Take the battle against corruption to your county elected officials.
On Wednesday, March 7, 2012, 15 Georgia victims of judicial, government, and/or law enforcement corruption will attend the Fulton County Commissioner’s Meeting.
Thirty minutes are allowed for comment.
Each speaker can speak for two minutes.
We will fill the entire 30 minutes with our message.
I will be the last speaker, and I will ask the Commisioiners to sign the petiiton they have ignored for six months calling for a Special Grand Jury to be impaneled to investigate corruption.
Our presentation will be televised.
In battling corruption, we all have elected officials at every level of government who are theoretically there to protect us. I believe each and every one of those elected officials needs to be drawn in to this issue, and their response or lack thereof should be well-documented for all to see.
So, I encourage you to consider going to speak at your county commisisoner’s meeting. And if you take 14 friends and get there an hour early, you may have a 30 minute uninterrupted televised presentation as well.
And if you are in the Atlanta area, please join us at 9 am on Wednesday.
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