Police and Prosecutors Piotr Kaleciński raid of 6th November 2013

 

SINCE 6 NOV. WROCLAW’S POLICE HAVE PERSISTANTLY KEPT TERRYFING THE STAFF OF K.U.K. EMOTIONALLY BLACKMAILING THEM TO LEAVE THE COMPANY. LEFT WITH NO INTERNET CONNECTION NOR THEIR CORPORATE HANDIES THEY FIND IT HARD TO CONTACT THEIR HQ OVERSEAS, WHICH THEY ARE ALSO THREATENED NOT TO DO.

AS ON 18 NOV. THE POLICE SMASHED ROUTERS AND DISABLED PHONELINES NOW OFFICES ARE LEFT DEAD-EMPTY. IN THE ENTIRE COUNTRY, EVERY DAY THE POLICE HARRASES OUR STAFF SEIZING DOCUMENTS AND ASSETS. AS WE SEE NO CHANGE OF KEEPING THE LOST 7000 POSTS WE PLAN TO CONSULT GERMAN AND SWISS LAWYERS IN ORDER THAT THE PROSECUTORS’ COMMITED – BY POLISH GOVERNMENT – UNDERMINING BASIC BUSINESS OPERATIONS AND INTERNATIONAL AFFAIRS OF GERMANY AND SWITZERLAND.

SINCE 6 NOV. , THIS VIOLATING OF HUMAN RIGHTS HAS A NATURE OF EVERY-DAY OCCURANCE. POLISH ATTORNIES – DEFENDING OUR EMPLOYEES: BARBARA WOJCIECHOWSKA, MAGDALENA WACKOWSKA, DAGMARA NATKANIEC, KONRAD RYBNICKI, MONIKA BELCZYK AND KRYSTYNA CHUDYBA (ALL COMPREHENDED TILL 8 FEB. 2014) – TOGETHER WITH POLISH POLICE – IMPUDENTLY KEEP PERSUADING THEIR FAMILIES FROM MAINTAINING ANY CONTACT WITH K.U.K. ‘S BRANCHES IN SWITZERLAND, GERMANY, AND BELGIUM. THE LAWYERS – NO DOUBT – ARE ACTING IN FAVOUR OF PROSECUTOR’S OFFICES AND THE POLICE, ‘EXPLAINING’ TO THE COMPREHENDED AND THEIR RELATIVES THAT THAY ‘HAD BETTER KEEP THEIR MOUTH SHUT’.

WHAT WE ARE FACING IS A DISASSTER, AS 7000 OF STAFF AND THEIR FAMILIES ARE VIRTUALLY AT THEIR TEARS NOT BEING ABLE TO SUSTAIN THEMSELVES HAVING LOST THEIR JOBS FOR EVER.

EVERY DAY WE FOLLOW THE NEWS BROKEN WORLDWIDE, AND ARE ABLE TO SEE THAT POLISH LAW ENFORCEMENT ARE GETTING EVEN MORE BRUTAL AND MERSILESS IN THE WAY THEY ARE TREATING K.U.K.’S STAFF. THE POLICE HARRASSES THOSE NOT ARRESTED (WHO COULD GO ON WORKING) AND STOPS FROM ENTERING THEIR OFFICES OCCUPYING K.U.K.’S PREMISES 24/7.

WE BELIEVE THAT JOSSE BAROSSO OUGHT TO SEND TWO OBSERVES TO WROCLAW AND INTERVENE WITH THE EU COMMITTEE WHO ARE DEFENDING ONLY ONE PERSON – JULIA TYMOSZENKO, WHILE OTHER 7000 ARE GOING THROUGH UNBELIEVABLY HORRIBLE ORDEAL, WHICH, ALLOWING FOR THEIR FAMILIES, AMOUNTS TO AROUND 20 000 PEOPLE BEING AFFECTED BY THIS CRIME.

