The draft first part of the charges against Larisa justice officials in English sent to my Greek translator….

Still have to edit the second part of the charges as well as collect all the relevant evidence and documents, much of which is already on this blog.

More soon…

To the first state prosecutor,

Dikastiko Megaro, Kentriki Plateia, Larisa

31 January 2016

Jane Buergermeister, Larisa

I am writing this report to present evidence that

deputy state prosecutor Anna Balogianni,

state prosecutor Christina (? first name not known) Fasoula,

police official Vangelis Toutounas and other unknown officials,

and my former lawyer Kontantinos Christopoulos,

have conspired to cover up the crimes of

Theodekti Polychronia Vallianatou,

the Abbess of St John the Forerunner monastery, Anatoli, Ajia,

by giving me the false and misleading impression that a full police investigation was taking place while, in fact, thwarting justice by directing the investigation to the wrong monastery, namely St George, Karditsa, and to a not clearly identified person, namely Th. Ballianatou in a police note with dates in July offering guidance on the investigation, with the intention of suppressing and withholding evidence concerning the crimes of Theodekti Vallianatou, and of setting me up for the false accusation that I was making unfounded accusations.

In addition, as I demonstrate in this report, the above mentioned justice officials and lawyer have acted in concert to orchestrate a campaign of harrassment and cover up since I began to put information, proof and evidence on my blog, birdflu666 on Thursday 28th, January 2016. I was false accused of defamation and summoned immediately to the police station in a call from the police at 3 20 pm on Friday 29th January 2016. When I said the evidence was on my blog in English and I was having it translated into Greek, I was threatened with a police car “sent to my home.”

Also, the police also changed incriminating numbers on their webpage shortly after I put evidence up on Saturday 30th January. The incriminating numbers were removed by Sunday 31 January, the next day.

The immediate removal of the incriminating telephone numbers from the homepage of the Larisa police headquarters satisfies beyond reasonable doubt that the purpose of the police is sinister and is known to be such by the highest ranks of the police. The highest ranks are anxious to cover their tracks as fast as possible and set me up for the false charge of making false accusations. As the highest rank, they have the power to order the police webpage to be changed at short notice, even over a weekend, when staffing levels in Greek police stations are generally much lower than usual.

If the police were acting in good faith with the honest purpose of conducting a genuine independent investigation into crimes, there would have been no need to alter the police headquarters homepage to remove incriminating telephone numbers at such speed.

This fact can also be seen on screenshots of google searches with “Larisa and ” visible in the cache pages.

I ask you to immediately remove the above individuals from my case, currently under review by Fasoula, and to give me immediate access to the file XXX to ascertain what pieces of evidence have been collected and to correct short comings respecting my rights to due process enshrined in European law.

Charges against Vangelis Toutounas and unknown police officials at Larisa police Headquarters

86, Al. Papanastassiou Street, 41110 Larisa

1. The content of a police note dated from July

The evidence that the police in Larisa deliberately tried to thwart justice comes in the form of a note on a piece of scrap paper which offers instructions to police on how to investigate the crimes with dates at the end of July, 2015, given.

A handwritten note gives instructions to focus on the the wrong monastery, St George, Mavrommati, Karditsa, against which I have not brougt any charges.

The note is headed by the name Gounelas, a firm that gives away from free office stationary.

The note focuses the investigation on my transfers of money to St George, ie to the wrong monastery while ignoring my electronic transfers of money to the right monastery ie to St John the Forerunner, which are the subject of my complaint.

The handwritten instructions tenaciously omits any mention of Theodekti Polychronia Vallianatou, my tranfers of money to her private bank account and any mention of the monastery of St John, the Forerunner, Anatoli.

The misleading connection between my bank transfers of money sets me me up for the false charge of making false accusation.

In addition, the final instruction in the note requires me to write everything I know about someone referred to “Th. Ballianatou.”

