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The most mysterious murder case in Europe - The way of the Isdal woman - Waldfischbach- Burgalben - Bitche (1)

The most mysterious murder case in Europe after the Second World War

The way of the Isdal woman via Waldfischbach-Burgalben to Bitche/Lorraine

The long prehistory, which we have discussed in detail, can be found here. 

The fate and above all the path of the Isdal woman, who was found in November 1970 in the Norwegian Ice Valley under the most mysterious circumstances, still lie in the dark. 

But the eternal mystery seems to be clearing up.

 

 

In this article we want to shed a little more light on the contents of the beautiful stranger's suitcases, it utters bulks about the woman's itinerary and activity. 

There was a backstory that accompanied the Isdal woman, who was born in Nuremberg, through the circumstances of the time, World War 2.

The evacuation of the young civilian population at the end of the war, practised by the Nazis as the so-called Kinderlandverschickung, led the Isdal woman to the German-French border region around the then shoe town of Pirmasens. To Waldfischbach-Burgalben, a small town in the Palatinate. At that time a rather sleepy place. Children and young people from Nuremberg came there in swarms. 

She, too, who was probably born around 1930, fell into the Kinderlandverschickung of the last days of the declining German Reich. The Kinderlandverschickung was an instrument of the National Socialists to evacuate children and young people, whom the Nazis could not abuse for the "armed resistance", from the cities bombed by the Allies. This was not done out of philanthropy but because the Nazis could get the single mothers into the armaments' industry. The children were raised to be Nazis, living in camps and subjected to a repulsive military drill that determined their entire daily lives. 

 

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This is the backstory, which also emerged from the isotope analysis carried out at the university in Canberra. 

However, the Kinderlandverschickung is completely incidental to the later events, but these historical connections help to reveal the identity of the beautiful stranger. After the Allied advance on the German south-western border in 1944, the children who had been sent could hardly be returned to their parents due to the lack of a functioning infrastructure. Therefore, the children were first "outsourced" in the direction of Bitche and then handed over to families in the surrounding area as the front drew ever closer. The Norwegian journalist Marit Higraff was already that far when she tried to "dig"2018 in the KLV documents. Many of the documents were lost without a trace at the end of the war or lie in tunnels in the Palatinate and Lorraine that have not yet been opened or are simply unknown.

 

The trail of suitcases

The objects she had with her in the suitcases are also helpful. A list of these was published by the Kripos in Bergen during the investigation. From the suitcases it is obvious that she led a regular life while travelling. It is strange, however, that the money was in envelopes, as if it had been given to her by someone else.

To understand that no one was really interested in the identity and real mission of the Isdal woman in Norway, one only has to read the articles of the day. In the Bergen Tidendes, the managing editor wrote a very different story from the one that was later told to the world. Parts of the Isdal woman's luggage were missing. Everything had been carefully searched before the police seized the suitcases at the railway station. Hotel employees remembered a peculiar quirk of the unknown woman, namely that she always squeezed two lemon halves. She was seen as an artist by numerous witnesses at the time. This was only one of the countless oddities of the woman with the pretty face. 

 

The items from the Isdal woman's suitcases

It is quite obvious that before the police found the suitcases of the so-called Isdal woman, someone had searched them and made numerous manipulations. Like cutting off labels etc. That this was done by a third party, and not by the Israel woman herself, becomes clear when one looks at the contents of the suitcases as found by the police in Bergen in the locker. Hans Thue, one of the investigators in the case wrote on 12/6/1970 in the protocol marked 4968 A. 1970 (file sheet XI-13) (Likfunn i Isdalen 29.11.70) about how the Isdal woman had handled her suitcases and the contents.

At the same time, a rumour arose that she had been Belgian or French. However, in early December 1970, when the homicide investigation was still in full swing and only a preliminary autopsy result was available, a witness who was never mentioned again came forward claiming that the Isdal woman lived with someone in Bergen and had travelled together with a man on the Hurtigruten ship.

The chief investigator at the time, Oskar Hordnes, quickly settled on the spy theory. There was no proof of this, as the traces and also the observations that witnesses instead of the police communicated to the newspaper were hardly evaluated. In the end, these only served to increase the daily circulation, which is quite understandable from the point of view of the newspaper makers of the time.  They managed to do this for weeks with ever new information that could not be found in the file. (Part2)

 

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The former Hotel Viking in Oslo, where the unknown woman was also staying. 

All this time, there was speculation about whether the Isdal woman was a spy. At that time, pictures were important, but neither a camera, nor a film apparatus, nor films were found in the unknown woman's belongings. Now there is no way of knowing whether there might have been microfilms in the countless tubes or in the pottery clay that she had given to someone. Of course, she may have given the microfilms to the two unknowns in small containers, but that is where the speculation begins. 

