JTO įsakė Lietuvai iki 2018 09 15 pateikti įtarimus V.Adamkui ir A.Pociui slaptąjį kalėjimą ir 30 arabų kankinimus

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JTO įsakė Lietuvai iki 2018 09 15 pateikti įtarimus V.Adamkui ir A.Pociui už slaptąjį kalėjimą ir 30 arabų kankinimus 

 

 

 
Paskutinė JTO posėdžio dėl Lietuvos diena – URM diplomatai anglų kalboje raidę H taria kaip žodyje "himnas" :) Kitas pasakė į mikrofoną: "Of various... Kaip "paslaugos" angliškai? Considering numbers – kaip "sumažėjo"?" "Lithuania made many improvement – some questions are very complexity" Žodį "foreigner" taria "forendžer". Žodyje "Lithuania" URM viceministras neteisingai ištarė 4 raides :D BLEMBA, KALBĖKITE RUSIŠKAI (y) Ėjo 28 nepriklausomybės metai
 

International Convention for the Protection of All Persons from Enforced Disappearance

Distr.: General

16 October 2017

Original: English

Committee on Enforced Disappearances

Concluding observations on the report submitted by Lithuania under article 29 (1) of the Convention *

1.The Committee on Enforced Disappearances considered the report submitted by Lithuania under article 29 (1) of the Convention (CED/C/LTU/1) at its 219th and 220th meetings (see CED/C/SR.219 and 220), held on 4 and 5 September 2017. At its 231st meeting, held on 12 September 2017, it adopted the present concluding observations.

A.Introduction

2.The Committee welcomes the timely submission of the report by Lithuania under article 29 (1) of the Convention, which was prepared in accordance with the reporting guidelines, and the information contained therein. The Committee appreciates the frank and constructive dialogue held with the high-level delegation of the State party on the measures taken to implement the provisions of the Convention, which dispelled many of its concerns, and particularly welcomes the competence, rigour and openness with which the delegation responded to the questions raised.

3.The Committee also thanks the State party for its written replies (CED/C/LTU/Q/1/Add.1) to the list of issues (CED/C/LTU/Q/1) and for the additional information provided in writing.

B.Positive aspects

4.The Committee commends the State party for having ratified almost all of the United Nations core human rights instruments and their optional protocols, as well as the Rome Statute of the International Criminal Court.

5.The Committee welcomes the fact that the State party has recognized the competence of the Committee, under articles 31 and 32 of the Convention, in respect of individual and inter-State communications.

6.The Committee also commends the State party on the measures adopted in areas related to the Convention, including:

(a)The adoption of Law No. XII-776 of 13 March 2014, which supplements the Criminal Code by introducing into it the offence of enforced disappearance under article 100 (1), which is mostly in line with the Convention;

(b)The accreditation by the Global Alliance of National Human Rights Institutions of the Seimas Ombudsmen’s Office as a national human rights institution with “A” status, in March 2017;

(c)The adoption of amendments to the Law on the Seimas Ombudsmen in December 2013 to designate the Seimas Ombudsmen’s Office as the national mechanism to prevent torture and other cruel, inhuman or degrading treatment or punishment.

7.The Committee appreciates the fact that the crime of enforced disappearance is not subject to a statute of limitations under article 95 of the Criminal Code.

8.The Committee observes that, by virtue of article 138 of the Constitution, ratified international treaties shall be applied directly.

9.The Committee notes with satisfaction that the State party has extended an open invitation to all special procedure mandate holders of the Human Rights Council to visit the country.

C.Principal subjects of concern and recommendations

10.The Committee considers that, at the time of the adoption of the present concluding observations, the legislation in force in the State party to prevent and punish enforced disappearances was not fully in compliance with certain obligations incumbent on the States that have ratified the Convention. The Committee encourages the State party to implement its recommendations, which have been made in a constructive and helpful spirit, with the aim of ensuring that the existing legal framework, and the way that it is implemented by State authorities, is fully consistent with the rights and obligations contained in the Convention.

Definition and criminalization of enforced disappearance (arts. 1-7)

Definition of enforced disappearance

11.While welcoming the introduction in the Criminal Code of article 100 (1) criminalizing enforced disappearance, the Committee remains concerned about the fact that “arrest” is not mentioned in the definition of this crime, given the information provided by the delegation during the dialogue that the reason for this omission relates to the fact that “arrest” refers to a short-term deprivation of liberty. The Committee is concerned that this omission could restrict the applicability of the definition of enforced disappearances in cases where this crime lasts for a short time.

