State prosecutor investigating Secretary-General of the Society for Threatened Peoples (STP) and the Society for Threatened Peoples International for embezzlement

Since 2012, german state prosecutor’s are investigating Tilman Zülch, the Secretary-General of two organizations, the Society for Threatened Peoples (STP) and the Society for Threatened Peoples International (STPI), for embezzlement of money. The organization’s former board of directors chair and vice chair had uncovered evidence of financial irregularities, which had prompted them to file charges against Tilman Zülch.

The accused is alleged that he enriched himself at the expense of the organization’s assets, as state prosecutor Frank-Michael Laue declared. In addition, Tilman Zülch is accused of having given money to other individuals and therefore to have harmed the organization.

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One Response to State prosecutor investigating Secretary-General of the Society for Threatened Peoples (STP) and the Society for Threatened Peoples International for embezzlement

  1. B. Anthony says:

    I think basically the STP started as a good organisation. But success lures people into overestimating themselves. They forget, that a humanrights organisation is there to help the harrassed. When the orgaisation gets bigger, they start harrassing their employees. They use the same tactics within the society which they criticize outside the society. Keeping the show going on is then more important than working for justice. Working for funds seems to get the upper hand. This is what I think happens. Did this happen in the STP? The people who work there would know best. They should speak out!
    Was money embezzeled? Is the organisation a victim of false charges? Let them publish their accounts in some news-paper, so that all concerned have an insight and judge for themselves. Sounds crazy but could silence the critics.

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