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Just a suggestion, but you might consider trying to get the news media to cover the case: if the general public are aware of the details, its more difficult for the police/judiciary to push through nonsensical judgements on a bogus case (note the case of Aseem Trivedi, for instance). In essence, they can't make a moderately well known person or case 'disappear', as it were.

In any other case I would happily follow this advice, in this particular case we will use that only as a means of last resort and let's hope that it will never come to that.

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