07/01/2011

RTE News Ireland: ‘Prisoner Ombudsman can be helpful…’

Pauline McCabe, Prisoner Ombudsman for Northern Ireland, who investigates deaths in Prison Service ‘cannot be helpful’ in the case of Brendan Lillis who is dying in the Maghaberry prison of Northern Ireland…

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RTE News Ireland:

29 March 2011 – The PSNI has begun a criminal investigation after the Northern Ireland Prisoner Ombudsman said a prison officer planted a note in the cell of a dissident republican suspect. http://www.rte.ie/news/2011/0329/psni.html

Probe into Maghaberry prison cell note

The PSNI has begun a criminal investigation after the Northern Ireland Prisoner Ombudsman said a prison officer planted a note in the cell of a dissident republican suspect.
The Prison Service of Northern Ireland says a member of staff has been suspended following the report by the ombudsman.
In a statement, the Prison Service said the prison officer was suspended in accordance with its code of discipline.
‘We have launched a disciplinary investigation into this matter which has been adjourned pending the outcome of the police inquiry.’
The note is believed to have contained personal details about the then Governor of Maghaberry Prison, Steve Rodford.
Mr Rodford resigned in December 2009 because of fears he faced a security threat.
Prisoner Ombudsman Pauline McCabe found that on the balance of probabilities, a member of prison staff planted the note in the cell of Brendan McConville, who is charged with the murder of PSNI Constable Stephen Carroll in Craigavon two years ago.
Mr McConville’s lawyer wrote to the Ombudsman alleging that his client had been set up by prison staff opposed to planned reforms within the prison.

Photo: Brendan Lillis who is now more then 450 days in bed in the Maghaberry prison of Northern Ireland. He has lost half of his body weight and is too weak to move, yet Maghaberry prison refuses to provide IV nourishment to him. Starvation is a slow and suffering way to kill a person. Please email PA/Prisoner.Ombudsman@prisonerombudsman.x.gsi.gov.uk and let them know their action of not providing IV nutrition to Mr. Lillis is tantamount to murder.
Friends of Brendan Lillis
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06/30/2011

Human rights violations in Northern Ireland

Brussels, 30.6.2011

Pauline McCabe, Prisoner Ombudsman for Northern Ireland

Dear Madam,

Concerns: the deaths in Maghaberry prison, Brendan Lillis actually dying in the Maghaberry prison

Thanks for your reply.

It is very strange that, while you are pretending to investigate the complaints from prisoners and the deaths in prison custody (from 1 September 2005 the remit of the Prisoner Ombudsman was even extended as required by the Secretary of State for Northern Ireland), you ‘can not comment and can not be helpful’ in the case of Brendan Lillis who is very sick and is dying now in the Maghaberry prison of Northern Ireland where there were 3 deaths during the past 3 months.

You say that these matters are for Minister for Justice Ford and the prison authorities.

Many people wrote to Minister Ford and the prison authorities but they didn’t receive an answer.

Have they to wait until they can go to the funeral of Brendan ?

Don’t forget that you are an prisoner ombudsman. So, it is your work to DO something for prisoners.

Remember also that if you do not help a sick prisoner who risks to die, you can be prosecuted as this prisoner dies.

Yours sincerely,

Jan Boeykens
President of Werkgroep Morkhoven
Belgium

Friends of Brendan Lillis
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Photo: Pauline McCabe and her team

Human rights violations in Northern Ireland (2)

Pauline McCabe, Prisoner Ombudsman for Northern Ireland: ‘We investigate the complaints from prisoners and the deaths in prisons but we cannot be helpful’

PA/Prisoner. Ombudsman@prisonerombudsman.x.gsi.gov.uk
To: werkgroepmorkhoven@gmail.com
date: 28 juni 2011
Subject: RE: Prisoner Ombudsman Enquiry Form

Dear Jan

Thank you for your email in relation to Mr Brendan Lillis.

