Dear Friends, Family,

neilkeenanSo very often you, my readers, have asked how you can help our efforts to get the ‘real’ truth out, and I believe your help today is key! If you feel so inclined, at the end of this article, Neil asks that you make a simple phone call in support of Nelu’s freedom – and what is actually also the freedom of us all. Please support Neil’s efforts to see that Nelu is free, thus insuring, as well, the freeing of the Global Accounts to benefit all of humanity. 

Many thanks and hugs,
~Jean

NEIL KEENAN LAYS ONE ON INDONESIAN PROSECUTOR – HELL TO PAY, AND HERE IT COMES

  • Indonesian patriot still in prison as Prosecutor Tanti tries to pretend Neil Keenan is just an “internet legend”
  • Court summons for Keenan to testify is secretly blocked – by whom?
  • High Court and other officials doing the right thing – and then they smell a rat
  • High Court separates Nelu’s case from tainted currency – no evidence remains to hold him – so why is he still in prison?
  • Keenan asks Indonesian government to look into possible prosecutorial misconduct
  • Real culprits, Keith Scott and his cohorts, go unpunished – but not for long

by Michael Henry Dunn

May 18, 2013

Neil Keenan has learned the truth.  And now there will be hell to pay.  The gloves are coming off his fists, and he is ready to match blow for blow.  Keenan has been in Jakarta since January, waiting to testify on behalf of Martha Wibawa (called Nelu), the unjustly imprisoned Indonesian patriot chosen by Keenan as his right-hand man to help move theGlobal Collateral Accounts into action to finally benefit the people and defeat the corrupt banking elite.   Weeks have gone by as the actions in this case of Prosecutor Tanti, became more and more suspect – and as Keenan waited for a summons that never came.  Week after week, Neil Keenan was told that he would be called before the judges, that his testimony would be heard.  “Tomorrow,” they said.  “Next week, certainly,” came the word.  In early March the judges in the lower court ruled that Nelu should be freed based on time served – a three and a half year sentence, which (though undeserved) we understood would have given him his freedom on probation that day.  The prosecutor objected (Indonesian law allows her to do this), and an appeal process began.  Again, Keenan was told he would be called.  Again, no summons came.  The High Court rightly saw that the only incriminating evidence in the case was against co-defendant Mulyadi (Nelu’s father-in-law) and ruled that the cases should be separated – leaving no evidence against Nelu.  Again, Keenan was told he would be called, and that his testimony would be the final word needed to free Nelu.  Again, no summons came.

And now Neil Keenan has learned the truth.  And, yes, now there will be hell to pay.

As the weeks went by, Keenan’s suspicions were aroused.  Early this month, he and his Korean sidekick Inchul relentlessly sought the facts behind the delay, even to the point of knocking on the office doors of the high and lower courts.   Finally some fair-minded court officials looked into the record, and discovered the stunning truth that a summons to Keenan had in fact been issued – possibly more than one – and that someone prevented the summons from ever being delivered.

Keenan is now considering a request that the Indonesian government look into possible wrongdoing in this high-stakes case.  Prosecutor Tanti is where the investigation should focus.  Was a summons issued?  Where was it delivered and when?  If not, why not? Did anyone sign for it?  If the summons was deliberately blocked, Nelu was denied due process.  His key witness was not allowed to come forward.

All along, Prosecutor Tanti’s flimsy case rested on the assertion that Nelu’s claim of working with an Irish-American international businessman and the Heritage Foundation to legitimately put Global Account notes into trade was just a story, that Neil Keenan was no more than “an Internet legend,” whose existence she challenged Nelu to prove (the Heritage Foundation is a globally recognized entity and is nominee on many of the Global Account notes, while a majority of the Account assets are owned by the Qing Dynasty in the person of Empress Bennie Hua).  A thirty-second Google search would have validated the fact of Nelu’s connection to Neil Keenan, but Ms. Tanti was not interested in facts.  She apparently counted on the idea that Keenan would not take the trouble and expense to travel to Jakarta and appear in Nelu’s behalf – she assumed that she could spin her false version of the story unopposed.  It is not, after all, very often that Westerners have bothered to travel all the way to Jakarta to testify on behalf of Indonesians who have been trapped in the hitherto murky world of the Global Accounts.  She could not, of course, know of Mr. Keenan’s combination of loyalty and tenacity.

I sat with Mr. Keenan in the courtroom that day, and saw Prosecutor Tanti’s shock at Neil Keenan and his colleagues’ unignorable presence in the front row of the court (see accompanying video). Neil later noted to me that the judges smiled in acknowledgement of his presence, but that Prosecutor Tanti looked quickly away.  She must have known in that moment that if Keenan were allowed to testify, her bogus case would be exploded.