It was not entirely clear why the Isdal woman was carrying a scalpel from the Tuttlingen company Aesculap in her luggage, along with 5 blades. She had probably acquired these items in Germany. On her way to Norway. The price tags had been removed, as had other labels from items in the Isdal woman's possession. It was very unusual, even in those days, to travel across Europe with a scalpel. But there was a reason for this scalpel: the Isdal woman needed the items for works of art, namely to cut pictures out of frames, etc.

Her Nicol Shoes, Nicolbaby, Roma - Via Barberini 30, raise even more questions and suggest that the Isdal woman had been in Rome. What can only be conjectured. But the shoes were sold exclusively through the shop there at the time. A shop very close to countless galleries, such as the Palazzo Barberini, which, no one is surprised by the connection, dealt with old pottery. Several times she had also given under her alias the profession of waiver, known from the porcelain industry.

It was chic to shop in Beate Uhse's mail-order business. Every customer received a promotional gift and that was the matchbox. The famous matchbox. 

Germany in the 1970s, and one should not forget that at the beginning of 1971 there were still countless ruins in Germany from the Second World War, which had already been over for 26 years. It was the time of German separation. A wall criss-crossed the country with barbed wire and mines to prevent escape from the East. The Isdal woman was a creature of her time and would not be at all possible in today's society.

The real existing socialism of the German Democratic Republic had already failed at that time. Only East Berlin was not in a position to dismiss communism as an experiment instead of heaven on earth and to ask the Federal Republic of Germany, which was anchored in the market economy, for help, which the GDR would certainly have received from the Federal Republic of Germany. It was the thaw between the two German states and Willy Brandt had travelled to Erfurt in March 1970. 


(Continue in part 2 and 3)  

 

 

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Happy Easter from Iceland by the Puffins

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As spring moves into the country, it's also time for the colourful, cute puffins to return to the shore and head to the breeding grounds.

 

 

Breeding colony, dram/mcvth, 2019 

The cute birds spend the entire winter half-year on the open sea and only come ashore, e.g. to Iceland, to breed. Here, with about 3 million pairs, half of the breeding population can be found, and so the puffin was understandably also chosen as the national bird.

Just like geysers, glaciers and volcanoes, the colourful bird is on every tourist's wish list.

An absolute highlight of an Iceland holiday is standing on the cliffs and watching the lively activity! Unceasingly, animals fly in with a rapid beat of their wings, the next ones are already pushing themselves off the cliff with their bright red feet and going searching for food. In between, they calmly have their nap in front of the cave entrance and are not even disturbed by the enthusiasm of countless observers and photographers.

 

 

 

Colony, dram/mcvth, kasaan media, 2019 

Year after year, the birds return to the same breeding colony and seek out their breeding cavity, which is dug up to 1.5 m deep into the ground. Inside is the brood chamber, where the egg is hatched and the young bird is raised, and also a side chamber that serves as a privy.

 

 

 

With fish, mcvth/dram, kasaan media, 2019

After all, the chick should sit in the clean! Only after about 6 weeks does the chick leave the brood and immediately head out to sea. Only there do they find their food, which consists mainly of small fish.

It is hard to believe how many of them there is room in their beaks!

Dozens of sand eels can be brought to the hungry chick in the cave at once.

After the breeding season, the colony is abandoned and the breeding pairs separate during the winter - but only to meet again at the old breeding site the next spring. Fidelity is paramount and the small birds can reach a remarkable age of at least 30-40 years.

 

Puffin, dram/mcvth, kasaan media, 2019 

They may live on! A great wish because for some years now there has been concern about these colourful friends: due to a lack of food, breeding success is failing more and more often, populations are declining and some are already classified as endangered! Another reason to protect the oceans and our planet - so that we can continue to enjoy these photogenic little animals!

 

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Crime scene: Stauboernchenstrasse, Kaiserslautern, Germany: Who killed Diana Bodi?

At the end of a mysterious event

A witness called the police in Kaiserslautern shortly before 9 pm on Monday, December 14, 2020, that she had found a lifeless person near Staubörnchenstraße. The dead person was lying in a freely accessible area along the road. Initially, the dead woman could not be identified. Also, the path of the woman could not be reconstructed at first, or it was only possible to reconstruct in fragments what happened in the days before her death. It is probable that she walked through the city centre of Kaiserslautern drunk or at least intoxicated  before her death.  Diana Bodi is said to have a problem with alcoholic.

Who recognizes this tattoo? 

 

 

Tattoo, photo West  Palatinate Police/GMI

In the March 2021 programme of "Aktenzeichen XY ungelöst" (German police file TV), the case of the Hungarian Diana Bodi from Ozd (Hungary) was then broadcasted. The only thing that was surprising was the amount of the reward offered by the public prosecutor's office in Kaiserslautern (10,000 euros) for the clarification of the circumstances of the death of the woman who was found in Stauboernchen Street, practically in the centre of Kaiserslautern.

 

 

 

In the first days after the public appeal in December, the special commission of the Kaiserslautern criminal investigation department received more than 140 tips about the homicide.

