Martha struggles for freedom in Ireland

Regarding post “Martha receives negative decision from Prosecutor’s Office” we supplement the post with what we know.

The only consignment, that Martha received before Christmas, were “wishes from the prosecutor”. The prosecutor “wished” Martha, that Supreme Court would not consider Martha’s case anymore, because everything was all right. There were 11 pages of such “wishes”.

The prosecutor filed such a letter to the Court on 25th of December 2018. On 18th of December, Martha’s current solicitor forwarded her the letter, and it was delivered to her last day before holidays – on 22nd of December. It was the only consignment delivered to her before Christmas.

The letter is in English, and Martha understands little of it. It’s probably a position of prosecutor’s office regarding Martha’s application to Supreme Court. The prosecutor’s office presented their position, that Martha’s case shouldn’t be processed by Supreme Court, because everything was all right. Martha thinks that this is what it’s about, because “the letter has the same tables” (Martha’s words) as her application, which she was acquainting with.

Is this a proper treating of Martha and her family by current solicitor? Shouldn’t Martha,  in such important matter, receive a  letter in polish language? Shouldn’t Martha’s family, especially her sister which holds all powers of an attorney, receive the letter along with translation?

All of this does not prevent Martha’s current solicitor to rest, celebrate, maybe have a good fun on New Year’s Eve, and get back to work in some day after New Year’s Day. And Martha and her family has to live in uncertainty, what letter Martha received from prosecutor’s office. Martha’s life is at stake, and nobody provides even basic information.

Christmas is especially family time, for families, that for different reasons can not be together, they are time which is “difficult to endure”. When you get such a letter from prosecutor’s office, on the last day before holidays…

Martha fought for her life with storm, she fought against the tide, today she struggles with unfeeling irish system, which so easily gives highest sentences to foreigners.

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