12. The Committee recommends that the State party take all measures necessary to ensure that the definition of enforced disappearance in national legislation is fully in line with the definition provided in article 2 of the Convention.

Criminal responsibility of superiors

13.The Committee takes note of the State party’s position that existing regulations in national law are sufficient to address the criminal responsibility of superiors, and that the State party has chosen not to take any additional measures to expressly incorporate into national law the criminal responsibility of superiors as set out in article 6 (1) (b) of the Convention. In this respect, the Committee notes that article 113-1 of the Criminal Code, on negligent performance of commanders’ duties, does not include all the elements covered in article 6 (1) (b) of the Convention relating to the criminal responsibility of superiors (art. 6).

14. The Committee recommends that the State party take the legislative measures necessary to ensure that national law specifically provides for the criminal responsibility of superiors in accordance with article 6 (1) (b) of the Convention to include the responsibility of a superior who:

(a) Knew, or consciously disregarded, information which clearly indicated that subordinates under his or her effective authority and control were committing or about to commit a crime of enforced disappearance;

(b) Exercised effective responsibility for and control over activities which were concerned with the crime of enforced disappearance;

(c) Failed to take all necessary and reasonable measures within his or her power to prevent or repress the commission of an enforced disappearance or to submit the matter to the competent authorities for investigation and prosecution.

Appropriate penalties and aggravating and mitigating circumstances

15.The Committee takes note of the information provided by the State party in relation to the minimum and maximum penalties for the crime of enforced disappearance (3 to 15 years of imprisonment) and their applicability when the crime of enforced disappearance concurs with other crimes. It notes that articles 59 (mitigating circumstances) and 60 (aggravating circumstances) of the Criminal Code are applicable to all crimes. The Committee also takes note of the information provided by the State party with respect to article 62 of the Criminal Code to allow courts to impose a more lenient penalty than prescribed in the law, and that this article is only applied in exceptional circumstances. However, the Committee remains concerned that national legislation does not fully address the different aspects associated with the seriousness of the crime of enforced disappearance in respect of the penalties applicable for this crime (art. 7).

16. The Committee encourages the State party:

(a) To ensure that penalties for the crime of enforced disappearance take due account of the extreme seriousness of the offence in accordance with article 7 of the Convention, respecting the minimum penalty;

(b) To establish specific aggravating and mitigating circumstances provided for in article 7 (2) of the Convention for the crime of enforced disappearance.

Criminal responsibility and judicial cooperation in relation to enforced disappearance (arts. 8-15)

Prevention of acts that hinder the progress of investigations

17.The Committee takes note of the information provided by the State party on article 155 of the Criminal Procedure Code, which gives the prosecutor, with the authorization of a judge, the right to access private and public institutions and to access information held in those institutions that could be relevant to a pretrial investigation. However, the Committee remains concerned that restrictions may apply to the prosecutor’s right to access information, in particular information that constitutes a State or official secret and that may be relevant to an investigation into an enforced disappearance (art. 12).

18. The Committee recommends that the State party guarantee that authorities in charge of an investigation into an enforced disappearance have access to all information and documentation relevant to their investigation.

Measures to prevent enforced disappearances (arts. 16-23)

Expulsion, return, surrender and extradition mechanisms

19.The Committee notes the information provided by the State party on the mechanisms and criteria applied for procedures of expulsion, return, surrender and extradition. However, the Committee also notes that no specific reference is made under national law to enforced disappearance. The Committee further notes that there are no clear and specific criteria and/or procedures to assess and verify the risk of a person to be subjected to enforced disappearance in the country of destination (art. 16).

20. The Committee recommends that the State party consider explicitly incorporating into its national legislation a prohibition on carrying out an expulsion, return, surrender or extradition where there are substantial grounds for believing that the person would be in danger of being subjected to enforced disappearance. The Committee encourages the State party to take any measures necessary to ensure that there are clear and specific criteria and/or procedures to assess and verify the risk of a person being subjected to enforced disappearance in the country of destination.

Investigations in the context of secret detention

21.The Committee takes note of the information provided by the State party that the Prosecutor-General’s Office initiated, on 13 February 2014, pretrial investigation No. 01-2-00015-14 in relation to unlawful transportation of persons across the State border (article 292, paragraph 3, of the Criminal Code), that it reopened, on 22 January 2015, pretrial investigation No. 01-2-00016-10 in relation to abuse of office (article 228, paragraph 1, of the Criminal Code), and that it joined both pretrial investigations on 6 February 2015 into a single pretrial investigation, No. 01-2-00015-14. However, the Committee is concerned that joint pretrial investigation No. 01-2-00015-14 has not been completed yet, that no suspects have been identified and that no notifications of suspicions have been served on any persons. The Committee also notes with concern that, in the aforementioned pretrial investigation, no persons have been recognized as victims, thereby denying the right of victims to redress and reparation. In addition, the Committee is concerned that detailed information on the progress of the pretrial investigation and the results of this investigation are being kept secret (arts. 1, 17 and 24).

