Baxter harrasses Croatian film crew over successful documentary about vaccine contamination in Orth an der Donau
Three members of a Croatian film crew that filmed Baxter’s facilities in Austria for a documentary shown on Croatian mainstream TV have been visited by the police in Croatia following a complaint by Baxter.
Danka Derifaj from Novoj TV and two camera men were questioned by a Croatian policeman after Baxter complained to the Austrian authorities about the fact that we were filming outside Baxter’s facility for a documentary on the contamination of 72 kilos of vaccine material with the live bird flu virus supplied by WHO – an incident that is being investigated by the Austrian police.
Because Baxter has to adhere to biosafety level 3 regulations when handling the live bird flu virus, the contamination and distribution of 72 kilos of vaccine material was almost certain deliberate. By this action, Baxter nearly triggered a global bird flu pandemic this February.
During the filming, a Baxter security guard came up, instructed us to leave, blocked the camera physically with his hand, made menacing guestures, and photographed us and the car number plates.
Baxter security guards also harassed me when I went to film at the facility with two people from Grenz TV earlier this summer. Thomas Pfeiffer and Markus Wolf from Grenz TV dropped out of the project shortly afterwards, maintaining they were too frightened to continue…
On that occasion, a Baxter employer admitted that the car park where we were filming was public land, but continued to harrass us even though by law people are allowed to stand and also to film on public ground.
In spite of the fact that no law had been broken, Baxter called the police to track myself and the Croatian film crew down as we were sitting drinking a cup of coffee in a cafe in Orth an der Donau after filming outside the facility last week.
Police circled the car and took down details.
Danka and I went to the police station a block away from the cafe to ask if there was a problem and were assured by a policemen that Baxter had complained about our presence at the site but that there was no problem as we had broken no law.
Recently, the head of the Austrian unit for protecting the constitution and fighting terrorism, where I was interviewed concerning Baxter, was forced to resign from his position in a reshuffle of top police jobs that saw a policeman, who worked for globalist Frank Stronach while he was on suspension for warning a brothel keeper about an impending police raid, take over the Vienna unit investigating organised crime.
The documentary on the Baxter incident was aired on Croatian TV last week and received good reviews.
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