Adelaide Institute salutes a Catholic Priest for upholding the moral and intellectual values of truth and justice

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Adelaide Institute salutes a Catholic Priest for upholding the moral and intellectual values of truth and justice

Mr Charles Zentai

 

Father John Flynn on Charles Zentai

 

Charlie has proved himself to be:

a good man
a good citizen
a good husband
a good father
a good family man
a good worker
a good Catholic
a good Christian
a good parishioner

 

He is a man who has shown that he is not:-
Arrogant or rude
Pushy or resentful
Spiteful or agro
Untrustworthy or deceitful
Vengeful  or mean spirited
Intolerant or racist
Proud or conceited

 

The full letter

FR John B. Flynn SAC

Catholic Presbytery,
53 Tudor Avenue,
RIVERTON 6148
WESTERN AUSTRALIA
Telephone: (08) 9457 2424
Fax: (08) 9354 5083
Email: flynnjohnb@ozemail.com.au

9th July 2005

Sen. The Hon. Chris Ellison
Minister for Customs and Justice
89 Aberdeen St
Northbridge 6003



Dear Senator,

It is most likely you have never met, person to person, Mr. Charles Zentai. You have heard certain things about him and you are being called upon to make certain critical decisions about him.

Before making your decision would it not be good to make a point of meeting him so that when you come to make your decision it will be about someone you know, at least to a point, rather than someone you only know about, at least to a point?

As a Senator, representing the citizens of this State, in view of the magnitude of the decision you will be called upon to make, it is surely crucial that you meet this citizen of West Australia.

I have know Charlie for over thirty years – from the time when I was in the parish 1967 – 1976 and over the four years since my return. Charlie is a parishioner I know quite well. I can tell you that he is a first class Catholic and is filled with a truly Christian spirit. He is one of the kindest, gentlest persons one would wish to meet, who would not harm a fly. He is the sort of person who has not a bad word to say about anyone. The care, self-sacrifice and dedication to his wife over the years of her terminal illness were inspirational and he spared no cost or effort in getting all available treatment possible for her. There is much I could go on to say about him and my own feelings about the matter but perhaps the following sums it up:

Charles Zentai has been a resident in West Australia for some fifty five years and has in the meantime become an Australian citizen. Over these fifty five years by his life, words and actions, Charlie has proved himself to be:

a good man
a good citizen
a good husband
a good father
a good family man
a good worker
a good Catholic
a good Christian
a good parishioner

He is a man who has shown that he is not:-
Arrogant or rude
Pushy or resentful
Spiteful or agro
Untrustworthy or deceitful
Vengeful or mean spirited
Intolerant or racist
Proud or conceited

Whilst these observations come from my own subjectivity, I am fully confident they express what is objectively true about the man.

For this good man to be extradited in order to face a charge of murder for which no hard evidence could surely be produced (as I said to someone – Where’s the gun? Where are the bullets? Where are the fingerprints? Where’s the DNA? Who are the living witnesses?) and to be separated, probably for the rest of the short life that remains to him from the family he loves, from the place where the body of his wife is buried, from his adopted homeland, would be, in my opinion, a gross act of inhumanity and a grave injustice.  (emphasis added - AI)

I am aware that the final decision about extradition lies with you and I am confident that in making this decision, which lies in the future somewhat after the now necessary legal processes are completed, you will not be influenced by political persuasion, but rather by justice and truth, compassion and genuine humanitarianism.

Yours faithfully

Fr John B. Flynn, SAC – Parish Priest Riverton

 

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