Today, the Israeli High Court of Justice rejected Mordechai Vanunu's petition to cancel the injunction forbidding him from leaving Israel. I responded via the postal service and the World Wide Web to:
Justices Eliezer Rivlin, Elyakim Rubinstein and Hanan Metzer
The Supreme Court
Dear Justices Eliezer Rivlin, Elyakim Rubinstein and Hanan Metzer,
Before this letter reaches you, this information will have been published first and disseminated from my website http://wearewideawake.org/ .
I write you because Israel continues to claim "that Vanunu is still considered a real danger to the security of Israel, as he holds state secrets that have not been published, which he said in the past he would reveal as soon as the opportunity presented itself." 
I write you because in your decision that continues to deny the "petitioner" Mordechai Vanunu his right to leave Israel you wrote: "The court cannot be blindfolded and ignore what is happening in front of its eyes. The petitioner chose a unique path...in fighting against Israel's policies". [Ibid]
The prosecution charged that Vanunu should not be allowed the right to leave Israel for he posed "a real danger to the security of Israel" and the Judges stressed Vanunu had contacts with unspecified "foreign elements." [Ibid]
I write you to inform you that I was not a reporter when I met Vanunu in 2005, but I became one when we began a series of interviews that culminated in the enclosed book, BEYOND NUCLEAR: Mordechai Vanunu's FREEDOM of SPEECH Trial and My Life as a Muckraker: 2005-2010
I want you to know that Vanunu "fired" me as a friend and supporter on Face Book as well as in real life within three days of its publication but as an act of conscience I have --and will-continue to report on the ongoing saga of Vanunu until he is free to leave Israel.
I want you to know that ever since Vanunu quit talking to me, I have garnered all my information about him from his You Tube Channel vanunuvmjc for Vanunu has become his own Media:
Prosecutor continues to claim concern that Israel's state security would be
undermined if the draconian restrictions imposed upon Vanunu were lifted, but
in 2004 it was already reported:
"At the time of his release Vanunu was banned from talking to the media, mixing with foreigners and leaving the country for at least one year. Later the government relented and allowed him to speak to foreigners and the media, but not about his work at the Dimona nuclear plant. Israel claims he still holds some of its nuclear secrets. Vanunu, however, said that he had "no more secrets' to reveal."