*CAN FIND NO TRACE OF MY ORIGINAL CHARGES AGAINST THEODEKTI VALLIANATOU FILED AT LARISA POLICE STATION ON APRIL 22ND OTHER THAN ON HANDWRITTEN STATE PROSECUTOR NOTE
*SWEEPING CHANGES MADE TO THE TOP POLICE OFFICIALS IN LARISA IN JULY, SAME DATE AS INCRIMINATING POLICE NOTE
*TOP GREEK POLICE COUNCIL UNDER INTERIOR MINISTRY ANNOUNCED FIVE CHANGES TO TAKE EFFECT IMMEDIATELY. REPLACEMENTS CHOSEN TO HELP THROW MY CASE?
Evidence has emerged that the cover up of my case in Greece was organized by the Greek Interior Minister Panayiotis Kouroublis, something which raises the question of whether Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras himself was involved.
According to Eleftheria, sweeping changes were made to the top tier police officers in Larisa in July. The top council of the Greek police force met on July 21st and announced five changes among the top police officers in Larisa to take effect almost immediately, in August.
A handwritten police note giving the instructions not to investigate my case but focus on a spurious place, person and money transfers has the date “from July 27th to July 30th” at the bottom.
The handwritten note on a scrap of paper gives the instructions to throw my case the status of an official secret .
To succeed in covering up my case, the complicity of top police in Larisa was needed. It cannot be ruled out that some of the top police expressed concerns about being involved in a shady cover up and that triggered their dismissal and replacement.
Greece’s top “anti corruption” tsar Leandros Rakintzis, who is responsible for reviewing cases of public corruption and unfair dismissal, was removed from his post suddenly on Monday.
Rakintzis has been in his position for eleven years even though he was appointed for only five years, strongly suggesting the notion that he himself was corrupt and kept in his position unlawfully to cover up corruption.
The involvement of the highest level of the Greek police force, the “Maximum Council of Police of Greece”, Συμβούλιο Μεταθέσεων Αξιωματικών της ΕΛΑΣ, in the cover up of my case implicates the Greek Interior Minister and Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras, who has been accused of making political appointments to the justice and political system.
Tsipras, as a reader of my blog, is implicated in the original crime and, would, therefore, have a strong motive to cover it up.
Also, I have failed to find any sign of the charges that I filed against Theodekti and Theonike on April 22nd at Larisa police station.
The only official trace of them I have been able to find is on a handwritten note stapled to the complaint about Theoktisti’s attempt to bribe my lawyer, which was officially registered by state prosecutor Christian Fasoula on April 27th. Printed on the note is the name Vaios Papadimitroulas with his rankΑνθυπαστυνόμος or Police Warrant Officer. Handwritten beneath is the telephone number 2410 683147, which seems to be the number of the office of the commander of the police.
Scribbled on the note is the date when I filed charges 22 April 2015 and a protocol number 1053/ 3 /136. It is not clear what this number refers to be, but it could refer to the charges I filed together with Christopoulos at Larisa police station on April 22 2015. It was a very lengthy procedure and at the end of it I signed official papers.
Although Fasoula registered officially my complaint about Theoktisti’s attempt to bribe my lawyer on April 27th, there is no evidence of any resolution of that complaint in my file. That is a violation of procedures for handling complaints. The registration of a complaint obliges some kind of investigation and resolution or conclusion. But there is no sign of any follow up of my complaint in the file given to me by lawyer Konstantinos Christopoulos on Thursday January 28th after he resigned following evidence of his misconduct.
Lawyer Konstantinos Christopoulos sent a copy of the charges to the Bishop of Volos by email on April 22nd, 2015, immediately after we returned from the police station where I signed official police papers after making a statement.
The Greek charges sent by Christopoulos to the Bishop of Volos are here:
The suppression of my first set of charges against Theodekti and Theoniki was a necessary condition for the Larisa police to be able to refocus the case on a spurious place, person and money transfers. Having compliant and corrupt police officials was another condition for not only suppressing my case, but doing it using a method that would have set me up for another attempt at forced pyschiatrization.