As many people know, German lawyer Dr. Reiner Fuëllmich, who had been working on a project known as the “Second Nuremberg” was arrested on October 12th by German authorities in Mexico where he and his wife had been staying. Since then, our readers have been concerned and keen to receive updates on Fuëllmich’s situation, which have not been very well publicised. However, there have been two updates from a friend, of Fuellmich, Elsa Schieder, the first was on the 16th of October, where she confirmed that following his arrest in Mexico, Dr Fuellmich was flown to Germany and was at this time still in prison.
An announcement had been made on Bittel.tv (in German) by a friend, of Fuëllmich, who is now his defence attorney, Dagmar Schoen which Elsa translated. Source.
16th October Update
“Reiner and his wife lost their passports and visas quite some time ago, and needed to get them replaced. As they have been staying in Mexico, this led to their needing to go to the German embassy in Tijuana, Mexico. The first time they went, on Monday, they needed to come back. Dagmar was already uneasy, but everything seemed all right translated.
A time was arranged, for Friday, for them to pick up the documents. So the embassy knew exactly when they would be arriving. When they went back on Friday, Reiner’s wife got her documents and was allowed to go. Reiner was arrested. He had nothing with him, only the clothes he was wearing. No toothbrush, even.
A warrant for his arrest had been issued in March. A second warrant was issued in May. One was from Germany and the other from the EU. Obviously, he was not informed. As Reiner was in Mexico, which is outside the jurisdiction of the EU, the warrants could not be enforced. So there needed to be a way to get him onto German soil. Reiner’s needing a new passport and visa gave those who wanted him arrested the perfect opportunity. When he entered the embassy on Friday, there were 6 men waiting to detain him, take him to the airport, and escort him to Germany.
The charges, as Dagmar found out when she had the official papers opened, were 30 pages long – so this was something carefully planned and executed. They related to allegations of Viviane Fischer, a former team member on the Corona Committee, about financial wrongdoing. “Three people signed the charges against Reiner. Perhaps the craziest aspect of the charges is that the money Reiner allegedly took is in the bank account (or anyway, was in the bank account) of one of the 3 people.”
Latest Update 28th October
By the 28th of October attorney Dagmar Schoen, had visited Fuëllmich a couple of times since he was imprisoned and claimed that his arrest warrant was “an excellent means of coercion”.
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