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Jeg sendte en ny e-post til Cathrine Huitfeldt




Gmail - Magne Winnem fra Unge Høyre-møter










Gmail


Erik Ribsskog
<eribsskog@gmail.com>




Magne Winnem fra Unge Høyre-møter











Erik Ribsskog
<eribsskog@gmail.com>



Thu, Jan 26, 2012 at 5:19 PM




To:
cathrine.huitfeldt@lutvann.gs.oslo.no


Cc:
"SMK Postmottak (SMK)" <postmottak@smk.dep.no>


Bcc:
Politikk Høyre <politikk@hoyre.no>, hv-02.kontakt@mil.no






Hei Cathrine Huitfeldt,

Magne Winnem, som vi var på Unge Høyre-møter sammen med, på 90-tallet, blir visst søkt etter om, av Regjeringen.

Hva er det han har rota seg opp i?


Jeg husker at han hadde veldig tøffe kamerater, (Karl muligens, med flere), fra Røyken.

Huitfeldt er jo fra Hurum, så du har kanskje oversikten?

Du har jo ei kusine i Regjeringa og, som heter Anniken Huitfeldt vel.


Så du får kanskje rydda opp?

Jeg har vært i Heimevernet også, så jeg kan sende dette litt rundt omkring syntes jeg.

(Har også overhørt at jeg er forfulgt av mafia'n og har flykta til England).


Mvh.

Erik Ribsskog





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PS.

Her er vedlegget:

var forlover for winnem

Jeg skrev litt om Magne Winnem på Facebook-sida til Gjerderussen 1989

russeside facebook

http://www.facebook.com/group.php?gid=15567916559

Jeg synes det er rart at Regjeringa søker så mye på min tidligere klassekamerat Magne Winnem. Hva er det han har rota seg opp i nå da? Hm

var forlover for winnem

Jeg sendte en ny e-post til den norske ambassaden i London




Gmail - Råd i forbindelse med problemer med Namsmannen i Hurum og Drammen Tingrett/Fwd: FW: Complaint about the Domstoladministrasjonen in Norway/Fwd: Ny oppdatering til direktør Langbach/Fwd: Oppdatering til direktør Langbach/Fwd: Klage til direktør Tor Lan










Gmail


Erik Ribsskog
<eribsskog@gmail.com>




Råd i forbindelse med problemer med Namsmannen i Hurum og Drammen Tingrett/Fwd: FW: Complaint about the Domstoladministrasjonen in Norway/Fwd: Ny oppdatering til direktør Langbach/Fwd: Oppdatering til direktør Langbach/Fwd: Klage til direktør Tor Lan











Erik Ribsskog
<eribsskog@gmail.com>



Thu, Jan 26, 2012 at 12:29 PM




To:
"emb.london" <emb.london@mfa.no>


Cc:
Jeffrey.LAMB@ec.europa.eu






Hi,

jeg begjærte oppløsing av sameie, for en eiendom i Hurum, som jeg eier cirka 1/12 av for øyeblikket.

Dette er en eiendom med veldig fin utsikt til Drammensfjorden, strandlinje og kai, mm.


Og eget atelier, siden min grandonkel, Idar Sandersen var Holmsbu-maler.

Den kjente maler Henrik Sørensen skal visst ha vært gjest i huset.

Og min far, (som jeg ikke er på talefot med lenger nå, riktignok), sa for noen år siden at det var malerier av Kittelsen der.


Jeg trenger penger til bolig her i Storbritannia, og har begjært oppløsning av sameie.

Men ikke noe skjer, i Drammen.

Det siste jeg hørte fra Drammen Tingrett var i august måned.


Selv om jeg har sendt gjentatte purringer.

EU-kommisjonen mener at dere kanskje kan hjelpe.

Har dere noe forslag til hva jeg kan gjøre?

Mvh.

Erik Ribsskog



---------- Forwarded message ----------
From: Erik Ribsskog <eribsskog@gmail.com>

Date: 2012/1/26
Subject: Re: FW: Complaint about the Domstoladministrasjonen in Norway/Fwd: Ny oppdatering til direktør Langbach/Fwd: Oppdatering til direktør Langbach/Fwd: Klage til direktør Tor Langbach/Fwd: 201100001 Henvendelse vedr klage

To: Jeffrey.LAMB@ec.europa.eu
Cc: delegation-norway@eeas.europa.eu


Hi,

I'm just going to send it to the Norwegian EU-commission.


Since I don't think you understand the Norwegian laws here.

Thanks anyway for the reply!


Regards,

Erik Ribsskog


2012/1/26 <Jeffrey.LAMB@ec.europa.eu>





Dear Mr Ribsskog,


There is nothing more that I can add to my previous
replies, I'm afraid. You may like to contact your country's embassy in the UK to
ask for their advice on how to make progress with your case through the
right channels of your home country.


Best regards
Jeff Lamb


Research Assistant

Political Section

Representation of the European
Commission in the UK


Looking for local sources of EU
information? http://www.europe.org.uk/








From: Erik Ribsskog
[mailto:eribsskog@gmail.com]
Sent: Wednesday, January 25, 2012 9:42
AM

To: LAMB Jeffrey (COMM-LONDON)
Cc:
gudmundur.einarsson@efta.int
Subject: Re: FW: Complaint about the
Domstoladministrasjonen in Norway/Fwd: Ny oppdatering til direktør
Langbach/Fwd: Oppdatering til direktør Langbach/Fwd: Klage til direktør Tor
Langbach/Fwd: 201100001 Henvendelse vedr klage


Hi,


thank you for your answer!



I really wanted to escalate this.


I think this breaches one of the EU's four freedoms.


That is the free movement of people.



If I don't get my rights because I live in the UK, then this is a breach
of the free movement of people-freedom.


I think this is obvious.



This is not private law, this is a law in Norway, which is between the
Government and the citizens, that any citizen can demand to get a co-owned
property sold.



It's called 'oppløsning av sameie'.



I hope this makes it possible to understand.