PRIME MINISTER DONALD TUSK, ON 20 APRIL 2013 ASKED GERMAN LEADER ANGELA MERKEL TO SUPPORT HIS PLOT – PLS SEE ATTACHED FILES.

ON 26 APR. POLISH INTELLIGENCE ARRIVED IN BERLIN, AND AUTHORISED BY POLISH GOVERNMENT, WERE TO ASSASINATE ZDZISLAW KMETKO AT HIS DOORSTEP AT HATTENHEIMERSTR.3 13465 IN BERLIN.

ON 25 APR. AT 18.00 HRS THERE ARRIVED FROM WARSAW TWO MEN WARNING HIM TO FLEE OR HE WOULD GET SHOT THE FOLLOWING DAY. Z. KMETKO FLED BERLIN AT 01.00 HRS IN THE MORNING 26 APR. 2013 AT 12.00 HRS THE SAME DAY THE MURDERERS CAME OVER IN A BLACK VAN WITH SHADED WINDOWS. DAGMARA NATKANIEC WHO HAPPENED TO SEE THEIR FACES, NOW IMPRISONNED IN POLAND IS PROBABLY FACING DEATH AS AN EYE WITNESS.

I APPEAL UPON EU PARLIAMENT AND EU COMMITTEE TO SEND INDEPENDENT OBSERVERS TO WROCLAW.

THE POLISH GOVERTMENT ARE FOLLOWING THE WWW.KMETKOSTORY.INFO AND SINCE 26 SEPT. TILL DATE THERE HAVE VISITED THE SITE WELL OVER 5000 TIMES.

ON 2 OCT. IN A SESSION, THE PRIME MINISTER D.TUSK AND MINISTER KOMOROWSKI APPROVED OF THE NATIONWIDE ASSOULT ON K.U.K.’S BRANCHES.

YET, THE POLISH PRIME MINISTER AND THE PRESIDENT DID NOT EXPECT THE GERMAN BERLIN-BASED FEDERAL PROSECUTOR TO HAVE CONCLUDED BY THEN THAT ZDZISLAW KMETKO, HALINA KMETKO, ANNA KMETKO AND K.U.K. BERLIN HAD NOT COMMITED MONEY LAUNDERING.

IT IS IMPERATIVE THAT THE HAAG’S PROSECUTOR’S OFFICE PRESS CHARGES AGAINST THE POLISH GOVERTMENT OF STATE. THE INVESTIGATION HELD BY EU PARLIAMENT WILL BE ABLE TO PRESENT HARD EVIDENCE. ALSO, OUR LAWYERS IN SWITZERLAND AND GERMANY ARE PREPARRED TO SUPPORT ALL DUE LEGAL STEPS.

TODAY, I DARESAY THAT IN 2013 WE HAVE LOST AS MANY 2000 EMPLOYEES AND WELL OVER 100000,000 PLN.

CLEARLY, POLISH PRIME MINISTER D.TUSK HAS DEVIDED OUR COUNTRY INTO TWO GROUPS:

GROUP 1 – THE RULERS

GROUP 2 – CEOS, ENTREPRENUERS, FARMERS, AND LABOURERS, - NAMED BY TUSK ‘THE MOB’.

I WONDER WHAT TUSK IS NOW GOING TO CALL THE MINISTER OF CULTURE – BOGDAN ZDROJEWSKI, FORMER PRESIDENT OF WROCLAW WHO FROM 1997-2003 COOWORKING WITH.

1.      WROCLAW PUBLIC PROSECUTOR JACEK KAUCZ

2.      HEAD OF WROCLAW TREAUSURE HOUSE MAREK DOLATA

3.      CHIEF OF WROCLAW TREASURE POLICE ZDZISLAW JÓZEFCZYK

4.      P JACEK KRASOŃ

 

AT SOME [HERE I RESENT FROM EXPOSING THE COMPANYS’ NAMES] OFFICES IN MIKOŁAJA STR. AND KIEŁBAŚNICZEJ STR. , COLLECTED HUGE EXACTIONS (BRIBES). IT HAPPENNED THAT – FOR OBVIOUIS REASONS – PM MAREK DYDUCH (SLD) AND THE FORMER PRIME MINISTER LESZEK MILLER TOOK PART IN BANQUETS HELD AT THOSE LOCATIONS.