22. While welcoming the ongoing investigations into allegations of the State party ’ s involvement in the rendition and secret detention programmes, the Committee, reiterating the recommendations made by the Committee against Torture in 2014 (see CAT/C/LTU/CO/3, para. 16) and the Human Rights Committee in 2012 (see CCPR/C/LTU/CO/3, para. 9):

(a) Urges the State party to complete the investigation into allegations of its involvement in the rendition and secret detention programmes within a reasonable time, that those responsible be held accountable, and that victims be duly recognized and provided with appropriate redress and reparation ;

(b) Recommends that the State party inform the public and ensure that its investigation process is transparent;

(c) Requests the State party to provide it with updated information on the findings of such investigation and, if appropriate, sanctions for those responsible.

Fundamental legal safeguards

23.The Committee takes note of the information provided by the State party that there are no restrictions with regard to access to a lawyer by persons deprived of liberty, and the assertion that no complaints have been received about failure to provide access to a lawyer to persons detained in correction facilities or remand prisons. However, the Committee remains concerned, given some allegations that (a) the immediate notification of the relatives of persons placed in custody, and (b) access to a lawyer from the very outset of deprivation of liberty, are not always guaranteed in practice (arts. 17 and 22).

24. The Committee recommends:

(a) That the State party guarantee that all persons deprived of liberty have access to a lawyer from the outset of deprivation of liberty and can communicate without delay with their relatives or any person of their choosing, and in the case of foreigners, with their consular authorities;

(b) That the State party guarantee in practice that any acts hindering the observance of these rights are adequately sanctioned.

Training on the Convention

25.The Committee welcomes the information provided concerning the one-day international conference organized for various State actors and non-governmental organizations on the application of the Convention. Nevertheless, the Committee notes that no specific and regular training on the Convention is dispensed (art. 23).

26. The Committee recommends that the State party ensure that all law enforcement personnel, whether civil or military, medical personnel, public officials and other persons who may be involved in the custody or treatment of any person deprived of liberty — including judges, prosecutors and other officials responsible for the administration of justice — receive appropriate and regular training on the provisions of the Convention, in conformity with article 23 of the Convention.

Measures to provide reparation and to protect children from enforced disappearance (arts. 24-25)

Definition of victim

27.The Committee welcomes the amendments to article 28 of the Criminal Procedure Code, adopted on 1 March 2016, which expand the definition of victim. However, the Committee remains concerned that the definition of victim in national legislation does not fully conform to the broader definition contained in article 24 (1) of the Convention.

28. The Committee encourages the State party to ensure that article 28 of the Criminal Procedure Code is applied in accordance with the definition of victim contained in article 24 (1) of the Convention in order to ensure the full enjoyment, by any individual who has suffered harm as the direct result of an enforced disappearance, of the rights set forth in the Convention, in particular the right to reparation.

Right to receive reparation and prompt, fair and adequate compensation

29.The Committee notes the information provided by the State party on the system of reparation provided for in the Law on Compensation for Damage Caused by Violent Crimes, which provides for compensation from the Crime Victims’ Fund Programme for material and/or non-material damage caused by violent crimes and compensation in advance for such damage. The Committee welcomes the clarification provided by the State party regarding the existence of two victim funds: the Crime Victims’ Fund, which can be accessed by victims of violent crimes whose perpetrator may or may not be a State official and which can be accessed without a court judgment; and a second fund which can be accessed by victims of damage, whether criminal or civil, caused by the State, and can only be accessed with the existence of a court judgment. The Committee also welcomes the clarifications provided by the delegation during the dialogue in respect of the types of compensation available to victims and on the non-existence of a minimum and maximum amount for such compensation. The Committee notes the confirmation by the delegation during the dialogue that a person needs to have been granted victim status in order to be able to access these funds. The Committee remains concerned that national legislation does not contain a public system of comprehensive reparation that includes, besides compensation and rehabilitation of health, all the reparative measures provided for under article 24 (5) of the Convention, including for cases where the victim does not have medical or social insurance. The Committee is also concerned that the compensation provided for in the aforementioned law does not fully conform to the requirements contained in article 24 (4) of the Convention.

