Ing. Hendrik van Bilderbeek (President), Jorge Lozano (General Manager) and Gilma Flechas (Controller) were arrested in the night of 30 September, 2004 on suspicion of narcotic trafficking & laundering as being part of Colombia’s criminal terrorist organization āAUCā. The Colombian prosecutor has based his arrest warrant, custody warrant and formal accusation of linking Llanos Oil & Hendrik van Bilderbeek with using āillegal fundsā solely on supposedly documents [āevidenceā] received from the Austrian and US authorities. Despite numerous legal petitions, lawsuits, appeals and other legal instruments, the Colombian government has failed to show these Austrian and US documents [āevidenceā].
Two months before Hendrik’s arrest, Austria issued a house search warrant for the home and belongings of Elena Lowen [Llanos Oil Social Development Director]. A complete copy of Llanos Oil files for back up purposes were maintained by Lowen in Austria. The DEA accused Lowen that she was part of the same organization as the van Bilderbeeks. Judge Nicole Keil has reconfirmed that no proof of any criminal wrong doing was found and that Lowen nor the van Bilderbeeks were part of any dubious organization.
Colombia has dodged the Austrian judge’s findings out of fear of having to release Hendrik & Gilma Flechas and Jorge Lozano [Jorge Lozano has passed away due to failure by the Colombian government to treat his cancer] and return our Oil Rights.
The night of the arrest only technical information about our oil concession āGuatapuriā, including our secret āOil Treasure Mapā (locations of all the oil structures identified by us) were confiscated and not one single piece of accounting.
The Guatapuri Oil Concession held between Ecopetrol (Oil State Company of Colombia) and Llanos Oil was swiftly transferred to Drummond Coal Company. continue reading >>
|This website is meant to give the reader an overview of the massive conspiracy against Llanos Oil & van Bilderbeeks with one sole purpose, the one sole purpose of the Colombians, which US Amb. Wood failed to mention to the general public about President Uribe and his funders, namely, “the hostile take-over of Llanos Oil very lucrative Oil (& Gas) Rights estimated at 3.7 billion barrels at any cost with no respect for human lives”. This becomes evident when the Colombian Government denies Jorge Lozano cancer treatment, patiently letting an innocent victim die lonely in his cell. How much longer before Hendrik’s malnourishment, hernia and psychological stress will finally push him over the edge, something the Colombian Government is banking on?|