the Attorney General of Switzerland
I herewith copy the recent correspondence with the Attorney General of Switzerland. The bold text are the elements useful.
received 19 April 2023
We refer to your letter of 14th April 2023, which has been passed to Legal Services as the section responsible at the Office of the Attorney General of Switzerland.
We should first point out that the Office of the Attorney General of Switzerland (OAG) is the Swiss Confederation’s prosecution authority. As such, it is responsible for investigating and prosecuting offences that fall under federal jurisdiction, as specified in Articles 23 and 24 of the Criminal Procedure Code (CrimPC) and in and in other federal legislation.
These offences comprise classic state security crimes, i.e. criminal acts primarily directed against the Swiss Confederation or which strongly affect its interests. They also include com-plex intercantonal or international organised crime offences (including terrorism and its financing), money laundering and corruption. In certain circumstances, the OAG also has jurisdiction over cases of white collar crime that have an intercantonal or an international dimension. In addition, the OAG is responsible for executing requests for mutual assistance from foreign prosecution authorities. Lastly the OAG is responsible for prosecuting offences against the interests of the international community, i.e. in times of peace, it conducts proceedings relating to genocide, crimes against humanity and war crimes.
The Office of the Attorney General of Switzerland does not act as a supervisory authority for cantonal or federal administrative, prosecution or judicial authorities. It has no statutory powers whatsoever to review or influence the conduct of any cantonal or federal authorities. As a con-sequence, it is not possible to submit complaints or requests for investigations relating to these authorities to the Office of the Attorney General of Switzerland.
Your letter does not contain evidence leading us to conclude that the OAG may assume juris-diction in the matter. The OAG does not provide general information or specialist opinions on legal issues. We trust that you will understand that the Office of the Attorney General of Switzerland cannot adsdress matters that fall outside of its statutory areas of responsibility. We are therefore unable to respond to your request. If you require further information, we would suggest that you contact a legal advice centre or a lawyer.
If you are nonetheless of the opinion that the requirements for action on the part of the Office of the Attorney General of Switzerland have been met, we would advise you that criminal complaints must be submitted in writing to the following address:
Office of the Attorney General of Switzerland Guisanplatz 1 CH-3003 Bern
Before criminal complaints can be processed, they must meet certain basic requirements. The complaint must include a clear description of the relevant circumstances in chronological order (who is supposed to behaved in a criminal manner, when, where and how). Any evidence and names of witnesses must also be provided.
Thank you for your understanding.
Office of the Attorney General of Switzerland OAG`
Just like a banana republic, the OAG has no interest in examining its state authorities committing crimes. In a faint but albeit contradicting argument the OAG first tells some of the crimes it examines, and then highlights it allegedly can not examine them when those crimes are committed by Swiss state authorities. Let me assure you the OAG has prosecuted and condemned Swiss authorities in the past for far less criminal offences.
Naturally I replied, but do not expect for one second the OAG is ever going to take its responsibility, unless of course its ego becomes an element in the balance.
sent 20 April 2023
TO: Attorney General of Switzerland
Thank you for the standard rejection letter by the Legal Services section responsible at the Office of the Attorney General of Switzerland.
I note it is the responsibility of the Attorney General of Switzerland to investigate matters such as but not limited to: 1. Criminal acts which strongly affect Swiss interests 2. Complex intercantonal or international organised crime offences 3. Corruption 4. White collar crime that have an intercantonal or an international dimension 5. Offences against the interests of the international community 6. Crimes against humanity
I therefore conclude it is the Attorney General of Switzerland's opinion:
- international (at least from 4 countries) and intercantonal child kidnapping, structurally organised by Swiss authorities;
- sexual and psychological violence against children;
- destruction of evidence by Swiss authorities to cover up their crimes;
- arbitrary persecution of whistleblowers by Swiss authorities
does not correspond to the previously mentioned 6 points.
I disagree with the opinion of the Attorney General of Switzerland. Some of the most basic human rights are violated, and each of the 6 points can be argued for the 4 listed crimes.
I note the Attorney General of Switzerland's suggestion I contact a legal advice centre or a lawyer. I once more draw the attention to the United Nations Universal Declaration of Human Rights articles 7 and 8, and the fact as ordinary non legally schooled individual I do not have the financial means to finance the greatest interest of the state in the manifestation of the truth. Therefore and based on the Attorney General of Switzerland's suggestion I once more explicitly request for a competent lawyer to be appointed by the state in order to respect the universal right to truth.
I also point out a by the Swiss state persecuted whistleblower who has been forced into exile by the arbitrary persecution does not have the luxury to address correspondence to Swiss authorities such as the Attorney General of Switzerland by postal mail. Email and publishing are the only tools available until such time the state fulfils its obligations under article 7 and 8 of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights.
I also point to the requirement under the UN Convention Against Corruption that the Swiss state has the obligation to protect “ad initio”, and not persecute, whistleblowers. It is therefore the Attorney General of Switzerland's obligation to organise the protection of the whistleblower.
Until protected from the ongoing retaliation by Swiss authorities and assigned a lawyer competent in the matters brought I have no other choice then to continue to whistleblow and publish about the organised criminal acts by Swiss state authorities.
Without any prejudicial recognition, and with reservation of all rights, expressly without recognition of any Swiss competence which remains contested,
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