Archbishop Jonathan Blake

The Most Reverend Jonathan Blake, Presiding Archbishop of the Open Episcopal Church B.A. (Hons), Dip. Pastoral Studies. Bishop's Haven, 105 Danson Crescent Welling DA16 2AS U.K. Mobile: 07767 687711 The Church is a member of The International Council of Community churches and the World Council of Churches. Married and a proud Dad.

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Location: London, Kent, United Kingdom

Gassed in Tehran, seized in Kabul, helped Mother Teresa, almost murdered, raised £300,000, ordained 1981, street sleeper, pilgrim to Auschwitz, Kenya + Pakistan 4 peace, began 1st inter-faith NHS chapel, wrote text on Parliament, arrested, relinquished his 12 year Anglican post 2 be independent, baptised 1000's in homes, on Mt Snowdon + in circus ring, did wedding underwater, wrote ‘For God’s Sake Don’t Go To Church’, nailed 95 Theses to Canterbury cathedral, arrested, co-founded the Society for Independent Ministry, was consecrated a bishop, co-founded the Open Episcopal Church, did 1st gay wedding on prime time TV, sued Associated Newspapers 4 defamation, co-consecrated 1st women bishops 4 England. Wales + Scotland, accommodated the homeless, took Mass 2 sex workers + posted it, elected Archbishop, arrested 4 taking kids on roof, not charged, founded ‘When No One’s Watching', became an ICV, did Jade Goody's wedding , invited 2 Downing St, wrote 'That Old Devil Called God Again', arrested 4 times campaigning against child abuse, had harassment conviction quashed on appeal, appealing a conviction for breaches of restraining order 2 stop a paedophile

Tuesday, February 14, 2017


The court has now returned  the fine I had to pay, when I was wrongfully convicted, after my conviction was overturned on appeal and the police have finally written to me apologising for their press release about me, that was false and defamatory.
I have been hailed a hero. (I don't think i am - just an ordinary person trying to muddle through complex challenges!) My actions have been commended, both from personal and professional sources.  
Jesus' conviction stands eternally as a symbol of love triumphing over evil. 
I wish to raise a memorial stone in honour and in recognition of my wrongful conviction. As a disciple of Jesus, it reflects his commission for us all to resist evil, whatever the cost. I, my family, my friends, my church and so many members of the public are proud of what I have done. I, with the support of my loved ones, and of families, whose children had been abused, campaigned to stop a paedophile having any further access to children. I did this by writing alone, on my blog, and to the authorities. It is a cause of immense relief and peace that we succeeded. The memorial stone I raise today, stands in testament of what my conviction represents. It creates a historical marker to record for all time that despite all the safeguarding structures in 2017, children still remain utterly vulnerable to the predatory wiles of paedophiles And those, like myself, who do their utmost to save children from abuse, when all else has failed, can be punished for doing so, by our nation's flawed systems.This outrageous obliquity must be corrected. I took a stand against evil. It would have been morally, religiously, socially and legally wrong to have taken any other course of action. I have, with God's gracious help, prevailed. The truth has pronounced me innocent. My family is now celebrating. We have rid ourselves of the evil with which our campaign has had to contend in ensuring the paedophile could not harm any further children. Because I chose to represent myself, we are not facing tens of thousands of pounds of legal costs. We are going to celebrate for a year. A full year of happiness and new adventures Thank you, from the bottom of all our hearts to all those whose messages of love and support have uplifted us and blessed us.

if you want to read a fuller version of the story - read on.......

The Metropolitan Police issued a false and defamatory press release concerning my campaign to stop a paedophile, which they had to withdraw and quickly revise. They have now withdrawn it.

These are the correct facts that reporting restrictions and the restraining order allow me to disclose. As you read what has happened to me below, you will be in disbelief. But you may also come to realise quite what the public are up against, when trying to protect children.

This is my story....

I knew a paedophile had abused more than several children.

Over the last two years, I have been involved in a campaign to ensure the paedophile was given no more access to children. The context was complex and I had to take considerable risks, along with families of children, who had been abused by him, to achieve this. Legal action was taken against me to stop me. Reporting restrictions and a restraining order were put in place, preventing any information about the case being known and preventing me continuing my campaign. So far I have been arrested four times, spent four days and three nights in police cells, been interviewed for 13 hours and threatened with prison.

