Petition to Hon. David Elliott MP, email@example.com
Please help keep this murderer in jail!
We are saddened and frightened to know that our legal system in Australia can allow someone who so savagely murdered our daughter, who has shown no remorse for his horrific crime is now eligible for parole after just 13 1/2 years. Support us as we give our daughter Tania the justice she deserves by keeping DL in jail and push for our government to amend the identification law of serious offenders when they turn 18 so that they can be identified to the public. Tania, our beautiful 15 year old daughter was brutally murdered by a boy, who can only be referred by his initials - DL, whom is now a 29 year old man that could potentially be released. We feel this is a great risk to the community and his behaviour in jail has not shown any sort of rehabilitation. If released DL will still be a threat to the community at a large, because of his mental state it is evident that he could potentially do the crime again to someone else’s daughter. We are so saddened to know someone who ended our daughters life (she received a death sentence) that he may have a chance to be set free and live a life of freedom for himself, free with no name or face attached to his crimes publicly. Regardless of what boundaries or areas are set for parole conditions no one will know who he is. Reasons why DL isn’t fit for society: DL to this day has not admitted guilt for his crime nor has DL shown any sign of remorse Specialists have identified DL has mental health conditions, a diagnosis is still unknown No signs of rehabilitation are demonstrated Under the juvenile criminal act DL’s full identity will never be revealed to the public. This is a huge threat to the community as many people are unaware of his full name or what he even looks like. Details of the crimes he committed: June 2005 DL entered our home in Forresters Beach, NSW Australia and assaulted me. DL was unknown to me at the time of this attack. This was reported to the Police and because he was unable to be identified at the time (I could not identify him due to the poor identification process that I was given by the police) he has never been charged with this assault. These details were never introduced into court because of technical issues that caused a faulty identification. On the afternoon of 19th July 2005 DL brutally murdered our 15 year old daughter Tania on her way home from school stabbing her 48 times and then ran off. DL was unknown to her, other than they both regularly caught the same bus to and from different schools. This was no spur of the moment decision. It was clearly an action that had a great deal of planning prior to its execution, since DL didn’t normally get off this bus stop and it appears that he had stalked her previously, to know her way home from school. He then planned to ambush her in an area secluded from the public eye during the attack, that was in broad daylight. My husband and I were at the scene of the murder minutes after she was stabbed and were with her when she died. The images of seeing her die and the state she was in are burned into our memories forever. After Tania was murdered and DL was in custody, I was able to identify that DL was indeed the one who assaulted me prior to Tania's death. I was given a proper identification process by the police. DL’s sentence and charges : DL was sentenced to 22 years with a non parole period of 17 years for Tania's murder. During the trial, he insisted that there was someone else at the scene who took Tania's life, but never attempted to even describe this individual. Tania had bravely identified DL to a witness moments after he ran off confirming that DL was guilty of murdering Tania. Since a successful appeal by DL on 21 December 2018, due to an error in the way sentencing was applied to juveniles (Muldrock error) he has had 4 years removed from his sentence. Which makes him eligible for consideration to be released on parole immediately, this was extremely frustrating to know that this small error in the justice system has given this murderer the potential to freedom If we as community don’t stand up and do something about it this, DL could be released and potentially commit more crimes. I feel Tania deserves more justice than this, her life was cut short and we are so deeply saddened by the loss of our daughter and knowing that the man that killed her could potentially be released without a name or face for the community to watch out for. As the Parole Hearing will take place over the next couple of months or so a sense of urgency for support is needed. Please support us by signing our petition and sharing it with as many people as you can. For the sake of our community and to bring Tania the justice she deserves. We thank you so much for your support and taking the time to be here for us. Mandy and Chris Burgess Links to related videos: 1 July 2011 - ABC News 2 Jan 2019 - Channel 7 News
Petition to Theresa May MP, Rt Hon Theresa May MP
Create a stalker's register
Stalking is a crime that is insidious and terrifying and yet many still do not understand it. Stalkers steal lives and take lives. Both our daughters, Kirsty Treloar and Jane Clough, were murdered by their stalkers. Kirsty was just 20 years old when she was stalked and stabbed to death. She had given birth to a beautiful baby girl three weeks before she was killed by Myles Williams, a man who she said she never wanted to see again. He was coercively controlling and violent to Kirsty and he had abused other women. Sentencing Williams, Judge Nicholas Cooke said: 'Beyond a shadow of a doubt, you represent an exceptional danger to any future female partners’. Jane met Jonathan Vass at work. She was an A&E nurse and he was an ambulance technician. Jane was just 26 years-old when she died. Nine months earlier she had a baby girl and the abuse escalated whilst she was pregnant. When he raped her in front of