The officers followed up all the clues and traces. These initially ended with a 31-year-old suspect, who was arrested in his flat on the spot. The public prosecutor's office in Kaiserslautern and the police did not provide any information on the circumstances that led to the arrest of the suspect for tactical reasons. The man, who denied any involvement in the incident, was then brought before an investigating judge. Meanwhile, however, the suspicion of the crime is no longer sufficient to justify further detention of the Syrian national. 

Ms Bodi worked as a geriatric nurse in various jobs in the Federal Republic and was presumably on her way to a new job in Trier-Saarburg, Rhineland-Palatinate. She must have come by train, an Intercity Express from Stuttgart via Mannheim. However, the train was delayed that day and did not reach Kaiserslautern until around 6pm on Friday, 11 December 2020.

Was Ms Bodi travelling with or without luggage, if so, where did this luggage go? What did the luggage look like?

Ms Bodi was 48 years old, 1.66 metres tall and weighed 63 kilograms, she had brown eyes and dark brown, curly, shoulder-length hair. On her lower right leg she had a dark tattoo in the shape of red flowers. Ms Bodi was dressed in a white winter jacket and red Puma brand jogging trousers. The trousers had a white stripe appliqué on the side of each leg. The dead woman was wearing a black long-sleeved shirt and black, lined women's boots.

 

Was she accompanied? If so, who was she travelling with?

What happened between 11 and 13 December?

Where did Ms Bodi stay, who saw her?

At the beginning of December, perhaps as early as the end of November 2020, she had worked briefly as a carer in the Stuttgart area. Ms Bodi had cancelled another job in Munich at short notice, for health reasons. Ms Bodi had already been to Germany once in the summer of that year to work. It is unclear whether she met acquaintances in this context or became the victim of a chance encounter with her murderer.

What is clear, however, is that the perpetrator(s) brought the woman to the place where she was found using a handcart or a shopping trolley or similar. Nothing else is known. 


Who can provide information in this connection?

 


The German police are therefore asking: (Original Catalogue of Questions of the German Police, Translation)

For the route between Stuttgart, Mannheim, Ludwigshafen am Rhein, Neustadt an der Weinstraße and Kaiserslautern:

 


Did you meet Diana Bodi on the train route between Stuttgart and Mannheim or between Mannheim and Kaiserslautern in the ICE or in the regional train?
Did you meet her at Stuttgart, Mannheim or Kaiserslautern station?
Was Diana Bodi in company, did she have a seatmate?
Did Diana Bodi ask you for food, alcohol, cigarettes or accommodation?
Did you perceive Diana Bodi in any other context?

For the Kaiserslautern area:

Did you encounter Diana Bodi around the main station between 11 December 2020, 6 p.m., and 12 December 2020?

Did you meet Diana Bodi on 12 December 2020, between 4 p.m. and 11 p.m. near Staubörnchenstraße, Richard-Wagner-Straße, Humboldtstraße, Rosenstraße, Alleestraße, Eisenbahnstraße and the shopping centre "K in Lautern"?
Did Diana Bodi perhaps introduce herself to you as "Diana" or "Dia"?
Did she ask for food, drink (alcohol), cigarettes or a place to stay?
Did Diana Bodi offer you her services?

The investigators are also asking for information about one or more persons who might have transported a larger elongated object in the direction of Staubörnchenstraße in the period from 11 to 13 December 2020, in the late evening hours until around 11 pm. It is also possible that the object was wrapped or packaged. It is conceivable that the object was carried over the shoulder or by two people. It is also possible that the object was transported with the help of a means of transport, for example a sack barrow, a wheelbarrow, a trolley or a shopping trolley. A radius of up to 800 metres around Staubörnchenstraße is possible.
The Kaiserslautern public prosecutor's office has offered a reward of up to 10,000 euros for information leading to the identification or apprehension of the perpetrator*. Information can be obtained from the Kaiserslautern police by calling 0631 369 2620.

An anonymous tip line has also been set up under the telephone number 0152 11970863.

*The award and distribution of the reward will be decided without recourse to legal action. The reward is intended exclusively for private individuals and not for public servants whose professional duty includes the prosecution of criminal offences.

 

Note: We are also publishing the article in our English edition to address possible witnesses from the US forces stationed in Kaiserslautern or the surrounding area who may be able to provide relevant information on this incident. (German article)

 

Sources:  Western Palatinate Police (Kaiserslautern Crime Squad).

Own research kasaan presswire


 

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Is the Wirecard scandal even bigger than previously assumed?

Marsalek and no end - was Marsalek the mafia's perspective "agent"?

The still missing ex-manager of Wirecard, Jan Marsalek, now looks like a sick gambler who, exhausted, could no longer operate his system at the end.

Whether Marsalek is still alive at all with all the stories that are revealed day by day - it is questionable. Security services from all over the world are supposed to be attached to him to at least partially compensate the angry investors. How that is supposed to work, nobody knows. 

