1297 MEMORABLE QUOTES
Faced with the biggest scandal – devoid of brakes – that the Principality of Monaco has known since 1297, BIMCAM shall here below publish on a rolling basis and with a numbering in bulk some memorable quotes linked to The Staples, marker pen and IT-bug Affair.
The above mentioned affair having been resolved (anno 2012), a new one hence emerges, as a direct consequence. It has by BIMCAM officially been named “Club 137”.
The numbers within brackets pertain to the topics in the left margin
1297.- “We are all, regardless of our level of responsibility, the craftsmen of the prosperity of Monaco which, in evidence, cannot be obtained without effort, not more today than yesterday. This prosperity leans for a great part on the climate of security of people and their personal properties. I want this to be one of our major assets.”
H.S.H. Prince Albert II of Monaco during his installation speech. BIMCAM’s own translation, as are all on this website. BIMCAM agrees fully with the abovementioned speech.
1296.- “Monaco will take lessons from nobody!”
Late Minister of State Jean-Paul PROUST, whose lawyer (Pastor-Bensa) was David Fristedt’s and the swindler’s lawyer..
1295.- “When one speaks to me about Human Rights, it nauseates me!”
Former, former (2012) Chief Prosecutor of Monaco Annie BRUNET-FUSTER, second in line in the Affair, while at the Palais de Justice, Monaco, before departing for Nouméa, New Caledonia, thrice the distance to the island of Saint Helena.
1294.- “If Your client and her son continue to dig into this, they run the risk of becoming persona non grata in Monaco.”
Note from a Monegasque lawyer to the counsel of the main victim, fall 2004, while she was being refused access to her own apartment and to her belongings, such as her private internet access bank codes. However, her son had by then already left Monaco for good.
1293.- “ HERE ONE HAS COMMITTED NO ERRORS !”
Bailiff Marie-Thérèse ESCAUT-MARQUET, screaming to Mister David Fristedt, when he called her from Sweden during the ongoing burglary of his mother’s apartment in order for him to ask some legitimate, urgent questions. Her words were pronounced just before her hanging up on him, in spite of her office having then deprived her victim of her cardiac medication, a condition known by the sleeping partner, the since convicted swindler (in another affair, despite warnings), who acted with her husband, Didier ESCAUT, then IPA member (13). Criminals being actively protected to no avail by Councillor for the Monegasque Crown and Swedish consul Patricia Husson.
1292.- “The safety is everyone’s concern !”
The Director of Public Safety André Muhlberger (Monaco Hebdo nr 591, 24-30 January 2008). This rings false in view of document 22 (5) in the filed criminal complaint of 6th of June 2011 to the fourth Chief Prosecutor of Monaco in the Affair (10).
1291.- “I have thus, in my life, also been a pimp…”
This is what a former bank director in Monaco says… Indeed, these are the words of he who was H.S.H. Prince Albert’s mentor in economics from the beginning. The author of these lines for sale admits never ever having understood the science of economics whatsoever, apart from that consisting in luring money out of widows in Monte-Carlo, according to his own words:
“During the night, around the gambling tables, there were women who tried to act as clients, but whose profession was evident. With no further delay, I called on one for me:
– Are you into the profession?
– But of course, I know it. Do you know your workmates within the lounges?
-Yes, says she to me, embarrassed, red and confused.
-So find me all of you within the hour in […]’s office.
I saw a dozen gals arriving… “Ladies, this is not the Promenade des Anglais, nor the Bois de Boulogne, so be direct with me. Do your job as in the past, I am fine with that, but do it with “classe (style, BIMCAM’s note)”, and discretion, please. You will remain here only if we are accomplices. Any a new arrival has to be known by me, and any a weird thing has to be reported to me. This is the condition for my continuing to protect you and to admit you”.
These gals became my eyes and my ears… ‘Cause, one has to admit, a casino is no convent. I have thus, in my life, also been a pimp.”
See also the ecological impact in terms of tuna fish protection, one which the author describes himself eating only through cans and only that, amidst financial schemes ad hoc.
«Je me suis bien amusé» [I had a lot of fun], Jacques Seydoux de Clausonne, bought at FNAC, in Monaco.http://www.decitre.fr/livres/Je-me-suis-bien-amuse.aspx/9782352510437 . BIMCAM moreover sits on another edition by Editor J.S.C., one devoid of ISBN-number.
1290.- “- does not visit gambling establishments;”
The swindler’s probation (still ongoing, June 2012) included the banishment from gambling establishments. Judgment of 22nd of September 2009 (4).
1289.- “[…] it is only a matter of changing some hundred articles in light of what is really needed.”
