrow morning the Federal Constitutional Court in Germany (Bundesverfassungsgericht) will publish a decision that leaves UPC as dead as it already is, based on last month’s declaration from the British government (among other key factors)

THREE years ago the corruption in EPOnia was still making headlines across Europe. It was only a year or two after the corruption had been culminating in all sorts of ways. We can count the ways, enumerating literally dozens of examples. We’ve written and published over 3,500 articles about the EPO alone.

“Anyway, legal issues aside, the EPO also fails on technical merits.”The EPO has not changed since; but it made use of some new PR strategy and put aside budget and lawyers for intimidation and bribery of the press. At one point it even sanctioned IP Kat (back when it was still run by decent people — sadly no longer the case due to staffing/editorial changes). IP Kat nowadays participates in the EPO’s abuses by means of censorship of EPO critics. It’s really that bad and rather blatant. They hope nobody will notice that, but people do notice…

Anyway, legal issues aside, the EPO also fails on technical merits. The official European Patent Office/Organisation’s (EPO) Web site suffered downtime issues this week (the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) had similar issues last year and two years ago — issues that some blamed on corruption, nepotism and incompetence. This week one USPTO whistleblower wrote: “Rec 100s complaints about the new CIO leadership. The CIO seems to be every where but at work. I guess the contractors are running the place. The Dep CIO is still failing as a leader, transferring old staff over to CIO to achieve even greater failure that got her trasferred”).

“Will they be OK with the EPO trying to seize control of the legal system too? Not likely. Not if they do their job properly.”We don’t wish to focus too much on the USPTO and every pertinent EPO abuse, including the corruption of the media, the bribery, the fake job ads and so on. Let’s just say that the Justices at the FCC are certainly aware of many of these things. They’ve had years to familiarise themselves, as they’re dealing with numerous (perhaps half a dozen) complaints about the Office. They’ve been observing the abuses against EPO judges, not to mention all sorts of corruption such as nepotism (the legal system is extremely sensitive to such bad publicity).

Will they be OK with the EPO trying to seize control of the legal system too? Not likely. Not if they do their job properly.

One can count on the overzealous among Team UPC to act as though the UPC is about to start. Bristows’ Gregory Bacon (some of his UPC boosting colleagues left the firm) said some nonsense and around the same time “Kluwer Patent blogger” (probably the same firm hiding itself and suppressing its opposition, as usual) wrote: “”We await to see what the significance might be that the decision will be issued by the Senate rather than Chambers”, Bristows writes in an article published earlier today.”

Citing oneself, Bristows?

Anyway, one big blow was served last Friday but was "lost in Corona" (“Dutch Court Rules That Seat Agreement Signed Between the EPO and the Dutch Government Violates Article 45 TFEU”), so will this Friday bring another blow?

“This UPC decision may be already moot,” I told Henrion (FFII) some hours ago, “because the UK is not participating in the process, which means UPCA cannot go on (as Berlin confirmed months ago)” (this is a matter of public record in newspapers as well).

“I personally do not share this kind of enthusiasm because the UPC is already dead anyway.”The court says: “Generally, this information will be announced three days prior to publication. On the day of their respective publication, the decisions will normally be available on the website of the Federal Constitutional Court as of 9:30 a.m. and are sent via newsletter simultaneously.”

That’s 8:30 AM British time.

Citing Stjerna's latest paper, Henrion noted that “Nokia and BASF [are] writing UPC court fees so that SMEs cannot participate” and added that: “If the FCC dismiss the complaint on Friday, FFII eV will file a second one. [] If the German Constitutional Court kills the Unitary Patent on Friday, I will do a virtual party on Jitsi. Bring something to drink!”

I personally do not share this kind of enthusiasm because the UPC is already dead anyway. “There are strong grounds to throw out the UPCA, not the complaints, for good,” I told him. “It’s the product of a litigation ‘industry’ coup, designed to corrupt the system and break the underlying laws for profit. Unitary Patent already died last month here in the UK. Another German nail in the French coffin would help thwart future attempts by ‘Team UPC’.”