Best regards,


Erik Ribsskog




2012/1/25 <Jeffrey.LAMB@ec.europa.eu>



Dear Mr
Ribsskog,


I can only repeat my previous reply to you. Additionally,
if the rights you are trying to have recognised
are enshrined in the European Convention on Human Rights, then the
European Court of Human Rights (ECHR) may be approached, provided all
domestic remedies (through the Norwegian legal system) have been
exhausted prior to making such an application. Information on the ECHR
(including information on the circumstances under which an
application may be submitted and the relevant forms) can be found
at:




It should be noted that
the ECHR is an institution of the Council of Europe, a separate organisation
to the European Commission and the other EU
institutions.


Matters of
property ownership are the responsibility of each Member
State and the European Commission does not
have the power to act in this area, except in
cases in which EU law has been breached (such as where discrimination on the
grounds of nationality is alleged - which is not the case here as you are a
Norwegian national seeking a remedy through the Norwegian legal
system)
.




Best regards
Jeff Lamb


Research Assistant

Political Section

Representation of the European
Commission in the UK


Looking for local sources of EU
information? http://www.europe.org.uk/












From: Erik Ribsskog [mailto:eribsskog@gmail.com]

Sent: Tuesday, January 24, 2012 4:57 PM
To: LAMB
Jeffrey (COMM-LONDON)
Cc: gudmundur.einarsson@efta.int
Subject: Re: FW:
Complaint about the Domstoladministrasjonen in Norway/Fwd: Ny oppdatering
til direktør Langbach/Fwd: Oppdatering til direktør Langbach/Fwd: Klage
til direktør Tor Langbach/Fwd: 201100001 Henvendelse vedr
klage




Hi,


I'm not sure if you understand the EEA-agreement?



Acording to it, people should be threated the same, anywhere in the
EEA.



Here I'm not being threated the same, as people living in
Norway.



(Probably since I live in the UK).


By the Norwegian Courts.


The Norwegian Courts aren't excepted from the
EEA-agreement.


So I'd like to please ask you to not give me this non-sense, but
to please escalate this to your supperior.


Regards,


Erik Ribsskog



2012/1/24 <Jeffrey.LAMB@ec.europa.eu>



Dear Mr
Ribsskog,


Jonathan
Scheele has asked me to reply to you.


Property
ownership is not an issue where the EU has any competence to
act. This is a question that must be settled under national law.

I regret
that we are unble to assist or advise you on this
matter.


Best regards
Jeff Lamb


Research Assistant

Political Section

Representation of the European
Commission in the UK


Looking for local sources of EU
information? http://www.europe.org.uk/









From: SCHEELE Jonathan (COMM-LONDON)

Sent: Monday, January 23, 2012 8:24 PM
To: LAMB
Jeffrey (COMM-LONDON)
Subject: Fwd: Complaint about the
Domstoladministrasjonen in Norway/Fwd: Ny oppdatering til direktør
Langbach/Fwd: Oppdatering til direktør Langbach/Fwd: Klage til
direktør Tor Langbach/Fwd: 201100001 Henvendelse vedr
klage



From: Erik Ribsskog <eribsskog@gmail.com>
Date: 23 January
2012 19:38:28 GMT
To: jonathan.scheele@ec.europa.eu
Subject:
Complaint about the Domstoladministrasjonen in Norway/Fwd: Ny
oppdatering til direktør Langbach/Fwd: Oppdatering til direktør
Langbach/Fwd: Klage til direktør Tor Langbach/Fwd: 201100001
Henvendelse vedr klage





Hi,


I'm a Norwegian citizen who has lived in the UK since
2004.



I own a part in a co-owned property in Norway, which I'm trying
to sell.



According to Norwegian law, I have the right to sell my part in
a co-owned property, a lawyer in Norway has told me on the
phone.


I've tried to get the Namsmannen in Røyken and Hurum, to
sell my part in a co-owned property since July/August.



But they have stopped answering me in August.



I then sent to the Domstoladminstrasjonen, who administer the
courts in Norway.


But they to don't reply.


The property in question has a beach, and very fine view to
the Drammens-fjord.



And even a quay, if I remember it right, since my
great-grandfather used to be a fisher-man.



My father, (who later has used phone-terror against me, and who
earlier let me live alone since I was nine years old, so I don't
have contact with him any longer), said once, that there were
paintings by famous Norwegian artist Kittelsen, in that house.



My grand-uncle, Idar Sandersen, (who is 90 years old), lives
there now.


I talked to him on the phone, a couple of years ago, and he
said the famous painter Henrik Sørensen had been a guest in the
house.


The property also have a house to paint in, since my other
grand-uncle, Gunnar Bergstø, was a painter, (from Holmsbu).



So I reacon that this property is worth £1 to 2 million.



And that my share, (which is now around 1/12 but could increase
to 1/9, if I also inherit after Idar Sandersen), is worth from £50k
to £100 k.



I'm unemployed even if I have an IT-degree, (comparable with a
HNP), and have worked as an executive, as a Shop Manager, in
Norway.



I'm also an earlier Home Defence-soldier, from Norway, but I
had to run to the UK, in 2004, because I overheard I was followed by
the mafia'n.



I don't really know who they are, the police wont tell me, and
the Home Office don't let me be a refugee formally in the UK.


I don't have much money, and the Police ambush me
everywhere I go almost, and follow me, and gets me thrown out,
everywhere, it seems to me.


(I've been thrown out five times now, in the UK, since
august, without doing anything wrong, I think).


I could need the money I have in that property, so to get
my own flat in the UK.


So that the Police would perhaps stop harassing me.


The IPCC don't want my e-mails any longer, so they aren't
of any use to me.



My grand-uncle still lives in the house, but he can live there,
even if it's sold, because I need the money now really, and some
buyers are going to patient, I think.



But I don't want to wait for my grand-uncle to die.


I think that's bisare.



So I want to have my rights in Norway, and get my money for
this property.


In Norway they are just using red tape/corruption, in this
case, against me.


I hope you at the British EU-commission can get the
Norwegian courts to give me my rights.


Thanks in advance for any help!

Yours
sincerely,


Erik Ribsskog





---------- Forwarded message
----------
From: Erik Ribsskog
<eribsskog@gmail.com>
Date:
2012/1/14
Subject: Ny oppdatering til direktør Langbach/Fwd:
Oppdatering til direktør Langbach/Fwd: Klage til direktør Tor
Langbach/Fwd: 201100001 Henvendelse vedr klage
To: Postmottak@domstoladministrasjonen.no



Hei,


jeg ble igår kastet ut fra Azalea Lodge, i Sunderland.


