DRAFT

Sample Letter Requesting, Humane, Private (not secret)

Investigations, Negotiations, and If Necessary Prosecutions

(Updated August 16, 2017)

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LETTERHEAD


PRIVATE SENSITIVE INFORMATION


August __, 2017

 

Mr. Andrew Vale

Assistant Director in Charge

Washington Metropolitan Field Office

Federal Bureau of Investigation

601 4th Street NW

Washington DC, 20535-0002

Phone: 202-278-2000 Fax: 202-278-2478

E-mail: washington.field@ic.fbi.gov

http://www.fbi.gov/washingtondc/contact-us/contact

https://tips.fbi.gov/


Subject: Request that the Government Humanely and Privately, Investigate, Arrest, Negotiate With and If Necessary Indict J. Doe and Others


Dear Agent Vale:

 

1   I respectfully request that the Washington, DC Field Office of the FBI:

 

1.1      Humanely and privately investigate U.S. Representative J. Doe 207 and others for the alleged violations listed in Section 2 below. . (For a description of humane, private (not secret), investigations, negotiations and indictments see www.HumaneJustice.org and www.HumaneProsecutions.org.)

 

1.2      As appropriate, charged them with enough crimes to have them privately summoned, or if necessary quietly arrested.

 

1.3      Ensure that all their rights are observed in particular that they have assistance of

counsel in all criminal prosecutions, that relevant documents are kept under seal and they are treated with respect.

 

2   Crimes allegedly committed by U.S. Representative J. Doe 207:

 

2.1      U.S. Representative J. Doe 207 and others the proposed subjects of investigation listed on Enclosure 1 to Attachment A for multiple violations of Title 18 U.S. Code, Sec. 2, Aiding and abetting in the commission of crimes in violation of Title 18 U.S. Code Section 2441 by voting to appropriate funding that allegedly supported the following of war crimes (Note: Applicable law and evidence for each of the following crimes are provided in numerical order beginning on page 31 of the book George W. Bush War Criminal?: The Bush Administration's Liability for 269 War Crimes by Michael Haas):

 

#1 Waging Aggressive War: Convention on Duties and Rights of States in the Event of Civil Strife, 1928, Art. 1.


                 #2 Aiding Rebels in a Civil War: UN Charter, 1945, Art. 2(4)


                 #3 Threatening Aggressive War: Nuremberg Charter, 1945.


                 #5 Conspiracy to Wage War: Civil & Political Rights Convenant, 1966, Art. 20(1)


                 #8 Destruction of Undefended Targets


                 #16 Indiscriminate Attacks Against Civilians


                 #18 Use of Arms and Projectiles to Cause Superfluous Injury


                 #27 Excessive Targeting of Civilians


                 #31 Extrajudicial Executions


                 #32 Reprisals Against Innocent Civilians


                 Additional war crimes are listed in ATTACHMENT B

 

2.2      U.S. Representative J. Doe 207 and the proposed subjects-of-investigation listed on Enclosure 1 to Attachment A for multiple violations of Title 18 U.S. Code, Sec. 2, Aiding and Abetting in the commission of torture, inhuman or degrading treatment or punishment, in violation of Title 18, U.S. Code, Sec. 2340-2340A and B by voting to appropriate funding for these acts.

 

2.3      U.S. Representative J. Doe 207 and the proposed subjects-of-investigation listed on Enclosure 1 to Attachment A and pro Israel supporters J. Doe 2467 and the other pro Israel donors listed on Enclosure 2 to Attachment A Title 18, U.S. Code, Sec. 371, Conspiracy to Defraud the United States that prohibits conspiring to use any form of fraud in an effort to impair or obstruct the function of a U.S. Government branch or agency.

