Bayabasin, victim of judicial “error”.

Is he a seasoned criminal or a harrowing victim of corruption, power and manipulation? Hüseyin Baybasin has been imprisoned since 27 March 1998. In several Dutch prisons under a mostly very limited regime. And without the prospect of release, because life imprisonment in the Netherlands is really life imprisonment. Several people, including former prison directors such as Bart Molenkamp, former director of the EBI in Vught and Frans Douw, former director of the PI Zuyder Bos in Heerhugowaard, are convinced of his innocence. Wim van der Pol and Klaas Langendoen (former detective) wrote a convincing book on the whole Baybasin case, explaining on all fronts the abuse of power, manipulation and dishonesty in this case. But Hans van der Ven, former head of signal analysis of the Military Intelligence and Security Service, and last but not least Professor Ton Derksen, the man behind the revision of Lucia de Berk's sentence, are also convinced of Baybasin's innocence. He wrote a number of books in which he convincingly demonstrates that the evidence against Baybasin was not only falsely obtained, but also completely incorrect in substance. An overwhelming amount of new facts and expert reports was provided by Adele van der Plas, the never relentless lawyer of Baybasin. The lawyer general at the Supreme Court, Mr. Aben, has seven years (!) studied on this request and found arguments to turn the case in such a way that the Supreme Court rejected this request for revision. Professor Derksen said about Mr. Aben's research: “He is either very stupid (and he is not) or very bad, the choice is yours.”

Hüseyin Baybasin was convicted of murder, incitement to murder, two hostages and a drug deal, so for running a criminal organization. It is almost unbelievable, but all the evidence in these cases is extremely carefully and skilfully unraveled and refuted by Professor Ton Derksen. The defense of Mr. Aben, attorney general at the Supreme Court, is described by him as “cleaning strategies”. In a conversation I had with him, he was very clear: “Aben just lides on various points.” Without going into all the points, I would like to mention one very crucial and clear point. In one of the many phone tapes, which were obviously manipulated, Baybasin would have said, “You have to make him cold.” That will be translated in court as “We have to kill him.” Besides the fact that on the tapers it is clear that he says something else, namely “You have to make him call”. is the expression “killing someone” only in Dutch, which Baybasin does not master, a synonym for “killing”. In English, such a thing simply does not exist.

And on the order of murder he would have given: Turkish trial documents on the tea murder indicate that both suspects (to whom Baybasin would have ordered murder) are acquitted or not prosecuted for complete lack of evidence. The alleged murderers turned out to be innocent, but the alleged client got life in the Netherlands. On May 6, I had a conversation with three of the four prison directors, now retired, some of whom managed a prison in which Baybasin was imprisoned. Jacques van Huet, former director of the Penitentiary institution (PI) Over Amstel, de Bijlmerbajes, Frans Douw, former director of PI Zuyder Bos in Heerhugowaard and Jos Poelman, former director of the Pompekliniek. Bart Molenkamp, former director of the EBI in Vught, could not be present, but I spoke to him by phone. They are unanimous in their conviction that there is a serious error of justice here. An error that may not be an error, but a deliberate action, possibly politically driven to honour agreements with Turkey. Probably to keep people out of the wind or cover up other things. Already several times they were, quite lonely, demonstrating in The Hague and flying. They're convinced of Baybasin's innocence. Frans Douw says that as director he was part of the larger system, in which loyalty to the hierarchy was the norm. As a result, values and standards are internalized. Only when you're out of the system, retired, for example, do you get away from that. If you're in it and stand up against it, it's political suicide.

What's going on here? How can this be? Is this really happening in the Netherlands? After all, we are a constitutional state of which we should be proud. This kind of thing happens only in “banana republics”, not in the very neat Dutch prisons. It is almost impossible to make people even doubt a little, to open their eyes to the fact that the Netherlands also has its political prisoner. Amnesty Netherlands does not respond to my requests to provide information about this. Politicians dive away when it comes to this case. There were some demonstrations in which the above-mentioned directors stuck their necks out and demonstrated at the parliament for the release of Baybasin, handed out flyers to leading MPs, but without result.

