Under case number 3113 Js 17182/19, the Public Prosecutor's Office in Mainz (Germany) has resumed investigations. The proceedings relate to death threats and shots fired at a former business partner of GSB boss Josip Heit. In confidential communications and conversations, Heit is said to have admitted that he was behind the planning and execution that is part of the investigation. The documents and related statements have been forwarded to the investigating public prosecutor.
Apparently not an isolated case, the "Chairman of the Board" of Gold Standard Banking Corporation AG (GSB) has arbitrarily attacked individuals, companies and brand owners in a globally orchestrated and continued campaign of character assassination. This included naming people who had nothing to do with the companies or various businesses.
After the GSB boss admitted in writing that he was behind the campaign, events unfolded dramatically. Josip Heit also issued massive threats - including death threats - against a US media consultant, who is also a victim of the character assassination campaign and has nothing to do with the other persons or companies. The e-mails in question have since been sent to the public prosecutor's office in Mainz for further processing.
At the same time, the public prosecutor's office in Hamburg was informed and a criminal complaint was filed. The GSB Group has its alleged headquarters in Hamburg.
The public prosecutor's office in Dortmund also received a corresponding criminal complaint. This is where the Heit family lives and where Josip Heit is allegedly registered with the police. However, as can be seen from the criminal complaint, this is probably a bogus registration. The Croatian, who was once called Josip Curcic, has absconded to Dubai, where German investigators cannot reach him because of a missing extradition treaty.
U.S. judicial authorities are also involved. The Department of Homeland Security is also investigating Josip Heit. Because a death threat has been made, the GSB boss is being prevented from possibly entering the U.S. or being arrested for further criminal investigations and charges.
To go along with this, the U.S. financial regulator has also issued a trading ban on the G999 cryptocurrency and all related activities following "a thorough investigation."
The individuals, companies and trademark rights holders affected by the character assassination campaign have filed lawsuits against Josip Heit personally, the GSB group of companies and the media outlets that published the character assassination campaign. The actual amount of damages to be determined is still open due to the ongoing investigations. According to insider opinion, it is likely to be in the double-digit millions.
Josip Heit may not be able to pay this fine either. Creditors are currently demanding more than 120 million euros from him. This does not even include the victims of the Gold Standard Partner network.