 

2.4      U.S. Representative J. Doe 207 and the proposed subjects-of-investigation listed on Enclosure 1 to Attachment A for multiple violations of Title 18 United States Code, Section 1349. Failure to Provide Honest Services for defrauding the United States and the people of the United States of the honest services of Representatives J. Doe 207 in furtherance of which the mails and interstate wire communications would be used, in violation of Title 18, United States Code, Sections 1341,1343, and 1346; all in violation of Title 18 United States Code, Section 1349.

 

2.5      U.S. Representative J. Doe 207 and the proposed subjects-of-investigation listed on Enclosure 1 to Attachment A for:

 

     2.5.1   Multiple violations of Title 22 U.S.C., Sections 2771-2781. Arms Export Control Act of 1976 (AECA), which requires that governments that receive arms from the United States use them only for legitimate self-defense.

 

     2.5.2   Violation of Title 22 U.S.C. § 2151, The Foreign Assistance Act of 1961 (P.L. 87-195) which requires that "No assistance may be provided… to the government of any country which engages in a consistent pattern of gross violations of internationally recognized human rights."

 

     2.5.3    Violation of Title 18 U.S.C. § 201(b)(2) which makes it a crime for anyone who being a public official or person selected to be a public official, directly or indirectly, corruptly demands, seeks, receives, accepts, or agrees to receive or accept anything of value personally or for any other person or entity, in return for:

 

(A) being influenced in the performance of any official act;

 

(B) being influenced to commit or aid in committing, or to collude in, or allow, any fraud, or make opportunity for the commission of any fraud, on the United States; or

 

(C) being induced to do or omit to do any act in violation of the official duty of such official or person;

  

2.6      Pro Israel supporters Footnote J, Doe and the other pro Israel supporters listed on Enclosure 2 to Attachment A, for multiple violations of Title 18 U.S.C. § 201(b)(1) that makes it a crime for anyone who directly or indirectly, corruptly gives, offers or promises anything of value to any public official or person who has been selected to be a public official, or offers or promises any public official or any person who has been selected to be a public official to give anything of value to any other person or entity, with intent— to:

 

(A) influence any official act; or

 

(B) influence such public official or person who has been selected to be a public official to commit or aid in committing, or collude in, or allow, any fraud, or make opportunity for the commission of any fraud, on the United States; or

 

(C) induce such public official or such person who has been selected to be a public official to do or omit to do any act in violation of the lawful duty of such official or person;

 

3    While proposed indictments are being prepared, as appropriate:

 

     3.1      Provide perpetrators the opportunity to:

 

           3.1.1   Participate in individual reading/study group discussions, be educated on the severity of alleged crimes, recognize the errors in their ways and learn about the major elements of restorative justice. These major elements include “taking steps to repair harm,” e.g., being contrite and apologizing, paying restitution and providing assistance to victims.

 

           3.1.2   Apologize and pay restitution on their own initiative, instead of spending time and money on attorneys and grand juries.

 

     3.2      Provide victims the opportunity to voluntarily conference/meet with those who perpetrated crimes against them, and to receive restitution and/or reasonable reparations from the perpetrators and the U.S. Government

 

4   Please inform me as to whether or not this documentation is sufficient for you to obtain a summons for the above-listed individuals. If insufficient, please let me know what else is needed.


Additional Crimes


In light of evidence that other laws have probably been broken, I also request that the Washington Metropolitan Field Office of the FBI and the United States Attorney for the Eastern District of Virginia investigate Representative J. Doe 207 for violations of the below additional crimes and, as appropriate, include alleged violations for which there is probable cause in the criminal complaint.

 

5    Additional Crimes listed in Applicable Crimes and Attachment A below and links to the crimes in particular:

 

5.1      Multiple violations of Title 18, U.S.C. Sec. 4, Misprision of a Felony: “Whoever, having knowledge of the actual commission of a felony cognizable by a court of the United States, conceals and does not as soon as possible make known the same to some judge or other person in civil or military authority under the United States, shall be fined or imprisoned not more than three years, or both.”

