Petition to Guillaume PEPY, Jacques MAZARS, Jean-Marc AMBROSINI
Contre la radiation de la SNCF de Christophe et Mathieu
Dans un contexte national sans pareil de répression syndicale (8 de Goodyear, Air France, 6 de Haguenau...), la SNCF a engagé fin juin 2016 des procédures de radiation (licenciement) à l'encontre de 2 conducteurs de trains : Christophe, militant actif, et Mathieu, délégué du personnel (SUD Rail), pour des faits non avérés survenus pendant qu'ils étaient en grève. Christophe a reçu la notification de sa radiation début octobre et a demandé une grâce de la part du Président Directeur Général de la SNCF, Guillaume PEPY, restée pour le moment sans suite. Mathieu "bénéficie" pour sa part de la procédure spéciale de radiation car il est représentant du personnel. Comme attendu, le Comité d'Entreprise réuni le 25 octobre a voté contre sa radiation et l'inspection du travail doit rendre son avis. La Direction de la SNCF Alsace a déjà fait savoir qu'elle ira jusqu'à solliciter les services du Ministère pour valider ladite radiation. Ces procédures sont injustes et totalement disproportionnées (accusations non avérées, pouvoir disciplinaire qui ne s'applique normalement pas lorsque les agents sont en grève... pour obtenir plus d'informations à ce sujet : http://sudrailstrasbourg.fr/spip.php?article194 et montrent la volonté de la SNCF de paralyser les militants des syndicats de lutte. Outre les problématiques syndicales ou politiques, ce sont les vies de 2 hommes et de leur famille qui doivent être prises en compte ! Merci de signer pour que Monsieur Guillaume PEPY, Président Directeur Général de la SNCF, accorde sa grâce à Christophe pour qu'il puisse être réintégré et pour qu'une fois la décision de l'inspection du travail rendue, Monsieur Jacques MAZARS, Directeur Régional de la SNCF Alsace, prenne la décision juste qui s'impose, à savoir l'annulation pure et simple de la procédure disciplinaire engagée contre Mathieu.
Petition to Department of Veterans Affairs, President of the United States, Department of Defense
Give Corey the benefits and care he has earned!
My son was assaulted by a soldier breaking his neck. He was hit from behind because he didn’t want to get into the car with them. The Army says this is my son’s fault because if he had gotten in the car when he was told to, he wouldn’t have been hit breaking his neck. After breaking his neck the soldiers picked Corey up and placed him in the back of a compact car between two other soldiers. They had a Sgt and a paramedic meet them in the parking lot of the barracks where the paramedic evaluated my son and did not call an ambulance for him to stabilize him. It took about 3 hours for them to get Corey to the military hospital where they did not have a neurosurgeon. The Army refuses to transfer him to a WTU they refuse to start a medboard and they refuse to say this is in the line of duty. SOLDIERS did this to my son. SOLDIERS moved my son around and hauled him around in a car for hours with a broken neck. A Paramedic trained by the army looked at my son, documented that he was barely breathing, paralyzed, had low blood pressure and heart rate, and was in and out of consciousness. This paramedic had a responsibility to call an ambulance to stabilize my son’s spinal cord and administer oxygen, fluids, and medication for his heart rate and blood pressure. A paramedic had the responsibility to transfer my son to a hospital with a neurosurgeon on duty to stabilize my son. Due to the care and treatment he received at the hands of soldiers and a paramedic on post, my son suffered bleeding into the spinal cord as well as having bone fragments impinging on his spinal cord. He went from paraplegic to quadriplegic all while in he hospital. Now my son is not eligible for any grants for adaptive technology, home and vehicle modifications, transport to and from therapy, durable medical equipment, or home health care. He is not eligible because the Army refuses to take responsibility for their part in my son’s injuries. I cannot sue because of something called the Fares Doctrine. My son has suffered enough! For the rest of his life he will have to have someone help him with everyday tasks. He cannot even control his own bowel and bladder function. He is 23 years old. Help me get the benefits my son deserves!! I have 5 kids and have worked hard to get where I am. I am a RN who works at the VA hospital in our area and I am going to lose my job. My FMLA is up this month and I will have to return to work. They won’t even let me work part time so I can care for Corey. Without the benefits being withheld we will lose everything! I can’t leave him by himself and he has to go to therapy. I was told last week to apply for Medicaid. I shouldn’t have to. He is coveeed on my insurance and the army has some responsibility for the extent of his injuries. PLEASE help in any way you can! To read more of our story or to help share or donate to help with modifications we so desperately need for our home please follow this link https://www.youcaring.com/coreyshackelford-1038083 or you can find my story on Facebook @accountabilityforcorey
