I’m afraid of the killers, but also of the Swiss police

I thought I’d be sure enough if the police talk to those who threatened me. I believed that they would then give up their plans. It’s about war criminals. Now I have to be afraid of both the killer and the Swiss police.

 

In August of this year, I reported a serious threat to the cantonal police of Zurich. At the police station in Meilen, I signed an official application to threaten me as a journalist, but also as a potential witness in the criminal proceedings for the murder of Đuro Zagajski and Stjepan Đureković in Munich. The police promised me a serious investigation that was meant to include not only conversations with those I identified as suspects, but with my witnesses, as well as carrying out an IP address analysis from which I was threatened.

Since we moved to a new apartment, the police advised me that I in the new municipality to ask for our new address to be a secret. All this gave me a sense of security for a moment.

 

Police, Meilen, KAPO Zürich

Police invites me to the second hearing as person with information

Meanwhile, the police received instructions from the State Attorney’s Office in Uster, and in mid-September I was on second conversation in Meilen. Then there was a turnaround. From the victim, I became the accused.

In less than a month, the Swiss authorities have turned me from an internationally internationally recognized journalist into a stranger who might be expelled.

Frankly, I did not expect the State Prosecution Office in Uster to bring indictments against those who threaten my family and me. I was expecting that they to say did not find enough evidence that it was a criminal offence of threat.

Swiss police, ustasha's helmet, Ustasha greetings, Hećimović

Ustasha greetings: «Za dom – spremni» («For the home – ready») and “Živio Ante Pavelić” (“Heil Ante Pavelić”) and ustasha’s helmet expressing love for Croatia in World War II, says the Swiss police.

I thought I’d be sure enough if the police talk to those who threatened me. I believed that they would then give up their plans. It’s about war criminals. Now I have to be afraid of both the killer and the Swiss police.

Quite unlawful, I guess because I’m an alien and I do not have a lawyer, the police were insolently and arrogant for me during the second conversation. The police acted as a lawyer of the person I reported for a threat in criminal proceedings, as if she to represent them in civil proceedings for breach of copyright, insults …

Swiss police, Hećimović, Heil Hitler

Hitler salute and “Za dom spremni!” (Ready for home!) are allowed in the Swiss army.

The police have ordered me to remove satirical photomontages from my site because I have violated the copyright of an Ustashi fan. He’s the guy I suspect that he take pictures of places where my family lives. He works in the Swiss Army. As a “neutral observer”, the police concluded that this what he publish Ustashas’ symbols, slogans and Nazi salutes on his Facebook page is not Neo-Nazi than his love for Croatia from World War 2.

The perverse has become the highlight when the police have asked for my consent to forward a my new address to the man for whom I think that he was threatening me. He told to the Swiss police that I am a Serbian spy and that he needed my address to sue me for defamation.

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