Petition for Roman Polanski

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Petition for Roman Polanski

We have learned the astonishing news of Roman Polanski's arrest by the Swiss police on September 26th, upon arrival in Zurich (Switzerland) while on his way to a film festival where he was due to receive an award for his career in filmmaking (See, how dare you arrest a FAMOUS kiddy diddler on the way to on of our shindigs. He was going to get an award assholes!).

His arrest follows an American arrest warrant dating from 1978 against the filmmaker, in a case of morals (Morals people! Objecting to someone roofieing a kid and then buggering them is soooo 1950's. All those fundies with their tight anuses, clucking their toungues at our free spirits).

Filmmakers in France, in Europe, in the United States and around the world are dismayed by this decision (cause we thought we were above the law).
It seems inadmissible to them that an international cultural event (wrecking our party), paying homage to one of the greatest contemporary filmmakers (he was FAMOUS), is used by the police to apprehend him (Farking Swiss).

By their extraterritorial nature, film festivals the world over have always permitted works to be shown and for filmmakers to present them freely and safely (Film makers should have diplomatic immunity, we're better than you), even when certain States opposed this (Friggen' tight assed fundies).

The arrest of Roman Polanski in a neutral country (by a neutral country), where he assumed he could travel without hindrance (diplomatic immunity), undermines this tradition (We just invented that, LOL, but thats how it should be) it opens the way for actions of which no-one can know the effects (like personal resposibility, or something stupid like that).

Roman Polanski is a French citizen (Ooh la la, he's now more cultured you American cavemen), a renown and international artist (He's FAMOUS) now facing extradition. This extradition, if it takes place, will be heavy in consequences and will take away his freedom (Who would have thunk it).

Filmmakers, actors, producers (your betters) and technicians (the proles) - everyone involved in international filmmaking (everyone that counts) - want him to know that he has their support and friendship.

On September 16th, 2009, Mr. Charles Rivkin, the US Ambassador to France, received French artists and intellectuals at the embassy. He presented to them the new Minister Counselor for Public Affairs at the embassy, Ms Judith Baroody.In perfect French (Excusé moi, parfait français... Wow! how chic) she lauded the Franco-American friendship and recommended the development of cultural relations between our two countries (French don't like it when you take back your kiddy diddlers, or that's our story anyways).

If only in the name of this friendship between our two countries (because the French will never understand it), we demand the immediate release of Roman Polanski (Because we're FAMOUS, and the rules don't appy).