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Complaint Review: Christoph Ostermann
Christoph OstermannInternet Germany
Christoph Ostermann Fraud, POLICE: Criminal Wanted for Arrest, Considered Dangerous Internet
*Consumer Comment: Full List of Complaints Against Christoph Ostermann
*REBUTTAL Individual responds: Above article consists of lies posted by fraudster DAN MAZAR and criminal OLGA KARJAGINA
*REBUTTAL Individual responds: Fraudster DAN MAZAR and OLGA KARJAGINA
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This is very bad man Christoph Ostermann and hurt many people. Be careful because he say he is German man and work as journalist for big German newspapers but all is lie with this man. I hope police catch him.
This we find on website of CBS News (United States):
GERMAN MAN WANTED IN MAJOR EUROPEAN SEX / FRAUD RING
TALLINN, ESTONIA - German national Christoph Ostermann, who is featured online at www.auswandern.de, is believed to be hiding from authorities in Cyprus following allegations that he was the prime organizer in a major sex ring which included under-age children.
Earlier this month, more information about Ostermann's alleged criminal operations were detailed in a press conference in the Estonian capital Tallinn following the conclusion of an eight-month undercover investigation by Operation Rescue Europe in conjunction with the Baltic Human Trafficking Task Force. [continued below]....
According to the testimonies of his former victims, Christoph Ostermann, who claims to be a journalist on his web site, is alleged to be a prime figure in an underage sex slavery ring which spanned the Baltic states of the former Soviet Union to Ukraine, Thailand and even Beirut, Lebanon. Authorities assert, however, that Ostermann used his web site, in which he claims to be a reporter traveling the world looking for ways to become a millionaire and giving travel tips, as a cover to defraud investors and sell highly graphic and sadomasochistic videos featuring children online.
The child pornography distribution used private chat groups on these web sites which required sophisticated codes and passwords to enter. "It is estimated that more than one-hundred women were kidnapped by Ostermann's gang in the last years alone, " said Operation Rescue chief investigator, Dr. Aleksander Paavo." He lured his victims either with false incentives of well paid positions in Western European countries or by outright abduction. Once a prisoner of the gangs, the children were forced to conduct sometimes dangerous sexual acts, some of which were broadcast on the Internet."
Two women rescued in recent weeks, identified only as Victim T and Victim W claimed that rape and forced drug abuse were common practice. Ostermann is also wanted for questioning in the U.K. and Belgium in regard to a illegal scheme he operated using a shell company in Cyprus in which he victimized investors in Europe into paying him for gold and property purchases which never took place.
Operation Rescue Europe is a Baltic-based non-governmental organization that assists victims of trafficking, sexual exploitation and violence, and individuals involved in the sex trade and those thinking of or having left prostitution.
According to the charter, "the coalition promotes women's human rights, and works internationally to combat sexual exploitation in all its forms."
If you know the whereabouts of Christoph Ostermann, please contact your local authorities.
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