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Narko Norway and Norwegian Law Process

Narko Norway and Norwegian Law Process

Monsanto.no-RettsNorge (** Earlier Eirik Jensen post below)

Published 02.04.2019
Written by Herman J. Berge

On 28 January 2019, the Borgarting Court of Appeal concluded the main hearing in the criminal case that has been brought against the police officer Eirik Jensen. Jensen has in short been prosecuted for allegedly using/abusing his position to import drugs to Norway, and for having received bribes and money laundering from the turnover.

As is well known, Jensen was partly acquitted and partly convicted, after which the Court of Appeal overturned the jury's ruling, this is based on the fact that Jensen, in the opinion of the professional judges, is obviously guilty.

The prosecution was first aimed at the loose worker Gjermund Maack Thorud (who has since changed his surname to the more convenient one; Cappelen), and then Cappelen (or others) saw it as useful to bring Jensen in and ahead of the case. What actually led the prosecution to finally find it opportune to sue Cappelen (the police and prosecution had for years been sitting on misleading information about Cappelen's activities, without doing anything with the information), is still a state secret - and a riddle. There are many indications that it was a somewhat careless investigative work in a completely different case that forced the police and prosecutors to act. I will return to this assumption immediately.

A rather big problem with the criminal case against Jensen and Cappelen - and which should be food for thought for those interested in law, justice, and drug policy - is that the police and the prosecution have to this day covered the most central part of what keeps everyone drug and money laundering activities underway, namely the banker and the banks involved. Without this component, the drug and money laundering machinery will not work.

So what is the reason why the police and the prosecuting authority apparently do not want to investigate or at all try to shed light on this absolutely essential part of the drug and money laundering activities in the Cappelen / Jensen case? I mean; no homeowner with his mind intact would have placed buckets on the floor to take away the worst leaks from the roof and settled down with this. The question must be asked, but strikingly enough, none of the country's reputable media houses have been close to raising the issue, and thus the state of affairs has developed with the country's fourth state power usually sleeping safely in the back seat.

In a completely different case - which apparently does not have the slightest connection to Cappelen's drug and money laundering activities - both the banker and the banks (related to Cappelen's activities) were, by an accident at work from Økokrim's, revealed. We dare to assume that it may be this case that kicked off the case against Cappelen. That neither the banker - the Swiss-Norwegian banker Hans Olav Eldring - nor the Swiss-registered banks involved have been prosecuted or investigated in the Cappelen / Jensen case, especially in light of the aforementioned disclosure, is in itself a confirmation that the police and prosecution authorities want to keep the drug and money laundering business alive, and protect those involved in it. At the same time, the main problem in the Cappelen / Jensen process also becomes more visible; the cover, thus avoiding unwanted focus and unwanted questions.

In light of the authorities' knowledge of and passivity towards Cappelen's years of activity, we can state with reasonable certainty that the cover is neither accidental nor passive. We are thus facing a deliberate cover-up operation, where the police, prosecutors, lawyers, and courts have worked to prevent something (the truth) from coming to light. In order to clear up possible doubts, it is not the informants and the police provocation methods I am referring to here, but rather those who are behind them, and the real purpose behind the methods, methods that have not only kept the company alive but also protected the business and its key players. There are many indications that we are facing a business that influential people consider worthy of protection. in the sense of the Security Act, and then everything becomes law.

These cover operations have the serious consequence that other legal proceedings will be effected - without the parties necessarily being made aware of the impact - as long as there is a risk that elements within the Norwegian drug and money laundering business, or persons engaged in this business, may risk being revealed. In other words, any legal process is in danger of being corrupted (in which case all principles of legal certainty are disregarded), if it is necessary to secure and protect a billion-dollar industry that most people - in reality - do not have the slightest knowledge of.

A couple of weeks before Judge Kristel Heyerdahl read out his questions (the so-called indictment) to the jury, Hans Eirik Olav sent a rather explosive document to the Prime Minister and the said Judge. The document is entitled:  NarkoNorge and Norsk Process.

