“For a long time I could not find the prologue to the events that radically changed my life and made it almost unbearable. Until I analysed a huge number of piled up documents and happened to see a consistent plot. But all I want is to have my life back.”
(Inara Vilkaste, Riga-born entrepreneur)
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The chairman of the Committee "Justice for Inara" Walter Schwimmer", former Secretary General of the Council of Europe, sent a letter of condolences after the terrible accident in Riga when the roof of a supermarket broke down to the Latvian Ambassador to Austria H.E. Skuja. He expressed his sympathy to the people of Latvia and in particular to the families of the victims and wished
http://www.kriminal.lv/news/lato-lapsa-obuyavil-voinu-specsluzhbam (23.09.2013 16:26) Latvian investigative journalist Lato Lapsa presented secret record of his own interrogation at Security police in a press conference. „Order desk has worked”, - this is how the journalist is defining criminal proceedings initiated against him. Security police is imputing him violation of the privac
On June 18th the Latvian citizen Inara Vilkaste addressed a letter to the president of the Group of States against Corruption in Strasbourg complaining the abuse of powers by Latvian Corruption Prevention and Combatting Bureau. On July 3rd GRECO confirmed that the series of issues related to KNAB deserve closer attention.
The entrepreneur Inara Vilkaste has addressed the organization “Group of States against corruption” (GRECO), which is a sub-organization of the Council of Europe, with a complaint in order to have the unlawful actions of the Corruption Prevention and Combating Bureau assessed on an international scale.
"The chairman of the Committee "Justice for Inara" will now approach the Prosecutor General of Latvia.
One day a successful businesswoman finds herself in the middle of a criminal plot: Extortion, arson, a disappeared lawyer and shady investigations became the unintended daily business of Inara Vilkaste. She got involved in dozens of legal proceedings. There is no evidence against her, but the threats never stopped.
After years of fighting in her home country she took her case to the European Court of Human Rights. She keeps courageously following her path to find her way back to a normal life!
Video message by Inara Vilkaste
2013/06/25 Inara Vilkaste addresses the Council of Europe regarding the unlawful actions of KNAB (Corruption Prevention and Combating Bureau) ...more
2013/03/14 Attorney-in-law: The identical testimonies given by the employees of the Corruption Prevention and Combating Bureau (KNAB) fuel suspicions of inadequate investigation process...more
2013/03/11 The case against Ināra Vilkaste’s 76-year-old housekeeper will be reviewed in court...more
2013/02/28 Vilkaste demands a 10 year prison sentence to Štālbergs in a court appeal...more