Not everyone is honest – Not everyone is fair
Showing no emotion, acting as though nothing were unusual.
If you believe that the justice system is functioning properly and everything is going well, then you have an image of the justice system that lags behind reality. You will notice in examples that this image is somewhat distorted.
The purpose of the website is to correct this.
There are people who have no sense of norms; this is also the case with standard-bearers in society, with people who have a special status or carry a responsibility and make strange moves without reason, putting together a box of tricks, devising a shady construction to disrupt something, in other words, to completely ruin someone’s life.
As one can see from the examples on the homepage and throughout the website, one is stunned to find that people end up in prison 100% framed. One can’t believe that justice can be so deceptive. It’s like confessing to the devil.
It doesn’t matter if you have sworn costly oaths, experienced a religious calling, or radiate any characteristic of trustworthiness, in a nutshell, extremely wrong actions are taken towards the person who needs you.
We are dealing with people who acquire power, in whatever capacity, and who abuse that power.
These are people who have no shame, regardless of what they do.
The paradox is that for completely innocent people in prison, of whom it is known they are innocent, it takes years of effort to be exonerated.
We are dealing with people who acquire power and who abuse that power.
One of the fundamental purposes of a justice system is to protect people from others violating their legal interests.
In cases that turn out to have resulted in wrongful convictions, it is the criminal justice system itself that victimizes persons who have not committed any crime but are punished nonetheless. “Deeply concerning”, of erg onrustwekkend.
Notice. No clue, no piece of information, and no element can explain why those people end up in prison. It is the extreme situations of fraudulent justice or ‘a perversion of justice’ These are the examples mentioned in point 2 and subsequently in point 9 on the home page. It is the omnipotence of justice that is used to intentionally do wrong or other forces are at play. (it is not the margin of error within the judiciary).
A thirteen-year-old boy was threatened to give a false testimony, claiming that harm would come to his sick mother. When he himself fell ill and told the chaplain in the hospital about the burden on his conscience regarding his false testimony that led to Ricky Jackson being imprisoned as an innocent man, Ricky Jackson was finally acquitted of all charges and released from prison 39 years later.
Once you end up in the clutches of justice through the bag of tricks, in other words, 100% framed, you can no longer escape from it by mishandling the case. Ricky Jackson is one in a thousand, where an Innocence Project has been working for years to get a clearly innocent person exonerated.
Once you end up in the justice system, even when you don’t understand how this can happen, one can then shamelessly do whatever they want.
This is no longer justice.
The situation you’re in
When life is swept from under your feet, as in the unimaginable examples in point 2 on the home page – very clear data is available – when what happens shouldn’t happen, and the justice system doesn’t apply to you, the question arises, how can one survive such a situation.
Justice has a dark side, namely, the foundation on which decisions are based can sometimes be extremely fragile, causing raised eyebrows during the legal process, or when a person is framed in a context where they don’t belong.
As an ordinary person, a heavy burden falls upon your shoulders, causing the glow of life to suddenly disappear for years or even decades.
The weight of the burden on your shoulders and the obstacles you encounter in life, when you become the target of justice for the wrong reasons, is indescribable.
You find yourself in a situation that defies description; there’s an expression, ‘walking a mile in the shoes of someone else.’ If you haven’t experienced such life difficulties yourself, you cannot truly understand what it’s like to end up in such a justice system.
The website provides examples that allow you to judge for yourself.
Consider what a 14-year-old child, George Stinney, from the list on the home page, had to endure in terms of fear and indescribable pain, to be convicted of something he couldn’t possibly have had any involvement in and to end up in the electric chair.
Why does someone make a website like this?
When something happens to yourself, something that everyone from far and wide can see, something that shouldn’t happen, you realize there’s something wrong in our society.
You doubt and wonder if people actually know what’s happening in society.
When something happens to a very young child that is clearly wrong it is even more sensitive.
The website is the conversation that is not possible to have with someone in all seriousness.
It’s evidence that you present regarding the pain innocent people endure when the unthinkable happens.
3 Adam Foss: “As a defender, you’re sort of powerless”
What is the purpose of the website?
One should face the reality of life and feel the emotions of people in those circumstances, as only the person feels them in that deeply human situation of life, as depicted in the following 4 videos.
Mistakes are made in the justice system, of course. For various reasons, people make errors. However, in such a situation, you hold people’s lives in your hands, and you destroy people’s lives.
Moreover, based on the examples on the website, it becomes evident that there is also manipulation of the files of individuals who become the target of justice without reason, cause, or justification.
This confronts the justice system with a known phenomenon: there are individuals within the entities of justice who are the wrong people, people without a conscience.
It is not easy to clearly, convincingly, and accurately demonstrate that something is wrong in the justice system – not that mistakes are made, which is obviously inherent to being human, but that something happens that raises eyebrows, just like in a Candid Camera scenario.
It is something that surpasses one’s thinking capacity, that there is a deliberate play with the lives of people of good character who are above any suspicion.
Understanding the idea behind the website
Using justice for the wrong reasons, as with
is very painful.
When justice is used to redirect an issue and blame ordinary people who have done nothing wrong, as in the above list…
You cannot shatter excellence no matter who you are, king, cardinal, important figure or standard-bearer.
It’s hard to say that doesn’t bother me. It is hard to be indifferent to a child’s innocence.
Princess Delephine, child of Belgium’s King Albert II, endured seven long years of court proceedings before her father was willing to give up his DNA on a fine of 5,000 euros a day that he refused and he had his back against the wall and had to admit what everyone knew.
Delphine was 32 at her last phone call in which Albert II said I am not your father and only 20 years later, DNA gave a definitive answer.
Justice delayed is justice denied
Princess Dephine shows exceptionally high stakes she exhibits and how gruelling a court event is, even for something that is very simple, which she herself says in the video.
One step at a time
The time it took to arrive at the website as it is cannot be expressed in words.
Before the launch of the website, a text was written of 530 pages, printed out at a print run in colour, on luxury paper. (Volume 1 – 180 pages and Volume 2 – 250 pages).
It is the work of one person who has never done anything like this before and knew nothing about it.
It’s not like there was suddenly a website at the morning dew.
It is not evident that there is a website, particularly one that has received so much attention.
It took thought in all sorts of areas to patiently build step by step.
A website that is not good enough in terms of clarity, layout and so much more is worthless.
What there is today, the website as it is an interim version. There are created pages that will still have content. There is still work to be done to arrive at a finished website.