HET LIJKT WEL OF DE WANHOPIGE BEVOLKING OVERAL TER WERELD NU NAAR DE GRAFFITI-SPUIT GRIJPT OM DE WAARHEID OF HUN BOODSCHAP NAAR BUITEN TE BRENGEN * NU OOK GRAFFITI-ACTIE IN ZAAK VAN IERSE MARIANNE VAATSTRA * ‘IERSE MARIANNE VERMOORD IN SATANISCH RITUEEL’
Daags nadat Nederland werd opgeschrikt door de ‘Fuck de Koning-acties’ gaat het er ook in Ierland ruig aan toe op graffiti-gebied. In de zaak van de ‘Ierse Marianne’ Elaine O’ Hara -waarvoor een ‘Jasper S.’ is veroordeeld in een show-proces dat de Ierse MSM maanden heeft gedomineerd (tot iedereen er gek van werd) is thans een explosieve boodschap verschenen op een muurtje in Bandon waar de Ierse Jasper S. woont: Lord Steven Bernard murdered Elaine O’Hara in a satanic mass. De Ierse Sunday World bericht hierover. Deze boodschap is met name zo explosief omdat Micha -juist vanwege de extreme overeenkomsten van de zaak-O’Hara met de zaak-Vaatstra- altijd heeft beweerd dat de Ierse vrouw -net als Marianne- slachtoffer is geworden van een satanische, rituele moord gepleegd door de ‘elite’. De Ierse autoriteiten reageren al net zo hysterisch op Micha als de Nederlandse en Micha werd in Ierland twee maal gearresteerd waarna hij werd gedwongen zijn Ierse website off line te brengen onder dreiging van gevangenisstraf. Eerder werd Micha gearresteerd, gevangengezet, berecht en veroordeeld voor graffiti die hij plaatste op het huis van Joris Demmink en diverse panden van Justitie. De Engelse Sunday Times kwam op 29 maart met een uitgebreid artikel over Micha’s rol in het proces van de ‘Ierse Marianne’:
Dutch blogger’s ‘grotesque’ site put trial in peril
John Mooney, Mark Tighe
John Mooney and Mark Tighe
29 March 2015
© Times Newspapers Limited 2015
THE trial of Graham Dwyer was imperilled when a Dutch blogger uploaded prejudical information about the case on the website killingirishwomen.com.
Micha Kat, a Dutch blogger who specialises in conspiracy theories, uploaded video blogs which contained prejudicial information about Dwyer, including suggesting he was innocent. The court was told Kat had referred to legal arguments made in the absence of the jury. Kat filmed some videos while standing outside the Criminal Courts of Justice.
The contents of Kat’s video blogs were soon brought to the attention of Judge Tony Hunt, who presided over Dwyer’s trial. Remy Farrell, a barrister defending Dwyer, told the judge his client had no knowledge of the website or Kat.
The judge asked gardai to locate the author of the material, who represented himself in court. Kat, who referred to Hunt as “Mr Judge”, asked the court to explain what he had done wrong and to advise him. “Mr Judge, what is the problem?” said Kat, who asked Hunt if he would treat non-Irish journalists in such a fashion. “What have I done wrong, Mr Judge?” he said.
Hunt explained to Kat there are rules concerning the publication of evidence heard in the absence of a jury during a trial. Kat insisted his actions were permissible under European law.
Kat was arrested and brought before Judge John Hedigan in the High Court, who was in the middle of the Ian Bailey trial. Paul Anthony McDermott, barrister for the director of public prosecutions, said Kat was to be charged with contempt of court and it wanted an order compelling him to remove material from the website. McDermott said this included “conspiracy” theories that alleged somebody else murdered Elaine O’Hara.
Kat wrote on his website that Dwyer was not strong enough to carry O’Hara’s body and blamed a garda for killing the shop worker.
On killingirishwomen.com, Kat also claimed “a bunch of sexual predators, rapists and killers who terrorise Ireland already for many years” was active within the gardai. There were pages related to women who died by suicide but whose deaths, Kat claimed, were suspicious. He alleged the authorities were “very afraid” of his website.
Kat characterised the Dwyer case as a “fake trial” and alleged that all the evidence was “fabricated” to “hide the real perpetrators”.
He accused the judges of using contempt of court law to silence unwelcome voices.
Judge Hedigan said the material on the site was “grotesque” and a “gross interference” with the trial process. When Kat declined to give Hedigan assurances he would remove the material, the judge ordered him to be jailed. Later that day McDermott said Kat would comply with Hedigan’s order.
McDermott and Kat returned to Hedigan’s court the following week. The barrister said Kat had removed the site in the presence of gardai. The Dutch blogger asked the judge what lawyers he could hire to protect his entitlements to freedom of expression under the European Convention of Human Rights. The blogger was told he would have to find his own legal team.
He claims to have the support of Integrity Ireland, which recently threatened to perform a citizen’s arrest on the president of the High Court.
THE trial of Graham Dwyer was imperilled when a Dutch blogger uploaded prejudical information about the case on the website killingirishwomen.com, write John Mooney and Mark Tighe.