So been thinking about all this stuff I know and how the government are ignoring the Magna Carta, and then while I’m working out what pieces of law I can get John Key under I realise I can use the Magna Carta as a legislative reference and prosecute him under that.
It was only at the last minute I added Section 39, but pleased I did, cause having the police used to intimidate me when I was asking for the health care I knew I was entitled to was not right and not just. Of course they will say there was a judgement of my peers or law that says suicidal people must have police sent to their homes to protect them. But with all my art and poetry I’ll prove what they are doing is discrimination and they have purposely put in these measures to stop people getting the heatlh care they need.
39. No freemen shall be taken or imprisoned or disseised or exiled or in any way destroyed, nor will we go upon him nor send upon him, except by the lawful judgment of his peers or by the law of the land.
Shit just realised I didn’t take a photocopy of the Charging Documents – will have to go in next week and see if they will get me one – you can’t remember everything. As you can see what I have said is pretty amateur but I know judges give lots of leeway to people who are not lawyers, they are more interested in fairness and justice and that the person has given it their best shot.
19 June 2015
Statement by J.E.R, date of birth 00/00/1965, of street, Carterton
I am about to start this and the emotion is overwhelming me, how the police have been used to intimidate and bully me for demanding and needing the professional health care promised under ACC, health, disability, criminal, human rights and bill of rights laws is persecution and torture.
How I am treated by the police varies greatly depending on the person, I would like to refer to my police file at this point to highlight all the times I have been seen by police, have been detained by police and been prosecuted by police.
I am not able to look at my police file as it makes me very unwell, I got a copy of it a few years ago and on page 3 it said I was ‘mental’ and a danger to police safety. I wasn’t able to read past that and have had a rocky relationship with police since ACC illegally cut all my care in 2009, after National became the government and installed neo-liberal Business Round Table advocate John Judge, then Paula Rebstock.
Can the judge please consider my police file as being evidence to what has been happening me as I fight for the care I know I am entitled to. Please note that all complaints to police about me being suicidal are from people who are public servants and/or agents of the government. I would tell these people I was begging for help or justice from, how bad I felt and they would phone police but never help me get care. This is a gross miscarriage of justice and proof what is happening in the real world I live in is very different to what the government and these agencies promote.
It makes me want to be violently ill when I think that forcing suicidal people to take their clothes off and put on the crazy suit is police policy and when I tried to challenge it as being extremely degrading and against human rights laws I was ignored. They only got my clothes off me once, during my first protest, chalking Journalists are Maggots on the Times Age building in Masterton. When I got down to my underwear I was told to take them off as well, I had my period and said I couldn’t – I was told I had to. That is when my respect for the police and the government ended. I told the officer I would fight her for my underwear as there was no way I was going to let blood run down my leg in front of so many men. This policy is not law and therefore was not subject to scrutiny under Bill of Rights and Human Rights laws.
Over the past 30 years as neo-liberalism has relentlessly destroyed our unique Kiwi culture these attacks and laws on suicidal people have steadily increased. It are the policies that are driving people to suicide and then the government and authorities blame the victims for a completely human response to an inhuman living environment.
New Zealand is a beautiful country, there is enough resources for everybody to have the necessaries of life. Giving massive tax cuts to the wealthiest people and organisations in this country while at the same time stopping poor people (rich people can still get this care and justice) from getting the health care and justice they are entitled to is immoral and against the law.
Also the massive social issues that have arisen due to high unemployment and concentration of wealth into the richest 20% of society – are being somehow blamed on the victims of these social issues, like violence, mental illness, poverty, ill health etc. It was very sad to see all the changes that have been made to the Social Welfare and Social Security Acts over the past decade, all aimed at blaming those who can’t get work. When we all know deregulation, free trade and neo-liberalism was instrumental in hundreds of thousands of manufacturing jobs moving offshore to be done by people who are treated like slaves in poorer countries.
I will be addressing this issue in another private charge in the near future.
I told a judge recently, when going through the court system over my protests at Masterton Hospital that I will take no more – and I won’t. No more are you going to treat disabled, abused, mentally injured and ill people like you are. Everybody knows it is wrong – EVERYBODY.
I know other people who are degraded and persecuted by police for being suicidal and I have experiences of people who attempted suicide who were living with me that I would like to be able to present to the court. I cannot talk about them now I am too unwell.
I would like all book of poetry The Black Book ISBN 978-0-473-31199-5 to form part of this case but I do not have the resources to do a copy for each of the five charges. I would also like all my photographs to form part of this.
Please help me get a lawyer, there is so much you don’t know, so many things. These people have driven me insane, they have turned my family and community against me, just because I couldn’t get the professional health care I was entitled to.
I can’t go on with this document.
Kia kaha to us all.