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Eso es lo que hay que tener para atreverse a denunciar la verdad sobre el
trato de favor en forma de sentencias blandas que están recibiendo las
mujeres que matan a algún miembro de su familia.
Este diario de las Islas Baleares ha recogido 10 casos de muertes violentas
recientes ocurridas en las islas y las correspondientes condenas dictadas
por la Audiencia Provincial de Palma, 5 son hombres y 5 son mujeres, el
diario no comenta nada, se limita a exponerlo para que el lector saque sus
conclusiones.

Un medio de comunicación tiene que tener mucho valor para atreverse a
desvelar la verdad en medio del ambiente feminista que está presente en
todas partes.



Diez casos de muertes violentas ocurridos en la Isla tienen distintas
condenas
En este reportaje nos hemos limitado a publicar diez sentencias dictadas en
la Audiencia Provincial de Palma

PEP MATAS
¿Somos iguales ante la ley? o, por qué no preguntárselo, ante la justicia.
En este reportaje nos hemos limitado a publicar diez sentencias dictadas en
la Audiencia Provincial de Palma. Cinco condenas son para hombres y otras
tantas para mujeres, aunque tampoco se trata de centrar exclusivamente entre
ambo sexos las posibles diferencias y la relación entre el hecho y el
castigo. Todos los casos son o han sido muy conocidos y comentados en todos
los estratos de nuestra sociedad. Está claro que cada uno es distinto a la
hora de ser juzgado. Ahí queda la pregunta.

Peter Oyntzen. El asesino de sa Coma
Delito: Mató a sus dos hijos. Condena: Treinta y cuatro años. Situación
actual: Se encuentra cumpliendo la condena en el centro penitenciario de
Palma.

Yasser Ahmed. El parricida de Palma
Delito: Mató a su padre. Condena: Ocho años. Situación actual: Se encuentra
cumpliendo la condena en el centro penitenciario de Palma.

Miguel Orbe.El asesino que no mató a nadie
Delito: Quiso matar a su ex mujer. Condena: Más de doce años. Situación
actual: Se encuentra cumpliendo la condena en el establecimiento
penitenciario de El Dueso (Santander).

Diego Mas Howard aka Diego Mas Marques. El homicida de Son Caliu
Delito: Mató a Tatiana Vassic. Condena: Quince años. Situación actual: Se
encuentra cumpliendo la condena en el centro penitenciario de Palma.

José García. El asesino de Manacor
Delito: Asesinó a tiros a su compañera. Condena: Dieciseis años y medio.
Situación actual: Se encuentra cumpliendo la condena en el centro
penitenciario de Palma.

Mónica Krieger La parricida de Portocolom
Delito: Mató a sus dos hijos. Condena: Estar en un Psiquiátrico. Situación
actual: pocos años después de los hechos se fue del Psiquiátrico de Palma y
ahora vive en la Península con un hombre y ha tenido otro hijo.

Belén Gil La parricida de Calviá
Delito: Mató a su padre. Condena: Seis años y un día. Situación actual: Fue
asesinada por Bartolomé Clar Camacho en un permiso de salida de la cárcel
por las fiestas de Navidad que ambos obtuvieron.

Sandra Weber La homicida de Cala Millor
Delito: Quiso matar a su marido Condena: Absuelta. Situación actual:Vive en
Alemania. Su marido asistió al juicio que se celebró en Palma y dijo que le
perdonaba. Ambos vinieron a la Isla en viaje de vacaciones.

Catalina Juan. La homicida de Illetes
Delito:Mató a su ex marido. Condena:Cinco años. Situación actual:Ingresó
hace tres años en la cárcel de Palma y en la actualidad está en situación de
Tercer Grado, por lo que sólo tiene que ir al centro a dormir.

Paula Varela La homicida de Can Tápara
Delito:Mató a su novio. Condena:Siete años. Situación actual:Está ingresada
en la cárcel de Palma desde que ocurrieron los hechos, en septiembre de
1999. Esta semana se ha conocido la sentencia.