I was charged originally with harassment and convicted at Bexley Magistrates Court in December 2015 and completed a 140 hour community hour sentence. I appealed immediately and my conviction for harassment was finally quashed, after a year of many court appearances, on appeal, at Woolwich Crown Court in December 2016 and the restraining order was lifted. It is therefore important to be clear, that the police report suggesting that I have been convicted of harassment is false.

However, during 2016, I felt I had no option but to blog, trying to keep within the restraining order, to try and stop the paedophile. I have liaised throughout with the LADO structures, with the police investigating the paedophile and with the Independent Inquiry into Child Sexual Abuse as well as with the families of children who the paedophile has abused.

My blogging succeeded in raising the necessary awareness and created a network between the victims and empowered many to put concerted pressure on the authorities.  The result was that we achieved our critical aim of ensuring the paedophile did not have access to children anymore. I was convicted on February 13th at Woolwich of four counts of breaching the restraining order imposed upon me in 2015, but subsequently lifted in 2016. The jury found it hard to reach a majority verdict but after 2 hours and 44 minutes, reached a 10-2 majority verdict. However, I represented myself and this disadvantaged me from challenging injustices in the course of the hearing, including my being prevented from presenting my defence, which denied me a fair trial, hence my appeal.

In December, I wrote to the Truth Project of the Independent Inquiry into Child Sexual Abuse about the danger of reporting restrictions and restraining orders being used to obstruct those struggling to protect children from abuse.

The safety of children is of paramount importance to me. I have spent a lifetime working with children, and raise money every year for Save the Children, through our Christmas Lights, and I feel aggrieved that in taking action to protect them, I have fallen foul of the law, without ever wanting to do so.

In time, I hope I will be vindicated and the truth will out. This has been traumatic for me and for my family, as the emotional cost of taking this action has been high. However, I am proud of what I have done and my family are proud of me. My church are also proud of me and to show this,  I print some of their messages of support at the end of this press release. Jesus was crucified a common criminal for his ministry and beliefs and it is part of the Christian tradition to be prepared to suffer injustice in the pursuit of the good.

(I have appealed. The application runs to 487 pages.)

A selection of the messages I have received from priests around the country:

You brave, courageous and wonderful man.
To stand up for the truth in the face of suppression and oppression
is truly an act of a pure heart. 
You have my fullest support always. God works through men like you. Keep up the good work!
Not only do you have my FULL support and FAITH in your actions, I’m confident that you have the support and faith of all in the OEC.
I cannot imagine what you, your family and the other families have gone through and are going through, fortunately most of us are not exposed to this horror.
Thank God there are brave enough people around like you to take action against atrocious people.
It has taken a lot for you to put this to paper and a lot personally to follow 'the courage of your convictions' no matter what the cost.
You are in my heart as always.
Want to assure you of our fullest support this end. Will be keeping you and your family in our prayers and if there is anything you need or anything you think we can do to help then, please, do not hesitate to ask. 
What an absolute nightmare that you were left with no choice but to put yourselves on the line in this way to safeguard the children. Thank you for your bravery and for all those nights of loss of sleep.  There is no doubt that you are being the best and most caring of Bishops and know that you will always shine a light of righteousness to an unjust situation. But It is unbelievable  that you have been targeted for protecting children from danger and are  being sanctioned for daring  to share truths about real circumstances.  And outrageous that you are having to be restrained in so many ways for exposing the ongoing abuse; the frustration and pain at this unfair system is unbearable.
 I am so sorry that you  and Annette and the family have had to go through this awful ordeal in the pursuit of justice for the safeguarding of children. You unquestionably have my full support and I am sure the support of all our sisters and brothers in the OEC. 

I feel that most of us would not be brave enough to have taken the stance you have in face of all the opposition you have received but I am sure that in time the truth will come out and you  will be proved to have been right in taking the action you did. Until that time you must take comfort in the fact that you can hold your head up high knowing that what you have done is right and justified.