 

5.2      Applicable law and evidence of the violation of 269 war crimes are at at Types of War Crimes from the book, “GEORGE W. BUSH, WAR CRIMINAL? The Bush Administration’s Liability for 269 War Crimes” by Nobel Peace Prize Nominee, Political Scientist Michael Haas, with a Foreword by Nuremberg Chief Prosecutor Benjamin B. Ferencz


Knowledge of a crime, and the jurisdiction to pursue those responsible, thereby imposes upon you, the legal obligation to pursue this as described in Title 18, U.S.C. Sec. 4 Misprision of a Felony.

 

I also request that the victims of the crime ________________ and the attorney(s) for the victim(s) _____________ be kept informed of the status of the investigation as required by crime victim laws.

 

Sincerely, 


Citizen J. Doe 901


Attachments

 

AStatement of Demands

BWar Crimes




Attachment A: Statement of Demands

 

DRAFT

Statement of Demands

 

 

1.  Be a servant of the public and not your party; execute the duties of your office more faithfully.

2.  Once the Vice President resigns, elect a well-qualified individual to be "Vice President who shall take office upon confirmation by a majority vote of both Houses of Congress."

3.  Resign from your position as ___________.

4.  Be contrite, sincerely apologize and pay restitution to the people and organizations you have harmed and pay for the damage you have caused.

5.  Get rid of your bad habits with group therapy by seeing and listening to good psychologists and by taking the course Ways to Self-Reliance.

6.  Make amends by helping to refine and accomplish the "Plan to Rapidly Implement UN Sustainable Development Goal (SDG) Target Action Plans (TAPs).

 

Attachment B: War Crimes

 

Applicable law and evidence for each of the following crimes are provided in numerical order beginning on page 31 of the book George W. Bush War Criminal?: The Bush Administration's Liability for 269 War Crimes by Michael Haas.

 

LEGALITY OF WAR

Armed aggression, under current international law, is prohibited unless there is an urgent, immediate need to respond to an ongoing attack from another country. Even in the case of legitimate self-defense, the matter must be approved subsequently by the UN Security Council.

#1 Waging Aggressive War

#2 Aiding Rebels in a Civil War

#3 Threatening Aggressive War

#4 Planning & Preparing for a War of Aggression

#5 Conspiracy to Wage War

#6 Propaganda For War

 

CONDUCT OF WAR

The principle that innocent civilians should be protected from the ravages of warfare has been established for 1,600 years. In the present, that principle has been extended to prohibitions on various targets, cruel weapons, undisciplined behavior by soldiers and commanders, and on the use of mercenaries.

Prohibited Targets

#7 Failure to Observe the Neutrality of a Hospital

#8 Destruction of Undefended Targets

#9 Bombing of Edifices Devoted to Art, Charity, Religion, & Science

#10 Failure to Compensate

#11 Naval Bombardment of Undefended Buildings, Dwellings, Towns, & Villages

#12 Bombing of Neutral Countries

#13 Failure to Observe the Neutrality of Hospital Employees

#14 Failure to Respect the Neutrality of a Voluntary Aid Society

#15 Hostile Acts on the Ground Directed at a Museum

#16 Indiscriminate Attacks Against Civilians

#17 Failure to Protect Cultural Property

Prohibited Weapons

#18 Use of Arms and Projectiles to Cause Superfluous Injury

#19 Use of Napalm

#20 Use of White Phosphorous

#21 Use of Depleted Uranium Weapons

 

Misconduct by Soldiers

#22 Killing or Wounding Civilians Treacherously

#23 Failure to Accept the Surrender of Combatants

#24 Pillage

#25 Failure to Attend to the Wounded

#26 Failing to Provide Proper Burials to Enemy Soldiers Killed in Combat

#27 Excessive Targeting of Civilians

 

