PROTEST TODAY! 30th December 2012! DANIEL ROQUE HALL must not be sent back to DIE in prison! 3pm – 5pm Wormwood Scrubs prison, Du Cane Road W12 0AE

Tomorrow Monday — demo — Daniel Roque Hall must not be sent back to prison!
3pm – 5pm at Wormwood Scrubs prison, Du Cane Road W12 0AE
http://www.facebook.com/events/384378004984882/

Nearest tube: East Acton  *   Blue Badge parking is allowed

 

ACTION ALERT: DANIEL ROQUE HALL

Wormwood Scrubs is planning to take Daniel back to prison on 2 January!       But he nearly died after just 7 weeks there and has only partially recovered after four months of specialist care in hospital.

Daniel is A HUMAN BEING! He does not deserve a DEATH SENTENCE!

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John McDonnell MP, Sue Millman (Ataxia UK), Anne Hall, Bruce Kent and Claire Glasman (WinVisible) present petition to Ministry of Justice on 25 October 2012.

 

Daniel’s mother Anne Hall is leading the campaign to save his life:

“UCLH saved my son’s life and I will be eternally grateful to all the wonderful staff who have provided dedicated and expert care to Daniel, day and night.  They could not have done more.  No UK prison can meet his complex care needs. To send him back would amount to a death sentence – he has already been punished far in excess of the three years he was given.”

What you can do:

Write now to Professor Tony Mundy at UCLH tony.mundy@uclh.nhs.uk and Sir Robert Naylor at UCLH NHS Foundation Trust Robert.naylor@uclh.nhs.uk to urge them not to discharge Daniel back to prison for the sake of his health and his life.

Write to Prison Minister Jeremy Wright  MPasking him to let Daniel serve his sentence at home: abigail.culank@justice.gsi.gov.uk

Ask your MP to sign EDM 631 – see below. 18 have signed so far; we need more.

Sign the petition – Justice for Daniel Roque Hall

More publicity here

Parliament UK

DANIEL ROQUE HALL

Session: 2012-13 Date tabled: 24.10.2012

That this House notes that Daniel Roque Hall is a 30-year-old severely disabled man with Friedreich’s Ataxia, a multi-system and fatal illness, now so advanced that he cannot use his arms or legs, has blurred vision, damaged speech, heart failure, cardiac arrhythmia and Type 1 diabetes; further notes that he was imprisoned for attempting to bring cocaine into this country, but recognises that, given the seriousness of his condition and the complexity of his care needs, prison is not suitable for him, bearing in mind that seven weeks through his three-year sentence he was taken to hospital where he remains two months later after spending over a week in intensive care; further notes that his mother, his GP, the former HM Chief Inspector of Prisons, Lord Ramsbotham, disability and other organisations, including Ataxia UK, Liberty and WinVisible and over 1,400 people who signed a petition, have warned that a return to prison would amount to a death sentence for him; welcomes the decision of the Secretary of State for the Home Department to stop the extradition of Gary McKinnon because it would subject him to inhuman and degrading treatment and endanger his life; and calls on the Secretary of State to show the same compassion to Daniel Roque Hall by allowing him to serve the rest of his sentence at home, where he can receive the appropriate care and medical support and be supervised by probation services.

For more information contact:

Justice for Daniel Roque Hall

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Global Women’s Strike  www.globalwomenstrike.net   0207 482 2496

Comments
  • K Peake December 31, 2012 at 4:09 pm

    Aware of growing distaste for his Party’s Nazi strategy known as “Welfare Reform”, IDS is appealing today to the people for ongoing support on the grounds that cruelty is the best way to manage immigration and poor foreigners, disabled and unemployed:

    “NUMBER OF FOREIGNERS CLAIMING TAX CREDITS “UNKNOWN”, MINISTERS ADMIT” frightens the Telegraph today which Goggle was kindly presenting to us as a headline half an hour ago.

    “In September, the Home Office broadened the definition of domestic abuse to include those who fall victim to psychological intimidation and controlling conduct.

    The cumulative effects of constant humiliation, criticism, threats, name-calling and manipulation can be just as devastating as kicks and punches.

    Aside from the immeasurable personal cost of going through abuse, the bill for treating the mental disorder caused by domestic violence in Britain is an estimated £176m, according to research by Lancaster University”

    http://www.independent.co.uk/news/uk/crime/ios-christmas-appeal-mental-torture–the-hidden-side-of-abuse-8433311.html

    Psychological abuse and mental torture is UK domestic policy. Politely ask them to leave:

    http://epetitions.direct.gov.uk/petitions/33327

  • Jane Russell January 1, 2013 at 3:31 pm

    And there’s Gidiot, having defrauded us of a paddocks worth – still at large. What an absolute disgrace this is – this man is already living with a horrendous life sentence is that not enough punishment? – with prisons bursting at the seems – unbelievable that they have done this to him. This country really has come off it’s rockers!

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