Airline pilot cleared of role in 9/11

Airline pilot cleared of role in 9/11 after 'nine years of hell'

Lotfi Raissi eligible for up to £2m compensation after wrongful imprisonment and damage to health

Lotfi RaissiLotfi Raissi outside the high court in 2008. Photograph: Stefan Rousseau/PA

The pilot falsely accused of training the hijackers responsible for the 9/11 terrorist attacks has won his almost decade-long miscarriage of justice battle.

Lotfi Raissi, an Algerian living in Britain who lost his career as an airline pilot, suffered wrongful imprisonment and damage to his health, will now be eligible for up to £2m compensation.

Raissi became the first person to be accused of participating in the 2001 attack in New York and Washington. He was held for five months in Belmarsh high security prison in London and told he would be charged with conspiracy and murder in the US where he could face the death penalty.

Today he described the last nine years as "hell" but said he was delighted with the decision by Jack Straw, the justice secretary. "I have suffered such a great injustice, I'm grateful for this verdict. They took almost 10 years of my life and now I'm starting to breathe again."

He added: "I've been exonerated, not just by a court, but by the British government. Now I can turn the page, but I can never forgive them for what they did."

Raissi's solicitor, Jules Carey, said: "The ministry of justice has formally notified me that the justice secretary has found that Mr Raissi is 'completely exonerated' of the allegations of terrorism. The allegations of terrorism were utterly ruinous to him both personally and professionally."

Carey said the decision to compensate Raissi on the grounds of "exoneration" rather than "serious default" by a public authority was "extremely unfortunate" as it meant that mistakes made by the CPS and the Metropolitan police in the case, identified by the court of appeal in 2008, would now not be investigated.

James Welch, legal director at human rights charity Liberty, said: "The shabby treatment of this innocent man is a chilling reminder of why we all need the protection of the courts."

Raissi's arrest, at his home in Colnbrook, Berkshire, 10 days after the 9/11 attacks, followed an extradition request from the FBI. In court, where he awaited extradition to the US on a holding charge, he was described by British lawyers representing the US as one of the lead instructors of the four hijackers.

A judge threw the case out in 2002 and said there was no evidence against him. Since then, Raissi has sought an apology. In 2008, in a judgment that exonerated him, three court of appeal judges condemned the Met and the CPS for abusing the court process, presenting false allegations and not disclosing evidence.

Today, a Ministry of Justice spokesman said: "After careful consideration of all the relevant material available to him, the justice secretary, Jack Straw, has notified Mr Raissi that he is eligible for compensation."

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La guerre du Vietnam

Ðiện Biên Phủ et la guerre du Vietnam

Le peuple vietnamien avait déjà dû mener une longue guerre d’indépendance contre la France, de 1945 à 1954. À la fin de cette guerre d’Indochine, qui se termina pour les Français par la déroute de Dien Bien Phu, l’effort militaire français était financé par les États-Unis. En effet, ceux-ci voulaient mettre à mal les anciens empires coloniaux. Mais ils ne voulaient pas que cela fasse le jeu de l’URSS, vers laquelle les nationalistes vietnamiens regardaient.
Les troupes américaines prirent progressivement le relais de la France. J.F. Kennedy envoya plusieurs milliers de prétendus « conseillers militaires » ; il y en avait 16 000 quand il fut assassiné. Ensuite, Johnson – qui, en raison de l’hostilité de la population à la guerre, fit campagne comme le candidat de la « paix » -, puis Nixon – qui promit une « paix honorable », envoyèrent toujours plus de soldats. En 1968, il y en avait plus de 500 000, pour combattre une guérilla qui était censée être minoritaire. Les États-Unis y mirent toute leur technologie, tous leurs moyens militaires. Ils cherchèrent à mobiliser la population américaine. Ils déversèrent sur ce petit pays plus de deux fois plus de bombes qu’il n’en avait été largué par la totalité des belligérants pendant toute la Seconde Guerre mondiale. L’aviation américaine utilisa des quantités d’armes chimiques, notamment des défoliants, comme l’agent orange, dont la dioxine a empoisonné quatre millions de Vietnamiens. En tout, peut-être un million de combattants vietnamiens et quatre millions de civils ont perdu la vie dans cette guerre, dont la population paye encore le prix aujourd’hui.


