I am American, born and raised. Typical, nothing special, though infinitely above average. I have lived my life unassumingly, causing no harm to anyone, ever, expecting nothing aside from what I have earned. I do not feel that I am entitled to anything I have not compensated for by contributing to an environment/community beneficial to all members of society. Justice, defending the civil liberties of hard working tax payers. I can provide references of former employers. I will offer my services on additional cases. For my children. The attached newsletter from this esteemed organization proclaims correlation with ten other organizations in a campaign for criminal justice reform in Florida. My children and their loss and suffering unecessarily is the reason reform is needed so urgently. For failure to wear a seatbelt, we were invaded and exterminated. That is unacceptable.
I believe myself to be an individual that should be receiving their assistance, in the form of defense against everything they claim to stand to protect people from, in the name of human decency. I am unaware of anything that excludes me from the entity described as American citizens. If protecting the rights and liberties of American citizens is the goal, my rights and liberties are included, and they are deviantly being deprived,by means of abuse, manipulation, and subversion of justice. (?????).
Not just one, but two psychologists have performed predetermined evaluations. The second going so far as to strenuously recommend involuntary hospitalization, and antipsychotic medication. Most delicious and satisfying to the perpetrators of my ongoing execution… Sexual exploitation of my daughter, to terrorize and intimidate. In order to gain access they had to lock me up again, to prevent me from protecting my children. He got caught, and my daughter is okay, but the incident could have been prevented, if I had effective defense against these people, who are actively using the justice system in contradiction to its purpose. My crime is human decency, morality, inspiration to others, demonstrating kindness to everyone, PLEASE HELP ME AND MY CHILDREN,
On Mar 6, 2017 2:18 PM, “ACLU of Florida” <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
While harsher sentencing was once considered being “tough on crime,” these costly policies have proven to be ineffective and counterproductive. That’s why we have joined together with more than ten organizations to form the Florida Campaign for Criminal Justice Reform, a nonpartisan coalition dedicated to reducing the overuse of incarceration in Florida while never compromising public safety.
We know that Floridians are ready to fix Florida’s broken criminal justice system, and like voters and elected officials in other states, we recognize that overuse of incarceration is not the best solution to fix crime and improve public safety.
Why does Florida need the Campaign for Criminal Justice Reform?
- Florida spends over $2.4 billion a year to incarcerate approximately 100,000 people.
- Florida’s population roughly tripled between 1970 and 2014, but its prison population increased by more than 1,000 percent.
- Florida’s sentence lengths increased 166 percent from 1990 to 2009—more than any other state.
We need every voice to help us pass comprehensive criminal justice reforms during this year’s legislative session. With your help, we believe we can pass real reforms that would get Floridians closer to the fair and just criminal justice system they deserve.
Help the Campaign for Criminal Justice Reform by:
- Joining the Campaign by signing up as a supporter or volunteer at www.BetterJusticeFL.com.
- Spread the word on social media by joining us on Facebook and Twitter, and using the hashtag #BetterJusticeFL.
- Be ready to answer calls to engage with your legislators from ACLU-FL’s action alert list.
It is un-American to stand idly by and tolerate our government locking up so many people, treating racial and ethnic minorities unfairly and squandering public resources. Today, with your help, the Florida Campaign for Criminal Justice Reform is working to change that.
Raymer Maguire IV, Campaign Manager
P.S. Did you hear about the ACLU’s Resistance Training on Saturday, March 11, at the University of Miami? The event will launch People Power, the ACLU’s new effort to engage grassroots volunteers across the country, so make sure you sign up to watch the event live.
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