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Dear Oireachtas Member,
Re: Council of Europe (European Court of Human Rights) case reference: 25077/05
Under the terms of Article 35.1 of the "Convention for the Protection of Human Rights and Fundamental Freedoms" ( http://conventions.coe.int/treaty/en/Treaties/Html/005.htm ) please note that I have to satisfy the European Court of Human Rights that "all domestic remedies have been exhausted": and that there are time limits imposed by the Council of Europe for my doing so.
Allowing for Article 35.1, and with due regard for the contents of the "To Whom It May Concern" letter from my GP (Dr Michael McCavert), which can be viewed via the Internet link I have provided below, I believe the time has now come for the ongoing psychological abuse I am being subjected to by government (which has been going on for the past several years) to be raised and discussed in Dail Eireann.
As it the case that my health and general circumstances continue to deteriorate, despite the best efforts of myself, my GP, and my Social Worker (Mr Gerard Madden), I believe the Dail discussion requested in the paragraph immediately above should take place as soon as possible please.
I wish you to know that there is no doubt whatsoever in my mind that I am a victim of the kind of legal and government abuse which I have outlined in the e-mail reproduced below to Mr Madden (dated October 4th 2005); and, that given the opportunity (which I am being denied), I am completely confident that I would have no difficulty at all in proving that in a court of law.
Last Friday (i.e. October 7th 2005), I sent a very similar e-mail to this one to a different group of Oireachtas Members. That particular group included Prime Minister Ahern TD, as well as the leaders of the main Opposition Parties.
Later in the day, I also sent a printed and signed copy of last Friday's e-mail to Prime Minister Ahern through the registered post. Full details, including scanned copies of the Post Office registration receipt I used, can be viewed at the following Internet location:
As it appears to me that several Oireachtas Members might not be aware of it, I feel I should point out that Article 13 ("Right to an effective remedy") of the Convention for the Protection of Human Rights and Fundamental Freedoms reads as follows: "Everyone whose rights and freedoms as set forth in this Convention are violated shall have an effective remedy before a national authority notwithstanding that the violation has been committed by persons acting in an official capacity".
I feel I should also state that I believe the extraordinary psychological abuse I am being subjected to is the product of oligarchical corruption - i.e. abuse associated with a corrupt government run by a very small group of people, where some of the people in the small group may well be very wealthy and/or influential private citizens: and who are not necessarily even citizens of the Republic of Ireland. Further information on this old and extremely dangerous form of corruption can be found at the following address:
Unfortunately, it seems to me that this kind of corruption, which can readily be traced back through a long and bloody trail of human misery and destruction to the days of the Roman Empire, has the wholehearted support of United States President George W. Bush, and UK Prime Minister Tony Blair M.P. ; and, at the same time, that Mr Bush and Mr Blair appear (to me) to in turn have the enthusiastic support of a number of very senior politicians in the Republic of Ireland: such as, for example, Prime Minister Ahern T.D., Deputy Prime Minister Mary Harney T.D., and Minister for Justice Michael McDowell T.D..
Allowing for the above, and with due regard for my deep-seated disgust, loathing, and consequent opposition to corruption, it is small wonder perhaps that my set of legal difficulties (which are very largely connected with opposing corruption) are proving so extremely difficult for me to resolve?
Also, I would like to take this opportunity to state, and to stress, that the huge fear in me of appearing in court has nothing whatsoever to do with contempt for the law, or with contempt for the courts: instead, it is entirely a function of contempt for corruption.
Any help you might be able to please let me have regarding the above matters would be very much appreciated.
Republic of Ireland.
COPY: Printed copy to Dr Michael McCavert GP, Omagh Medical Centre, Omagh, County Tyrone, Northern Ireland.
William Finnerty <email@example.com> wrote:
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