“Police for Freedom”: Conscientious Resignation of Police Officer in Australia

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It is tragic that police are having to lose their jobs for simply raising concerns about where our societies are being taken under the guise of health mandates.

By Robert J. Burrowes & Police for Freedom & Posted by Global Research
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“Police for Freedom”: Conscientious Resignation of Police Officer in Australia

Following the conscientious resignation of Acting Senior Sergeant Krystle Mitchell of the Victoria Police in Australia, the international network Police for Freedom https://policeforfreedom.org/ has just issued the statement below in support.

Krystle had served Victorians, with distinction, for 16 years as a police officer and has recently resigned over a matter of conscience in relation to policing of the Covid-19 restrictions.

Watch her interview below.

Here is the Police for Freedom statement:

Police For Freedom International commends Acting Senior Sergeant Krystle Mitchell for standing up and giving a voice to thousands of police in Victoria, Australia right now. Thank you for your courage and integrity, sacrificing your career in the name of truth.

In the current political climate, in which rights and freedoms worldwide are restricted and under further threat, it is the conscience and courage of individuals who capably defend such rights and freedoms, such as Krystle Mitchell, that will be vital if the truth is to ultimately prevail. 

These rights include those articulated in the UNESCO Declaration on Bioethics and Human Rights, including:

Article 3.1: Human dignity and human rights:

Human dignity, human rights and fundamental freedoms are to be fully respected. The interests and welfare of the individual should have priority over the sole interest of science or society.

Article 6: Consent:

Any preventive, diagnostic and therapeutic medical intervention is only to be carried out with the prior, free and informed consent of the person concerned, based on adequate information. The consent should, where appropriate, be express and may be withdrawn by the person concerned at any time and for any reason without disadvantage or prejudice.

We at Police For Freedom are happy to support each and every serving officer who decides to stand on the right side of history. It is tragic that police are having to lose their jobs for simply raising concerns about where our societies are being taken under the guise of health mandates. 

Policing is all about community, and we will do our very best to help police stand together with their people. 

Sincerely,

Police For Freedom
www.policeforfreedom.org 

Signatories

Henna Maria Vermeulen, founder of Police For Freedom, and international coordinator 

Juan Manuel Ramos Mateo, co-founder of Policías por la Libertad, Agente Jefe del Policía Local España 

Edward Gilbert, representative of Victoria, Australia, and former An Garda Siochana, Ireland 

Dennis Spaanstra, representative of The Netherlands, and Brigadier van politie Nederland 

Vincent Gircys, representative of Ontario, Canada, and retired Provincial Constable, Canada 

Oscar Suarez, representative of Florida, U.S.A., and Corporal Supervisor, Local Police, Florida 

Sonia Vescovacci, co-founder of Policías por la Libertad, and Oficial del Cuerpo Nacional de Policía España 

Me Virginie de Araujo-Becchia, legal representative of Police For Freedom, and Attorney Paris Bar Association 

Robert J. Burrowes, nonviolent action strategist of Police For Freedom, Australia 

Mads Krarup Nielsen, representative of Denmark, and former Constable WA and Copenhagen Police 

Maria Chirdaris, representative of British Columbia, Canada, and Police Constable, former BC Sheriff 

Charlene Lynch, representative of Quebec, Canada, and Police Technic, John Abbot College 

By Robert J. Burrowes & Police for Freedom & Posted by Global Research
© 2021 Robert J. Burrowes & Police for Freedom – All Rights Reserved

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