Nine days ago I wrote a letter to Olga G. Yeritsidou, an educational psychologist living in Athens, Greece (see: http://www.twitlonger.com/show/k4gpm9), whom I had contacted because of this BBC news story (see: http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-europe-17811153).
Here is her just-received reply:
10:59 AM (1 hour ago)
Dear Mr Miller,
Thank you for your letter. I am glad to be hearing from you.
I will be brief in this first reply of mine to you because I just want to tell you that yes I do have data in my possession pertaining not only to deaths that could have been averted were the medical services and facilities working properly but also studies and estimates from credible sources (or at least allegedly credible) regarding the current situation of the ill, disabled and those with a propensity for illness in Greece.
Right now I am sorting through a literal mountain of data, evidence and reports on this exact matter and other similar mountains for all the other issues related, correlated or caused by the situation of the so called “memorandum-austerity” in Greece.
That is why I must ask for your patience for a few days and once the sorting is complete I will direct you to a whole database containing the information you require.
The reason we are doing all this is because the prosecutor’s office at the ICC has asked for further data before they move on our appeal. In short, they are asking me and my daughter to do their work for them, perhaps in hopes of us giving up and certainly for them to gain time.
I would be very interested to read what you have sent to the authorities and any expectations or developments. It would be interesting to press on that link of austerity with the stifling of Human Rights and certainly to give it as much publicity as possible.
Looking forward to hearing from you,
Olga G. Yeritsidou