Thursday, August 13, 2009

Obama: “Don't Investigate Reverse Racism Complaints”?



Is the USDOJ for helping cover up public corruption or do they really investigate and act in the best interest of the public?

I talked with William Doriss last night, and today, video of that posted above. He's about 65 and complained about the police and courts near his former New Haven, Connecticut, home. There are known to be separate and unequal sections for Whites, Blacks, and Hispanics. Is Doriss' claim that the USDOJ in DC not investigating cases of reverse racism true?

Well, there might just be plenty of documents and proof. I will be posting what I find out in the form of text, video, and audio telephone interviews, if, and as, I get material. I have a judicial misconduct and abuse blog [located here].

Mr. Doriss was terrorized out of Connecticut by authorities and still faces up to 69 years in prison for children having witnessed his dog attack a smaller one across the street from his former business in New Haven. Risk of Injury to Minors is a felony punishable up to 20 years per count. As an antiques dealer, Doriss, allegedly also faced serious jail time for having placed a couch on the sidewalk in a bulk trash pile awaiting pick up in his New Haven, Connecticut, neighborhood.

William Doriss told me last night that a Kevin Walker from the US Department of Justice, Civil Rights Division, told him (Doriss) that the word had been handed down from Obama himself that claims of reverse racism would not be investigated by the USDOJ.

Just another reason to have a People's Court and Investigation System. [more]

There are more and more examples of citizens who wish to reform the system by contacting their elected officials, get mouthy in blogs, or who lodge police and judicial misconduct complaints who are domestically spied on, targets of police, and even railroaded to prison. [a good example]

stevengerickson@yahoo.com

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