Tuesday, November 08, 2011

Who do US legislators really represent?

I've contacted Vermont US Senators Patrick Leahy and Bernie Sanders on [these issues] and about remedying my case of suffering judicial abuse and police misconduct in the State of Connecticut for my having thought that the 1st Amendment was protected in the United States of America. Leahy and Sanders have gotten word to me that they won't interfere with the Executive or Judicial Branches. The Executive and Judicial Branches are preventing citizens from getting representation for their taxation in the Legislative Branch.

[Bernie Sanders response]

Hartford Connecticut Narcotics Detective Richard Murzin [story and photo] allegedly interfered with organized crime heroin and crack cocaine dealing against his captain's wishes. He, and his family then suffered decades of police harassment and judicial abuse. Rich Murzin passed away not seeing any justice for his family, or himself. What does that say about America and its pretend justice system?

In December 1996, Ritt Goldstein hosted a Connecticut judiciary committee special legislative hearing on the subject on the need for civilian oversight of police. Ritt fled the US, so terrorized by police, to seek political asylum in Sweden. This Ritt Goldstein video is documentation of police brutality and judicial misconduct that is even more present in the US today. If there were actual justice in the US, Connecticut state legistlators and my Vermont US Senators, Leahy and Sanders, would be asking what happened to Ritt Goldstein and what could prevent such citizen abuse in occurring in the present and future. They would also be looking at what happened to Rich Murzin and then be asking what can now be done for his family.

So, how about it, why not have victims, and those who offer solutions, for America's current police state, testify at a special hearing at the US Senate?

Speak out, get squashed in the USA. It shouldn't be that way, right Senators?

stevengerickson AT yahoo Dot Com

Message typed in Leahy's and Sander's web email form on their websites:

I've gotten word back that you won't interfere with the Judicial or Executive Branch. Both are more than interfering with the Legislative Branch. Should citizens who contact you asking to redress grievances and/or on their issues be officially murdered, beaten up by police informants at the direction of police, suffer rigged court cases, and/or be railroaded to jail to be held in the US as political prisoners to lose family, their homes, their jobs, and the sum total of their life's work? Links to what I am talking about found:






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They break laws, their answer is to take away your rights

What isn't illegal about our current US Government?




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