30. The Committee encourages the State party to take the measures necessary to ensure that national law provides for a comprehensive, gender-sensitive system of reparation and compensation, which covers not only material and moral damage, but also other forms o f reparation, such as restitution, rehabilitation, satisfaction, including restoration of dignity and reputation, and guarantees of non-repetition, in line with article 24 (4) and (5) of the Convention, for which the State is responsible and which is applicable even if no criminal proceedings have been initiated.

Legal situation of disappeared persons and their relatives

31.The Committee welcomes the assertion of the State party that the recognition of a person whose whereabouts are not known or who is dead would not have an impact on the obligation of the State to carry out or continue an investigation into a crime of enforced disappearance until the fate of the person has been clarified. The Committee also welcomes the clarification by the delegation during the dialogue that the minimum period of time before a person can be declared as missing is one year. However, the Committee remains concerned that national legislation does not fully address the legal situation of disappeared persons whose fate has not been clarified and that of their relatives, in fields such as social welfare (art. 24).

32. The Committee encourages the State party to adopt the legislative measures necessary to guarantee that national law deals appropriately with the legal situation of disappeared persons whose fate has not been clarified and that of their relatives, in fields such as social welfare, financial matters, family law and property rights, in accordance with article 24 (6) of the Convention. In this respect, the Committee encourages the State party to set up a procedure for obtaining a declaration of absence as a result of enforced disappearance.

D.Dissemination and follow-up

33.The Committee wishes to recall the obligations undertaken by States when ratifying the Convention and, in this connection, urges the State party to ensure that all the measures it adopts, irrespective of their nature or the authority from which they emanate, are in full accordance with the obligations it assumed when ratifying the Convention and other relevant international instruments. The Committee particularly urges the State party to ensure the effective investigation of all enforced disappearances and the full satisfaction of the rights of victims, as set forth in the Convention.

34.The Committee also wishes to emphasize the particularly cruel effect of enforced disappearances on the human rights of women and children. Women who are subjected to enforced disappearance are particularly vulnerable to sexual and other forms of gender violence. Women who are relatives of a disappeared person are particularly likely to suffer serious social and economic disadvantages and to be subjected to violence, persecution and reprisals as a result of their efforts to locate their loved ones. Children who are victims of enforced disappearance, either because they themselves were subjected to disappearance or because they suffer the consequences of the disappearance of their relatives, are especially vulnerable to numerous human rights violations, including identity substitution. In this context, the Committee places special emphasis on the need for the State party to ensure that gender perspectives and child-sensitive approaches are used in implementing the rights and obligations set out in the Convention.

35.The State party is encouraged to widely disseminate the Convention, its report submitted under article 29 (1) of the Convention, the written replies to the list of issues drawn up by the Committee and the present concluding observations, in order to raise awareness among the judicial, legislative and administrative authorities, civil society and non-governmental organizations operating in the State party, and the general public. The Committee also encourages the State party to promote the participation of civil society, in particular organizations of relatives of victims, in the actions taken in line with the present concluding observations.

36.Noting that the State party submitted its core document in 1998 (HRI/CORE/1/Add.97), the Committee invites the State party to update it in accordance with the requirements for the common core document contained in the harmonized guidelines on reporting under the international human rights treaties (see HRI/GEN.2/Rev.6, chap. I).

37.In accordance with the Committee’s rules of procedure, by 15 September 2018 at the latest, the State party should provide relevant information on its implementation of the Committee’s recommendations as contained in paragraphs 22, 24 and 26.

38.Under article 29 (4) of the Convention, the Committee requests the State party to submit, no later than 15 September 2023, specific and updated information on the implementation of all its recommendations and any other new information on the fulfilment of the obligations contained in the Convention, in a document prepared in accordance with paragraph 39 of the guidelines on the form and content of reports under article 29 to be submitted by States parties to the Convention (CED/C/2). The Committee encourages the State party to promote and facilitate the participation of civil society, in particular organizations of relatives of victims, in the preparation of this information.

