HUMAN RIGHTS COMPLAINT TO THE EUROPEAN COURT OF HUMAN RIGHTS
Wilhelm Werner Winther (Norway) Date:
Oct. 01, 2011
The Kingdom of Norway
STATEMENT OF CASE
During September and October 2010 the plaintiff received a huge number of severely threatening and explicitly morbid telephone calls and SMS-missivesfrom an unknown man called Geir Ove SKARBØ.Mr. Skarbø turned out to be a notorious psychopath and rascal born in 1950 whohad moved from NO-Brattvåg to NO-Hamar seve
ral years ago most likely
because of the befittingly bad reputation he had incurred in his native district.The plaintiff had never had any kind of contact with Mr. Skarbø beforehand, andthe recurrent threats to kill and injure the complainant lacked rational foundat-ion. Mr. Skarbø and some of his disgustingly perverted/alcoholized accompliceswas repeatedly observed in
private garden and elsewhere rightoutside his house in Åsen 4 (Brattvåg) by night
, and their general behavior
particularly the rabid and totally inappropriate threats from Mr. Skarbø himself
was clearly psychopathological.
On Oct. 30, 2010, the plaintiff visited the sheriff office in NO-Brattvåg and sub-mitted a formal complaint against Mr. Geir Ove Skarbø and one of his sons, thealcoholic Tommy SKARBØ (b 1970)
. The sheriff‘s officer
Mr. Ole IvarNYBØ
didn‘t record corresponding testimony and evidence as mandated by
law (cf. the
Norwegian Criminal Procedure Act sec 223), and his demeanor by and large gave
a sense of gross dishonesty, cannabis adherence and crimi-nal predisposition.In any case copies of all SMS-missives from Mr. Geir Ove Skarbø was formallyhanded over to Mr. Nybø, and he received a rather detailed oral account of thevarious threats launched. Mr.
Nybø was also
time and again
Mr. Geir Ove Skarbø and his son Tommy was expected to make an attempt on
the plaintiff‘s life in the near future, and by reason of that should be apprehend
-ed and locked up without undue delay.Though Mr.
Nybø initially and
hat none outsidethe police force should be informed about Mr.
Geir Ove Skarbø‘s threats, the
complainant arranged a meeting with the local Chief Municipal Social WelfareOfficer a few minutes after leaving the sheriff office. The Chief MunicipalWelfare Officer was shown the SMS threats Mr. Skarbø had sent to the plain-