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Mercedes-Benz Has A Name For A Future That It Will Not Meet: The Case Herbert Heinz Horst Leiduck

A symptom of a general condition of German corporate greed

Mercedes-Benz Has A Name For A Future That It Will Not Meet: The Case Herbert Heinz Horst Leiduck

NEW YORK ( — Mercedes-Benz is a manifestation of German imperialism, of the close nexus between German corporate power and the German-bureaucracy that backs it up, but moral accountability remains outside their mandates, and charges of this devastation are nowhere to be heard in the halls of the fake ever-untrustworthy treacherous German mainstream media. Normally, a corporate name means honor, truth, and reliability, but Mercedes-Benz has a name for a future that it will not meet, a name that tries to evoke something that we cannot understand, and arouses disgust. The scale is breathtaking: The Daimler whistleblower SEC report* regarding past Daimler AG operations was flashed across news sites around the world and became an international symbol of corporate misdeeds. The Daimler whistleblower takes us into some of the big questions: the mutual back scratching between politicians and corporate executives. We detailed the asset freezing which occurred in Monaco, a form of interim or interlocutory injunction which prevents a defendant to an action from dealing with or dissipating its assets so as to frustrate a potential judgment. It is widely recognised in other common law jurisdictions and such orders can be made to have world-wide effect. It is variously construed as part of a court’s inherent jurisdiction to restrain breaches of its process. However, the Daimler scandal and its shocking development in regard to German businessman Herbert Heinz Horst Leiduck. Where were the checks and balances to prevent Daimler’s misdeeds? This is “arrogance and impiety.” The arrogant Daimler AG management replied with typical German arrogance that their opinion would not be changed. But, as for arrogance, if anybody desires to see arrogance in its naked unloveliness, then it’s the behavior of the Daimler AG towards Herbert Heinz Horst Leiduck, who was a brave man. He was a character. He was personally a decent man. It is no wonder that the Daimler whistleblower filed a whistleblower complaint with the Securities and Exchange Commission, accusing the Daimler AG of serious crimes.

Bernd Pischetsrieder

U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) Had Begun An Inquiry of Daimler/ Mercedes-Benz

The accusations amplified the ongoing drama of Mercedes-Benz´s dealing with its past. German businessman Herbert Heinz Horst Leiduck was spending four years in prison even though he was innocent. Who was Mr. Herbert Heinz Horst Leiduck? We had thought of Mr. Herbert Heinz Horst Leiduck in the way that the fake ever-untrustworthy treacherous German mainstream media had described him. Actually, that’s false, but the point is that the German mainstream news media wanted us to believe that Mr. Herbert Heinz Horst Leiduck did something wrong. That was not the case. As already said, Mr. Herbert Heinz Horst Leiduck was a decent man. As already reported here, Mr. Herbert Heinz Horst Leiduck was imprisoned because a large German corporation perverted the course of justice by corrupt means, and despite being a wealthy man, Herbert Heinz Horst Leiduck lost everything and died in abject poverty, and a whole family was destroyed by these events, according to the leaked SEC documents filed against Daimler AG, (which changed its name to Mercedes-Benz Group AG this year). The checks and balances were there to begin with, until they were yanked away by the arrogant Daimler AG management. All of this happened before the time of Ola Källenius and Bernd Pischetsrieder at Mercedes-Benz Group AG. But the root of Ola Källenius and Bernd Pischetsrieder’s troubles is not only their former arrogant Daimler AG management. In a whistleblower complaint first reported by the Rich TVX News Network, on April 29, 1994, Daimler AG applied in Court in Hong Kong ex parte for a mareva injunction, which is a type of interlocutory relief designed to freeze the assets of a defendant pending determination of an action, in a case in which Daimler was the plaintiff and Mr. Herbert Heinz Horst Leiduck and IRC were defendants. As it turned out, Daimler had bribed Magistrate L. Subsequently, Mr. Leiduck’s son and IRC, hired an investigation company, Orbis, whose investigator MM, obtained through interviews with both Mr. F. and Dr. Schulz in 2018, 2019, and 2020, confirmation of the bribery (by the Daimler AG). In particular, on September 12, 2018, MM met with Dr. Schulz in Stuttgart, Germany. Dr. Schulz confirmed that the Croci Report was kept aside and hidden.

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We quote parts of the shocking SEC document:

MM: So you, know that the report was kept aside and hidden and that it was based on improper actions and means?

Schulz: I know about the report and that there was something going on, but I was not involved – as mentioned before my French is not good. It was my colleague who dealt with that.

MM: You mean F.?