I myself have been able to visit Hüseyin several times in the Schie prison in Rotterdam. I requested this through the mental care department and with some difficulty I succeeded. At the moment these visits are banned again and I try to regain access via the appropriate roads. I only knew Hüseyin from the stories, the books. When I first meet him, I'm impressed by his appearance. Is this a man who's been in prison for over 20 years with no prospect of release? Powerful, proud upright and with friendly open eyes he greets me. “You are most welcome, I like to see some people who are interested in me. How is your family?” It's the question he asks every time I come and sometimes when he can call me. How's it going with you! How's your family, your kids, your grandchildren? He's an engaging man with a lot of interest in the other. The way in which he deals with the guards is extremely correct and even cordial. But also in principle. If we suddenly have to change rooms during a conversation (why?), he refuses to go to another doctor's office. “It's special for terrorists, and I'm not a terrorist. Any other room is fine, but not the terrorist room.” In front of me, therefore, there is not a terrorist, but an intelligent man with vision and faith in the future of his people, the Kurds. He was co-founder of the Kurdish parliament in exile in 1995, and also from his imprisonment he manages to play a lasting role in this. He remains optimistic, active, non-hateful and convinced of his cause. “I have been locked up, but my mind is free. Those who have done this to me are prisoners of their own minds.” That is his conviction, and that's how he holds it.

What does this do with your sense of justice, your trust in the rule of law and therefore your trust in many people within that rule of law? You're not just holding a political prisoner in custody. It takes a network of people who hold their hands over their heads. Who may “know something of each other” that makes them hold each other hostage. And then it has to be about politicians, justice, judges, (senior) officials, those who have been “served in your Highness”.
Ton Derksen: “It is possible and even quite common that people are wrongly trapped by misleading evidence. That's not even always malicious. In my book “Innocent Fix” I show that in life sentences, exonerating evidence is often omitted. Detectives and prosecutors, but ultimately judges, tend to treat suspects as perpetrators. He or she did it, and we're going to look for evidence. In several cases, I have shown that this mechanism has taken place. (Puttense Murder Case 2002, Schiedamse Parkmoord, 2004, Lucia de Berk, 2010, Ina Post 2010). In general, this is not malice, but rather - oddly enough - well-intentioned. We have to find a perpetrator and protect our citizens from dangerous criminals. So if we “know for sure “that someone did it, we'll prove it. When data appears that are exculpable to the suspect (perpetrator) one is inclined to omit it. Imagine a dangerous criminal not being convicted. When reviewing cases, there is a different mechanism, but with the same aim. If too many revisions are allocated, citizens could lose confidence in the rule of law. You can then apparently be wrongly convicted! In both cases, a kind of tube vision arises, which can lead to unjustified convictions. If that happens only in a few percent of cases, this will lead to many wrongful convictions in a huge amount of criminal cases. It may not be possible to exclude it altogether, but my passion is to prevent this as much as possible, especially in the case of lifelong punishments. It'll just happen to you. In the case of Baybasin, there is clearly something else going on. Although it has been clearly demonstrated that the evidence has been wrongly obtained and heavily manipulated, the train appears to be by the thunder. That frustrates me enormously. Mr. Aben is lying, the Supreme Court goes along, the system leaves it there. The rule of law is at stake! Again, mistakes can be made are almost inevitable. Even the failure to grant a review can result from the right protection of the rule of law. But consciously lying, ignoring the evidence of innocence, is a gross violation of the rule of law, in which there must be more to play than self-interest. Of course, there is also self-interest. Mr. Aben would like to join the Supreme Court, and refuting the request for revision may contribute to that. But there's more to play here. All kinds of theories are about that. I do not participate in these speculations, but they are fed by these false, unfair manipulations.”

A week later I have a conversation with Adèle van der Plas, the lawyer of Baybasin, who has been legally assisting him for years. In her I meet a passionate woman, with great indignation at the injustice that is almost impossible to fight. Her office in a building on the Prinsengracht in Amsterdam is full of files. Really full, scattered all over the room. All for the Baybasin case. She does other things, but in fact only to keep the office running in order to continue to assist Baybasin. For he cannot pay, all his money and good has been seized, and there is even a great claim on him by the state - an attempt to force him to pay for the mistakes that have been made to him. What does it do to you and your trust in the rule of law, I ask her? “That trust is under pressure, especially in this case. There are so many people involved in this case that you wonder if the system still works the way it should work. If it is so clearly demonstrated that all the evidence obtained has been false, falsified, manipulated, who will all be involved in that? How is it possible that we have a political prisoner in the Netherlands? We're almost out of legal litigation. There may still be some (limited) possibilities at the European Court. But as far as the Netherlands is concerned, the responsibility now lies with the government, the politics. They should conduct an in-depth and independent investigation. But that seems almost impossible. Who should order that? Who should do that?”