Etter å ha klaget på at noen elektrikere hadde vært inne på
rommet mitt der, da jeg kom hjem fra matbutikken, tidligere denne
uken.


Uten noe forvarsel.


Jeg bor nå i et par dager på Scandinavian Church, i
Liverpool, men vet ikke hvordan det blir med bolig, etter
mandag.


(Jeg har bare avtale om å bo her fram til mandag, og skal
da prate med Liverpool Council).



Mvh.

Erik Ribsskog



---------- Forwarded message
----------
From: Erik Ribsskog
<eribsskog@gmail.com>
Date:
2012/1/10
Subject: Oppdatering til direktør Langbach/Fwd: Klage
til direktør Tor Langbach/Fwd: 201100001 Henvendelse vedr
klage
To: Postmottak@domstoladministrasjonen.no



Hei
igjen,


altså, for å forklare litt mer om situasjonen.


Så er det snakk om en eiendom, til mange millioner, (ifølge
slekta mi), pluss innbo, og penger.



Pluss også visstnok muligens malerier av Kittelsen.


Jeg eier 1/18 cirka av denne eiendommen nå.



Idar Sandersen, som er 90 år, bor der ennå.


Men han kan sikkert leve til han er 100 år, hvis jeg skulle
tippe.


Og jeg trenger penger nå, for jeg må bo et hostell i
England, hvor det er elektrikkere inne på rommet mitt, når jeg er i
butikken og sånn.


Uten at jeg får noe forvarsel.



Og hvor de sier at de er veldig tøffe og veldig vennlige.



Så jeg vil heller ha meg et ordentlig sted å bo.


Og jeg har ikke lyst til å vente i ti år på at en gammel
grandonkel skal dø liksom.



Så jeg ønsket å selge gjennom Finn.no og Aftenposten og Drammens Tidende
da.


Noe jeg har rett til, å oppløse et sameie, har en advokat
fortalt meg, (Øvergård, i Hurum).



Men ei som heter Høyseter, hos Drammen Tingrett, hu har ikke
svart på e-postene på snart et halvt år.

Etter at jeg
kontaktet Namsmannen i Røyken og Hurum, for å få oppløst sameie, og
ble bedt av Namsmannen, om å ta det med Høyseter.


Men nå har det gått snart et halvt år, uten at jeg har hørt
noe.


Så jeg anser min del av dette sameie som tapt, grunnet rot
fra Drammen Tingrett.



1/18 høres kanskje ikke så mye ut.


Men det ville nok ha blitt til 1/12 etter at Idar Sandersen
døde.


Og samlet verdi av eiendommen som har fin utsikt og
strandlinje, og muligens også egen kai, (for dette var en
fiskerfamilie i gamle dager), pluss malerier og ateleri, (for min
grandonkel Gunnar Bergstø var maler, og den kjente maler Henrik
Sørensen hadde vært gjest hos dem).



Så hvis dette til sammen er verdt 10-20 millioner da.


Så er min del verdt pluss minus en million da.



(Hvis dette er verdt 18 millioner, så er min del, per dags dato
verdt en million.



Og hvis dette er verdt 12 millioner, så er min del, verdt en
million, antagelig, etter at jeg eventuelt arver noen prosenter av
eiendommen, etter Idar Sandersen og, som jeg arvet etter hans to
brødre, Gunnar og Otto Bergstø).



Mine to onkler Runar og Håkon Mogan Olsen, som begge eier
dobbelt så store deler, som meg, i eiendommen.

De har brutt
kontakten med meg, gjennom Facebook, og Runar sin sønn Ove, de sa
jeg var en 'person non gratia', i slekta.



Jeg måtte bo alene, fra jeg var ni år, og har noen ganger vært
i Holmsbu, og besøkt grandonklene mine der.


Men jeg har altså ikke mer med slekta mi å gjøre.



Og jeg er en flyktning i England, etter å ha overhørt, i Oslo,
at jeg er forfulgt av noe som kalles 'mafian' der, i 2003.


Så jeg ønsker ikke å eie noe sammen med slekta mi.


Jeg vil heller ha penger, som jeg kan bruke på å leie eller
kjøpe en bolig, her i England, hvor jeg driver en nettbutikk osv.,
som jeg har håp om å få til å gå bra, ihvertfall hvis jeg får noen
penger som jeg kan bruke på markedsføring, osv.



Men nå har det vært så mye surr, fra Drammen Tingrett.


Så jeg må nesten regne denne eiendelen min i Bergstø, som
tapt.


Og gå videre.


Så jeg vil nå ha en million kroner, i erstatning, fra
Domstoladministrasjonen.


Dette synes jeg ikke er for mye, siden min far, (som
seinere har kutta meg ut, og som jeg også har anmeldt for
telefonsjikane), har sagt at eiendommen var verdt 'mange millioner',
og det skulle også være malerier etter Kittelsen der.



Så dere kan sende en sjekk på en million kroner, (i erstatning,
pga. rot fra Drammen Tingrett), som kan heves i engelske banker
og/eller postkontor til:


Erik Ribsskog

Azalea Lodge

1-1 Azalea Terrace North

Sunderland

GB-SR2 7ES

Storbritannia



Så glemmer jeg hele det med Bergstø.


Det får dere heller ordne opp med i Norge da, hvordan dere
skal dele opp.


Håper dette er i orden!

Mvh.


Erik Ribsskog





---------- Forwarded message
----------
From: Erik Ribsskog
<eribsskog@gmail.com>
Date:
2012/1/3
Subject: Klage til direktør Tor Langbach/Fwd: 201100001
Henvendelse vedr klage
To: Postmottak@domstoladministrasjonen.no



Hei,


jeg får klage til deg siden din kollega rører fælt her, mener
jeg.


Hvis Drammen Tingrett ikke svarer meg, så er det en sak for
Domstoladministrasjonen, mener jeg.


Jeg får da ikke min arv, og vil ha
erstatning.

Mvh.


