For Mr. Robert Heidemann: Munich Police robbed Serbian National treasure – YUGO-DADA paintings worth 300-500.000e

Kategorie: QuestionsFor Mr. Robert Heidemann: Munich Police robbed Serbian National treasure – YUGO-DADA paintings worth 300-500.000e
Vladimir Eric asked 4 Monaten ago

Dear Madame,
I have contacted you with a single goal: hoping that you will publish the truth about inadmissible and illegal confiscation of a part of my art collection (consisting of certified National treasure). The pieces were taken from one Munich auction house, almost 4 years ago, with no indictment filed, or any other information provided.
I am in a position of many material proofs of the paintings’ origin, material age and structure, but also proofs of the complete procedure taken by Munich police being conducted in spite of the law. 
I will also provide you with all details of the full identity of participants of this unfortunate event: starting with myself, the auctioneer that the items were seized from, and many other actors.
Trusting that you are highly interested in the truth, and free journalism, I hope to achieve this event made public – as removing an extremely rare collection of Yugoslavian Dadaist work from the public scene, denying access to it to its lawful owner is simply a fist in the eye of the World of Art.
If you are interested in this story, do let me know. I am willing to share each and every document (authenticity claims, laboratory tests, participants correspondence and etc.) – with no other agenda in my mind, or no additional terms, but only with an honest desire to see a story of such a disgraceful act released to the general public.

Thankful for your time, and hoping to hear from you soon,
Sava Saronjic,
Art Collector
+381 63 391970
ssaronjic@gmail.com
59 Cvijiceva st,
11000
Belgrade
Serbia
P.S.
You can respond directly to me, or to any of the two associates of mine (mentioned in CC).
Mr. Nenad Stojic (stojicnesa@gmail.com)  is my long-term partner, and art collector for a few decades, and
Mr. Vladimir Eric (murallez@gmail.com) is a bit more tech-savvy than the two of us, also responsible for English translations.