Correspondence with the Office of the Seimas Ombudsman

Attached is correspondence with the Office of the Seimas Ombudsman. This contains four documents:

  1. English language translation of my letter dated October 31, 2017.
  2. Ombudsman response translated into English.
  3. Original letter in Lithuanian – #1 above.
  4. Original letter in Lithuanian – #2 above.

The Lithuanian Government sponsors an active disinformation campaign. Here is recent correspondence drawing the Ombudsman’s attention to this ongoing issue.
As they have paid no attention to this issue for the past many years, I expect no attention to be paid this time either.
The purpose of my efforts are to document that people of conscience stood up for truth, and that future generations of Lithuanians will not be able to say “we didn’t know”.

Office of the Seimas Ombudsman

 

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Correspondence with the Lithuanian Parliament

Attached is correspondence with the Speaker of the Parliament of Lithuania. This contains four documents:

  1. English language translation of my letter dated October 31, 2017.
  2. Parliamentary response translated into English.
  3. Original letter in Lithuanian – #1 above.
  4. Original letter in Lithuanian – #2 above.

Seimas – Parliament of Lithuania correspondence

 

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Letter to President Grybauskaite

On November 14, 2017, my lawyers submitted the attached letter to President Grybauskaite.
An English language translation is first, the original in Lithuanian language follows.

I have no expectation of truth from the Lithuanian Government, my objective in issuing these letters is to record that the Government was fully aware of the situation, and is protecting those perpetrating these issues.

This record is created for future generations of Lithuanians.

President Grybauskaite Nov 14 2017

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Genocide Center response

The Mission of the Lithuanian Genocide Center is to investigate the Nazi occupation and related crimes in Lithuania. On August 11, 2017, I inquired of the Lithuanian Genocide Center if they considered the LNP a criminal entity.

The original inquiry is here: https://ggochin.wordpress.com/2017/08/11/genocide-center-inquiry-august-11-2017/

Ms. Burauskaite’s response is dated October 24, 2017 and attached at the bottom of this post.

She states that only Judicial institutions are able to decide on the criminal character of the LNP, and that her Department has not previously examined this question.

She indicates that the LNP was an anti-Semitic party and some of its members that served in Lithuanian Police Battalions have been found guilty of Holocaust crimes. She offers up the example of Simkus, a primary Holocaust perpetrator. This is the most basic information that could be expressed by any 3 year old, not the investigative leader of a Government agency tasked with investigating and reporting on the Lithuanian Genocide of their Jewish population.

Burauskaite then thanks me for the bibliography and states that at some point in the future, perhaps they will investigate the LNP.

This is a dismissive response that abrogates responsibility and again avoids the issues. It is standard fare from Lithuania.

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Heritage Department cases

The Lithuanian Government will not take down monuments for Holocaust perpetrators for moral reasons, so I appealed to the Heritage Department to remove the Noreika monument on aesthetic grounds. They of course declined and so I litigated the case:

My initial appeal was is here:

https://ggochin.wordpress.com/2017/06/06/legal-action-filed-against-heritage-department-may-30-2017/

The lower level court initially ruled against me based on absurd technical reasons. I appealed this declination to the Lithuanian Supreme Administrative Court who agreed with me and overruled the lower Court, returning the case for re-consideration. The very same lower court judge that heard the case the first time, was then re-assigned the case again, and the Judge then created a new technicality in order to re-dismiss the case yet again. It is absurd. This is a ping pong game sending the case back and forth between courts, simply to wear me out and run up my legal bills.

Lower-level Lithuanian courts have historically demonstrated a lack of independence and susceptibility to political pressure. This lower court judge is the prime example of everything that is wrong with the Lithuanian legal system.

The three legal case decisons are posted below, they are so absurd that I could not be bothered to have them translated into English. If anyone wants to read utter legal drivel, have it translated. Lithuanian lower courts are simply an absurdity. This type of judicial nonsense is part of the reason why foreign companies are so reluctant to open businesses in Lithuania.
Heritage Department cases

 

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Testimony by Sheyne Beder

Below is testimony by my cousin, Sonia (Sheyne) Beder.

This testimony forms part of the Koniuchowsky Archive, currently housed at Yad Vashem.
Sonia testimony

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Genocide Center inquiry August 11, 2017

Attached is a request submitted to the Genocide Center on August 11, 2017.
The first two pages are the English language translation of the inquiry.
Please also see the bibliography attached.
The Genocide Center has a history of selecting documents that will satisfy their ideological agenda, and excluding documents they find “inconvenient”. By providing a bibliography, we hope to make it more difficult for this Lithuanian Government Agency to excuse the conduct of Holocaust Perpetrators.
This inquiry will be inconvenient for their narrative, we expect them to do they can to avoid providing a response.

Genocide Center Aug 11 2017

 

 

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