Olav has been convicted in a completely different case - the Thule case - where the prosecuting authority (Økokrim) used Eldring as its crown witness to get a verdict against Olav. During the trial against Olav, and against Jensen, Eldring - who by the way has been prosecuted in other countries - has been given all possible protection in Norway, and one can easily ask why the authorities have bothered to equip one of the continent's rotten apples with a thick layer of Teflon of the very best quality.

Without Eldring's explanations, the prosecution of Olav would have been dismissed as not a criminal offense. A real investigation of Eldring would have pulverized Økokrim's case against Olav, and put Eldring on the bench. A real investigation of the relationship between Eldring and Økokrim would have placed Eldring and two Økokrim state attorneys on the bench. Cappelen and his right hand; Pål Gruben, were also used in Økokrim's persecution of Olav. In light of these persons' affiliation with the Norwegian drug and money laundering activities, and their immunity (including state protection against any offense that could shake their credibility), it has consequently been important to look more closely at these characters, and their affiliation with the prosecution and its other matters.

The letter - which was also sent to a number of other relevant institutions, including the Jensen jury by the chairman - explains the fact that the police, the prosecution, the lawyers, and the judges seek to cover up, namely; specific Swiss-registered banks and the banker Hans Olav Eldring's central roles related to international drug and money laundering activities. Furthermore, the background of the Norwegian drug and money laundering policy in Norway is explained. In this game, Cappelen is considered a small and insignificant piece.

The letter names the banks involved, the banker, as well as one of the prosecution's allegedly most important provocateurs; The Crown Prince. The incompatible roles of the defense lawyers in this and similar cases are also explained. Furthermore, it is explained how the purchase and import of drugs as well as money laundering of drug profits are made possible by the use of named Norwegian financial celebrities' hidden fortunes in e.g. Swiss banks, managed by Eldring. Finally - which is the most important from a legal security point of view - lines are drawn between criminal proceedings in drug and money laundering cases, and corruption of other and seemingly unrelated legal proceedings, such as the trial against Olav.

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My recommendation is that each and every one of you - if you feel like it - contact the Attorney General and Judge Heyerdahl and ask them to ensure that the main hearing in the Jensen case is resumed, this as a result of key elements not being taken involved in the case, and I am referring in particular to Eldring, his money laundering operations and the Swiss-registered banks' central role in Norwegian and international drug and money laundering activities.

Furthermore, a request should be sent to the Storting to initiate an investigation into the police and the prosecution's involvement in Norwegian drug and money laundering activities, where a large number of people have been wrongly prosecuted and convicted after being tricked into the police's illegal provocation traps. The government is obviously not fit to initiate such work, and reference is then made to the fact that the notified investigation (which appeared after Jensen had been convicted in the district court) was withdrawn just days before the appeal was to begin in Borgarting Court of Appeal, which can only be due to the fact that the Solberg government allowed itself to be corrupted to keep its fingers away from the police and the prosecution's "scheme".

Jensen has hardly done anything wrong. Or to put it a little more precisely: The work Jensen has been prosecuted for, has been done according to instructions and at least in accordance with established practice. He has worked in a thoroughly corrupt system that as of today we have barely seen the surface of, and which Jensen's superiors (those who actually pull the strings) want to remain covered. In isolation, Jensen has not done anything wrong - he has only done his job. The activity of which Jensen was a part, on the other hand, is of an obvious criminal nature, and in that sense, there are completely different people who should have sat on the bench, for completely different circumstances.

By following this link: NarkoNorge and Norsk Process, you can read the entire letter, as well as all attachments to the letter.

Happy reading!

Herman J Berge
In Exile

The introduction to NarkoNorge and Norsk Process , was first published on 01.02.2019  on the website of the lawyer Herman J. Berge.
The case is published on Monsanto.NO with permission from Berge.
A photo of money for drying, with the text "Professional money laundering OkKrim", has been added by Tore B. Krudtaa.

