To release Nguyen Huu Cau please!!!

Nguyen Huu Cau who has been incarcerated in a section of Xuan Loc  Camp serving a life sentence. This particular section is specifically for political prisoners. It has been 28 years since he was sentenced. During this time C%u1EA7u has submitted numerous applications to Vietnam Courts for guiltless because he was unjustly imprisoned without trial.
He has been incarcerated because he accused two local government Officers. These two Officers, one the director of the Institute of people's procuracy and the other a provincial Vice President were performing indecent acts of rape and bribe.
C%u1EA7u's sentence began in 1982, his punishment was for music he's never written that was supposedly damaging. Damaging to who or what was not stated in the law suit, however, this was obviously seen as denting the government image.
Event if this crime was plausible, the extremity of the punishment received is unrealistic, unfair and a violation of Human Rights which the Government of the Socialist Republic of Vietnam has agreed to abide by. We ask you to raise his case to the Government of the Socialist Republic of Vietnam authority and request his immediate release or request for  him to receive a fair trail.
Thank you for your consideration to this matter.
Yours sincerely


Canh Minh Lam

To the Honourable Speakers and


Members of the House of Representatives


Assembled in Parliament

Dear Sir/Madam,

I am a representative of the Prisoners of Conscience Fund and as a group we would like to raise an issue concerning the case of a psychological warfare personnel, Nguyen Huu Cau, from the former army of Republic of Vietnam.

On the 17th of May 2010, a prisoner from Vietnam was released from jail and informed us about Nguyen Huu Cau. Cau has been incarcerated in a section of Xuan Loc Camp serving a life sentence. This particular section is specifically for political prisoners. It has been 28 years since he was sentenced. During this time Cau has submitted numerous applications to the Vietnam courts, requesting them to reconsider his case, however, they have been intercepted and blocked.

The Prisoners of Conscience Fund have investigated this case and have contacted former prisoners who have been incarcerated with Cau at the camp. We have also managed to contact his daughter. Through our investigation we have been handed a letter written by Cau (Secretly delivered via one of the released prisoners who was with him) describing his situation to the outside world. From this information, we have uncovered a grave injustice.

Cau has been wrongly and unjustly condemned for daring to speak out. The cause of this began when Cau had spoken out against two local government officers. These two officers, one the director of the Institute of People%u2019s Procuracy and the other a provincial Vice President, were performing indecent acts of rape and bribery. Cau had spoken out against them for these acts, and as a consequence he has been sentenced to life. The two officers had purposely sent out disinformation about Cau to criminalize him and %u2018cover up%u2019 their wrongdoings. Cau%u2019s sentence began in 1982, his punishment was for music he%u2019s never written that was supposedly %u2018damaging%u2019. %u2018Damaging%u2019 to who or what was not stated in the law suit, however, this was obviously seen as denting the government image.

Even if this crime was plausible, the extremity of the punishment received is unrealistic, unfair and a violation of Human Rights which Vietnam has agreed to abide by. We ask you to raise his case to the Vietnamese authority and request his immediate release or request for him to receive a fair trail.

Thank-you for your consideration to this matter.
Sincerely the Prisoners of Conscience Fund


Signed


Phung Mai (representative of the P.O.C Fund)
Melbourne Victoria. Australia
Web: http://www.tnlt.blogspot.com/
Email: phungmai871@yahoo.com.au

The following is the scan of Cau's hands writing to the outside world, the original is kept in Australia








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