While we are aware of Mr Lillis’ situation, the Prisoner Ombudsman’s
remit extends to the investigation of complaints from prisoners and the investigation of deaths in prison custody.
We are not in a position, therefore, to comment on his continued detention. These matters are for the Minister for Justice and prison authorities.

I am sorry we cannot be more helpful.

Yours sincerely

Prisoner Ombudsman’s Office
22nd Floor, Windsor House
Bedford Street
Belfast BT2 7FT

Human rights violations in Northern Ireland

Brussels, 29.6.2011

Pauline McCabe, Prisoner Ombudsman for Northern Ireland

Dear Madam,

I read that with effect from 1 September 2005 the remit of the Prisoner Ombudsman was extended as required by the Secretary of State for Northern Ireland to investigate deaths in Prison Service Custody.

There were now 3 deaths on 3 months, in the Maghaberry prison in Northern Ireland and Brendan Lillis who is very sick and lies during more than 450 days in bed, is dying in this prison.

He needs urgent help from you.

Jan Boeykens
Belgium
President of Werkgroep Morkhoven

Friends of Brendan Lillis
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http://www.niprisonerombudsman.gov.uk/contact.html
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06/07/2011

Dying in an British prison: Brendan Lillis

It is very clear now that the UK authorities will win time to murder Brendan with a so called natural death. It is a pure political isue for them. They see Brendan as an Irish political activist and former ennemy, not as a human being. It is a pure form of political revenge.

It is therefore that:

- they will not liberate him immediately to save his life;
- they are talking about a ‘psychologist’ while the medical report of Brendan says clearly that he is fysically very sick and that his weight has come to a very critical point now;
- they violate their own rules (the Northern Ireland Prison Service Corporate and Business Plan 2008/11, which states that prisoners’ access to health services must be appropriate to their needs and equivalent to those services available to the public);
- they violate the european and international rules on sick prisoners and torturous and degrading treatments;
- they will win time and suggest a meeting in July (after Brendan’s death);
- they do no allow that legal non government organizations and other ‘dangerous’ witnesses attend the meeting (if Brendan is still alive);
- they hope Brendan will die shortly after this meeting or possible release;
- they do not allow that an independant physician, a member of the european parliament or an independant observer of an international institution visit Brendan.

I also think that the British government is afraid of an European and international condemnation of their prison and human rights policies because there too many deads in UK prisons. But the members of the British government refuse to undertake structural measures and to solve the problems. Instead, they prefer human rights violations and new deaths in prisons to ‘improve’ their political image in the world.

Jan Boeykens, Werkgroep Morkhoven

Friends of Brendan Lillis

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05/20/2011

Ireland: violation of human rights

Ireland with its violation of human rights, is a good example of the ‘freedom’ and ‘democracy’ within the European Union…

Brendan Lillis remains in the prison hospital at Maghaberry Gaol where he suffers from a chronic medial condition called ankylosing spondylitis, which cause his spine to fuse. At present, he is confined to bed and his condition has taken a turn for the worst. His weight has plummeted to five stone and his rapidly deteriorating health is causing huge concern to his family and friends. 

His continued incarceration is a clear demonstration of the shameful nature of British rule in Ireland.

What they are doing to Brendan is against their own written policy. In keeping with the Northern Ireland Prison Service Corporate and Business Plan 2008/11, it is stated that prisoners’ access to health services must be appropriate to their needs and equivalent to those services available to the public.  This is off the NI Prison Administration website. They are not honoring their rules.

The high security Maghaberry prison in Co Antrim has been ranked as one of the worst performing in the UK.

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05/08/2011

Europe: Violation of human rights in Irish prisons (2)

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IRELAND’S SHAME AS EUROPEAN TORTURE COMMITTEE PRESENTS DAMNING INDICTMENT OF IRISH PRISON SYSTEM

The fifth report on Ireland from the Council of Europe Committee for the Prevention of Torture and Degrading Treatment (CPT), published today (Thursday, 10th Feb 2011), is the most critical yet, and a damning indictment of a prison system that is failing to meet the most basic human rights standards of safe and humane custody. The Irish Penal Reform Trust (IPRT), Ireland’s leading penal reform campaign organisation, is calling on all election candidates to take heed of this national disgrace and commit to rectifying the many human rights issues identified in the report, including slopping out, overcrowding, escalating violence, patchy provision of health care including mental health care, and above all, the failure to provide safe custody.