Misconduct by Commanders

#28 Failure to Notify Authorities of Bombardments

#29 Indiscriminate Naval Bombardments

#30 Naval Bombardments Without Warning

#31 Extrajudicial Executions

#32 Reprisals Against Innocent Civilians

#33 Depriving Civilians of Food & Drinking Water

#34 Excessive Military Force

#35 Failure to Provide Battlefield Officers with Appropriate Legal Advice

#36 Failure to Prosecute Commanding Officers for Failure to Stop Battlefield Offenses

#37 Failure of Commanding Officers to Report Battlefield Offenses to Their Superiors

#38 Failure of Commanding Officers to Ensure That Subordinates Understand Geneva Convention Obligations Regarding the Conduct of Warfare

#39 Failure of Commanding Officers to Prevent Subordinates from Plotting War Crimes on the Battlefield

#40Failure of Commanding Officers to Discipline or Prosecute Subordinates Who Commit War Crimes on the Battlefield

Prohibited Combatants

#41 Funding War Mercenaries

#42 Mercenaries Have Engaged in Combat

 

MISTREATMENT OF PRISONERS

The television series "Hogan's Heroes" portrays a prison camp for Americans in Nazi Germany during World War II. Although the series takes excessive liberties for comedic purposes, the basic conditions of the camp in many ways conform to the requirements of the Prisoner of War (POW) Convention of 1929 and earlier treaties. Germany, nevertheless, sometimes used prisoner compounds as interrogation centers. When the Third Geneva Convention was written in 1949, the excesses of the Japanese and Nazis informed provisions to outlaw many practices. When the Americans initially rounded up suspected terrorists in Afghanistan and Iraq, sending some to Guantánamo, the initial military commanders enforced Geneva Convention standards. Soon, President Bush rescinded the Geneva Convention requirements, and new treatment procedures were developed on the fly. The result has been scandalous. Violating Standards of Decency

#43 Inhumane Treatment

#44 Depriving Prisoners of Their Property

#45 Religious Mistreatment

#46 Displaying Prisoners

#47 Denial of Decent Burial of Prisoners

#48 Cruel Treatment

#49 Outrages upon Personal Dignity

Interrogation Methods

#50 Reprisals Against Prisoners

#51 Interrogation Beyond Name, Rank, and Serial Number

#52 Coercive Techniques

#53 Threats & Unpleasant Treatment

#54 Systematic Insults

#55 Torture

#56 Taking Hostages

#57 Failure to Prevent Torture

#58 Complicity or Participation in Torture

#59 Failure to Protect Prisoners from Intimidation

#60 Use of Weapons Against Prisoners

 

Unacceptable Living Conditions

#61 Inadequate Food

#62 Inadequate Clothing

#63 Inadequate Shelter

#64 Cramped Housing

#65 Close Confinement

#66 Internment on Ships at Sea

#67 Internment in Penitentiaries

#68 Inadequate Heating

#69 Inadequate Lighting

#70 Habitual Diet Ignored

#71 Prisoners Disallowed from Food Preparation

#72 Solitary Confinement

#73 Prisoners Not Allowed to Eat Together

#74 Lack of Prison Canteens

#75 Prisoners Not Allowed to Receive Funds to Purchase Personal Items

 

Health Aspects

#76 Mistreatment of Wounded Prisoners

#77 Killing & Wounding Prisoners Treacherously

#78 Unhygienic Housing

#79 Water Deprivation

#80 Unhealthful Incarceration

#81 Murder

#82 Mutilation

#83 Reckless Endangerment of Health in Prison

#84 Involuntary Experimentation

#85 Reckless Endangerment of Health During Transfers

#86 Denial of Medical Care

#87 Failure to Provide Treatment for Medically Incompetent Prisoners

#88 Locating a Prison in a Combat Zone

#89 Inadequate Nutrition

#90 Inadequate Infirmary, Surgical, & Hospital Care

#91 Failure to Provide Care for the Disabled

#92 Failure to Keep Proper Medical Records

#93 Failure to Weigh Prisoners

#94 Failure to Detect or Treat Contagious Diseases

#95 Failure to Provide Appropriate Medical Records upon Release

#96 Failure to Properly Annotate Death Certificates

#97 Failure to Properly Investigate Causes of Prisoner Deaths

#98 Violating Medical Ethics

#99 Failure to Rehabilitate Victims of Torture

 

