The Austrian state prosecutor s office has apparently magicked out of thin air a piece of paper claiming that my case against Professor Lukas Kenner was closed in 2012.
Readers of my blog will know that I made an application to the European Court of Human Rights in May concerning the fact that I had been unable to obtain the domestic file number of the case, which the police had lodged with the courts in relation to an attempt by an Austrian government official, Professor Lukas Kenner, to incarcerate and committ me in 2010 under the pretext I was mentally ill.
After all, if Lukas Kenner had believed there was probable cause for thinking I was mentally ill, he could have used the lawful avenues. The very fact that he used the unlawful avenue of approaching a pyschiatrist who had never met me is proof that he knew I was sane. I have argued that the attempt was politically motivated and my unlawful arrest and detention was menat to suppress my right to freedom of speech and press and my legitimate criticism of the government swine flu vaccine campaign.
Maybe the European Court has taken action already on my case because all of a sudden a fax has come of the blue from the state prosecutors office claiming the case was closed in 2012, and for the first time ever, I have a file number albeit printed in the faintest of inks in the top right hand corner.
There is one problem. I never knew the case was opened and I certainly never knew it was closed in 2012. I knew nothing whatsoever about the case in spite of repeated requests for information. In effect, I was denied my right to due process because I could not make an appeal on the closure of the case.
In addtion, the fax states Kenner was not found guilty of violating paragraph 288 of Stgb, which is making false statements. My charges against him are, however, far more substantial than that, see the paragraph above for a snippet. The fact that the state prosecutor chose to make false statements the focus of his investigation actually prevented the lawful process of the administration of justice in as far as it meant the prosecutor must have wilfully ignored the evidence of the far more serious crime of trying to deprive me of my civil liberty without due process under the pretext of mental illness when I was performing a public watchdog function as a journalist on the internet.