Jonathon Harveson - NSW Public Guardian - Low Life Scum Bag - Keeps Disabled Persons Locked Up as Prisoners in Solitary Confinement - Breaking Every Human Rights Law There Is!
Category: Australian public guardian corruption
Created: Tuesday, 02 November 2010 18:18
Written by Alecomm
What sort of piece of shit is this guy? And what the fuck do we have human rights for because the Public Guardian doesn't seem to think they matter.
You do realise that the Public Guardian (a government organisation) is ,assigned to look after people by the Guardianship Tribunal (another government organisation). And anybody can apply to have somebody signed into the imprisonment of the Public Guardian - just as they did this poor girl.
The ballbag pieces of shit from DoCS - Ben Anderson made the original application - just as Emily and her mother thought she was about to be freed by DoCS and the government, and signed her over to the Public Guardian so they could then keep her prisoner, abuse her further, deny her the basic human rights such as using a telephone and speaking to her mother.
Not sure this is true? Well look under the section Emily Brown - the Girl with No Human Rights - and view the letters she has written and all the statements she has made about her captivity by the government to keep her quiet about her initial kidnapping and 14 years of abuse by DoCS and now the Public Guardian. Suzanne Alexander was responsible for the original kidnapping and each time the matter was appealled they lied and committed perjury in each court case and have been determined ever since to keep Emily a drugged up prisoner of the state - with whom the government decides who she can and cannot talk to, and where she is allowed to live and what she can and cannot do.
Jonathon Harveson in this person - he has no respect for Emilys basic human rights that are recognised under the International Covenant of Civil and Political Rights.
- Emily has a right to have contact with whom she wants
- Emily has the right to freedom of speech and to heard equally before a court of law
- Emily has the right to live where she wants
Why is this animal allowed to treat Emily with less rights than a dirty animal who has raped and killed little children? And why does each government department and person continually fob off Emily's pleas for help by anybody she has had contact with, and her mother?
- Why is Emilys mother not allowed to know where Emily is being held prisoner?
- Why is Emily not allowed to have contact with whom she wants?
- Why do the Emilys Captors who profit substantially by having her in their custody have the decision of who and what Emily can see and do?
Each time i think of this 20 year old girl with mild autism and the life she has been forced to have, I want to vomit.
Public Guardian Prisoners Are Denied These Basic Human Rights - Emily Brown is a Perfect Example and she is ENFORCED DISAPPEARANCE by Jonathon Harveson of the NSW Public Guardian
Category: Australian public guardian corruption
Created: Wednesday, 03 November 2010 08:11
Written by Alecomm
Article 19 - Living independently and being included in the community :
States Parties to the present Convention recognize the equal right of all persons with disabilities to live in the community, with choices equal to others, and shall take effective and appropriate measures to facilitate full enjoyment by persons with disabilities of this right and their full inclusion and participation in the community, including by ensuring that:
(a) Persons with disabilities have the opportunity to choose their place of residence and where and with whom they live on an equal basis with others and are not obliged to live in a particular living arrangement;
(b) Persons with disabilities have access to a range of in-home, residential and other community support services, including personal assistance necessary to support living and inclusion in the community, and to prevent isolation or segregation from the community;
(c) Community services and facilities for the general population are available on an equal basis to persons with disabilities and are responsive to their needs.
Article 30 - Participation in cultural life, recreation, leisure and sport :
1. States Parties recognize the right of persons with disabilities to take part on an equal basis with others in cultural life, and shall take all appropriate measures to ensure that persons with disabilities:
(a) Enjoy access to cultural materials in accessible formats;
(b) Enjoy access to television programmes, films, theatre and other cultural activities, in accessible formats;
(c) Enjoy access to places for cultural performances or services, such as theatres, museums, cinemas, libraries and tourism services, and, as far as possible, enjoy access to monuments and sites of national cultural importance.
2. States Parties shall take appropriate measures to enable persons with disabilities to have the opportunity to develop and utilize their creative, artistic and intellectual potential, not only for their own benefit, but also for the
enrichment of society.
3. States Parties shall take all appropriate steps, in accordance with international law, to ensure that laws protecting intellectual property rights do not constitute an unreasonable or discriminatory barrier to access by persons with disabilities to cultural materials.
4. Persons with disabilities shall be entitled, on an equal basis with others, to recognition and support of their specific cultural and linguistic identity, including sign languages and deaf culture.
5. With a view to enabling persons with disabilities to participate on an equal basis with others in recreational, leisure and sporting activities, States Parties shall take appropriate measures:
(a) To encourage and promote the participation, to the fullest extent possible, of persons with disabilities in mainstream sporting activities at all levels;
(b) To ensure that persons with disabilities have an opportunity to organize, develop and participate in disability-specific sporting and recreational activities and, to this end, encourage the provision, on an equal
basis with others, of appropriate instruction, training and resources;
(c) To ensure that persons with disabilities have access to sporting, recreational and tourism venues;
(d) To ensure that children with disabilities have equal access with other children to participation in play, recreation and leisure and sporting activities, including those activities in the school system;
(e) To ensure that persons with disabilities have access to services from those involved in the organization of recreational, tourism, leisure and sporting activities.