Censorship to Hide Crimes Against Humanity in USA


Monday, June 17, 2013

Katrina Victim Needs Help in 2013

KATHERINE CONNER, currently residing in East Feliciana Parish, State of Louisiana, has applied for clemency for her conviction of Felony Theft. If you have any comments or wish to communicate with the Board of Pardons on her behalf, please call (225)342-5421. She is a Katrina victim who had a disagreement with an unlicensed contractor over her home repairs. When the contractor charged her $3,500 more than the contract, Katherine wrote a check and then cancelled it when she discovered the amount was more than the amount due, because the contractor refused to void the check accept payment in the correct amount. 

One thing led to another, and Katherine was accused of "theft of services." This gave rise to Katherine's one and only problem with the law in 52 years. She was ordered to pay $385.00 per month in probation and restitution fees out of her income of less than $600.00 per month, or face three years of hard labor. Katherine is presently being considered for pardon. Your phone call and prayers may make a difference. Many Katrina victims were unfairly victimized by unscrupulous contractors, and some contractors were prosecuted. It didn't work out that way in Katherine's case. For her, the storm never ended. Thanks in advance for your input. Blessings.

Saturday, June 1, 2013

Petitions to Our Father

Christians must pray together for justice and compassion. We are bombarded with petitions to sign for officials to render justice, but we must first petition Heaven for whatever we need. For we remember that it is God who promised to cause men to give unto our bosoms. "I myself will tend my sheep and have them lie down, declares the Sovereign LORD" (Ez. 34:15). This blog is a place to read about and pray for one another regarding justice issues.

Like most human and civil rights activists, I have spent years speaking truth to power and admonishing our decision makers to be just and to honor the Golden Rule. Some improvements have been made in some areas, but I am reminded that the Bible says that we have not because we ask not or because we ask amiss. We must make our prayers and supplications to God.

I have many online friends who are atheists, agnostics, and who serve other gods. We can and do fight injustice together, but we cannot pray together. Just send good vibes.

This activist will soon leave online advocacy. I leave this with you:

"If my people, who are called by my name, will humble themselves and pray and seek my face and turn from their wicked ways, then I will hear from heaven, and I will forgive their sin and will heal their land." ~2 Chronicles 7:14

Pray for justice and compassion in the name of Jesus Christ. Our Lord loves righteousness and justice 
(Psalm 33:5)