Wednesday, November 3, 2010


Fortaleza, November 3, 2010Dear friend, very good afternoon!My name is Sebastian Ramos, I am a complainant, who did pioneer in the prosecution of Ceará against religious discrimination perpetrated by the Church of Jehovah's Witnesses, a kind of excommunication which is practiced against former members who are expelled or against those who voluntarily disconnect themselves from their ranks. My case had nationwide repercussions, because it is a new type of atypical religious discrimination in Brazil, but precisely. There are Brazilians suffering family and social rejection and psychiatric treatment because of application of this monstrous discipline.In August last year opened proceedings in the PM, and from then on, reports began to appear on TV aired the Legislative Assembly of Ceará, TV Union and other media outlets in the country, apart from articles published by journalists and commentators in refereed journals.The MP had set up police investigation to establish all the facts, and then denounced members of that religion for the crimes of religious discrimination. The judge in the 6th Criminal Prosecutor accepted the complaint was substantiated in the law because of racism, No. 7716, art 14. However, the pastors' lawyers filed a habeas corpus petition before the ECJ and managed to lock the process. However, on 28 October 2010 to the Ombudsman of Ceará appealed the decision to the court and believe that injustice will be fully repaired by this court. To better understand the case, leave links to news articles, and published articles, including the newspaper Extra in Rio, one of the vehicles affiliated Globe Editions. Forum in Defense of Religious Diversity A report on TV the opening day of billboards on the Avenue judge Moreira. A report on the complaint that the prosecutor made to Justice - Case - Sebastian Ramos Reporting day for the Commemoration of the Abolition of Slavery in Brazil. against disassociation Unpairing is approached by the largest Mining Journal - TIME - Decision of the ECJ - the locking action Office of Human Rights says it is misguided to the ECJ ruling - An article published recently by journalist Rosiane Rodrigues.Given the above, if appropriate, I would appreciate that this material and then contact me again.

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