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"Deadman's Hand" - there was the Western, the Italo Western and now the Norge Western

 

The first Norge Western emerged from a project by students at a media college, Tiller VGS in Trondheim.

Filmed in a bar, a poker player shoots a fellow player after they have been drinking heavily.

"Deadman's Hand" is a classic western story that shines with the simplicity of means in six minutes in a modern-day setting.

Colin Westfield is portrayed by the screenwriter in this affair, Kasper Maul, and Silas Glover by Emil Rovik.

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Can the mystery of the Isdal woman be solved in history of the former Hotel Regina in Geneva ?

Many more clues to the most mysterious murder case in post-war history

 

There are new findings about the Isdal woman, who was found dead around Bergen / Norway in November 1970.  But also only fragments in a large mosaic that the beautiful unknown woman left behind. 

 

Already in 2019, Le Républicain Lorrain in Forbach / France wrote about the mysterious acquaintance of a man from the Grand Est in the weeks of summer 1970.

 

The two spoke almost exclusively about painting and art. She had a "Balkan accent" but spoke German, French and Dutch, as Le Républicain Lorrain reported. The unidentified person, who served as an informant for the regional newspaper in Lorrain, said: "She (the alleged Isdal woman) said she had several documents and passports that allowed her to cross the Berlin Wall and travel to the GDR without any problems."

 

Overall, the statement in the French source is astonishing. It is perfectly aligned with the events that then took place. Allegedly, she had quite a few passports and wigs in the luggage collected from friends in the Wiesberg district of Forbach, where she also spent the nights. Also, clothes, which certainly did not come from a poor woman from the Balkans.

 

But where were the objects, documents, when the CID in Bergen found the suitcases in a locker at the local railway station after the death of the Isdal woman in early December 1970?

 

Riddle after riddle.

 

Why should this woman, who was sitting high on a horse in a lumberjack shirt and corduroy trousers, now suddenly be lying dead in Isdal/Norway? And this after she had met two unknown men, probably Yugoslavs, two days before her demise.

 

 

Just another clue in the puzzle: Did the Isdal woman's death journey already began in Geneva?

 

The trail of the Isdal woman leads not only to Lorraine, not far from the German border, but also to Geneva.

 

To the then luxury Hotel Regina at the Quai du Mont Blanc, owned by Émile Kähr and subsequently by his sons.  There, where Tito's and Ulbricht's foreign currency procurers hung out. Here, in the midst of Geneva's art scene, within a stone's throw of Geneva's galleries, the connoisseurs of old masters met, and not only them. 

In the diaries of the Isdal woman, a remark was found that she stood at the Hotel Regina in Geneva. After decryption of the code she used in her papers, it was revealed she stood at the Hotel Regina on the Quai du Mont Blanc in Geneva from the March 16th to March 19th, 1970.

But the Hotel Regina in Geneva, in the years a well-known spot for East-West contacts, also had an eventful history, as one can read in the Journal de Genève. Mysterious events took place: for example, documented in the issue of September 22, 1959. The French-language article can be found here.

 

We have because this act is so exceptional in the borough, translated the article.

 

"Towards the end of last night, two unknown persons presented themselves to the porter of the Hotel Regina, 7 quai du Mont-Blanc. Mr. Alois Arnold, 78 years old, 20 avenue Jacques-Martin in Chêne-Bougenes, who was just finishing his deputy duties, the incumbent being on leave at the time.  By one of the strangers, who had taken out a percussion instrument from a red leather bag, (the man) was hit on the head. Mr Arnold collapsed while the second assailant held him down and grabbed him by the throat. Meanwhile, the first robber had gone behind the counter, blown up the cash drawer (!) and taken more than nine thousand francs (worth about 4456 euros at the time).