I, ZDZISLAW KMETKO, ASK D.TUSK WHAT BOGDAN ZDROJEWSKI, JACEK KAUCZ, ZDZISLAW JOZEFCZYK, MAREK DOLATA, JACEK KRASOŃ, LESZEK MILLER, MAREK DYDUCH OUGHT TO BE CALLED?

PERSONALLY, I WOULD SUGGEST NAMEING THEM: “MONEY LOVERS”.

BECAUSE PRIME MINISTER D.TUSK CALLED THE EMPLOYEES OF K.U.K’ GANGSTERS’, HEREIN, I EXPOSE BOGDAN ZDROJEWSKI AS CORRUPTED. SOON, MORE NAMES WILL BE REVEALED, BEGINNING THEIR COMPREHENSIVE RECORD FROM 1992 ONWARDS.

 

ZDZISŁAW KMETKO

 

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BRUSSELS, April 4, 2014 /PRNewswire/ --

Lawyers representing the Berlin based company K.u.K. Internationale Logistic, Handels und Beteiligungs Gmbh have initiated formal legal proceedings against Mr Kalecinski the District Prosecutor of Wroclaw and the local Tax office, suing for more than 10 billion euros in damages.

K.u.K.'s lawyers allege that Mr Kalecinski has failed to supply any legal warrants for the seizure of property owned by K.u.K., for the freezing of company bank accounts or seizure of company offices in Wroclaw following raids by the Prosecutor's office in November of last year. Prosecutor Kalecinski claims to have sent by letter details of the charges to K.u.K.'s lawyers, but so far nothing has been received despite requests to the Court requiring Mr Kalecinski to produce evidence of the documents being delivered by mail.

The Court has failed to instruct Prosecutor Kalecinski to produce these documents or evidence of delivering them to K.u.K.'s legal counsel. K.u.K.'s legal team have therefore set a deadline for Mr Kalecinski to provide full documentation justifying his actions by 16th April, and to return to the Company all corporate property and assets held by his office by that date.

In the meanwhile after more than 5 months, 6 innocent employees of K.u.K. are held on pre-trial bail without any formal charges having been filed. It appears that Prosecutor Kalecinski has alleged criminal misdemeanour on the part of these employees to the Court, whilst at the same time disputing the calculation of tax payments by K.u.K. due to the Polish Finance Ministry - which is an economic, and not a criminal matter. The German holding company has repeatedly offered to settle any tax payments outstanding from its Polish subsidiaries, but has still received no response to these offers from the Wroclaw tax authorities.

"This irresponsible, and unaccountable behaviour is something a company might have expected in the soviet era before Poland's democratic independence, but it is unacceptable in 21st century Poland," a K.u.K. spokesman said.

Apparently, this kind of treatment of companies in Poland is not isolated. In a recent book "The White Lake" written by John Borrell, the behaviour of Polish public prosecutors comes under scrutiny. The findings of his book suggest that there is significant room for reform in Poland. "Polish law allows for pre-trial detention of up to two years, longer in special circumstances and many public prosecutors use it as a means of extracting "confessions" or simply to punish people they lack evidence to prosecute in court. Bureaucrats, public prosecutors and judges are never held accountable for wrongly depriving people of their liberty. As a result more than 95% of requests by public prosecutors for pre-trial detention are approved by judges."

"This kind of behaviour is out of line with practice in the rest of Europe and it must change. Reform of these procedures is overdue, and we shall pursue change of policy at the highest level," the company spokesman for K.u.K. International said.

"K.u.K.'s lawyers will first exhaust due process through the Polish courts, and if necessary will apply to the courts in Germany for justice and remedies," he went on to say.

