SIGN PETITION DEMANDING NATIONAL ACTION AGAINST POLICE BRUTALITY

This is new Facebook photo for Dominika Jones' page. She is the mother of Aiyana Jones, murdered by Detroit police in 2010. Her husband Charles Jones was framed as part of a cover-up and sentenced to 40-60 years in prison.

This is new Facebook photo for Dominika Jones’ page. She is the mother of Aiyana Jones, murdered by Detroit police in 2010. Her husband Charles Jones was framed as part of a cover-up and sentenced to 40-60 years in prison.

NATIONAL ACTION AGAINST POLICE BRUTALITY!

This petition will be delivered to:

UNITED STATES ATTORNEY GENERAL – ERIC HOLDER

Danette ChavisPetition by Danette Chavis New York, NY

CLICK ON http://www.change.org/petitions/national-action-against-police-brutality to sign petition

INVESTIGATIONS “CASE BY CASE” HAVE NOT AND SHALL NOT REMEDY THE PROBLEM! AS ONE IS BEING INVESTIGATED “HUNDREDS MORE” ARE MOUNTING UP! AND INDEED, POLICE BRUTALITY HAS ESCALATED TO THE LEVEL OF “NATIONAL PROPORTIONS”. THOUSANDS UPON THOUSANDS ARE BEING “STOPPED AND FRISKED” FOR NO REASON WHATSOEVER. THE LOSS OF LIFE THAT HAS OCCURRED AT THE HANDS OF POLICE HAS ESCALATED TO WHERE “UNARMED INDIVIDUALS” ARE BEING “FIRED UPON” AND “KILLED” AND WEEKS AND MONTHS GO BY – WITH “NO EXPLANATION” FOR THESE SHOOTINGS BY THEIR DEPARTMENT!

Photo on petition.

Photo on petition.

THE STATE ATTORNEY GENERAL WITHIN THESE STATES HAVE “REFUSED TO ACT” – LEAVING ALL ACTION TO BE TAKEN BY THE COMMISSIONER’S OF THESE DEPARTMENTS. AND THE COMMISSIONER’S HAVE “JUSTIFIED” THE ACTIONS OF THESE OFFICERS – AND IN MANY CASES “PROMOTED THEM” AFTER THE KILLING OF THESE VICTIMS. THE MECHANISMS THAT HAVE BEEN PUT IN PLACE HAVE “ALL FAILED” AND THE ESCALATION OF POLICE BRUTALITY IS “EVIDENCE” OF THAT FAILURE.

WE HAVE WITNESSED THE CONFESSIONS OF POLICE THEMSELVES WHO HAVE TESTIFIED THAT THEY WERE “MADE TO ISSUE SUMMONSES” AND “MAKE ARRESTS” WITHOUT CAUSE – AND THE SUBSEQUENT “HARASSMENT” WHICH FOLLOWED “IMMEDIATELY AFTER” THEIR REFUSAL. WE HAVE HEARD TESTIMONY IN COURT HOW THEY INDEED “PLANTED NARCOTICS” ON “INNOCENT VICTIMS” – SIMPLY TO MEET THE “QUOTA REQUIRED” CONCERNING AN ARREST. YET, THOSE INDIVIDUALS REMAIN INCARCERATED FOR THE CRIME ACCUSED.

THE RECOURSE OF THE PEOPLE HAS BEEN THWARTED, SO THAT THERE REMAINS “NO COURSE OF ACTION” THAT CAN BE TAKEN. THEREFORE, THIS EPIDEMIC WHICH HAS REACHED “NATIONAL PROPORTIONS” HAS BEEN PRESENTED TO THE ATTORNEY GENERAL OF THE UNITED STATES, FOR IMMEDIATE INVESTIGATION, ACTION AND REMEDY.

Detroiters who testified against the killings of their loved ones by Detroit police at Police Commission hearing.

Detroiters who testified against the killings of their loved ones by Detroit police at Police Commission hearing.

AS THE ATTORNEY GENERAL OF THE UNITED STATES, THE OCCUPIER OF OFFICE IS THE “CHIEF LAW ENFORCER” HAVING JURISDICTION OVER BOTH “STATE” AND “GOVERNMENT” IN ISSUES CONCERNING “LAW”. AND WHEN VIOLATIONS OF LAW ARE “RAMPANT” “UN-CHECKED” AND “UNABATED” – HE HAS A “SWORN DUTY” TO RESPOND THOSE VIOLATIONS.

