There are few reasons and they are equally important:
1. Because there are too few of us.
2. Because we don’t have enough time for everything.
3. Because websites are a support for CURRENTLY needed legal actions regarding Martha’s defense.
The websites were created late, way too late.
And in fact, they were created “just in case”.
While entering a plane to Ireland, a decision was made to create the websites.
On October 11, 2017, a day before the verdict by the Court of Appeals.
“Just in case”… in case… The Court made an unfavorable verdict.
“Just in case”… On the day of announcement of the verdict in Ireland, in Poland a reportage of “TVN Uwaga” program was aired. Only thing that could change is a comment, depending on the verdict of the Court of Appeals.
“Just in case”…
Did we “open the door to disaster”?
Or maybe we have foreseen, that when there is such media campaign in Ireland against Martha, then nothing good can come out of this?
That there will be no way to talk about any justice?
The websites are a support for currently needed legal actions.
Those legal actions are various, on various stages.
1. Martha’s Case in the Central Court – AT THAT TIME all details regarding Martha’s case were needed – unfortunately, the websites didn’t run.
2. The Court of Appeals – analyzed only the procedural errors of the Central Court (the websites were started on the day of verdict announcement – again too late).
3. Supreme Court – complaint of constitutional nature
4. European Court of Human Rights – violation of human rights
The case can be resubmitted to the Court in Ireland if NEW FACT are to appear, NEW FACTS in the case.
So at the current stage, nobody in Ireland seem to care what really happened.
But the truth is important.
For the family of the deceased.
For plenty of people.
We don’t just want to satisfy curiosity.
The websites will run, and all the details of the tragedy will be published.