Blatant violation of law in Dochas Centre prison in Dublin – ON WHOSE COMMAND? – WHO is so scared of losing?

Martha’s correspondance with the attorney is supervised – unlawfully.
It’s a violation of European Prison Rules, that Ireland supposedly wishes to respect.

It even came to exceptional ignorance regarding the law, a gross violation of the law.
Martha’s letter from her attorney, was copied after opening, and then it was given to Martha for signing.
Martha unnecessarily signed the copy.
The officers took the copy from her.

It happend at least twice.
Every time the copy was taken by a different prison officer.

Is it a coincidence, that the copies were taken by the two officers, who don’t even hide their hate towards Martha?

On whose command the prison officers acted?
WHO is so interested in the contents of Martha’s correspondence with the attorney?
WHO is so afraid of losing in Supreme Court, that he wants to know all the steps taken in Martha’s defense?

Martha’s sister is preparing official report of violation of law, which will be submitted to relevant institutions in Ireland.

In Martha’s family’s opinion, the case of Martha was “supervised” on every stage, so that “proper” sentence would be issued.
Today SOMEONE is still highly interested in so that nothing would change in the verdict.

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Will Martha stop to succumb to extortions? – Will she be herself? – First person – Csaba Orsos

Martha is such a kind soul, that she often relents.
For peace, often at her expense.
Unfortunately, strong personalities, who sometimes appear around her, with different intentions, use this against Martha.

Will Martha stop to succumb to such extortions?
Will she start to be herself?
Will she start to make decisions according to her own choice and her own good?

The first extortionist was Csaba.
On the unlucky day he forced Martha to drive towards the beach.
He wanted Martha to drive.
Martha didn’t want at first.
She succumbed.
She didn’t want to be seen in the car with Csaba… and she started driving.

Then she “stood up”.
She told Csaba, that she’s going home and she will not drive to the beach.
“Standing up” and opposing at this moment led to the tragedy.

And she could not succumb to Csaba’s extortion earlier…
She could…
It’s easy to say…

Martha is can’t stop worrying about others.
But maybe she could be… a little bit more resolute…
About the man from other social culture…
Culturally accustomed to male domination…
Where woman has nothing to say…
Where a woman can even be abducted, and she agrees for this…

Maybe Martha could…
If she was less kind…
If she could…

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“Birthday Wishes” from Martha for her sister

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Martha asked for additional phone call – she called her sister remembering her birthday

Martha asked for an additional phone call.
(Again the talk was “very” eavesdropped).
Martha was very keen to call her sister.
The sister does not celebrate birthday, but Martha always remembers about that day.
Every time on that day she calls her sister.
Even the prison didn’t change that custom.
She was very keen on her sister getting a letter from her that day – a scrapbook with hearts and smiles.
(And the letter arrived today)

On that day, Martha wished her sister smile.
So that she, despite of what’s going on – she always enjoy life.
She wished her, that their dream come true.
That thet sit together in the garden, drinking orange juice and laugh to the sun.

Seems like so little…
… but for now…
…in the realm of dreams…

Whole Martha…
…she remembers about her close ones…
…she remembers about everyone…

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“Obstacles in the way…” – a poem by Beata Pytel (nikita) dedicated to Martha Herda

Obstacles in the way

by Beata Pytel

With dedication to Martha Herda

Your thoughts are hollowed by emptiness

You have great pain in your heart

No scarf can wipe your tears

Someday even steel breaks

So hide your heart in stone

Put a shell on your soul

On your shoulder proudy carry

All your torments

You’ll overcome all hindrances

With Faith, Hope and Love

And all obstacles put in your way

You’ll beat with your heart’s patience

Source: Beata Pytel Facebook

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Why Martha’s rights to secrecy of correspondence with the attorney, are violated in Dochas Centre prison in Dublin?

Ireland agreed to respect European Prison Rules.

According to those rules, Martha’s correspondance TO AND FROM HER LAWYER CAN NOT BE SUPERVISED.
It can not be opened.
Opening of letters may take place only in the presence of Martha.
Opening in Martha’s presence is only meant to make sure, that correspondence from a lawyer is indeed included in a letter described externally as correspondence from a lawyer.