Toothless tiger with parliamentary periodontitis

The investigative committee of the Bundestag in Germany comes with illustrious witnesses who tell stories about the Ibiza entanglements and Heinz Christian Strache, (former vice chancellor of Austria) and his naively stupid behaviour, portraying Strache as the right-wing patron of a class of the FPÖ's (Austrian Freedom Party) disenfranchised and populists. It fits into the corrupt environment of Strache and his already disgusting "Biedermann"(upright citizen) mask to act with Marsalek and his lick spittles. One could almost think that Strache also fits into the strange matter.

It is only pieces of the puzzle that the viewer is given.

The real damage is not the many billions, but the complete failure of all security mechanisms within the BaFin (Federal Financial Supervisory Authority)  banking sector.

As an attentive observer, one could assume a deliberate failure of the structures. 

But who cares in the BaFin elite, which cares about nothing else but its profit and silencing those who have legitimate concerns? Yet, it was precisely this elite that earned well from the Marsalek case and his former employer Wirecard. Even today, one has to be careful in the writing guild not to be sued for writing what is fact. 

Marsalek and his henchmen had set up a parallel economy that was already financed by mafia money at the beginning of the millennium. They didn't know where to put the laundered billions, and they wanted to continue laundering, gambling, porn and drugs. So, it was worth it for the mafia to set up a new project.  

 

 

Collective amnesia

How can these people who were directly involved in the scandal claim they knew nothing about it? Well, Marsalek and Braun were far too busy with parties to be able to control these operations from the green table as well.

The committee of enquiry, which comes up with new surprises every day, becomes a farce when one thinks of the statements made so far.

Simultaneously, the question is: Was the mafia directly involved in Wirecard and which laundering programmes were developed for which funds?

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Blueprint for the Darknet

Was there a legal Trojan horse that outwardly at least kept up the pretence of maintaining this fin-tech, while behind the scenes, it was already laundering money for drugs and weapons, porn and gambling?

A multinational "criminal network", as it says in the accusations against Ruben Weigand.

The US authorities have known for a long time that the network did not just exist yesterday. It was not just the duplicity of events that through Wirecard, for example, mobile phones were transacted in Gibraltar when porn and gambling were in the buyers' true shopping cart and in the US face cream when it was marijuana that was to find its way to the customer. Judge Jed S. Rakoff in the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of New York saw through the Wirecard system's claim long before. 

Surely, it wasn't just marijuana. 

For what purpose were South Korean secret agents assigned to procure North Korean passport blanks? Everything in the "environment" of Mr Marsalek.

Pyongyang is a grey eminence in the international drug and arms trade. Marsalek, no fool, made excellent use of this loophole and intensively laundered money for whomever.  Whoever could come to the table with the recipe of Novichok also had contacts in these circles.

Marsalek not only made the dolls dance. Sushi served on naked women was rather the harmless sin. 

In Munich's Mandarin Oriental, champagne was served as if there were no tomorrow. 

 

Retro of The Avengers 

On Tenerife, as of 2017, the Russian drug traffickers of the "southern route" recommended the services of Wirecard if one wanted to launder money. One got an address in Dubai. Oh wonder, directly from an office that was very connected to Bellenhaus.  The black fortune was to be exchanged for Bitcoins and other modern currencies. It came out all "white". 

 

Startling details under palm trees about Wirecard, kasaan media, 2017.

There, at the very tip of Europe, the nouveau riche establishment of those who were the real beneficiaries of the transatlantic connection had taken up residence.  Others rumoured an almost unbelievable story that was so outrageous at the time that no one tried to publish it. 

Allegedly, Wirecard was a fin-tech that was supposed to function as a perpetual motion machine for the Russians' ambitions in Europe. Destabilize and nationalize. Putin's course against any democratic structures, financed by drugs and arms trafficking, gambling and porn. The 'Ndrangheta as friendly godfather of the birth of a whole new world order stood at the ready. 

Homan Enterprise Ltd at 9 Werdohl Business Park, Number One Industrial Estate, Consett, County Durham, United Kingdom, DH8 6TJ kept popping up. A holding company in an industrial park with outlets in letter boxes of HOMAN ENTERPRISE LTD (06901307) Mont Fleuri, Mahe, Seychelles, Seychelles and in PO Box 438, Palm Grove House, Road Town, Tortola, British Virgin Islands.

Did no one know this or did no one want to know?

What did these companies have to do with Wirecard?

 

Was there a business model for any activities of mafia structures, a kind of universal laundering line for money that then disappeared into dubious channels?

