Welcome to Justice for Kim
The global war on drugs has failed, with devastating consequences for individuals and societies around the world. Fifty years after the initiation of the UN Single Convention on Narcotic Drugs, and 40 years after President Nixon launched the US government’s war on drugs, fundamental reforms in national and global drug control policies are urgently needed. See http://www.globalcommissionondrugs.org/ for further details.
For decades the US Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) has conducted an escalating and largely futile war on drugs - a war they are losing. It has led to rising crimes rates, widespread corruption among officials, violations of human rights and destruction of families for generations. This case represents one of them.
The purpose of this website is to provide factual information for friends, relatives, the justice-seeking individuals, politicians and NGOs about Kim's case as well as making journalists and/or government representatives aware of his situation.
People that are interested in human rights and justice will hopefully read this and feel that this is a matter that worth looking into. This we hope will force the truth to be revealed.
This site does not support legalizing drugs, due to the damage drugs can do to people and society. However, the case against Kim is based on what is becoming more and more evident - an illegal and highly unethical police operation. As a consequence at least one life is at stake.
The true story here is one of bad police work which could destroy the lives of many people. Without Tomas Lilius, without the Swedish police and without the US DEA, the crime Kim was viewed guilty of could never have been committed. Who then should be seen as the guilty party? And who then has really broken the law, not to mention all moral codes?
There is another reason why we have to take this fight. We cannot accept the way the DEA and other members of police forces manipulate the legal process, by not actively working for fair trials. We all have a responsibility to prevent this kind of police work taking place in the future. It is against the concept of human rights.
To use Thailand as a place where the DEA and Swedish police can get rid of their own citizens by means that are not allowed by their own countries' laws is just not right. One might wish that Kim and his family would be the last to have to suffer from these kinds of actions, but we fear there will be many more – until someone puts a stop to entrapment procedures.
Kim partly made it possible for the police to commit this crime. This unfortunate event would never have happened if the police kept clear of unlawful methods. A healthy society should protect and help their citizens, not execute them.
The truth must be revealed - who did what when, and why? Those people active in a case of entrapment like this must be exposed - and brought to justice.
For information relating to Kim's personal situation you may apply for membership of the Facebook group Justice for Kim .