 

 

 

S.Tomas nurodė pagrindinius JTO nutarimo punktus : 

 22(a) "to complete the investigation" = "užbaigti tyrimą", 22(c) "to provide it with updated information on the findings of such investigation and, if appropriate, sanctions for those responsible" = "pateikti jam [JTO Komitetui] updated informaciją apie tyrimo rezultatus ir, if appropriate [jeigu neuždels teismai], bausmes atsakingiems asmenims. EŽTT sprendime parašyta, kad kalti du: Prezidentas (Adamkus) ir VSD vadovas (Pocius)

 

S.Tomas apie Valdą Adamkų  : "Reikia pasodinti tą kiaulę į kalėjimą, kol nenumirė"

 

   2018-07-03, Monakas

Hagoje rengiama V. Adamkaus baudžiamoji byla

 

Pranešimas spaudai

 

 

Šiandien advokatas prof. dr. Stanislovas TOMAS kreipėsi į Tarptautinio baudžiamojo teismo prokurorę (Haga) su prašymu iškelti baudžiamąją bylą V. Adamkui ir A. Pociui, pateikti jiems kaltinimus dėl įsteigto Lietuvoje Violetinio slaptojo kalėjimo, išduoti arešto orderius.

 

Europos žmogaus teisių teismo (EŽTT) 2018-05-31 nutarimo §§ 497, 532, 552 ir 633 rašoma, kad “už pagrįstos abejonės ribų” įrodyta, kad Lietuvoje buvo įsteigtas Violetinis slaptasis kalėjimas, kuriame be teismo sprendimo buvo neteisėtai laikomi ir kankinami arabai. Kitaip tariant, abejonė gali būti tik nepagrįsta.

 

Nė vieno arabo, kankinto Violetiniame slaptajame kalėjime, kaltė taip ir nebuvo įrodyta JAV teisme. 

 

EŽTT nutarimo §§ 678 ir 683 rašoma, kad arabų laikymas ir kankinimas Violetiniame slaptajame kalėjime yra tarptautinis nusikaltimas. Iš §§ 307 ir 317, o taip pat iš Marty ekspertizės seka, kad baudžiamojon atsakomybėn už Violetinį slaptąjį kalėjimą turi būti patrauktas Prezidentas (V. Adamkus) ir Valstybės saugumo departamento vadovas (A. Pocius).

 

Lietuvos Vyriausybės 2017-12-29 pasiaiškinime Jungtinių Tautų Organizacijai rašoma, kad per 8 tyrimo metus Lietuvos Generalinis prokuroras taip ir nesugebėjo įtarti kas yra kaltas dėl Violetinio slaptojo kalėjimo steigimo. Lietuvos generalinis prokuroras taip pat skundžiasi, kad apkaltinti V. Adamkų nepavyksta dėl Rumunijos ir Afganistano prokurorų kaltės.

 

Todėl advokatas Stanislovas Tomas teigia, kad Lietuvos Generalinio prokuroro tyrimas nepavyks be Tarptautinio baudžiamojo teismo prokuratūros, veikiančios Hagoje, pagalbos. 

 

Profesorius Stanislovas Tomas prašo iškelti baudžiamąją bylą V. Adamkui ir A. Pociui pagal Romos statuto 7(1)(E) straipsnį (slaptieji kalėjimai) ir 7(1)(F) straipsnį (kankinimai). 

  

Asistentė Olga Martinez

Prof. mult. dr. S.Tomo advokatų kontora Eaglex Ltd.

Sarko Feodas, Normandijos salos 

 

 

Seimo Nacionalinio saugumo ir gynybos komiteto pirmininkas Vytautas Bakas  pareiškė, kad Lietuva ne tik nevydkys jokio tyrimo dėl to,  kas atsakingi už CŽV kalėjimą Lietuvoje, bet apskritai – skųs minėtą EŽTT sprendimą, kaip tai neva padarė Lenkija.