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Critical Issues

Among other issues, the Committee found:

Complaints: Some of the most serious concerns in the report relate to allegations of mistreatment of prisoners by staff, where the Committee points to inadequate investigation of complaints, poor recording of alleged incidents, and inadequate or no medical examination of prisoners who make complaints. (30-31; 34) Clearly there is a major deficit of oversight and accountability, and this report highlights how an independent system of investigation is needed, similar to that which now prevails for Garda custody. (102-105)
Prison health care: the CPT found inadequate provision of prison healthcare, recording that in some prisons doctors were not fulfilling contracted hours, even where these hours were already wholly inadequate. Serious concerns also expressed about prescribing methadone at Cork, Midlands, Mountjoy (74). Some particularly worrying incidents were reported in relation to inadequate treatment of a HIV positive prisoner (63); of a prisoner being chained to staff during medical treatment in the Midlands (65); and of a prisoner being forced to undergo withdrawal from heroin while subjected to slopping out in Cork (75). Overall the keeping of medical records was found to be inadequate (67), with prisoners not receiving medical examination on admission at Cork or Mountjoy (68 and 70) – this has very serious implications for investigating any allegations of mistreatment.
Risk Assessment: Across the prison system, the Committee found no basic admission or induction policy in place (except at Midlands prison) including no cell-share risk assessment procedure – which is especially worrying given serious incidents, including homicide, in shared cells in recent years.
Slopping out: the CPT rejected the State’s contention that toilet patrols operated effectively, and reported that they found prisoners were often not allowed out of cells at night and reported being subjected to verbal abuse when they asked for access to toilets (48)
Psychiatric care: the CPT found mental health care to be inadequate, particularly in Cork where there was poor record keeping, over-reliance on medication and dirty observation cells. They report on one case in Wheatfield prison, where a prisoner was held in a special observation cell for 6 weeks and worsened in condition during that time.
Protection and punishment: The report contains a shocking description of the high numbers on 23-hour lock up for protection (56), including high numbers in St. Patrick’s Institution (57). The CPT also found improper use of special observation cells for discipline (81), including an incident where a disciplinary hearing took place in a special observation cell while prisoner in underpants. It found routine use of de facto solitary confinement being imposed for up to 60 days, which is illegal under the Prisons Act.
Racism: concerns raised in the report which had not appeared in previous reports include accounts of allegations of racism against Travellers and foreign prisoners by staff and other prisoners (29, 32.)
Prison Figures:

On 25th Jan 2011, the prison population was 4,541 (Source: Irish Prison Service)
On 2nd February 2011, there were 41 boys in St Patrick’s Institution: 6 sixteen-year olds; 35 seventeen-year olds. (Source: Irish Prison Service)
On 17th Dec 2010, 1,003 men were required to slop out in Irish prisons: 515 in Mountjoy Prison; 299 prisoners in Cork prison, all in shared cells (sharing with 1-2 others); 51 in Portlaoise Prison; 99 in Limerick Prison (male). (Source: Dáil Question, 27th Jan 2011 )
On 26th January 2011, there were 250 prisoners on 23-hour or more lock-up (for reasons of protection); 26 on 22-23 hour lock-up; 164 on 20-22 hr lock-up (including 57 in St Patrick’s Institution) and 60 on 18-20 hr lock-up. (Source:Dáil Question, 27th January 2011)

http://irishcriminologyresearchnetwork.wordpress.com/2011...