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Palestina: Loss of the Land 1946-2000

Jan Boeykens

Palestina: Loss of the Land 1946-2000
Don't forget to spread the word.



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J’aime le voile…

J’aime les femmes avec un foulard et… je déteste les hommes qui gardent le silence sur le génocide en Palestine.

J’aime mon frère Jimmy pour ses idées brillantes et sa poésie pétillante.

J’ai beaucoup aimé ma mère qui a été obligée de porter le voile dans l’église.

Les autorités ne parlent que du voile pour cacher leurs crimes.
Ils utilisent le débat sur le foulard pour cacher leur vrai visage.


Image: Jimmy Ab’kdr sur  ”LE SAVOIR EST UNE ARME…

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L’acharnement politique visant à interdire le voile intégral démontre l’obsession de nos « élites » à vouloir s’immiscer dans les sphères les plus intimes de notre quotidien afin de formater nos mœurs.



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Buy cement for Gaza!

Achetez du ciment pour Gaza: Un sac 5 £

Thank you for your generousityinbuying this cement. As cement is banned from Gaza, peoplehave yet to start rebuilding theirhomes.Your donation of cement willhelp them start to rebuild their future. Once again, thanks you for your support. Viva Palestina



Journey to Gaza/ Un magnifique journal du voyage /Viva Palestina 
By brother Shoukat Qureshi 


Gaza Aid Convoy to Ireland

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Democracy and tyranny: where is the difference?

McCain Proposes Indefinite Detention Without Trial for Citizens

John McCain

Senator John McCain (R-Ariz.) has introduced a bill that would allow the President to imprison an unlimited number of American citizens (as well as foreigners) indefinitely without trial. Known as The Enemy Belligerent Interrogation, Detention, and Prosecution Act of 2010, or S. 3081, the bill authorizes the President to deny a detainee a trial by jury simply by designating that person an “enemy belligerent.”

The bill, which has eight cosponsors, explicitly names U.S. citizens as among those who can be detained indefinitely without trial:

An individual, including a citizen of the United States, determined to be an unprivileged enemy belligerent ... may be detained without criminal charges and without trial for the duration of hostilities against the United States or its coalition partners in which the individual has engaged, or which the individual has purposely and materially supported, consistent with the law of war and any authorization for the use of military force provided by Congress pertaining to such hostilities.


Photo of John McCain

democracy, tyranny, imprisonment, without trial, senator John McCain
Democracy and tyranny: where is the difference?

3000 Days in Guantánamo


No More Secrets-Respect Article 53000 Days in Guantánamo: Shaker Aamer Protest at 10 
Downing Street, Saturday April 24, 2010 - Please join Victoria Brittain, Yvonne Ridley, Martin Linton MP, myself, members of the Save Shaker Aamer Camaign and others in asking Gordon Brown to get Shaker back to his wife and family before the election:
At 12 noon on Saturday April 24, 2010, the Save Shaker Aamer Campaign is holding a protest opposite 10 Downing Street to mark a sad occasion — 3000 days since British resident Shaker Aamer, who was cleared for release from Guantánamo in 2007, first arrived at the prison.

Andy Worthington on http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=738143803

Andy Worthington Discusses “Guantánamo Habeas Week” with Peter B. Collins:
http://www.andyworthington.co.uk/2010/04/22/andy-worthington-discusses-guantanamo-habeas-week-with-peter-b-collins/2 seconds ago ·  


Urgent appeal for the UK to offer refuge to Ahmed

Urgent appeal for the UK to offer refuge to Ahmed 
Belbacha, an Algerian in Guantánamo - Please send a letter to David Miliband asking him to bring Ahmed to the UK, where he lived for nearly three years before he was kidnapped in Pakistan and sent to Guantanamo. He was cleared for release in 2007, but justifiably fears ...

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The case of Ahmed Belbacha, an Algerian who sought asylum in the UK, and lived here for nearly three years, has long been a source of concern for human rights activists. Although he was cleared for release from Guantánamo in 2007, he is terrified of returning to Algeria, and with good reason. ...

Andy Worthington on http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=738143803&v=wall&story_fbid=120955881250170

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Disgusting conditions in prison


Jamie Scott Ordered To Scrub Prison Walls with One Arm - From Sis. Marpessa

Posted by Elish Delaproser -  April 19th, 2010
Jamie Scott called her mother this morning and informed her that Warden Holman woke her from sleep, demanding to know what her mother was posting on the internet regarding mold on the walls and leaking in her unit.
She got up and showed him the mold all over the walls as well as sewage that was coming up out of the toilets and the spiders overrunning the unit.

