Helmut Pichler or why Graz prosecutors are delaying the investigation

In Graz, Austria: 35St 218 – 21 X, Prosecutors open the case, postpone the investigation, and then declare that no further investigation is warranted.

Initiates a criminal investigation but moves slowly and prolongs the stalemate. 29/22p 26St

The Graz Prosecutor’s Office appears to have violated Article 302 of the Criminal Code, and the prosecutors will be held liable as well.

For example, in the case of Heinz-Christian Strache, the Vienna public prosecutor’s office moved quickly to investigate and bring the case to trial.

According to the lawyers today, the Graz Public Prosecutor’s Office will investigate, and subsequently, the Vienna Public Prosecutor’s Office will take up the case.

As a result, all offenses committed in Bad Waltersdorf will be investigated by the public prosecutor’s office in Vienna or another Austrian state.

In Bad Waltersdorf, there are more than ten egregious crimes. The bulk of these examples includes misuse of power, corruption, or fraud somehow.

Since the issue erupted, more than a hundred articles claiming unlawful activities in Bad Waltersdorf have surfaced worldwide.

As a result of the investigation being performed by the media, many more tales will be released.

According to an informed source, the mayor of Bad Waltersdorf, Josef Hauptmann, is concerned that criminal investigations will be transferred from the public prosecutor’s office in the Harz to the public prosecutor’s office in Vienna or another federal state of Austria (who does not wish to be identified). Article 302 of Austria’s penal code allows for a punishment of up to ten years in prison in Vienna or any other Austrian city. Even with all of the forbearance, it would take more than ten years to complete all of the offenses.

The attorneys for Josef Hauptmann, Helmut Pichler, and Christian Neuhold advise resignation, confession, and repentance. As a result, according to analysts, the court is likely to impose suspended sentences. It will assist you in staying out of trouble and avoiding costly fines. According to experts, more than a million Euros have already been lost to investors due to crimes committed under Article 302 of the Criminal Code. According to the law, all wrongdoers must pay for the damages they have caused.

According to Section 302 of the Austrian Criminal Code, public officials who “knowingly abuse their authority to conduct official business on behalf of the Federation,” a Land, an Association of Municipalities, a Municipality, or another person under public law as its body to harm another’s rights shall be punished by imprisonment for six months to five years.”

(2) Those who commit the offense while on official business with a foreign country or a supranational or intergovernmental body face prison sentences ranging from one to ten years. A person will be prosecuted if their acts produce more than 50,000 euros in harm.

The rules of Part 2 apply because the damages and losses exceed 50,000 euros, resulting in a prison sentence of up to ten years.

We’ll keep an eye on how the inquiry into the case progresses.