And then a strange thing happened.  A notice to appear now sits in the records of the case – a summons to Neil Keenan to testify before the judges.  But someone saw to it that the summons never reached Keenan.  Someone made sure that Prosecutor Tanti’s case against an innocent man would go unchallenged.  Meanwhile Neil Keenan sat by day after day, expecting a summons that never came, waiting to testify in his friend’s behalf, ready to tell the truth.

If the summons had been delivered, if Keenan had been allowed to testify, the case would have dissolved, and Nelu would now be free,  and the bunkers holding the Global Account notes and assets would already be in the auditing process. Who knows?  Humanitarian programs and debt relief might already be flowing out to the stricken people of the world, if not for this obstruction of justice in Jakarta, this suppression of the truth.

But the truth in this case is a very inconvenient thing for certain powerful people – or perhaps one should say for certain soon-to-be-formerly powerful people?  With the flimsy foundation of the case exploded by Keenan’s presence – and still further obliterated by his written statement exonerating Nelu, submitted to the court in early March – the questions would then turn back on the prosecutor: who were the real culprits in this case?  Who set up the “phony Tony” in the bank parking lot to lure Nelu into a trap?  Who used Nelu’s own father-in-law as a spy to track the movement of the notes? Who benefits from blocking forward movement of the Accounts?

Keith Scott was in Indonesia at that time, why was he not investigated?  And why did the prosecutor never investigate Scott’s cohorts Peter Wagoner (who identifies himself as David Rockefeller’s nephew), and Teena, and Dewi? Rest assured, Neil Keenan has the evidence of how these people set Nelu up, and how they intended to benefit.  Their time is coming…

And when it comes to Prosecutor Tanti, there is more evidence that the Indonesian anti-corruption task force may wish to hear.

But the first question Ms. Tanti will be asked is this: what became of the legal summons issued to Neil Keenan? If it was blocked, that is obstruction, and denial of due process. If it bears a signature acknowledging receipt, that signature is not Neil Keenan’s – and that is forgery.  These would be criminal acts, and should be investigated immediately.

Keenan has more cards up his sleeve, begging to be played.  I can attest that he usually has an ace or two tucked away, major cards left unplayed, to be brought out when needed.  The timing is his own little mystery.

If Tanti is serving some other group’s agenda, who are they and what is that agenda?  If there was a deal, what were the terms?  With the global attention given to Neil Keenan’s work, the likelihood of interference by the criminal banking elite is off the charts.  The cabal’s desperation is now obvious. From all over the world the reports come into Keenan: the banksters are floundering as their once-secret plots are exposed by formerly muzzled mainstream media – oil-price rigging revealed by Rolling Stone, and insider revelations that the recent G7 emergency financial meeting had an “end times panic,” (with Keenan’s name frequently coming up) as the tottering fiat currency monster reels over the fiscal cliff to oblivion, threatening to drag the rest of the world with it.

The rest of the world, however, will be only too happy to cut the chords of captivity that have held the planet in bondage to the Western oligarchy since the end of World War Two, and let the cabal tumble over the cliff unaccompanied.  Discreet calls from heads of state are now coming in to Neil Keenan in Jakarta, opening lines of communication for the coming shift.  Once-firm friends of the cabal are positioning themselves to switch sides, and even the long-loyal financial media are beginning to report once unreportable stories.   A last ditch attempt to co-opt the revolution, to deceive the people with a false dawn (one which would leave the dark forces still in control) is underway as the bankster gang pursues a massive gold and silver buying spree, attempting to underwrite their own version of a new financial system. The writing is on the wall, and the pressure on the cabal is mounting.

Someone attempted to channel that pressure against Nelu, against Neil Keenan, against the liberation of the Global Accounts, in Jakarta.

Indonesian lower-court judges rightly recognized the facts, and ruled that Nelu should be freed based on time served.  At some point, someone acted to block the legal summons issued to bring Keenan to court to give testimony which could have freed Nelu months ago.  The person responsible for this criminal act should be identified and brought to justice.

The High Court has since rightly acted to separate Nelu’s case from his co-defendant, leaving no evidence to hold him.  Why, then, has he not yet been freed?

Nelu is more than just an innocent man wrongly imprisoned.  He stands as a symbol for humanity in its struggle against the bankster-bloodline criminal gang…a gang that knows he is a key partner to the man whose work is one of the greatest threats they face.