The former directors believe that whistleblowers should be listened to, that politics is on the move, that the Lower House should take initiatives to investigate the affairs of the justice system. They don't think the chances of that happening are great. The need for it is. If the Netherlands are to remain a rule of law, something must be done to several people who have been monitoring the system for years and make it a narrow, closed system. These former directors also see an extremely negative role of the aforementioned Mr. Aben, Attorney General at the Supreme Court. On the Restore Justice website, managed by Jos Poelman, a link is made with the “Demmink case”. Jacques van Huet writes: “The immediate reason (to oppose his former employer) was the entry of former Judicial Chief Officer Joris Demmink to the Dutch Helsinki Committee. The Committee shall focus, inter alia, on combating child abuse. I have been involved in it professionally with former colleagues. When I heard that Demmink accused of child abuse joined the committee after his retirement in 2012, I stopped. I thought that was outrageous.”

The case looks like a dead end. Not much is written on Restore Justice anymore. But in his prison cell in Rotterdam there is still a man, unbroken in spirit, with an eventful interest in his country, his people, but also in the people around him. Not a cool killer, but a driven man, victim of a miscarriage of justice. Even more so, of political unwillingness, deliberate deception. Who picks up the glove? It seems hopeless, but it shouldn't be. If the Netherlands wants to remain a rule of law, we will have to solve matters like this and not look away. A quote from Prof. Ton Derksen's preface to the book “rattling arguments for the Supreme Court” reads: “Normally politicians should not interfere in lawsuits. After all, in a democracy there is a separation of powers and the judge must be able to operate independently. In this case, however, there is every reason for politics to wake up, because the independence of justice itself is in danger and because in a good democracy the various powers should control each other.”

#Baybasin #Demmink #PI #kindermisbruik #onterechtlevenslang #Prof Derksen #Democratie #Eppstein .