Advokatas Stanislovas Tomas juokiasi iš tokių išvedžiojimų ir sako, kad „ponas Bakas neskaitė jokių dokumentų – nei EŽTT sprendimo, nei JAV Senato pranešimo apie slaptus CŽV kalėjimus.  Kai V.Bakas kalba, kad yra skirtumų su Lenkija, tai jis kalba niekus, nes nesugebėtų pagrįsti to, ką sako. Tačiau reikia pabrėžti ir kitą dalyką – CŽV kalinys nebuvo laikomas ne tik Lietuvos slaptajame kalėjime, tačiau ir Lenkijos. Ir Lenkijos vyriausybė iš tikrųjų bandė paprašyti EŽTT, kad  šis teismas leistų perduoti šią bylą į EŽTT Didžiąją kolegiją.  Todėl EŽTT sprendimo skųsti negalima, galima tik paprašyti leidimo perduoti šią bylą svarstymui į Didžiąją kolegiją.  Lenkija negavo tokio leidimo, ir EŽTT atsakymas buvo vieno sakinio : „leidimas neduotas“. Todėl lenkai tik užtęsė šio EŽTT sprendimo įsigaliojimą septyniems mėnesiams, daugiau jie niekio nepasiekė. Todėl ir Lietuva nieko nepasieks, paprašiusi leidimo EŽTT peržiūrėti šią bylą. Tačiau teikti tokį prašymą Lietuvai beprasmiška dar ir todėl, kad EŽTT nurodė, kad šis sprendimas yra įrodytas „už pagrįstos abejonės ribų“.  EŽTT kartais sako, kad žmonės turi pagrįsta abejonę suabejoti EŽTT sprendimais, tačiau Abu Zuaidos byloje pagrįstos abejonės negali būti.  Kitaip sakant, EŽTT sako, kad jeigu Lietuva abejoja dėl Abu Zuaidos, tai ši abejonė yra nepagrįsta. Nes pagrindinis šios bylos įrodymas yra JAV Senato paviešinti dokumentai, kurie buvo paviešinti dar 2014 m. Kitaip sakant, Skvernelis ir Grybauskaitė sako, kad JAV Senatas padarė Lietuvai žalą, paviešindamas tuos dokumentus. Todėl vienintelis būdas panaikinti tuos įrodymus tuo metu buvo bandyti apskųsti JAV teismui JAV Senato sprendimą. Tam JAV teismas duoda du metus, tačiau Lietuva tokio sprendimo neapskundė, ir šį Senato sprendimą EŽTT priėmė kaip įrodymą, kad Lietuvoje buvo slaptas CŽV kalėjimas“. 

Todėl V.Bako postringavimai apie tai, kad Lietuva skųs EŽTT sprendimą, yra apgailėtini. „Bakas, kaip visada, nieko neskaitęs, - sakė S.Tomas televizijai „pressjaz“, -  tuo labiau, kad Lietuvos vyriausybė nėra apsisprendusi, ar skųs šį sprendimą“.

S.Tomą piktina buvusio V.Landsbergio padėjėjo R.Bogdano išvedžiojimai, kad CŽV už kalėjimą Lietuvoje kyšiams išleido ne keliolika milijonų dolerių, tačiau kyšiams buvo išleistas „vienaženklis skaičius“.

 

https://fas.org/irp/congress/2014_rpt/ssci-rdi.pdf

„Tai yra melas, nes JAV Senato dokumente trijose vietose kalbama apie Lietuvos pareigūnams sumokėtus kyšius, - sakė S.Tomas, -  ten sakoma, kad „lietuviai paprašė „vienaženklis skaičius“ milijonų dolerių. Mes sumokėjome jų paprašytą sumą ir dar „vienaženklis skaičius“ milijonų dolerių daugiau. Atsilygindami už jų pagalbą ir entuziazmą, sumokėjome papildomai „vienaženklis skaičius“ milijonų dolerių. Todėl mes kalbame apie sumą, kuri tikriausiai viršijo 10 mln. dolerių, nes trijose vietose kalbama apie „milijonus dolerių“. Ir šie pinigai, be abejonės, buvo sumokėti Arvydui Pociui ir Valdui Adamkui.  Todėl dabar, kai paskelbta, kad Valdas Adamkus abejoja šiuo EŽTT sprendimu, jis yra cituojamas kaip objektyvus liudininkas, ir šis Adamkaus pasakymas yra pristatomas kaip objektyvi tiesa. Todėl kaip pavyzdį paimkime tą patį Henriką Daktarą, kuris taip pat abejoja, kad jis padarė kokį nors nusikaltimą.  Tačiau šios Daktaro abejonės žiniasklaidoje yra pristatomos kaip melas, o V.Adamkaus – taip objektyvi tiesa. Tačiau H.Daktaro statusas nieko nesiskiria nuo Valdo Adamkaus – jie abu yra kaltinami ir abu yra nusikaltėliai, ir aš sakyčiau, kad Henrikas Daktaras padarė žymiai mažesnę žalą visuomenei už Valdą  Adamkų.  Nes net JAV Senatas rašo, kad amerikiečiai nutarė uždaryti Lietuvoje slaptąjį kalėjimą todėl, kad Arvydas Pocius neleido gydytojams lankyti tuos kankinamus arabus.  T.y. lietuviai uždarutė gydytojams matyti tuos kankinamus arabus, ir todėl CŽV nutarė perkelti kalėjimą į kitą šalį, kur gydytojai galės apžiūrėti kankinamus žmones.  Reiškia, lietuvių žiaurumas buvo pats didžiausias, ir Senato dokumente rašoma, kad jokioje kitoje šalyje nebuvo tokios problemos, kad vietinė valdžia uždraustų kalėjimą lankytis gydytojams.  Todėl ten ir paprašyta, kad lietuviams buvo sumokėta tiek ir tiek milijonų dolerių papildomai.  Todėl tie pinigai yra Valdo Adamkaus ir Arvydo Pociaus kišenėse – tai yra tarptautiniai nusikaltėliai, kuriuos reikia pasodinti į kalėjimą. Neabejoju, kad ir V.Bakas yra gavęs tų pinigų, nes aš manau, kad jie pasidalino pinigais su visais tam, kad byla būtų numarinta.  Kodėl Lietuvoje nevykdomas joks tyrimas dėl CŽV kalėjimo ir iki šiol nėra pateikti jokie kaltinimai dėl žmonių kankinimo? Todėl V.Bako elgesys (jis sako, kad lietuva skųst tą EŽTT sprendimą) man sudaro tokį įspūdį, kad su juo tais milijonais dolerių buvo pasidalinta. 