Philippe NARMINO, on the obligations for Monaco towards the European Council within Monaco’s failing commitments regarding Human Rights, and the respect of the ECHR’s case law, speaking of the necessary reforms of the Monegasque Criminal Code of procedure. Monaco Hebdo #728. Depending on how one may count, a hundred articles represent no less than a solid fifth of the Code put into question. http://www.monacohebdo.mc/4154-les-affaires-financieres-nont-pas-disparu
1288.- “And this DRENO, does he have any title?”
(”Och den här DRENO, har han någon titel?”) Swedish police, fooled by Patricia Husson, Narmino and co-actors / accomplices, once again, in a recorded interview in two exemplars with Mr David Fristedt on the 4th of November 2011. Crucial evidence in the ongoing crimes.
1287.- “See you back in the Principality!”
These are the last written words signed wedding witness Baron Jean-Léonard Taubert Natta de Massy to Mr David Fristedt.
1286.- “The present is being written to You in a haste, on a day of mourning, H.S.H. Prince Rainier III having died this morning.”
This is what David Fristedt wrote to the Court registrar Mr Thierry DALMASSO, who was asked to join as a civil party. This is also the first time that Mr Fristedt baptizes the Affair: The Staples, marker pen and IT-bug-Affair. The desperation of the guilty made it impossible for the victims and the honest to mourn in peace, whereas this quick four pages letter was to become attachment nr 1 of the complaint of the 6th of June 2011 (Swedish national day) to the fourth Chief prosecutor of the Affair Mr Jean-Pierre DRENO (10). Seven years later, Patricia Husson forces Mr Fristedt to disturb His Majesty the King of Sweden’s lawyer on the very Swedish national day (2012). Mr Fristedt’s words of warning, two years earlier, “I hope to be able to communicate again with the Swedish Consulate in Monaco, without having to bother His Majesty” (8) were obviously not productive enough.
1285.- “I am no diplomat !”
The incriminated Patricia HUSSON (8), speaking to Mr Fristedt’s mother, when said incriminated individual took possession of (stole) the swindler’s judgement (4 and 8), on Monegasque soil. Indeed, the Court refused to hand it out. The judgement fails to tell the Lebanese nationality of the swindler, note to the president of the Association des Consuls Honoraires de Monaco, a Lebanese (8 & 12).
1284.- “I am no consul !”
The incriminated Patricia HUSSON (8), on the phone with David Fristedt, in the presence of witnesses, when he congratulated her for having managed to become councillor to the Crown in Monaco. On the 4th of November 2011, Mr Fristedt had the Swedish police take notice of the possibility of the existence of an eventual sarcasm within said congratulations.
1283.- “I kindly ask you to see to my getting a copy of the decision containing prohibition for myself and my children to access the apartment of which I am the tenant, as well as any decision defending me to get back my belongings.”
Letter from Mr David Fristedt’s mother to then president of the court of first instance Philippe Narmino, just after and during the burglary. For the reply, see quote #1282.
1282.- “He [Narmino] has asked me to let you know that he is not authorized to reply to it.”
Reply signed by an anonymous court clerk identified as Thierry Dalmasso (mentioned under quote #1286). Encl. nr 57 of the Supreme Court in which the testimony of Narmino was refused and of which one of the judges was nominated – through means of this very Narmino – Minister of State (Michel Roger) (12 and 13).
Reminder: it is Narmino’s Court that gave away the apartment (13), hence his title as “responsible nr 1” (3) in what since then became an officially State-sanctioned burglary.
1281.- “[…] in order for a fire to occur, one needs three elements: oxygen, heat, and a combustible matter. But […] in order to get something explosive, one needs Narmino, Husson and the truth. The press being free in Sweden, truth will indeed explode.”
Criminal complaint of 7 December 2011 against notably Husson and Narmino (8).
1280.- “Burglary In Monaco, Cambriolage A Monaco.”
David Fristedt explaining to the Swedish Police, on the 4th of November 2011, the acronym of BIMCAM, which is the name of this web-based publication. Officialized on the 30th of November 2012 by instruction judge Loïc Malbrancke through official stamps, hence its publication here (8).
1279.- “I would like to stress that in no way do I have the possibility to decide on David’s website”
David Fristedt’s mother, in her first official letter to Loïc MALBRANCKE (8).
1278.- “A delayed justice is a refused justice”
The fourth chief prosecutor in the Affair Jean-Pierre DRENO, during the opening of the judicial year 2012-2013, quoted by Monaco Hebdo. BIMCAM couldn’t agree more, and is still awaiting DRENO’s action.
