The witnesses, who are now talking about the act of the public prosecutor, uncover a tough power game by certain FPÖ top politicians: “It was no longer just about getting rid of a political competitor within the party. With these invented advertisements, which were found in two computer files on Hans-Jörg Jenewein’s PC, the livelihoods of other FPÖ politicians were to be destroyed. The crazy allegations should put decent people in prison and ruin families,” a party insider told eXXpress.
Apparently someone as an informant for a “press” article wanted to put the wrong track on it: It was never about Hans-Jörg Jenewein’s (48) mobile phone, but about two PC files. They were created in March 2021, then edited again and again – until the computer was then confiscated during a house search at Jenewein in September 2021.
A month later, the ads are said to have been handed over to a certain employee of the public prosecutor’s office: It is said to be the “best of” the already known allegations against FPÖ politicians – they are all with the Vienna regional group (which should not be a coincidence).
The PC files for the ad railed against a club construct that allegedly, according to the gazette, could have been used to secretly pay officials – in the millions.
In addition, there are allegations that there was no official decision to invest the gold stock in East Tyrol – which, according to the party statutes, was not even necessary: As is well known, the FPÖ leadership in the East Tyrolean Pension Enzian in Defereggental in the vault room has gold bars allegedly worth 600,000 euros bunkered.
When the secret gold storage was leaked to the media in November 2019, five months after the few Ibiza video snippets appeared, political opponents gloated over the “nest egg in the FPÖ Alpine fortress”.
And Heinz-Christian Strache is also charged again in this letter to the public prosecutor’s office: his rent subsidy was never approved by the FPÖ board. Strache said months ago that such a decision would never have been necessary.