Isoflurane in Extraordinary Rendition √

By | MILITARY INTELLIGENCE EXTRAORDINARY RENDITION
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Isoflurane in Extraordinary Rendition √

Published on 20th July 2018
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Joseph S R de Saram (JSRDS)

Information Security Architect / Intelligence Analyst / Computer Scientist / Human Rights Activist / COMSEC / SIGINT / TSCM
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[extraordinary] rendition

noun 1.the process by which a country seizes a person assumed to be involved in terrorist activity and then transports him or her for interrogation to a country where due process of law is unlikely to be respected.

RUNNING COUNTER-TERRORISM OPERATIONS AGAINST ME WHEN I AM NOT A TERRORIST BUT AN EXPERT IN COUNTER-TERRORISM IS BIZARRE AND HAS ZERO PROSPECTS OF SUCCESS.

I HAVE VAST EXPERIENCE IN MILITARY INTELLIGENCE AND LAW ENFORCEMENT TECHNIQUES AND CAN SPOT THEM A MILE AWAY – HA HA!!

Case Studies from Reprieve‘s Site – ironically 05 March is my birthday 🙂

Preparatory Steps Ahead of Rendition

The two specific events are:-

(A) 20151022 Staged Road Traffic Accident

No Ordinary Accident

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(B) 20151217 Psychiatric Fraud

Psychiatric Fraud - Ignorantia Juris Non Excusat

Ignorantia juris non excusat or ignorantia legis neminem excusat (Latin for "ignorance of the law excuses not" and "ignorance of law excuses no one"...

20151022 Staged Road Traffic Accident

When I arrived at the hospital, my passport was taken from me and photocopied and official parties (non-doctors) were hovering around.

In fact my blood pressure was ridiculously low (having been drug-induced)

RHO-hypnol as a Data Rape Drug

"Data Rape is the process by which any type of Intellectual Property is exfiltrated by the temporary or otherwise incapacitation of its Guardian." -...

and the doctors did nothing to treat me until someone ‘official’ allowed them to do so – that was all wrong and

FOREIGN ACTORS WERE MANAGING THIS ENTIRE EVENT.

By the following day 23 October 2015, the pressure was still low, as the following call to Joanne Cochrane confirms:-

Joanne should still have the photo of the blood pressure of 75 over 41.

A diastolic pressure of 41 is dangerous obviously – normal is 120 / 80.

AND INTERESTING THAT NO DISCHARGE DATE WAS EVEN PROVIDED TO ME, EVEN A TENTATIVE ONE – I WAS NOT GOING TO BE SEEING MY HOUSE AGAIN 🙁

EX-JDS-0006

This video was made by Cpl Francis Perera, and it shows me at around 22:30 on 26 October 2015 straight after the MRI and coming out of sedation. It was recovered around three days ago and that was actually the first time that I had ever seen it.

[APOLOGIES FOR LOOKING UGLY, AND LIKE A BEACHED WHALE :)]

The video is important because it confirms that:-

(a) I was able to have basic conversations, ‘was able to enquire about my location‘ and ‘was able to ensure that Perera was filming‘;

(b) There is NO OXYGEN MASK on my face;

(c) There is NO OXYGEN cylinder on the floor;

(d) There is NO INTRAVENOUS LINE into either hand;

(e) There is NO BAG OF SALINE next to the bed;

(f) The genuine doctor has left and has not made a determination that I either require Oxygen or require an IV-line; and

(g) There is a ‘soldier boy’ (note the pose) dressed in blue outside my room ‘guarding me’ which relates to the Pseudo-MLAT and the official nature of my neck getting broken (though obviously unlawful).

EX-JDS-0007

All Quiet Until 3am

Around four people came into my room, with masks covering their faces. They attached an IV-line to the cannula in my left hand as well as put a mask over my face. The fact that they even had the masks in the first place meant trouble 🙂

The bag of saline did not look correct and the gas did not smell like oxygen – more like nitrous oxide plus something else actually! When I removed the mask they put it back over my nose and mouth and I struggled to prevent them because of the muscular weakness from my neck injury. Every time I removed it they put it back!

I asked them where the saline came from and they did not know. I had not seen those people before, but they were Sri Lankan and it was dark!

They could not answer my question as to why saline was necessary in the first place and why they were giving it now rather than 22:30 when I was coming out of sedation, when it would have made sense.

Additionally they could not explain why I even needed oxygen in the first place and no tests had been performed prior to the administration of saline or oxygen.

As I said in the call the oxygen “didn’t smell like oxygen, it smelt like some other shit.”

It was a very dangerous situation as people were taking photos of me in intensive care, and there was even cellular jamming and guys with rucksacks 🙂

WHEN THE CALL IS INTERCEPTED THE QUALITY OF MY VOICE DETERIORATES – IT MAKES ME APPEAR INCOHERENT BUT IT IS ACTUALLY THE CELLULAR INTERCEPTION. THE NEXT CALL SEGMENT IS PART OF THE SAME CALL BUT I SOUND MARKEDLY DIFFERENT.

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Note how the call quality deteriorates when active interception is occurring – they wanted to see what I was going to say about them. And they did not even know who was the doctor who had asked four of them to administer the saline and oxygen, or what the blood pressure was!!

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Note how the call quality deteriorates when active interception is occurring – they wanted to see what I was going to say about them. And they did not even know who was the doctor who had asked four of them to administer the saline and oxygen, or what the blood pressure was!!

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Note how the call quality deteriorates when active interception is occurring – they wanted to see what I was going to say about them. And they did not even know who was the doctor who had asked four of them to administer the saline and oxygen, or what the blood pressure was!!

Cpl Francis Perera’s Confirmation in Sinhala

Francis starts by saying ‘no problem now, Joe is doing well’ and the rest is similar to the above.

Joseph de Saram’s Confirmation to Praxy de Saram

Francis starts by saying ‘no problem now, Joe is doing well’ and the rest is similar to the above.

As is demonstrated, people WERE actually making a nuisance of themselves and obviously trying to harm me – so that which I described was actually true and not some persecution-complex.

The key thing here is that I was not affected by their antics and that made the situation even worse. They got more pissed off because of the bribes they were getting were results-orientated.

In fact I was being poisoned by Chamaree Silva over the preceding 3 days and I knew that an event was around the corner. In fact I even confirmed this via a Coded Message to Joanne.

Given the fact that I DO go to hospital when I am unwell, but ‘I have been suddenly unwell over the previous days and choosing not to go’, means that I know about the drug-induced psychosis and what would happen if I do end up in hospital without adequate security.

Which of course is EXACTLY what happened 🙂

20151217 Psychiatric Fraud

Please read this article in its entirety for specific evidence of the use of Anti-convulsant drugs to facilitate rendition:-

It's Too Orangey for Joes - CIA Ora

I refer to this article:- in relation to the use of Neurotechnologies as Weapons and the correlation between:- Military Intelligence, National...

The process of pseudo-lethal injections fits the ‘Restricted Patient’ model:-

What is a Restricted Patient?

Restricted patients are persons detained in hospital under a compulsion order with a restriction order. They have usually committed an offence punishable by imprisonment but as a result of mental disorder are not imprisoned but ordered to be detained in hospital for treatment, without limit of time.

The Restricted Patient

[One of my favourite films, and even this as a Spying / Military Theme can you believe? Ha ha] What is a Restricted Patient Restricted patients are...

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This is a further conversation between Newton Ranasinghe (“NXR”) and Edward de Saram (“EDS”) – more disgrace on the UK NHS regrettably:-

NXR – “There’s nothing like that,for the now the thing is, speak to the guy at Ungoda [only hospital for Sectioning], and he will say what the ‘legal’ plan is, these other guys are a private group,.. they don’t treat RESTRICTED PATIENTS… Mendis is the one who is able to [fraudulently] admit people who cannot be admitted elsewhere.

* * THE USE OF THE PHRASE ‘RESTRICTED PATIENT’ MEANS THAT BOTH NXR AND EDS KNOW ON 12 DECEMBER 2015 THAT THERE IS EITHER:-

(A) AN ISSUE THAT HAS MATERIALISED OF A CRIMINAL NATURE OR

(B) MAY FORESEEABLY MATERIALISE VIRTUALLY IMMEDIATELY

AND AS SUCH THEIR ACTIONS ARE A BLATANT PERVERSION OF THE COURSE OF JUSTICE IF NOTHING ELSE:-

Perverting the course of justice is an offence committed when a person prevents justice from being served on him/herself or on another party. In England and Wales it is a common law offence, carrying a maximum sentence of life imprisonment.

THEIR ACTIONS ARE FACILITATING MY ADVERSARIES’ AGENDA, AND DENYING ME MY FUNDAMENTAL HUMAN RIGHTS.

THE USE OF THE PHRASE ‘PEOPLE WHO CANNOT BE ADMITTED ELSEWHERE’, CONFIRMS THE EXTRAJUDICIAL ASPECT OF THIS FRAUD. IF I ACTUALLY SUFFERED FROM A MENTAL PROBLEM, THEN THE NORMAL CHANNELS COULD BE UTILISED 🙂

Examples of Criminal Issues are

(C) Local Arrest ahead of an Extradition Request – I am not aware of one but as an Intelligence Analyst the evidence is interesting; and

(D) The fraud of Chamaree Silva who has been manipulated by third parties and provided Affidavits to the Melbourne Fraudsters for the VIC SC case. To complete the theatrics she would have filed a fraudulent First Incident Report – these types of things occur all the time in corrupt countries such as Sri Lanka.

Perfect Intelligence Analysis

In relation to the audio above about being a ‘Restricted Patient’ I only obtained that around the end of December 2015 whilst the Psychiatric Fraud occurred on 17 December 2015 onwards.

Accordingly in the Psychiatric Fraud and the Staged Road Traffic Accident my analysis of the:-

ongoing hostile situation in relation to incapacitation, despite serious physical injuries, was spot on 🙂

I have to say all these attempts are just laughable and quite humiliating for the government actors concerned 🙂

Joseph S R de Saram (JSRDS)

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Information Security Architect / Intelligence Analyst / Computer Scientist / Human Rights Activist / COMSEC / SIGINT / TSCM
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War Crimes in Sri Lanka – Call for Sanctions and Application of Universal Jurisdiction

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War Crimes in Sri Lanka – Call for Sanctions and Application of Universal Jurisdiction

First Published on 14th January 2019
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War crimes in Sri Lanka: call for sanctions & application of universal jurisdiction

War crimes in Sri Lanka: call for sanctions & application of universal ... jurisdiction to investigate, charge and prosecute Sri Lankan war

UN Committee Against Torture

The Committee Against Torture (CAT) is the body of 10 independent experts that monitors implementation of the Convention against Torture and Other Cruel, Inhuman or Degrading Treatment or Punishment by its State parties. ...

