Brussels, january 11 2010

Yesterday I have once again written an e-mail to all the Belgian and European rerpresentatives to inform them of the fact that one of the members of our association had for the fourth time nearly gone into coma because his blood sugar level, which has been uncontrolable ever since the last time they locked him up in the isolation-cell, suddenly dropped to 50 yesterday morning.
Marcel Vervloesem's most recent stay in the isolation-cel was the result of his protests against the decision of Erwin Boosten of the prison's case-management office who had invited Mr. Vervloesem to his desk only to inform him of the fact that 'there was no longer any chance that he would be released on Parole' and that 'he would personally make sure that restrictions would be imposed on the number of letters and visits Mr. Vervloesem had the right to recieve'. This decision has been supported by the Directorate General of the Department of Penitenciary Institutions in Brussels and has tacitly been approved by the minister of Justice De Clerck.
Mr. Erwin Boosten took this decision in a reaction to Morkhoven's prior criticism of the case managers of the prisons of Turnhout and Brugge because of the way in which they endlessly kept tampering with the case of Marcel Vervloesem, and because of the fact that they even committed legal offences while doing so. In fact, the case managers of Marcel Verloesem had not only hidden several medical documents regarding Mr. Vervloesem from their report to the court for the implementation of criminal punishments, but in this report they had allso falsified several facts from the sentence which had been pronounced by the criminal court in the case against Mr. Vervloesem.
Therefore, they crushed Marcel Vervloesem's attempts to protest against this situation by locking him up for a period of 7 days in an unaired isolation-cell, thus raising the total number of days he has spent in isolation to 50.
As usually, the letters which we wrote to the minister of Justice Stefaan De Clerck, who claims that the legal system in this country is 'human and righteous', didn't have the slightest effect.
The state of Marcel Vervloesem's health is deteriorating every day. He was allready very badly ill before his incarceration, and since the time that he has been locked up  in prison, i.e. over these last 18 months, he has been through 5 emergency hospitalisations and -operations, during which he has been kept tied for 591 hours to the operating-table, to his hospital-bed and to his wheel chair etc.by means of an iron chain.
It seems clear from the statements that the authorities have been making -saying that they can't release Mr. Vervloesem on the ground of medical reasons 'because there is a risk of his resuming his former activities as a anti-childporn-activist and of his contacting the press', that they must be determined to let him die in prison, as if he were a real political prisoner in some sort of totalitarian country.
The fact that minister De Clerk doesn't even respond to the letters that the lawyer of Marcel Vervloesem, Raf Jespers, has been writing to him, in which he is demanding the immediate release of his client on the ground of medical reasons, clearly proves that the minister himself has personally approved the decision to let all this happen.
According to the verdict from the court for the implementation of criminal punishments, the Minister is the only person who has the right to decide whether a prisoner is intitled to a release on the ground of medical reasons.
There had been allready things that happened in the past which indicated that the Minister himself is personally involved in this case.
He never ordered an investigation into the cover-up of the scandal of the Zandvoort childporn-ring for example (the nearly 90.000 children who were abused in that scandal have still not been identified and there has never been a serious search for the childporn-producers and child-molesters involved in that ring), as he allso never reacted to the conclusion which the Belgian Supreme Court drew in 2008 stating that evidence for Mr.Vervloesem's innocence had dissapeared from the Court of Turnhout. Likewise, the Minister did never command an investigation into the disappearance of 7 child-porn-CD's from the Zandvoort-file in the Antwerp court of Justice, neighter did he ever command an investigation into the fact that the more than 30 police-reports about the sexual offences against children that have been committed by the person who has filed most of the complaints against Mr. Vervloesem, have all been covered-up. In addition to that, the Minister has been obstructing the application of Article 72 and subsequent Articles of the law on the release of prisoners on the ground of medical reasons, and he has  never opposed the case managers' misconduct with regard to Marcel Vervloesem nor any of the acts of torture or any of the arbitrary sanctions that he has been submitted to, and the Minister continues to allow the theft and confiscation of letters to and from Mr. Vervloesem. Finally, the Minister stated in his letter from March 5 2009 to Mr. Vervloesem that he had 'ordered the Supreme Court to carry out an investigation into the conditions of his detention', but here again we never saw that happening either.
The Minister is very well informed about all the details concerning the case of Mr. Vervloesem, because of all the registered letters, the e-mails and telephone-calls he has received from us about it. It even appears that he keeps a small file of all the articles that the Werkgroep Morkhoven has been publishing on the Internet.
But Minister De Clerck does simply not care about the life of a prisoner, he prefers to let Mr. Verloesem die in prison in stead of commanding an investigation into the criminal actions of the  judges who are involved in the covering-up of the Zandvoort child-porn case and in the slandering against Marcel Vervloesem that has allready been going on for so many years now.
Today we will allso send a copy of this newsletter to Minister De Clerck and to all the officers of his cabinet. For allmost one year now we have been busy keeping all of them informed about this case, without any of them doing anything whatsoever at all to put an end to this scandal.
I have only just made a telephone-call to Els Baart, a member of the cabinet of the Minister, to inform her of the fact that at about 5 o'clock this morning  Marcel Verloesem had for the fourth time allmost gone into a coma, but she coldly replied to me that 'they didn't speak on the telephone'.
She told me that I 'have to contact her by mail', but in fact she nevers responds to the letters that our non-profit organisation Werkgroep Morkhoven is sending her, we simply don't ever recieve any reaction at all from her.
If one of these days Marcel Vervloesem should go into coma and die as a result of that, this woman as well as Minister De Clerck will be reponsable for it.
Jan Boeykens
President of the non-profit organisation Werkgroep Morkhoven.
We have sent to Minister De Clerck more than 40 times over a complete review of the more than 20 emergency-hospitalisations and -operations that this activist of ours, Marcel Vervoesem, has gone through. Yesterday we have allso sent a copy of this list to the nearly 200 Belgian and European members of Parliament, together with yet another letter to inform them about the situation, for we want them all to know what is going on.
The Werkgroep Morkhoven has only once ever recieved a response from Minister De Clerck which had been personally signed by him. In this letter he referred to Els Baart, the officer of his cabinet who is in charge of the Vervloesem-case.
In his letter from April 30 2009, the Minister replied to us as follows:
-'Concerning the subject of Mr. Vervloesem's case managers, I must say that to me there seems to be no objective reason why I should personally take any action in this matter, as a sufficient number of interviews is taking place between Mr. Vervloesem and his case managers.'
-'The medical aspects of this case have been examined by the Health Care Service'.
-'The questions regarding the modalities of Mr. Vervloesem's criminal punishment have been examined'.
-'Mr. Vervloesem's lawyer has allso been allready previously informed about these matters'.


