The murder of journalist Nehemie Joseph is a threat to the Mirebalaisienne society. The worst, some actors spit on his dead body.
By Jamann THELEMAQUE, Lawyer of the Bar of Mirebalais
Sunday, November 10, 2019 ((rezonodwes.com)) – Nehemie Joseph being murdered in Bayas, a locality of the section communal SARAZIN in the municipality of Mirebalais, many voices were raised not only to denounce this barbaric act, but also to ask for justice to be returned to the family of the deceased. What is, until now, a good thing because we had the impression that the file of now ex journalist Nehemie Joseph would not extend the list of files for which the investigation continues for many years. Nevertheless, by taking concrete action, one can achieve a fair and equitable justice.
The great Montesquieu had to say and quote:
The law criminal law is defined as the branch of law whose object is to prevent and if necessary to repress, by the application of penalties or security measures, the actions or omissions likely to disturb the social order. A small question to ask: the death of journalist Nehemie Joseph is it not an action likely to disturb the social order?
The answer is yes.
Why this action that disturbs the social order Does it deserve to be repressed?
The causes are numerous but the main cause for this action deserves to be repressed is to prevent. The action once repressed, two messages are sent:
1 ') the first message is sent to the other assassins who are in the city to tell them not to commit any crime because they will be sought, arrested, tried and sentenced under the law governing the matter.
2 ') the second message is sent to the company to say that there is no need to worry after the commission of this crime because the criminals will not be tolerated, they will spend the rest of their lives in jail. But when a crime has just been committed, the criminals are in circulation in peace, nothing is done to put them out of harm's way, that is to say that they can continue to massacre the members of the population is a threat to society, it is telling the community that no one is spared. That's why I say Nehemie Joseph's death is a threat to society. <
Spit on the corpse of the deceased .
The history will retain that a young lawyer of the center town of Mirebalais called Jamann THELEMAQUE insisted the need not to use the assassination of journalist Nehemie Joseph for personal purposes. The young man was murdered in very bad conditions, which poses a threat to society. The young lawyer who knows the reality of his country asked that this file be treated with the greatest rigor, more vigilance and more objectivity.
But as bizarre as it may seem many have used the journalist's assassination to gain political visibility, many have used his assassination to achieve a better social position, many have used his assassination to attack opponents and many are those who say they are committed lawyers who have also used this file to be seen and prevented other colleagues provide their support, including Me Prosperous THEISM who wanted to help voluntarily but was quarantined by the lawyers involved.
No offense to the Confreres but, as auxiliaries of justice, what did they do concretely in the context of this file for the manifestation of the truth? If I were at the moment of assessment, I would say that you have failed in your mission. Who can tell me what concrete actions have been made to demonstrate the truth of the politicians who have marched and made vibrant speeches in the public square of Mirebalais at the funeral of Nehemie Joseph?
Some would say that the ceremony was transformed into a real political rally. It is clear that these actors did not want the light to be made on this file really, they wanted to take the opportunity to be heard. It's very serious! This is the reason why I say that the aforementioned actors spit on the corpse of Nehemie Joseph.
They retook Nehemie Joseph. It is necessary that the scandal should happen but woe to the man by whom the scandal arrives.
Me. Jamann THELEMAQUE,
Attorney at the Bar of Mirebalais
Tel: (509) 3630-57-33