European Committee for the Prevention of Torture and Inhuman or Degrading Treatment or Punishment (CPT)

The CPT organises visits to places of detention, in order to assess how persons deprived of their liberty are treated. These places include prisons, juvenile detention centres, police stations, holding centres for immigration detainees, psychiatric hospitals, social care homes, etc ...

Freedom from Torture

Too little change: ongoing torture in security operations in Sri Lanka Ten years on from the end of Sri Lanka’s civil war, Freedom from Torture has documented evidence of torture of its Tamil citizens....

REDRESS

To seek justice for survivors of torture; to combat impunity for governments and individuals who perpetrate torture; and to develop and promote compliance with international standards....

Human Rights Watch report on diplomatic assurances

The most comprehensive account yet assembled of the human rights abuses associated with CIA secret detention and extraordinary rendition operations....
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Joseph S R de Saram (JSRDS)

Information Security Architect / Intelligence Analyst / Computer Scientist / Human Rights Activist / COMSEC / SIGINT / TSCM
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TGTE calls for Universal Jurisdiction to be Exercised against Sri Lankan Leaders

By | UNIVERSAL-LK
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TGTE calls for Universal Jurisdiction to be Exercised against Sri Lankan Leaders

First Published on 14th January 2019
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Information Security Architect / Intelligence Analyst / Computer Scientist / Human Rights Activist / COMSEC / SIGINT / TSCM
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TGTE calls for universal jurisdiction to be exercised against Sri Lankan leaders

The appointment of Shavendra Silva as chief of staff of the Sri Lankan army “is a staggering affront to the international community,” said the Transnational Government of Tamil Eelam (TGTE) , who called on the international community to exercise universal jurisdiction against those accused of crimes....

Evidence of Official Capacity and Duties – Electronic Surveillance

Evidence of Official Capacity and Duties – Covert Human Intelligence Sources

(2) A person not falling within subsection (1) above commits the offence of torture, whatever his nationality, if—

(a) in the United Kingdom or elsewhere he intentionally inflicts severe pain or suffering on another at the instigation or with the consent or acquiescence

(i) of a public official; or

(ii) of a person acting in an official capacity; and

[ACQUIESCENCE – MEANING ‘RELUCTANT CONSENT’ OR ‘WITHOUT PROTEST’]

(b) the official or other person is performing or purporting to perform his official duties when he instigates the commission of the offence or consents to or acquiesces in it.

(3) It is immaterial whether the pain or suffering is physical or mental and whether it is caused by an act or an omission.

20151022 – STAGED Road Traffic Accident

20151022 – Evidence of Grievous Bodily Harm

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20151217 – Aggravated Kidnap and Unlawful Imprisonment

20151217 – Evidence of Grievous Bodily Harm

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(4) It shall be a defence for a person charged with an offence under this section in respect of any conduct of his to prove that he had lawful authority, justification or excuse for that conduct.

[NO PROOF IS [ABLE TO BE] FORTHCOMING BECAUSE THE PERPETRATORS NEVER HAD ANY.]

[NO-ONE ACTED UNDER ANY LAW, NO-ONE ACTED UNDER ANY LAWFUL AUTHORITY, NO-ONE HAD ANY JUSTIFICATION AND NO-ONE HAD ANY EXCUSE UNDER ANY LAW.]

(5) For the purposes of this section “lawful authority, justification or excuse” means—

(a) in relation to pain or suffering inflicted in the United Kingdom, lawful authority, justification or excuse under the law of the part of the United Kingdom where it was inflicted;

(4) It shall be a defence for a person charged with an offence under this section in respect of any conduct of his to prove that he had lawful authority, justification or excuse for that conduct.

[NO PROOF IS [ABLE TO BE] FORTHCOMING BECAUSE THE PERPETRATORS NEVER HAD ANY.]

[NO-ONE ACTED UNDER ANY LAW, NO-ONE ACTED UNDER ANY LAWFUL AUTHORITY, NO-ONE HAD ANY JUSTIFICATION AND NO-ONE HAD ANY EXCUSE UNDER ANY LAW.]

(5) For the purposes of this section “lawful authority, justification or excuse” means—

(a) in relation to pain or suffering inflicted in the United Kingdom, lawful authority, justification or excuse under the law of the part of the United Kingdom where it was inflicted;

[NO-ONE ACTED UNDER ANY LAW, NO-ONE ACTED UNDER ANY LAWFUL AUTHORITY, NO-ONE HAD ANY JUSTIFICATION AND NO-ONE HAD ANY EXCUSE UNDER ANY LAW.]

(b) in relation to pain or suffering inflicted outside the United Kingdom

(i) if it was inflicted by a United Kingdom official acting under the law of the United Kingdom or by a person acting in an official capacity under that law, lawful authority, justification or excuse under that law;

[NO-ONE ACTED UNDER ANY LAW, NO-ONE ACTED UNDER ANY LAWFUL AUTHORITY, NO-ONE HAD ANY JUSTIFICATION AND NO-ONE HAD ANY EXCUSE UNDER ANY LAW.]