The reference to Th. Ballianatou deliberately obscures the identity of Theodekti Polychronia Vallianatou. It strongly suggests the notion that Th. Ballianatou is a civilian person with a forename beginning with Th such as Theodora and the surname Ballianatou or Vallianatou.

Theodekti Vallianatou is, however, a monastic, known exclusively through her monastic name Theodekti. The monastic name Theodekti is never shortened to “Th” as civilian first names are.

The use of “Th Ballianatou” also obscures the fact that the civilian name of Theodekti, which is Polychronia Vallianatou.

Instead of referring to Theodekti or Polychronia Vallianatou, and so providing an unambiguous identification, the note refers to a conflation of the two names to create deliberate confusion about the identity of the prime suspect.

The name at the bottom of the scrap note is Evangelis Toutounas and the number is the number of the public security office of Larisa police station.

Dates at the end of July are given.

2. Evidence that the note is written by the Larisa police

a. The name at the bottom of the scrap note is Evangelis Toutounas and the number is the number of the public security office of Larisa police station.

b. That this note is from the police is also confirmed in an email dated July 8th 2015 from my former lawyer Konstantinos Christopoulos.

Christopoulos tells me in this email the police have ordered and investigation. He instructs me to write about St George as did the handwritten note, albeit also mentioning Ajia.

He also tells me the police want me to write everything I know about “Th. Ballianatou” at the end of his email, that is, copying the order of instructions of the handwritten note.

“Th. Ballianatou” is is a clear reference to the note where “Th. Ballianatou” is written in Greek letters.

In no other email or communication did Christopoulos refer to Theodekti as Th, Ballianatou. The name on the file he gave me is Theodekti.

This email from Christopoulos mirroring the order of the note and its focus on St George and Th Ballianatou , demonstrates beyond all reasonable doubt that the handwritten note was from the police as Christopoulos claims.

While Christopoulos knew that no investigation had been ordered, he misled me deliberately in the email by saying one had been ordered and he included a reference to the right monastery in Anatoli, Ajia, to make his false claim seem more plausible to me.

There are none of the legal forms one might expect of a police investigation, such as an official communication on police paper or a police file number.

There are also none of the specific instructions one might expect to find in a police investigation, such as the instruction to question the prime suspect, Theodekti Vallianatou, or key witnesses such as Theonike or Theoktisti or collect other objective evidence from the scene of the crime, specifically the monastery of St John the Forerunner.

The vague, misleading and false instructions allow for the construction of a completey different case from the one I filed against Theodekti. It is possible to set up a completely false set of presumptions or arguments that i made charges against the monastery of St George concerning transfers of money and against someone called Th Ballianatou.

There were no other documents, emails or paper from any identifiable police authority in my file handed to me by Christopoulos on the evening of Thursday 27th when he handed me his resignation which might correct the false impression made by this handwritten note.

3. Evidence that the police knew that they had a sinister purpose in writing a handwritten note

The police note from July is hand written on scrap paper and not signed precisely because it is not permissible to order an official investigation into the wrong monastery, and wrong or person.

The handwritten, unsigned note turns the guidance into a carefully guarded secret in as far as it does not need to appear in any official file.

The aim of the handwritten note is to give instructions that appear to plausbibly suggest that a genuine investigation is taking place but uses unsound facts and fallacious reasoning ensuring that a genuine investigation will not place and the pseudo investigation will fail, setting me up for the false charge of making wrong accusations.

The authors of the handwritten, unsigned note knew this and wanted to keep the note out of an official file.

4. Evidence that the police knew that they had a sinister purpose, tampering with the telephone evidence

After I put information showing that the number at the end of the note was the number of the Larisa police headquarters on my blog on Saturday 30th, 2016, the website of Larisa police headquarters was changed overnight and the incriminating numbers were removed in an obvious effort to hide the connection.

This tampering with the evidence satisfies us beyond a reasonable doubt that the purpose of the police guidance was sinister and was known to be such by the person who issued it and by the police or state prosecutors who received the directions.

I note that the director of the police headquarters has personal links with Theodekti Vallianatou, creating a clear conflict of interest.

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