Show Malta's Constitutional Court we want justice for Daniel Holmes, not the harsh 10 year penalty ruled.
Jon K. Malta
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A family man and a UK national has been given a harsh penalty of a potential 10 to 12 years in a Maltese prison (and a €23,000 fine) for being found in possession of marijuana plants at his Gozo residence. 10 years for the charge of plants, and a further time if he is unable to make bail.
The charges of the case involve Daniel and another person, who had five plants between them. It is important to remember that Daniel was not the sole owner of the plants, which has led many to believe a harsh scapegoating has happened, since his accomplice charged with the same thing, passed away while in prison some time ago.
It would be an act of historic kindness if we could get the Maltese courts to reconsider their correctional sentence to something more responsible to this type of activity, especially one mired in social hypocrisy.
Daniel is a family man, described by his close friends as kind and good-natured. We seek his sentence to be reduced for the sake of his parents, his wife and his young daughter who he is not seeing grow up, adding to this, they live in South Wales, where Daniel is from. Many of us feel that the Maltese courts have reacted too harshly, and have unfairly massed punishment onto him. This is now going to the European Constitutional Court for justice. Your signature counts. Please sign.
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