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Requiem: Chapter 1
- I'm orphaned looking at the two silver-grey urns on the steel plane in the lawn. It sings, but I don't really notice. The drizzle mixes with my silent tears and flows past my grief face. I want and will keep me strong, but nothing is more difficult. My soaked hair sticks like a snail in my neck. Wherever my parents may be, in these urns or as an immortal soul in some dimension, my thoughts are with them. I am neither an atheist nor a convinced pillar biter, but the longer I walk around this globe, the more I doubt the existence of a Supreme Being. Some call this creature God, some give Him a different name. “If “He exists and has power or influence on our world, if He has any power to intervene, then such a thing should not happen. Shooting images through my head. An afternoon in the snow with my father where we made a giant snowman with all the trimmings. The beautiful black hair of my mother that I liked brushing as a little child. The many ways of life I got from both my parents. A God who allows this, I don't want to know today. The person responsible for this is all the better. It is the only creature that possesses the ability to decimate, rape, slaughter and quartering its own kind without remorse. The only living creature that kills his own kind in an instant and goes on without looking back, without even dwell on his irreversible act, just as if nothing had happened,. The remains of my parents, twice a few handfuls of ashes, descend silently into their respective urns underground. A small copper-colored plate, not so large, on which in small letters their name, date of birth and death is printed, automatically slides across the space and takes their place. It seems to me like a misplaced magic trick: now you see them... then no more! In my heart, however, they will never disappear. Arturo Mitsukai and his wife Sachiko Matai had died a violent death. Violence is, of course, an unmistakable fact from the beginning of the existence of mankind. The survival urge that is embedded in our genes is difficult to cut out as a tumor or a tumour. It is peculiar to our society and burned in us as a mark. Both in humans or in society there is one rule, one law that is still valid. The law of the strongest! Sometimes the result of this law is directly proportional to the use of the power of the person using the force. Unfortunately, there are people who only know this answer, who only listen when they feel a hard hand. Another time, the aggression used is so excessive that the majority frankly disapprove of it because it passes its goal. But when that piece of perverse brutality touches you personally, it changes you forever. It's a cancerous tumor that keeps growing and at some point breaks open like an overripe pimple. With all the disastrous consequences. It crawls into your brain, it nests like a virus in your mind, a worm that does irrevocable harm. Friends and acquaintances of my parents, some of whom I had ever seen, people from the accounting office where I work, other completely strangers to me, have just expressed their condolences in a silence that is fraught with the way my parents literally and figuratively from life-carved. I just can't imagine it, I have to try to push my thoughts away in a separate corner where they may slumber in quiet grief.. That's where I'm going to keep them for a while until the time is right. Then, the moment it's necessary, I'm going to reenepen these feelings.. I will never forget what was done to my parents, never will I forgive the unsub! My name is Yukiko Mitsukai and today I promise retribution for these murders. I appeal to this blood deed. It is the revenge, the retribution that is the only exception to the peace-loving doctrine of the Akai. If it is not possible in these circumstances, if this promise is not at the moment, then I say that there is no reason for the existence of this use in the Akai. Exceptional circumstances require exceptional measures, you taught me that. As true as I am your daughter, I will find, and hunt your murderer wherever he may hide. If I have to search on the other side of the world or in the deepest pits of hell, he will not escape me. Even if that search lasts until I die myself or people kill me. In the course of that process, I will try to use all that you have taught me to achieve my goal. Because so much that's mine now comes from you. What you have given me is priceless. Something for which I must be eternally grateful and also am. My hands and feet will become my weapons, my mind will be tougher and sharper than the steel of a sword. I hope my vengeance can give you both peace of mind. The death of your murderer will not compare anything to what he did to you. That and nothing less I promise! Actually, I ' Akai' am at heart. ………. Arturo Mitsukai cut a leaf from a beautiful flower arrangement.. Arturo was in the winter of his life. His age, hard to estimate, could hardly be attributed to him his seventy-five years. Arturo was still as straight as he used to be when he was a proud and proud young man. His step was still confident and fixed even now. Maybe a little slower than before. His short cut white-gray hair was a natural pointer to the many years he counted. The wisdom that shone from his eyes, and the serenity in the words when he spoke of something, testified to years of experience but also to a well-founded knowledge of matters. His physical condition was tiptop, there he took care of himself every day. Arturo Mitsukai walked a little five kilometers every morning, outside when the weather was nice and otherwise on the treadmill he had purchased years ago. He also regularly cycled quite a bit of distance on his bike or stationary bike in his hobby room. A healthy mind in a healthy body was certainly not an empty phrase for him.. His greatest passion, however, was his greenhouse with exotic flora. Arturo had a large collection of flowers and plants. From dozens of species of orchids, including the hybrid species Cymbidium, Vanda and Phalaenopsis to bromeliads of different genera such as Billbergia, Guzmania and Aechmea. Yuccas and other tropical