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Letter to Hamad Al-Haroun


Dear Mr Al-Haroun,


I am writing this letter because I hope it may assist domestic and international law enforcement authorities in capturing and incarcerating you. I am doing this because I believe you are a criminal psychopath and a danger to society.


The image and data above are from one of your several INTERPOL warrants. At last count I knew of four; I do not know how many INTERPOL warrants exist against you as of this day but I would not imagine it has gone down.


I recall your repeated fantasies that you would engage me in, all of which seemed to involve other people placing loaded firearms against the side of your head and threatening to pull the trigger at point blank range. It's a shame that none of these imaginary people actually did this. You have caused by your actions immense harm to others and you continue to do so. And you care not a jot.


I recall your morbidly driving me round a graveyard, talking of how the dead souls were going to come back to life; and your comments supportive of ISIS.


I also recall your telling me that my biggest failing is in showing people mercy. This is not a weakness. It is a strength: The quality of mercy is not strained. It droppeth as the gentle rain from heaven, upon the place beneath. It is twice blest; It blesseth him that gives and him that takes.


However I assure you that you are one of those exceptional cases in which no mercy will be shown. You are simply too evil a person.


You are a dangerous psychotic fantasist who has only the most tenuous of grips on reality. You are a serial criminal, perpetrating crines of grievous nature - and possibly even the most grievous - wherever you see the opportunity.


For some perverse reason I do not understand, you actually enjoy committing crimes more than acquiring wealth, political advancement, family nourishment or perpetuating social and professional relationships.


I do not know why you are like this; but I presume it is the reason why your wife, Nouf Al-Sabah, a relatively normal member of the Kuwaiti Royal Family, will have nothing to do with you.


You may be assured that I shall not rest until you are brought to justice.


Yours sincerely,


Matthew Parish

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