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Constitution Rights

2 petitions

Update posted 2 months ago

Petition to Andrew G. Beshear, Andrew G. Beshear, governor of kentucky

Grant Mirado Crow a Full Pardon

WE THE UNDERSIGNED Citizens of the Commonwealth of Kentucky and the United States, Petition Governor Andy Beshear and the Governor of the Commonwealth of Kentucky to use the Powers granted to him under Sections: 77, 145, and 150 of the Kentucky Constitution to GRANT Mirado Crow, a FULL and UNCONDITIONAL PARDON. After being released from prison, one of his alleged victims, Heather Brockman, sent him an email on February 19, 2020, admitting that she and his ex-wife set him up. The text of the email is as follows: --------[Beginning of Email Message]-------- "you fucking asshol!!! you think after all my hard work paying your slut exwife to help me set you up in 2013 and lie to cops that you can jus come in our brats life? not gonna happen! it not matter what boone court says i don't have to listen to it. cops and everyone believe you attack us instead of what really happen. I got the motions you send to me for feb 27! you out of you fuckin mind if you thing i'm going to be there to be easy on you. So what I am alone with wyatt! I'm alowd to be! kentucky order has no affect on me anmore because i moved. one thing i know you beter lisen to is if you don't withdraw the motions i will fucking kill wyatt and later kill you! nobody believe you because you are felon! haha!" --------[End of Email Message]-------- On March 04, 2021, in the Boone County Kentucky Family Court, Miss Brockman admitted the email address used to send Mirado the above message is hers. (printed email will be provided with petition). NOW, WHEREAS, Heather Brockman admits through the above email that she and Amber Kirby (Mirado's now ex-wife) colluded to lie to police about what actually happened December 29, 2013; WHEREAS, Mirado Crow honestly believed that his spouse and child were in immediate danger, and acted according to KRS 503.070 - Titled: Protection of Another; WHEREAS, Mirado Crow was convicted on non-violent offenses: 3 Counts of Wanton Endangerment, 1 Count of Tampering with Physical Evidence, and 1 Count of Criminal Mischief in 2014, and nobody was injured or killed; WHEREAS, Heather Brockman admitted in Family Court on March 04, 2021, that the email address used to send Mirado Crow the above threatening email belongs to her; WHEREAS, during Mirado's incarceration he dedicated his time to help other inmates with their legal work as a resident legal aid, and dispute resolution matters as a grievance aid; WHEREAS, during Mirado's incarceration, he also furthered his education by obtaining a certificate in Legal Assistant/Paralegal Studies, and completed numerous self-rehabilitative programming; WHEREAS, Mirado Crow was a model inmate throughout his incarceration, did not have any disciplinary actions taken against him, and completed his Parole in July 2021 with all requirements being met and without any sanctions or violations; WHEREAS, Mirado Crow has and continues to live a law-abiding life since the time of his conviction and has provided positive contributions to the community in which he resides; WHEREAS, because of the overwhelming evidence supporting Mirado Crow's innocence, numerous news media outlets have now unpublished their articles and videos about Mirado's crimes because the information provided to them by the Brockman family were proven maliciously false; NOW, THEREFORE, We the undersigned Citizens of the Commonwealth of Kentucky and the United States declare and decree that Mirado Crow complied with the law, feel comfortable with him being granted a Full and Unconditional Pardon, that he is worthy and that the interest of Justice will be served by doing so. We further demand that Mirado Crow be GRANTED a FULL and UNCONDITIONAL PARDON by the Governor of the Commonwealth of Kentucky, immediately and without delay. IN WITNESS WHEREOF, we hereby affix our signatures hereunto: Once you submit your name for this petition, it will ask if you would like to promote this petition. This money DOES NOT go to Mirado, but rather to Change.org to promote and show this petition to the millions of users of the website. SPECIAL NOTE: Mirado did not receive the evidence he needed until after he was released from prison. The email was sent to him a month after he was released.For those of you who would like to see a screenshot of the entire email, it's on my public Facebook page and the link is: https://www.facebook.com/MiradoCrow/photos/5353845391315334

Mirado Crow
104 supporters
Update posted 2 months ago

Petition to

ROE v. WADE: MY BODY, MY CHOICE!

