Category Archives: denied due process

0317_Robert LaVoy Finicum & Jeanette Finicum — Greetings from Jeanette & family — she and her family are suing for the wrongful death of her husband LaVoy — Eastern Oregon _ sign up to help them

Donna Jack
March 19, 2018

Jeanette Finicum is the wife of LaVoy, who was killed in Eastern Oregon by the Oregon State Police and other officials.

There is a video taken from within the vehicle LaVoy was driving – when he was murdered — showing the attempts by “law enforcement” (after they killed LaVoy) to kill the people who were in the vehicle with him.

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Greetings from Jeanette & family,

My family’s journey since the dreadful snowy day in Eastern Oregon when my husband was murdered has felt long and hard. We are still grieving and will be for a very long time. We miss LaVoy and wish he could be home with us.

We understand filing a wrongful death lawsuit will not bring LaVoy home but its process will uniquely contribute to the delicate journey of closure for each loved one of LaVoy.

Our motivation to continue this long, hard, and expensive journey is to preserve the American dream by ensuring that out of control agents who are delegated sacred controls within our governmental system are held accountable. Out of control agents must not become the norm in this nation.

The outcome of our case will have a powerful butterfly effect upon this nation. If we do not insist upon this accountability, this type of conduct will continue to take precedence and persist in destroying the life, liberty, and pursuit of happiness of many more Americans.

It is not American to deny citizens the right to life, liberty, pursuit of happiness, and due process. We are Americans! Continue reading

0249_Betsy DeVos was right to chose to Scrap Obama Campus Sex Policy That Weaponized Govt. to Work Against Students_ By Dr. Susan Berry_Sept. 9, 2017

Donna Jack
September13, 2017

Last week Dept. of Education Secretary Betsy DeVos was right
to stand against Obama’s Campus Sex Policy

Betsy Devos, Secretary of Education in the U.S. Department of Education, decided last week week, to stand up against kangaroo trials on campuses.  [Verdicts that are not impartial justice — in these cases, verdicts that are decided against young or older men, in advance.]

It is right that Betsy DeVos is standing up for those who have been accused, prosecuted and punished without a trial — those who have not been given a chance to present a case in their defense.

In this country we are supposed to be innocent until proven guilty — but too frequently in recent history, the supposition of innocence until proven guilty has been reversed:  people are fmore commonoly considered guilty until proven innocent; and even when they are proven innocent, they must still suffer repercussions of having been treated as guilty when they were innocent.

There were two letters by President Obama (in 2010 and 2011) that expanded qualifications that would label a person guilty — qualifications that went far beyond any good reasoning.

But Betsy DeVos continues to think ESSA(Every Student Succeeds Act)
and Common Core are good.

I hope Betsy DeVos also comes to understand that both ESSA and Common Core are wrong, and violate rights of individuals and states to determine education of children.   Control of edeucation is supposed ot be a local and state issue.

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