To release of 400 Vietnamese political and religious prisoners sign now

Date: December, 1, 2010
To: International Amnesty
Peter Benenson House
1 Easton Street
London
WC1X 0DW
UK


Dear Mr. President:
On behalf of the Vietnamese Political and Religious Prisoners Fellowship Association, We respectfully send our most sincere and warm welcome to you and Amnesty International. We also thank deeply to Amnesty International about the intervention for me out of Communists jails in 1997 after over 20 years.
The valuable work of Amnesty International toward human rights will promote the process of human rights realization and democratization in Vietnam, and soon will bring democracy, freedom, basic rights to more than 85 million people in Vietnam.
The brutal dictatorship of the Vietnamese Communists regime, thousands of Vietnamese patriots have stood up struggling for freedom and democracy, and human rights. They have been arrested, beaten and tortured brutally. In particular, the Vietnamese Communists had executed more than 300 political and religious prisoners. Among these there were two priests and two women, including a eight months pregnant woman named Tran Thi Lan who was executed by firing squad in Go Cong, 1976. This brutal action seriously violated article 6 of International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights, but the world is almost unaware. Until now, the Vietnamese Communists Government still violates human rights in Vietnam with a systematic and organizing mechanism.
We respectfully submit to you the full text of document named Systematic Human Rights Violations by the Communist Party and the Socialist Republic of Vietnam. We also urge you, on the behalf of human conscience to request the Socialist Republic of Vietnam must be release of 400 Vietnamese political and religious prisoners, specifically the following political prisoners Musician Caunguyen who were detained over 34 year 7 month are awaiting death in prison camp. Mr. Cầu has been isolated too long in dark isolate cell without your special intervention. one of his eyes was damaged to blind. He is in a state of serious illness nearing death.
While awaiting to your response, we would like to send to you our Vietnamese political and religious prisoners true gratitude. Your valuable work toward human rights will promote the process of human rights realization and democratization in Vietnam.
Sincerely yours,
On behalf of the Overseas Executive Council of
the Vietnamese Political and Religious Prisoners Fellowship Association

ANH TRAN PHAM, Chairman
12911 Josephine St. # D, Garden Grove, CA 92841


Date: July 4, 2010
To: Foreigne Minister Mrs Hillary Clinton

Dear Foreigne Minister,
On behalf of the Vietnamese Political and Religious Prisoners Fellowship Association, We respectfully send our most sincere and warm welcome to you. We also thank you deeply for your major contribution by voicing to protect our Vietnamese Democracy Advocates. Your valuable work toward human rights will promote the process of human rights realization and democratization in Vietnam, and soon will bring democracy, freedom, basic rights to more than 85 million people in Vietnam.
Since the Vietnamese Communists torn the Paris agreement, bringing troops to invade the Republic of Vietnam, they have jailed military and government officers of the Republic of Vietnam in camps called Reeducation essentially to revenge and force hard labor causing death of thousands of prisoners.
After April 30, 1975, the Vietnamese Communists regime confiscated all the land of the military and government officers of the Republic of Vietnam, as well as land of pagodas, churches, temples... Resentful before the brutal dictatorship of the Vietnamese Communists regime, thousands of Vietnamese patriots have stood up fighting against the brutal rule, struggling for freedom and democracy, and human rights. They have been arrested, beaten and tortured brutally. In particular, the Vietnamese Communists had executed more than 300 political and religious prisoners. Among these there were two priests and two women, including a eight months pregnant woman named Tran Thi Lan who was executed by firing squad in Go Cong, 1976. This brutal action seriously violated article 6 of International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights, but the world is almost unaware. Until now, the Vietnamese Communists Government still violates human rights in Vietnam with a systematic and organizing mechanism.
We respectfully submit to you the full text of document named Systematic Human Rights Violations by the Communist Party and the Socialist Republic of Vietnam. We also urge you to request the U.S. Government and Congress to seek the immediate release of 400 Vietnamese political and religious prisoners, specifically the following political prisoners Mr Caunguyen who were detained over 34 years 7 months and he is awaiting death in prison camp. Musician Nguyễn Hữu Cầu, a former captain of the Republic of Vietnam Army has been jailed for 34 years 7 months in prison camp Xuвn Lộc, Đồng Nai (Z30A- KA). Mr. Cầu has been isolated too long in dark room; one of his eyes was damaged to blind. He is in a state of serious illness nearing death. Musician Caunguyen is in dying stage in isolate cell without your special intervention.
While awaiting to your response, we would like to send to you our Vietnamese political and religious prisoners true gratitude. Your voice will contribute actively to the process of human rights realization and democratization in Vietnam.

On behalf of the Overseas Executive Council of
The Vietnamese Political and Religious Prisoners Fellowship Association

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