Erik Ribsskog





---------- Forwarded message
----------
From: Erik Ribsskog
<eribsskog@gmail.com>
Date:
2012/1/3
Subject: Re: 201100001 Henvendelse vedr klage
To: "DA
(postmottak)" <dapost@domstol.no>


Hei,


det står på deres hjemmesider at:



DA
behandler også erstatningskrav fra personer som mener domstolen har
gjort feil som kan gi krav på erstatning.



Også skriver dere at dere ikke kan gå inn i enkeltsaker.


Det er da det reneste pølsevev og sludder.



Nå får dere helvetes trøndere ta å vaske barten deres litt her
da.


Faens krapyl.


Erik Ribsskog



2012/1/3 DA (postmottak) <dapost@domstol.no>





Domstoladministrasjonen har det
overordnede forvaltningsansvaret for domstolene i Norge. Vi har
ingen myndighet i enkeltsaker, og kan verken vurdere, kommentere
eller gi råd i saker som behandles av domstolene. Vi kan heller
ikke gi uttalelser i forhold til hvordan lovbestemmelser skal
forstås. På denne bakgrunn kan vi dessverre ikke gå inn i din
konkrete sak. Ønsker du å gå videre med saken, må du søke privat
juridisk bistand. På
www.forbrukerportalen.no og www.jus.no er det oversikter over hvor du kan få privat juridisk
bistand, herunder også gratis rådgivning.



<<NOARK.htm>>


Med hilsen

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Karterud

seniorrådgiver
Juridisk enhet
Domstoladministrasjonen

Postboks 5678 Sluppen

7485 Trondheim

Telefon direkte 73 56 70 52
Sentralbord 73 56 70 00

e-post: terje.karterud@domstol.no

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Jeg sendte en ny e-post til EU-kommisjonen




Gmail - FW: Complaint about the Domstoladministrasjonen in Norway/Fwd: Ny oppdatering til direktør Langbach/Fwd: Oppdatering til direktør Langbach/Fwd: Klage til direktør Tor Langbach/Fwd: 201100001 Henvendelse vedr klage










Gmail


Erik Ribsskog
<eribsskog@gmail.com>




FW: Complaint about the Domstoladministrasjonen in Norway/Fwd: Ny oppdatering til direktør Langbach/Fwd: Oppdatering til direktør Langbach/Fwd: Klage til direktør Tor Langbach/Fwd: 201100001 Henvendelse vedr klage











Erik Ribsskog
<eribsskog@gmail.com>



Thu, Jan 26, 2012 at 12:18 PM




To:
Jeffrey.LAMB@ec.europa.eu


Cc:
delegation-norway@eeas.europa.eu


Bcc:
gudmundur.einarsson@efta.int






Hi,

I'm just going to send it to the Norwegian EU-commission.

Since I don't think you understand the Norwegian laws here.

Thanks anyway for the reply!


Regards,

Erik Ribsskog


2012/1/26 <Jeffrey.LAMB@ec.europa.eu>



Dear Mr Ribsskog,


There is nothing more that I can add to my previous
replies, I'm afraid. You may like to contact your country's embassy in the UK to
ask for their advice on how to make progress with your case through the
right channels of your home country.


Best regards
Jeff Lamb


Research Assistant

Political Section

Representation of the European
Commission in the UK


Looking for local sources of EU
information? http://www.europe.org.uk/








From: Erik Ribsskog
[mailto:eribsskog@gmail.com]
Sent: Wednesday, January 25, 2012 9:42
AM

To: LAMB Jeffrey (COMM-LONDON)
Cc:
gudmundur.einarsson@efta.int
Subject: Re: FW: Complaint about the
Domstoladministrasjonen in Norway/Fwd: Ny oppdatering til direktør
Langbach/Fwd: Oppdatering til direktør Langbach/Fwd: Klage til direktør Tor
Langbach/Fwd: 201100001 Henvendelse vedr klage


Hi,


thank you for your answer!



I really wanted to escalate this.


I think this breaches one of the EU's four freedoms.


That is the free movement of people.



If I don't get my rights because I live in the UK, then this is a breach
of the free movement of people-freedom.


I think this is obvious.



This is not private law, this is a law in Norway, which is between the
Government and the citizens, that any citizen can demand to get a co-owned
property sold.



It's called 'oppløsning av sameie'.



I hope this makes it possible to understand.


Best regards,


Erik Ribsskog




2012/1/25 <Jeffrey.LAMB@ec.europa.eu>



Dear Mr
Ribsskog,


I can only repeat my previous reply to you. Additionally,
if the rights you are trying to have recognised
are enshrined in the European Convention on Human Rights, then the
European Court of Human Rights (ECHR) may be approached, provided all
domestic remedies (through the Norwegian legal system) have been
exhausted prior to making such an application. Information on the ECHR
(including information on the circumstances under which an
application may be submitted and the relevant forms) can be found
at:




It should be noted that
the ECHR is an institution of the Council of Europe, a separate organisation
to the European Commission and the other EU
institutions.


Matters of
property ownership are the responsibility of each Member
State and the European Commission does not
have the power to act in this area, except in
cases in which EU law has been breached (such as where discrimination on the
grounds of nationality is alleged - which is not the case here as you are a
Norwegian national seeking a remedy through the Norwegian legal
system)
.




Best regards
Jeff Lamb


Research Assistant

Political Section

Representation of the European
Commission in the UK


Looking for local sources of EU
information? http://www.europe.org.uk/












From: Erik Ribsskog [mailto:eribsskog@gmail.com]

Sent: Tuesday, January 24, 2012 4:57 PM
To: LAMB
Jeffrey (COMM-LONDON)
Cc: gudmundur.einarsson@efta.int
Subject: Re: FW:
Complaint about the Domstoladministrasjonen in Norway/Fwd: Ny oppdatering
til direktør Langbach/Fwd: Oppdatering til direktør Langbach/Fwd: Klage
til direktør Tor Langbach/Fwd: 201100001 Henvendelse vedr
klage




Hi,


I'm not sure if you understand the EEA-agreement?



Acording to it, people should be threated the same, anywhere in the
EEA.



Here I'm not being threated the same, as people living in
Norway.



(Probably since I live in the UK).