ROE v. WADE: MY BODY, MY CHOICE! (FIGHT THE GOOD FIGHT) (5m read) The Supreme Court's "egregious" decision to overturn Roe v. Wade. A LIL BIT OF BACKGROUND INFO       In 1973, the U.S. Supreme Court ruled that a pregnant woman had the right to choose to have an abortion without excessive government restriction. The decision struck down many U.S. federal and state abortion laws. Nearly half a century later (May 3, 2022) a Supreme court draft regarding Roe v. Wade was released to the public.  Authored by Justice Samuel Alito, Jr., a 72-year-old male, the draft is aiming to overturn one of the most momentous court cases in history. In the initial draft, Alito stated that legalizing abortion was “…egregiously wrong from the start. Its reasoning was exceptionally weak, and the decision has had damaging consequences.”   Mr. Alito’s ‘passe’ views on women's rights illustrates the consequences of egregiously mishandling power to impede upon the rights of others. Sign this petition to exercise and uphold the constitutional rights of free speech and privacy! The liberty to make private health choices is a CONSTITUTIONAL RIGHT of the American Woman. Abortion is a CONSTITUTIONAL RIGHT of the American Woman. It is protected under the First, Fourth, Fifth, Ninth, and Fourteenth Amendments.  **Most notably the Fifth and Fourteenth Amendments. (We’ll get to these in a minute) ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------WHAT’S GOING ON RIGHT NOW       In recent months, there has been a tidal wave of attacks on women's rights across the United States. Most notably, southern states like Mississippi and Texas have already taken a staunch stand in controlling women and putting us at risk by creating laws that limit or remove access of abortions and safe Planned Parenthood clinics, most notably in areas that predominantly serve ethnic minorities and citizens with limited economic means. According to the Centers of Disease Control, ethnic minorities such as Black, American Indian, and Alaska Native women are two to three times more likely to die from pregnancy-related causes than white women. A prime example of this abuse of power is the Texas Heartbeat Act, which states abortion is illegal once a fetal heartbeat can be detected. That could be as soon as 6 weeks. The National Library of Medicine states that, “Among all pregnancies reported… pregnancy awareness was [on average] 5.5 weeks.”  These coordinated acts are designed to prevent women from effectively making their own choices about their own bodies.  ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------THE PROTECTIONS OF THE FIFTH AMENDMENT     The Fifth Amendment states clearly that, “No person shall be… deprived of life, liberty, or property without due justice of the law.” In order to really comprehend the rights that are in jeopardy, we will have to provide some clarity on a few terms here. For starters, a person. According to Merriam Webster, a person can be regarded as a “human who is an individual.” Individuality literally means, “single; separate.” Healthline, an American website and provider of health information, states that, “In human pregnancies, a baby-to-be isn’t considered a fetus [human baby] until the 9th week after conception, or week 11 after your last menstrual period (LMP).” This can also be supported by the National Library of Medicine, which states, “ ..the physical appearance of a fetus resembles the mature human form at about week 9 of gestation…” To put it briefly: A baby isn’t a complete human “baby” until about 9 weeks after fertilization. Until then, it is generally a clump of embryonic cells that are unable to survive outside of its vessel, the mother. The person in this situation isn’t the microscopic cells developing inside of the body, it’s the living breathing human facilitating the life-to-be. The Woman. Denying any citizen the right to make private healthcare decisions regarding their own body is a clear case of depriving that individual’s liberty. Further, if that decision involves a medical issue that endangers the patient’s life, then the Fifth Amendment is even more obviously on the side of the patient, not the government. ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------THE PROTECTIONS OF THE FOURTEENTH AMENDMENT      Limiting access to proper healthcare and restricting abortion care from women essentially abridges the freedom of choice and privacy. This specific term “abridged” is really important here because it's used in the Due Process Clause of the Fourteenth Amendment. The Amendment states, “No State shall make or enforce any law which shall abridge [or diminish] the privileges or immunities of citizens of the United States. Nor shall any state deprive any person of life, liberty, or property, without due process of law; nor deny to any person within its jurisdiction the equal protection of the laws.” If the freedom of making important personal healthcare choices was taken from us- regardless of extenuating circumstances (such as major or potentially fatal health concerns, rape, incest, and sexual trafficking) illegalizing abortion would make the woman 100% liable in these extreme, and unfortunately too common, situations. Denying women the right to the freedom of choice would also be a direct infringement on the Constitution. The consequences would be a detrimental blow to Women’s privacy rights. We would not be protected.   Choosing whether or not to hold and have a child is the sole choice of the vessel within whom the child was created. The woman. By eliminating the essential access to abortions, the choice of the woman is essentially eliminated. Small, linear views cannot grasp the full scope of reality. Laws should be made and kept universally inclusive to ensure fairness and protection among all its citizens. It is a choice to support abortion, and it is a choice to not support it. As the old saying goes, mind the business that minds you. With all the foundational support and evidence stacked up, the restrictions on abortion was never about human rights, it was about controlling women. Read for yourself! - RESOURCES:    The Constitution of the United States https://www.oyez.org/cases/1971/70-18   Read Justice Alito's initial draft abortion opinion which would overturn Roe v. Wade - POLITICO https://www.cdc.gov/media/releases/2019/p0905-racial-ethnic-disparities-pregnancy-deaths.html Trends in Timing of Pregnancy Awareness Among US Women - PMC (nih.gov) Personhood status of the human zygote, embryo, fetus - PMC (nih.gov) Embryo vs. Fetus: What’s the Difference? (healthline.com) Person Definition & Meaning - Merriam-Webster individual_1 noun - Definition, pictures, pronunciation and usage notes | Oxford Advanced Learner's Dictionary at OxfordLearnersDictionaries.com

Alexis Breedlove
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