Petition to The Government, Public, courts
Animal abuses should be treated like child abuses
In today's society many animals are being mistreated, whether its' beaten, starved or neglected. Animals can not speak like humans, they can not tell us how they are feeling or if something is happening to them, this is why we as a country need to speak up for them, to get them the rights they deserve. Anybody that mistreats an animal should go to prison for a minimum for 4 years and banned from having animals for a further 5 years. Courts, the government, us as the public, we can all help to make this happen.
Petition to ATTORNEY GENERAL CHAMBERS, People's Action Party, K. SHANMUGAM, Assoc Prof Muhammad Faishal Ibrahim, Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong
HARSHER SENTENCE IN SINGAPORE FOR PEDOPHILE JOSHUA ROBINSON
Wow... 4 years of jail without caning for a pedophile?! READ ABOUT THIS SEXUAL PREDATOR'S CASE HERE. Is this the message our Singapore Government People's Action Party is intending to send worldwide: "Spray paint our city or slander our government officials and you get it worse off than if you rape and sexually abuse our children"? Pedophiles will come from far and wide to take advantage of such an incredibly erroneous measure of justice!! As a parent and an early childhood educator advocating for the voiceless in our country (and children everywhere, with the fact that upon release this pedophile could be anywhere around the world, abusing his mixed martial arts trainer's credentials) I find this unacceptable and absolutely intolerable. Unfortunately, the 6 year old in this traumatic case is a daughter of a close friend and it absolutely breaks my heart and those of all our friends and family. TO EVERYONE WHO READS THIS AND WISHES TO EXERCISE YOUR RIGHT TO PROTECT OUR CHILDREN AS A PARENT, A GRANDPARENT, AN UNCLE OR AUNT, AN EDUCATOR ... PLEASE JOIN THIS PETITION TO THE PRIME MINISTER, ATTORNEY GENERAL CHAMBERS AND THE MINISTER OF LAW TO SEEK A REDRESS OF THE SENTENCE FOR THIS SEXUAL PREDATOR JOSHUA ROBINSON. "Indifference, to me, is the epitome of evil" ~ Elie Wiesel I WILL NOT STAND INDIFFERENT. NO MORE. Will you?
Petition to National Prosecuting Authority of South Africa, Advocate Shaun Kevin Abrahams, Director of Public Prosecutions KZN Advocate Moipone Noko
Demanding Justice for the Murdered Rhino in KwaZulu, Natal, South Africa
According to numerous media reports the most notorious alleged KZN Rhino poaching syndicate leader Dumisani Gwala was arrested in 2014. The reports stated that the arrest took place after a year-long undercover operation. Gwala is apparently responsible for 80% of the Rhino poaching that takes place in KZN. In the first seven months of 2017 more than 146 Rhino have been murdered for their horn in this Rhino rich province. During the arrest process, Gwala apparently tried to run over one of the arresting Police Officers with his car. Gwala was subsequently charged with crimes related to the sale and purchasing of Rhino horn. He was granted a meagre bail of just R10 000.00 (the approximate equivalent of US$750 or GBP580). To date his trial has never been heard, according to various reports it has been postponed fourteen times. In a shocking new development, a credible South African national newspaper (The Sunday Times) published an article on the 23rd July 2017 stating that an affidavit has been received. It states, allegedly, that bribes have been paid to named, justice officials in order to keep Gwala out of the courtroom for any length of time and out of jail. It is our wish that in order to circumvent any possibility of fraud and/or corruption taking place; and to expedite a streamlined, speedy judicial process we ask that the trial of Dumisani Gwala take place in the High Court of South Africa and out of the KwaZulu Natal jurisdiction. Please sign this petition to the National Prosecuting Authority in South Africa as a matter of extreme urgency. South Africa's Minister of Environmental Affairs, released shocking evidentary figures yesterday showing that Rhino poaching is showning no sign of slowing down. Her narrative concentrated on the fact Kruger National Park had suffered less Rhino poaching in 2017 she failed, however, to mention the alarming figures in KZN. For further detailed up to the minute information on the KZN poaching situation please follow: Facebook : @rhinosinafrica; @March4Elephants Image Credit Megan Carr, Rhino in KZN
Petition to Chris Grayling, David Gauke
I’m calling for harsher sentencing for drivers using their mobile phones who cause injury
This is my three year old nephew in the picture. Two years ago our lives changed forever when a driver, while on his mobile phone, hit my nephew and his granddad, leaving our little boy brain damaged. He was being carried across the road by his granddad. The lights had turned red and the green man was on. Between 7-9 seconds after walking onto the road, his grandad was hit by the car who jumped the red light as he was on his mobile phone. My nephew went flying out of his grandads arms and was thrown to the floor, leaving him severely brain damaged. He had to be airlifted to The Royal London Hospital where he needed emergency surgery to release the pressure on his brain. He was then transferred to The Great Ormond Street Hospital where he stayed in Intensive Care under a ventilator for several weeks. The family were notified that his chances of survival were minimal and that he is not able to stay on the ventilator all his life. The family had to make the heartbreaking decision to pull his ventilator, but the superhero he is, he started to breath on his own.He has since been to several different institutions for care such as Northwick Park Hospital and The Children’s Trust in Tadworth. He is now at an adapted home where he requires 24 hour care. Once a normal child, now he is unable to eat, talk or walk.The driver part pleaded guilty to 2 counts of causing serious injury by dangerous driving. At a further hearing he was also found guilty of using his mobile phone. Yet the sentence given was only a 2 years suspended sentence for each count, 3 years disqualification and 240 hours community service - a suspended sentence is a sentence that isn’t enforced, so the driver gets to go about his life while our family suffer the consequences.Where is the justice for our family?After this happened, I can’t imagine it happening to another family. So I’m calling for harsher sentencing for drivers using their mobile phones who cause injury. Maybe if the sentence was harsher, it would act as a deterrent and people would take not using their phones while driving more seriously.We know that the family will never be at peace after this injustice, but at least we can create a legacy and stop it happening to more families.