By the Norwegian Courts.


The Norwegian Courts aren't excepted from the
EEA-agreement.


So I'd like to please ask you to not give me this non-sense, but
to please escalate this to your supperior.


Regards,


Erik Ribsskog



2012/1/24 <Jeffrey.LAMB@ec.europa.eu>



Dear Mr
Ribsskog,


Jonathan
Scheele has asked me to reply to you.


Property
ownership is not an issue where the EU has any competence to
act. This is a question that must be settled under national law.

I regret
that we are unble to assist or advise you on this
matter.


Best regards
Jeff Lamb


Research Assistant

Political Section

Representation of the European
Commission in the UK


Looking for local sources of EU
information? http://www.europe.org.uk/









From: SCHEELE Jonathan (COMM-LONDON)

Sent: Monday, January 23, 2012 8:24 PM
To: LAMB
Jeffrey (COMM-LONDON)
Subject: Fwd: Complaint about the
Domstoladministrasjonen in Norway/Fwd: Ny oppdatering til direktør
Langbach/Fwd: Oppdatering til direktør Langbach/Fwd: Klage til
direktør Tor Langbach/Fwd: 201100001 Henvendelse vedr
klage



From: Erik Ribsskog <eribsskog@gmail.com>
Date: 23 January
2012 19:38:28 GMT
To: jonathan.scheele@ec.europa.eu
Subject:
Complaint about the Domstoladministrasjonen in Norway/Fwd: Ny
oppdatering til direktør Langbach/Fwd: Oppdatering til direktør
Langbach/Fwd: Klage til direktør Tor Langbach/Fwd: 201100001
Henvendelse vedr klage





Hi,


I'm a Norwegian citizen who has lived in the UK since
2004.



I own a part in a co-owned property in Norway, which I'm trying
to sell.



According to Norwegian law, I have the right to sell my part in
a co-owned property, a lawyer in Norway has told me on the
phone.


I've tried to get the Namsmannen in Røyken and Hurum, to
sell my part in a co-owned property since July/August.



But they have stopped answering me in August.



I then sent to the Domstoladminstrasjonen, who administer the
courts in Norway.


But they to don't reply.


The property in question has a beach, and very fine view to
the Drammens-fjord.



And even a quay, if I remember it right, since my
great-grandfather used to be a fisher-man.



My father, (who later has used phone-terror against me, and who
earlier let me live alone since I was nine years old, so I don't
have contact with him any longer), said once, that there were
paintings by famous Norwegian artist Kittelsen, in that house.



My grand-uncle, Idar Sandersen, (who is 90 years old), lives
there now.


I talked to him on the phone, a couple of years ago, and he
said the famous painter Henrik Sørensen had been a guest in the
house.


The property also have a house to paint in, since my other
grand-uncle, Gunnar Bergstø, was a painter, (from Holmsbu).



So I reacon that this property is worth £1 to 2 million.



And that my share, (which is now around 1/12 but could increase
to 1/9, if I also inherit after Idar Sandersen), is worth from £50k
to £100 k.



I'm unemployed even if I have an IT-degree, (comparable with a
HNP), and have worked as an executive, as a Shop Manager, in
Norway.



I'm also an earlier Home Defence-soldier, from Norway, but I
had to run to the UK, in 2004, because I overheard I was followed by
the mafia'n.



I don't really know who they are, the police wont tell me, and
the Home Office don't let me be a refugee formally in the UK.


I don't have much money, and the Police ambush me
everywhere I go almost, and follow me, and gets me thrown out,
everywhere, it seems to me.


(I've been thrown out five times now, in the UK, since
august, without doing anything wrong, I think).


I could need the money I have in that property, so to get
my own flat in the UK.


So that the Police would perhaps stop harassing me.


The IPCC don't want my e-mails any longer, so they aren't
of any use to me.



My grand-uncle still lives in the house, but he can live there,
even if it's sold, because I need the money now really, and some
buyers are going to patient, I think.



But I don't want to wait for my grand-uncle to die.


I think that's bisare.



So I want to have my rights in Norway, and get my money for
this property.


In Norway they are just using red tape/corruption, in this
case, against me.


I hope you at the British EU-commission can get the
Norwegian courts to give me my rights.


Thanks in advance for any help!

Yours
sincerely,


Erik Ribsskog





---------- Forwarded message
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From: Erik Ribsskog
<eribsskog@gmail.com>
Date:
2012/1/14
Subject: Ny oppdatering til direktør Langbach/Fwd:
Oppdatering til direktør Langbach/Fwd: Klage til direktør Tor
Langbach/Fwd: 201100001 Henvendelse vedr klage
To: Postmottak@domstoladministrasjonen.no



Hei,


jeg ble igår kastet ut fra Azalea Lodge, i Sunderland.


Etter å ha klaget på at noen elektrikere hadde vært inne på
rommet mitt der, da jeg kom hjem fra matbutikken, tidligere denne
uken.


Uten noe forvarsel.


Jeg bor nå i et par dager på Scandinavian Church, i
Liverpool, men vet ikke hvordan det blir med bolig, etter
mandag.


(Jeg har bare avtale om å bo her fram til mandag, og skal
da prate med Liverpool Council).



Mvh.

Erik Ribsskog



---------- Forwarded message
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From: Erik Ribsskog
<eribsskog@gmail.com>
Date:
2012/1/10
Subject: Oppdatering til direktør Langbach/Fwd: Klage
til direktør Tor Langbach/Fwd: 201100001 Henvendelse vedr
klage
To: Postmottak@domstoladministrasjonen.no



Hei
igjen,


altså, for å forklare litt mer om situasjonen.


Så er det snakk om en eiendom, til mange millioner, (ifølge
slekta mi), pluss innbo, og penger.



Pluss også visstnok muligens malerier av Kittelsen.


Jeg eier 1/18 cirka av denne eiendommen nå.



Idar Sandersen, som er 90 år, bor der ennå.


Men han kan sikkert leve til han er 100 år, hvis jeg skulle
tippe.


Og jeg trenger penger nå, for jeg må bo et hostell i
England, hvor det er elektrikkere inne på rommet mitt, når jeg er i
butikken og sånn.


Uten at jeg får noe forvarsel.