When there was a noise, the two attackers made their way towards the salons and jumped through a ground floor window onto the Square du Mont Blanc. Mr Arnold soon regained his senses. The septuagenarian, who was very alert despite his age, managed to call the police by phone. The police rushed to the scene and began a search, which, however, proved fruitless. In fact, the clues about the unknown persons are rather vague: height 160 cm, rather thin, age between twenty and thirty, complexion and hair dark, language with a southern accent, light-coloured clothes, unkempt appearance.

Mr Arnold, who had lost a considerable amount of blood, was taken to the polyclinic and then to the Cantonal Hospital, where doctors found a deep wound on his head - but he had not suffered a fractured skull - and traces of strangulation on his neck. He will have to stay in the cantonal hospital for a week.

Only a while ago, the night porter of the Hotel de la Paix narrowly escaped some people who, after breaking open a window, tried to attack him."

It is surprising that this attack happened around eight o'clock. The perpetrators were also looking for something else. Unfortunately, the whole eventful history of the Hotel Regina cannot be told in one article, but it was wild. Another article shows the usual "business" in those days. 

"Yesterday, late in the morning, the Pioneers of the Permanent Standby went to the Hotel Regina, Quai du Mont-Blanc 7, where a fire had broken out between the floor and the ceiling. The fire brigade had to carry out demolition work to reach the scene of the accident.

This was due to an accidental cause. It actually appears that a cigarette, which was undoubtedly extinguished, fell into a small hole in the toilet, releasing smoke that necessitated the fire brigade's intervention."

 

Just a side note in this matter is that the Bristol Hotel at Krambugata 3, in Trondheim, where the Isdal woman was staying, burned to the ground in 1976. Until now, it is not clear how the fire started.

 

Hotell Bristol brenner (1976)

 

Hotell Bristol brenner (1976)

 

 

In the 1950s and 1960s, for example, the annual writers' event was held in this fashionable setting in Geneva. The Isdal woman, obsessed with art, blended in perfectly with the surroundings. But, the star of the Hotel Regina was sinking, numerous tenants and changes of ownership led to the dissolution of the house in 1974.

 

What is today the Hotel de la Paix on the elegant shores of Lake Geneva, was in 1970 the Hotel Regina. No less distinguished.

The beautiful unknown must have resided there. At least she had a sewing kit from this house in the evidence of suitcases found in a locker at Bergen station days after her demise.

At the time, this sewing kit was laid out in the rooms of the posh hostel on Lake Geneva, along with a bar of soap and a Bible. Unfortunately, there are no more sign-in sheets from those days.

 

The question remained, why did they, who had otherwise removed everything from the suitcases that indicated the identity of the dead, leave just the sewing kit in the suitcase? It was like the Norwegian Military Intelligence Service's obfuscation against the Bergen police. Cases from the bottom drawer were dragged in.

 

The traces seem to have been deliberately removed to obfuscate the real reason, the art smuggling.

 

But what is stopping Norway's military intelligence service, 50 (!) after the woman was found, from handing over the documents that were seized in the suitcases at the time?

 

This secret must be far more important than obsolete AGM-119 Penguin anti-ship missiles, which were used as a grateful excuse at the time and led to strangely scattered rumours.

 

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Wikileaks and the mysterious disappearance of Arjen Kamphuis update: 13.04.2020

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Update: 13.04.2020

The story about the disappearance of Arjen Kamphuis becomes more and more mysterious. After a year, the Norwegian police issued a statement which leaves more questions open than it answers. The mortal remains of Kamphuis from the theory of the Norwegian authorities have not been found. 

A short summary of what the Norwegian police wrote: Kamphuis drowned on a kayak trip, leaving his case on the beach where anyone could have taken it. Then he drowned for whatever reason. The kayak swam straight back into the bay where the things were lying and where everything but himself was found by two Lithuanian truck drivers who happened to be fishing. They then took the mobile phone and other valuables with them to recycle them and switched the mobile phone on while they were coincidentally on their way back to their home country. 