“They look to discredit the decision in case it doesn’t go their way.”Henrion took note of “UPCtracker” Thomas Adam, who insults the court and the Justice. He wrote: “#UPC re: decision of DE Constitutional Ct to be published on Fr., March 20, 2020. Not an expert in constitutional procedural law, so following observations should be taken w a grain of salt. The form of announcement indicates that the decision will be one by the full Senate (8 judges) as compared to a 3-judges/chamber decision (the latter being competent to deny acceptance of the complaint, sec. 93b of the Act on the Fed. Constitutional Ct., but – of relevance here – not competent to declare an Act of parliament as unconstitutional; sec. 93c(1) 3rd sentence); a chamber decision wd have been surprising this late in the game but it appears that the case was never formally admitted by the Senate; having said that, a Verfassungsbeschwerde must be admitted in order to be decided, sec. 93a but can happen implicitly). In case of a draw (4:4), complaint is denied. Dispensing with oral hearing would be due to parties involved waiving such right, sec. 25(1). So form of decision (by way of “Beschluss”) not prejudicial for outcome. Dissenting opinions are possible.”

So they proactively moan about the decision. They look to discredit the decision in case it doesn’t go their way.

“In case the case is not refered [sic] to the CJEU,” Henrion told him, “FCC will breach its obligations.”

Separately he had said “UPC FCC decision to be published this Friday [...] If the court does not refer the matter to the CJEU, this will be a big fault by the FCC.”

“We understand that the decision is already written and ready to be published, but regardless of its conclusion the outcome will be the same.”My gut feeling tells me nobody will really pay attention tomorrow, due to the pandemic. We recently exposed profound EPO corruption and German journalists said they would not be covering it because of coronavirus. They actually said that.

The Team UPC troll/sockpuppet in Twitter (intended to lobby and ‘harass’ the FCC) said: “No. But heralded for tomorrow, Fr., at 9:30 am CET (though Court runs on limited capacity due to COVID-19).”

Well, the decision won’t matter for UPC’s fate or even for software patents in Europe. It is in many ways moot before its arrival.

We understand that the decision is already written and ready to be published, but regardless of its conclusion the outcome will be the same. No doubt Team UPC will shout from rooftops tomorrow morning, either in ‘damage limitation’ attempts (distorting the meaning of the outcome) or celebrations over nothing of real substance, merely resulting in yet more complaints and inaction from the German government.

03.15.20

Lost in Corona: Dutch Court Rules That Seat Agreement Signed Between the EPO and the Dutch Government Violates Article 45 TFEU

Posted in Courtroom, Europe, Law, Patents at 5:16 am by Dr. Roy Schestowitz

Summary: The Staff Union of the European Patent Office (SUEPO) and EPO staff will soon learn about another fundamental breach of law where the highest court refuses to enforce the law against the EPO’s management

THE DUTCH government, already battling with an epidemic-turned-pandemic, saw issued an important decision on Friday — a decision in which a Dutch court “cancelled the deal between the Dutch gov and the EPO, something that divided greatly SUEPO and FFPE,” we’ve learned.

“There’s no word/message from SUEPO just yet (at least nothing public).”Benjamin Henrion (FFII) said that “this was a topic that was dividing SUEPO and FFPE,” taking note of the yellow old union (a branch of FFPE, friendly towards Battistelli), adding that “Article 45 TFEU is freedom of movement for workers” and “[t]he Dutch Hoge Raad has now officially confirmed: the Seat Agreement signed in 2006 by EPO with the NL Government violates Article 45 TFEU.”

I cannot remark about it myself (nothing informed to say just yet), but our Dutch-speaking IRC regulars have looked into it because the page is in Dutch. We are led to “guess FFPE will put out a press release on this,” according to Henrion. There’s no word/message from SUEPO just yet (at least nothing public). SUEPO The Hague’s subsite has not been updated so far this year.

03.12.20

A Bill Gates Paedophilia Scandal Turns Into Several (6 Months of Police Stonewalling to Cover up Paedophilia Arrest)

Posted in Bill Gates, Courtroom, Microsoft at 6:25 am by Dr. Roy Schestowitz

Today or the next day (tomorrow, depending on how we treat leap year) marks 6 months, so the time to bring this up seems right.

There, billy junior - Don't get arrested again - I bailed you out before - Seattle PD

Summary: The police in Seattle is actively stifling public inquiries into the arrest for paedophilia at the home of Bill Gates; we urge American readers to file further inquiries and step up the pressure to comply

IT was yesterday evening that we decided to share a bit of a teaser. Remember that back in December we noted: “Mass- or large-scale defamation campaign of Stallman started on the 14th of September, i.e. exactly one day after a written request was made to King County Sheriff’s Office regarding the ‘Mansion of Pedophilia’…”

For those who are new to this series there’s this index in wiki form.

For those just joining us, let’s recap; the Seattle PD wrote back in January: “At this time, we anticipate getting back to you on or about February 17, 2020.”

February 17. That was almost a month ago!

‘Only’ 3 weeks late now.

After they had given themselves well more than a month!

We think it’s time to ask our readers to submit further FOIA requests…

The Bill Gates scandal we’re studying/exposing now splits into several scandals:

  1. one is the child abuse
  2. another is the police cover-up

They did, in the past, miss their own deadlines by a few days.

Now it’s more than 3 weeks and still no word from Seattle’s fine Police Department. Not a single page so far (out of nearly 3,000 pages!). This therefore might become a police scandal as much as a Gates scandal.

“Definitely,” one associate told us, “and their interference apparently on behalf of Gates should not be missed, it is also kind of a separate thread. So one set of scandals is becoming two sets.”

Back then we decided give them another week…

The significance of it is the 6-month checkpoint.

“Along those lines,” the associate added, “refer to what I wrote earlier about requesting the document licensing for the PD computers. I expect they will show that an organization under the influence or control of a person being investigated has written themselves permission for full read/write access programs, configurations, and data. The data in this case being
the police report. Either way it is important to implicate the role of Bill’s [Microsoft's] software in the PD failure to fulfill the FOIA request.”

Those wishing to increase the pressure on the PD and are US citizens can help us by following the instructions below, composed by a previous petitioner.


Just go here: Seattle Police Department

And then click on “Public Records Request”

OR go straight to the request center.

You can create an account here (might be part of the process when submitting your request). I might have actually created it after I received a confirmation email. Not sure. You might not even have to create one until payment is due.

When making the request, this Is the relevant info they will need for this case:

Rick Allen Jones
Court: King Co Superior Ct
Case Number: 14-1-06789-1

I entered in the March 2014 arrest date published in the KIRO news article as the date of incident in my request. But when reviewing the court register for this case it shows the a charge filed with the court in Dec 2013.

Ct 1: Felony – 9.68A.070(1) POSSESS DEPICT MINOR-SEX CNDCT-1 on 12/29/2013 – JONES (DEF 01)

Perhaps he didn’t know about the charge and they hadn’t caught up with him yet? I’m not sure. The article (or one of the articles reporting on this) said they searched his apartment while he was being interviewed at Gates’s home in March 2014.

NOW, FOR WHAT TO REQUEST…

Personally, I would want to request the search warrant affidavit. It should be under 10-20 pages and easy to process. It will include everything the detectives submitted to the judge in order to get him to sign off on a search warrant for his apartment. This entire case would have stood much on the strength of this affidavit. If lawyers could have challenged it they would have. And he pleaded guilty so you know the case was air tight.

02.20.20

Team UPC Insults Judges Because the UPC is Dead and UPC Lobbyists Have Nothing Left to Lose

Posted in Courtroom, Europe, Patents at 5:04 am by Dr. Roy Schestowitz

The European Patent Robganisation - The 38 Milkers (as explained by a dairy cow) #memesdaily #meme #FunniestTweets #patents #Europe #Germany #France #Netherlands #UnitedKingdom
Tweet source

Summary: More judge-shaming tactics are in the mix; Team UPC seems to feel like there’s nothing left to lose as the UPC is already dead (hope itself is next to die)

THE prospects of software patents in Europe are grim. We’re going to include some new examples in Daily Links. Basically, the European Patent Office (EPO) under António Campinos (and Battistelli) can carry on granting lots of bogus patents (see the cartoon/meme above), but actual courts will say “no” and throw these out. We see lots of these stories all the time, but we no longer cover them as often as before. Mostly because it’s somewhat repetitive

Law firms (or litigation giants) across Europe aren’t happy because clients gradually realise that European Patents aren’t worth the fees. They’re being devalued.