Og hvor de sier at de er veldig tøffe og veldig vennlige.



Så jeg vil heller ha meg et ordentlig sted å bo.


Og jeg har ikke lyst til å vente i ti år på at en gammel
grandonkel skal dø liksom.



Så jeg ønsket å selge gjennom Finn.no og Aftenposten og Drammens Tidende
da.


Noe jeg har rett til, å oppløse et sameie, har en advokat
fortalt meg, (Øvergård, i Hurum).



Men ei som heter Høyseter, hos Drammen Tingrett, hu har ikke
svart på e-postene på snart et halvt år.

Etter at jeg
kontaktet Namsmannen i Røyken og Hurum, for å få oppløst sameie, og
ble bedt av Namsmannen, om å ta det med Høyseter.


Men nå har det gått snart et halvt år, uten at jeg har hørt
noe.


Så jeg anser min del av dette sameie som tapt, grunnet rot
fra Drammen Tingrett.



1/18 høres kanskje ikke så mye ut.


Men det ville nok ha blitt til 1/12 etter at Idar Sandersen
døde.


Og samlet verdi av eiendommen som har fin utsikt og
strandlinje, og muligens også egen kai, (for dette var en
fiskerfamilie i gamle dager), pluss malerier og ateleri, (for min
grandonkel Gunnar Bergstø var maler, og den kjente maler Henrik
Sørensen hadde vært gjest hos dem).



Så hvis dette til sammen er verdt 10-20 millioner da.


Så er min del verdt pluss minus en million da.



(Hvis dette er verdt 18 millioner, så er min del, per dags dato
verdt en million.



Og hvis dette er verdt 12 millioner, så er min del, verdt en
million, antagelig, etter at jeg eventuelt arver noen prosenter av
eiendommen, etter Idar Sandersen og, som jeg arvet etter hans to
brødre, Gunnar og Otto Bergstø).



Mine to onkler Runar og Håkon Mogan Olsen, som begge eier
dobbelt så store deler, som meg, i eiendommen.

De har brutt
kontakten med meg, gjennom Facebook, og Runar sin sønn Ove, de sa
jeg var en 'person non gratia', i slekta.



Jeg måtte bo alene, fra jeg var ni år, og har noen ganger vært
i Holmsbu, og besøkt grandonklene mine der.


Men jeg har altså ikke mer med slekta mi å gjøre.



Og jeg er en flyktning i England, etter å ha overhørt, i Oslo,
at jeg er forfulgt av noe som kalles 'mafian' der, i 2003.


Så jeg ønsker ikke å eie noe sammen med slekta mi.


Jeg vil heller ha penger, som jeg kan bruke på å leie eller
kjøpe en bolig, her i England, hvor jeg driver en nettbutikk osv.,
som jeg har håp om å få til å gå bra, ihvertfall hvis jeg får noen
penger som jeg kan bruke på markedsføring, osv.



Men nå har det vært så mye surr, fra Drammen Tingrett.


Så jeg må nesten regne denne eiendelen min i Bergstø, som
tapt.


Og gå videre.


Så jeg vil nå ha en million kroner, i erstatning, fra
Domstoladministrasjonen.


Dette synes jeg ikke er for mye, siden min far, (som
seinere har kutta meg ut, og som jeg også har anmeldt for
telefonsjikane), har sagt at eiendommen var verdt 'mange millioner',
og det skulle også være malerier etter Kittelsen der.



Så dere kan sende en sjekk på en million kroner, (i erstatning,
pga. rot fra Drammen Tingrett), som kan heves i engelske banker
og/eller postkontor til:


Erik Ribsskog

Azalea Lodge

1-1 Azalea Terrace North

Sunderland

GB-SR2 7ES

Storbritannia



Så glemmer jeg hele det med Bergstø.


Det får dere heller ordne opp med i Norge da, hvordan dere
skal dele opp.


Håper dette er i orden!

Mvh.


Erik Ribsskog





---------- Forwarded message
----------
From: Erik Ribsskog
<eribsskog@gmail.com>
Date:
2012/1/3
Subject: Klage til direktør Tor Langbach/Fwd: 201100001
Henvendelse vedr klage
To: Postmottak@domstoladministrasjonen.no



Hei,


jeg får klage til deg siden din kollega rører fælt her, mener
jeg.


Hvis Drammen Tingrett ikke svarer meg, så er det en sak for
Domstoladministrasjonen, mener jeg.


Jeg får da ikke min arv, og vil ha
erstatning.

Mvh.


Erik Ribsskog





---------- Forwarded message
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From: Erik Ribsskog
<eribsskog@gmail.com>
Date:
2012/1/3
Subject: Re: 201100001 Henvendelse vedr klage
To: "DA
(postmottak)" <dapost@domstol.no>


Hei,


det står på deres hjemmesider at:



DA
behandler også erstatningskrav fra personer som mener domstolen har
gjort feil som kan gi krav på erstatning.



Også skriver dere at dere ikke kan gå inn i enkeltsaker.


Det er da det reneste pølsevev og sludder.



Nå får dere helvetes trøndere ta å vaske barten deres litt her
da.


Faens krapyl.


Erik Ribsskog



2012/1/3 DA (postmottak) <dapost@domstol.no>





Domstoladministrasjonen har det
overordnede forvaltningsansvaret for domstolene i Norge. Vi har
ingen myndighet i enkeltsaker, og kan verken vurdere, kommentere
eller gi råd i saker som behandles av domstolene. Vi kan heller
ikke gi uttalelser i forhold til hvordan lovbestemmelser skal
forstås. På denne bakgrunn kan vi dessverre ikke gå inn i din
konkrete sak. Ønsker du å gå videre med saken, må du søke privat
juridisk bistand. På
www.forbrukerportalen.no og www.jus.no er det oversikter over hvor du kan få privat juridisk
bistand, herunder også gratis rådgivning.



