Confirmed victory

Harold McMillan, founder of DiverseArts Culture Works, in Austin, Texas, was a victim of racial profiling and police brutality on April 5, 2012. He was falsely arrested at Houston Memorial Hermann Hospital while attempting to retrieve the belongings of his deceased brother.

Harold McMillan is a devout father, mentor, musician, advocate of the arts and culture, and an Austin legend.

The mission of this petition is to seek justice and vindication for Harold by spreading the word to as many sources as possible while attaining expert legal representation on his behalf.

The City of Houston must officially pardon Harold and bring the officers who abused their positions of power to justice.

Please read Harold's personal account of this unjust attack: http://diversearts.posterous.com/on-april-5-i-was-brutilized-and-falsely-arres

Letter to
Chief of Police, Houston Charles A. McClelland, Jr.
The Mayor of the City of Houston Mayor Annise D. Parker
I just signed the following petition addressed to: The City of Houston.

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Justice for Harold McMillan

Harold McMillan, founder of DiverseArts Culture Works, in Austin, Texas, was a victim of racial profiling and police brutality on April 5, 2012. He was falsely arrested at Houston Memorial Hermann Hospital while attempting to retrieve the belongings of his deceased brother.

Harold McMillan is a devout father, mentor, musician, advocate of the arts and culture, and an Austin legend.

The mission of this petition is to seek justice and vindication for Harold by spreading the word to as many sources as possible while attaining expert legal representation on his behalf.

The City of Houston must officially pardon Harold and bring the officers who abused their positions of power to justice.

Please read Harold's personal account of this unjust attack: http://diversearts.posterous.com/on-april-5-i-was-brutilized-and-falsely-arres
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Sincerely,