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Wednesday, August 27, 2014

National Bar Asso Open Records Request - 25 Cities

Look, Lorenzo Kom'boa Ervin and JoNina Abron-Ervin Memphis' records will be examined by the National Bar Association. I suppose they will omit their secret arrest and murder of Larry Neal again. They always do omit his name. The USDOJ allowed Memphis officials to do that repeatedly - even in the jail's release hearings. In 2008, Vice President Dick Chaney and former Attorney General Antonio Gonzales were indicted for deliberately withholding federal investigations into inmates' murders in exchange for prison stock and other good and valuable consideration in Wallacy County, TX. I think it is traditional for subsequent U.S. Attorney Generals to hide the sins of previous administrations.

I will send the Bar Association a certified letter and let them know that Shelby County, TN Gov. has been excused by the USDOJ from giving any accountability for Larry Neal's secret arrest and murder. I will let you know how valid this interest in justice shown by the National Bar Association really is after they respond or fail to respond to my correspondence. It seems to me that the entire USA is in on Larry Neal's murder cover-up. The problem is that so many people have participated in his murder coverup by now (eleven years later), that everyone has a conflict of interest in promoting justice in his case. See the press release below, and be sure to contact the Nat. Bar. Asso. about the 23 deaths by Memphis Police that happened between 2012 and 2013. If not, Memphis is sure to hide some. You know how they are in Bluff City.

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National Bar Association
August 25, 2014

communications@nationalbar.org

NATIONAL BAR ASSOCIATION ANNOUNCES OPEN RECORDS REQUESTS TO 25 CITIES THROUGHOUT THE UNITED STATES

Washington, DC — Pamela J. Meanes, President of the National Bar Association, announces the top 25 cities that the organization will send open records requests in an effort to end nationwide police misconduct and brutality cases that result in the deaths of unarmed individuals.

On September 1, 2014, the National Bar Association will begin filing open records requests in 25 cities that have been identified as having an alleged history of police misconduct and brutality cases. The open records requests will seek information regarding the number of individuals who have been killed, racially profiled, wrongfully arrested and/or injured while pursued or in police custody.

The cities that have been identified include: Birmingham, AL, Little Rock, AR, Phoenix, AZ; Los Angeles, CA; San Jose, CA; Washington, DC; Jacksonville, FL; Miami, FL; Atlanta, GA; Chicago, IL; Louisville, KY; Baltimore, MD; Detroit, MI; Kanas City, MO; St. Louis, MO; Charlotte, NC; Las Vegas, NV; New York City, NY; Cleveland, OH; Memphis, TN; Philadelphia, PA; Dallas, TX; Houston, TX; San Antonio, TX and Milwaukee, WI.

In addition, the National Bar Association will send a “Preservation of Evidence” notice to all necessary entities requesting that they preserve all police officers' raw notes of statements, observations and data collected from the scene of an incident. This request will also require information on the officer specifically involved and all responding officers, as well as the officers’ detail logs from the crime scene, and video and photographic evidence related to any alleged and/or proven misconduct by current or former employees.

The National Bar Association will release its findings to the public and will submit copies to the Department of Justice. More importantly, the organization will demand the Department of Justice launch a full investigation and request a federal oversight of the cities that have been identified with problems.

The organization will also begin to host various seminars for the public next month entitled, “Know Your Rights, Because It Could Save Your Life”. These seminars are aimed to educate the public on their rights when encountering police.

ABOUT THE NATIONAL BAR ASSOCIATION
The National Bar Association was founded in 1925 and is the nation's oldest and largest national network of predominantly African-American attorneys and judges. It represents the interests of approximately 60,000 lawyers, judges, law professors and law students.The NBA is organized around 23 substantive law sections, 9 divisions, 12 regions and 80 affiliate chapters throughout the United States and around the world. For more information, visit: www.nationalbar.org

Copyright © 2014 National Bar Association, All rights reserved.

4 comments:

  1. Sooner or later, it's going to be a showdown about Larry Neal's murder and The Cochran Firm fraud (which is really an elaborate cover-up by the U.S. Gov, Shelby County, TN Gov, U.S. media companies, and you name it - all of them are in it together). Pitiful! These people don't even acknowledge when they are caught cold turkey! They just pretend not to exist - really. Amazing audacity.

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  2. I will send the Bar Association a certified letter and let them know that Memphis/Shelby County, TN Gov. has been excused by the USDOJ from giving any accountability for Larry Neal's secret arrest and murder. I will let you know how valid this interest in justice shown by the National Bar Association really is after they respond or fail to respond to my correspondence. It seems to me that the entire USA is in on Larry Neal's murder cover-up. The problem is that so many people have participated in his murder cover-up by now (eleven years later), that everyone has a conflict of interest in promoting justice in his case. The police accreditation association completely ignored my letter about Larry Neal's murder cover-up. Being black and mentally ill makes people count less than dogs in America. See the press release below, and be sure to contact the Nat. Bar. Asso. about the 23 deaths by Memphis Police that happened between 2012 and 2013. If not, Memphis is sure to hide some. You know how they are in Bluff City.

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  3. Of course, I already contacted the American Bar Asso. about The Cochran Firm fraud that helped cover up my brother's murder in Shelby County Jail where he was kept under secret arrest for 18 days in 2003 (probably being used for waterboarding training for the USDOJ that was in overview of the jail), but the American Bar Asso. just told me to report it to the State Bars. And I did. Tennessee Bar went through a sham investigation and dismissed the case without comment or explanation (I figure the USDOJ told them to), and the GA Bar would not even send me a complaint form until I contacted the Governor's office and the Lt. Gov. made them send it. I figured if it took an act by the Governor's office to even get a complaint form, what's the use of filing a complaint there. After that, I discovered that Georgia won as the nation's most corrupt state - even ahead of Louisiana. So, I was right to save my ink.

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  4. America is racist down to its socks. Totally, irredeemably RACIST. I don't hold out much hope in investigations by any organizations in the USA. That is why we're taking the murders and brutality of mentally ill Americans to the United Nations. Chances are better that the International Courts are not filled with prison investors. http://AIMI-HumanRights.blogspot.com

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