According to the commission of euthanasia, Marcel Vervloesem can live only 10 days without his medications. He refuses them since Thursday May 15, in the indifference of the Ministry for Justice. Today, his hope of survival is limited to two days, without counting the highest risk of heart attack.
Thursday May 22, 2009: two days left to live
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Marcel Vervloesem's suicide in prison: western at the ministry of justice
Jacqueline de Croÿ - 20-05-2009
As soon as Marcel Vervloesem accepted the legal truth on his chances of survival in prison, time that the European Court of Human Rights concede judging of it, the Ministry of Justice urgently made him meet a psychiatrist. He refuses any medication, since it is not necessary to cure judicially non-existent fatal diseases. He still has four days live, to believe the commission of euthanasia. All the services of the ministry shoot at none another, alloting the responsibility for this suicide to the other. Belgian justice left him free, untill he had not a chance to leave prison alive.
The kingdom being a model of suicide prevention in prison, it does not claim to be able to grant him an electronic bracelet before August and calls upon the "media sensitivity" for each refusal of penitentiary leave. It however only took 24 hours to free Bart Debie, a police officer condemned for corruption, falsification of official reports, racism and violence.
Founder of the NGO Werkgroep Morkhoven, Marcel Vervloesem has brought, since 1988, too many solid proofs of the corruption that covers paedocriminal networks. He was condemned for crimes that the medical community recognizes he is physically unable to carry out. He has been maintained between life and death in prison for nine months, by the means serial administrative mistakes. He decided to carry out his fourth suicide attempt in prison until the end. The doctor asked if he was annoyed.
No, he answered. I do not have any reason to be annoyed. I was never so serene in my life.
He really is.