Activities Disallowed

#100 Tobacco Deprivation

#101 Exercise Deprivation

#102 Inadequate Recreational Opportunities

Transfers

#103 Prisoners Transferred to Countries Practicing Torture

#104Failure to Recall Prisoners Who Have Been Tortured After Their Transfer to Other Countries

#105 Inhumane Transfer of Prisoners

#106 Failure to Notify Prisoners in Advance of Transfers

 

Complaints, Representatives, and Discipline

#107 Failure to Allow Prisoners to Complain About Captivity Conditions

#108 Failure to Respond to Complaints of Prisoners Alleging Torture

#109 Failure to Allow Prisoners to Elect Representatives

#110 Repeated Punishment

#111 Punishment for Offenses Not Applied to American Soldiers

#112 Corporal Punishment

#113 Confinement Without Daylight

#114 Unequal Treatment of Disciplined Prisoners

#115 Punishment Exceeding Thirty Days

#116 Discipline Without Following Procedures

 

Juridical Aspects

#117 Failure to Treat Captured Belligerents as Prisoners of War

#118 Secret Detainees

#119 Failure to Advise Prisoners of Their Right to Counsel

#120 Denial of Right to Counsel

#121 Failure to Try Accused Prisoners in a Regularly Constituted Court

#122 Sentencing Without Having a Regularly Constituted Court

#123 Failure to Use a Competent Tribunal to Determine Whether to Detain Prisoners

#124 Prisoners Have Been Forced to Renounce Their Rights

#125 Depriving Prisoners of Identity Documents

#126 Failure to Disseminate Geneva Convention Protections

#127 Failure to Post the Geneva Conventions

#128 Failure to Translate the Geneva Conventions for Prisoners

#129 Failure to Publicly State How Prisoners Are to Be Handled

#130 Failure to Transmit Legal Documents to Prisoners

#131 Failure to Allow Visits Between Lawyers and Prisoners

#132 Failure to Put Prisoners on Trial in Impartial Tribunals

#133 Forced Self-Incrimination

#134 Failure to Provide Speedy Trials

#135 Denial of the Right to Call Witnesses

#136 Failure to Advise Prisoners of Geneva Convention Rights

#137 Failure to Facilitate Selection by Prisoners of Their Attorneys

#138 Failure to Allow the United Nations to Provide Attorneys for Prisoners

#139 Failure to Provide Attorneys Free Access to Prisoners

#140 Failure to Provide Privacy During Visits Between Attorneys & Prisoners

#141 Failure to Translate Legal Documents for Prisoners

#142 No Right of Appeal

#143 Failure to Inform Prisoners Promptly of Charges Against Them

#144 Failure to Inform Prisoners’ Attorneys of Charges Against Prisoners Whom They Represent

#145 Secrecy in Judicial Proceedings

#146 Failure to Prosecute Those Responsible for Prisoner Deaths

#147 Absolving Liability for Redress

#148 Refusal to Allow Cross-Examinations

#149 Failure to Provide Appropriate Legal Advice to Military Commanders Regarding Prisoners

#150 Failure to Prosecute Commanding Officers Taking No Action to Stop Abuse of Prisoners

#151Failure of Commanding Officers to Report Offenses Against Prisoners to Superiors

#152 Failure of Commanding Officers to Ensure That Subordinates Understand Geneva Convention Obligations Regarding Prisoners

#153 Failure of Commanding Officers to Prevent or Stop Subordinates from Mistreating Prisoners

#154Failure of Commanding Officers to Discipline or Prosecute Subordinates Who Mistreat Prisoners