Somos un grupo de personas que estamos organizando una Plataforma para
luchar contra la discriminación de los Hombres en todos los ámbitos, para
tener fuerza es necesario que seamos muchos, si quieres unirte a esta
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Eso es lo que hay que tener para atreverse a denunciar la verdad sobre el
trato de favor en forma de sentencias blandas que están recibiendo las
mujeres que matan a algún miembro de su familia.
Este diario de las Islas Baleares ha recogido 10 casos de muertes violentas
recientes ocurridas en las islas y las correspondientes condenas dictadas
por la Audiencia Provincial de Palma, 5 son hombres y 5 son mujeres, el
diario no comenta nada, se limita a exponerlo para que el lector saque sus
conclusiones.

Un medio de comunicación tiene que tener mucho valor para atreverse a
desvelar la verdad en medio del ambiente feminista que está presente en
todas partes.



Diez casos de muertes violentas ocurridos en la Isla tienen distintas
condenas
En este reportaje nos hemos limitado a publicar diez sentencias dictadas en
la Audiencia Provincial de Palma

PEP MATAS
¿Somos iguales ante la ley? o, por qué no preguntárselo, ante la justicia.
En este reportaje nos hemos limitado a publicar diez sentencias dictadas en
la Audiencia Provincial de Palma. Cinco condenas son para hombres y otras
tantas para mujeres, aunque tampoco se trata de centrar exclusivamente entre
ambo sexos las posibles diferencias y la relación entre el hecho y el
castigo. Todos los casos son o han sido muy conocidos y comentados en todos
los estratos de nuestra sociedad. Está claro que cada uno es distinto a la
hora de ser juzgado. Ahí queda la pregunta.

Peter Oyntzen. El asesino de sa Coma
Delito: Mató a sus dos hijos. Condena: Treinta y cuatro años. Situación
actual: Se encuentra cumpliendo la condena en el centro penitenciario de
Palma.

Yasser Ahmed. El parricida de Palma
Delito: Mató a su padre. Condena: Ocho años. Situación actual: Se encuentra
cumpliendo la condena en el centro penitenciario de Palma.

Miguel Orbe.El asesino que no mató a nadie
Delito: Quiso matar a su ex mujer. Condena: Más de doce años. Situación
actual: Se encuentra cumpliendo la condena en el establecimiento
penitenciario de El Dueso (Santander).

Diego Mas Howard. El homicida de Son Caliu
Delito: Mató a Tatiana Vassic. Condena: Quince años. Situación actual: Se
encuentra cumpliendo la condena en el centro penitenciario de Palma.

José García. El asesino de Manacor
Delito: Asesinó a tiros a su compañera. Condena: Dieciseis años y medio.
Situación actual: Se encuentra cumpliendo la condena en el centro
penitenciario de Palma.

Mónica Krieger La parricida de Portocolom
Delito: Mató a sus dos hijos. Condena: Estar en un Psiquiátrico. Situación
actual: pocos años después de los hechos se fue del Psiquiátrico de Palma y
ahora vive en la Península con un hombre y ha tenido otro hijo.

Belén Gil La parricida de Calviá
Delito: Mató a su padre. Condena: Seis años y un día. Situación actual: Fue
asesinada por Bartolomé Clar Camacho en un permiso de salida de la cárcel
por las fiestas de Navidad que ambos obtuvieron.

Sandra Weber La homicida de Cala Millor
Delito: Quiso matar a su marido Condena: Absuelta. Situación actual:Vive en
Alemania. Su marido asistió al juicio que se celebró en Palma y dijo que le
perdonaba. Ambos vinieron a la Isla en viaje de vacaciones.

Catalina Juan. La homicida de Illetes
Delito:Mató a su ex marido. Condena:Cinco años. Situación actual:Ingresó
hace tres años en la cárcel de Palma y en la actualidad está en situación de
Tercer Grado, por lo que sólo tiene que ir al centro a dormir.

Paula Varela La homicida de Can Tápara
Delito:Mató a su novio. Condena:Siete años. Situación actual:Está ingresada
en la cárcel de Palma desde que ocurrieron los hechos, en septiembre de
1999. Esta semana se ha conocido la sentencia.