The warden then told Jamie (who only has the use of one arm) to scrub down the walls, to which she refused! Jamie told him that her mother is posting the truth and would continue to post about the disgusting conditions of the unit and how it was making her sicker and more prone to infection, and that all of those years of mold would need more than scrubbing anyway. She told him if she was allowed to lay there and die that he hasn't seen anything yet and would never hear the last of her mother!

The other women were awakened by the Warden and told to scrub the mold off of the walls and they also refused!
They told the Warden that they were glad that everybody is finding out about their horrible living conditions and that the building needs to be torn down! No matter how the prison tries to hide it, the truth will continue to be told!

One prison doctor has diagnosed Jamie with an infection and another has not, but she has the discoloration that is a hallmark of recurrent infection. She clarified that it was determined that she was only on Heparin while in the hospital and that it had been discontinued.

PLEASE PARTICIPATE in e-mailing our press release to at least three press contacts as often as possible! It's at: http://www.scribd.com/doc/30178263/Sc...
Many newspapers can be reached by e-mail or contact form at http://www.usnpl.com/ - please also contact other forms of media that you can easily find info for. We need a whole lot of help to attract as much attention to this case as possible to truly make a difference!

Thank you all, don't let up!!

Disgusting conditions in prison
prisons, disgusting conditions


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Palestine Child Prisoners


In June 2009, Defence for Children International (DCI)/Palestine Section published a report titled, "Palestine Child Prisoners: The systematic and institutionalized ill-treatment and torture of Palestinian children by Israeli authorities."

DCI/Palestine "is a national section of the international non-government child rights organisation and movement (dedicated) to promoting and protecting the rights of Palestinian children," according to international law principles.

Each year, about 700 West Bank children, under 18, are arrested, detained, interrogated, and prosecuted in Israeli military courts, in total about 6,500 since 2000. DCI lawyers represent 30 - 40% of them. The report focuses on their torture and abuse in custody.

Since the 1967 occupation, an estimated 700,000 Palestinian men, women, and children passed through Israel's judicial system, over 150,000 tried in military courts from 1990 - 2006, the remainder handled through plea bargains for lighter sentences. On average, over 9,000 Palestinians a year are affected, including 700 children treated the same as adults.

For nearly 43 years, Israeli military justice operated "almost completely devoid of international scrutiny," giving authorities license to violate human rights and humanitarian law with impunity. As a result, due process and judicial fairness don't apply under a system denying them.

Yet Article 37(b) of the UN Convention on the Rights of the Child (CRC) states:

"The arrest, detention or imprisonment of a child...shall be used only as a measure of last resort and for the shortest appropriate period of time."

In fact, Palestinian children are routinely arrested at checkpoints, on streets, going to or coming from school, tending olive groves, at play, and (most commonly) at home in the middle of the night, usually from midnight to 4AM with family members threatened not to intervene, beaten if they try, forced onto streets in their nightclothes, regardless of weather, and given no explanation.

Typically, arrests are lawless and violent. Homes are broken into unannounced, property damaged or stolen, children blindfolded, shackled, and often beaten, then thrust into jeeps, sometimes face down, for transfer to interrogation and detention centers, a procedure that includes beatings, verbal abuse and other degrading and inhumane treatment.

At detention centers, they're either placed in a cell or interrogated immediately. Usually no lawyer is present for days or weeks until questioning ends with a signed Hebrew confession few can read or understand. Once gotten, they're used against them in military courts, never mind that torture extracted evidence is inadmissible under international law.

Article 15 of the UN Convention Against Torture states:

"Each State Party shall ensure that any statement which is established to have been made as a result of torture shall not be invoked as evidence in any proceedings, except against a person accused of torture as evidence that the statement was made."

In custody, children endure:

-- blindfolding and painful shackling;
-- beatings;
-- violent shaking;
-- sleep depravation;
-- solitary confinement;
-- other forms of sensory deprivation;
-- no food and water for extended periods;
-- poor quality or inedible food when gotten;
-- no access to toilets, showers and clean clothes;
-- exposure to extreme heat or cold;
-- painful stress positions for extended periods;
-- sexual abuse;
-- threats, insults and cursing; and
-- extremely loud noises.