Photo: Irish Prison Services

 

 

Europe: violation of human rights in Irish prisons

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IRELAND’S SHAME AS EUROPEAN TORTURE COMMITTEE PRESENTS DAMNING INDICTMENT OF IRISH PRISON SYSTEM

The fifth report on Ireland from the Council of Europe Committee for the Prevention of Torture and Degrading Treatment (CPT), published today (Thursday, 10th Feb 2011), is the most critical yet, and a damning indictment of a prison system that is failing to meet the most basic human rights standards of safe and humane custody. The Irish Penal Reform Trust (IPRT), Ireland’s leading penal reform campaign organisation, is calling on all election candidates to take heed of this national disgrace and commit to rectifying the many human rights issues identified in the report, including slopping out, overcrowding, escalating violence, patchy provision of health care including mental health care, and above all, the failure to provide safe custody.

During the CPT’s last visit to Ireland, which took place from 25th January to 5thFebruary 2010, the Committee also examined detention in Garda stations and psychiatric institutions. However, the bulk of the report is given over to detailing the appalling human rights issues in Ireland’s prisons. The critical issues of prison healthcare and complaints receive particularly serious censure.

Speaking on the publication of the report, Liam Herrick, Executive Director of the Irish Penal Reform Trust said:

“This report further documents a prison system in crisis, with clear failures in many important aspects of the system – including in relation to healthcare, prisoner protection and investigation of complaints against staff. Undoubtedly some of the problems identified here stem from chronic prison overcrowding and inadequate penal policies, but many of the most serious issues highlight failures at an operational level to meet the most basic standards of safe and humane custody.”

“This report shows a litany of broken commitments and inaction in relation to chronic problems over the past two decades. There has been a failure of leadership to address the problems within our prisons. The bottom line is that prisoners and the general public are left with a prison system that is unacceptable and which has exposed Ireland to international shame. The next Government must prioritise addressing the problems in our prisons, and commit to getting prisoner numbers down.”

There were 3,150 prisoners in custody when the CPT visited in October 2006; this number had reached 4,100 on the occasion of the CPT’s 2010 visit to Ireland. On 25th January 2011, prisoner numbers were 4,541. Efforts being taken by the Irish Prison Service to address the issues cannot succeed unless Government take control of the overcrowding situation, which frustrates any attempts to tackle the serious problems outlined in this report.

Individual Prisons

Cork, Mountjoy and Limerick female prisons come in for particular criticism:

Cork: the CPT found plastic bags being used as toilets (paragraph 41), unacceptable dirty segregation cells (96) and inadequate visiting facilities (99). Prisoners also reported only being able to access one shower and change of underwear each week. The State’s response to these criticisms referred to the proposed new prison at Kilworth – a plan which is now acknowledged to be suspended indefinitely.

Limerick female prison: the CPT found women having to sleep two to a bed because of chronic overcrowding. They also found blocked showers and flooding in cells (42)

Mountjoy prison: the persistent problems of overcrowding in chronic conditions were reinforced by the CPT, who found the prison in an overall poor state of repair (45). The criteria for placement at Mountjoy for those prisoners not deemed vulnerable was “available space, or even floor space”.

St. Patrick’s Institution: The CPT was concerned at the length of time prisoners were spending in their cells and the high number of prisoners not engaged in any meaningful activity (52)

http://irishcriminologyresearchnetwork.wordpress.com/2011...

Photo: Irish Prison Services

04/14/2011

Secret Torture prisons in Afghanistan... Secret Torture prisons in Belgium...

A new kind of democracy ?

Bagram and Beyond: New Revelations About Secret US Torture Prisons in Afghanistan

9.4.11

This is the fifth article in “Bagram Week” here at Andy Worthington, with seven articles in total exploring what is happening at the main US prison in Afghanistan through reports, analyses of review boards, and the voices of the prisoners themselves, and ongoing updates to the definitive annotated Bagram prisoner list.


03/21/2011

Réfugiés politiques: homme Tchétchène risque à mourir

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Le réfugié politique tchétchène, Arbi Zarmaev, risque à mourir

Le 8 Mars 2011, le ministre de la justice belge Stefaan De Clerck (Démocrates-chrétiens), a décidé que le réfugié politique tchétchène, Arbi Zarmaev, sera expulsé et extradé vers les autorités tchétchènes.