Réseau Zandvoort - 11.1.2010: Marcel Vervloesem à nouveau en danger

tralies.imagesBruxelles, 11 janvier 2010

J'ai eu Marcel Vervloesem de notre association à nouveau au téléphone.
Son niveau de sucre était à nouveau tombé à 44.
Il en est à son 4ième évanouissement hypoglycémique depuis 15 jours, d’où un pré coma susceptible d’être mortel, mais le ministère de la justice continue à refuser l’hospitalisation.

Celle qui gère son dossier au ministère est Els Baart (tel **32.2.542.80.62) mais elle refuse de répondre « par téléphone », et pas d’avantage par courrier.

Marcel Vervloesem doit immédiatement subir des examens médicaux, sans à nouveau être enfermé dans une cellule d'isolation ou enchaîné jour et nuit à un lit d'hôpital !

Des prisonniers malades comme Marcel Vervloesem doivent être immédiatement libérés !

J'ai vraiment l'impression que ça va mal tourner avec Marcel et que certains veulent sa mort pour le faire taire définitivement de l'affaire pédocriminel de Zandvoort qui (avec ses 89.539 victimes) était étouffée.

Jan Boeykens, Président de l'asbl Werkgroep Morkhoven

Voici une liste avec plus de 20 hospitalisations d’urgence et d’opération subit par Marcel Vervloesem et qui ont été envoyés plus de 40 fois au Ministre De Clerk et ses collaborateurs de cabinet.

Le Ministre qui prône une justice « humaine et équitable » estime qu’un prisonnier ne peut être sorti de prison que 3 jours avant sa mort supposée...

1) Cancer malin – Hopital St H. Hart à Lier – 2 fois
2) Reins – 5 fois – Hôpital St Elisabeth à Herentals
3) Pancréas – 2 fois – 1X Hopital St H. Hart à Lier, 1X UIA d’Anvers
4) Urgence en soins intensifs pancréatite 2 –
5) Urgence en soins intensifs pancréatite 1 – UIA d’Anvers
6) Soins intensifs – Hôpital Fabiola à Sambreville/Hôpital St Elisabeth à Herentals 11X
7) Reins – Gasthuisberg à Louvain – 2 X
8. Disfonctionnement cardiaque opération à l’AZ Imelda Bonheiden – 3X
9) Soins intensifs diabétiques – Hopital St H. Hart à Lier 4X
10) Reins – Hopital St H. Hart à Lier – 1X
11) Opération du coeur – AZ St Jan Bruges – 1X
12) Dialyse rénale – Hopital St H. Hart à Lier- 1X
13) Hémorragie interne – AZ St Jan Bruges – 1X
14) Opération – AZ St Jan Bruges – 1X
15) Placement chirugical de tuyaux de dialyse – AZ St Jan Bruges – 1X
16) Soins intensifs cardio – St Elisabeth Turnhout – 1X
17) Urgence soins intensifs anémie (leucémie) – St Elisabeth Turnhout – 1X
18) Urgence soins intensifs – St Elisabeth à Herentals – 1X
19) Opération du coeur – AZ St Jan Bruges
20) En date du 14 mai 2009 il devait du à des problèmes cardiaque consécutif entre autre au manque de médication et un traitement insuffisant être admit en urgence à l’hôpital AZ Sint Jan Bruges mais la direction de la prison avec son avis négatif a réussi 1 jour avant l’admission sur base du rapport du PSD éviter cette admission.

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Activist Marcel Vervloesem à nouveau en danger

tralies.imagesBruxelles, 10 janvier 2010 - J'ai eu Marcel Vervloesem de notre association au téléphone. Il s'est évanoui pour le troisième fois à cause d'une hyglycémie.  Son niveau de sucre était à nouveau tombé à 50.  Il doit aller tout de suite à l'hôpital et il doit être libéré avant qu'il meurt à la prison !