Editor's note:
In the introduction to NarkoNorge and Norsk Process, written by the lawyer Herman J. Berge - as well as in the letter to the Prime Minister's office from Hans Eirik Olav, a number of strong allegations are made against various public bodies, individuals, and others. Based on available information, it is not unreasonable to assume that the claims made by Berge and Olav - may in fact be correct. The crux of the case regarding the verdict against Hans Eirik Olav is that Olav has been convicted after all the sun marks for a matter that is not punishable, and for a matter for which he should never have been charged. The obvious reason why the verdict against Hans Eirik Olav is a murder of justice is easily explained by Olav himself in the letter to SMK:

Excerpt from Hans Eirik Olav's letter to SMK - NarkoNorge and Norsk Process Illuminated by the Cappelen / Jensen case and the Thule case :
the auditor and the general meeting approved the payment, and the trustee has not attacked the payment to have it reversed. The case thus relates to Olav being punished for a matter that is in full compliance with company law legislation ... "

I also recommend that people listen to what Hans Eirik Olav has to say about the murder he is the victim of - in these videos:

Hans Eirik Olav - Victim of murder in Norway

Thule drilling - the unplugged story

** Eirik Jensen believes he was convicted because no one in the court system has checked Cappelen's claims

Dagbladet - Gunnar Hultgreen - Published Friday 14 August 2020

- We taught Cappelen to lie

Together with lawyers John Christian Elden, Sidsel Katralen, and Farid Bouras, Eirik Jensen is fighting to get the Supreme Court to overturn the sentence of 21 years in prison.

- Courts have twice stated that Gjermund Cappelen has no credibility. But now the court suddenly believes in him, Jensen says.

- Everything that can go wrong has gone wrong for the police and prosecutors. From the inexperienced police officers from Asker and Bærum, Gjermund Cappelen was questioned in Ila prison for the first time, until the Attorney General should have assessed the evidence, Eirik Jensen claims to Dagbladet.

Eirik Jensen believes the case against him is parallel to the NAV cases, where a number of Norwegians were sentenced to prison.

- In the NAV cases, the allegations from NAV were taken as a fact, even though they were not facts. No one checked the facts, and the courts ruled as NAV claimed. The same thing has happened to me. I have been convicted of Cappelen's explanations, without the allegations having been checked, Jensen believes.

Eirik Jensen: - I struggle really hard

The former police chief describes the investigation and the trials against him as a lawsuit full of consequential errors.

- It begins with two investigators from Asker and Bærum police districts interrogating Cappelen. None of them have competence or experience in informant processing. Cappelen quickly understands where the police want to go. What happens is that Cappelen makes demands, and the police give in. This is how Cappelen gets control over the interrogations, Jensen says.

- Did not check the facts

Eirik Jensen tells Dagbladet that he and a colleague - who now works in a central position in the Police Directorate - trained Gjermund Cappelen to lie.

- Cappelen was our informant. We taught him to lie. When you are a police informant, you must always have several alternative stories so that you are not exposed to other criminals.

Must be protected in prison

- What do you think happened in the relationship between the police who investigated you and Cappelen?

- He understands where the investigators want. This is how he gets the upper hand. At the same time, the police take what Cappelen claims for "good fish". The information is never checked or checked. Which is absolutely fundamental in any police investigation. Only after several interrogations does Cappelen come with my name. Then he has received promises and the upper hand, says Eirik Jensen.

- You can not believe that the police, the public prosecutors, and the Attorney General have taken what Cappelen has explained as truth, without following the information?

THE JUDGMENT: Lawyers Benedict de Vibe and Gjermund Cappelen believe everyone should read the verdict against Eirik Jensen.  - Then you understand why he was convicted, they say Vibe.  Photo: Nina Hansen / DAGBLADET
THE JUDGMENT: Lawyers Benedict de Vibe and Gjermund Cappelen believe everyone should read the verdict against Eirik Jensen. - Then you understand why he was convicted, they say Vibe. Photo: Nina Hansen / DAGBLADET

- That's exactly what I mean! My lawyers have asked for the report from the investigation, which documents that the allegations have been verified. We have always been denied that. It can not be understood in any other way than that the claims from Cappelen have never been followed up, Jensen says.