#155 Attempting to Justify Torture

#156 Failure to Arrest & Prosecute Torturers

#157 Failure to Investigate Allegations of Torture

#158 Refusal to Cooperate in Investigations & Prosecutions of Torturers

#159 Failure to Compensate Victims of Torture

#160 Admission of Statements Resulting from Torture into Evidence

 

Relations Between Prisoners and Outside Groups

#161 Refusal to Allow the Red Cross Access to Prisoners

#162 Failure to Establish a Central Prisoner of War Agency

#163 Failure to Request Assistance from a Humanitarian Organization

#164Prisoners Prevented from Contacting the Red Cross and the Red Crescent Society

#165 Parcels to Prisoners Disallowed

#166 Failure to Allow Prisoners to Complain to UN Bodies

#167 Failure to Share Inquest Investigations with the UN

#168 Failure to Provide Opportunities for Nongovernmental Organizations to Assist the Religious & Other Needs of Prisoners

#169 Denial of Access of UN Agencies to Places of Departure, Passage, Arrival, & Incarceration

#170 Failure to Allow UN Officials to Attend Arraignments

 

Repatriation

#171 Failure to Repatriate Prisoners Promptly

#172 Failure to Repatriate Seriously Ill or Wounded Prisoners

Contact with Families

#173 Denial & Delay of Correspondence Between Prisoners & Their Families

#174 Prisoners Have Not Been Allowed to Send Telegrams

#175 Failure to Compensate Dependents of Fatal Victims of Torture

 

Discrimination

#176 Sexual Abuse of Females

#177 Women Confined in Same Facility as Men

#178 Women Prisoners Searched by Men

#179 Discrimination Based on Nationality, Race, or Religion

#180 Elder Abuse

Treatment of Children

#181 Transfer of Children from Their Home Countries

#182 Failure to Obtain Permission from Parents or Guardians for Transfer of Their Children

#183 Incarceration of Children in the Same Quarters as Adults

#184 Failure to Provide Education for Imprisoned Children

#185 Withholding Parental Contact from Child Detainees

#186 Failure to Inform Parents of the Whereabouts of Detained Children

#187 Refusal to Allow Child Detainees to Receive Information

#188 Failure to Protect Child Detainees from Abuse

#189 Failure to Provide Social Programs for Child Detainees to Deal with Prison Abuse

#190 Failure to Establish Programs to Prevent Prison Abuse of Child Detainees

#191 Failure to Investigate Abuse of Child Prisoners

#192 Failure to Prosecute Prison Personnel Who Abuse Child Detainees

#193 Failure to Provide Recreational Activities for Child Prisoners

#194 Inhumane Treatment of Child Detainees

#195 Indefinite Detainment of Children

#196 Failure to Allow Parents to Visit Child Detainees

#197 Failure to Allow Child Prisoners to Have Legal Counsel

#198 Failure to Provide an Impartial Tribunal for Child Prisoners

#199 Failure to Provide Speedy Trials for Child Prisoners

#200 Failure to Provide Post-Confinement Programs for Abused Child Prisoners

#201 Presumption of the Guilt of Child Prisoners Before Trials

#202 Failure to Promptly Inform Child Prisoners of Charges Against Them

#203 Forcing a Child Prisoner to Incriminate Himself

#204 Failure to Allow Witnesses Testify on Behalf of Child Prisoners

#205 Failure to Allow Appeals from Trials of Child Prisoners

Disappearances

#206 Extraordinary Renditions

#207 Issuance of Executive Orders Authorizing Enforced Disappearances

#208 Failure to Prosecute Those Responsible for Enforced Disappearances

#209 Sending Prisoners to Countries Where Enforced Disappearance is Likely

#210 Failure to Disclose Basic Information About Victims of Enforced Disappearance to Appropriate Authorities

#211 Failure to Disclose Basic Information About Victims of Enforced Disappearance to Family & Legal Representatives