Petition to Honorable Linda Louise Bergman, Senior Judge, Oregon Department of Justice
Exonerate Marzouk in Toyota Defect Case
In March of 2006, Abdelfattah Marzouk was unable to stop his Toyota Camry after being rear-ended. With both feet on the brake pedal, he evaded traffic for several miles as his car malfunctioned and continued to accelerate down the steep hill that is Highway 99. New evidence shows that brake failure due to the initial crash damage, coupled with defective mechanisms in his Toyota were what led to this horrific car crash and the tragic death of a wife and mother. Mr. Marzouk was convicted of manslaughter, accused of "using his car like a bomb" and taking off down the road in a fit of rage with no regard for human life. He served out his full 10 year sentence. A year and a half following his release from Oregon State Penitentiary, he was finally granted an inspection of his vehicle. John Sandeen discovered evidence supporting the claims Marzouk has stood by all these years. In short; Marzouk did NOT have functional brakes. He was NOT pressing the gas. His Toyota had defective parts which caused the throttle to stick open, resulting in Unintended Sudden Acceleration. Marzouk's attorney failed to obtain the necessary inspections that would have proven his innocence with certainty. The original inspections were incomplete the inspectors provided false testimony. Toyota has an admittedly long history of faulty mechanics in their vehicles. Mr. Marzouk and the family of the victim deserve justice. The Oregon Dept. Of Justice as well as Toyota need to hold themselves accountable for their negligence which resulted in loss of freedom for Marzouk, and loss of life for Patricia Taylor. His Post-Conviction Relief hearing is scheduled for August 16th, 2018. The goal of this petition is to show Honorable Linda Louise Bergman, Senior Judge and the Oregon DOJ that the public supports the exoneration of Mr. Marzouk. Additionally, we are hoping this will ultimately result in the prevention of future fatalities due to negligence in car manufacturing and testing. This is a great injustice on so many levels and must be addressed. Please sign to show your support. Hear the case discussed on KBOO's Prison Pipeline here (about halfway through the recording): https://kboo.fm/media/66994-sheridan-ice-detainees-update-and-abdelfattah-marzouk-case Check out the website to see evidence and details here: www.ExonerateMarzouk.com Like, follow and share this page where details and updates are shared: www.facebook.com/ExonerateMarzouk View the supporting comments on the previous petition for his release here: https://www.change.org/p/washington-county-attorney-s-washington-county-attorney-s-office-oregon-release-innocent-father-in-toyota-crash-pending-hearing/c
Petition to Georgia Bureau of Investigation, Walker County Georgia Sheriffs Department, Herbert E Buzz Franklin, Chris Carr, Governor Nathan Deal
Be a voice for the voiceless. Help support justice and get a known killer off the streets
As most are aware, my baby brother Dj "Don" was shot and killed on October 3rd 2016. His death was originally called in as a suicide by the monster that pulled the trigger. Since day one the detectives bungled the investigation and even with hard evidence and many witnesses, a failed polygraph test, the person of interest changing his story of what happened that day many times, 911 telling person of interest that called in the suicide to move the gun, the fact that Dj was texting several people the time he was shot begging to get out of the home as he stated “he was going to end up dead there and that it would save his life”, the fact Dj was right handed but was shot in the left cheek, no forensics testing done what so ever and much, much more that this person killed Dj and in fact was not a suicide This has gone no further then where it stands today. We are asking for support to help with the awareness and to help spread his story so justice can be brought to Dj, his 3 babies as well as family and friends. The day Dj was shot he was sent to GBI crime lab for a “limited” autopsy with the information given to them that this was a self inflicted suicide by shotgun because they had a witness that seen it “Person