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Brussels, 20 December 2009
Today, around 20.00 hrs., I received another phone-call from Marcel Vervloesem from the prison of Turnhout.
His health is still in a very bad shape.
As you know, he is not only suffering from a heart condition and a kidney-disease, and he has been operated upon 20 times, etc...but he allso has severe diabetes which since 10 days now allready can no longer be controlled, while he is now allso suffering from severe bronchitis.
Over a period of three weeks, he has lost 18 lbs of weight.
The docters have injected another type of insulin into his body, but his blood sugar has again risen to such a high level that his life is now again in immediate danger. There is a serious risk that he goes into diabetic coma, because his glychemia has been that high these last days that it could't be measured any more.
He is lying on his bed all day long, because he isn't able to do anything else anymore. He feels like vomiting all the time, he feels dizzy all the time, and he can hardly see anything anymore.
He actually should immediately be brought to a hospital, but the Minister of Justice, De Clerck, and the Directorate-General of the Peniteniary Institutions, who must know about this situation because I have written a letter to them last week about it, as I have allso called the Cabinet of the Minister, apparently find this situation normal.
Marcel's lawyer has made a phone-call yesterday to Eric Geudens, the director-attaché of the prison of Turnhout, who told him that 'nothing was the matter with Marcel'.
It is this same man, Eric Geudens, who recently wrote in his report to the Court.....that the conditional  release or the penitentiary leave of Marcel Vervloesem would contain 'a risk, because of his involvement with anti-paedophilia organizations which keenly make use of the media.'
About a year ago, Eric Geudens had allready said that 'nothing was the matter', and the consequence of that assertion was that it took the docters of the hospital of Turnhout 13 hours to save Marcel's live by means of a heart-reanimation machine
Is remains unclear what will happen in the next days and during the forthcoming hollidays.
As long as the Directorate-General of the Penitentiary Institutions and Minister De Clerck (whom I will again contact today through mail) will do nothing and remain opposed to Marcel being allowed to enter a hospital, this worrying situation will not change.
The continuous exchanges of phone-calls between docters, doesn't make any sense, as long as this situation drags on. In fact, one should say that this means nothing else than that they are playing with his live.
One should allso consider the fact that between eight o'clock at night and seven o'clock in the morning, there is no medical nursing personel at all in this prison.
Nor did they take the care to provide the prison with a medical observation-team, and the prison-guards are unable to continuously watch the state of Marcel's health and to find out if he is just sleeping or if he has gone into a coma.
Tomorrow I will again call all the Services and I will once again contact the Cabinet of Minister De Clerck.
Il will allso send around some fax-messages, in order to make sure that nobody will be able to pretend, if something serious should happen, that they knew nothing about it.
We will allso inform the press and the representatives by means of short press messages.
If someone would wish to write a letter to Marcel:
Gevangenis Turnhout
t.a.v. Marcel Vervloesem
Afdeling 4, cel 86
Wezenstraat 1
2300 Turnhout (Belgium)
(Due to the fact that letters to Marcel regularly disappear, we recommand that you send your letter or post-card by registered mail.)
Jan Boeykens
President of the non-profit organisation vzw Werkgroep Morkhoven.

Following is list of more than 20 emergency room trips and surgical operations endured by Marcel Vervloesem, of which Belgian minister of justice and his cabinet members were informed more than 40 times. This prominent official advocates publicly for a "humane and equitable" justice, and states that a prisoner 'can be released from jail only 3 days before his expected death'.

1- malignant cancer : treated at St. H. Hart Hospital, Lier : 2 times
2- kidneys : at St Elisabeth Hospital, Herentals : 5 times
3- pancreas : at St. H. Hart Hospital, Lier : 2 times, University IA, Anvers : 1 time
4- emergency in intensive care for pancreatite : 2 times
5- emergency in intensive care for pancreatite : University IA, Anvers : 1 time
6- intensive care : Fabiola Hospital, Sambreville and St. Elisabeth Hospital, Herrentals : 11 times
7- kidneys : Gasthuisberg, Louvain : 2 times
8- heart surgery for cardiac dysfunctioning : at AZ Imelda, Bonheiden : 3 times
9- diabetes intensive care : at St. H. Hart Hospital, Lier : 4 times
10- kidneys : at St. H. Hart Hospital, Lier : 1 time
11- heart surgery : at AZ St. Jan, Bruges : 1 time
12- kidney dialysis : at St. H. Hart Hospital, Lier : 1 time
13- internal hemorrhage : at AZ St. Jan, Bruges : 1 time
14- surgery : at St. Jan, Bruges : 1 time
15- surgery for placing dialysis drains : at AZ St. Jan, Bruges : 1 time
16- intensive care in cardiology : at St. Elisabeth Hospital, Turnhout : 1 time
17- emergency room intensive care for anemia (leukemia) : St. Elisabeth Hospital, Turnhout : 1 time
18- emergency room intensive care : St. Elisabeth Hospital, Herrentals : 1 time
19- heart surgery : AZ St. Jan, Bruges : 1 time
20- on May 14th 2009, for heart problems caused by among other reasons lack of medications and insufficent treatments, Mr Vervloesem was to be admitted in emergency to the AZ St. Jan Hospital, Bruges, but the prison director, using a psycho-social service's report denied it.

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