LAW ENFORCEMENT ACROSS THE UNITED STATES HAS “ABUSED THE AUTHORITY” VESTED IN THEM, AND HAVE VIOLATED ON A “CONTINUAL BASIS” THE LAW ITSELF. BUT NO ACTION HAS BEEN TAKEN, EITHER BY THEIR DEPARTMENT OR ATTORNEY GENERALS WITHIN THEIR STATE.

THEREFORE, PETITION IS MADE BEFORE THE ATTORNEY GENERAL OF THE UNITED STATES TO NOT ONLY “ACT” ON BEHALF OF THE PEOPLE OF THE UNITED STATES, BUT TO FULFILL THE OBLIGATIONS OF THE OFFICE – FOR WHICH HE HAS “SWORN AN OATH” TO FULFILL UPON HIS OCCUPANCY!

LET IT BE UNDERSTOOD: THAT A “FAILURE” OR REFUSAL TO “ACT” IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE OBLIGATIONS CONCERNING THOSE DUTIES, SIGNIFIES AN “INABILITY” TO HOLD THE OFFICE – WHICH IS “NOW” BEING HELD.

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17 Responses to SIGN PETITION DEMANDING NATIONAL ACTION AGAINST POLICE BRUTALITY

  1. Rick Morse says:

    signed. sealed. delivered.

  2. “Defeat police brutality, now!!” “All power to the people!!”

  3. Abdullah El Malik Muhammad says:

    You have my signature as well as my support

  4. La Rhonda N. Patterson says:

    SHUT THEM DOWN!!! IF WE DONT STAND FOR SOMETHING….WE WILL FALL FOR ANYTHING!!! NOT ANY MORE!!!

  5. RRonnie Graham says:

    The time has come for us as a people to stand up and demand that this disregard for the rights of black people by law enforcement stop. The life of a black man is no longer a valuable commodity. The police must be held accountable for their actions.

  6. thank you for giving us a nationwide… worldwide platform on which to take a stand.

  7. Michael McClendon says:

    we need to end police brutality everywhere…

  8. This stuff needs to end let’s all 45 billion of us stock together on one front and we will make them crumble to their knees

  9. Zavaris J says:

    Stop killing us.

  10. Angie Wilkerson says:

    This police brutality has to stop in america it’s going to far and now it’s time to put a stop to it once and for all!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  11. Ralston hall says:

    we are taking a step in the right direction towards police brutality it can’t continue like this because if you don’t catch these brutality on camera it will make no sense trying get it to the grand jury because these people knew how to fix crime scene

  12. sara liburd says:

    I take a stand for all black and hispanic men……black lives matter

  13. Jacqueline C.Graham-Younger says:

    Let’s stand together to end this gruesome act.

  14. lila bendkowska says:

    These police are too immature to carry weapons: what happened to due rights, and arrest warrants?

  15. Laurie ShererWeinsier-Weinsier says:

    I am appalled by all of the recent incidents of police flat out disregarding the rights of African American and Latino young men. All good people in this country need to come together and demand that the policemen involved need to be prosecuted, removed from public service and incarcerated.

  16. Delores Eggerson says:

    Hi I’m the mother of Leon D.Dandredge who was murdered in Muskegon Michigan on August 20, 2003 by Mark Hessler and co conspirator ken Groenveld. I have very strong opinions concerning the grand jury and a great portion of the justice system. I feel that if these two men had been
    held accountable for their actions, other families would not have to endure the heartaches and pains of losing a child. I agree it needs to stop and that is our justice system selected to avoid their responsibility to the entire human race. As for the constitution is concerned, it’s flexibility depends on color,size, education and weath but united is not apart of the equation. I am sure by now you know I’m still hurting. There was not one word from the officials to notify us of our son death or concerns for those that Mr. Hessler deprived of a son, father,brother, cousin, friend and minister. My heart goes out to all the families who have lost loved ones at the bloody cold hands of those who we pay to service and protection. The grand jury in my opinion doesn’t look for justice and plain facts, they look for ways to justify themselves and their actions are allowing murderers with badges to go free. I also have a son who is serving a 92 years sentence for a conspiracy case he would not take a plea for something he didn’t do. My son Leon Dewone Dandredge took the plea and now he’s dead.
    You have my voice. Best Regards Delores

  17. YADIRA HEARST says:

    WE ALL NEED TO UNITE SHALOM

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