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Συντάχθηκε απο τον/την Χρήστος Μπούμπουλης (Christos Boumpoulis)   
Πέμπτη, 24 Νοέμβριος 2016 10:18
Legal Notice 57
On November 23rd, 2016, at Serbia, the following insident has taken place:
 
The facts.
 
• On November 16, 2016, I entered the borders of F.Y.R.O.M. and exited after, approximately 6 hours. During both of the border's crossing, I used only my National identity card for proving my identity, to the border policemen.
• On November 17, 2016, approximately at 03:30, I crossed the, near to Kumanovo, Serbian borders. The Serbian border policemen accepted my sole National identity card for proving my personal identity and let me in.
• I spend two days at Presevo (17-18/11), two days at Bujanovats (19-20/11), one day at Vranje (21/11), then I left Vranje towards Vladicin Han. During traveling, I was left out of petrol, so, I returned to Vranje and stayed there for two more days (22-23/11).
• During my first day in Serbia, at Marsala Tita street, in Presevo (g.c. 42.30975, 21.64783), I was on a public bench, in a central square of Presevo and I was surfing in the internet. On 14:45, two policemen came to me. They asked for my documents, I gave them my sole National identity card. Then, they inspected the contents of my handbags and they told me that everything was in order. Then, they offered to me some information about travellers' security and finally, they informed me that, according to the Serbian law, if, I was going to stay in Presevo for more than 48 hours, then, I should register myself at a local police station (by SIGNING a filled preprinted form, written in Serbian language)
• On November 23rd, 2016, around 10:15, I visited the waiting room of the Paidagogic department of the local University and by using an electricity outlet, I started working with my laptop computer. Ten minutes later, some people (propably from the University staff) and asked me, if a have asked for someone's permission for entering University. I replyed that as Universities are public institutions open to the public, I thought that, as in the rest of the Europe, a specific permission was not required. Then, they asked for my documents, they kept a note of my name and identity card's number and informed me that, as a standard procedure, they were going to call the police. When the police came, they inspected my documents and told me that, my National identity card was not enough and that, I should have a passport for not having entered illegaly, in Serbia. Then I used, for the first time in Serbia, an old expired passport that I was carrying with me. The policemen, initially, were satisfied, but, then they told me that my picture in my identity card was not similar enough with my picture in my passport and for this reason, I should go to the local police station, for investigations. I asked them whether I was arrested and they replyed that, I was not arrested.
• From the time that I went to the local police station, until my departure, around 21:00, on the same day, I undergone a humiliating procedure during which, my Human Rights were violated and physical violence was exercised on me. During this procedure, no written information was given to me (except, just before departing, one and only, document written in Serbian language, was given to me in order to present it to the border police while leaving from Serbia) and the verbal information I was given was uncertain due to Serbian policemen inadequate English speaking. I was order to empty the content of my personal handbags on a desk, at an office, in the Police station. This contents encluded, my lapt top computer, a USB hard disk, several USB flash memory sticks, my tablet computer, few mobile phones, documents with sensitive private information including passwords and sensitive private photographs of myself and of other persons. A policeman, without my consent, examined the photographs in my camera and activated my lap top computer. When he saw that a password was required for my computer to become activated, he informed me that I was obliged to give him the password and he ordered me to do sow. I refused to give the password claiming that, otherwise, my Human Rights are going to become violated and that, I was not arrested and that no formal accussation was addressed to me. Then I was ordered to leave my belongings to the desk and leave the office. Then, I requested to  to take with me all those personal objects which contained my private information. My request was denyed by the policemen; I insested, and then, physical violence was excersized upon me in order to leave this office. For, approximately, the next thirty minutes, my sensitive personal information remained, forcibly, unattended by me and totally beyond my reach.
• During this procedure, I was treated as a convected criminal (which I am not and which I never was), I was asked, persistently and many times to give my signature on documents written in the Serbian language. In each and every case, with no exception, I avoided to give my signature. I did not gave my signature.
• My legal rights were never announced to me and I was never offered the possibility of having  by my side a lawer as a legal advisor.
• I was ordered to leave Serbia within 24 hours and I was given a document to present while crossing the Serbian borders. On November 24th, 2016, while crossing Serbain border, a border policeman approached me and told me, politely, give me just your National identity card, he put my data in his computer and let me leave.
• I refrain for reveling some aspects of my Human Rights violation, at this insident, as I wish to investigate the propable consequences of those violations and for other reasons.
• My personal smart phone is manifesting eratic behavior, after 23/11/2016.
 