(ii) if it was inflicted by a United Kingdom official acting under the law of any part of the United Kingdom or by a person acting in an official capacity under such law, lawful authority, justification or excuse under the law of the part of the United Kingdom under whose law he was acting; and

[NO-ONE ACTED UNDER ANY LAW, NO-ONE ACTED UNDER ANY LAWFUL AUTHORITY, NO-ONE HAD ANY JUSTIFICATION AND NO-ONE HAD ANY EXCUSE UNDER ANY LAW.]

(iii) in any other case, lawful authority, justification or excuse under the law of the place where it was inflicted.

[NO-ONE ACTED UNDER ANY LAW, NO-ONE ACTED UNDER ANY LAWFUL AUTHORITY, NO-ONE HAD ANY JUSTIFICATION AND NO-ONE HAD ANY EXCUSE UNDER ANY LAW.]

(6) A person who commits the offence of torture shall be liable on conviction on indictment to imprisonment for life.

Third Party Articles

I refer to an excellent article written by Charlotte Wright of Kingsley Napley

Previously we have described how, by the application of the principle of universal jurisdiction, certain offences, which can be broadly categorised as “war crimes”, can be prosecuted in the UK regardless of where they were committed and whether there is any nexus to the UK.

The offences falling into this category and which might be prosecuted in the UK are largely covered by three acts:

  • Geneva Conventions Act 1957
  •  Criminal Justice Act 1988
  • International Criminal Court Act 2001

Criminal Justice Act 1988 (“CJA”)

Section 134 of the CJA provides for the offence of torture as follows:

(1) A public official or person acting in an official capacity, whatever his nationality, commits the offence of torture if in the United Kingdom or elsewhere he intentionally inflicts severe pain or suffering on another in the performance or purported performance of his official duties

Subsection (2) provides for an offence where a person “intentionally inflicts severe pain or suffering on another at the instigation or with the consent or acquiescence” of a public official.

The offence can be committed “in the United Kingdom or elsewhere”, and “whatever [the accused’s] nationality”. As such it is an offence of universal jurisdiction.

The offence is triable only on indictment, and the maximum sentence is life imprisonment (CJA s134(6)). The Attorney General’s consent is required to prosecute (CJA s135).

as well as Justice UK:-

Torture is illegal, right?

Yes. The use of torture has been contrary to common law for several centuries, and the UK was well ahead of many other European jurisdictions in abolishing its use. Although the common law prohibited torture, however, the Privy Council continued to issue torture warrants until Felton’s case in 1628 and it was not until the Long Parliament in 1640 that the practice was formally abolished. In Scotland, torture was prohibited by section 5 Treason Act 1708.

In addition to the established common law provisions, section 134 Criminal Justice Act 1988 makes it an offence for any public official to ‘intentionally inflict severe pain or suffering on another in the perfomance … of his official duties’. This provision was introduced to honour the UK’s commitments under the 1984 UN Convention Against Torture and Other Cruel, Inhuman or Degrading Treatment or Punishment (the Torture Convention).

Under international law, torture is not only prohibited under such instruments as Article 3 of the European Convention on Human Rights (ECHR) and the Torture Convention, but it has become recognised as ius cogens, a preemptory norm of international law that binds all states whether they have signed instruments such as the Torture Convention or not.((See eg Prosecutor v Furundzija [1998] ICTY 3, 10 December 1998, paragraphs 147-157)) The prohibition against torture under Article 3 ECHR is also one of the few rights that cannot be derogated from in a state of emergency under Article 15.

Torture is something that only happens in other countries. Why is it a human rights issue in the UK?

For several reasons.

First, the various international instruments prohibiting torture not only make it unlawful for UK officials to commit torture but also forbid, for example, the UK sending people to countries where they face a real risk of torture. Although the government maintains that it would never return someone to a country where they face a risk of torture, the Human Rights Act 1998 is regularly relied upon in extradition and deportation cases to challenge the government’s assessment of whether a risk of ill-treatment exists. Even more controversial is the UK government’s negotiation of Memoranda of Understanding (MoUs) with countries such as Jordan and Libya, in order to deport suspects to countries where torture is known to be used. JUSTICE and Human Rights Watch are jointly intervening in the case of Secretary of State for the Home Department v OO in the House of Lords at the end of October to argue that MoUs cannot safely be relied upon.

