Events of the year 1991
March 1 and 2, 1991: A medical conference is planned in Burgau Castle, where Germanische Heilkunde® is supposed to be verified. In the background (Routil to Krainer, Kenner to the Ministry of Health), however, steps are taken to prevent this.
1991: In Germany, the Scharpf parents escape from chemotherapy with their child Katharina. The father takes refuge with his child in the US; but it turns out to be a trap - Prof. Hanno Beck describes what happened in his book "Krebs ist heilbar": "Der letzte Stand: Die Perfektion der Erkenntnisunterdrückung. Das Beispiel der kleinen Katharina."
Once again, this case illustrates how an apparently centralized media mafia suppresses the facts: the Scharpf parents had told hundreds of journalists and reporters that Dr. Hamer's book was one of the main reasons for their decision against a further chemotherapy round for their daughter. Besides other material, Mrs. Scharpf copied also a letter of Dr. Hamer, which he had written to the responsible judge Dr. Göppner. In vain!
1991: "Plaster splint trial", for giving away a plaster splint to a boy with a fractured knee. Dr. Hamer is sentenced to 4 months probation.
November 13-15, 1991: After 13 years, the trial against the gunman Savoy finally takes place in France. Although he confesses, the prince gets acquitted - "when in doubt, rule for the accused"! The Hamer family writes a press release before and after the trial. Prof. Michel Olmer (Marseille) blames the family for "unacceptable" behavior. Dr. Hamer appeals against the verdict against Victor Emanuel of Savoy.