         I am proud to be part of a church that has you as our Archbishop . You are and always have been the most honourable, kind and caring person and we could not have a better person to lead us and I would not want anyone else to do so..

It is absolutely right that you should speak out against child abuse and identify the perpetrators. There have been too many cases where institutions have hidden abuse cases and they are now coming to light, not just churches but a variety of organisations.  It is secrecy that perpetuates such abuse. If people do not speak out then the abuse continues. Well done for speaking out for those who cannot speak for themselves.
I am sorry that you and Annette have suffered because of your belief of what is true and right.  Be uplifted that you have saved others from further abuse. Therefore your efforts have not been in vain. 
The institutions of GB are shown to be centres of abuse  now and historically and the time has come to uncover and speak out. This allows victims to be empowered and to understand that they are blameless. 
So dear Jonathan I applaud you for your bravery, your courage and sense of righteousness. As ever you have my support and love in Christ 
As for all who work and fight for justice be it, personal, professional or societal, energy is needed and courage of conviction essential.  Your words reflect a lightness and a freedom reborn in the fires of truth. For who you are and what you do, we are all blessed in your service. Much love and many blessings to you and your family dear Archbishop.

Others have sent me supportive messages also. 

I just wanted to send you an email as I saw the newspaper article and have since seen your side of the story straight afterwards and the fact that the police have since withdrawn.
It sounds like you have been through absolute hell and I'm so sorry that sometimes the good we do, causes us pain. Only know that God sees the good in you and all that you tried to do and it will never go unnoticed by spirit.
Although it must be so hard, try and move on from this and continue to be the kind and courageous man that you are.

What a joke. The justice system have this wrong. I've known Jonathan for years and he is a kind and caring person. He opens his home to anyone. I truly consider Jonathan Blake to be one of the kindest person' s I know. His 3 boys are lucky to have him as their father. I consider it a privilege to know Jonathan Blake.
Thank you for being brave for these poor abused children . Be proud. I know you always speak out where others would rather bury things.
I’m so sorry to hear that you have had to go through this ordeal in order to bring justice and protect vulnerable children, sending you a great big hug and my hope that this will all come right in the end.
A family for whom I am taking a Baptism, on reading about this wrote to me:

Jonathan we are thrilled to have you - keep up the good work x
I just need you to know I admire your courage and you have my support without a doubt.
As always I thank you for all that you do, and you can be assured that my trust in your work is as strong as ever.
This doesn't have any bearing on our decision to have you lead our wedding service.
You have only tried to fight for justice for those unable to defend themselves, and I'm sure most people would applaud that, even if the law does not.
Such a brave action, be proud, sending you love x
I would still love you to do our wedding, hope the stress becomes a distant memory soon x
We would still love for you to be involved in our service, we can only admire what you have done and what you have been through.
I am so sorry to hear of all the heartache you and your family have been through.  To be falsely accused is unbearable and a lesser person would have been on their knees by now.   There is always a cost to standing up - sadly the cost is often weighed up against standing up which often leads to things not being addressed. You can surely hold your head up - but the cost to your well-being and your family should not be underestimated by the rest of us. I am only too well aware of such costs.Know you are held closely in prayer, thought and high regard.
I had indeed seen some media reports and was of course shocked to see your good name associated with restraining orders and such like! And I of course assumed this must of all come with good reason.

Having read with interest your account and seen the subsequent media and police ‘backtracking’ etc. I just wanted to assure you that you have my full backing here and I wanted to say that my feelings are that of admiration but not surprise that you should have put yourself in a such a position to help others!

I would like to think that if faced with a similar scenario myself I would act the in the same way to protect the interests of children but whether I would be able to display the same level of bravery, when faced with the personal consequences that potentially this could bring, is another matter indeed!  

