International Criminals: Our reference: OTP-CR-76/22
Shantanu Panigrahi <email@example.com>
Sat, 5 Feb at 12:06
Dear Prosecutor at the International Criminal Court
I have repeatedly informed 38 Degrees that I have far more important proceedings to worry about than to get involved in its petitions, but they keep sending me these annoying emails to harass me knowing fully well that the Government of the United Kingdom is answerable to the International Criminal court for the 24 years of State-organised persecution that it has subjected me to with its internal and external allies. Please note the contents ot the email that I sent Norton Security to which there has been no response: ToNortonSecurity(Siphoningofunds4Feb2022.docx
The sooner you can advise me on the progress of the consideration of the International Criminals brought to your jurisdiction under Your Claim Reference OTP-CR-76/22, the sooner this matter can be laid at rest.
Please acknowledge receipt of this email immediately so that I know one way or the other whether the investigation has started or will start and if so what further evidence you need from me.
Dr Shantanu Panigrahi
3 Hoath Lane
Kent ME8 0SL
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From: Angus O'Brien - 38 Degrees <firstname.lastname@example.org>
To: "email@example.com" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Sent: Saturday, 5 February 2022, 10:41:07 GMT
Subject: Shantanu, Farrukh, and Priti Patel
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“Waiting is not like hurting you physically, but it is torture mentally.” 
Farrukh doesn’t know what tomorrow will bring. He’s lived in the UK for 19 years, but any day now the Home Office could decide to remove Farrukh and his family from the country. He’s spent more than £50,000 on visas and legal fees. He’s filled out thousands of pages of forms. But it’s the waiting, he says, which is like “mental torture”. 
Farrukh, who’s been working for the NHS during the pandemic, recently told his story in a new, BAFTA-nominated documentary exposing the human impact of ever-tightening immigration policies.  The documentary paints a picture of a system that’s impossible to understand and makes life barely tolerable for migrants living here legally.
But there’s one thing we know: public pressure can be the difference in situations like this. The Home Office is reviewing Farrukh’s case right now, so we need to act. 100,000 people have already signed a petition calling on the Home Secretary, Priti Patel, to do the right thing and let him and his family stay.  But if we're going to get her to listen, more of us need to be speaking out.
So, Shantanu, will you be there for Farrukh today and sign the petition? It takes just 30 seconds to add your name.
YES - I'll sign and help Farrukh
Farrukh keeps 3 printers in his attic.  Printing pages and pages of forms is central to the mind-boggling immigration application process – his family could be uprooted if he wasn’t able to print one day.
It’s unimaginable for most of us. The fact a broken printer could mean you and your kids – who only speak English, having only ever lived in the UK – could be forced out of the country.
But there are thousands more like Farrukh in our country today.  And the best way to shine a light on our inhumane immigration system is to listen to people like Farrukh and support them when they need our help.
We’ve done it before. Like when more than 80,000 of us helped prevent Wadih’s deportation and we sent 16,000 tweets to stop Pauline being forced out of the country.  We’ve come together in our thousands time and time again to support those in our communities. Let’s do it again for Farrukh and his family.
So, Shantanu will you be there for Farrukh today by signing the petition? It takes just 30 seconds to add your name.
YES - I'll sign and help Farrukh
Thank you for being involved,
Angus, Megan, David and the 38 Degrees team
 The Guardian: ‘Waiting is mental torture’: how Hostile exposes the human cost of Britain’s immigration policies
 See note 1.
 Hostile: "It's not British, It's Brutish"
The Independent: NHS worker who has spent 17 years trying to comply with Home Office red tape now faces being kicked out of UK
 38 Degrees: Citizenship for NHS IT Engineer Farrukh Sair
 The Independent: Nearly 1.4m people in UK cannot access public funds – with burden falling on Bame groups, finds report
 38 Degrees: Please save my wife Pauline Taylor-French
38 Degrees: Do not deport Wadih Chourey back to Lebanon
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