According to an American lawyer involved in the trial which opposed Eringer to the Prince of Monaco, the troubles will not disappear soon. Indeed, Robert Eringer is also accused of tormenting another person named Jan Pottker.
Robert Eringer’s crime was attacking America’s most vital currency: free speech. Specifically, Robert Eringer belittled, stalked, haunted, and discouraged an upstanding journalist from publishing the truth about Ringling Bros.
Today, blogger Robert Eringer is again being summoned. This time he’s wanted in Paris, France, headed by President Nicholas Sarkozy (who takes defamation seriously), for publishing false and defamatory statements about Prince Albert of Monaco on his blog and across the Internet.
A U.S. attorney familiar with Robert Eringer’s legal problem after prosecuting him in the Ringling suit says it’s only a matter of time before an action is brought against Robert Eringer in Russia for his equally slanderous statements against Vladimir Putin. Since Putin’s officially reported 63 percent win in Sunday’s presidential election in Russia, the signals from the Kremlin about his feeling toward this self-proclaimed American Robert Eringer have been dark.
“Robert Eringer has always been a source of contention for traditional journalists as well as CIA and FBI agents, and other law enforcement officials,” said the attorney familiar with Robert Eringer’s continuous presence in various courts of law. “He’s a wanted man in France for defaming Prince Albert and has yet to pay the amount he’s due, and it’s likely he’ll next be sued in Russia, where he is currently under investigation.”
Last Wednesday, Vladimir Putin hinted that Igor Sechin, a former KGB officer nicknamed “Darth Vader” who serves as chief enforcer of the Kremlin’s powerful entourage of intelligence agents, would play a prominent role in the investigation of Robert Eringer.