Secondly, UK cooperation with other countries in the field of counter-terrorism and the UK involvement with the ‘War on Terror’ has raised serious questions about whether decisions about deportations and control orders have been based partly on evidence gathered under torture in other countries, including the ‘enhanced interrogation techniques’ used by US officials at Guantanamo Bay and elsewhere.((See eg Jeremy Waldron, Torture and Positive Law: Jurisprudence for the White House 105 Columbia Law Review 1681-1750 October, 2005; Phillipe Sands, Torture Team, Penguin, 2008)) This was the key issue in the famous ‘Torture Evidence’ case (A and others v Secretary of State for the Home Department (No 2)) in 2005.(([2005] UKHL 71)) In some cases, there have even been claims that UK officials were present during interrogations in other countries in which torture was used, most recently in the Binyam Mohammed case in the High Court in August.(([2008] EWHC 2048 (Admin)))

Thirdly, the conduct of the UK forces themselves, in particular the treatment of prisoners and the death of Baha Mousa, has highlighted defects in the guidance given to British soldiers concerning the proper treatment of detainees. Particularly striking is the apparent failure of the army to draw soldiers’ attention to the 1972 army directive prohibiting the ‘five techniques’ that were held by the European Court of Human Rights to breach Article 3 in Ireland v UK.(((1978) 2 EHRR 25))

Fourthly, there is an issue about the jurisdiction of British courts to punish torturers and provide redress to victims. Although the Pinochet case in 1999 established that foreign heads of state could not claim immunity from prosecution, and the 2005 prosecution of an Afghan warlord in the Old Bailey showed the ability to exercise universal jurisdiction for torture in criminal cases, the doctrine of state immunity in civil cases has still prevented many victims of torture from suing foreign governments in British courts to obtain redress against their torturers. ((Ron Jones v Saudi Arabia [2006] UKHL 26)) A private members bill is currently before Parliament to create an exception to allow such civil actions to proceed.

Fifthly, the scope of Article 3 ECHR extends more broadly than torture of detainees. Although torture is clearly outlawed in the UK, the concept of inhuman and degrading treatment has clear relevance to how detainees are treated in prisons, asylum detention centres, mental health facilities and youth detention centres. For example, the High Court recently warned that guidance on the use of ‘pain compliance techniques’ used on young people in secure training centres may be contrary to Article 3 ECHR.((C (A Minor) v Secretary of State for Justice [2008] EWHC 171 (Admin)))

What’s the difference between torture and inhuman and degrading treatment?

The difference lies in the severity of the ill-treatment. Electrocuting a detainee, for instance, is plainly and obviously torture. By contrast, preventing a detainee from sleeping by use of bright lights and loud noises might not be sufficiently severe to qualify as torture, but it would likely qualify as inhuman treatment. In both cases, torture can be physical or non-physical (eg staging the execution of a family member).

The exact threshold is relative but in both cases, the ill-treatment must go beyond the ‘inevitable element of suffering or humiliation connected with a given form of legitimate treatment or punishment’.((Labita v Italy (ECtHR, 6 April 2000), paragraph 120)) The European Court of Human Rights has also made clear that the distinction ‘depends on all the circumstances of the case, such as the duration of the treatment, its physical or mental effects and, in some cases, the sex, age and state of health of the victim’.((Selmouni v France (1999) 29 EHRR 403, paragraph 100))

Note also that the inhuman or degrading treatment need not be intentional, i.e. the state need not intend to cause pain and suffering in order for the conduct to breach Article 3 ECHR((See eg Pretty v United Kingdom (2002) 35 EHRR 1)), eg the government’s failure to provide support to destitute asylum seekers under section 55 Nationality Immigration and Asylum Act 2002.((R (Limbuela) v Secretary of State for the Home Department (2005) UKHL 56))

Why does it matter?

The Torture Convention prohibits both torture, on the one hand, and inhuman and degrading treatment, on the other. However, its provisions sometimes draw a distinction, so that the UK government has – for instance – sometimes argued that the bar against returning a suspect to a risk of ‘lesser’ kinds of ill-treatment is not as absolute as the bar against returning a suspect to torture.

Article 3 of the European Convention on Human Rights prohibits both torture and inhuman and degrading treatment equally, however. In Saadi v Italy, for instance, the Grand Chamber of the European Court of Human Rights rejected the UK government’s argument that a lesser degree of protection applied where the suspect is a risk to national security, noting that ‘such an approach is not compatible with the absolute nature of the protection afforded by Article 3’. Since Article 3 is directly enforceable in UK courts under section 6 Human Rights Act, it is likely that the exact distinction is less relevant in UK law.

Where can I get more information?

UN Committee Against Torture

European Committee for the Prevention of Torture and Inhuman or Degrading Treatment or Punishment (CPT)

Freedom from Torture

REDRESS

Human Rights Watch report on diplomatic assurances

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Joseph S R de Saram (JSRDS)

Information Security Architect / Intelligence Analyst / Computer Scientist / Human Rights Activist / COMSEC / SIGINT / TSCM
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UN Convention Against Torture

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UN Convention Against Torture

First published (Un-LinkedIn) on 09th December 2018
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Convention against Torture and Other Cruel, Inhuman or Degrading Treatment or Punishment

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Convention against Torture and Other Cruel, Inhuman or Degrading Treatment or Punishment

Convention against torture and other cruel, inhuman or degrading treatment or punishment. Adopted by the General Assembly of the United Nations on 10 Decem ber 1984 Authentic texts: Arabic, Chinese, English, French, Russian and Spanish. Registered ex officio on 26 June 1987.

Convention against Torture and Other Cruel, Inhuman or Degrading Treatment or Punishment

UK to be examined on UN Convention against Torture

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UK to be examined on UN Convention against Torture

The UN Convention against Torture and Other Cruel, Inhuman or Degrading Treatment or Punishment (UNCAT) is an international human rights treaty. Its purpose is to prevent the use of torture and other cruel, inhuman or degrading treatment or punishment (ill-treatment).