J'avais fait un rendez-vous aujourd'hui avec un groupe d'environ 40 Tchétchènes et certains représentants des mouvements de droits de l'homme, au Parlement européen à Bruxelles.

Quand j'ai rencontré les membres du groupe (il n'y avait aucune action à ce moment), un policier en civil m'a demandé ma carte d'identité. J'ai refusé. Un autre policier en civil et un policier en uniforme ont de nouveau demandé ma carte d'identité. J'ai de nouveau refusé en disant que j'avais le droit de circuler et de rencontrer des autres citoyens.

Puis, je suis allé avec les Tchétchènes à une place herbeuse avec une belle fontaine où j'ai déroulé avec l'aide de l'un des Tchétchènes, ma bannière "Free Arbi - alive".

Ensuite, j'ai demandé les Tchétchènes à venir sur la pelouse afin de faire une photo de notre groupe.  Des policiers en civil et uniforme l'ont empêché.  

Immédiatement après, nous étions complètement entourés par un cordon de 25 policiers dont 20 policiers en uniforme. Ils nous ont demandé nos cartes d'identité.  Un policier m'a menacé de m'enfermer pendant 12 heures si je lui refusais de donner ma carte d'identité.

Un des policiers a tiré la bannière de mes mains et l'a détruit.

Après avoir attendu une demi-heure, on nous a redonné nos cartes d'identité et nous avons été obligés de quitter.

Un agent de police nous a dit que l'interdiction n'était pas seulement une mesure de sécurité par rapport du Parlement européen mais que nous avions besoin d'une autorisation pour protester.

Arbi Zarmaev, le tchétchène réfugié politique est déjà pendant 21 mois enfermés dans la prison de Bruges. Il a été accusé d'avoir fait sa demande de séjour en Belgique sous 'un faux nom'. Il a également été accusé de 'vol'. Mais ces allégations ne semblent pas été corrects.

Arbi pèse actuellement 50 kilogrammes (100 livres). Il a des blessures graves au visage, prouvant qu'il a été battu.

S'il est extradé vers la Tchétchénie comme ancien commandant de l'armée tchétchène, il sera certainement torturé et assassiné. 

Sa femme et ses trois enfants (2 ans, 5 ans, 10 ans) vivent actuellement en Belgique. Sa famille craint pour sa vie. 

 

Jan Boeykens, président de l'association Werkgroep Morkhoven 


Photo: le ministre de la justice belge Stefaan De Clerck

 

05/13/2010

Palestine: everything is planned


 

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PALESTINE


It is a pure destruction of the Palestinian people and the rob of their ground and houses through intimidations, threats, violence, terror, repression, lies, manipulations, false accusations, violation of human rights and UN-decisions, isolation, denial of water + goods + medicines, locking up of political leaders, secret services, weapons, deportations, murder, walls, prisons, camps and poisoning of the soil.

And verything else is fiction.

It is part of a well-considered plan that under the name 'Peace Process' is executed step-by-step. In collaboration with the U.S. government, the silencing State-governments and International Organisations.

It seems complicated but in fact, it is very simple and clear for the creators of the plan. They work systematically. As a killer who plans a murder. As a surgeon who performs a clinical surgery.
Rational and scientific. Without human feelings.

Jan Boeykens

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Palestine: everything is planned 

 

04/21/2010

Disgusting conditions in prison


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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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27.6.201 - The picture of this Skynet-message seems, like a number of 30 other images, to see again.  Title and structure of the blog are normal. Blog seems OK. It seems possible again to publish images. Hacking seems almost to be over.

 

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02/26/2010

La justice belge

sleepSi on sait comment on 'travaille' chez la justice belge..

