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Murder of a hero Flemish: The lies of the assassins

On the fifth day of his hunger and thirst strike, according to the official version, Marcel Vervloesem was sent to the hospital because a doctor would have found too weak. The Minister of Justice would have opposed to this hospitalization, have him sent in the evening at the prison infirmary of Bruges.

After verification, this occurs to be false. That day, Marcel Vervloesem, severely cardiac and diabetic, had become totally blind. He had an alarming rate of sugar in the blood and heavy pain at the heart. The ambulance has left the Turnhout prison at 16:30 hours, but not for the St Elizabeth hospital, which is located 500 meters away. Indeed, the Werkgroep Morkhoven crossed it with the regulatory police escort on the road to Bruges, at 16:45 hours. It was a quarter on an hour away from the prison, thus far passed the hospital and not leaving enough time for a hospitalization.

The next day, he felt extremely weak. The doctor had proposed a hydration injection that he refused. He had recovered enough vision to write his collaborators and his pain had faded overnight. He thought he had been immediately taken to the infirmary Bruges and had no recollection of having passed by a hospital. He wakes up at the medical control, whereas he had fallen asleep in his room, what shows he carries on falling into coma, then wakes up.

But a thirst strike causes blindness due to the depletion of a pocket of water in the eye. It therefore appears that Marcel Vervloesem fell into a coma on the road to Bruges, then was rushed to the nearest hospital and hydrated when he was unconscious.

It is now easier to understand how he survived so long, but one wonders what hides behind this macabre game. What brings so much to the Minister of Justice to endorse such a violation of separation of powers? How doe he dare NOT imposing the hospitalization of a man, so that he can be provided the psychological assistance, which is necessary to persuade him to abandon an action that puts his life at risk?

Already on the third day, Marcel Vervloesem wrote a farewell letter to his friends and colleagues, in which he confirmed by a coded message that his murder was planed. The prison authorities had pressed him to write his will. Nevertheless, he says he does not regret anything of his fight of paedocriminal network, for the thousands of victims. He ended his letter by thanking his best friends and colleagues, and said that it was really worth it.

Marcel Vervloesem does a hunger and thirst strike to request the implementation of his constitutional rights since September, 5. He has been exposing for the last twenty years, the judicial dysfunction that covers sexual exploitation of children. He was rewarded by a conviction to die in prison, under a simulation of a miscarriage of justice, for acts that medicine recognizes he is physically incapable to execute.

The life of Marcel Vervloesem depends of 14 tablets and 3 injections per day, but he had been called to spend 4 years in prison without infirmary. The doctor of that prison had failed to advice him of cancer when he was wrongfully imprisoned in 2005, which took effect to develop two metastases. He has given him 10 days to live.

The Werkgroep Morkhoven expects that Marcel Vervloesem will be kept alive artificially, until tomorrow, 10 days after he entered prison for his last action. It will thus be a murder, since a man may choose to die for his convictions, but a doctor may not decide if a man must live and when he must die.

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