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If the Swiss police of Canton of Valais adopts and uses the procedure created by the Nazi Gestapo, the Swiss police can be assimilated to the Nazi system. Impossible to conclude otherwise. Ernst Kaltenbrunner. Chief of the RSHA, the Nazi organ comprising the intelligence service (SD), Secret State Police (Gestapo) and Criminal police (Kripo). He is credited of having developped the so called ''forcing''. Hanged 16 October 1946 by the International Military Tribunal in Nuremberg as a war criminal.

It is a cold morning, 5 centigrade degree.

The polices have taken his clothes. The police give Philip in replacement a jail outfit consisting of a T-SHIRT and trousers in light cotton which are too small. A couple of sandals which are too large for Philip's feet. Philip is forced to walk bare foot.

The polices tell Philip that as soon as he pleads guilty they will return his clothes, shoes and medication.

The polices ask '' are you ready to plead guilty?''

Philip says ''No.''

The polices in uniform put some handcuffs to Phillips hands, in front of him and in order to intimidate and humiliate him, the polices make him walk through the so called ''hospital'' in this state.

The police torturer count on this treatment to break Philip and that Philip will plead guilty.

The police take Philip back to the jail.

When they arrive at the jail, the police ask Philip once again ''Are you ready to plead guilty?''

Philip answers ''No.'' once again.

The police leave, his clothes, his shoes and the Ventolin remain with the police photographer who was illegally present during the medical.

If the Swiss police of Canton of Valais adopts and uses the procedure created by the Nazi Gestapo, the Swiss police can be assimilated to the Nazi system. Impossible to conclude otherwise.

Ernst Kaltenbrunner. Chief of the RSHA, the Nazi organ comprising the intelligence service (SD), Secret State Police (Gestapo) and Criminal police (Kripo). He is credited of having developed the so called ''forcing''. Hanged 16 October 1946 by the International Military Tribunal in Nuremberg as a war criminal.

Philip is therefore dealing with a Nazi's police wearing a Suiss uniform.

Why are the Swiss polices always asking: ''are you ready to plead guilty?''

Simply because their investigation does not discover anything compromising in the activities of Philip, including no marks on his body resulting from a ''sado-macho'', the Swiss police can only close the judicial inquiry if Philip pleads guilty.

Having a guilty plea from Philip the Swiss police can bring the case before a judge saying ''The accused pleads guilty, therefore the police has nothing to add.'' And no mention that the guilty plea was made to stop the pain of the torture and not the confession to a crime. This is precisely the objective of the ''forcing''.

This was the plan of the police right from the start. A plan, where the accused has no rights, full of traps and suffering for the victim, a victim selected by a procureur with no evidence to back it up.

This is justice Swiss style.

Unfortunately for the police, Philip answers ''No, I do not plead guilty to having killed my friend Oscar.''

We were to learn later that this very morning, inspector Fontannaz summoned Philip's companion to the local police station.

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