Minister of Finance Scholz cannot have missed this practice when he took up his post as Vice-Chancellor in 2018 because in 2015, the Munich public prosecutor's office looked for the Wirecard headquarters in Aschheim in a request for administrative assistance for the US authorities. You also hear about things like this as mayor of Hamburg, when you weren't busy with Bankhaus Warburg

For example, a rather puny instance of Wirecard's machinations, in the Windsor scandal (in German) (with a Wirecard account, the manager disappeared on a trip through the wild highlands of China) (we reported), the airheads from Windsor apparently used the same tricks and addresses as the high-flyer Marsalek. One wondered.  

All traces lead to an inconspicuous village called Consett, where whole batteries of letterboxes embellished the village.

The Homan example also leads to this apparent car wash of Marsalek and Braun's brain -Unit 1, Derwentside Business Centre, Consett Business Park Villa Real, Consett, County Durham, England, DH8 6BP.

Incidentally, links of the 'Ndrangetha also led to this wonderful little town - the same complex.  

The same thing happened at another company Paterre Aroma Media ltd. (Suite G6 West Wing, Prospect Business Park, Crookhall Lane Leadgate, Consett, County Durham, United Kingdom, DH8 7PW), after which it led to an unmanageable jumble of companies in Newcastle upon Tyne, which was directly linked to Oliver Bellenhaus' WIRECARD CARD SOLUTIONS LIMITED. The most incredible part of the story was, directors were citizens of Consett who knew nothing of how much they valued the Wirecard system.

It seemed like one of those 1960s serial flicks with The Avengers. 

 

Circuit of Oliver Bellenhaus in Gibraltar when customs clearance was once not fast enough, kasaan media, 2017.

 

One wonders how something like Wirecard could have stayed under the radar for so long.

In Malaysia this week, they announced that Oliver Bellenhaus had been suspended from his directorship from 22 February 2021 by public notice from the Labuan Financial Services Authority. That the directorship of Oliver Bellenhaus, a German national, in Adaugusta Limited has been suspended.

What was this Adaugusta Limited doing, the ordinary citizen wonders. Bellenhaus jetted back and forth between Gibraltar and Dubai's Burj Khalifa. Here, the millions were moved via Al Alam in office 1905 A in Al Kazim Towers.

To New York

Ray Akhavan can sing a song about entanglements and convolutions, while Jan Marsalek is known to have a diplomatic passport from the Caribbean island of Grenada, where numerous websites of his were registered. What is interesting about this is only in the research that a company Alpine Capital Partners in Geneva reserved the site JANMARSALEK.COM for itself via Go Daddy on the Cayman Islands. 


The much-maligned prosecutor Bäumler-Hösl simply didn't feel like it. one can't blame her, you shouldn't overstate that and blame her for her certainly non-existent naivety. She had previously cleared up the Siemens scandal.  

 

Part 2 Interesting connections

Was Wirecard the system of what must not be; therefore it cannot be? 

 

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Racism, contempt for humanity, Prince Andrew and the cynical system of the British Crown

 

Speechless about the content of the interview with Operah Winfrey

After Meghan and Harry's interview, which received much attention worldwide, the explosive nature of this interview is not lost on the viewer.

The most disgusting racism around the baby's skin colour and the absolute isolation of Meghan to the point of suicidal depression. This is Buckingham Palace in its daily dealings with members of "the company".  Boundless hubris of a class that is stuck in colonial times. 

One wonders what lessons were learned from the death of Diana, 1997? None, one hears the two "cast-offs" say in the interview.

Prince Andrew, deeply involved in the Jeffrey Epstein child molester scandal, seems even more welcome at the Queen than Harry and Meghan, who took the liberty to live, outside the sectarian structure of the House of Windsor.

It is sheer cynicism that Elizabeth II of England is living at the end of her reign.


The British should ask themselves if they would not be better served by a republic than by the Windsor sect?

Here are some excerpts from the interview: 

 

 

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Snakes on Ceres?

Snakes on Ceres?

What is it? 

Like giant "snakes" attracted to the spot on the dwarf planet Ceres. It's probably an entrance to a subterranean ocean on Ceres. 

An ocean is thought to exist beneath the surface of Ceres, and at one of the apparent exit points in the eternal ice are these snake-like objects. The images come from NASA's Dawn probe, which passed by the dwarf planet in 2015.  One can only marvel. Especially since Ceres otherwise has a dusty but not particularly rocky environment that fades into ice below the surface. 


The freshwater reserves on the dwarf planet are probably six times those on Earth. At least that's what a study says, based on findings from the Herschel space telescope. 

These "objects" only occur at the outlet. 

 

Occator crater in perspective Image credits: NASA / JPL-Caltech / UCLA / MPS / DLR / IDA

 

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Wirecard Connection - what does the murder of Daphne Caruana Galizia have to do with Wirecard?

Long, long ago -The collapse of an ailing system - New Economy Market 

 

Back then, shortly before the beginning of the millennium, anything was possible despite the collapse of the New Economy market. The so-called 4 D printer was already on offer at that time - at this investment blossom the then already attentive observer could only marvel.

Here stood Captain Janeway and the Voyager godfathers.