At stake is the continued operation of K.u.K. International's business in Poland, the employment of the company's staff, compensation of more than 10 billion euros and the principle of fair trial within a reasonable period of time for citizens who are held on suspicion of an offence, without any charges or evidence being submitted to the Court. This is a fundamental human right, which Poland is bound to respect under the terms of the European Charter of Fundamental Rights which Poland signed when it joined the EU 10 years ago.

This release is issued on behalf of K.u.K. International GmbH by Macmillan PR Limited.

 

SOURCE K.u.K. International GmbH

http://www.prnewswire.com/news-releases/wroclaw-scandal-poses-legal-threat-to-tusk-governments-eu-credentials-and-financials-253864801.html

 

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A formal legal challenge is being mounted against a state prosecutor in Poland in the case of a businessman who has had his business assets seized.

A spokesman for the company told the EBR website, “21st Century Poland has shaken off its Soviet past, but in some parts of the administration there remain some pockets of recidivism and behaviour more appropriate to homo sovieticus.

The Berlin registered company K.u.K. - E.F.I International GmbH is taking legal steps to recover German-owned properties that have been confiscated in Poland by the Wroclaw Prosecutor’s Office without any court decision or legal warrant. 

 

The properties include the assets of four non-resident commercial bank accounts registered in the name of the German company in Poland that were blocked in March 2013 and the deposits confiscated, allegedly without any legal grounds.

 

The list of confiscated assets also include three cars, registered in Berlin in Germany in the name of K.u.K. - E.F.I International GmbH, which were seized on 6 November in Poland by the Wroclaw Prosecutor’s Office. 

 

A German employee driving one of the company owned cars was detained for 36 hours although he was not charged, and the vehicle he was driving was confiscated without any explanation.

 

International lawyers representing K.u.K. - E.F.I International GmbH are claiming a breach of the bilateral Memorandum of Understanding on the protection of bilateral investment between Germany and Poland and a breach of Article 231 of the Polish Criminal Code by the Wroclaw Prosecutor’s Office.

 

On referral from the Polish Prosecutor General’s Office, between 2011 and 2013 K.u.K. - E.F.I International GmbH was the subject of a full and comprehensive investigation by the Berlin State Prosecutor.

 

The Berlin-based company says it fully co-operated with and assisted the German authorities with their inquiries, providing all of the documents and the information requested. 

 

Having examined these thoroughly after a three-year investigation, the Berlin Prosecutor’s Office ruled on 28 October 2013 that there was "no evidence" to substantiate the claims from the Polish authorities against K.u.K. - E.F.I International GmbH and the investigation was closed.

 

The seizures by the Wroclaw Prosecutor’s Office of the property belonging to K.u.K. - E.F.I International GmbH were made without reference to the German authorities and without any Polish or German court decisions or legal warrants.

 

The legality of these actions is now being challenged by the company’s international legal team in Berlin.

 

A spokesman for the company told the EBR website, “21st Century Poland has shaken off its Soviet past, but in some parts of the administration there remain some pockets of recidivism and behaviour more appropriate to homo sovieticus. 

 

“Poland is a key member of the European Union, and a supporter of European values and European law. Our company is an international European business that respects the highest standards of EU governance and we cannot tolerate this kind of treatment.

 

"We believe our assets have been taken away without due legal process or authority. 

 

"We will defend our corporate rights and seek to recover them through the correct legal channels, in accordance with European law.”

 

Concern was also recently voiced about employees of the company who were detained and held without charge in the raids just before Christmas.

 

It has been alleged that Piotr Kalecinski, the state prosecutor in Wroclaw may be in breach of the EU´s Charter of Fundamental Rights. 

 

The issue has been raised with the European Parliament and the charity, Amnesty International.

By Martin Banks

 

 

http://www.europeanbusinessreview.eu/page.asp?pid=1152

 

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