Dear Prime Minister Trumbull,
I am writing to respectfully ask you to intervene and rescue an Iranian refugee currently detained by your government on the island of Manus. He is a young cartoonist and goes by the name of Eaten Fish. He has languished in deplorable conditions in your detention facility for more than three years.
It’s time to free him and get him the medical attention he now needs as a result of the years of abuse and hardship he’s suffered as a result of his imprisonment.
In sending you this email I am adding my name to the international outcry and protest that the Australian government would condone and tolerate such treatment of those housed in the immigration centres, all sincerely wanting you to see what is wrong in doing so when many, as with the detainee Eaten Fish, have suffered so much already.
The international community looks on hoping the Australian government will intervene in this case, whilst respecting international law treating all those looking for refuge in accordance with it too.