the baby, she knew she had to leave him. She ended the relationship and told police that he had raped and beaten her, but he was granted bail while facing nine counts of rape and four of assaults. He waited three months to access Jane. She had stopped going out as she was scared he was going to find her and kill her. As she became more isolated she used Facebook to talk to people and he stalked her by monitoring her account. When she eventually returned to work, he lay in wait in the hospital car park and stabbed her 71 times. Our daughters could have been saved if their serial abusers were on a register and being managed and monitored. Currently there is no existing framework which can track or monitor serial domestic violence perpetrators and stalkers. Rather than the perpetrator being effectively controlled and managed, oftentimes it is the victims who are forced to modify and change their behaviour and even flee their homes and disappear themselves in order to stay safe, which is unacceptable. People with a history of stalking are as dangerous as sex offenders and there needs to be tracking and monitoring of them. We need to act now to save lives by protecting women from serial stalkers and domestic violence perpetrators by introducing a register which would help police to pro-actively identify, track, monitor and manage stalkers instead of relying on a series of victims to report multiple crimes. This needs to change. It is the perpetrator’s behaviour that is the problem. There needs to be a positive obligation on them to change their behaviour and take responsibility. They are the ones who need to be tracked, supervised and managed and not the victim. We can’t bring our daughters back but we can save others in the future. Since this happened we have both become ambassadors for the National Stalking Advocacy Service Paladin, who are supporting our call for a stalkers register. We need to treat stalking with the seriousness it deserves. Many stalkers are serial and there should be a positive obligation on the abuser to change their behaviour. They are the ones who should be tracked and managed, just like sex offenders. Please help us to make sure that we protect other women so other families do not go through what we have.
Petition to Theresa May, Nia Griffith
TEENAGERS SHOULD BE NAMED AFTER SADISTIC DEATH OF INNOCENT LAMB!!!
Three EVIL teenagers stole an innocent lamb and sadistically stabbed it 20 times to death. They then hid the poor defenceless animal in a tree. The law does not at the moment allow them to be named. They are also being given minor punishment. The trio are two 16 year olds and one of 17. Why shouldn't they be named, they are old enough to know exactly what they were doing. The little lamb screamed out in pain. Everyone who signs this is desperately urging for a change in the law NOW!
Petition to Metropolitan Police Comissioner Comissoner, GLA Member Steve O'Connell, GLA Member Unmesh Desai, the mayor of london
We Call For the Immediate Suspension Of Romford Metropolitan Police PC Kevin Rawley.
We condemn the recent, aggressive and disproportionately violent arrest of two young black brothers, one aged 17 and the other just 14 years of age, on Heath Road Romford, by Metropolitan Police Service, Police Constable, Kevin Rawley. The video of this arrest has gone viral and has resulted in large-scale outrage at the treatment of the suspect by this officer. The fundamental philosophy of modern policing is to ensure public confidence by adhering to the principle of policing with consent. We believe incidents such as this fundamentally erode that Important principle. We note the recent figures, published by the Metropolitan Police Service demonstrating that when police officers arrest black Londoners, police officers consistently use disproportionate force. This arrest has caused huge outrage and concern amongst Londoners and many more concerned citizens throughout the country are appalled at what they've seen.Today, London's African and Afro-Caribbean communities have the lowest rates of public trust and confidence in the Metropolitan Police Service. The current figures represent the lowest level of expressed black public confidence ever recorded since the very inception of this public survey. This is a direct consequence of a failure to tackle the continued existence of institutionalised racism in operational policing practices, that have led to the toxic corrosion of community confidence in our police service. We call upon the Metropolitan Police Commissioner to urgently and immediately formally suspend PC Kevin Rawley, pending a disciplinary investigation. We also call upon the Mayor of London, and the London Assembly, to launch a public investigation, with public oversight, allowing scrutiny by community selected panel, in an effort to provide total transparency around the circumstances of this arrest. We call upon the Metropolitan Police and the Crown Prosecution Service, to drop all consideration of any charges against these two boys with immediate effect as being fundamentally against the public interest. We believe that this serious incident has had a major negative impact upon police and community relations in London, which are now deeply fraught with tension and an open lack of trust by Londons black communities in both the professionalism and objectivity of the Metropolitan Police Service. Further, we believe it vital that demonstrable action is taken immediately, to reassure the public about the commitment of the police and the Mayor to tackling police racism, ensuring open transparent investigation in an effort to maintain the highest levels of public accountability.
Petition to NSW Director of Public Prosecution, NSW Premier Gladys Berejiklian, NSW Minister for Corrections David Elliott, NSW Attourney General Mark Speakman, NSW Minister for Police and Emergency Services Troy Grant
Help stop a Triple Murderer being released from a NSW jail.