Can the courts be bypassed and made more lenient and EPO-friendly? Well, Team UPC certainly hoped so and Thomas Adam (“UPCtracker” in Munich area) is now resorting to a sort of name-calling when he types: “German Constitutional Court publishes preview of cases to be decided in 2020 (aka “list of lies”). 8 cases assigned to Professor Huber, among them still #UPC complaint and independence of/inadequate legal protection by EPO Boards of Appeal issue. bundesverfassungsgericht.de/DE/Verfahren/J…”

“Law firms (or litigation giants) across Europe aren’t happy because clients gradually realise that European Patents aren’t worth the fees.”This undiplomatic language wasn’t overlooked and it didn’t take long for Matteo Pes, a UPC sceptic (apparently one of those hard-to-find honest attorneys), to respond. He joked at the phrase “List of lies…”

“According to the association of activists #FFII,” he wrote separately, “the ratification of #UPCA (Unified #Patent Court Agreement) by Germany might open up the possibility for a second constitutional complaint, following the already pending one filed by Dr Ingve Björn Stjerna….”

“It does not appear like any more complaints are necessary,” I responded, “and some were filed and succeeded outside Germany; Team UPC tried to bury or distort that news…”

The FFII’s press release wasn’t just noticed by Pes. It has been mentioned by others, including high-profile people like Dr. Glyn Moody and in German as well, not just by the author (here’s the German version). It was also published in French although it was mostly promoted in English [1, 2] — a language most Europeans can understand.

Going back to the rudeness of Team UPC, Dr. Birgit Clark politely corrected to “List of good intentions?”

She also cited the insult here (“All happening today: #UPC #patent #Germany Well, not much really happening but still, it creates a bit of excitement…”)

“Still insulting or harassing judges,” I told her….

This would not be the first time. We covered prior examples of this.

“For now Germany cannot ratify as it is,” Benjamin Henrion responded.

They know it. Team UPC is aware. And it hurts them. They’re sore and bitter, just like 35 U.S.C. § 101 bashers who see USPTO-granted patents perishing in courts. Like Team UPC, they’re made attempts to use legislation to override the proper legal process (they even bribed politicians like Coons for it, but Coons failed in 2017, 2018, and then 2019; in 2020 they openly admit it’s not progressing).

The similarity is stunning!

We’ve meanwhile noticed that Gregory Bacon (BaCoons?) of Bristows LLP, one of the few left at the Bristows UPC team. He continues to spread the same old lies and spin. It’s getting more pathetic by the week and now they obsess over one judge, so borderline ad hominem. Quite a few people left Bristows LLP recently. The sooner they collapse, the better. Here’s the latest spin (similar to the previous):

The German Federal Constitutional Court (Bundesverfassungsgericht, BVerfG) has published here the list of major cases which it intends to decide in 2020. Each year, many cases listed are not decided and are carried over to the next year’s list, and, as would be expected, the constitutional complaint against the Unified Patent Court (UPC) legislation (case reference 2 BvR 739/17) remains on the list of cases in the Second Senate allocated to the rapporteur Justice Huber. However, although this UPC case (filed in March 2017) was on the 2018 and 2019 lists, Justice Huber expects it to be actually decided this year.

Well, the complaint mentions Brexit, so with whatever happened last month (last day of January) there might be cause for further decision delays and in any case the government in Berlin might not care about such a decision and never ratify anyway, based on what it said before Brexit.

Here comes the Kluwer spin machine, which is connected to Bristows. The tweet says: “German complaint against ratification of the Unified Patent Court Agreement is on the FCC decision list for 2020 (again)” and it mentions Christine Robben (a Kluwer employee and perhaps “Kluwer Patent blogger” in this case). The corresponding article says: “The UPC and EPO cases are fifth and third on the list respectively, but as Bristows reported the cases are not necessarily decided in the order listed.”

You use Bristows as a credible source? Seriously? How many times have they lied before and even floated fabricated ‘rumours’?

