The most outrageous injustice is coming to an end on the personal level (I expect there to be consequences in other respects). I wish Karina and her family the best of luck with whatever they decide to do. Most of all, I wish Karina a peaceful and harmonious time and a chance to heal from the unfathomable ordeal she was forced to endure for three and a half years.
On Monday 17 October 2016, after three and a half years of incarceration, Karina finally returned home to her family. The arrangement was on a trial basis but in the hope and expectation that she would be finally and permanently back where she belongs.
In recent weeks, Karina’s condition had improved slightly and her parents were able to visit her on a regular basis (more detail in my previous post). As a result, meetings took place between those in charge of the Clinic at Hammel where she had been an inmate since February 2013 (see Karina’s Story below for background) and representatives of Karina’s family. An arrangement for Karina’s return home was agreed whereby her parents would take her home within the next few days and she would remain there for a trial period. If all went well…
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