plants adorned his spacious greenhouse. In the beginning, when he started with some plants, he sometimes had a hard time distinguishing one species from another. Now after all these years of searching and working with them every day with passion, he knew them by their folk and Latin names.. Orchids, he sometimes told friends, thrive in high humidity. Therefore, they perfectly match with plants with a large leaf mass. He also told them that orchids are epiphytic, which means they can grow on other plants. Therefore, they are bound to a bark with a special substrate. To achieve a natural effect, one can make a kind of tree of it yourself and then combine it with, for example, the bromeliads he grew. Greenhouse building and its applications had few secrets left for Arturo, and sometimes he walked over to a random visitor with enthusiasm. He was forgiven with all understanding of the passion for his life's work. A layman in the profession would not understand what he was doing now. Why with tenderness and love he was still removing fresh green leaves and sometimes a flowering flower — pieces representing life — from a flower arrangement? One might think that this was an act of useless mutilation, a destroying a piece of natural beauty. Why he put the green petal and the cut flower separately in a bowl with tenderness would seem strange? He would soon find a suitable destination for this collection of cut flowers and removed plant parts. These leaves, flowers, meant new life. Fertilizer for another flower or plant. Their cycle of decay was part of the circle of life of another plant or flower. This was one of the roads that the Akai wandered. Akai or red in Japanese stood before the sun on their flag Hinomaru . This meant solar disk and they still coloured their national banner . For the Akai, that sun was the source of life and growth. The strength and aesthetics of a flower should not be subordinate to the quantity of the blossoms and the green of the leaf. Depending on the number and size of the leaves that were different for each type of flower. Thus grows and blooms a flower, a plant in all its splendor. Waste was a sin against the rules of nature. This way of life of the Akai brought balance, balance and peace of mind to the plant and flower world, as well as to the flora in the conservatory of Arturo Mitsukai. This way of thinking could be extended in a number of cases for some human life values. Sometimes one can develop certain qualities better by converting his known weaknesses in oneself into positive forces. The power of a man is only as strong as his greatest weakness. By going and working this way, man improves himself as a whole. By working on its lesser good sides, one strengthens the overall picture of oneself. When the door of the conservatory opened and the chill of the evening blew his fresh breath over the back of Arturo, he did not look back. The smell of jasmine tea met him in the person of Sachiko Matai, his life companion.. Like him, she was dressed in a sober black and white ensemble that extra accentuated her light skin. A skin like silk he knew so well, a body he still coveted. His love for Sachiko in the last season of his life was no longer marked by the bright colours of passion or by the impetuousness of youth. Now their relationship knew the gentle depth of control, a trait peculiar to their old age and the knowledge of their unconditional love for each other. Proof of this they have been providing for so many years, so many days together in prosperity and adversity. It goes without saying that one achieves such a thing only after a long time. To be able to walk the way of life together is a privilege that one can rightly be proud. It is indeed an adventure of trial and error, a process of learning and understanding, of giving and taking. Periods of happiness and disaster alternate as in every human life, but each time one helps each other back on top of it. That was the core of their love. It was not always an easy road, but it eventually led to the daily enjoyment of the deep affection between a man and a woman. With a loving smile as a silent thank you, he sipped the hot jasmine tea she had brought for him. He preferred this kind of tea, not only because he thought it was the best fragrance tea, but also because the tea was made by laying jasmine flowers among the leaves of green tea. He found that symbolically in balance with his hobby, with his hundreds of flowers and plants he grew in his conservatory. Actually, the tea he drank was of Chinese origin where they used ten kilos of jasmine flowers to obtain about one kilo of jasmine tea. The tea at Arturo had a calming effect and worked relaxing. It also promoted his digestion, which at his age was indeed important. Therefore, he was always grateful for the jasmine tea that his wife prepared him every day without fail. He still found Sachiko Matai attractive and slim, although she was barely five years younger. On several occasions he told her that. True love and affection is expressed in words and deeds. Sometimes after years of silence or blindly accepting an established fact, that self-evident affection disappears with a little bit and at a time it's gone, one day it's completely gone. Sachiko allowed to color her gray hair black at her age. Sachiko did this to please her husband and not out of personal vanity. That would be a sin for an Akai. Arturo had once told me that if he met her for the first time, it was her black long hair that he first noticed.. He fell first for her black shiny hair, then for her silent smile that always shone in her eyes and when he really met her as his future wife, he fell for the wife Sachiko herself. It was so long ago. Times gone by and then she was such a young and ignorant child. Now, as a grown woman, she put her hair up in a bun, but at night, in the intimacy of their bedroom, she loosened it and caressed Arturo with the same love and affection through her raven-black long hair before kissing her goodnight. Sachiko had never used anything of makeup in her life. By the way, her husband always said that she possessed some kind of natural beauty, still blushing every time after the little