Inday Espina Varona
9 March 2020
Joma Sison on getting information from the Dutch police re threats to his person. I asked him for details. He narrates what went down, with permission to share.
“Last Friday, March 7, the Utrecht police came to my residence around 12:30 p.m. and talked to Julie and me first about a forthcoming March 10 demonstration against me in The Hague and to take precautionary measures at home and wherever I go because there are threats against my personal safety.
We discussed the alarm system in the house, the extra latches on the door, the need for a companion where I go and the CCTV on my street and in the vicinity of the NDFP International Office at Utrecht centrum.We were advised to contact the police in case we notice any threat.”