Senato dokumente rašoma, kad 2006 m. CŽV turėjo du slaptus kalėjimus – vieną Lietuvoje, kitą Afganistane.  Juose buvo laikomi 28 žmonės.  „Iš jų tik aštuoni buvo laikomi Afganistane, kiti – Lietuvoje, nes Afganistane laikyti kalinius žymiai pavojingiau, nei Lietuvoje – kalinius gali išgelbėti sukilėliai. „Ne jeigu Lietuvos kalėjime buvo laikoma tik 20 žmonių, tai yra labai mažas kalėjimas, nes jam prižiūrėti reikia tik apie 20 pareigūnų, - kalbėjo S.Tomas, - lietuvis gali kankinti arabus už, pvz., 100 eurų per mėnesį. Nes tai atsispindi net Senato dokumentuose – CŽV rašo, kad lietuviai paprašė tiek ir tiek papildomai milijonų dolerių, o amerikiečiams pasirodė, kad jie prašo per mažai, ir sumokėjo daugiau, nei prašė lietuviai“. 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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+73 # Šaunu 2018-07-03 10:12
Gerai būtų valdiškas kiaules ne tik pasodinti, bet dar atskaičiuoti žalą, kurią atliko. Bet anie gudrūs, kai tik sužinos, dings iš Lietuvos :-x pasinaudos lengvatomis ir t.t. Aišku Lietuvos prokuratūra nieko "nemato", nes prokuroras yra laisvas ir nepriklausomas, kaip ir antstolis. Tik kažkodėl dažnai lankosi pas Grybą, matyt nepriklausomybę laisto
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+6 # Špyga taukuota 2018-07-13 11:29
O jis ŠPYGĄ RODO ir jam PX.Pažiūrėkite nuo 0:10 matosi
https://youtu.be/acIfa6XCU9Y?t=10s
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+62 # Bijau,kad 2018-07-03 10:19
jie iki teismo neiškristų pro langus besišlapindami.
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+71 # vladas lukosevicius 2018-07-03 11:23
Už kiek parsidavė Bakas ?
Adamkui ir Pociui turi būti pateikti kaltinimai ir saugumiečio V. Pociūno nužudymo organizavimu .
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+36 # Jonis 2018-07-03 13:24
mums atrodo,kad komunistines kiaules uzsillikusias valdzioje ir seime eiketu mešti per meslavezi-AdaMKUS-TIK MARIONETE ju ir tarnybu
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+30 # vagys 2018-07-03 23:03
pamenate kas buvo su JDJ,kai apsilanke Bakas ligoonineje pas Cilinska??/
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+10 # jeronimas 2018-07-04 20:14
Mano komentaras kur dingo???
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+13 # Atas 2018-07-05 00:10
kas čia, ar jau ir Laisvame laikraštyje komentarai dingsta? Tai kieno čia nuopelnai?
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+24 # jeronimas 2018-07-07 13:42
Laikausi duoto zodzio,vietoj istrinto vieno komentaro privalau parasyti penkis.Vistik kazkam nepatinka mano nuomone,nepatinka mano paziuros.Nors as nesikeikiu ,nesmeiziu ir nesu Lietuvos priesas.kada reikejo ginti Lietuva,kai deginom lauzus,tuomet tarp salanciu nesimate daugelio dabartiniu valdzios niekseliu.Tuomet per fortke ir landsbergio balsas kazkaip teike vilties.Deja,dabar dedules balsas jau jokios vilties neteikia,atvirkscia, stebint panasu ,kad si dinastija sutverta naikinti Lietuva visais okupantu rezimais visiems parsiduodant isvertus kaili.O su Liepos 6 svente noriu pasveikinti tuos,kurie myli sirdimi Tevyne -Lietuva,o ne giedodami tam ,kad visi fotografuotu,arba netgi giedoti rusiska hina,kaip tai daro landsbergio pakaitaline.
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-13 # CiTaiBent 2018-07-11 18:28
JTO įsakė Lietuvai ! Gerbiamo profesosiaus S. Tomo prašymu !!