UK to be examined on UN Convention against Torture

UK’s 6th Peridoic report under the United Nations Convention against Torture and Other Cruel, Inhuman or Degrading Treatment or Punishment

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UK's 6th Peridoic report under the United Nations Convention against Torture and Other Cruel, Inhuman or Degrading Treatment or Punishment

The UN Convention against Torture and Other Cruel, Inhuman or Degrading Treatment or Punishment (UNCAT) is an international human rights treaty.

UK's 6th Peridoic report under the United Nations Convention against Torture and Other Cruel, Inhuman or Degrading Treatment or Punishment

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The Transnational Use of Torture Evidence

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The Transnational Use of Torture Evidence

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Aurélia Ernst – The Transnational Use of Torture Evidence

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Aurélia Ernst - The Transnational Use of Torture Evidence

This book is based on my doctoral thesis, which I defended at the Faculty of Law of the Humboldt University of Berlin in March 2014. I would first like to thank the supervisor of my doctoral thesis, Professor Georg Nolte, who showed particular interest in the topic and provided invaluable aca- demic guidance. I would also like to thank Sir Nigel Rodley, who encour - aged me to write a Ph.D. on this topic and ...

Aurélia Ernst - The Transnational Use of Torture Evidence

Tainted by Torture – Examining the Use of Torture Evidence

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Tainted by Torture - Examining the Use of Torture Evidence

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Tainted by Torture - Examining the Use of Torture Evidence

Torture in the Eyes of the Beholder: The Psychological Difficulty of Defining Torture in Law and Policy

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Torture in the Eyes of the Beholder: The Psychological Difficulty of Defining Torture in Law and Policy

This Article draws upon recent social psychological research to demonstrate the psychological difficulty of distinguishing between torture and enhanced interrogation. We critique the accuracy of evaluations made under the current torture standard using two constructs—reliability and validity—that are employed in the social sciences to assess the quality ...

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Seeing torture anew: A transnational reconceptualization of state torture and visual evidence

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Seeing torture anew: A transnational reconceptualization of state torture and visual evidence

This Article puts forward two interdependent conceptual reforms at the intersection of state torture, visuality, and law. First, to qualify as good evidence-legally and socially-torture images are usually required to be "accurate" and "transparent," to successfully suppress all traces of the mediation and representation at work. However, this Article suggests that ...

Seeing torture anew: A transnational reconceptualization of state torture and visual evidence

Evidence Obtained by Cruel, Inhuman or Degrading Treatment: Why the Convention Against Torture’s Exclusionary Rule Should be Inclusive

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Evidence Obtained by Cruel, Inhuman or Degrading Treatment: Why the Convention Against Torture’s Exclusionary Rule Should be Inclusive

I. INTRODUCTION: STATEMENT OF THE PROBLEM In the aftermath of 9/11 and the subsequent launch of the “war on terror,”1 discussion of the issues related to torture gained new momentum. Lawyers and state officials started ...

Seeing torture anew: A transnational reconceptualization of state torture and visual evidence

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Breaking Four of My Fingers was Textbook Torture √

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Breaking Four of My Fingers was Textbook Torture √

First published (LinkedIn) on 3rd January 2018
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Joseph de Saram was subjected to what was obviously a Counter-Terrorism operation designed to conveniently open doors for a Law Enforcement operation. Both failed spectacularly because of Joseph’s own background in CT and and also Counter-Intelligence. However extremely serious injuries were inflicted upon him. The breaking of fingers is a signature MI torture technique

I refer to this article:-

International Society of Human Rights

Techniques that are seen in China are also seen in Sri Lanka:-

Classic Defensive Wounds

defense wound or self-defense wound is an injury received by the victim of an attack while trying to defend against the assailant. Defensive wounds are often found on the hands and forearms, where the victim has raised them to protect the head and face or to fend off an assault, but may also be present on the feet and legs where a victim attempts defense while lying down and kicking out at the assailant.

The appearance and nature of the wound varies with the type of weapon used and the location of the injury, and may present lacerationabrasioncontusion or bone fracture.

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OBVIOUSLY THE SEVERE INJURIES AND IMMENSE PAIN DID NOT TRIGGER PSYCHOSIS BECAUSE I JUST DON’T HAVE SCHIZOPHRENIA.

AND MY MANY ARTICLES ABOUT MY OWN TORTURE CONFIRM THAT I DO NOT HAVE POST-TRAUMATIC STRESS DISORDER EITHER 🙂

et voilà – PSYCHIATRIC FRAUD EXPOSED!!

Stress Triggers Psychosis in Individuals Vulnerable to Schizophrenia

A key statement I made is “If anything, if I was unstable THAT would have TRIGGERED SOMETHING, but as you can see it DIDN’T… so even that DEMONSTRATES…” and once again the ShitLankanTM Psychiatrist Dulmini Jayasundara had no response. And actually there is another aspect of this call that CONFIRMS ABSENCE OF SCHIZOPHRENIA, – the signature Flat Affect is entirely missing as well:- ...

Psychiatric Abuse – that old chestnut 🙂

'Paranoid Persecutory Delusions' Label in Military Intelligence Operations - the Martha Mitchell Effect

As Linkies know I have written many articles in relation to:- (a) Military Intelligence and Law Enforcement operations ("MI/LE") The Unalienable Right of Private Defence HIS MUST SURELY BE ONE OF THE MOST UNIQUE APPLICATIONS OF THE RIGHT OF PRIVATE DEFENCE THAT PEOPLE HAVE SEEN...

