German man locked up over HVB bank allegations may have been telling truth
A German man committed to a high-security psychiatric hospital after being accused of fabricating a story of money-laundering activities at a major bank is to have his case reviewed after evidence has emerged proving the validity of his claims.
In a plot worthy of a crime blockbuster, Gustl Mollath, 56, was submitted to the secure unit of a psychiatric hospital seven years ago after court experts diagnosed him with paranoid personality disorder following his claims that staff at the Hypo Vereinsbank (HVB) – including his wife, then an assets consultant at HVB – had been illegally smuggling large sums of money into Switzerland. …
If he wasn’t crazy before there’s a good chance he’s crazy now. See footnote 106 of my MGM paper.
At some point mainstream medicine must be called to account for their years of silence on the rampant racketeering and fraud going on in psychiatry.