As the High Court convenes to resolve the case, any supporters who wish to ask the disposition of Martha Wibawa’s (called Nelu) case, may call the Indonesian High Court in Jakarta at this number: +62 –21-425-2069 (or fax 425-4257), -referring to Case # 130/Pid2013/PT.DKI – the case number for Martha Wibawa. (***Please see the list below for YOUR COUNTRY’S EXIT CODE, used in order to make an international call.)

For your convenience~~ Time Converter

A special video message from Neil Keenan (below) gives his latest thoughts on this important story.

Michael Henry Dunn

*** See Exit Codes from your country below:
Source: HowToCallAbroad

What are Country / Exit Codes?

Country codes are used when dialing an international phone number. On the other hand, exit codes (also known as international access codes or IDD International Direct Dialing codes) are used for dialing out of your country. For example if you want to call from Anguilla to Afghanistan you must dial: 011 + 93 + phone number.

Below is a comprehensive list of all country phone codes and international exit codes. For more info on dialing a specific country (such as area codes, phone books, and more) please use the top navigation to choose your country.

What is a Trunk Code (Prefix)?

Trunk Codes are single or double digit codes used to place calls within a certain country. They are left out when dialing in from abroad.

Country Country Code Exit Code Trunk Code
Afghanistan 93 00 0
Albania 355 00 0
Algeria 213 00 0
American Samoa 1 011 1
Andorra 376 00
Angola 244 00
Anguilla 1 011 1
Antigua and Barbuda 1 011 1
Argentina 54 00 0
Armenia 374 00 0
Aruba 297 00
Ascension 247 00
Australia 61 0011 0
Austria 43 00 0
Azerbaijan 994 00 0
Bahamas 1 011 1
Bahrain 973 00
Bangladesh 880 00 0
Barbados 1 011 1
Belarus 375 810 80
Belgium 32 00 0
Belize 501 00
Benin 229 00
Bermuda 1 011 1
Bhutan 975 00
Bolivia 591 00 0
Bosnia and Herzegovina 387 00 0
Botswana 267 00
Country Country Code Exit Code Trunk Code
Brazil 55 0014 – Brasil Telecom
0015 – Telefonica
0021 – Embratel
0023 – Intelig
0031 – Telmar
0
British Virgin Islands 1 011 1
Brunei 673 00
Bulgaria 359 00 0
Burkina Faso 226 00
Burundi 257 00
Cambodia 855 001, 007, 008 0
Cameroon 237 00
Canada 1 011 1
Cape Verde 238 00
Cayman Islands 1 011 1
Central African Republic 236 00
Chad 235 00
Chile 56 1230 – Entel
1200 – Globus
1220 – Manquehue
1810 – Movistar
1690 – Netline
1710 – Telmex
0
China 86 00 0
Colombia 57 005 – UNE EPM
007 – ETB
009 – Movistar
00414 – Tigo
00468 – Avantel
00456 – Claro Fixed
00444 – Claro Mobile
0
Comoros 269 00
Congo 242 00
Cook Islands 682 00
Costa Rica 506 00
Croatia 385 00 0
Cuba 53 119 0
Curacao 599 00 0
Cyprus 357 00
Czech Republic 420 00
Democratic Republic of Congo 243 00 0
Denmark 45 00
Diego Garcia 246 00
Djibouti 253 00
Dominica 1 011 1
Country Country Code Exit Code Trunk Code
Dominican Republic 1 011 1
East Timor 670 00
Ecuador 593 00 0
Egypt 20 00 0
El Salvador 503 00
Equatorial Guinea 240 00
Eritrea 291 00 0
Estonia 372 00
Ethiopia 251 00 0
Falkland (Malvinas) Islands 500 00
Faroe Islands 298 00
Fiji 679 00
Finland 358 00, 990, 994, 999 0
France 33 00 0
French Guiana 594 00 0
French Polynesia 689 00
Gabon 241 00
Gambia 220 00
Georgia 995 00 0
Germany 49 00 0
Ghana 233 00 0
Gibraltar 350 00
Greece 30 00
Greenland 299 00
