Crime report sent by email, to among other people, Nicole Belloubet, François Molins, Rémy Heitz, Hélène Davo, and Emmanuel Macron
Vincent B. Le Corre
Subject: Report of Crimes
Date sent: January 25, 2019, at 00:44 (China Standard Time)
To: Nicole Belloubet, François Molins, among other people
Cc: Rémy Heitz, Hélène Davo, Emmanuel Macron, among other people
On January 25, 2019, at 00h44 (China Standard Time), I sent an email to, among other people, Nicole Belloubet, François Molins, Rémy Heitz, Hélène Davo, and Emmanuel Macron. In this email, I alerted them about the critical dysfunctions of the French judicial system. I also provided 7 concrete examples of the serious crime of faux en écriture publique, the falsification/doctoring/altering/forging of a court/public/official/legal document/decision, under articles 441-1 and 441-4 of the French criminal code.
I alerted that there are at least several billion euros in fines to be imposed on the McDonald’s group, based on the European Directive 2005/29/EC for aggressive commercial practices, up to 10% of the turnover.
I gave them a very detailed example of a serious, and covert, fraud:
The example is similar to the one I would later explain to Constant Méheut, a journalist at The New York Times, who would affirm that he understood well the fraud committed by McDonald’s:
I reminded them that the first crime report I sent to the Public Prosecutor, who was then François Molins, in what I now know constitutes, in the United States, a criminal RICO case, was illegally dismissed on the ludicrous grounds that McDonald’s hadn’t committed any infractions.
I unequivocally explained that the magistrate who dismissed the complaint is either dangerously incompetent or corrupted.
To gain a clearer understanding of the sequence of events in this case, I invite you to view a detailed timeline at the following link:
This timeline provides a comprehensive overview of the key milestones and developments.