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How CEIPI in Strasbourg is Allegedly Facilitating Another Battistelli 'Scam' Surrounding the Unitary Patent (UPC)

It helps to be French

Bergot letter



Summary: The French Centre for International Intellectual Property Studies (CEIPI), which will absorb Battistelli, is believed to be a temporary place for this grossly under-qualified man who fancies himself judge/jury/executioner in UPC

THE megalomaniac/President of the EPO is nearly 70, but he'll soon take the job of someone two decades his junior at CEIPI. What for? Well, that someone is Campinos, the next President of the EPO. The EPO is already stuffed with French 'buddies' (and family members, like Bergot above). Even Battistelli's successor, Campinos, is French (dual nationality, but Team Battistelli prefers to not emphasise this). Except Brimelow, that's 4 French EPO Presidents in succession!



"Is CEIPI aware of this? How about Ernst?"In response to this morning's post about CEIPI (which also contains an image, showing that the EPO could no longer hide Battistelli's destination) an EPO insider told us: "Scratch my back and I'll scratch yours ([Battistelli] & Campinos). Keep in mind, it's also a subtle plan of Battistelli. Departing from the EPO he is 68 years old (normally = retirement) BUT ... he wants to take the position as President of the Court in Paris if the Unitary Patent is born. [...] With this position at CEIPI, Battistelli can claim that he has kept his activities despite his retirement and can therefore apply for the position as president if the Court should eventually take up his duties (because the treaty provides that its 1st President will be... French)" (no surprise here).

Is CEIPI aware of this? How about Ernst? Will they continue to ignore also the alleged back room deal with Belgium? Or alleged buying of votes by Battistelli? All those who ignore this behaviour or conveniently look the other way (even when presented with evidence) are becoming growingly complicit. They accommodate a person who has not only disgraced his country but also shames the whole of Europe. By extension, he also damages the image of the EPO.

Insiders might joke that this insidious person has done such profound damage to the continent that only a sworn foe like Russia would want him installed inside key institutions.

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