I do hope things are OK with you and your family? And l look forward to working with you again soon. The feedback, thanks and good wishes I receive from families about you, is testament to you and the excellent level of service you provide, and more importantly the care that you give to those you help through such difficult times.
I did see the article but we are still more than happy for you to do our service, there will be no embarrassment at all for us, or our guests, so please, yes, we still want you.
We are so sorry that this has been happening in your life. We absolutely want you to be apart of our day, that has in no way changed. 
Oh God bless you. Truth always conquers Jonathan. Well done for doing the right thing. Frankly the police thing appalls me. You have a friend in me in this struggle. Take comfort in the fact that in the court of God you have done justice to yourself for doing the right thing.
That is the most important court for all of us in the end.

My family and I want to thank you so much for the lovely service you gave, we realise you attended when you had so much going on and we appreciated your dedication. We will be following your challenges with interest. Keep up the good work against all that is evil.
Knowing you as a person, I cannot imagine for a second that you would be pursuing this without extremely good and justified reasons.  I'm so pleased you continue to court controversy sourced from the strength of your beliefs and actions. You quite simply wouldn't be you to us without them!


Jimmy Savile demonstrated certain traits that are common among skilled paedophiles that it is vital for the public to appreciate.

They believe in themselves and their right to abuse.
They are highly manipulative.
They enjoy deceiving people.
They are adept at knowing what to say and how to say it, to gain the response they want.
They are arrogant, self satisfied and grow ever more confident, the more who fall prey to their devices.
Like Savile, in the end, playing the public becomes a sort of sick sport.
And the more they can bring on side, the more they can taunt their victims, laughing at their inability to do a thing about it, burying them into silence and further humiliation.

For the Savile's of this world, who carve out for themselves a false public persona, children are there for the taking, at their whim and fancy.

However, for the paedophile that I helped manage to stop, there is a crucial difference.

Because of what I and others managed to achieve, he is not working with children. He will never work with children.

However, he may encounter children along life's way. That is a great worry, particularly for parents who may unwittingly allow him to have contacts with their children, unaware that he is an abuser.

I cannot name him or identify him because there are, at the moment, unjustly and wrongly, reporting restrictions.

So it is important to enable the public to be able to protect their children. An important first step is that they need to understand the way child protection structures work.

Often, with paedophiles, there is insufficient evidence to gain convictions through the courts, not least because of the desperate vulnerability of the victims and because of the highly complex, brutal, unpredictable and flawed nature of criminal proceedings.

However, if there is sufficient evidence held by the authorities, often from numerous sources and involving numerous children, that an individual has abused children, then a decision can be taken, never to allow that person to work with children again. It is a statutory decision that is not published, nor any of the evidence that has led to it being taken. That means that the public are completely unaware of it and the paedophiles never have to admit to it. There are many such individuals at large, banned from working with children. They are free to explore any career paths that don't involve children.

The ban on them working with children is only revealed if they try to do so. Organisations working with children must ask for an enhanced DBS certificate, when the ban is highlighted. Knowing this, paedophiles make sure they pursue career paths that don't involve children and no-one need ever be the wiser about what the authorities know about them.

Parents need to be on their guard therefore, highly vigilant for indirect clues and indicators that a person may in fact be under a ban. If one looks carefully at situations, they are not too hard to find, but you have to be looking and you have to understand the way that the systems and paedophiles work.

Regarding the paedophile I helped stop, we are watching him like a hawk.

He knows that reporting restrictions have provided him, at the moment, with anonymity and a certain immunity.

However, if he should ever try to work with children again, or if we discover he has inveigled his way into the company of children again, the court has explained to me how I can immediately take action to protect them from him.

It's only by working together that we can protect our children.

Keep aware. Don't be fooled. Stay on guard. Look out for those hidden clues and keep your children safe.

. The Thread of defamatory comments that were spawned through the media, originated with the erroneous police press release that they had to withdraw and revise. 

My submission to the Truth project and to the Independent Inquiry into Child Sexual Abuse, will I hope, prompt the necessary legislative and safeguarding changes, that are necessary to reform and improve the present structures. Any help that you, as a member of the public, can give to that end, would be significant and would help build a groundswell of pressure upon the authorities to act.

It is only when people become aware, just how vulnerable our children still are to be being abused, because of the prevarication and ulterior motives of adults, that they will be galvanised into action. 

