|Pavel Kulisek and family|
Jirina Kuliskova says her husband, Pavel Kulisek, tried to hang himself after being denied a psychiatrist and being told that he would be in prison for at least another eight months, with no sight of a trial yet.
“He gave up,” said Kuliskova. “And I’m hoping he gave up for just that moment. That he’s not going to give up and he’s going to fight again. I want him to fight again.”
Kuliskova is begging for high-level help from the Canadian government to put pressure on the Mexicans to move more quickly and bring her family hope they will be reunited again soon, she said.
Pavel Kulisek and his family were on a vacation in Mexico three years ago. Kulisek’s ATV buddy turned out to be a member of a Mexican drug cartel, and he was arrested on suspicion of being a member of organized crime.
The case against Kulisek hinges on the evidence of a corrupt former police officer and an investigation put together by a disgraced former prosecutor, who has been charged with being on the take from a rival drug cartel, according to a W5 investigation.
Kulisek’s Canadian lawyer has said that the only evidence against him would have been tossed out by a Canadian court long ago.
But delays in the Mexican system – where, unlike in Canada, the accused are expected to sit in jail by default – have piled up to the point where Kulisek has served three years in Punta Grande, a maximum security prison near Guadalajara.
[Fulano’s note: If you watch the 4-part news series on the case of Pavel Kilisek, who has now been in a Mexican jail more than three years with no charges being filed against him, you will hear the Canadian minister say over and over again that Mexico is a sovereign state and Canada does not interfere with the affairs of a sovereign state. Well, Libya is also a sovereign state and Canada is a member of NATO which is currently interfering in an undeclared war on that sovereign state.