of interest”. That was the only information sent to the crime lab with my brother. Once he arrived, the medical examiner ruled his death as a suicide based on that information. No gun residue test was ever done on Dj, they wasn’t aware Dj was right handed but was shot in the left cheek at a front to back, left to right and downward angle with a shotgun. Was not aware there was more then the one witness, any of the facts surrounding the shooting the day it occurred. And didn’t care nor ask. Weeks/months into the investigation, it would be changed from a suicide investigation to possible homicide investigation by the lead detective at Walker county due to all the evidence and truth that was coming out. The Walker county sheriffs departments detectives nor coroner was ever in contact with the medical examiner to let her be aware of the changes or updates in the case which lead to cause and manner of death being “written in stone” as suicide by self inflicted gunshot wound to the face. Which was done on oct 5, 2016. The day after Dj was shot/day of autopsy. Once the investigation was handed over to the District attorney, he concluded this as a suicide based on the autopsy findings and considered the case closed. All we have asked from the beginning was for them to present this case in front of a grand jury to let them decide if an arrest or indictment should/could be made. As we know there is significant evidence. We have been ignored, lied to and blew off. I have done whatever I can think of to come up with funds to hire my own Private investigator “Eric Echols” to review this case, do his own interviews as well as present all the evidence to the medical examiner which was never aware of all the evidence and consider relooking at the case and over turning her original ruling. She however will not budge and herself as well as the GBI states they are confident in their original ruling. God knows what we have been through since October 2016 and everything we have done to try and fight for Dj's justice and some form of closure. We appreciate all the help and support given to us in order to get justice for Dj and some closure to us as well as getting a murderer off the streets. We do not want this to happen to another innocent person or for another family to suffer as we are still doing by the hands of this person. I will fight til my last breath to stand up for this and be a voice for the voiceless as right is right and wrong is wrong. I have two social media pages to support the fight for justice for Dj. Please link to my brothers Facebook page as well as twitter so you can read some details in the case as they are all public records. I have information from 2 weeks prior to his murder up until now. We have a wonderful support team as well as professionals helping us in this fight who are confident in this case. But we can always use more. Djs story is gaining a lot of media attention everyday as anyone can see there is a huge injustice being done here. Please help us in getting this taken in front of a grand jury to get a indictment and whatever else needs to be done for justice. Anyone who has read this case can see clearly what it was and can say with 100% certainty that this was not a suicide but in fact a homicide. I am sick and tired of the corruption and cover ups that are going on in this county and it is time someone finally stands up to them and let's them see that they work for the people. To this day, we have yet to get a return phone call from Walker county sheriff Steve Wilson or walker county coroner Dewayne Wilson with any questions or concerns that we have had throughout this time. Please share my brothers story and help us in his fight for justice and support is always appreciated. And thank you from the bottom of our hearts for all the thoughts, prayers and support. Find his story on Facebook at https://m.facebook.com/groups/111926779427988?ref=bookmarks And on twitter at https://mobile.twitter.com/JusticeForDj88
Petition to Mayor Bill de Blasio, Bill de Blasio, Andrew Cuomo, Yvette Clarke
Drop the charges against Christina Thomas
The managers and staff members of New Red Apple Nail, Inc located at 1426 Nostrand Avenue viciously beat a Black Grandmother, her Granddaughter and a friend of their family with broomsticks, had acetone thrown on them and cut with a razor. The NYPD unjustly arrested the granddaughter who was not only a victim, but was trying to protect her grandmother. The community is asking for all charges against the granddaughter, Christina Thomas, to be immediately dropped, the restraining order against her vacated and for the remaining workers involved in the mob attack to be arrested and charged.