Somos un grupo de personas que estamos organizando una Plataforma para
luchar contra la discriminación de los Hombres en todos los ámbitos, para
tener fuerza es necesario que seamos muchos, si quieres unirte a esta
Plataforma en favor de los derechos de los Hombres suscríbete a la lista de
correo que encontrarás en

no es necesario que aportes ningún dato personal, tan sólo la dirección de
correo que quieras suscribir.
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That's what you need to have to dare to report the truth about the
preferential treatment in the form of soft sentences are receiving
women who kill any member of your family.
This newspaper of the Balearic Islands has collected 10 cases of violent
deaths
Recent that occurred on the islands and corresponding sentences
by the Provincial Court of Palma, five are men and 5 are women,
newspaper says nothing, merely to expose the reader to draw his
conclusions.

A media must have a lot of courage to dare
reveal the truth in the midst of the feminist environment that is present in
everywhere.



Ten cases of violent deaths that occurred on the island have different
convictions
In this report we have limited ourselves to publish ten judgments
the Provincial Court of Palma

PEP MATAS
Are we equal before the law? or, why not ask, to justice.
In this report we have limited ourselves to publish ten judgments
the Provincial Court of Palma. Five convictions are for men and others
many women, but neither is focusing solely between
both sexes potential differences and the relationship between fact and
punishment. All cases are or have been well known and discussed in all
strata of our society. It is clear that each is different from the
time trial. That is the question.

Peter Oyntzen. The murderer of sa Coma
Crime: He killed his two sons. Sentence: Thirty-four years. Situation
Current: he is serving the sentence in the penitentiary
Palm.

Yasser Ahmed. The parricide in Palma
Crime: He killed his father. Sentence: Eight years. Current status: Found
serving his sentence in the prison of Palma.

Miguel Orbe.El murderer did not kill anyone
Crime: I wanted to kill his ex-wife. Sentence: More than twelve years.
Situation
Current: he is serving the sentence in the establishment
prison of Dueso (Santander).

Diego Mas Howard aka Diego Mas Marques. The murder of Son Caliu
Crime: He killed Tatiana Vassic. Sentence: Fifteen years. Current status:
serving his sentence in the prison of Palma.

José García. The murderer of Manacor
Crime: shot dead his partner. Sentence: sixteen and a half years.
Current situation is serving the sentence in the middle
Palma prison.

The Mónica Krieger parricida Portocolom
Crime: He killed his two sons. Sentence: Being in a psychiatric
hospital. Situation
Now: a few years after the events went Psychiatric de Palma
now he lives in the Peninsula with a man and had another son.

The parricide Belén Gil Calvia
Crime: He killed his father. Sentence: Six years and one day. Current
situation: It was
Clar killed by Bartholomew Camacho in an exit permit from prison
for Christmas parties both they obtained.

The murder of Sandra Weber Cala Millor
Crime: He wanted to kill her husband Sentence: acquitted. Current
situation: Live in
Germany. Her husband attended the trial held in Palma and said he
She forgave him. Both came to the island on vacation trip.

Catalina Juan. The murder of Illetes
Crime: He killed her ex-husband. Sentence: Five years. Current
situation: Joined
three years ago in Palma prison and now he is in a position
Third grade, so just go downtown to sleep.

Paula Varela's murder Can Tapara
Crime: He killed her boyfriend. Sentence: Seven years. Current
situation: It is entered
Palma in prison since the events occurred in September
1999. This week has known the sentence.