Anything was possible and organized crime was on the rise. They could place millions in former East Germany, acquire land and buildings after money had been laundered. This required a bank that promised high profits and systematic concealment.

Even the rumour of a digital currency, almost unthinkable at the time, was served.

At the time, infeasible visions of the future were sold as a means of investment.

 

However, Wirecard was a deliberate washing plant for all money from porn, betting and gambling, due to the entanglement between organized crime and politics.

Anyone who asked stupid questions as an investor in those days that were not conducive to the grey eminences who had orchestrated Wirecard as precisely this later excellently functioning concept of various Mafia groups was quickly silenced. Neither by slander nor by threats. Everyone who had experienced this knew there was something fishy about it.

Only no one dared to say anything against the hyper-dynamic Jan Marsalek. It would have been the end of existence.

Later, the connection to the 'Ndrangheta turned out to be more and more obvious, who had collected money all over Europe on the New Economy market - the war chest with various investment firms.

It was not until 2017 that the Italian police intervened when they arrested Francesco Martiradonna, the alleged owner of Centurionbet. Malta suspended Centurionbet's gambling licence. But Centurionbet was just one of the many mailboxes served by Jan Marsalek's system, not Wirecard Bank's. 

Whether it was later Benedetto Bacchi, the head of Phoenix International Ltd, who was arrested in the Palermo region as part of the 2018 "Game Over" anti-mafia operation, Wirecard set up numerous "dead letter boxes" in Gibraltar to provide them for money laundering. For online roulette and poker, companies were set up, located in Main Street or Marinas Bay, shops, consignors and others.

Neither Finance Control nor the later responsible Minister Olaf Scholz can have been unaware of these circumstances. When Gibraltar was no longer sufficient, they turned to other places, the powers-that-be did not want to make it so obvious after all. The letterbox batteries in the British community of Consett and the resulting letterbox companies were part of the concept of Marsalek, who was not too dirty for anything. "Brinken Merchant Incorporation" was just one of dozens of style flowers of the time.

From Gibraltar to Malta- what does the murder of Daphne Caruana Galizia have to do with Wirecard?

More than 20 years ago, the trail already led back from Gibraltar to the tax haven Malta, where it was easy to launder the profits from poker rounds on the Internet and disgusting porn for good. Whether the Mafia had something to do with the later assassination of the journalist Daphne Caruana Galizia because the initiators were swamped with cases, was never to be clarified.

 

The journalist was on her way to describe money laundering in Malta for the Mafia, which could not please Marsalek's backers. By the time the blogger died in a car bomb attack, Marsalek was already steering the fortunes of the corrupt Wirecard money laundering operation through Dubai. Police in Malta arrested a businessman named Yorgen Fenech, who was involved with the Dubai Wirecard empire of gamblers through various channels, as a person of interest in the murder of the journalist.  In the whole list of Marsalek's pseudo-secret activities, silencing opponents also fitted in. 

With lax oversight in Malta and Germany, the trail leads directly to alleged frauds such as Wirecard and Paytah respectively. Like Wirecard Paytah, a brand of MFSA-regulated Phoenix Payments Ltd enabled the fraud in the first place, which involved hundreds if not thousands of EU consumers. Onisac was another example of money laundering. Coincidentally, also in Dubai again.

 

Another Poker round with the Mafia

2001 - In La Línea de la Concepción, the sparrows were whistling from the rooftops. The abandoned casino in Gibraltar had been given a worthy successor in the form of a simple letterbox and a trustee, who made considerably more turnover than the honourable casino in Europa Road. The casino was simply rusting away.

Casino Gibraltar, 2000,kasaan media, 2021

 

There was a rumour going through the offices of the Gibraltar Trustees that was hard to believe when you first heard it. A certain Jan Marsalek had made a deal with Russians and other Mafioso half a year after hiring Wirecard, which was supposed to bring porn and illegal gambling on the internet to the forefront. The money was simply to be laundered through various stations.

Gibraltar was the El Dorado of tax havens in Europe these days. Those who did not ask any questions could go to one of the trusts and have the money laundered there, which they were now supposed to legally reintroduce into the economic cycle. The diversions followed a certain pattern, ending in the enclave in front of locked doors or cleared out abandoned offices.

Trustee of the Wirecard, 2002,kasaan media, 2021

But that's not all - traces from Marbella, neighbouring Gibraltar, already led to the South of France at the beginning of the millennium and would have made the Wirecard scandal impossible if those responsible had taken an interest. But nobody really wanted that, the natural antipodes of organized crime and politics were too intertwined.

 

Marsalek's invisible trail

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The enduring mystery of the Kambo Mannen- some news

Nearly 34 years...

After more than 33 years the Kambo Mannen is not identified.

What happened in this September days 1987, when a conductor found the human remains of the later so-called Kambo Mannen besides the former train line between Kambo and Moss?

Whom the unknown stranger met before he was deadly injured by a train?

