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CALL FOR FERVENT PROSECUTIONS
OF CRIMINAL VIOLATIONS OF RIGHTS -
18 U.S.C. sections 241 (Conspiracy Against
Rights) and 242 (Deprivations of Rights
Under Color of Law) Violations:

Transparency International, a prestigious coalition of anti-
corruption advocates, reports that “(i)n most democracies today,
corrupt politicians, officials and businessmen can exploit both
civil and criminal law to silence their critics.”  Then President-Elect
Barack Obama and Vice-President-Elect Joseph Biden promised
to counterbalance such abuses of power.  That can hardly be
done through a U.S. Justice Department more responsive to
power, wealth and the corresponding prestige than compelling
evidence of criminal civil, constitutional, and human rights
violations.

Read Our 2008 Letter To Obama
IS THE U.S. JUSTICE DEPARTMENT
(Civil Rights Division, Criminal Section)
USER-FRIENDLY?  

  • Rate its POPULARITY:

We'll be gauging the POPULARITY of the Civil Rights Division,
Criminal Section, of President Obama’s Justice Department from
the perspective of average Americans.  Assessing the section will
come down to determining whether its staff members are fair,
which involves grading everything from their cordiality,
attentiveness, and promptness, to their reasonableness, general
competence, persistence, and effectiveness.

Here's our criteria:

Staff regularly allows initial and a reasonable number of
follow-up meetings in person and by phone;
Staff is generally cordial and attentive as evidenced by
their eye contact, questions asked, notes taken, and the
amount of follow-up recommended;
If staff can't or won't handle a problem, they give good
reasons for their decision(s) and recommend alternative
avenues of relief;
Meetings and conferences with staff net appropriate
results like reasonable investigations, grand jury inquiries,
legislation proposals, indictments, prosecutions, trials,
and convictions;
Final decisions are made promptly but carefully.

Suggest Additional Criteria

Our campaign is to include candlelight
vigils for justice; periodic requests that
the Justice Department investigate
certain violations of civil, constitutional,
and/or human rights; and corresponding
evaluations of the Justice Department's
user-friendliness or "POPULARITY."
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Campaign And
Candlelight Vigils
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Read the Statutes:
18 U.S.C. sec. 241

and

18 U.S.C. sec 242
Submit A Test Case

Starting second quarter 2009, POPULAR will begin submitting for
consideration by the Civil Rights Division of the U.S. Justice
Department, Criminal Section, compelling evidence of criminal
violations of civil, constitutional, and/or human rights.  Test cases
are to be periodically selected based on POPULAR profiles,
posted to this website.  To learn how to submit your case profile for
posting:

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Locations To Date:

-ALABAMA-
Atmore;
Mobile;

-CALIFORNIA-
Los Angeles

-D.C.-
Washington

-FLORIDA-
Tampa Bay Area

-GEORGIA-
Atlanta Area

-INDIA-
Bhopal

-INDIANA-
Lake, County;
Notre Dame;

-ILLINOIS-
Chicago

-KANSAS-
Wichita

-MARYLAND-
Columbia


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House Judiciary Committee Chairman John Conyers Jr. confirms need for Justice Department reform:  Read Conyers' Statement
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