The situation you’re in
When life is mown away from under your feet, as in the 10 examples on the home page – very clear data is available – that what is happening cannot happen and that the justice system does not apply to you, the question arises how can you survive such a thing.
Justice has a dark side, namely the basis on which the decision rests is sometimes wafer-thin, when a questionable event in the course of justice raises eyebrows, or when a person is framed in a context where he does not belong.
As an ordinary person, you get a burden placed on your shoulders that makes the luster of life suddenly disappear for years or decades.
The weight of the burden that comes on your shoulders and the hurdles you face in life, when you become the subject of justice for the wrong reasons, cannot be expressed in words.
You find yourself in a situation that no words can describe, there is the expression, ‘walking a mile in the shoes of someone else’. When yourself does not go through those life difficulties, you cannot know what it is, to end up in such a justice system.
The website has examples that allow you to judge for yourself.
What did a 14-year-old kid George Stinney from the list on the home page endure in agony and indescribable pain to be convicted of something he could have had nothing to do with and end up in the electric chair?
Why does someone make a website like this?
When something happens to yourself that everyone from far and wide can see is impossible, you realise that something is not right in our society. You doubt and you make the reflection do people actually know what is 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 is evidence you bring, nay the pain people in all innocence have to endure when what cannot happen happens.
What is the purpose of the website?
One should face the reality of life and feel people’s emotions in those circumstances, as only the person feels them in that deeply human situation of life, as covered in the 4 videos below.
Mistakes are made in the judiciary, of course, for numerous reasons people make mistakes, however, in such a situation you have people’s lives in your hand and you destroy people’s lives in such a situation. However from the examples in the website, you establish that there is also manipulation of the records of people who become the objects of justice without reason, cause or cause.
This confronts justice with a known phenomenon that the entities of justice include wrong people, people without conscience.
It is not evident to demonstrate clearly convincingly and correctly that something is wrong in the justice system, not that mistakes are made, this is obviously peculiar to being human, but that something happens that raises eyebrows, just as it happens in a Candid Camera.
It is something beyond thinking, that the lives of people of good character who are above suspicion are deliberately being played with.
18 aug. 2014
21 mrt. 2012
Understanding the idea behind the website
Using justice for the wrong reasons, as with
- George Stinney,
- The Central Park Five,
- Liam Allan (all named above) or
- Manuel Mauro
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 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.
4 okt. 2014