American documentary ‘Presumed Guilty’ that uncovers problems with Swiss justice to be presented and distributed in Switzerland

(PR NewsChannel) / August 10, 2016 / GENEVA, Switzerland 

Photo gallery - Presumed Guilty“Presumed Guilty,” the film directed by American Jijo Reed and produced by U.S. based Sugar Studios LA, will be screened for the first time in Geneva, Switzerland on August 25th at 12.00 pm in Ciné 17 Theatre.

“Presumed Guilty” is an award-winning documentary that exposes new allegations of Swiss prosecutorial misconduct in the case connected with Belgian Jacques de Groote, 89, a former high ranking representative of the International Monetary Fund (IMF) and World Bank.

The case known as “MUS affaire” involves not only Swiss prosecutors, IMF, World Bank representatives and globally recognized politicians (i.e. former U.S. President George H.W. Bush), but also global business structures like the Carlyle Group. The story involves capitalization of unique historical opportunities brought by economic transition in Central Europe after the fall of Communism in the 90s and billion dollar fines Swiss authorities imposed on Central European entrepreneurs.

The filmmakers shed light on the discrepancy between how some historical facts were presented and trivialized by the Swiss prosecutors and how things were in reality.

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