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  1. Atención Ministro Iris Varela
  2.  
  3. Desde:
  4.  
  5. Jeremy D. Acton
  6. PO Box 5396
  7. Tygervally
  8. Cape Town
  9. 7536
  10. South Africa Jeremyacton@gmail.com
  11.  
  12. 21 January 2015
  13.  
  14. Para:
  15. Ministro de Prisiones
  16. Ministro Iris Varela
  17. Caracas
  18. Venezuela
  19.  
  20. Honorable Ministro Varela,
  21.  
  22. SOLICITUD DE INTERVENCIÓN : Libertad o libertad condicional
  23.  
  24. Zenolia Du Plooy
  25. Prison File number: WP01-P-2008-003729
  26. INOF Prison
  27. Los Teques
  28. Venezuela
  29.  
  30. Solicito su valiosa atención a la difícil situación de la ciudadana sudafricana Señora Zenolia Du Plooy, la cual esta sirviendo una sentencia de ochos anos por el trafico de sustancias estupefacientes en el cárcel INOF, en provincia de Los Teques, Venezuela.
  31. Hoy la prisionera ha servido seis anos y cuatros meses de su condena. Su salida de la carcel es prevista entre Julio 2015. Señora Du Plooy esta actualmente hospitalizada a causa de una enfermedad llamada Lupus Sistemático Eritematoso. En los últimos seis anos su afección se ha desarrollada, sin que la presa recibía algún tratamiento adecuado.
  32. La Señora Du Plooy me contacto' desde su hospital, con la siguientes informaciones.
  33. Así que es su sexto ano de carcelación, la Senora Du Plooy, esta' hoy elegible para su liberación condicional.
  34. Durante los últimos seis anos, la presa sufrió diferentes tipos de tortura. Desde ser violentada por las guardias que la transportaron a la prisión, a encontrarse victima de asaltos con el fin de hacerle graves danos corporales - incluyendo torturas por quemaduras de cigarrillos y inacción parcial. A contribuir a su dolencia, la señora subí periodos de negligencia medica para su enfermedad crónica. No obstante su recomendación de deportación a Sudáfrica para motivaciones medicas, el juez no la creía bastante enferma para liberarla. Ahora la Señora Du Plooy esta en condiciones mas y muy graves.
  35. El cárcel revoco' todos los beneficios del ' Plan De Callapa', ignorando el hecho de que ella asistió a varias clases, las cuales deberían ayudarla a reducir el periodo de su condena. Ademas, desde Marzo de este ano, ni tiene la posibilidad o el derecho de comunicar, ni vía correo electrónico, ni vía medios de comunicación social.
  36. La Señora Du Plooy, tiene una familia en Venezuela que la puede ayudar, ambos asignándole una colocacion segura y la residencia necesaria para obtener su libertad condicional. El solo obstáculo que no le permitió de avanzar, es que esta familia vive a menos de 100km de su lugar de detención original - el Aeropuerto Internacional de Caracas.
  37. Con todo el respecto y reconocimiento de las leyes de Venezuela, yo comprendo que el sujeto condenado por trafico de drogas, después ochos anos, tiene el derecho a ser elegible para libertad condicional. Un oportunidad de desarrollo personal que es por el bien de el preso mismo y de la comunidad.
  38. Su Señoría, la ruego de considerar los latos mas humanos y cristianos del sistema judiciario, como la compasión, perdón y misericordia. Las mismas calidades humanas, de las cuales usted describe como necesarias, honorable Ministro Varela.
  39. Por lo tanto, hago un atractivo especial, estimando los poderes de su oficina y un poco de compasión, podrán ayudar la liberación permanente o condicional de la señora Du Plooy, así que elle se pueda regresar a Sudáfrica vía la embajada sudafricana, o buscar ayuda con su familia Venezolana.
  40.  
  41. Atentamente
  42.  
  43. Jeremy David Acton
  44.  
  45. Ciudad del Cabo
  46. Sudáfrica
  47.  
  48.  
  49. English VERSION:
  50. Jeremy D. Acton
  51. PO Box 5396
  52. Tygervalley
  53. Cape Town
  54. 7536
  55. South Africa
  56. Jeremyacton@gmail.com
  57.  
  58. 21 January 2015
  59.  
  60. The Minister of Prisons
  61. Minister Iris Varela
  62. Caracas
  63. Venezuela
  64.  
  65. Honourable Minister Varela,
  66.  
  67. INTERVENTION REQUESTED: FREEDOM OR PAROLE.
  68.  
  69. Zenolia Du Plooy
  70. Prison File number: WP01-P-2008-003729
  71. INOF Prison
  72. Los Teques
  73. Venezuela
  74.  
  75. I hereby draw to your attention the plight of a South African female citizen, Ms. Zenolia Du Plooy, who has been  serving an 8 year sentence for drug trafficking at INOF prison, Los Teques, Venezuela. The prisoner has to date served about 7years and 2 months of her sentence, and is due for release about July 2015.
  76.  
  77. Ms. Du Plooy is presently hospitalised for chronic Systemic Lupus Erythematosus, which has been left untreated for the last 6 years. She has recently contacted me from the hospital, with the following information.
  78.  
  79. Ms. Du Plooy has been eligible for parole since her 6th year.
  80.  
  81. She only has one Venezuelan family that she knows who will give her residence and security of address necessary for her parole to be granted. The parole has not been permitted because this family lives within 100km of her original place of arrest, which is the international airport in Caracas.
  82.  
  83. She has asked me to write this letter to beg that this condition of distance between the place of arrest and place of parole might be waived by your department, and that parole may be granted.
  84.  
  85. Honourable Madame Varela, Minister of Prisons, I write to ask more of you than only her humble request for parole with the family who offers her rehabilitative shelter.
  86.  
  87. Over the last 6 years, this prisoner has suffered rape by the guards transporting her to prison, violent assault by inmates, assault with intent to cause grievous bodily harm, torture by cigarette burn, partial starvation, periods of complete lack of medical care for her Lupus, and, since March 2014, absolutely no ability or right to communicate from prison with her family via any form of internet facility like email or social media.
  88.  
  89. All of her benefits from Plan Callapa were also withdrawn despite her having attended many classes to reduce her sentence. Despite being recommended for release and deportation to South Africa by a doctor for medical and compassionate reasons two years ago, she was informed by a judge that she was not sick enough to be released. Now she is hospitalised for her illness.
  90.  
  91. I respectfully and in acknowledgement of the laws of Venezuela, suggest that the crime of drug trafficking, which carries a sentence of 8 years, normally takes into account the possibility of parole, and that after about 6 years, a prisoner should be helped to reintegrate with society, for the good of the prisoner and of society. Hence, parole plays an important part in a prisoner's rehabilitation.
  92.  
  93. Further, in matters of Justice there is not only crime and its punishment, but at some stage in the period of punishment, there comes a time in Justice for Compassion and Forgiveness and Restoration  to also be exercised to finally bring the prisoner back into the world. These qualities of Forgiveness and Mercy and Restoration, are thus a necessary aspect of Justice for consideration by your portfolio, honourable Madame Varela.  
  94.  
  95. I therefore make special appeal to your esteemed office, and the powers held by your office, that you might in compassion permit the release of Ms. Du Plooy to return to South Africa via the South African Embassy in Caracas, or alternatively, that parole might be granted to Ms. Du Plooy to allow her to reside with the Venezuelan family who details shall be given in her parole application.
  96.  
  97. I ask this for the prisoner, Zenolia Du Plooy, and for the sake of Justice.
  98.  
  99. Jeremy David Acton
  100.  
  101. Cape Town
  102. South Africa
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