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Black-on-black crime needs to be addressed

September 30, 2015

The leading cause of death for young, black males in our country is murder and in 95 percent of those instances, the killer is blac....

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Oct-07-15 9:55 PM

My phone has been busy since I wrote the last one. People tell me “you can’t sue your employer while you still work for them” and I say that may only be partly true. If there is evidence of mal intent by the employer anyone can sue, prosecute or both. Let me say this: I believe the suit could be brought in any court if the employee simply declared he/she was a “natural, living man or woman”. Employees also have contractual rights which are constitutionally guaranteed. And, when I said I would sue “from top to bottom” I was not referring to the Sheriff. His article, I believe indicated he is not satisfied with political shenanigans as they pertain to the administration of his duties. The policies I refer to are made ‘over his head’. The “top” includes the feds, state and county. Each of those bunch of fools, I believe, has blatantly exhibited criminal intent to interfere with the administration of justice. The public- at-large also suffers greatly from this.

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Oct-07-15 8:38 PM

I believe you wrote a truthful article and you are one of a very few who have the courage to do so. I worked for two different police agencies a long time ago. I liked my job, was well schooled and believe I was good at being an honest officer. However, knowing what it was like then and seeing what cowards in government have done since that time I offer the following: Today, if I were an officer and was hurt on the job I would sue my employer from the top-down. Every employer (public or private) in America is required by Law to furnish every employee with a safe work environment. The segments of society who are assaulting and killing officers are empowered (encouraged) by government and that is a very, very provable statement. Actually, I believe this option is available to every natural person in this country. We have different sets of rules for different classes of people, by their corporate law. That in itself is un-Constitutional.

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