Often their parents and siblings are also arrested, beaten, detained, and their homes sometimes demolished.

After interrogation, detainees are processed for trial, sentencing, and imprisonment by one of two West Bank military courts, both on military bases. Decisions may be appealed in the Military Court of Appeals, but rarely ever will the High Court of Justice hear them.

Judges and prosecutors are military officers, some not certified by the Israeli Bar Association. Dispensing justice is nearly impossible under a system with no accepted standards. Children as young as 12 (and some younger) are prosecuted the same as adults, tribunals calling them adults at age 16, in contrast to Jews at age 18.

Under Military Order 132, six months is the maximum sentence for children aged 12 - 13; 12 months usually from 14 - 15 for offenses with a maximum penalty of less than five years; and unlimited for more serious offenses; under Military Order 378, 20 years for stone-throwing is permitted (the most common offense charged); and children 16 or older are considered adults and treated no differently.

Military courts deny judicial fairness, including:

-- the right to counsel until forced confessions are extracted, commonly by torture, pressure, intimidation, and at times trickery;
-- the right to prepare a proper defense with enough time, in adequate facilities, in confidence, with court documents in Arabic;
-- under Military Order 378, detainees may be denied counsel for up to 90 days;
-- under a grossly unjust system, attorneys commonly seek plea bargains to avoid trials and harsher sentences;
-- defendants, including young children are presumed guilty, full acquittals gotten in just 0.29% of cases;

-- the right to examine witnesses is restricted; few full evidentiary cases are heard; according to Yesh Din (volunteers for human rights), of 9,123 cases in 2006, only 130 (1.42%) got full evidentiary trials because having them is futile and punishments far harsher when convicted;
-- unlike in civil courts for Jews, Palestinians have no right to trial without undue delay:

(1) detention until a hearing before a judge - 24 hours for Jews; up to eight days for Palestinians;
(2) total detention period before indictment - 30 days for Jews, and up to 75 on authority of the Attorney General; up to 180 days for Palestinians;
(3) detention from end of investigation to indictment - 5 days for Jews; 10 days for Palestinians;
(4) detention from indictment until arraignment - 30 days for Jews; up to two years for Palestinians;
(5) detention from arraignment to end of proceedings - 9 months for Jews; up to two years for Palestinians; and
(6) judicial approval of detention extensions if proceedings continue - 3 months for Jews (per a Supreme Court judge); six months for Palestinians (per Military Court of Appeals judge).

In addition, defense lawyers rarely know charges until hearing days. Palestinian children are usually denied bail, and respect for their rights under international law is ignored.

Fourth Geneva's Article 147 requires fair trials, holding those responsible for denying them criminally liable.

Detention Conditions

Children as young as 12, and sometimes younger, endure overcrowding, poor ventilation, little or no access to natural light, poor quality (often inedible) and inadequate amounts of food, isolation, torture and abusive treatment.

Little or no education is provided, and none in interrogation and detention centers where children are often held for three months or longer. Also, with one exception, prisons are inside Israel in breach of Fourth Geneva's Article 76, stating:

"Protected persons accused of offences shall be detained in the occupied country, and if convicted they shall serve their sentences therein."

The provision also requires providing proper food, medical care, and spiritual help - women in separate quarters, supervised by women, and minors getting special treatment.

Palestinian detainees get none of the above, including permits for family members to visit imprisoned relatives.

Common Complaints

From January 2001 - December 2008, "over 600 complaints were filed against Israeli Security Agency (ISA) interrogators for alleged ill-treatment and torture." The Police Investigation Department and Justice Ministry conducted no...