Petition to President of the United States
Make cowboy day a national holiday
This is a vital issue. Cowboy day just needs to become a national holiday, that's all. Snapchat has already brought vital exposure to this issue so, obviously it matters. Also, Howard the alien should be the next president as he will fix all our problems. Also add me on snap (it's in my Instagram bio & if you don't know my Instagram then you probably don't know me)
Petition to YouTube, Google, Inc
Justice for Shane Dawson
Shane Lee Yaw, known as Shane Dawson, has been a Youtube creator for over 10 years, and has amassed an astounding number of over 15 million subscribers to his channel “shane” alone, not counting his second channel “Shane Dawson TV”. Youtube over the years has removed ads from Shane’s videos and removed his channel from the trending section on the app and website. For months, Shane’s recent video style change has caused his views to skyrocket, and his mini “documentary” on TanaCon was viewed more than the Royal Wedding of 2018. Shane Dawson’s channel has been getting recommended less, even as his main channel is growing tremendously, “shane” gaining 1 million suscribers in less than a month. Shane makes elaborate series’ that take weeks to edit and cause him and his editor, Andrew Siwicki, sleep deprivation from being overworked. Shane Dawson has been though a lot, from coming out as bisexual to being accused as a pedophile, and it truly is unfair for his videos to not have ads, not be on the trending page, and not be recommended as much to viewers.
Petition to Eric Holcomb, Donald Trump, U.S. Department of State, U.S. Senate, U.S. House of Representatives
70 Years in Prison for Being a Lookout on a 1st Offense!? Cruel and Ineffective!
It can happen to you, "Man Gets 70 Years in Prison on 1st Offense for Being a Lookout." "Only in America: Lookout Gets Life Sentence for 1st Time Offense." How can a first-time offense for robbery warrant more time than a murderer or child molester? This petition is a chance to make a difference in the lives of not only the family and friends of Vernell, but also the community. Vernell Freeman was sentenced to 70 years beginning on November 3, 2000. This sentencing was the result of going to trial with a public defender, and not a personal attorney. Vernell was charged with 2 burglaries and other crimes as a result of the burglary, such as receiving stolen items, and robbery with bodily injury. I agree and stand with the decision to incarcerate Vernell for his actions. No one deserves to have their home invaded and things taken. I have had my home invaded on 3 separate occasions so I sympathize with the victims, however, I disagree with the amount of time given for this crime. In my case the person who broke in was given probation. Vernell has to live with his mistakes forever, he can never forget what he did, but he can apologize for what he did, and repent and ask for forgiveness in an attempt to move on in life. Injustice comes in many forms, and at times when we don't recognize it, and at times there is not much we can do. In this case, we can clearly see an injustice. He went in around age 22 and will not be able to return to society, loved ones, or home until he is about 58 years old. What quality of life will he have? He will be struggling for jobs at that age, trying to rekindle relationships with his adult children and adult grandchildren who only know them through a picture, phone call, letter, or video. He loves his children, and stays in contact with them. He will also mourn and miss loved ones who are deceased, whom he will never get to show how much of a better person he has become. This was Vernell's first offense, and his first trial ever in life. He had not been to prison prior to this, 70 years is a horrid sentencing at such a young age. There have been many cases that show that you can in fact kill someone, or hurt someone and still get less time than Vernell did for his crime. According to Guerra (2014) "Judge Kurt Eisgruber in May sentenced David Wise to eight years of home detention for drugging his then-wife and raping her while she was unconscious." Wierks (2015) states that, “Two decades ago, Tony Degrafreed, 52, was convicted for killing his first wife, Stacy Degrafreed. He served 11 years in prison for her murder.” According to Garrison (2017) “A 28-year-old woman whose vehicle was used to kidnap two teenage brothers later brutally murdered was sentenced to 30 years in prison.” Vernell has completely turned his life around, he focuses on God, and God has become the