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UNITED STATES OF AMERICA ) v. ) ) ) Cr. No. 09-10304-MLW
DIEGO MASMARQUES, Defendant. ) ) MEMORANDUM AND ORDER WOLF, D.J.
September 22, 2015 Defendant Diego MasMarques has filed a Motion to
Seal, asking the court to seal the record of this case on the PACER
system and to remove the record from the Federal Bureau of
Investigation's ("FBI") National Criminal Information Center ("NCIC")
database (the "Motion"). The Motion is being denied for the reasons
explained below. I. BACKGROUND On July 17, 2000, MasMarques, who is an
American citizen, was convicted of two counts of burglary and one count
of willful homicide in Spain. The Spanish court sentenced him to one
year in prison on the first burglary count, two years in prison on the
second burglary count, and twelve years in prison on the homicide count.
In 2005, pursuant to a Transfer Treaty, he was transferred to the
United States to serve the remainder of his sentence. Prior to his
transfer to the United States, MasMarques signed a form consenting to
serve the remainder of his sentence Case 1:09-cr-10304-MLW Document 7
Filed 09/22/15 Page 1 of 7
2 according to the laws of the United States. By signing the form, he
agreed that his "conviction or sentence can only be modified or set
aside through appropriate proceedings brought by me or on my behalf in
Spain." See Feb. 13, 2006 Verification of Consent to Transfer (Docket
No. 1-4). MasMarques's case was initially assigned to the Eastern
District of Wisconsin for performance of the verification proceedings
required by 18 U.S.C. §4108. On August 20, 2008, MasMarques was
released to a three-year term of supervised release in the Southern
District of New York. On June 2, 2009, with the permission of the
Probation Office, MasMarques moved to Woburn, Massachusetts. As a
result, his case was transferred to this court for supervision during
the remainder of his period of supervised release. See 18 U.S.C.
§4106A(b)(3). On January 18, 2013, MasMarques, acting pro se, filed a
motion requesting that the court seal the record of his conviction in
Spain. In addition, he requests that the court remove a negative
"alert" that appears in the FBI's NCIC database. He claims that the
availability of his criminal record has harmed his ability to find a
job. He maintains that allowing this criminal record to be publicly
accessible violates his rights under the Double Jeopardy Clause. Case
1:09-cr-10304-MLW Document 7 Filed 09/22/15 Page 2 of 7
3 II. DISCUSSION MasMarques's Motion to Seal presents four issues:
(1) whether public availability of his criminal record constitutes a
second punishment in violation of the Double Jeopardy Clause of the
Fifth Amendment; (2) whether the court should seal the record of his
conviction; (3) whether the court has authority to order the removal of
the negative "alert" based on his case that appears in the FBI's NCIC
database; and (4) whether the court has authority to expunge
MasMarques's criminal record. MasMarques is proceeding pro se.
Therefore, his motion will be construed liberally. See Erickson v.
Pardus, 551 U.S. 89, 94 (2007). Nevertheless, there is no legal
basis to grant the relief that he requests. Therefore, his Motion is
being denied. A. Double Jeopardy The Double Jeopardy Clause
"safeguards an individual against (1) a second prosecution for the same
offense, following an acquittal; (2) a second prosecution for the same
offense, following a conviction; and (3) multiple punishments for the
same offense." United States v. Stoller, 78 F.3d 710, 714 (1st Cir.
1996) (quoting United States v. Rivera-Martinez, 931 F.3d 148, 152 (1st
Cir.), cert. denied, 502 U.S. 862 (1991)). "The Clause protects only
against the imposition of multiple criminal punishments for the same
offense . . . and then only when such Case 1:09-cr-10304-MLW Document
7 Filed 09/22/15 Page 3 of 7
4 occurs in successive proceedings." Hudson v. United States, 522 U.S.
93, 99 (1997) (emphasis in original). In determining whether a
government action is "punishment" for purposes of the Double Jeopardy
Clause, courts examine the totality of the circumstances to determine
whether its objectives or effects are "punitive" in nature. See
Stoller, 78 F.3d at 721. The public availability of the records of
MasMarques's conviction under the PACER, CORI, and NCIS system is not
a "punishment" in violation of the Double Jeopardy Clause. Many courts
have recognized that "[t]he dissemination of accurate public record
information concerning an individual's past criminal activities holds