Two of his limbs had been severed, an arm and a foot. He had not been drinking alcohol prior his death and was killed by the train. 

Who took his identification card, his papers, his passport?  And his funds?

It was not clear for the train operator who saw something at first he thought it was a plastic bag on the rails, to see a human remains in front of his traction engine. 

Today the train line it’s a pass for tracking and the trains are running through a tunnel which was built a few years ago. Long after the incidents with the Kambo Mannen. In all these years the mystery grew even bigger about the unknown alien. 

Some newer information were revealed after a recent newspaper article in 2017 by the Norwegian tv2 nyheter in Oslo. But nobody could reveal what the person wanted in this specific area close to a radar station in the Cold War against the former Soviet Union. He had no camera with him or other tools for espionage.  Maybe the Kambo Mannen was one of the spies of the military intelligence of the existing so-called Warsaw Treaty Organization. But this reason is unlikely.

The Warsaw Pact states sent plenty of secret scouts to the scene with foreign number plated cars in this specific area.

Yes, and there were many suicides in these days along train lines in Norway. But this is even more unreal with the Kambo Mannen. 

What seems today some sort of bizarre game- were in those days in the two systems a common method to find needed information. In 2017, it revealed that the police forbid foreign number plates in the area close to the Gylderåsen station in Våler of the NATO Nike system of the Norwegian army.

If he had been a spy, at least a vehicle would have been found nearby. Keys that would have pointed to the vehicle. The Norwegian police these days experienced in these particular cases would have checked the circumstance and surroundings. 

But it but this was not the only case of mystery and unidentified people in Norway in the last 50 years. It started with the most mystery case of the unknown stranger from the Isdal, who used multiple identities while she was in Norway, 1970.

Last traces led to former Tito Yugoslavia

The woman with the strange code was mystified and certainly the target of the military intelligence of the Norwegian government. They had all reason to look for her luggage which was discovered by police in the train station in Bergen a few days after her death.

Exotic Circumstances

They were around about 15 people in  Norway which could be identified and  three cases led to Germany and the former East German hemisphere. 

The last one to leave a strange mystery was the dead woman in the Plaza Hotel in Oslo in 1995. Jennifer Fergate.

But the Kambo Mannen came under different circumstances, which showed that he was searched before his death. 

Someone could, of course, claim that the unknown person somehow came to Norway like a stowaway, then decided to commit suicide at short notice next to the railway line and buried his belongings somewhere along the way. Anyone reading this already knows that it does not sound realistic. 

The trail of the later investigation to the German vessel- the MS Edelgard- was just a manoeuvre to mislead the real investigations which ended again on this railroad in autumn 1987. 

Well, there were large smuggling rings that brought goods into Norway and shipped them into the country at previously spotted points. Alcohol and art smuggling were big business there. This sounds more realistic. First part of Kambo Mannen

Kambo Mannen's traces

His cloth could have been from a German second hand delivery to East Germany- different finds and numbers could not be explained and files about how it was delivered and to whom it was delivered would be destroyed by now. Second hand shops in the FRG were not so common and so popular.

Plenty of files of the East German former state security are destroyed or brought to a place where the government cannot gain any information any more.  Funny enough files were found in a mine tunnel shortly after reunification. 

Other files are still shredded pieces of the former East German State security HVA. It will take years to put them together again in painstaking detail, like a puzzle.

The Kambo Mannen did not reveal where he received the packet of Camel filter cigarettes which were solely produced with this specific tobacco for the Eastern Block market. 

This leaves only the clothing, which has posed even more mysteries since the first day of the investigation than these exhibits have revealed.

The 55-60 year old man was wearing the following when he was found dead on the train line: 

We have explained long before the Norwegians in tv2 in our first article the connection to some clothes. We refer to the first part.

A grey blouse jacket / military jacket -so called "Schimanski jacket". An item of clothing made famous by the television series Schimanski, the Duisburg fictional(!) "Crime scene", which was very fashionable at the time and was worn by the actor Götz George in each of these episodes. 
One pair of blue jeans
A white shirt with dark, thin stripes
Two medical stockings with three blue stripes on top and open toe.
A yellow machine knitted jumper with a square pattern.
One white vest
One pair of Elan Body panties
A handkerchief with brown stripes in a square pattern.
A black belt made of artificial material.
A red Victorinox Swiss Army pocket knife of the model "Climber".
A soft pack of Camel cigarettes. Produced in the West for the Eastern European market.
 

Sources: Kripos  Norge

It was common practice at the time to ship clothes collected by aid organizations in West Germany to the East. That meant to Poland or the former GDR. It was also customary for the German Red Cross, for example, to provide clothing to late settlers arriving from the East. This also applied to special prisoner from East Germany from the former GDR, which are little known in the world. Also, not in Norway. 

These clothes were compulsorily catalogued.

