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International Environment Mission Letter to Dallas Blog Print E-mail
by Mariana Almeida    Tue, Jul 31, 2012, 05:59 PM
Dear Mr. Tom McGregor,

As I was not able to send a write comment in the Dallas Blog News. I take the liberty to send you the point of view of the International Environment Mission regarding Captain Paul Watson.


How can one to confuse Al’Qaeda with Mr Watson? I think that might be important for you to review what SSCS and Captain Paul Watson are doing to defend the Oceans and its creatures before to write this kind of insulting article.

Legal procedures in Germany vis-à-vis the Costa Rican extradition request, the potential threats to Captain Watson’s personal integrity in a Costa Rican Prison and the plausibility of the Central American Republic extraditing Sea Shepherd’s founder and President to Japan, is obvious that the human rights of Captain Watson are not being respected in accordance to the Universal Charter, ratified by the world community of nations, including Germany and Costa Rica.

The case of Captain Watson would also be presented to the pertinent Human Rights commissions and organizations and shall be placed on the agenda of the European Parliament, the international agreements shall be respected and it is clear that Germany might need to explain to the European Parliament the reason to accept the extradition request from a Caribbean country without an extradition agreement.

Regards,

RAINFOREST-Life Without Frontiers Foundation/OCEAN DEFENDER-Ecuador
Mariana Almeida
Executive President

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