Grenada 1 011 1
Guadeloupe 590 00 0
Guam 1 011 1
Guatemala 502 00
Guinea 224 00
Country Country Code Exit Code Trunk Code
Guinea-Bissau 245 00
Guyana 592 001
Haiti 509 00
Honduras 504 00
Hong Kong 852 001
Hungary 36 00 06
Iceland 354 00
India 91 00 0
Indonesia 62 001, 008 – Indosat
007 – Telkom
009 – Bakrie Telecom
0
Inmarsat Satellite 870 00
Iran 98 00 0
Iraq 964 00
Ireland 353 00 0
Iridium Satellite 8816/8817 00
Israel 972 00, 012, 013, 014, 018 0
Italy 39 00
Ivory Coast 225 00
Jamaica 1 011 1
Japan 81 010 0
Jordan 962 00 0
Kazakhstan 7 8 – wait for dial tone – 10 8
Kenya 254 000 (006 and 007 to Uganda and Tanzania) 0
Kiribati 686 00
Kuwait 965 00
Kyrgyzstan 996 00 0
Laos 856 00 0
Latvia 371 00
Lebanon 961 00 0
Lesotho 266 00
Liberia 231 00
Libya 218 00 0
Country Country Code Exit Code Trunk Code
Liechtenstein 423 00
Lithuania 370 00 8
Luxembourg 352 00
Macau 853 00
Macedonia 389 00 0
Madagascar 261 00
Malawi 265 00
Malaysia 60 00 0
Maldives 960 00
Mali 223 00
Malta 356 00
Marshall Islands 692 011 1
Martinique 596 00 0
Mauritania 222 00
Mauritius 230 00
Mayotte 262 00
Mexico 52 00 01
Micronesia 691 011 1
Moldova 373 00 0
Monaco 377 00
Mongolia 976 001 0
Montenegro 382 00 0
Montserrat 1 011 1
Morocco 212 00 0
Mozambique 258 00
Myanmar 95 00 0
Namibia 264 00 0
Nauru 674 00
Nepal 977 00 0
Country Country Code Exit Code Trunk Code
Netherlands 31 00 0
Netherlands Antilles 599 00 0
New Caledonia 687 00
New Zealand 64 00 0
Nicaragua 505 00
Niger 227 00
Nigeria 234 009 0
Niue 683 00
Norfolk Island 6723 00
North Korea 850 99
Northern Marianas 1 011 1
Norway 47 00
Oman 968 00
Pakistan 92 00 0
Palau 680 011
Palestine 970 00 0
Panama 507 00
Papua New Guinea 675 00
Paraguay 595 00 0
Peru 51 00 0
Philippines 63 00 0
Poland 48 00
Portugal 351 00
Puerto Rico 1 011 1
Qatar 974 00
Reunion 262 00
Romania 40 00 0
Russian Federation 7 8 – wait for dial tone – 10 8
Rwanda 250 00
Saint Helena 290 00
Saint Kitts and Nevis 1 011 1
Saint Lucia 1 011 1
Country Country Code Exit Code Trunk Code
Saint Barthelemy 590 00 0
Saint Martin (French part) 590 00 0
Saint Pierre and Miquelon 508 00
Saint Vincent and the Grenadines 1 011 1
Samoa 685 0
San Marino 378 00
Sao Tome and Principe 239 00
Saudi Arabia 966 00 0
Senegal 221 00
Serbia 381 00 0
Seychelles 248 00
Sierra Leone 232 00 0
Singapore 65 001, 008
Sint Maarten 1 00 1
Slovakia 421 00 0
Slovenia 386 00 0
Solomon Islands 677 00
Somalia 252 00
South Africa 27 00 0
South Korea 82 001, 002 0
South Sudan 211 00
Spain 34 00
Sri Lanka 94 00 0
Sudan 249 00 0
Suriname 597 00 0
Swaziland 268 00
Sweden 46 00 0
Switzerland 41 00 0
Syria 963 00 0
Taiwan 886 002 0
Tajikistan 992 8 – wait for dial tone – 10 8
Tanzania 255 000 0
Thailand 66 001 0
Thuraya Satellite 882 16 00
Togo 228 00
Country Country Code Exit Code Trunk Code
Tokelau 690 00
Tonga 676 00
Trinidad and Tobago 1 011 1
Tunisia 216 00
Turkey 90 00 0
Turkmenistan 993 8 – wait for dial tone – 10 8
Turks and Caicos Islands 1 0 1
Tuvalu 688 00
Uganda 256 000 0
Ukraine 380 00 0
United Arab Emirates 971 00 0
United Kingdom 44 00 0
United States of America 1 011 1
U.S. Virgin Islands 1 011 1
Uruguay 598 00 0
Uzbekistan 998 8 – wait for dial tone – 10 8
Vanuatu 678 00
Vatican City 379, 39 00
Venezuela 58 00 0
Vietnam 84 00 0
Wallis and Futuna 681 00
Yemen 967 00 0
Zambia 260 00 0
Zimbabwe 263 00 0