"the potential for substantial negative consequences." E.B. v.
Verniero, 119 F.3d 1077, 1099 (3d Cir. 1997). "Nevertheless, our laws'
insistence that information regarding criminal proceedings be publicly
disseminated is not intended as punishment and has never been regarded
as such." Id. at 1100. The purpose of these systems is "regulatory,"
and they, therefore, are "not punishment even though it may bear
harshly on one affected." Doe v. Pataki, 120 F.3d 1263, 1279 (2d Cir.
1997) (quoting Flemming v. Nestor, 363 U.S. 603, 613 (1960).
Furthermore, the negative effects of publicly disseminating criminal
records do not "implicate any interest of fundamental constitutional
magnitude." See Verniero, 119 F.3d at 1103. Therefore, the
availability of the Case 1:09-cr-10304-MLW Document 7 Filed 09/22/15
Page 4 of 7
5 PACER records, the NCIC alerts, and the resulting negative effects
do not constitute a second punishment in violation of the Double
Jeopardy Clause. B. Sealing MasMarques's Court Records In the United
States, there is a common law presumption of public access to judicial
records. See Nixon v. Warner Commc'ns, Inc., 435 U.S. 589, 597 (1978);
United States v. Kravetz, 706 F.3d 47, 62 (1st Cir. 2013). This
presumption "stems from the premise that public monitoring of the
judicial system fosters the important values of 'quality, honesty and
respect for our legal system.'" Siedle v. Putnam Investments, Inc.,
147 F.3d 7, 9-10 (1st Cir. 1998). Furthermore, Congress has recognized
a "compelling public need" to keep criminal records publicly available.
United States v. Schnitzer, 567 F.2d 536, 539 (2d Cir. 1977). When
evaluating a motion to seal a court record, the court "carefully
balances the competing interests that are at stake in the particular
case." Siedle, 147 F.3d at 10. MasMarques contends that it is unfair
to allow the record of his case to be publicly accessible through the
court's PACER system because public availability of the record has
made it difficult for him to find a job . If courts were to allow the
stigma resulting from the public record of a case to outweigh the
public right of access, then virtually all criminal records Case
1:09-cr-10304-MLW Document 7 Filed 09/22/15 Page 5 of 7
6 would be sealed. The balance might lean more in MasMarques's favor
if he had been acquitted or exonerated of the charges in Spain. See
Diamond v. United States, 649 F.2d 496, 499 (7th Cir. 1981).
However, the presumptive public right of access to court records is not
outweighed solely because the record has an adverse effect on the
defendant's livelihood, as such rule would vitiate the presumptive
public right of access. Indeed, "courts must be reluctant to
substitute their judgment for that of employers, legislators, and others
in whom the discretion to give second chances is more properly vested."
United States v. Barrow, 06-Cr-1086(JFK), 2014 WL 2011689, at *2.
Consequently, the court is denying MasMarques's request to seal the
record of this case. C. Removing the "Alert" from the NCIC Database
28 U.S.C. §534 directs the Attorney General to maintain a criminal
records database. MasMarques complains that his criminal record is
accessible in this database. However, courts are without authority to
order removal of a criminal record from the NCIC database. See Carter
v. United States, 431 Fed. Appx. 104, 105-06 (3d Cir. 2011); United
States v. Lucido, 612 F.3d 871, 875 (6th Cir. 2010). Therefore, the
court must deny MasMarques's request. Case 1:09-cr-10304-MLW
Document 7 Filed 09/22/15 Page 6 of 7
7 D. Expunging MasMarques's Criminal Record MasMarques also appears
to request that the cou rt expunge the American court records of his
convictions in Spain. However, federal courts lack subject matter
jurisdiction to expunge criminal records based solely on "equitable
reasons," meaning "grounds that rely only on notions of fairness and are
entirely divorced from legal considerations." United States v. Coloian,
480 F.3d 47, 52 (1st Cir. 2009). MasMarques provides no legal basis to
expunge his record. The court does not have jurisdiction to expunge his
record on these grounds. See id. III. ORDER In view of the foregoing,
it is hereby ORDERED that Defendant's Motion to Seal (Docket No. 4) is
DENIED. /s/ Mark L. Wolf UNITED STATES DISTRICT JUDGE
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> record on these grounds. See id. III. ORDER In view of the foregoing,
> it is hereby ORDERED that Defendant's Motion to Seal (Docket No. 4) is
> DENIED. /s/ Mark L. Wolf UNITED STATES DISTRICT JUDGE


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