Want Your Story in the Library of Congress? Desperate People Pouring Their Hearts Out To Desperate People. How do we tell their stories in a way that benefits them? And society?

I have a contact page that can be used to reach me by email. Try to keep your story on a page or two because if we do get someone to look for it they will be more likely to look at a page or two than they will if your try to write a book.

Keep as much documentation as you can ready though. You may need that stack of papers to back up something that the lawmakers or lawyers want to know more about. Let me know WHO you are, WHAT HAPPENED, WHERE did it happen, WHEN did it happen, HOW did it happen, WHY did it happen, and WHAT do you want from me, HOW can I help you? Also, I do sometimes make files where people can keep their important documents because not everyone has a computer. Continue reading Want Your Story in the Library of Congress? Desperate People Pouring Their Hearts Out To Desperate People. How do we tell their stories in a way that benefits them? And society?

A Georgia Prison Riot Leads to Feds Launching an Investigation

The Civil Rights of Institutionalized Persons Act authorizes the Department of Justice to investigate state prisons to determine whether incarcerated people are subjected to a pattern or practice of constitutional violations. Previous investigations show systemic constitutional violations are occurring, and also the root causes of such violations. Continue reading A Georgia Prison Riot Leads to Feds Launching an Investigation

Settlement in Title VI Retaliation Matter with the Florida State Courts System

The Justice Department found that the Seventh Judicial Circuit Court of Florida retaliated against a former employee in violation of Title VI, which prohibits race, color or national origin discrimination by recipients of federal financial assistance and prohibits retaliation against individuals who engage in Title VI protected activity, such as filing a complaint or participating in an investigation. Continue reading Settlement in Title VI Retaliation Matter with the Florida State Courts System

School board members may face criminal charges over high school course material that a judge called “child pornography”.

Mayor Craig Shubert of Hudson, Ohio demands all five school board members resign or face possible criminal charges over high school course material that he said a judge called “child pornography….I’m going to give you a simple choice: You either choose to resign or you will be charged.” Continue reading School board members may face criminal charges over high school course material that a judge called “child pornography”.

DOJ tightens restrictions on chokeholds, carotid restraints and no-knock entries.

The new federal guideline for federal enforcement agents prohibit using chokeholds and carotid restraints unless the use of deadly force is authorized. The Justice Department allows such force “when the officer has a reasonable belief that the subject of such force poses an imminent danger of death or serious physical injury to the officer or to another person.” Continue reading DOJ tightens restrictions on chokeholds, carotid restraints and no-knock entries.

University of Pittsburgh Harvesting Organs From LIVING Babies And Getting FEDERAL Funds For It.

Some of the babies are murdered while at the gestational stage of 16-24 weeks, meaning they could have lived out of the womb. The FDA also requested for the mangled tissue of murdered boys, but wrote that “undetermined sex or female is better than no tissue.” Continue reading University of Pittsburgh Harvesting Organs From LIVING Babies And Getting FEDERAL Funds For It.

Substance abuse and trust.

The American Board of Addiction Medicine (ABAM) reported that a little over 2 million people received treatment, but that generally the treatments they received were not evidence-based. And in 2018, the CDC reported that the rate of drug overdose deaths is still increasing. Twenty percent of all deaths in the U.S. every year are the result of untreated addictions. The CDC says that the cost of addictions is greater than the cost of diabetes and all forms of cancer combined. Continue reading Substance abuse and trust.

Judge kills himself as feds arrive to arrest him for sexually exploiting children.

Jonathan Newell, 50, had been on leave since July because a young boy told his parents that he found a hidden camera in the shower at Newell’s fishing cabin, where he had been staying. Newell was the county state attorney from 2003 to 2016. In 2016, Judge Newell became a federal judge. Continue reading Judge kills himself as feds arrive to arrest him for sexually exploiting children.