Investigate Law Enforcement Agencies that Ignore the Pleas of Victims of Domestic Abuse

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     We write to ask that the President and Congress will demand an investigation into the practices of law enforcement agencies that ignore the pleas of victims of Domestic Abuse and Domestic Terrorism and authorize the immediate forfeiture of their Federal funding when proven guilty. For too many years now the voices of those who suffer violence of Domestic Abuse and Domestic Terrorism have been downgraded, disregarded or silenced. At times, these cries for help are met with intimidation from law enforcement officers, ostracism by the community, threats from those involved in the abuse, or insinuations of mental illness.

     Recently, a Petition was started to Break the Silence on Violence against Women and Girls, as of today they have almost reached their goal of 6,000 signatures. On May 2, 2013 then Vice-President Joe Biden remarked that, “Women do not want to report abuse because of the fear of being “raped by the system”.” This is also the case of those victimized by Domestic Terrorism via Directed Energy and Space-Based Weapons of the same kind of attacks as reported by employees of the U S Embassy in Havana, Cuba. These assaults can be termed Human Rights Abuses and/or War Crimes.

      Evidence of physical, sexual and psychological harm as torture was reported by the Physician’s for Human Rights in their 2009 report entitled, Broken Laws-Broken Lives. These abuses,—ranging from physical and psychological assault, sexual harassment and sexual assault, including electronic rape are being used as weapons of war. Yet, 75 percent of physical and electronic harassment victims experience retaliation when they speak up while 95 percent of reported incidents go uninvestigated and unpunished.

     In Michigan, Public Act 257 of 2003 makes it a felony for a person to “manufacture, deliver, possess, transport, place, use, or release” a “harmful electronic or electromagnetic device” for “an unlawful purpose.” This year, the State of Michigan passed H.B. 4430 to strengthen illegal surveillance through communication and data transfer.

    The State of Maine passed Public Law 264, H.P. 868 – L.D. 1271 which criminalizes the knowing, intentional, and/or reckless use of an electronic weapon on another person. An electronic weapon is defined as a portable device or weapon emitting an electrical current, impulse, beam, or wave with disabling effects on a human being.

     Richmond and Berkeley, California passed resolutions adopting the Space Preservation Act, presented to Congress in 2001 by then Ohio Representative Dennis Kucinich. This Act banned the use of space-based weapons against their citizens. In spite of these resolutions being in place no law enforcement agencies do not uphold the law. According to Mr. Kucinich, these weapon systems could inflict death, injury, damage or destroy a person or the biological life bodily health mental health or physical and economic well-being, These systems such as satellites, drones and hand-held weapons use radiation, electromagnetic, psychotronic, sonic, laser, or other energies. They can allow for bodily harm, mood management, or mind control of persons or populations.

      In September, 2017, Bruce Jessen and James Mitchell, psychologists who were contracted by the government to develop a brutal interrogation program using the SERE (Survival, Escape, Resist and Evade) torture tactics settled a lawsuit out-of-court that involved physical, psychological and emotional abuse of military detainees. I can assure you that SERE torture is being used on citizens of these United States along with other military psychological operations. We the undersigned are here to attest to the fact that cruel, inhumane and degrading treatment is being done to American citizens in their homes by lawful and unlawful personnel of the United States government.

      When people anywhere are harassed or assaulted, we are all violated due to the cost of medical attention, recovery and restoration. When people anywhere are forced into servitude and slavery by human trafficking as domestic abuse or domestic terrorism, we are all enslaved. When women anywhere become weapons of war through physical or electronic rape, we too become weapons. The Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King wrote in a Letter from the Birmingham Jail in 1963, “Injustice anywhere is a threat to justice everywhere. We are caught in an inescapable network of mutuality tied in a single garment of destiny. Whatever effects one directly affects all indirectly.”

      We face a crucial time in world history. As citizens of these United States, we recognize and appreciate those members of Congress and other agencies who stand with and support survivors of violence. We are thankful for their example of courage. Because they refuse to be just a bystander, we also choose to rise up and speak out. We will not allow our suffering to cause us to retreat. Victims around the world are fearlessly breaking their silence, yet many others continue to be intimidated by acts of war from law enforcement and the communities in which they live in an effort to keep them silent. There is no institution with a greater capacity to create protected spaces for healing and restoration for survivors than our President and Congressional leaders.

      This moment in history is ours to seize and to save humanity. We the signees of this Petition have been silent long enough. Together we have decided to stand up and speak up for ourselves and for all who experience Domestic Violence, Abuse and Domestic Terrorism worldwide. 

     We urge you to please demand an investigation into the practices of law enforcement agencies that ignore the pleas of victims of Domestic Abuse and Domestic Terrorism and authorize the immediate forfeiture of their Federal funding when proven guilty. The Constitution, Federal and State Laws have been passed that guarantee us safety and protection, yet we are denied our rights.



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