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THE NEED FOR MORE AFRICAN-AMERICANS IN THE JUDICIAL SYSTEM

To: Writer Richard K. De Atley,
There is extreme discrimination and disparity in the Riverside county Judicial system. It would be a public service to the community of Riverside county to expose the disparity that exist. Every new judge appointed, elected in this County should be African American until the amount of judges reflect the community they serve. Only when the entire judicial system to include Police Officers, the DA's Office, Public Defenders Office reflect the entire community to include African Americans will we begin to achieve equal justice for all.

May 6, 2012
Why Riverside County need African American Black Judges, not just any old Negro “No one investigate when African Americans are the victims”.

WHY WE NEED A FAIR JUDICIAL SYSTEM

Our need for a fair judicial system is due to the decisions of Judges such as Judge Chris Willmon, State of California Workman Compensation Appeal Court. This is a Court manned by so called AFFIRMATIVE ACTION, most Caucasian females, no African Americans, and does not meet the requirements of the Civil Rights Legislation of 1964.Decisions rendered by this court are biased, discriminatory and most time unfair, Especially when African Americans are the victims, see: http://unitedaffirmativeactiondevelopment.com/
Quote by Forensic Anthropologist Clyde C. Snow Regarding Abuse of Police Powers:

Of all the forms of murder, none is more monstrous than that committed by a state against its own citizens. And of all murder victims, those of the state are the most helpless and vulnerable since the very entity to which they have entrusted their lives and safety becomes their killer. Thus, it is especially important that states be called to account for their deeds .see: http://justiceforblacks.blogspot.com/

http://unitedaffirmativeactiondevelopment.com/id47.html

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