A Plea for Support for German-Canadian Farmer Werner Bock
Posted on September 23, 3013
Regular listeners to Deanna Spingola’s radio show will be familiar with a German-Canadian gentleman known as “Werner from New Brunswick” who calls in regularly and offers very intelligent and informed insights on a whatever subject is being discussed, and he is very articulate. I’ve always enjoyed and appreciated his commentaries and he is also a supporter of my efforts, but now he needs our support.
His full name is Werner Bock and he lives in Petitcodiac near Moncton, NB. For at least ten years now he has been systematically harassed and terrorized by persons unknown and many of his animals have been killed in the most cruel and barbaric manner. During this period he has lost over 250 cows in this fashion. He made a documentary about this “Agricultural and Eco-Terror which I have included the video below. It is quite shocking to say the least, and certainly not the figment of his imagination!
Government, Veterinarians, RCMP and media (CBC) have not only refused to investigate his many complaints properly, but actually maintain a systematic campaign of vilification and ridicule. They succeed in this because the nature of these killings strongly suggests that sophisticated technology is at play. Werner suspects some kind of laser or bundled energy radiation is what kills his animals in such a way that it amounts to torture. There was also arson committed on his farm and he has been injured himself as well. He has a website that shows countless instances of cases that allow no other explanation than his own.
Werner loves farming and ranching, and he certainly did not and would not neglect or mistreat his own animals! Yet, on Thursday, September 19, he was arrested by RCMP on trumped up and totally implausible charges of not having fed and watered his animals properly. On Friday, Sept. 20, he was taken into custody because he refuses to submit to psychiatric assessment.
It appears that there are sustained attempts underway to drive Werner off his land. The behavior of the authorities strongly suggests a possibility of conspiratorial corruption right up to the highest levels of provincial government, as well as the RCMP, members of which only a few days ago, in a telephone conversation with one of Werner’s friends laughed about his complaints and basically called called him delusional.
Since I and various other acquaintances do not know anybody in New Brunswick, nor any lawyers there who might be willing to take his case, we are seeking public assistance. Werner doesn’t trust lawyers and he has attempted to defend himself in court, but we know how that will go under their circus tent. He is practically and completely defenseless and surrounded by hostility and ridicule.
There is a great danger of a miscarriage of justice here and his friends and associates are worried that he might disappear in obscurity, never to be heard from for years; and perhaps even medicated into insanity.
There is a parallel case, similar to Werner’s in Germany, where Gustl Mollat, a whistle blower, disappeared in a psychiatric ward for seven years and was recently released on account of public pressure. The similarities of these two cases are striking.
Werner has been interviewed on the Deanna Spingola radio show on RBN and been phoning in on a variety of issues. He is well spoken and his English is excellent. He also seems to have a very good grasp of chemistry and bio-physics.
He is a trained farmer and a very decent and rational man, and NOT a “nut” as the RCMP, local “authorities” and the media have portrayed him. Werner went to agricultural college and business college in Germany before he immigrated to Canada and is a ‘certified farmer’!
Monday Sept. 23, 2013 Werner is scheduled to appear in court again in Moncton. It is also happens to be his birthday!
Friends of Werner Bock are appealing to anyone in New Brunswick who can offer to help with legal assistance, and also to those in the alternative media to try and ascertain his location, to visit him, interview him, and to report on his case.
If you can help or know someone who lives either in or near New Brunswick and who may be able to help, please e-mail me via my Contact page, or contact Deanna Spingola through her website.
Please also call the Moncton, NB Law Courts, Telephone: 1-506-856-2307 and inquire about Werner’s case and his well being, and tell them to wish him a Happy Birthday!
Radio Interview: Werner Bock was Deanna Spingola’s guest on June 18th. Here you can download a free mp3 archive of that program.
FACEBOOK PAGE …. please give it a “like” and check for any updates
Video: Deanna Spingola appeals for help
Video: Werner Bock’s documentary about what has been happening to his livestock.