Hans-Jörg Jenewein, a well-known FPÖ player, has already been outed. Likewise Neos MP Helmut Brandstätter. They were in close contact with a man whose chats can probably get other Austrians into serious trouble: Egisto O. was an anti-constitutional officer, an Austrian 007 without a license to kill. With his group, he apparently managed to “shake the state”. At least that’s how the current detective chief puts it.
After the Ibiza video was released, his “Soko Tape” became the target of a campaign. With anonymous complaints to the WKStA mood was made against the investigators. Today’s BKA boss Holzer even had to answer questions before the U.Committee.
Another name that pops up frequently in the chats: blogger and e-politician Peter Pilz. Chat logs between a suspicious network in the BVT and Pilz must be checked for their criminal relevance, therefore demands ÖVP Secretary General Laura Sachslehner.
“According to a media report, after the terrorist attack in Vienna, Pilz is said to have asked his contact at BVT, who is being investigated at full speed due to numerous allegations, for confidential information about the assassin. This raises the question of how deeply Peter Pilz was involved in the machinations of the Office for the Protection of the Constitution, and whether Pilz used his close contact with the suspicious BVT network to pass on top-secret information from the Office for the Protection of the Constitution to his party blog.