center of his life. He is a positive influence on many other prisoners around him, and he has, with letters and phone conversations helped with the happiness and well-being of his home and children. This petition is not a selfish cry out for Vernell to be freed, this is a holistic cry out, because I am a mother and a teacher, and I see where our young men are headed. Vernell has a gift and talent that he discovered while in prison and so, we thank God for him going to prison, God has saved his life there. He had a chance to sit still, and grasp the life that God purposed for him. He is now ready to share this goodness with others. He is the perfect candidate to show that prison can in fact be rehabilitation for some. He has written to me these words, "Be still, be patient, listen to God- He talks to us through us - the signs are there and have always been there. It might not be how we wanted it, but it's without a doubt what we need." I know without a doubt that prison was a gift for Vernell, he was on the wrong path in life, but he has not been given a second chance to prove himself worthy for a second chance at life. What is a second chance? We use second chances all the time. Supervisors warn of what will happen if a worker encounters an infraction, we tell our children what consequence will be rendered upon a second time around, as a teacher my students get more than enough chances to turn their behavior around. What is a second chance? It is a chance to see if what you said, or did actually worked. In this case, has prison served its purpose in Vernell’s life? Benson (2003) stated that, "Until the mid-1970s, rehabilitation was a key part of U.S. prison policy. Prisoners were encouraged to develop occupational skills and to resolve psychological problems--such as substance abuse or aggression--that might interfere with their reintegration into society. Indeed, many inmates received court sentences that mandated treatment for such problems. Since then, however, rehabilitation has taken a back seat to a "get tough on crime" approach that sees punishment as prison's main function, says Haney. The approach has created explosive growth in the prison population, while having at most a modest effect on crime rates. As a result, the United States now has more than 2 million people in prisons or jails--the equivalent of one in every 142 U.S. residents--and another four to five million people on probation or parole. A higher percentage of the population is involved in the criminal justice system in the United States than in any other developed country." How do we gauge what works or not, if some people who it may have worked with, does not get a chance to show that it worked! Vernell deserves a chance to come out into society, to make a difference in our youth, and to show the courts and the prisons, that he is an example of someone who just simply needs a second chance at life. He has 2 daughters, 6 sons, and 2 grandsons that love him dearly. He has lost his dad, and many others while he has been in prison, and his mother is having current health issues. He is needed in their lives. He is needed in many other lives in this community; allow him a chance to show the goodness of his change. Are his sins different from the sins people are committing daily. Is it different for him because his are on public record? Everyone makes mistakes, sign this petition to support second chances, and to advocate against near life sentencing on 1st offense cases. Vernell is prepared to help save generations, as well as show that prison can be a positive institute if it is used in the proper manner. Thank you in advance for your support in this case. Works Cited Benson, E. (2003). Rehabilitate or Punish? Psychologists are not only providing treatment to prisoners; they're also contributing to debate over the nature of the prison itself, 34(7). Retrieved from http://www.apa.org/monitor/julaug03/rehab.aspx Guerra, K. (2014, June 29). Marion County criminal cases with sentences less than expected. Indy Star. Retrieved from http://www.indystar.com/story/news/crime/2014/06/19/marion-county-criminal-cases-sentences-less-expected/10788647/ Wierks, K. (2015, October 6). Indianapolis man gets 60 year prison sentence for second wife’s murder. Channel 4 News. Retrieved from http://cbs4indy.com/2015/10/06/indianapolis-man-gets-60-year-prison-sentence-for-second-wifes-murder/ Garrison, S. (2017, December 1). Woman sentenced to 30 years prison for kidnapping of murdered teenage brothers. NW Indiana Times. 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