A crystal clear example of this is as follows:

If I am worried now that a child is at risk from a paedophile or is being abused by a paedophile, the government's advice is that I should contact the children's social care team of my local council and share my concerns.
the restraining order prohibits me doing this.
 Does this make sense? No. 
Is it justice? No.
 Does it put children first? No. 
Is it right? No. 

A paedophile has been prevented from having access to children, because I refused to be silenced. I and my family have been through hell though to achieve this.

It is a stark and sobering fact that so many people throughout history have suffered and are suffering unjustly at the hands of the so called 'justice' system.

From those who have been falsely accused, to those who have languished in prison for decades, to those whose lives have been taken from them, who have effectively been murdered by the state, by the courts, by the lawyers and by the juries that wrongly convicted them.

It's easy, for those unaffected, to be blase about such suffering, almost in the glib manner that innocent casualties of war are scooped up in the permissive phrase, 'collateral damage'.

In time the truth can prevail. However, this is of little use for those whose lives were taken from them, who were blighted or whose lives were stolen by incarceration.

The one saving grace, is that those who know, 100%, that they are innocent, like myself and those whose family and friends know, 100%, that they are innocent, like myself, and moreover, those that know, 100%, that they have been acting righteously for the good of others, like myself, and those whose family and friends know, 100%, that they have been acting righteously for the good of others, like myself, are able to accommodate whatever indignities and suffering have been meted out to them, with the firewall of confidence, that love, truth and justice is on their side. That is why the peaceful martyrs of history, who have been unjustly convicted, have been able to die, at the hands of their accusers, with such grace. 

So here I place an incomplete list in whose company I am proud to be placed. It is incomplete, because there is no exhaustive list yet compiled, nor, in fact could there be. There are countless others who are unknown victims of injustice, for whom truth never manage to prevail, who are forgotten or even unknown and so unrecorded.

So these names, while each bearing a story of unjust suffering, are also symbols pointing beyond themselves to the 'collateral damage' of  imperfect and dangerously flawed judicial systems.