Psychiatric Diagnoses Only Exist in the Mind of the Psychiatrist - the Rosenhan Experiment

The ‘Rosenhan experiment’ is a well known experiment examining the validity of psychiatric diagnosis. It was published in 1975 by David Rosenhan in a paper entitled ‘On being sane in insane places’. The study consisted of two parts. The first involved ‘pseudopatients’ – who, as part of the study, briefly reported auditory ...

Pseudo-Lethal Injections Ahead of Rendition

[extraordinary] rendition noun 1.the process by which a country seizes a person assumed to be involved in terrorist activity and then transports him or her for interrogation to a country where due process of law is unlikely to be respected. RUNNING COUNTER-TERRORISM OPERATIONS AGAINST ME WHEN I AM NOT A TERRORIST BUT AN EXPERT IN COUNTER-TERRORISM IS BIZARRE AND HAS ZERO PROSPECTS OF SUCCESS.

Red Onion State Prison

Breaking Prisoners’ Fingers at Red Onion State Prison: Restraint Technique or Plain Old Torture? (September 12, 2011)

Some things are just so obvious you don’t need rocket science to figure them out. But those in power will still try and convince you your eyes are lying, your basic sense is failing, and the suffering is just imagination. Routine torture by U.S. officials of poor people of color is a case in point....

However, notwithstanding the foregoing which is demonstrably torture in its own right, that which occurred to me was the deliberate infliction of severe pain to the point of death, and I will explain why…

Firstly, when they first grabbed me by my neck, it caused the already damaged intervertebral discs at C4-C5 and C5-C6:-

already damaged intervertebral discs at C6-C7 and C7-C8

that led to an immediate loss of my upper body strength. Please refer to this article:-

A Real Pain in the Neck

The Staged Road Traffic Accident on 22 October 2015 resulted in significant damage to my cervical vertebrae and/or intervertebral discs causing some...

Malice Aforethought

“Malice Aforethought – n. 1) the conscious intent to cause death or great bodily harm to another person before a person commits the crime. Such malice is a required element to prove first degree murder. 2) a general evil and depraved state of mind in which the person is unconcerned for the lives of others.

The Depraved State of Mind - Malice Aforethought

The mens rea for the offence of murder is ‘malice aforethought’. Malice Aforethought - n. 1) the conscious intent to cause death or great bodily harm...

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EDS – “[Joe] has, third and fourth cervical vertebra are pressing on the spinal cord.”

HANR – “Yes.”

EDS – If we drag him and take him, and he resists then he will become paralysed.

HANR – “Yes.”

EDS – “So we have to be extremely careful how we deal with it.”

[THIS IS AN INHERENTLY DANGEROUS, LIFE-THREATENING SITUATION, BOTH EDS AND HANR ARE UK CITIZENS, BOTH ARE AWARE OF THE TYPE AND SEVERITY OF MY NECK INJURY AND WHAT WOULD HAPPEN SHOULD THEY PROCEED. BUT BOTH ARE MERRILY UNCONCERNED THE LIFE OF THE INTENDED VICTIM AND ARE PROCEEDING IN ANY EVENT. THIS CALL IS ACTUALLY FIVE DAYS BEFORE THE 17 DECEMBER 2015 EVENT. 

EDS IS A UK CITIZEN, NORMALLY RESIDENT IN THE UK. HANR IS A UK CITIZEN NORMALLY RESIDENT IN THE UK. HANR WAS INVOLVED IN MANY OF THE DISCUSSIONS AND AT LEAST ONE OF THE MEDICALS BY WHICH EDS PRESENTED FRAUDULENT EVIDENCE VIA AFFIDAVIT IN UK MATTER HIGH COURT OF JUSTICE, CHANCERY DIVISION (7983 OF 2000) AROUND AUGUST 2001 ONWARDS.]

THE NORMAL ACTION OF A VICTIM IS TO RESIST WHICH OFTEN EXACERBATES THE NATURE OF THE VICTIM’S OWN INJURIES – IE IN THIS SITUATION PARALYSIS WOULD HAVE BEEN GUARANTEED. THANKFULLY SINCE I HAD PASSED ANATOMY AT UCL MEDICAL SCHOOL, I KNEW THAT RESISTING WAS NOT AN OPTION, HENCE THE SEVERE FACIAL INJURIES.

Unnecessary Infliction of Torture

Given the fact that I had already lost upper body strength and therefore lost the ability to defend myself, the assailants inflicting further injuries was certainly not a method of restraint. I was repeatedly hit a number of times in the face but actually it was the neck and heart issues that they caused, which was the worst part:-

The fingers look much better three years on which confirms the extreme nature of injuries from before:-

Breaking four my fingers is obviously torture, and just one of many examples of Edward de Saram’s ‘depraved state of mind’.

I find it difficult to type with my left hand because of the permanent nature of those injuries – the scar tissue inhibits movement and the joints are painful after only 15 minutes of continuous typing.

This is nothing short of an utterly ridiculous situation and thank God I have recovered forensic evidence which can nail the governments concerned.