Schulz: Yes, but I can’t say more now – all this was not above board. Even the things in Brussels – the whole thing was dodgy. During a meeting on July 19, 2019, also in Stuttgart, when pressed as to whether the bribery of Magistrate L. occurred, he responded, “well yes…yes hmm” and explained in further detail how bribery of that kind worked. Further, on December 16, 2019, MM met in person with Mr. F. in Nice, France. She brought a copy of the Consolidated Points of Claim, a document akin to a U.S. Civil Complaint, filed in the Hong Kong Litigation and showed it to Mr. F. including the allegations of bribery with respect to Magistrate which the investigator specifically referred Mr. F.

Mr. F.  acknowledged the bribery a few statements later:

DF: (referring to the allegations of bribery in the Consolidated Points of Claim) this is correct you know…There was something…this is correct…. There was something with a car, this is correct. But I don’t recall what it was. Look it was “Quantiteé négliable”…It was just a car.

MM: So is it true? Is it correct what is stated in that document?

DF: Yes, it is correct…I have read it before.

MM: You have seen it before? So it is correct what is stated there, I mean that Mr. L. received a car?

DF: Yes, but I can’t remember if he was a judge or prosecutor?

MM: I believe he was a judge of instruction, so it is true?

DF: (Reading again.)

MM: Is it correct what is written there?

DF: Yes correct….

MM: Ok , but just tell me, what is written here is correct? That someone within the Monaco judicial system got a Mercedes like it is described here?

DF: Yes it is true… but I can’t remember the details…. I would tell you, really… I remember that I organized the car… believe it was even paid for by him … or he had a good price, good conditions… there was something like this and he got a car yes. But it was really not important you know.

MM: Listen I came across this document and then you are suddenly mentioned in there… so I asked.

DF: no problem.

MM: I had to ask you as it is written here that you organized a car for a judge.

MM’s final meeting with Dr. Schulz took place on September 25, 2020, in Stuttgart. In that meeting, Dr. Schulz confirmed the contents of the POC including the bribery, though he maintained he did not do the actual bribery and it was Mr. F. who did so. In sum, twice in the Hong Kong Litigation, Daimler has bribed government officials to obtain an advantage in the Litigation.

Daimler AG ScandalMercedes-Benz Group

The Mercedes-Benz Group AG (previously named Daimler-Benz, DaimlerChrysler and Daimler) is a German multinational automotive corporation headquartered in Stuttgart, Baden-Württemberg, Germany. It is one of the world’s leading car manufacturers. Daimler-Benz was formed with the merger of Benz & Cie. and Daimler Motoren Gesellschaft in 1926. The company was renamed DaimlerChrysler upon acquiring the American automobile manufacturer Chrysler Corporation in 1998, and was again renamed Daimler AG upon divestment of Chrysler in 2007. In 2021, Daimler AG was the second-largest German automaker and the sixth-largest worldwide by production. In February 2022, Daimler was renamed Mercedes-Benz Group.

The Mercedes-Benz Group’s marques are Mercedes-Benz for cars and vans (including Mercedes-AMG and Mercedes-Maybach) and Smart. It has shares in other vehicle manufactures such as Daimler Truck (founded as a wholly owned subsidiary of the group), Denza, BAIC Motor and Aston Martin.

By unit sales, the Mercedes-Benz Group is the thirteenth-largest car manufacturer. The group provides financial services through its Mercedes-Benz Mobility arm. The company is a component of the Euro Stoxx 50 stock market index.[4] In the Mercedes-Benz complex in Stuttgart are situated the central company headquarters, the Mercedes-Benz offices, a car assembly plant, the Mercedes-Benz Museum and the Mercedes-Benz Arena.

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U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission

The U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) is an independent agency of the United States federal government, created in the aftermath of the Wall Street Crash of 1929.[2][3][4] The primary purpose of the SEC is to enforce the law against market manipulation.[5][6]: 2 

In addition to the Securities Exchange Act of 1934, which created it, the SEC enforces the Securities Act of 1933, the Trust Indenture Act of 1939, the Investment Company Act of 1940, the Investment Advisers Act of 1940, the Sarbanes–Oxley Act of 2002, and other statutes. The SEC was created by Section 4 of the Securities Exchange Act of 1934 (now codified as 15 U.S.C. § 78d and commonly referred to as the Exchange Act or the 1934 Act).[7]  Disclaimer: The views expressed in the whistleblower documents are those of the author(s) and do not necessarily represent the views of Rich TVX News Network, or its management. All the charges are accusations of the whistleblower, according to the SEC Complaint documents, and all defendants are presumed innocent until and unless proven guilty.