Jonathan Blake
Malcolm Alexander
Sally Clark
Angela Cannings
Nora Wall
Richard Jewell
Tammy Marquardt 
Lynn DeJac
Gregory Bright
Delbert Tibbs
Oscar Romero
Michael Lloyd Self
Debbie Tucker Loveless
John Harvey Miller
Jesus Christ
Joyce Ann Brown
The Scillitan Martyrs
Steve Titus
Clarence Brandley
Claus von Bulow
Thomas Martin Thomspon
Raymond Towler
Anthony Porter
Ron Willamson
Dennis Fritz
Jerzy Popiełuszko 
Jeffrey Mark Deskovic
Francisco Franky Carillo
Robert Taylor
Jonathan Barr
James Harden
Thomas Kennedy
Paul Schneider
John Fisher
Mahatma Gandhi
Ilgar Mammadov
Anar Bayramli
Jan Hus
Ramin Bayramov
St Sebastian
Arif Yunus
Robert Lee Veal
Shainne Sharp
Cameron Todd Willingham
Ray Krone
Robert Jones
Juan Rivera
Mahdi Abu Deeb
Mohammad Sanad al-Makina
Abdulhadi al-Khawaja
Hassan Mushaima
Abdelwahab Hussain
Maximilian Kolbe
Abdel-Jalil al-Singace
William Tyndale
Mohammad Habib al-Miqdad
Abdel-Jalil al-Miqdad
Gary Guager
Mark Maxson
Ken Wyniemko
Shareef Cousin
George Wishart
Alan Gell
Richard Alexander
Clarence Elkins
David Camm
Ryan Ferguson
Jerome of Prague
Brian Banks
Hannah Overton
Margaret Pole
Patrick Hamilton
Susan Jean King
Franz Jagerstatter
Anne Askew
Adrian Thomas
Andre Ash
Earl Washington Junior
Johhny Briscoe
Willie Earl Green
Juan Roberto Melendez-Colon
Colin Campbell Ross
Max Stuart
George Blaurock
Darryl Beamish
John Button
Iryna Khalip
Eduard Lobau
Uladzimir Niaklajeu
Alexander McLeod-Lindsay
Edward Splatt
David Szach
Lindy Chamberlain
Thomas More
Ray Mickelberg
Peter Mickelberg
Brian Mickelberg
Graham Stafford
Dietrich Bonhoeffer
Henry Keogh
Andrew Mallard
James Driskell
Yorm Bopha
Aster Fissehatsion
Dawit Isaak
Mahmoud Ahmed Sheriffo
Petros Solomon
Haile Woldetensae
Eskinder Nega
Ebrima Manneh
Robert Baltovich
Donald Marshall Jn
David Milgaard
Guy Paul Morin
Romeo Philion
Thomas Sophonow
Rejean Hinse
Patrick Dils
Hermine Rupp
Atefah Sahaaleh
Osgur Breatnach
Nicky Kelly
Brian Mcnally
Michael Plunkett
Beda Chang
John Fitzpatrick
Meir Tobianski
Amos Baranes
Cecilia Schelingova
Azat Naffso
Arnaldo Lazarovsky
Wang Zhiming
Hamed Zinati
Amanda Knox
Rafaelle Sollecito
Giuseppe Gulotta
Pietro Valpreda
Hugh Latimer
Enzo Tortora
Daniele Barilla
Jose Sanchez del Rio
Fabio Carlino
Sakae Menda
Govinda Prasad Mainali
Toshikazu Sugaya
Nicholas Ridley
Jacinta Francisco Marcial
Bartolome Blanco
Wilco Viets
Herman Dubois
Cees Borsboom
Lucia De Berk
Arthur Allan Thomas
Teina Pora
David Dougherty
David Bain
Eric Volz
Fritz Moen
Per Kristian Liland
Thembekile Molaudzi
Dolores Vazquez
Sture Burgwall
Chang Kuoching
Nguyen Thanh Chen
John Gordon Purvis
Glenn Ford
Anthony Capozzi
Bernard Baran
Leroy Orange
Kirk Bloodsworth
Darryl Hunt
Thomas Haynesworth
John Thompson
Thomas Winslow
Joseph White
Ada JoAnn Taylor
Kathy Gonzalez
James Dean
Debra Shelden
Anthony Ray Hinton
Margaret Kelly Michaels
Steven Avery
Tim Cole
Michael Morton
Kenny Richey
Glen Woodall
Tim Masters
Kenny "Bo" Jones
Santiago Ventura Morales
James Calvin Tillman
Martin Tankleff
Joseph Burrows
Yusef Salaam
Binayak Sen
Soni Sori
Irom Sharmila Chanu
Mordechai Vanunu
Bahman Ahmadi Amou'i
Joseph Smith
Zhila Bani-Yaghoub
Lucy Yi Zhenmei
Cristobal Magallanes Jara
Arzhang Davoodi
John Rogers
Rowland Taylor
Miguel Pro
Hyrum Smith
Ghoncheh Ghavami
William Hunter
Kouhyar Goudarzi
Zeynab Jalaliyan
John Hooper