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Morkhoven Group: Solidarity with the Palestinian People





The 'world' silence Israeli crimes because their financial, industrial and politic leaders are collaborating with the Israeli State. They are partners in crime. The Isreali leaders who are really gangsters, shut down water supply to the Palestinians, because they will break the resistance of the Palestinian people and the growing international movement which defends the Palestinian people.
They use the same torture techniques and terrorist methods as the Belgian State which seeks to silence us about the child porn case Zandvoort.
Marcel Vervloesem of our association was false accused. After a media campaign of 11 years, he has been imprisoned in 2008. The Zandvoort case was covered. He was 50 days in solitary confinement in prison and was chained during 591 hours at the operating table and his hospital bed. They wanted him dead and used him as a hostage to silence us and stop our actions. Marcel is seriously ill (cancer, heart disease, severe kidney problems, diabetes, he was more than 20 times in emergency surgery). The Belgian minister of Justice, the Belgian government, the Belgian media and the Belgian and European members of parliament are very well aware of this case.  Their silence should be seen as a little help for their friends who abused and tortured children.  All we can do is fight and keep fighting.
I hope that the Palestinian people and the people who support them, continue their fight too.  The Israeli state should be fought on the same way as the South African apartheid system.  Fight and improve your actions! Find a solution for the lack of coordination!

Jan Boeykens, president of the Morkhoven Group

kaartMorkhoven Group - Zandvoort childporn network:

Dutroux case 
Zandvoort case 

Sign the Petition ‘Free Marcel Vervloesem!’

The cause now has 350 members.
Their mission: Liberation of Morkhoven-activist Marcel Vervloesem


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Boycott Israel Now


Jan Boeykens via Marcella McMillenBoycott Israel Now

This is the website of the oppressed people of Palestine. We are seeking your support and co-operation in boycotting Israeli goods and the companies supporting Israel financially. Your attitude, habits ...

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Bull Head

Bull Head - Sarcee - circa 1886

From the album: 
"Sarcee" by NATIVE AMERICAN INDIAN - Old Photos

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Save Palestine from the Israeli occupation!

Save Palestine from the Israeli occupation!

Jan Boeykens

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His name was Bassem


Our dear friend Bassem Ibrahim Abu Rahma, known to many of us as Pheel, was murdered by ITF soldiers during a non-violent protest in the Palestinian village of Bil'in on April 17th, 2009.

This film was done in his memory, which we so fondly remember and greatly miss.


~ Bassem's friends


His name was Bassem, which means smile, and that is how he greeted everyone. But we all called him 'Pheel', which means elephant because he had the body the size of an elephant. But Bassem had the heart of a child.

He loved everyone, and because of his sweetness and ability to make us laugh, everyone loved him. Bassem was everyone's friend: the children talk about how he would play with them, scare them and then make them laugh. He would tend the garden in the playground and bring toys and books to the kindergarten. The old ladies in the village talk about how he used to visit, to ask after them and see if they needed anything. In the village, he seemed to be everywhere at once. He would pop in to say hello, take one puff of the nargila, and be off to his next spot. The morning he was killed he went to the house of Hamis, whose skull had been broken at a previous demonstration three months ago by a tear gas canister projectile - the same weapon that would kill Bassem.

Bassem woke Hamis and gave him his medicine, then off he went to visit another friend in the village who is ill with cancer. Then a little girl from the village wanted a pineapple but couldn't find any in the local stores. So Bassem went to Ramallah to get a pineapple and was back before noon for the Friday prayers and the weekly demonstration against the theft of our land by the apartheid wall. Pheel never missed a demonstration; he participated in all the activities and creative actions in Bilin. He would always talk to the soldiers as human beings. Before he was hit he was calling for the soldiers to stop shooting because there were goats near the fence and he was worried for them. Then a woman in front of him was hit. He yelled to the commander to stop shooting because someone was wounded. He expected the soldiers to understand and stop shooting. Instead, they shot him too.

People came to his funeral from all the surrounding villages to show Bassem that they loved him as much as he had loved them. But those of us from Bil'in kept looking around for him, expecting him to be walking with us.

Pheel, you were everyone?s friend. We always knew we loved you, but didn't realize how much we would miss you until we lost you. As Bil'in has become the symbol of Palestine's popular resistance, you are the symbol of Bil'in. Sweet Pheel, Rest in Peace, we will continue in your footsteps.