A man once described as “one of the most cold-blooded killers ever to enter a New South Wales prison”, is likely to be released on parole next month. In 1977, Berwyn Rees entered a Bondi Junction gun shop and ordered 26-year-old manager Raymond James and 26-year-old customer Christopher Greenfield to lie face down on the ground. Rees shot both of them in the back of the head from point blank range. He took 18 guns and ammunition and fled. One of these innocent men was my father. I was only two-years-old when my father was murdered in cold-blood - execution style. For three years the murders remained unsolved until forestry and telecom workers heard Rees’ target practice shots in the bush. Sergeant Keith Haydon went to investigate and was shot multiple times. Realising Sergeant Haydon wasn't dead, Rees went back to the injured policeman and shot him in the head. During his attempted escape he shot another young police officer multiple times in the stomach, but the constable survived. In 1981, Rees was handed three life sentences for the murders and another 10 years in prison for the attempted murder. Last week I received a letter in the mail stating that the State Parole Authority has indicated it's Intention to grant Rees' parole next month. This murderer is highly intelligent (completed a Bachelor of Arts Degree with a double major whilst incarcerated), cold and calculating and has never shown any remorse. I cannot understand how they can even consider letting this man free. He has destroyed so many families. This man murdered 3 innocent men and an attempted murder on another. He deserves to be in jail for the term of his natural life, never seeing the light of day again. Please sign my petition to help me keep my father's murderer locked away.....just imagine if it was your son or brother or father. Do you really want this kind of man walking the streets?
Petition to Nageswara Rao, Narendra Modi, Rajnath Singh, Amit shah
Help Ngurang Reena and her family in seeking justice for her father, who was murdered.
The tyranny of distance and the disparity of identity and belongingness has perennially kept India’s North-East and its people at the brink. At one time if we are told, Hum Ek Hain (We are one), while many a time we are reminded, Aap Alag Ho (You are different). Fluctuating attitude towards this region, its people and most significantly about its issues- socio-economic-political, have left most of us with feelings of resentment towards New Delhi. It’s saddening to know that even after 70 years of India’s glorious independence, people of this region feel disconnected, unheard and unrepresented. I am Ms.Ngurang Reena from Arunachal Pradesh, India. I am a research scholar studying in Delhi and a former Assistant Professor, Delhi University. And today, I am writing to you as a disheartened citizen and as a grieving daughter who has just lost her father. I write on behalf of the nine daughters and sons that have been left behind tormented over our father’s death. I have lost confidence in all the institutions on which I can rely for justice. Hence, I have quit my job, to fight for him. I don't know what else can I do! I lost my father Ngurang Pinch on 18th November 2017. We buried him in pain not knowing who and what killed him. But we are convinced today that he was murdered, given the detaiils of the events and above all, the fulctuating statements provided to us by the twenty members that were with him on the day. It has been more than a year now since he was murdered and my family has been doing everything possible on our ends to seek justice; from FIR to media to online petitions to dharnas, to meeting the CBI officials but all in vain. While we still cry and beg the country for justice, his friends continue to live a normal life and still claim that they don't know anything about my father's death! Today, I feel like the country doesn't care about the North-East region, about its people and our struggles. I have the urge to give up, every day. I am exasperated. Many news channel and journalists' shut the door on me saying, it is a trivial "North East story!", I cried in pain. Note: In the past three years, the state has seen 161 Murders, 26 in Itanagar itself. While very few of them get reported, let alone solved because it is happening in a distant land-somewhere in the North-East part of India. New Delhi does not care! With utmost faith, Ngurang Reena and her family.
Petition to Theresa May MP, Lord mayor London, jeremy hunt mp, Phillip Hammond MP, Metropolitan Police, Sadiq Khan
Mark Field MP to be prosecuted and dismissed for gross misconduct
We have all witnessed the actions taken by Mark Field on a Climate change protester at The Mansion House, Financial dinner. The protest was to deliver concerns about climate change, to Philip Hammond MP. The protesters entered a private function to spread their message, albeit uninvited. The Conservative MP Mark Field, stopped the protester by pushing her, forcefully into a pillar, grabbing her upper body to turn her around then grabbing the rear of her neck, pushing her out of the room. The removal of the protesters should have been the responsibility of the hired security personnel, to which they should have used their skills to defuse the situation calmly and without violence. Mark Field took it upon himself to confront and assault a protester who posed no physical threat to him. She had no weapon, no liquids only a mobile phone and some papers. His response and actions were unjustified and he committed a criminal offence of assault. As he was a representative of the government, sitting in a political event. He should be dismissed under the grounds of gross misconduct. The assault was captured on video and there is clear evidence that the protester didn't resist, become violent or threatening in any way. Therefore this requires a criminal investigation and his dismissal as a result of his suspension.
Petition to Government
Make social media illegal for under 16's
Children shouldn't be allowed to use social media until they have left education, to many children are taking there own lives due to bullying through social media, children are becoming self conscious and feel they are having to compete with others. mental health issues are becoming more common in children due to the bullying over social media.