"Read the judgments"

Lawyer Benedict de Vibe, who represents Gjermund Cappelen, does not want to enter into a discussion with Eirik Jensen about the verdict. But says on behalf of the client:

- Just read the verdict, then you understand why Eirik Jensen has been sentenced to 21 years in prison.

Do not receive the documents

Jensen and his lawyers are trying to get the police to hand over the reports which show that Cappelen's explanations have been followed up.

Talks about the day of terror

- We do not think there is such an activity log. Had it existed, we would have received the reports. I have repeatedly asked for the documents that are supposed to document that the police have done their job, Jensen says.

- I have been convicted of 21 drug imports. The timeline shows that it can not vote. I did not have contact with Jensen at those times. Nevertheless, the court believes in Cappelen's explanations, Jensen says.

"Invisible Spirit"

- The prosecutor said in court that there was no activity log in this case, and that only the individual police reports showed what had been done and when. This complicates the work of compliance, says lawyer John Christian Elden.

SUPREME COURT: Eirik Jensen and his lawyer, John Christian Elden, now trust that the Supreme Court will overturn the verdict.  Photo: Nina Hansen / DAGBLADET
SUPREME COURT: Eirik Jensen and his lawyer, John Christian Elden, now trust that the Supreme Court will overturn the verdict. Photo: Nina Hansen / DAGBLADET

- The biggest problem for the judicial system as this judgment from the Court of Appeal is designed, is that it does not describe any concrete participation from Jensen to a single import of drugs. The Borgarting Court of Appeal believes Jensen has hovered over it all like an invisible spirit. It will be a challenge for the Supreme Court, says Elden to Dagbladet.

Jensen believes that the relationship between the prosecuting authority and the courts is too close, and believes that it is both a democratic and legal security problem.

Notifying the Special Unit

He has now reported four people associated with the Special Unit for Gross Misconduct in the service and hopes that the Supreme Court will overturn the sentence of 21 years in prison.

The Office of the Attorney General does not wish to comment on Eirik Jensen's accusations.

- We do not comment on criminal cases that are under court proceedings, says communications adviser Mie Skarpaas at the Attorney General.

- With regard to Jensen's review, we are awaiting the Supreme Court's processing of the appeal before a decision is made on the further follow-up of the review, Skarpaas says.

Calling for proof

Defender Farid Bouras, who is now working with lawyers John Christian Elden and Sidsel Katralen to have the verdict overturned, is very critical of the verdict.

- ALLEGATIONS: - Eirik Jensen has been convicted on allegations from Gjermund Cappelen, not evidence, says defense attorney Farid Bouras.  Photo: Bjørn Langsem / Dagbladet
- ALLEGATIONS: - Eirik Jensen has been convicted on allegations from Gjermund Cappelen, not evidence, says defense attorney Farid Bouras. Photo: Bjørn Langsem / Dagbladet

- It is a crossroads that Eirik Jensen has been sentenced to the law's most severe punishment - 21 years in prison - without proper evidence. He is convicted of a famous criminal's imaginative explanations. There is no evidence, only allegations, says defense attorney Farid Bouras.

- The judgment is a commissioned work


- The judgment is a commissioned work

Note. As a double agent, there is always a danger of pushing down the wrong side of the fence to protect others who do not have clean flour in the bag or did not do their job.

Several of the top police investigators, as well as judges in the case, are Freemasons, all cohorts of the Deep State/WEF.



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WHO and WHAT is behind it all? : >

The bottom line is for the people to regain their original, moral principles, which have intentionally been watered out over the past generations by our press, TV, and other media owned by the Illuminati/Bilderberger Group, corrupting our morals by making misbehavior acceptable to our society. Only in this way shall we conquer this oncoming wave of evil.

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