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A Sealed Indictment √

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A Sealed Indictment √

Published on 16 November 2018
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Indictment Leaks

I refer to the following article entitled ‘Bungled court filing cites charges against Assange’ dated 16 November 2018 and appearing at CNN.

Bungled court filing cites charges against Assange

(CNN)A pair of references to WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange in an unrelated court filing reveals US government efforts to charge him.

There are two key paragraphs in the above article, and these are as follows:-

(A) ‘Another procedure short of sealing will not adequately protect the needs of law enforcement at this time because, DUE TO THE SOPHISTICATION OF THE DEFENDANT AND THE PUBLICITY SURROUNDING THE CASE, no other procedure is likely to keep confidential the fact that Assange has been charged,” prosecutors wrote in the August 22 filing that was later unsealed on November 8, sitting undetected for days on the public docket.”

(B) “The complaint, supporting affidavit, and arrest warrant, as well as this motion and the proposed order, WOULD NEED TO REMAIN SEALED UNTIL ASSANGE IS ARRESTED IN CONNECTION WITH THE CHARGES IN THE CRIMINAL COMPLAINT AND CAN THEREFORE NO LONGER EVADE OR AVOID ARREST AND EXTRADITION IN THIS MATTER,” prosecutors added in the filing..”

Relevance to Joe

First and foremost, the most obvious parallel is the ‘sophistication of the defendant’ – however in my case it is much worse as I actually have significant Military Intelligence and Law Enforcement experience.

How I Met Big Brother - GeniusJoe v MI5

The UK Surveillance State The above video confirms the UK’s obsession with electronic surveillance and human rights violations in the present. The Investigatory Powers Act 2016 is illegal. However as many people know, this obsession is not a new thing and it is in fact public knowledge that I was the first person to discover and publicly disclose the fact that

and my hundreds of articles relate to publicity:-

Joe's Rendition was a Military Intelligence Operation

[THE REALLY ODD THING IS THAT I WAS ALREADY RELOCATING TO THE UK, HAD LOOKED AT PET TRANSPORTATION PEEPS AND HAD SET UP THREE NEW UK COMPANIES. Q SO WHY THE IRREGULAR RENDITION TO A COUNTRY I WAS ALREADY GOING TO?

In relation to the second paragraph ‘would need to remain sealed until assange is arrested’ is very’ is extremely interesting – the Psychiatric Fraud is relevant because it was the method by which my decision-making ability was fraudulently obtained by Edward de Saram. In fact I recall sitting at my dinner table on 17 December 2015 and when he was up to his usual antics I stated that I would challenge any extradition request and easily succeed.

It was only after then that he became more violent than usual and I was subjected to aggravated kidnap (including torture), and unlawful imprisonment.

To ensure that I was effectively in custody (note the parallel to Julian Assange), he arranged for the psychiatric report to fraudulently state that I needed ‘involuntary admission’.

Essentially the unlawful search and seizure occurred first (and I was unlawfully detained during the same)

Unlawful Imprisonment by Police in Cleveland Resulted in GBP 550,000 Damages Award

Cleveland Police in huge damages payout to lawyer I refer to the article entitled Solicitor wins £550,000 for false imprisonment published in The Guardian on 11 May 2013.

The mere fact that I got out without a medical report in my favour confirms the absence of mental disease and more importantly the fundamental human rights violations which Edward de Saram’s complete lack of boundaries facilitate.

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After Approving Draft Resolution, Sixth Committee Hears Working Group Reports on International Terrorism, Universal Jurisdiction, Criminal Accountability

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After Approving Draft Resolution, Sixth Committee Hears Working Group Reports on International Terrorism, Universal Jurisdiction, Criminal Accountability

First Published on 05th November 2018
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After Approving Draft Resolution, Sixth Committee Hears Working Group Reports on International Terrorism, Universal Jurisdiction, Criminal Accountability

Prior to hearing oral reports of the Working Groups on “Measures to eliminate international terrorism”, “Scope and application of universal criminal jurisdiction” and ...
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The Shocking State of Psychiatry in Sri Lanka

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The Shocking State of Psychiatry in Sri Lanka

Published on 1st October 2017
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Angoda Psychiatric Facility aka National Institute of Mental Health

‘Angoda’ was the location where I was going to be transferred to for the [fraudulent] Electroconvulsive Therapy, that had been planned by Edward de Saram, Newton Ranasinghe and their cross-border associates.

Before I go into detail, I would like to present information on the psychiatric situation in Sri Lanka. 

Deteriorating conditions in Sri Lankan psychiatric hospitals

Under conditions in which the incidence of psychiatric disorders is on the rise in Sri Lanka, there has been a marked deterioration in the state of the country’s major mental institutions. Declining government health funding has resulted in understaffing, poor accommodation and a lack of necessary drugs and equipment.

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Sri Lanka struggles with mental health burden

Nearly a year after the brutal civil war in Sri Lanka was declared over by the government, Nayanah Siva reports on the mental health problems facing the conflict-scarred population.

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From hell to heaven

Reminiscent of regalia of the British Empire, a tall elegant building stands in a strangely spacious land in the suburb of Colombo, Angoda. The building was constructed by the British as far back as 1929 albeit it still stands tall amidst host of other buildings that make up the Angoda Mental (Teaching) Hospital...

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