<<NOARK.htm>>


Med hilsen

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Karterud

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Juridisk enhet
Domstoladministrasjonen

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7485 Trondheim

Telefon direkte 73 56 70 52
Sentralbord 73 56 70 00

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Jeg sendte en ny e-post til Tesco




Gmail - Email to Chief Executive's office ref.11922637










Gmail


Erik Ribsskog
<eribsskog@gmail.com>




Email to Chief Executive's office ref.11922637











Erik Ribsskog
<eribsskog@gmail.com>



Thu, Jan 26, 2012 at 11:28 AM




To:
ceo.customerservice@tesco.co.uk






Hi,

thanks for your reply!

It's really not my business I guess, but I'm just curious since I used to work as a Shop Manager.

So this is kind of my field then.


And it can also be a bit strange, as a customer, in a food-shop, if the staff are wearing private clothes, I think.

One would expect them to wear a uniform, or else one sometimes can't be sure if it is Tesco-staff or an imposter, who is talking to you, in the shop.


Thanks again for the reply!

Best regards,

Erik Ribsskog



On Thu, Jan 26, 2012 at 11:05 AM, <ceo.customerservice@tesco.co.uk> wrote:



Dear Mr Ribsskog



Thank you for your response.



I was sorry to learn that you have noticed members of staff wearing private clothing in our Liverpool One store. Please accept my apologies for any disappointment caused.



Please be assured that I am investigating this matter also, and will be back in touch with an update shortly.



Thank you once more for your patience in the meantime.



Kind Regards





Ryan Fitzpatrick

Customer Service Executive



Tesco Logo



.................. Original Message ..................



To: ceo.customerservice@tesco.co.uk

From: eribsskog@gmail.com

Received: 21/01/2012





Subject: Fwd: Update/Fwd: Email to Chief Executive's office ref.11922637



Hi,



by the way.



(Since I have your e-mail address).



I was at Tesco Supershop Liverpool One today.



And I paid in the automated check-outs, (as usual).



And the woman there, (around 20 years old, I think).



She wasn't wearing a Tesco-uniform.



I'm used to working as a Shop Manager in Norway, (in the chain Rimi), so I

wondered a bit about this.



Because in Rimi we had to wear Rimi-uniforms.



(Except on Rimi Karlsrud, in Oslo, at Christmas, when Magne Winnem was

manager there.



They were supposed to dress in fine-looking private clothes, on Christmas,

I remember).



How is this at Tesco, I was wondering.



I sometimes see Tesco-staff in Liverpool wearing private clothes.



This seems a bit odd to me. so I thought I'd just ask out of curiosity,

while I was contacting you.



Hope this is alright!



Yours sincerely,



Erik Ribsskog





---------- Forwarded message ----------

From: Erik Ribsskog <eribsskog@gmail.com>

Date: Tue, Jan 17, 2012 at 12:07 PM

Subject: Update/Fwd: Email to Chief Executive's office ref.11922637

To: ceo.customerservice@tesco.co.uk





Hi,



sorry, the date should be 7/1.



Regards,



Erik Ribsskog





---------- Forwarded message ----------

From: Erik Ribsskog <eribsskog@gmail.com>

Date: Tue, Jan 17, 2012 at 12:03 PM

Subject: Re: Email to Chief Executive's office ref.11922637

To: ceo.customerservice@tesco.co.uk





Hi,



the date of the transaction was Saturday 14/1.



And the amount was: £1.37.



I shopped in one of the automated check-outs.



It was in the afternoon.



I used my RBS-card, when I paid, so I think that RBS probably would know

the time of this transaction, etc., in more detail.



Best regards,



Erik Ribsskog







On Tue, Jan 17, 2012 at 11:53 AM, <ceo.customerservice@tesco.co.uk> wrote:



> **

> Dear Mr Ribsskog

>

> Thank you for your reply. I appreciate that you do not have the relevant

> details to hand at present.

>

> You may forward the transaction details to me at your own convenience, and

> I will duly ask the Store Manager to investigate.

>

> Thank you once more for taking the time to write to our Chief Executive's

> office. I look forward to your reply.

>

>

> Kind Regards

>

>

> Ryan Fitzpatrick

> Customer Service Executive

>

> [image: Tesco Logo]

>

> .................. Original Message ..................

>

> To: ceo.customerservice@tesco.co.uk

> From: eribsskog@gmail.com

> Received: 13/01/2012

>

>

>

> Subject: Re: Email to Chief Executive's office ref.11922637

>

> Hi,

>

> well I was thrown out from the hostell now so this could take some time.

>

> Regards,

>

> Erik Ribsskog

>

>

> On 1/13/12, ceo.customerservice@tesco.co.uk

> <ceo.customerservice@tesco.co.uk> wrote:

> > Dear Mr Ribsskog

> >

> > Thank you for your response. I appreciate that you would like an

> explanation

> > as to why the fault occurred.

> >

> > To this end, I would be grateful if you could send me the transaction

> > details listed on your receipt.

> >

> > Upon receiving these details, I will ask the Store Manager to check the

> > specific transaction. Should he be able to ascertain what went wrong on

> this

> > occasion, I will advise you accordingly.

> >

> > Please accept my apologies for any further inconvenience this may cause.

> >

> > Thank you once for taking the time and trouble to write to our Chief

> > Executive's office.

> >

> > Kind Regards

> >

> > Ryan Fitzpatrick

> > Customer Service Executive

> >

> > .................. Original Message ..................

> >

> > To: ceo.customerservice@tesco.co.uk

> > From: eribsskog@gmail.com

> > Received: 12/01/2012

> >

> > Subject: Re: johan mjallby

> >

> > Hi,

> >

> > thank you for your e-mail.

> >

> > I think it also would be fine if you investigated what happened.

> >

> > I understand from working as a Shop Manager that the

> > bank-card-payment-machine-system isn't unique for Tesco Metro Bridges

> > Sunderland.

> >

> > But that this payment-system probably is the same around the UK, in

> Tesco,

> > (and probably other shops).

> >

> > It isn't any fun to suddently stand in the shop, and not being able to

> buy

> > food, even if one have money on one's bank-account.

> >

> > In this incident I had exactly the amount the goods costed.

> >

> > On my bank-account-balance.

> >

> > So I think that system could have a bug if one buy goods so that ones

> > balance is exactly £0.00 after one have paid.

> >

> > Then I suspect it could be a bug, on that system.

> >

> > Eigther that or you have a 'Bin Ladenish gnome' somewhere at Tesco or RBS

> > who mess with payments.