On organise un transfert à un autre prison et:
1) on 'oublie' le dossier médical
2) on 'oublie' l'argent du détenu
3) on 'oublie' que le détenu est malade et après 3 semaines le médecin semble parti pendant 3 semaines 'en vacance'
4) on 'oublie' (pour le premier fois) de remplir les documents de transfert pour ramener le détenu à sa prison d'origine
5) on 'oublie' (pour le deuxième fois) de remplir les documents de transfert pour ramener le détenu à sa prison d'origine
6) on 'oublie' (pour le troisième fois) de remplir les documents de transfert pour ramener le détenu à sa prison d'origine
7) on 'oublie' (pour le quatrième fois) de remplir les documents de transfert pour ramener le détenu à sa prison d'origine
8) on 'oublie' (pour le cinquième fois) de remplir les documents de transfert pour ramener le détenu à sa prison d'origine
9) on 'oublie' (pour le premier fois) que la voiture de transfert pour ramener le détenu à sa prison d'origine est en panne
10) on 'oublie' (pour le premier fois) de donner des timbres au prisonnier qui est complètement isolé du reste du monde
11) on 'oublie' d'envoyer la correspondance du détenu de l'autre prison
12) le ministre de la justice 'oublie' qu'il a reçu déjà quelques lettres concerne toutes ces problèmes

Enfin, le détenu meurt en prison et les directeurs de prisons et le ministre de la justice sont fort étonné parce qu'ils ont 'travaillé jour et nuit pour régler les choses'...


prev13Voici une liste avec plus de 20 hospitalisations d’urgence et d’opération subit par Marcel Vervloesem et qui ont été envoyés plus de 40 fois au Ministre De Clerk et ses collaborateurs de cabinet.

Le Ministre qui prône une justice « humaine et équitable » estime qu’un prisonnier ne peut être sorti de prison que 3 jours avant sa mort supposée…

1) Cancer malin – Hopital St H. Hart à Lier – 2 fois
2) Reins – 5 fois – Hôpital St Elisabeth à Herentals
3) Pancréas – 2 fois – 1X Hopital St H. Hart à Lier, 1X UIA d’Anvers
4) Urgence en soins intensifs pancréatite 2 –
5) Urgence en soins intensifs pancréatite 1 – UIA d’Anvers
6) Soins intensifs – Hôpital Fabiola à Sambreville/Hôpital St Elisabeth à Herentals 11X
7) Reins – Gasthuisberg à Louvain – 2 X
8. Disfonctionnement cardiaque opération à l’AZ Imelda Bonheiden – 3X
9) Soins intensifs diabétiques – Hopital St H. Hart à Lier 4X
10) Reins – Hopital St H. Hart à Lier – 1X
11) Opération du coeur – AZ St Jan Bruges – 1X
12) Dialyse rénale – Hopital St H. Hart à Lier- 1X
13) Hémorragie interne – AZ St Jan Bruges – 1X
14) Opération – AZ St Jan Bruges – 1X
15) Placement chirugical de tuyaux de dialyse – AZ St Jan Bruges – 1X
16) Soins intensifs cardio – St Elisabeth Turnhout – 1X
17) Urgence soins intensifs anémie (leucémie) – St Elisabeth Turnhout – 1X
18) Urgence soins intensifs – St Elisabeth à Herentals – 1X
19) Opération du coeur – AZ St Jan Bruges
20) En date du 14 mai 2009 il devait du à des problèmes cardiaque consécutif entre autre au manque de médication et un traitement insuffisant être admit en urgence à l’hôpital AZ Sint Jan Bruges mais la direction de la prison avec son avis négatif a réussi 1 jour avant l’admission sur base du rapport du PSD éviter cette admission.


kaartvzw Werkgroep Morkhoven – le réseau pédocriminel de Zandvoort:

http://tevirepedo.droitfondamental.eu/
Morkhoven Skynet
Droit Fondamental – (French, English, Italian)
Zandvoort case
Website – http://www.morkhoven.droitfondamental.eu/ (English, French, Italian, Dutch)
Réseau Zandvoort
Prisonniers politiques: Ibrahim Baryaz
Médecine – Droit Fondamental
Patrice Verdi
Verdwijningen – Disparitions – Missing children

Gevangenis Turnhout
Marcel Vervloesem
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Wezenstraat, 1
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Belgique

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