#212 Failure to Provide Verification of Release of Disappeared Detainees

#213 Failure to Inform Rendered Persons of the Reasons for Their Disappearance, Investigation of Their Case, & Plans for Their Future

#214 Failure to Release Disappeared Persons

#215 Failure to Return the Bodies of Those Who Die While Disappeared to Next of Kin

#216 Failure to Provide Reparation & Compensation to Victims of Enforced Disappearance

#217 Failure to Cooperate with NGOs Seeking to Rescue Victims of Enforced Disappearance

 

CRIMES IN THE POSTWAR OCCUPATIONS

American forces have remained in Afghanistan from 2001 and Iraq from 2003. In both cases, the United States has recognized that American forces as occupation forces. Because of the unhappy military occupation of Eastern Europe by the Nazis during World War II, the international rules applied to military occupation were strengthened from provisions in the Hague Conventions to the Fourth Geneva Convention and related international agreements. The most formalized occupation was the Coalition Provisional Authority (CPA), which was headquartered in Baghdad from May 12, 2003, to June 28, 2004, under the direct control of L. Paul Bremer III. Nevertheless, the occupation continues so long as foreign troops are on Afghan and Iraqi soil but not subject to the authority of either government.

 

Re-Establishing Public Order

#218 Failure to Re-Establish Public Order and Safety

#219 Complicity with Pillage

#220 Failure to Apprehend and Prosecute Looters

#221 Failure to Provide Security for Hospitals

#222 Intimidation of Civilians from Living Ordinary Lives

#223 Failure to Stop the Theft of Cultural Property

#224 Failure to Protect Journalists

Civil and Political Conditions

#225 Failure to Respect the Legal Framework

#226 Failure to Allow Self-Government

#227 Failure to Recognize Local Courts

 

Criminal Justice Problems

#228 Unwarranted Interrogation of Civilians

#229 Collective Punishment

#230 Cruel Treatment of Civilians

#231 Unjustified Arrest of Children

#232 Unjustified Interment

#233 Transfer to Countries That Persecute Political Opinions

#234 Failure to Observe Existing Penal Laws

#235 Penalties Imposed for Past Acts

#236 Disproportionate Penal Servitude

#237 Interned Persons, Prisoners of War, and Common Criminals Accommodated and Administered Together

#238 Failure to Account for Missing Persons

#239 Failure to Ensure Fair Trials of Repatriated Prisoners

 

Economic and Financial Conditions

#240 Confiscation of Private Property

#241 Lowering Tax Revenues

#242 Secret Contract Awards

#243 Diversion of State Property for Nonmilitary Operations

#244 Privatizing State Assets

#245 Failure to Maintain Material Conditions of State Property

#246 Mass Unemployment

#247 Failure to Provide Re-Employment Opportunities

#248 Unnecessary Destruction of Private Property

#249 Unnecessary Destruction of State Property

#250 Failure to Provide Necessities of Daily Living

Discrimination

#251 Failure to Respect Religious Convictions

#252 Ethnosectarian Discrimination

#253 Discrimination in Awarding Contracts

#254 Gender Discrimination

#255 Dishonoring Women

#256 Discrimination Against Nominal Members of a Political Party

#257 Arrest of Persons for Pre-Occupation Political Opinion

 

Social and Cultural Problems

#258 Failure to Respect Family Honors

#259 Withholding News from Family Members

#260 Charging for Formerly Free Government Services

#261 Failure to Reopen Schools

#262 Failure to Restore Cultural Property Damaged by Military Operations

Health Conditions

#263 Providing Insufficient Food

#264 Providing Insufficient Medical Supplies

#265 Reduction in the Quality of Medical Care

#266 Reduction in the Quality of Public Health

The Role of Outside Organizations

#267 Flouting UN Recommendations

#268 Failure to Accept Relief Organizations

#269 Failure to Disseminate the Fourth Geneva Convention Text to Occupation Personnel