Going back to the rude person, he later added [1, 2, 3]: “Apparently, in fall 2019 the DE Bundestag opted to file a submission in the consitutional [sic] cases concerning the independence of the EPO Boards of Appeal (2 BvR 2480/10 et al.; also on Prof. Huber´s plate). In the respective official document (BT-Drks. 19/13555 of 25Sep2019; /2 [...] https://bit.ly/2SE1fHG ), part of the section “A. Problem”, it is submitted that those cases are “related” to the #UPC complaint. That part reads as follows (my translation/ed.): “The proceedings are concerned w problems of legal protection in the patent grant procedure /3 [...] under [EPC] and raise in particular the Q of the extent to which the FCC provides legal protection against acts of organisations to which sovereign rights have been transferred with the consent of the German Bundestag under Article 24(1) of the Basic Law. /4″

Last year we wrote about half a dozen articles about how Team UPC had been lobbying and pressuring Huber, hoping that to salvage his reputation and self-imposed promises/deadlines he’ll just hurriedly can the complaint. That’s not happening, is it?

01.30.20

The Administrative Tribunal of the International Labour Organization (ILO-AT) is Moot, EPO Plays It Like a Fiddle

Posted in Courtroom, Europe, Law, Patents at 4:09 pm by Dr. Roy Schestowitz

Letter from Anette Koch to Battistelli

Letter from Koch to Battistelli

Summary: Another dark episode for EPO staff, staff representatives, and even ILO/ILO-AT (repeatedly failing to uphold the law at the EPO)

REGULAR READERS may already be familiar with Koch v EPO [1, 2, 3, 4], a case we last dealt with back in November, having researched some public postings. The latest developments, which are outlined with original documents in the tweets below, show that the management of the European Patent Office (EPO), i.e. lawyers of António Campinos and his cohorts, successfully managed to thwart any meaningful consideration of the case. ILO-AT has, as usual, gone along with it, demonstrating how toothless if not useless it can be. The tweets of relevance are added below in chronological order. Many people inside the EPO are likely familiar with this case already. It concerns a former staff representative.

In less than two weeks from now there will be further judgments and thus updates.

01.13.20

Mansion of Pedophilia – Part VII: Guilty Verdict in Case of Pedophilia (Staff at the Mansion of Bill Gates), But Where Was the Mainstream Media?

Posted in Bill Gates, Courtroom at 2:58 am by Dr. Roy Schestowitz

The media hardly found this conspicuous even though it’s connected to the world’s richest person (at the time)

Guilty highlight

Summary: We take our first glimpse at court documents and a preliminary look (overview) of what the case in question entailed, with updates on the record for almost 5 years

THIS series has begun receiving a lot more attention than we initially expected. Best-selling book authors now link to it and are engaged with growing interest. We maintain our high standards here, notably saying nothing that cannot be verified and proved. This is why it takes a long time to prepare this. Behind the scenes we keep supporting material. We have not yet been challenged on any pertinent facts; if something appears to be missing from the text, we strongly encourage reading prior parts first. Each part depends on preceding parts. For this part we strongly suggest familiarising oneself with the fifth part and six part. Those who are not familiar with the Epstein connection might wish to see what we wrote earlier (this past weekend).

In later parts we hope to show what the police report said, what the lawyers said and today we’ll start dealing with what the court said. Here are all the relevant documents in their index:

Jones page 1

Jones page 2

Jones page 3

Jones page 4

Mind the total number of pages. It’s a lot.

We won’t say anything about the nature of this case (at least not yet). It’s not entirely possible that they lay all the blame on the wrong people and we all know how plea bargain works (we covered examples of the associated issues in the past). Months ago we showed one such example in the case of Eric Lundgren, which we covered in

Sometimes the courts can put forth cases (and police selectively choose charges) that help clearing the names of those with more power, more connections, and more money. It’s not unprecedented. In the case of Chelsea Manning, those who exposed war crimes received the full brunt of the law, unlike those whose crimes were exposed. Manning and Julian Assange may therefore be seen as ‘sacrificial lambs’ — a situation wherein those punished aren’t those who merit any (or most) of the punishment. Looking at the raw court material, the person arrested — an employee of Bill Gates working at his home — was found guilty. It’s about pedophilia, as we explained in part one, part two, part three and part four. This will take a while to digest, but we keep things as concise as we can (and careful check everything for accuracy).

