Marcel Vervloesem: successful surgery!
Four wounds close to the aorta where sucessfully cauterized.
Jacqueline de Croÿ - 5 mars 2009
He will still remain two days in a pharmacological coma, to ensure his heart to continue to beat independently of the machines, the time necessary to the European Court of Human Rights to release him from an imprisonment for crimes that the state of his heart did not make it possible for him to execute. He will get the visits of his family and partners during this coma, at his request, to be able to testify of another eventual false complication accident. In 2006, an identified nurse had knowingly injected him overdoses insulin, without having to answer for her act.
The NGO Werkgroep Morkhoven and the Foundation Princesses of Croÿ and Massimo Lancellotti, joins to his family to congratulate St John's hospital of Bruges and to thank it for having maintained him alive, though the Belgian justice covers those who are trying to murder him.
Marcel Vervloesem showed that organized criminality was held by certain magistrates, who release quasi systematically those who are blamed in the field, by accusing victims and witnesses of the crimes for which they requested justice.
He had made a hunger and thirst strike to request the respect of the constitutional laws for 100.000 victims and witnesses of the paedocriminal network Zandvoort. The Belgian authorities refused him the protocol of hydration before he fell into coma. He was maintained the kidneys blocked, until the water retention reached his heart. He was imprisoned wounded and diabetic, in a cell with a man who protested by spreading out his excrements everywhere, until he contracted gangrene.
His heart was bleeding, broken by European justice, after twenty one years of infernal fight, to open its eyes on a legal system which supports organized criminality. The doctors of the hospital St John then did all they could to save his life.
Do not hesitate to send him a postcard at hospital St John of Bruges, as it will releif him to know that his life was not shortened in vain: