Friday, May 29, 2009

The court even directed that Peter Heehs could not be represented by a lawyer

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I am afraid that, if you are convinced that “The JMFC of Barbil on May 8 last rejected the US writer's prayer for dispensing his personal appearance during trial as guaranteed under Section 205 of CrPc and issued an NBW against him, directing the writer for his personal appearance in the court on July eight. The court even directed that Peter Heehs could not be represented by a lawyer.” is the right way to proceed – no bail, and no lawyer! Isn’t this a matter for the Strasburg’s Parliament of Human Rights? – we have come at the end of the journey.

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“…the Orissa High Court has stayed the arrest warrant and the latest news is that the judge who ordered the non-bailable arrest warrant and refused to allow him[Heehs] to be represented by a lawyer has been transferred from this court for his decision by a high court bench.”

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  1. The magistrate rejected his prayer? Well let him shed his arrogance and pray to the Mother instead. He mocks the devotees in his book so he can face the consequences.

    To people of ill-will the harm you have caused willfully always comes back to you in one form or another. - (Agenda 26 April 1969)

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