Friday, February 13, 2009

Oliveira - Brazilian Lawyer Attacked By Neo Nazis in Switzerland

Why do Neo Nazis still exist? Why did they attack a Brazilian Woman (with Twins) in Switzerland?
(Swiss Authorities are NOW claiming this widely circulated media story is fictitious. Who do you trust?)

I have just finished a series of posts to Justice Will Be Served about Nazi Germany and the importance of the UDHR. One of these posts addresses the inhumane experiments of Nazi Doctors during the war. Dr Mengele is well known for having carried out experiments on Twins in Auschwitz (Oświęcim) Concentration Camp. He was never caught and prosecuted. After the war, Brazil gave Dr Mengele sanctuary and refuge for 19 years, until his death in 1979. For more information about Dr Mengele and the Nuremberg Doctors' Trial go to 5NAZI GERMANY - THE DOCTORS & MEDICAL EXPERIMENTS and for 2NAZI GERMANY - EUGENICS, RACIAL PURITY & PERSECUTION.



P.O. lives and works in Dubendorf, Switzerland.

Police are investigating claims by a Brazilian woman that she was attacked with a Stanley Knife in Stettbach train station, Zurich by three skinhead youths sporting Neo Nazi symbols. One of the assailants was described as having a swastika tattooed on the back of his head. They are thought to be members of the extreme right wing political party, which fiercely opposes immigration.

The lawyer was on her way home from work on Monday when she was approached by the men as she was speaking in Portuguese to her mother on a cell phone.

The lawyer's legs and abdomen were slashed with the blade. Her attackers carved 'SVP', the initials of the extreme right wing political party "Schweizerische Volkspartei" (Swiss People's Party), on her legs and belly. (SVP is also the abbreviation for: Go HERE)

In a statement printed in the Brazilian media, the Swiss police said: "Shortly after 7.30pm, a man called Zurich police to ask for help for a woman at the Stettbach train station. On arrival, officers found the 26-year-old Brazilian with superficial cuts on her body. It was possible to recognize letters carved into her skin. The woman said she had been attacked by three men at the station, who kicked her several times and hurt her with a knife. She also said she was pregnant and that she suffered miscarriage in a toilet near the station after the attack. Officers took the woman to the hospital for further enquiries."

The 26-year-old lawyer says she miscarried twins immediately after the attack. But at a news conference on Friday afternoon, Zurich police said she had not been pregnant at the time.

She has now returned to her hometown of Recife, in Brazil, accompanied by her family following the attack.

Even before the independent gynecological and forensic conclusions were released, some Swiss newspapers and politicians had suggested the woman's story might have been made up, like some other alleged attacks. (The list of actual attacks in Europe outweighs the few hoax attacks, to which they refer.)

PICTURE: 5VP OR SVP (A blade could have rounded the S on the Legs, if this was the intended character.)

Brazil has called for a full inquiry into allegations one of its citizens was subjected to a racist attack in Zurich. The Swiss ambassador to Brazil had been summoned by the foreign minister, Celso Amorim, who expressed "deep concern" over a "case with an obvious xenophobic motive".

Oliveira's fiance, investment consultant Marco Trepp (Swiss Citizen), claimed she was still terrified by the attack, which he said occurred only days after she accepted his marriage proposal.

"She's in a post-traumatic phase, scared of everything, especially to walk on the street," Trepp told the Folha de Sao Paulo newspaper. "Last night, she had lots of nightmares. She couldn't sleep well. She woke up sweating, screaming."

The woman's father has blamed Swiss police for dragging their feet on a potentially embarrassing investigation and criticized those who suggested his daughter had lied.

"They're trying to transform the victim into a criminal. This is the tactic of a Nazi militia," Paulo Oliveira told the O Estado de Sao Paulo newspaper.

Swiss Police: Woman May Have Faked Skinhead Attack (Latest) - 13 February 2009 - Associated Press
Doubts Grow Over Skinhead 'Knife Attack' on Brazilian Woman - 13 February 2009 - The Guardian (UK)
Pregnant Brazilian Attacked With Knife by Neo-Nazis in Switzerland - 13 February 2009 - The Telegraph (UK)
Shocking Attack on Brazilian Woman In Switzerland - 13 February 2009 - Associated Press
Brazil Demands Probe into Alleged Racist Attack - 13 February 2009 -


Anonymous said...

She was a blatant liar. The SVP should sue her for defamation.

This is just one incident in a long line of 'racist' hoaxes.

Anonymous said...

Why on earth would anyone want to plant such a story? The fact that this was a Friday 13 story, narrows down the sources.