Regarding the above documents and the times, pay attention to this detail:

guilty plea one year apart

As someone told us while researching it: “AND HOW COME IT TOOK A WHOLE YEAR???”

We mentioned this before, also in relation to media coverage…

It happens when journalists are away (holidays).

“This is another reason I want to see the affidavit,” said the person. “And I want to know why a court date wasn’t set immediately days after his apartment was searched???”

We have a large and growing team working on this. Stay tuned for the next part.

This can take a while to properly understand in full. Notice how it runs — in some form or another — until 2018. We still wait for police to comply with record requests. Our pace is partly curbed by our ability to get particular material. We also need to be polite and diplomatic as publication tone/fashion can alienate particular parties.

12.25.19

Mansion of Pedophilia – Part III: Suppressing Information About a Criminal Case Regarding Pedophilia at the Home of Bill Gates

Posted in Bill Gates, Courtroom, Deception at 10:52 am by Dr. Roy Schestowitz

Summary: There has certainly been a degree of coordination with the media (delays and choice of time), in effect suppressing public access to an important case pertaining to crimes of pedophilia

IN part one we explained the importance of these revelations and why they’re grounded in verifiable facts, unlike the Franklin child prostitution ring allegations. In part two we clarified progress in obtaining a full police report. Gates tried hard to deflect or 'neutralise' media attention, but we’re difficult to censor and dissuade. Techrights is a different kind of publisher because it latches onto suppressed topics and doesn’t let go. A lot remains to be shown and we’ve split it into parts in order to make the facts easier to digest while allowing enough time between each part for more sources/informants to contact us (this has historically proven to be strategically significant). There’s a degree of collaboration here and elaborating on that collaboration may jeopardise the investigation. We use encryption, at the very least so as to reduce predictability of what will be published next. So please bear with us as we divulge one bit of information at a time. We write this slowly and carefully. There are some deadlines associated with police activity and we take these self-imposed deadlines into account.

“Why did it take a YEAR for people to report on it? His criminal court file is opened 12/29/2013. They don’t report on it until a year later.”
      –Anonymous
For those just joining us, please read the first and second parts now. As a recap, Bill Gates said (to the media, repeatedly even!) that he was close to Mr. Epstein because he needed to know lots of rich people and Epstein knew lots of rich people. Hello? You’re like the richest American, Mr. Gates (or were at the time). Also, why would you pay MIT through Epstein and not the fake charity? Why fly his child molestation plane when you have a private jet of your own? Saving air miles? Reports say that Epstein’s plane had beds in it (with underage “subjects”). No matter how one looks at it (from which perspective), it doesn’t look too good and the excuses from Gates “don’t compute” — to borrow “geek speak”.

“It’s almost like the attorney was defending Gates and not the employee.”
      –Anonymous
A couple of days ago we published this meme/teaser about this series. Its key message was that there’s a massive — truly massive — police report. There’s also some public information about a legal case, albeit not so much press coverage. Hardly any! We’ll come to this at a later stage in the series (this in itself is quite an injustice that merits further investigation and exposure).

As a source of ours put it: “Why did it take a YEAR for people to report on it? His criminal court file is opened 12/29/2013. They don’t report on it until a year later.”

The timing of a press report? Guess when. We alluded to that earlier in this series.

But wait, it gets worse.

“Have you seen this?”

So said a source of ours. “Look who the employee’s criminal attorney is following on Twitter” (page archived here just in case that changes). Here are screenshots:

A screenshot of Jeff D. Cohen, a lawyer
A screenshot of Jeff D. Cohen, a key lawyer in the case

A screenshot of Jeff D. Cohen, a lawyer
Further details on the 10 people he follows (click for larger view)

“It’s almost like the attorney was defending Gates and not the employee,” our source remarked. We’ll get back to that in a future part.

Concepts such as “coverup trial” come to mind. Saudi Arabia has just sentenced 5 people to death without the court even bothering to mention the mastermind/perpetrator, who controls this court (and also happens to be a close associate of Bill Gates). They try to make it seem as though Saudi Arabia is tough on people who murder journalists without bothering to hold accountable those who do this again and again (usually domestically). Just about nobody doubts who’s responsible at the higher level (recall this interview with PBS, a network funded by Gates).

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