One Atlanta TV station announced this week that protests were taking place at the Fulton County Courthouse against CORRUPT JUDGES.
Hey folks, that was US!
The picketing and petitioning at the Fulton County Courthouse in Atlanta was a big success. We need weekly petitioning at every county courthouse in America….
In Atlanta, we will be protesting on Tuesday and Friday this week. We want more and more media coverage. We want more and more opportunities to meet other victims and courthouse employees who will help us reach former employees who will provide testimony and evidence about the corruption. This week, we will also have protestors with signs at the entrance to the underground parking garage where the judges slither in each morning; we want them all to know that we are there and after them.
PLEASE accept the job of organizing petitioners in your county. Please email Pro-Sefirstname.lastname@example.org with your address, county, and phone, and we will send you what you need to get started. The main thing you need are volunteers to help. You need at least two people at each entrance to the courthouse from 8 am to 5 pm at least one day a week. If you are in a cold climate, plan to start petitioning when the weather warms up enough…but start now to get volunteers.
We can make a difference, folks. We just need to act now.
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