complement like the young girl she had once been. Even before Arturo drank his cup of tea, the light went out in the conservatory and several things happened at once. Arturo and Sachiko were both surprised, both by the darkness and by the strange smell of the spray that came out of the nebulizer nozzles. Shocked, they wanted to run together to the exit of the greenhouse but their feet refused duty after a few shaky steps. The world began to turn in front of their eyes like a blurry image and they remained staggering, seeking support together. However, those last steps that removed them from the oxygen-rich and liberating evening air were no longer awarded to them. The delineated perimeter of the conservatory door disappeared into an ever-darkening fog before their eyes as they both fell unconscious among their orchids, lilies, bromeliads and other exotic plants that shared their love every day. ………. Slowly, the world came back in varying degrees of pain. It was beating like a nagging banging in the back of his head, a moping in his teeth, a dry throat begging for water, and his old bones that were apparently bruised in several places. It was an extremely tormented feeling all over his body that woke up from the anaesthetic. Arturo moaned softly when he opened his eyes. The light was too bright, flashed painfully like the sharp of a knife through his mind so he turned his head very carefully to the right. To his great dismay and fear, he saw that his wife Sachiko was in the same circumstances.. Like him, she was with both hands and feet tied to a chair. She sat next to him within reach. If he wasn't handcuffed, he could touch them like that. So close and yet so far apart. Tagged with a dirty cloth she too was slowly reeling and looked around her amazed and anxious. A surprised and troubled look appeared in her eyes when she noticed Arturo. Then the first musical sounds slipped through the space in which they were tied. The tones sizzled like glowing hot coals through their awakening bodies. Both Sachiko and Arturo, who could taste a piece of good classical music in different circumstances, regained consciousness on the sounds of a gloomy Requiem. That's a Mozart piece, it shot Sachiko in the head, almost at the same time as her husband recognized the piece of music. The familiar words sounded to them, but a throbbing headache prevented both from amazing at this music . Facts mixed with their tormented feelings. The Requiem of Mozart was the last and unfinished work of the Master, composed on his sick bed. It had been figuratively and literally his last composition, his requiem. One of those futile facts that shot through the spirit of Arturo. Something that barely mattered right now. He knew that Frans Xaver Süssmayr had composed this unfinished composition of Mozart into a legendary polyphonic piece of music. Why Arturo was thinking about that, he didn't know? Just a neurotransmitter that passed some information through a synapse into a human's head. A chemical reaction at a time when other things were much more important in their difficult situation. They heard the sounds and words of Lacrimosa , the sixth part of the Requiem of Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart from various corners of the walls threatening to flow on them. Lacrimosa Dies Illa, In terms of Resurget Ex Favvilla Judicandus Gay Giant, On that day of tears To which the guilty man From the ashes will rise To be judged A theatrical figure dressed in a wide white robe entered the room and suddenly danced like an unreal ghost with swirling gestures around them. Arturo and Sachiko followed the creature with anxious eyes. In every tone of the death song he waved a samurai sword around them, between them, and finally hit them during that macabre dance occasionally with surefire blows. The shining weapon reflected light at every move and at every stroke. Flashing blows to injure, not yet to kill. As a conductor's measure, the white spirit used the razor-sharp weapon on the sounds of the song, like a master he felt and shielded to the rhythm of music. Lacrimosa Dies Illa, Cutting and carving. bumps and twists. The gag choked in part the screaming of pain, their begging for mercy. However, the blood flowed with every note, more and more in a gloomy crescendo, in a menacing climax. The white dress their executioner wore turned red, soaked with blood on the sounds of gloomy music. The song led to an inhumane tragic but certain death. And death danced like a devil around them! In terms of resurget Ex Favvilla Judicandus Gay Giant, Huic Ergo Parce Deus Pie Jesu, Domine, Dona Requirement Requiem. Then be merciful to him, Oh, God.! Dear Jesus, Lord, Give them peace. The life of Arturo Mitsukai and his wife Sachiko now flows very quickly into streams out of them. Their bodies had been torn and pieces of skin were hung up unmaterially on their bodies. In their blood-filled eyes there was no hope, almost no light left. Just a sputtering pilot that threatened to extinguish every moment. Dona Requirement Requiem . A plea! Give them peace! The white-red nightmare, which unfortunately was not a dream, straightened up in all its strength, ready for the last notes. The sword raised high above himself, and on the word 'Requiem' he pulled out with all his power for the final blow, beheaded his two victims with a smooth movement in one stroke with the razor-sharp Nihonto.. The final sung word of the Requiem shouted the form even louder than the voices of the choir several times, while the heads of Arturo and Sachiko rolled on the ground in front of his feet as a final release from their suffering. His ultimate satisfaction, their forgiveness in death! 'Amen, Amen, Amen!’ © Rudi J.P. Lejaeghere Requiem: Prologue or Chapter 1 - Requiem: Prologue - Requiem: Chapter 2 -
The sims the house of fallen trees and lily carvajal
Recently there was a news story which dictated that the #sims 5 will be released at least before December of this year and because this news made me want to play again the game which I think was the best and one of my favorites #sims 2 together with the second expansion of the game called night owls which had to give a gloomy atmosphere