-- Mohammad Khatib, member of the Bil'in Popular Committee Against the Wall and Settlements



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Le Traité de Lisbonne admet de nouveau la peine de mort

"le Traité de Lisbonne admet de nouveau la peine de mort pour les insurgés au sein de l’Union européenne"

Article 7.3 qui dis: Les droits fondamentaux, tels qu'ils sont garantis par la Convention européenne de sauvegarde des droits de l'Homme et des libertés fondamentales et tels qu'ils résultent des traditions constitutionnelles communes aux États membres, font partie du droit de l'Union en tant que principes généraux.»
l'Article 2 (Titre I, Droits et Libertés) 'Droit à la vie' dit maintenant:

1 Le droit de toute personne à la vie est protégé par la loi. La mort ne peut être infligée à quiconque intentionnellement, sauf en exécution d’une sentence capitale prononcée par un tribunal au cas où le délit est puni de cette peine par la loi.
2 La mort n’est pas considérée comme infligée en violation de cet article dans les cas où elle résulterait d’un recours à la force rendu absolument nécessaire:
a) pour assurer la défense de toute personne contre la violence illégale ;
b) pour effectuer une arrestation régulière ou pour empêcher l’évasion d’une personne régulièrement détenue ;
c) pour réprimer, conformément à la loi, une émeute ou une insurrection.

Be happy

Sometimes we have to fight if we want to be happy. We can not be happy if we are innocent and incarcerated in prison.

Think of all those people who were imprisoned in the Guantanamo camp. Think of all those Palestinians imprisoned in Israeli jails.

And the liberation of all these people will make us happy.

Jan Boeykens on facebook

Foto: Andy Worthington

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Doofpot Justitie: een korte reactie op Facebook


Misschien nog een paar woorden over Marcel Vervloesem om af te sluiten.

Heel wat mensen (zie onze petitie 'Free Marcel Vervloesem') twijfelen aan de eerlijkheid van diegenen die Marcel beschuldigden en denken dat het proces tegen Marcel louter bedoeld was om de kinderpornozaak Zandvoort te kunnen dichtdekken en Marcel het zwijgen op te leggen. Vandaar dat Marcel sinds 2006 ook een spreekverbod met de pers heeft en hij in de gevangenis als het ware gefolterd werd. Zo werd hij gedurende 50 dagen in een isoleercel opgesloten; werd hij in vaak bewusteloze toestand gedurende 591 uren aan zijn ziekenhuisbed enzoverder vastgeketend; werd zijn briefwisseling regelmatig achtergehouden; werd er met zijn dossier en medische gegevens gefraudeerd, werd zijn reintegratiedossier geblokkeerd; werd hij wekenlang zonder medicatie gezet (terwijl hij een hartziekte heeft, aan kanker lijdt, een suikerziekte heeft, meer dan 20 keren met spoed opgenomen en geöpereerd werd en hij problemen met zijn nieren heeft. Vooral met de nieren zijn er nu weer zware problemen en de geneesheer van de gevangenis van Turnhout vreest voor een niercrisis met een blijvende nierdialyze voor gevolg. Marcel's benen steken op dit ogenblik weer vol water. De voortdurende stress (de psycho-sociale dienst en de gevangenisdirectie van Turnhout hebben zijn dossier opnieuw geblokkeerd) en zijn hart- en suikerziekte zullen daarbij ongetwijfeld mede een rol spelen.
Marcel's zaak moet nog altijd voor het Europees Hof van de Mensenrechten komen alhoewel men alles gedaan heeft om hem de procedure te laten stopzetten. 
Procureur Bourlet (zaak Dutroux) sprak zich destijds uit tegen een strafrechtelijke vervolging van Marcel maar nadat Marcel het ontbrekende onderzoeksmateriaal in de zaak Zandvoort, met de belofte van er met de pers niet over te zullen spreken, aan Bourlet had afgegeven, werd hij door de correctionele rechtbank van Turnhout die de kinderpornozaak Zandvoort mee dichtdekte, voor het 'bezit van kinderpornografie' vervolgd.
De Hoge Raad voor de Justitie erkende in 2008 dat de ontlastende stukken uit Marcel's strafdossier waren verdwenen. Zij stelde ook de verdwijning vast van 7 kinderporno-cd-roms van de zaak Zandvoort die onze vereniging destijds aan de Koning (Koninklijk Paleis) had bezorgd. De Koning had deze cd-roms via de toenmalige justitieminister Tony Van Parys, voor onderzoek aan de Antwerpse procureur-generaal Christine Dekkers laten overmaken.
Chistine Dekkers ontving in 2006 ook een kopie van de lijst met 30 processen-verbaals waarin Victor V., de hoofdaanklager van Marcel, inzake zedenfeiten met kinderen en minderjarigen wordt genoemd.
Victor V. heeft wel een Sp.a-partijkaart en is thans gemeenteraadslid voor Herentals maar dat is nog geen reden om deze zaken zonder onderzoek te laten. Temeer omdat de roddels over Marcel 11 jaar lang gebruikt werden om hem te vervolgen en als 'zelfverklaarde kinderpornojager' aan de schandpaal te nagelen.
Wij stellen ons de vraag hoe het nu staat met al die onderzoeken en zouden willen weten waarom justitieminister De Clerck deze zaken dichtgedekt houdt.
Tot zover deze korte toelichting die niet alleen op stemmingmakerij gebaseerd is