Most of the labels were also cut out of them and, for example, plasters with numbers were affixed to shoes. This explains the discovery of the plaster in the shoe only now because at that time in the clothing depots one had to be able to match the shoes to each other in large quantity. 

Another aspect is the sole insert, which was only studied a few years ago. This indicates that the sole was subsequently adapted to the shoe because it does not belong to the shoe and this in turn explains the second-hand clothes thesis.

Did the man come with an order from the GDR via the main access camp Friedland?

Bundesarchiv B 145 Bild-F079036-0029, Lager Friedland, Straße mit Unterkünften.jpg
Von Bundesarchiv, B 145 Bild-F079036-0029 / CC-BY-SA 3.0, CC BY-SA 3.0 de, Link

 

Are there any documents about the dead man still to be found here?

The former GDR smuggled its snitches to the West directly. In any case, the number is not a secret code, but comes from a clothing store. 

More to read in the second part in March 2021

 

 

 

 

 

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Silence upon the heather

(The links and the films are in German language)

Very silent

What became of the Kurt-Werner Wichmann case and the pieces of evidence that the Lunenburg police (Lower Saxon) presented to the completely shocked public worldwide more than a year ago?

Among them personal objects of people that Wichmann had buried before his suicide. From which years do the curiosities that Wichmann buried, along with an almost new Ford Probe, date? 

What became of the case? The sensational cases?

Ilse Gerkens and the Ulrike Burmester case?

The Gerkens case has been open since April 11, 1968. Although Wichmann was only 18 years old at the time, he is associated with what happened.

The mother of an eleven-year-old daughter was shot off her bicycle with four bullets virtually after shopping. 

The Ulrike Burmester case took place on May 14, 1969, when the 14-year-old schoolgirl from Lunenburg was reported missing by her relatives.

Her body was recovered from the Elbe River at the end of May 1969.

She had probably been sexually abused and then strangled. She had been dumped in the Elbe with a stone.

It is interesting that the accomplices are still at large and that the situation in which Ulrike Burmester was found is almost similar to that of the Schulze couple case and their daughter. The father died under the most mysterious circumstances, nearly on the same place as Mario Schulze dumped with a stone. After the last report, Schulze dumped himself.  

Mother and daughter have not been found to date.

The tracks of the mother and daughter Schulze end at a lake a few kilometres away and only those of the father led away. However, no one can explain where the bodies of the mother and daughter are supposed to be. The police searched the entire area with a large contingent, including man trailer dogs. 

Until now, it was assumed that this was an extended suicide. Incredibly, this suicide took place where Wichmann and his henchmen presumably committed the deeds. 

What is clear, however, is that Wichmann acted not alone. A disturbing conclusion after many years. 

 

Years later, the couple Ursula and Peter Reinhold from Hamburg-Bergedorf were found in the Goehrde forest after six weeks. On July 12, 1989, hikers found the badly decomposed and stripped bodies. Most of the Reinholds had already been skeletonized by animals and decomposition.

The cause of death could never be determined. Curiously, the couple's car was found at the railway station in nearby Winsen at Luhe.

 

Ever since lead investigator Juergen Schubbert was retired and also failed in court with his suit for continued employment beyond retirement age, many observers have been wondering whether the case should go to rest altogether.

Then, a few weeks ago, German media heard that the investigators would also pursue the trail of a paid killer, Wichmann. It may well be that the passionate cemetery gardener also received money for his misdeeds. 

The Goehrde murders and the murder of the sister Birgit Meier of the then LKA (State Criminal Investigation Office)  chief Wolfgang Sielaff were staged in a sensational film documentary.

 

After years of searching for his missing sister, the latter succeeded in discovering the mortal remains in an assembly pit in the former home of Wichmann, who took his life in 1993 in a different custodial context.

Up to the time Sielaff found his sister's remains, the ex-husband of those killed was the target of the investigation, although the prosecution knew he was innocent, they continued to investigate and never apologized. 

 

Germany was flabbergasted. 


But what was behind Wichmann's connections to the right-wing extremist scene in the Lunenburg Heath? 


Not far away, a gigantic weapons depot was dug up after the attack on the Munich Oktoberfest in 1980. This weapons depot was attributed to the alleged NATO Stay Behind Network Gladio undertaken by a Forrester.

But is it true that this is where Wichmann obtained the weapons for his deeds?

Is it simply the time for heather to grow over the case?


 

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Trump's million march seems more like a two-bit frolic

Trump leaves behind a shambles that once called itself the USA

Now, Trump has completely blown it in Georgia too.

He can hound, lie and declare the election absurd.

Trump is the worst example of a demagogue in office.

It is clear from his statements in recent days that he will never give up doubting the Democrats' victory.

His milkmaid calculation will end abruptly today.

The winner of the election is Joe Biden. Even Vice-President Pence has to admit that, albeit probably meekly. If the result is confirmed today in Washington.  

Meanwhile, left and right supporters are brawling in the streets of Washington. 

 

 

 

 

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