Dear Judicial Conduct Investigations Office,
I am very concerned that a miscarriage of justice ( which I understand is a crime) is has been and is happening to Mr Julian Assange, currently held in Belmarsh Prison.
The Freedom of Information Act creates a statutory right for access to information in relation to bodies that exercise functions of a public nature, three different kinds of bodies are covered under the act. Public Authorities, publicly owned companies and designated bodies performing public functions.
In effect I believe Julian Assange has done nothing other than the Freedom of Information Act does. He has provided the public with information which they have a right to know. He has provided the public with information which shows the crimes and wrongdoings of the American government.
If one observes the factual evidence ,ie civilians being shot down randomly by American soldiers in Iraq, which Chelsey Manning and Jullian Assange exposed.
And the behaviour of the American government trying to cover up these crimes by conducting a witchhunt of the two individuals concerned.
One has to ask what the motives of the American government were and are, to scapegoat and punish these two individuals who had done nothing more than follow their conscience and expose a crime. The motives of the American government are non other than to cause such harm to these individuals , so that they can serve as an example to any other person wanting to blow the whistle or expose wrongdoing and crimes by the American government.
This constitutes the end of free press. This is no different from what happened in Tianamen Square in 1989 in Beijing China. I have it from inside information that both the man in the white shirt standing in front of the tanks and the driver of the tank who stopped rather than run over him were executed. Through making an example of these men the Chinese Government sought to intimidate anyone even thinking of standing up against the regime.
And to this day information about this event is being suppressed.
Two questions remain to be answered, 1 ) how did the American Government cover up?
-This of course has been their continuing pointing the finger at , victimisation ,and use of their political power to get power over Assange abroad.
2 ) Why did the American Government cover up?
- Because they will lose power and votes if the truth comes out.
However I believe the British Justice System has an obligation to prevent this cover up causing Mr Assange the harm it has done.
Therefore I am requesting
1) that this matter is looked into,
2 ) that Mr Assange 's has the same freedom to see visitors, lawyers ,family etc as other prisoners,
3 )That Mr Assange has access to pen ,paper,stamps and a working computer,
4 ) That Mr Assange receives proper health care.
Charlotte van Emst
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