1277.- “The insecurity is of general concern”, observes the minister of State, Michel Roger . “Here, it is also against the feeling of security that we must fight.”
L’Express, 10th of July 2010. Here are the results of such policy:
Anyone who lives in Monaco (2013), even in a building with a concierge and / or security guards is at the mercy of Monaco’s State-sanctioned burglaries. Most people have a second key at the guarded concierge / reception, not least in terms of fire emergencies, when the residents are away, avoiding for the fire department to break in doors through means of axes or the like.
A security guard had a copy made of the key to a couple of residents’ apartment in Monaco. The guard used it to get into the apartment. The owners of the apartment had just left, indicating an appropriate time to enter (criminal intent and stalking). However, the wife returned, having forgotten some personal belongings. Said owner had the shocking surprise to be confronted in her own Monegasque home with a stranger, the agent. In court the “defender” stated not least the following: “I wanted to use their fax since I had planned to offer my wife a coffee machine. I was waiting for a company to send me their list of its latest products by fax. Had I done it through the Internet, my wife would have known about the purchase”.
In the end, no fax was ever received.
Let us not be fooled: for anyone to get away with such a crime, in MONACO, it has to be State-sanctioned. No one would dare to face many years in jail safe for having the “Carte blanche” à la LEX GAMBARINI. The verdict speaks for itself: 15 [fifteen] days suspended jail sentence and a single euro to pay in damages. Add to this that the Monegasque Legislator considers it an aggravating circumstance when the culprit is a security guard, i.e. a trusted person.
Example of costs: The average lawyer in Monaco charges (or did) 400,00€ [four hundred] per hour. It is not unusual for a Monegasque lawyer to charge 3.000,00€ to open a case, and it is a new policy of the court to summon the plaintiff and his or her lawyer at 0900 AM only to take any a matter up by the end of the day. With an hourly rate of 400€, claiming your rights as a plaintiff can cost some 3.200,00€ in waiting fees, added to the starting fee of 3.000,00€. So in this example, the bill amounts to 6.199,00€, maybe for ten minutes work in court. Indeed, in Monaco, the victim has to pay for its own lawyer even if it has won a case. BIMCAM has Narmino’s very own related signature of such procedures if need be.
Reminder to anyone wishing to appeal: Gambarini is currently first president of the Court of appeal.
Some lawyers (barristers and solicitors) work for the State AND their private clients in the same cases (10). For the record, H.S.H. Prince Albert II has a French lawyer. Not very flattering for the Monegasque bar…
Investors take note: one euro [1€] is what your security and privacy is worth in today’s Monaco. BIMCAM has given chief prosecutor Mr Jean-Pierre DRENO all the legal tools to remedy to this situation in accordance with H.S.H. Prince Albert II’s words (see quote 1297, above).
1276.- “In no way do I engage in any argument with the criminals at stake.”
Mr David Fristedt in his criminal complaint of 29 April 2005 (11).
1275.- “I do of course distance myself from any a negotiation with criminals”
His Majesty the King Carl XVI Gustaf of Sweden, in writing to the Swedish main press, quoted by His press spokesman, anno 2011. BIMCAM’s translation of the original: ”Jag tar självklart avstånd från all form av förhandling med kriminella”
1274.- “The Palais de Justice in Monaco has stated that they do not inform about when a trial occurs. It is part of a confidential information.”
The Swedish Embassy in Paris, 12th of February 2013.
1273.- BIMCAM wishes all of Monaco’s prisoners of concience as well as to the Monegasques that have had to flee for their lives a better year 2015.
1272.- “Reportrar utan gränser får en miljon kronor av Björn Ulvaeus för att intensifiera sitt arbete mot kränkningar av yttrandefriheten. Organisationen har i ett flertal rapporter konstaterat att hoten mot press- och yttrandefrihet har ökat dramatiskt de senaste åren, samtidigt som stödet från institutionella givare har minskat.
-De står upp för det fria ordet, reportrarna utan gränser, ofta med fara för eget liv och de påminner oss ständigt om hur dyrbar och omistlig yttrandefriheten är. Deras arbete är alltid lika viktigt och det vill jag stödja, säger Björn Ulvaeus.”
BIMCAM’s translation: “Reporters without borders receives one million crowns by Björn Ulvaeus in order for it to intensify its work against violations of the freedom of expression. In several reports, the organization has established that the threats against the liberties of the press and of expression have increased dramatically in recent years, amidst a decrease in support from institutional donators.
-Reporters without borders stand up for the free word, often risking their lives in doing so and they constantly remind us of how precious and indispensable the freedom of expression is. Their work is always ever so important, and one I want to support, says Björn Ulvaeus.”