> >

> > I also send a copy e-mail to RBS in case they know more about what could

> > have caused the error.

> >

> > Thanks again for the help!

> >

> > Best regards,

> >

> > Erik Ribsskog

> >

> > On Thu, Jan 12, 2012 at 10:02 AM, <ceo.customerservice@tesco.co.uk>

> wrote:

> >

> >> **

> >> Dear Mr Ribsskog

> >>

> >> Thank you for your reply. I am grateful to you for providing your new

> >> address details.

> >>

> >> Please be assured that I have posted your Moneycard today. It should

> >> arrive within the next few days.

> >>

> >> I trust this will resolve the matter to your satisfaction.

> >>

> >> Thank you once more for taking the time and trouble to write to our

> Chief

> >> Executive's office.

> >>

> >>

> >> Kind Regards

> >>

> >>

> >> Ryan Fitzpatrick

> >> Customer Service Executive

> >>

> >>

> >> [image: Tesco Logo]

> >>

> >> .................. Original Message ..................

> >>

> >> To: ceo.customerservice@tesco.co.uk

> >> From: eribsskog@gmail.com

> >> Received: 11/01/2012

> >>

> >>

> >>

> >> Subject: Re: Email to Chief Executive's office ref.11922637

> >>

> >> Hi,

> >>

> >> my new address is:

> >>

> >> Erik Ribsskog

> >> Azalea Lodge

> >> 1-2 Azalea Terracce North

> >> Sunderland

> >> SR2 7ES

> >>

> >> I overheard I was followed by some 'mafian', in Oslo, in 2003 and 2004,

> >> and

> >> moved to the UK to study at the University of Sunderland, in 2004, but

> >> then

> >> I got problems with the study-loan-bank in Norway, and this lead

> >> eventually

> >> to that I went back to Norway, in 2005, and worked for free with

> >> lumberjack-work, on some relatives farm, because my uncle have been in a

> >> motorcycle-accident and can't do much work like that.

> >>

> >> When I had cleaned up most of the farm-forrest-area, then a team showed

> >> up,

> >> who try to murder me, I then ran to the UK again, and ended up in

> >> Liverpool, where the Police just told me to 'come back if something

> >> happes'.

> >>

> >> And this was in 2005, and this is really where it is still.

> >>

> >> So I don't really know very much about what's going on, since noone

> tells

> >> me anything.

> >>

> >> Regards,

> >>

> >> Erik Ribsskog

> >>

> >>

> >> On Tue, Jan 10, 2012 at 9:30 AM, <ceo.customerservice@tesco.co.uk>

> wrote:

> >>

> >> > **

> >> > Dear Mr Ribsskog

> >> >

> >> > Thank you for your email to our Chief Executive’s office, to which I

> >> > have

> >> > been asked to respond.

> >> >

> >> > I was concerned to learn that your card was initially not accepted at

> >> > our

> >> > Sunderland Metro store, but you were subsequently charged. I can

> >> appreciate

> >> > how disappointing this must be, and would like to apologise for any

> >> > inconvenience caused.

> >> >

> >> > I have discussed the matter with the Store Manager, who was equally

> >> > concerned to learn of your complaint. He was regrettably unable to

> >> explain

> >> > why this occurred, but has assured me that he will remain vigilant

> with

> >> > respect to this, and take corrective action should it occur again.

> >> >

> >> > In the meantime, I have sent you a £10 Tesco Moneycard, by way of an

> >> > apology. I trust you will accept this with my best wishes.

> >> >

> >> > Thank you for taking the time and trouble to write to our Chief

> >> > Executive’s office.

> >> >

> >> > Kind Regards

> >> >

> >> >

> >> > Ryan Fitzpatrick

> >> > Customer Service Executive

> >> >

> >> > [image: Tesco Logo]

> >> >

> >> > .................. Original Message ..................

> >> >

> >> > To: ceo.customerservice@tesco.co.uk

> >> > From: eribsskog@gmail.com

> >> > Received: 07/01/2012

> >> >

> >> >

> >> > Subject: Problems with RBS-card/Fwd: Email to Chief Executive's office

> >> > ref.11922637

> >> >

> >> > Hi,

> >> >

> >> > since August, I've been thrown out, in an unfair court-case, in

> >> Liverpool.

> >> >

> >> > I now live in Sunderland.

> >> >

> >> > About an hour ago, I was at your Tesco Metro-shop, in the Bridges

> >> shopping

> >> > centre, in Sunderland.

> >> >

> >> > I shopped for £1.37, (since I also was at Iceland, I have to admit).

> >> >

> >> > But the machine didn't accept my card.

> >> >

> >> > When I got home now, I checked my online banking.

> >> >

> >> > And I can see that my RBS-account have been charged for £1.37.

> >> >

> >> > So I think your system might have a bug.

> >> >

> >> > Something like that.

> >> >

> >> > Could you please compensate me for the money I lost and my time, I was

> >> > wondering.

> >> >

> >> > Thanks in advance for any help!

> >> >

> >> > Yours sincerely,

> >> >

> >> > Erik Ribsskog

> >> >

> >> >

> >> > ---------- Forwarded message ----------

> >> > From: Erik Ribsskog <eribsskog@gmail.com>

> >> > Date: Mon, Aug 15, 2011 at 4:14 PM

> >> > Subject: Re: Email to Chief Executive's office ref.11922637

> >> > To: ceo.customerservice@tesco.co.uk

> >> >

> >> >

> >> > Ok,

> >> >

> >> > then I undestand.

> >> >

> >> > Unfortunately, Liverpool County Court still drags people to their

> court,

> >> > even during a riot, I didn't go, since I haden't prepared for the

> >> meeting,

> >> > since I hadn't gotten a letter regarding a hearing, from them.

> >> >

> >> > So it's possible I'm not going to be shopping in that shop any longer,

> >> > if

> >> > I'm being thrown out.

> >> >

> >> > Thank you very much for informing about this.

> >> >

> >> > Maybe the shop should have had a poster on it, informing about this,

> >> > with

> >> > the 7 PM closing-time, I'm wondering, (since I used to work as a Shop

> >> > Manager in Norway, I wonder about th



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