Petition to cqc.org , Care Quality Commision
I want the person who abused my sister in hospital struck off from working with patients.
My sister was beaten up in hospital last July by two members of staff. She was dragged by her legs across the floor, all she was doing was sitting by the ward office door waiting for the office staff to respond to her needs. All she wanted was her bottle of Coca-Cola they had taken away from her. We complained in August with a written complaint. We have still not had a reply. Since this complaint my sister died in a fire at the hospital they say are not treating as suspicious but now my sister has been silenced forever but I won't give up fighting for her. As her family we want justice served on whoever was responsible for doing this. Thereally were witnesses but the patients are too scared as it could easily have been them next. It's so fare being pushed aside as under investigation once again and the two people who did this are still working at the hospital with mental illness vulnerable patients. Please support this so these bullys can be struck off from ever working with vulnerable people. It's too late now for my sister but we will not give up untill justice is served and no body has to go through what we have endured as a family.
Petition to Rt Hon.David Gauke MP Lord High Chancellor Secretary of State for Justice, Theresa May MP
Should released killers remain supervised? (Murder of David Irwin)
In the UK when a murderer is released from prison after completing a life sentence they will remain on life licence for the remainder of their life and part of this process requires them to report to a National Probation supervisor every few weeks. This is to ensure they are adhering to their licence restrictions, which have been set upon their release from prison. However the supervision portion of this licence will potentially only remain in force for up to 4 years, which leaves the murderer to be unmonitored within society. Statistics taken from the Mail online May 2016 show that almost 100 killers,rapists and paedophiles who were given life sentences by judges have been released - only to be jailed for life again for committing another serious offence. Therefore would it not be more effective to continue monitoring and supervising the offender to prevent them from the possibility of re-offending? My husband David Irwin’s killer was released on life licence in 2012 after serving a ten year sentence for his murder and my understanding of his release was that he would be continually monitored by a supervisor within the Probation Service every few weeks. However I have now been informed that the case will be referred to the Parole Board and his supervision may be rescinded due to the murderers “good behaviour”. I was unaware of this fact and after completing some research, I have unfortunately discovered that this is part of the process for murderers on a life licence and is common practice that the supervision or reporting restrictions are only to remain in force for approximately 4 years. This is a concern and causes immense anxiety, to know that my family and I, will no longer have the reassurance that the murderer will be supervised or monitored. I, hereby, petition the Prime Minister Theresa May and the Rt Hon.David Gauke MP Lord High Chancellor and Secretary of State for Justice to acknowledge and amend the current policy for supervision which ceases after 4 years and to maintain full supervision for murderers for the remainder of their lives.
Petition to Area Commander
I was gang-raped at 14 and police did nothing: take rape seriously
***Trigger warning*** The moment I walked through that door, on some level, I knew I had lost. I was 14. A friend and I snuck out for what I thought would be a normal teenage party. She took me to a hotel room filled with boys and men. I noticed the absence of other girls. I was brutally gang-raped, drugged, and then raped some more. I was 14.I didn’t want to make any sudden movements. I was this scrawny little ballet girl and they were rough with me. I didn’t want to find out what would happen if I made them angry. The next day was agony.My friend’s mother called the police when she realised we’d snuck out. When the police found us the next day, they yelled at us. It added to my fear, it added to my trauma. In those circumstances, there was absolutely no way I was going to tell them what had happened.Monday at school, that ‘friend’ told everyone that I’d slept with nine guys in one night. That evening left me shattered- it changed the trajectory of my entire life. To this day it causes me insurmountable distress. The police dismissed the case without investigating.When I plucked up the courage to report this, Burwood police were useless. I knew one of the guys involved in the gang rape. I gave his name. The detective scoffed and told me to go away and google him, which’d tell me why it wasn’t worth investigating.He’s now in prison overseas on death row. I couldn’t stomach food for days when I found out. I want justice: this man knows the other gang-rapists out there, who are walking Australia’s streets scot-free.These men robbed me of my childhood, my innocence, my health. All without consent. The least the police can do is properly investigate, not dismiss the case after spending less than a day on it.Burwood police: re-open my case and investigate it thoroughly.