Mohammad Sadigh Kabudvand
Zhila Karamzadeh-Makvandi
Laurence Saunders
Habibollah Latifi
Francis Taylor
Hossein Ronaghi Maleki
Dirk Willems
Narges Mohammadi
Parvin Mokhtareh
Anton McCray
Raymond Santana
Kevin Richardson
Thomas Cranmer
Kharey Wise
Sir Edmund Campion
Sabrina Butler
Jeffrey Scott Hornoff
Debra Jean Milke
Ricky Jackson
Margaret Ball
Wiley Bridgeman
Lewis Fogle
Randall Dale Adams
Brian Baldwin
Gary Dotson
Verneal Jimerson
Dennis Williams
Kenneth Adams
Willie Rainge
Jospeh Sledge
Cornelius Dupree
Darryl Hunt
Caleb Powers
Leo Frank
Hamad al-Naqi
Azimzhan Askarov
Ali Abd Jalil
Mohamed Cheikh Ould Mkhaitir
Ali Anouzla
Phyo Phyo Aung
Cosmas of Aetolia
Fela Kuti
Oh Hae-won
Thomas Mooney
Jack McCullough
Clarence Earl Gideon
The Martyrs of Compiegne
Rubin Carter
James Joseph Richardson
Nicola Sacco
Bartolomeo Vanzetti
Scottsboro Boys
Jospeh Majczek
Theodore Marcinkiewizk
George Stinney
Ed Johnson
Bill Wilson
The Mickelberg Brothers
Dewey Bozella 
Gerry Conlon 
Arthur Allan Thomas
Rubin Carter 
Steven Truscott
Oscar Neebe
Charles Hudspeth
George Washington Davis
Jack Davis
Dr Samuel Holmes Sheppard 
Chief Leschi
William Jackson Marion
Mahmoud Hussein Mattan
General John D. Lavelle
St Joan of Arc
Charles Butler MacVay 111
Alfred Dreyfus
Jean Calas 
The Salem Witch Trials
Colin Campbell Ross
Thomas Cornell
Lorenzo Ruiz
Oh Hae-won
Feodosia Morozova
Baba Jan
Chen Wei
Dhondup Wangchen
Ershidin Israil
Gao Zhisheng
Guo Feixiong
Francis Ferdinand de Capillas
Guo Xiaojun
Arthur Bell
Vicente Liem de la Paz
Liu Xiaobo
Mao Hengfeng
Shi Tao
Wang Junling
Wang Xiaodong
Mikhail Kosenko
Nikolay Kavkazsky
Ruslan Sokolovsky
Ildar Dadin
Yaroslav Belousov
Alexei Navalny
Raif Badawi
Mohammad bin Saleh al-Bajadi
Saud al-Hashimi
Khaled al-Johani
Hamza Kashgari
Ashraf Fayadh
Issa al-Hamid
Alaa Brinji
Ali Mohammed Baqir al-Nimr
Zuhair Kutbi
Mikhlif al-Shammari
Waleed Abu al-Khair 
Abdulaziz al-Shubaili
Saleh al-Ashwan
Omar al-Said
Abdulrahman al-Hamid
Abdulkareem al-Khoder
Abdullah al-Hamid
Mohammed Fahad al-Qahtani
Fowzan al-Harbi
Fadhel al-Manasif
Ussamah Mohammed
Faisal Saleh
Ali al-Abdullah
Mazen Darwish
Shibal Ibrahim
Riad Seif
Somyot Prueksakasemsuk
Ramzi Abcha
Ghazi Beji
Ruslan Kotsaba
Nasser bin Ghaith
Saifullah Paracha
Azam Farmonov
Alisher Karamatov
Solijon Abdrahmanov
Leopoldo López
Cù Huy Hà Vũ
Le Cong Dinh
Nguyen Dan Que
Nguyen Van Hai
Nguyen Van Ly
Phan Thanh Hai
Ta Phong Tan
Vi Duc Hoi
Trần Huỳnh Duy Thức
Dominic Daley
James Halligan
John Gordon
Wei Quin 'an 
Teng Xingshan 
Nie Shubin
Harry Gleeson
Jiang Guoqing 
Abdollah Momeni
Sayed Ziaoddin (Zia) Nabavi
Mansour Osanlou
Jafar Panahi
Isa Saharkhiz
Mohammad Seifzadeh
Reza Shahabi
Saeed Shirzad
Abdolfattah Soltani
Heshmat Tabarzadi
 Majid Tavakoli
Pavel Sevyarynets
Mikola Statkevich
Anton Suryapin
Sa'eed Mirza al-Nuri
Mohammad Hassan Jawwad
Mohammad Ali Ridha Isma'il
Abdullah al-Mahroos
Abdul-Hadi Abdullah Hassan al-Mukhodher
Ebrahim Sharif
Salah Abdullah Hubail al-Khawaja
Leyla Yunus
Vidadi Isgandarov
Taleh Khasmammadov
Bakhtiyar Guliyev
Mahammad Azizov
Shahin Novruzlu
Rashad Hasanov
Rashadat Akhundov
Zaur Gurbanli
Uzeyir Mammadli 
Ilkin Rustamzade
John Perry, his mother and brother
Timothy Evans
George Kelly
Derek Bentley 
Chipita Rodriguez
Thomas Griffin
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