“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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During the panel discussion about violation of human rights and its threats for Europe a video was made.
Based on the Odyssey of the Latvian business woman Inara Vilkaste a prominent panel discussion about violation of human rights and its threats for Europe took place last friday in Vienna, Austria. On the panel were Walter Schwimmer, former Secretary General of the Council of Europe, Arnold Kammel, Secretary General of the Austrian Institute for European and Security Policy, Aloisz Vaszniz, former
On 7 January this year, Chief Justice of Riga city Central district court, considered the decision of investigation judge and correspondingly a search, carried out at actual domicile of Inara Vilkaste, was unlawful.
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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
2013/03/14 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