• Donald Tusk’s Poland In Arresting And Torturing Political Opponents

    July 2, 2024
    Father Michał Olszewiski, via Facebook

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    The government of leftist globalist Prime Minister Donald Tusk is returning to the ways of for mer communist regime by arresting and torturing political opponents. The most recent example is Father Michał Olszewiski, director of the Profeto Foundation. The Polish priest described the horrific conditions during his detention at the Warsaw-Służewiec jail. He alleges serious abuses of human rights, including denial of water and access to a restroom, as well as other degrading treatment. His attorney, Krzysztof Wąsowski, has said he will seek the intervention of both the Polish commissioner for human rights and international organizations.

    According to the article first published by the news outlet Remix, Father Olszewski was arrested at the end of March amidst allegations of corruption. The Polish priest described his experiences in a private letter that has been made public by Sieci weekly and daily Gazeta Polska. According to his letter, his handcuffs were not removed even during moments of duress, leading to severe personal indignities. The priest also describes being offered a half bottle of tap water and being told to urinate in a bottle in his cell. Additionally, he faced constant surveillance and was awakened hourly by lights throughout his first two weeks in custody.

    “It turned out that I was under ‘special surveillance.’ Hence, the camera and handcuffs, even during walks, isolation from others […], being woken up by lights every hour throughout the night! That was the situation for the first two weeks,” the priest wrote.

    His attorney, Krzysztof Wąsowski, calls it “a scandal on at least a European scale.” Media reports have fueled public and legal scrutiny of a systemic return to torturous practices in Poland, which violate both national and international law against cruel and inhumane treatment.

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    Practices described by Father Olszewski, such as denying water and toilet access have been classified as torture and degrading treatment under international conventions. According to the 1984 UN Convention against Torture, the term “torture” means “any act by which severe pain or suffering, whether physical or mental, is intentionally inflicted on a person for such purposes as obtaining from him or a third person information or a confession, punishing him for an act he or a third person has committed.” Article 40 of the Polish constitution states: “No one shall be subjected to torture or cruel, inhuman, or degrading treatment or punishment. The use of corporal punishment is prohibited.”

    A district court in Warsaw, under the control of Tusk’s justice department, recently extended Father Olszewski’s detention by an additional three months, despite objections from his legal team about procedural mishandling and alleged bias in the judiciary. The priest’s attorney has criticized the court’s decision, stating that it reflects a lack of engagement with the full material facts of the case and indicating a potentially prejudiced stance against his client.

    The co-called Justice Fund scandal, in which Father Olszewski is indicted, involves allegations by Tusk’s prosecutors that €66 million had been misused in a fund under the direction of former conservative justice minister, Zbigniew Ziobro.



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    Like the DC Gulag, an attempt to force the Father to flip and turn states evidence on Ziobro.


    They have their own democrat party???....... it sure sounds like it.

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