That’s the law…
And the reality in Dochas Centre Prison in Dublin?
During her entire prison stay (almost 2 years), Martha receives all her letters opened, including those from her attorney.

Why Dochas Centre prison in Dublin, for almost 2 years violates Martha’s rights to secrecy of correspondance with an attorney?
Could anything regarding Martha, on any stage, in Ireland, happen lawfully?
Is respecting human, prisoner or or foreigner rights… too difficult for this country?

Or maybe another questions:
Is Ireland rulend onlby by Omnipotent Euro and Enormous Selfishness?
Are any rights respected in Ireland?

After our experience, we can answer the question: “Are any rights respected in Ireland?“, this way:… IT MAY HAPPEN

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“HEALTH AND FREEDOM” – that’s what Martha would wish for her birthday

Today one of Martha’s friends visited her, together with his youngest sister.
We thank Martha’s friends for visiting her regularly.
They agree between themselves upon who and when can come to Martha.
Oftenly, they arrive from far away.
Thank you very much.
Seeing her friends sister was very nice and pleasant surprise.

During the visit, the friend asked Martha what she would want for her birthday?
What does she needs?
(Martha’s birthday is in three weeks).

HEALTH AND FREEDOM” – Martha responded.

… The friend didn’t know what to say…

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Are all lists in prison to be supervised? – European Prison Rules that Ireland has committed to comply with

In the brochure “Know Your Rights. Your Rights as a Prisoner“, published by the Irish Council for Civil Liberties and the Irish Penal Reform Trust, rights of a prisoner in Ireland were clearly presented.

About the correspondence, which can not be supervised it is written:


“Can I send any letters which will not be inspected?
Yes. Letters to certain organisations or bodies will not be opened before they are sent and will be posted without delay. These include letters to:

  • your solicitor (legal advisor),
  • the Minister for Justice,
  • the Prison Visiting Committee,
  • the Inspector of Prisons,
  • the European Court of Human Rights,
  • the Irish Human Rights Commission,
  • the Parole Board,
  • the European Committee for the Prevention of Torture and Inhuman or Degrading Treatment or Punishment (CPT), and
  • the International Red Cross.

Incoming mail from your solicitor or any of the organisations or bodies listed above will only be opened to make sure that it is from your solicitor or one of the listed organisations. If any letter addressed to you is to be examined, it must be opened while you are there.” (bolded by us).


 

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What laws regarding the prisoners Ireland has agreed to respect? – Does Dochas Centre prison in Dublin follows those rules?

“Ireland has agreed to follow the terms of four international treaties (agreements) which lay out standards for the treatment of prisoners.
These are:

  • • the European Convention on Human Rights (ECHR);
  • • the Convention for the Prevention of Torture and Inhuman or Degrading Treatment from the Council of Europe;
  • • the International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights (ICCPR); and
  • • the United Nations Convention against Torture (CAT).

The Council of Europe’s European Prison Rules are also important. Although they are not the law, they give important guidance on high standards for prisons.”


“Know Your Rights. Your Rights as a Prisoner.” Irish Council for Civil Liberties


 

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Special meeting of all women prisoners – Martha understands very little

Today was a meeting of every woman prisoner, held in the gym.
Everyone who wanted to come.
We’re not sure of the occasion or the purpose of this meeting.
It is possible that it was held on the occasion of 100 anniversary of gaining rights by women in Ireland.
The meeting happened on 10 a.m. and lasted until 11:40a.m.

Few women had spoken: 1) 85 year old woman, who was a judge, 2) a businesswoman, who was involved in one of tv programmes, gaining funds for an interesting business idea, 3) a woman workng in child care, 4) a journalist.

Martha didn’t understand much of what they were saying.
She didn’t understand much, although in prison, she is constantly learning English language.

There were also other attractions: coffee and delicacies.
People who attended the meeting, including Martha, received a book with speakings of the women, chocolates, a bottle of water, and a ballpen.

Something different in prison’s monotony…
And coffee…

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