Opinions.
 
As the information that I was given by the policemen was uncertain, due to the policemen's inadequate English speaking, I keep some reservations for the accuracy of the followings:
 
• Initially, I was charged because, within 48 hours after entering Serbian borders (and not after a prolonged staying in a specific city, as I was informed by a policeman, on 17/11/2016, at Presevo) I didn' register myself at any police station. Then, this changed and I was charged because, my passport (which I didn't presented, anywhere, before my arrest and despite the fact that, while entering Serbia, the border police accepted my sole National identity card as adequate formal document for entering Serbia) was expired.
• During my staying at the police station I was continously guarded by policemen. Once, I asked my guard to inform me, when the 48 hours period do starts? At the moment one is crossing the borders, or, at the time one is locating himself in a specific city? He replyed that, he didn't knew the answer and that the correct answer is the one which I could get from the Serbian judge.
• Simingly, I was presented to a Serbian judge who was polite to me and I tryed to prove to him my innocence. He insisted, many times, to give him my signature upon to formal document which were written in Serbian language. In each and every occasion, I avoided to give my signature. I did not gave my signature.
• According to my opinion, all this insident was "peculiar" as, the accussation was changing, volatile and senseless, there was not legal rights announcement, there was not fingerprints and photograph taking, etc. The only two persistent and concurent issues, within all this misstreatment was about: taking my sensitive personal information without my consent and taking my signature. My signature was not given, at all and my sensitive personal information, according to sufficient indications, were taken without my consent, with the only, propable, exception, of the information which I keep in my, password protected, lap top computer. Therefore, it seems to me that, this insident, may constitute a false excuse for getting, my signature and my sensitive personal information, without my consent.
 
Consequences
 
• The Serbian government, from November 23rd, 2016 and afterwards, indefinitely, is legally and moraly, responsible for any, present or future, negative consequenses, upon either myself, or, upon other persons which might be related to the information taken without my consent, caused by any missuage of my sensitive personal information. Namely, for jeopardizing, the life itself, the personal health, the freedom, the material interests, the legal rights, the personal honor and the dignity, etc, of myself and propably of other persons', legaly and moraly responsible is the Serbian government, due to gaining access to my sensitive personal information without my consent.
• This unauthorized access at my sensitive personal information does not, and may not create false legal 'resonable doughts' with regard to other, propable and previously commited, unauthorized access to my sensitive personal information by other illegitimate parties. Namely, I do discriminate between, the information I carried with me in Serbia and the information I keep else where.
 
Supplamental Information
 
• People like myself, who firmly remain, with no exception, lawfull, legitimate, peacefull, non-violent and harmless, we have no other means, for defendind, our own live, our own healths and our own legitimate interest, but, telling the truth and seeking the protection of the law, if necessary.
• According to wikipedia, on 9 May, the Serbian president Tomislav Nikolić met with Russian Ambassador Aleksandr Alekseyev and gave a speech to Parliament in which he advocated making Serbia part of a Belarus-Russia superstate, saying that together they would "stand up against the hegemony of America and the European Union".
• My permanent residence is at the perfecture of Evros, in the region of Thrace, at the northern Greece.
• The Russian Federation is, currently, trying to establish a Russian honorary consulate, located at the perfecture of Evros, at the region of Thrace, at northern Greece. The reserved, for this reason, complex of many buildings, along with the size of the land they occupy and the accounced, by the Russian officials, preparations of this installation corresponds, to a military base.
• According to some indications, two very serious insidents may have been taken place, during the summer of 2012, at Paris, France, against a lawfull, legitimate and innocent Greek dissident. It seems that, the order for realizing both of these insidents may have been originated by one of the U2RITS' governments.
• According to my opinion, the most important, of the very few personal resources, which I possess for coping with the difficulties in life and which I have earned, with too much tears and too much pains, is the ability to feel shame.
 
Christos Boumpoulis

Τελευταία Ενημέρωση στις Σάββατο, 10 Δεκέμβριος 2016 13:24