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                                                                                    Apeldoorn, Netherlands,

                                                                                    July 20th 2012



Dear subscriber,


TheNetherlandswant to be respected for their work for international justice.


Starting with the international initiative Amnesty International, Fathers for Justice, etc. a growing number of people start to realise … a lot is going wrong. Badly wrong.


An astonishing number of trials turn out to be mistrails.

A growing number of convicted people turn out to be imprisoned for life

… but innocent.


Now step by step a study is done … what’s about in Civil Right Cases.


In civil right cases the problem is even worse.

Often behind closed doors people’s lives are ruined by unprofessional judges. Nobody else hears … nobody else sees …


In cases about family life and children governemental intitutions turn out to be guilty of the most serious crimes with fraud and child-maltreatment.


A number of journalists is doing work together.

The problem is huge.


International aid is welcome. A lot of developments turn out to be equal in a lot of different countries.


Please contact us on:

(translated: justice victimes)


In Germanywe have a peer-organization:






Keywords for study in the Dutch context:

– Bureau Jeugdzorg

– Trias Politica

– Raad voor de Kinderbescherming

– rechtbank

– hof

– gerechten

– Ministerie van Justitie

– zittende magistratuur

– staande magistratuur

– OM, Openbaar Ministerie

– officier van justitie

– in het belang van het kind

– klemcriterium

– Burgerlijk Wetboek

– enz. enz.


Special interest for the following scolars:

– Asch

– Milgram

– Freud, Anna



Special thanks to the following scolars and journalists:

– dhr. Ton Derksen

– dhr. Maurice de Hond

– dhr. Anne Boer

– Horst Trieflinger

– mr. Wedzinga

– mr. Knoops

– and many more


Let us know what you are thinking about all this.

Did you become active doing things in your own country?

What did you achieve?



Yours sincerely,


Oscar A.

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