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R.D.W – Paying fines for a non existent car-


R.D.W (pdf)  – Paying fines for a non existent car.  Bureaucratic/Administrative harassment.

Harassment covers a wide range of offensive behaviour. It is commonly understood as behaviour intended to disturb or upset. In the legal sense, it is behaviour which is found threatening or disturbing. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Harassment

The abuse of power or administrative harassment refers to conduct aimed at drawing unfair advantage of a situation of formal or informal power in an organization in order to harm or hinder a person’s or a group’s productivity or survival at work or their career.

The latest threat from R.D.W. My driving licence will be taken away if I don’t pay for a car ho’s not any more in my possession since 1996. Extortion? Coercion? Kafkaesque?

In 2011 643.-Euros of paid back taxes from the fiscal year 2009 have been directly diverted by the dutch administration to cover a “supposed” car tax debt.

The case is in process by the Nationale Ombudsman. The dutch administration still even use the police as coercion.

More news coming!

Amsterdam, 24 April 2012.

Just came back from the courthouse. I won my case against the Dutch administration, The “Mulder law” and the administrative harassment for cars that I don’t won for years. Took me years, I had the Dutch police around me like mosquitoes. Looking for a car who was not on my name any more. My telephone was triangulated. Travelling by bike was also a epic odyssey. Police everywhere. They threatened me of taking my driver license and jail, threatening even my lawyer. Took the judge 15 minutes to reprimand the procurator and sentence him to pay the costs and to drop the case against me. A total victory. But how many Dutch citizen found their life destroyed thanks to this administrative abusive harassment? How many suicides?What is the moral of this story: Always fight for what you believe is right. David against Goliath. Just go for.

CJIB 11 april 2012

Court decision 24 April 2012



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