Denmark – A Case to Answer
This web site is about me and my fight against the injustices which I suffered 40 years ago in Denmark. This injustice was ultimately judged by the European Court of Human Rights in 1989 when Denmark, for the first time since the accession to the European Court of Human Rights more than forty years earlier, was judged to have violated the European Convention of Human Rights.
Denmark had violated the foundation of justice, namely the right to a fair trial set out in Article 6 of the European Convention of Human Rights.
This serious violation and judgement did make great changes to the Danish judicial system as to the appointment of judges. However, it came with great cost to the defendant, me, with deep mental and physical wounds, from long solitary confinement, 55 days hunger strike and the longest incarceration in Denmark on remand since 1651. Their objective was to quash my spirit and brake my will.