Tuesday, September 11, 2012


Harper to work with allies to aid prisoners in Iran
TORONTO STAR   Monday, September 10, 2012
                                                                                                                                          Can you ask THE TORONTO STAR for aid to resolve the tragic life’s of foster children in prisons? Mr. Harper mentioned that he will work with its allies in order to help three of their citizens detained in Iranian jails. Whether exists really concern in your person about the prison population abroad or in this country, your priority is to ensure better conditions in the correctional centers in this nation, because the actual environment in the jails around the country fell under the minimum international standards. In the prisons and juvenile detentions centers around the country prisoners are subjected to cruel, inhuman and degrading treatment, detainees are physically brutalized especially in solitary confinement, mentally tortured and drugged by the guards and other staff of the correctional system. The detainees are poorly fed, without adequate medical care, forced to stay in overcrowded cells without heat or proper ventilation, denied to contact family members, lawyers or doctors, and lack to get a lawyer or a representative to defend multiple charges is really questionable.
Mr. Prime Minister: human rights violations are committed every day in the dungeons of bloody business against “children and youth holocaust” and other innocent people by the correctional "sadists" guards. Please can you ask your allies for their help and respective medical aid to resolve the tragic life’s of foster children and foster parents business?

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