Πέμπτη, 26 Αυγούστου 2010
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TSIMPEDES LAW FIRM
Dear Ms. Lewis, The Tsimpedes Law Firm represents the Cyprus’ Movement for Refugees and Displaced Mothers (“Cyprus Movement”) that is headquartered in the Republic of Cyprus. I have been requested to forward this letter to you as Rihanna’s agent. The Cyprus Movement consists of many individuals who became refugees in their own Country during the 1974 barbaric invasion by Turkey that divided the island. Ever since, Northern Cyprus is occupied by Turkish forces, against United Nations resolutions and the condemnation of the entire world. Turkey defines the area as the “Turkish Republic of Northern Cyprus,” although “Turkish Gaza” is more appropriate as Turkey’s actions have isolated its residents from the rest of the world. The Turkish Gaza is not recognized as a country by any other nation, with the exception of Turkey. Turkey’s brutal invasion of Cyprus displaced nearly 200,000 civilians from their properties and have since been denied returning permanently to properties they still own. The refugees included seniors, mothers and children. They endured living nightmares and atrocities that still haunt them today, including torture, rapes and witnessing their loved ones being murdered in cold blood. The invasion cost the lives of nearly 6,000 Cypriots, about 6% of the population of the Island. Today, Cyprus has been accepted as a full member of the European Union, although people in the Turkish Gaza are denied rights that come with their European Citizenship because of Turkey. Under this pretext, performers like Ms. Lopez and Robyn “Rihanna” Fenty are sought to promote events in Turkish Gaza to conceal its dark history. The Turkish Gaza claims it is a “de facto” while the only supporting fact is the presence of 40,000 Turkish Troops oppressing Cypriots. There is only one recognized Government on the island nation of Cyprus and that is the Republic of Cyprus recognized by the entire civilized world.The Cyprus’ Movement is a voice for many people who survived the atrocities of 1974. To what may be attributed to your agency’s credit, Jennifer Lopez declined to perform in the Turkish Gaza after being informed of its history by my client. The Cyprus’ Movement’s previous letter to you pertaining to Ms. Lopez and its response was encouraging and such a response is called for once again due to the performance’s anticipated venue that will include the trespass upon property belonging to refugees. I am the attorney for a Class Action lawsuit seeking to protect property rights in the North of Cyprus for their legitimate owners, prohibiting the Turkish Gaza from issuing fraudulent title to real estate that still belongs to refugees. Many courts have already recognized that refugees still hold title to their property. In addition, potential performances in the Turkish Gaza may give rise to claims for trespass and further causes of actions. Artists performing in the Turkish Gaza must be aware of the legal issues because of the liability that a performer may encounter for performing in the Turkish Gaza. The Cyprus’ Movement requests that Ms. Fenty and her agents become aware of these facts and take appropriate action. Kindly, forward my letter to your counsel. Please have you or your attorney contact me within 5 business days of this letter.