Claims Filed and the Frankfurt Prosecutor General Submitted by: SI Investment Group 2019-01-25 22:08:34
Total claims filed to date with the Frankfurt-am-Main Court of Appeals now exceed US$58B.
(OPENPRESS) Total claims filed to date with the Frankfurt-am-Main Court of Appeals now exceed US$58B. These claims are related to the 2007 settlement agreement signed by Dr. Jurgen-Peter Graf and under the current judicial supervision of Dr. Roman Poseck. The current administrator is Simon J. Church aka John Smith, Robin Richards, and Theo Friedrichs.
Criminal Complaint was filed on behalf of the holders of an estimated 35,000 accounts from around the world on 10 December 2018:
Frankfurt am Main General Prosecutor's Office
60313 Frankfurt-am-Main Germany
State of Hessen
Federal Republic of Germany
TITLE OF DOCUMENT: "Criminal Complaint" — 24 pages
Annexure 1 List of Claimants and claim amounts — 10 pages
Annexure 5 Frankfurt am Main Higher Regional Court Petitions — 11 pages
Annexure 6 Frankfurt am Main Judicial Complaints — 30 pages
Annexure 7 Communications Listing — 7 pages
Annexure 8 The Hague Affidavit of Service — 7 pages
9 Documents — 126 total pages
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