Samira Benomar

prev13Onderstaande lijst van de meer dan 20 spoedopname's en operaties van de aktievoerder werd meer dan 40 keren naar minister van Justitie Stefaan De Clerck gestuurd.

1) kwaadaardige kanker – St H. Hart Lier – 2 keer
2) nieren – 5 keer – Sint Elisabeth Herentals
3) pancreas – 2 keer – 1x in H Hart te Lier, 1x in de UIA te Antwerpen
4) intensieve spoed, intensieve zorgen pancreatites 2 – H. Hart Lier -Sint Elisabeth Herentals
5) intensieve spoed, intensieve zorgen pancreatites 1 – UIA ziekenhuis Antwerpen
6) intensieve heelkunde, Fabiola Ziekenhuis Sambre Ville – StElisabeth Herentals – 11 keer
7) nierblok – Gasthuisberg Ziekenhuis Leuven – 2 keer
8. hartdisfuncties, operaties AZ Imelda Ziekenhuis Bonheiden – 3 keer
9) intensieve, diabetische blok – H. Hartziekenhuis Lier – 4 keer
10) nierblok – H. Hartziekenhuis Lier – 1 keer
11) hartkijkoperatie – AZ Sint Jan Brugge – 1 keer
12) nierdyalyse – AZ Sint Jan Brugge – 5 keer
13) inwendige bloeding – AZ Sint Jan Brugge – 1 keer
14) operatie kijkwonde – AZ Sint Jan Brugge – 1 keer
15) chirurgische plaatsing nierdyalysebuisjes – AZ Sint Jan Brugge – 1 keer
16) intensieve spoed, cardio – Sint Elisabeth Turnhout – 1 keer
17) intensieve spoed, bloedarmoede (leukemie) – Sint Elisabeth Turnhout – 1 keer
18) intensieve spoed, insulinecoma – Sint Elisabeth ZiekenhuisHerentals – 1 keer
19) hartoperatie – AZ Sint-Jan Brugge
20) moest op 14 mei 2009 wegens nieuwe hartproblemen tengevolge van ondermeer een gebrek aan medicatie en een gebrekkige behandeling, opnieuw met spoed in het AZ Sint Jan te Brugge opgenomen worden maar de gevangenisdirectie wist dit met haar negatieve advies, welgeteld 1 dag voor deze opname, op basis van het rapport van de psycho-sociale dienst van de gevangenis van Brugge, te voorkomen.
België zetelt met de Verenigde Staten en Noorwegen in de VN-Mensenrechtencommissie...

Foto: minister Stefaan De Clerck, ex-justieminister Marc Verwilghen en Koning Albert. Koning Albert liet in 1998 7 cd-roms van de kinderpornozaak Zandvoort in naam van de Werkgroep Morkhoven voor onderzoek aan de procureur-generaal te Antwerpen overmaken maar de Hoge Raad voor de Justitie stelde in 2008 vast dat ze verdwenen zijn.

kaartvzw Werkgroep Morkhoven - kinderpornozaak Zandvoort - réseau Zandvoort:

Sluiting skynetblogs Werkgroep Morkhoven
Kinderpornonetwerk Zandvoort
Kinderpornozaak Zandvoort
Justitie Turnhout
Open Brief Procureur-Generaal
Zoé Genot cd-roms Zandvoort
Droit Fondamental – (French, English, Italian)
Website Morkhoven (English, French, Italian, Dutch)
Video ‘Marcel Vervloesem, hymne de la Résistance’
Vervloesem maart 1998 deel1
Faits divers April 1998 - Temse/Madeira netwerk - nederlandstalige ondertiteling
Video's: ultjecrumpie 1
Video's: Ultjecrumpie 2

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Zionist Gangster Government

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