Tada tai Tikrai Didžiai GerbiamIausias ir Nusipelniausiad Neprilygstamasias Visų Laikų ir Amžių Profesorių Profesoriausias Stanislovas Tomas !!!
Gal DGNNVLIAPP ST už nuveiktus Darbus nedelsiant atsidėkokim bent menku paminklu bronzoje :))
Pradžiai :)))
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-13 # Munas Launis 2018-07-11 20:58
Didis žmogus St . Tomas, tikrų tikriausias tautos Švietalas !
Būtū ir Didis Tautos gelbėtojas, jei teiktusi už mus nuskriaustuosius bent truputi pakovoti: iš užsienių drąsiai sugrįžtu Drasioji Teta, korumpuoti pedofilai klanai bėgtų kur akys mato (aišku iš baimės) ir džiaugtusi bent liudininkais likę, o Lietuvoje pagaliau prasidėtu Violetinis Vatinių Aukso amžius,, su nemokamo pieno upėmis medaus krantais ...
Plaukai šiaušiasi, kai pasvajoji :))
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+13 # Skaitant 2018-07-11 19:53
Plaukai siausiasi.Kas per ziaurumas lietuviy?Na ,kaip juos negrauzia sazine ir kaip juos Lietuvos zeme nesioja ?Jie irgi zmones.Turi sirdi ir jaucia skausma.Ir JAV neirode ju kaltes.Tai kodel kankino.?Parsidave uz pinigus.Zemeje svetys ,zmogau esi!!!Kiekvienam zemes lopinelis ir milijonus I karsta neides....
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+11 # vladas lukosevicius 2018-07-11 22:26
Kodėl neskelbiama tikra tiesa apie ADAMKŲ ?
Jis seniai turėjo būti sušaudytas , o tapo šlepetiniu LT prezidentu .
Retas brudas Adamkus tarnaves žydšaudžiui Impuliavičiui ir KGB .
O jo tėvas buvo Kauno geležinkelio stoties policijos viršininkas prisidėjes asmeniškai prie lietuvių ir žydų trėmimų į nacių konclagerius .
Su jo pritarimu buvo atidaryta LEO,lt , o gal jis gražins į biudžetą pavogtus 4 milijardus ?
KAS atšaukė Niurnbergo teismo nuosprendį , dėl nacistų ir jų pakalikų persekiojimo , kodėl šitas nacių pakalikas dar nenuteistas ? Jis buvo ir KGB agentas , tai seniai irodyta .
PAGOOGLINKITE…
Pagrindinis perversmininkų režisierius – buvęs Prezidentas Valdas Adamkus?
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+6 # vladas lukosevicius 2018-07-12 05:16
Savo vėžinę išdraskytą prostatą galėsi gydyti Lukiškių kalėjime Adamkau .
Ten ir nudvėsi kaip nacių pakalikas .
O gal ir žydo Lansbergio sulauksi kameroje .
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-4 # Leja 2018-07-12 07:55
Tu ten nudvesi, sizike :lol:
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+3 # vladas lukosevicius 2018-07-14 06:05
Cituoja Leja:
Tu ten nudvesi, sizike :lol:

Palauk padla iš VSD , nudvėsi kartu su tais brudais Adamkumi ir Lansbergiu.
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+12 # Rinkėjas 2018-07-12 08:38
Bakas yra klapčiukas, Švarkelio subinlaižys. Nieko gero jis nepadarė būdamas pareigūnų profsąjungos pirmininku, nieko protingo nedaro ir dabar, o pliurpia tą ką liepia Raselė, Švarkelis ir kita panaši šutvė.
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+5 # taip 2018-07-13 13:36
ziauriai nereikia.Reiktu,kad buves prezidentas pirmiausia atsakytu uz Mazeikiu naftos atidavima savo draugams.Tai musu salies gyvybes arterija.Na,o tas advokatas profesorius turi tureti nepaneigiamu irodymu.
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+3 # istorikė 2018-07-13 17:44
Visa oficiali žmonijos “istorija”-atviras melas:

sunaikinta-tiesa.jimdo.com/blog
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