The hypothesis in the report can't be correct, because the mobile phone was certainly not on and the drivers from Lithuania certainly couldn't crack the code of the mobile. Why didn't Kamphuis wear the life jacket and if so, why didn't his body show up? The life jackets are designed in such a way that even with drowned persons they will resurface. 
Furthermore, the carrying bag of the kayak is still missing. On the other side, Kamphuis is still missing. 

So where is he?

Screenshot google maps

Here in these surroundings, the Dutchman disappeared, good to see is the parking lot on the right side, where the two fishing Lithuanians found the equipment and valuables of Arjen Kamphuis.

The strange disappearance of cybersecurity - Expert Arjen Kamphuis

What is certain is that Kamphuis, who for years belonged to the inner circle of supporters of Assange, was last seen in Bodø, in front of the Scandic Crown Hotel, on August 20. He wanted to take the train to Trondheim. Kamphuis was not suicidal. His diary was full of plans.

 

 

Days later, when the missing person had not returned to the Netherlands, police officers found a Kayak in 50 km distance. Then, a fisherman on the Saltdalsfjorden near the shore between Fauske and Rognan took his identity card and other objects from the undoubted possession of Kamphuis.

 

About ten days after the disappearance, the mobile phone of the missing person was switched on shortly in southern Norway, in Vikeså near Stavanger, more than 1.700 km from the last known whereabouts of the Dutchman. For about 30 minutes. The telephone, which afterwards contained a German map, moved with the person within a radius of 75 km until it was switched off.

 

 

An accident is therefore highly unlikely. According to observers, suicide is also ruled out. A voluntary disappearance seems highly unlikely.

Who can give details of a German SIM card that was activated in this context in Vikeså near Stavanger?

From people who said we should trust #SafeHarbour: #PrivacyShield works if we just apply enough lipstick https://t.co/mRQzxfConY #insanity pic.twitter.com/U2FpuyZMUm

- Arjen Kamphuis (@ArjenKamphuis) October 18 2017

So what happened?

Even though the Norwegian police, supported by Dutch people, carried out a land and water search, there is still no trace of Kamphuis.

Did Kamphuis follow a lead?

The story seems utterly bizarre if you put together the facts from the case, which have been published by the Norwegian police so far.

Was Kamphuis kidnapped, or was he the victim of a crime?

Wikileaks - sympathizers speak of a conspiracy, which now receives new nourishment since Assange was secretly accused.

 

The Australian Assange, who has been living in his ambivalent asylum in the Ecuadorian embassy in London, holds out because he fears being taken to the USA. There they have been trying to get rid of the naturalized compatriot for some time. In the USA, Assange may face the death penalty because he published thousands of documents reporting on America's dirty wars, corruption and human rights crimes. The US accuses him of espionage.

The founder of Wikileaks was internationally sought under dubious circumstances for rape in Sweden and was arrested in the UK in 2012. In the meantime, the Swedish proceedings have been discontinued due to the statute of limitations. However, Assange has to face the British authorities as he did not meet the bail requirements at the time.

 

In connection with the now hidden charge against Assange, it is also conceivable that the Dutchman was kidnapped. There is said to be a secret military airport of the Norwegians near the village of Bodø.

Was the Dutchman brought to the USA to prepare the indictment against Assange?

Or was he just a random victim?

A personal description of Arjen Kamphuis

Kamphuis has long blond hair and wears glasses. He is 47 years old, about 1.78 m tall and of average stature. Usually, he was dressed in black and carried a black backpack. He was an avid hiker.

Whoever has information should contact Adresse:This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.. Or directly to the Dutch police.

.@JulianAssange associate and author of "Information Security for Journalists" @ArjenKamphuis has disappeared according to friends (@ncilla) and colleagues. Last seen in Bodø, #Norway, 11 days ago on August 20. pic.twitter.com/dV75NGKpgI

- WikiLeaks (@wikileaks) August 31, 2018

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