Petition to Tony Evers, Kenosha Wisconsin Police Department
Charge the cops who shot Jacob Blake
DONATE DIRECTLY TO THE FAMILY:https://www.gofundme.com/f/justiceforjacobblakeJacob Blake, 29, was shot by Kenosha, Wisconsin police officers in the back 7 times on August 23, 2020. Officers were on the scene due to a fight, which Jacob Blake was trying to break up. He was unarmed and his kids were right there and saw everything. Fortunately, Jacob was not killed but he is in serious condition. The cops who shot him need to be charged with at least attempted murder. Jacob Blake needs our help fighting for justice. Please sign this petition and share with friends and family to help him and his family. All love to you guys.
Petition to MARK BRNOVICH ARIZONA ATTORNEY GENERAL, Allister Adel Maricopa County Attorney, Arizona Governor Doug Ducey, FBI , Donald J. Trump, Mark Zuckerberg, Jeff Bezos
Demand JUSTICE FOR ALL against police and political corruption. Nobody is above the law.
PLEASE JOIN us now and demand Justice for All and accountability against police and political corruption for YOU, YOUR FAMILY, AND LOVED ONES! Make sure that you are not next to be violently killed by anyone with political influence of law enforcement and treated like roadkill with no accountability or repercussions. Join us now in this fight for our constitutional right as US citizens not to be killed and treated inhumanely. Our tax dollars are not to pay for corrupt police and politicians abusing their power and obstructing justice. It is critical now to raise awareness to separate politics from law enforcement as NOBODY IS ABOVE THE LAW. The prosecution of criminal activity should never rely on the preferential treatment of politically connected criminals. Our precious Dad, husband, uncle, brother, now grandfather, neighbor, business friend and provider, HOWARD L. BROWN had a professional career for 40 years in Arizona with security services protecting people and their businesses yet, more universally impressive to our lives today as an imperative contributor to our knowledge of space shuttles allowing the world to learn about our universe while he was a physicist at NASA. Although he brought the world safety and decency that shouldn't matter nor should it matter how wonderful of a father he was to us 3, The Brown Girls. His life mattered no matter what he did because God gave him life and he gave life meaning and purpose to many. On a Sunday afternoon at 4 pm on his way back home walking our Snickers Lee in the allegedly upscale and safe neighborhood of Paradise Valley, Arizona, inches from being out of the residential street a speeding un-attentive driver struck and violently killed him breaking almost every bone in his body. Snickers Lee was already out of the deadly path of Paige H. Dembow. Paige is the addict felon, uninsured, on probation for drugs, breathalyzer in vehicle from a previous DUI, adult offspring of then Vice Mayor/current councilman Paul Dembow. According to the witness 200'-300' behind the killer he said he never saw her swerve or brake before seeing a man violently hit into the air. The responding officer Hovorka did nothing to secure the scene nor detain the killer, he began to address the killer after 10 minutes on the scene telling her she's not going to jail, one of many times he made sure the quickly arrived Vice Mayor and the killer knew she wasn't going to jail. The officer of approximately 20 years allowed the killer to be assisted by 3 more of her family members as she didn't know where the pedestrian was or where he came from because she couldn't see down a street with 1,000 ft or more of straight visibility. After directing one of them to get her things (evidence) out of her car councilman told the officer he was taking her home. The adult whom just recklessly and unnecessarily killed a man was now free to kill you next. The officer cleaned our father's large pool of blood out of the street then 2 hours later called nearby Scottsdale to come investigate a botched crime scene. Paradise Valley and Scottsdale police never provided a single test or basic traffic stop protocol for Paige Dembow. Never charged with anything. No speeding ticket, no reckless driving charges, no discovery of her inability to see or drive with care, breathalyzer never tested for fails, no drug test, no phone test or search for use while driving a machine, no ticket for no insurance, didn't notify her probation officer, never detained or taken into custody. Paige Dembow, Paul Dembow, officer Stephen Hovorka, and police chief Peter Wingert are still free today to kill and obstruct justice due to their abuse of power. Until you stand with us against injustice to ALL human beings they are going to break the law again and again with their privilege of being above the law. Make sure today that nobody is above the law, nobody will be permitted to kill, and nobody will be treated like roadkill ever. PLEASE SIGN THIS PETITION TO DEMAND JUSTICE, POLITICAL AFFILIATION, PRIVILEGE AND POWER HAVE NO PLACE IN CRIMINAL JUSTICE. 1. WE together demand Paige Dembow be charged with killing a man with the highest charge possible while on probation for MANSLAUGHTER. 2. We together demand Paul Dembow be charged with obstruction of justice and abuse of power and perjury and fraud. 3. We together demand peace/police officers Stephen Hovorka and Mark Garrity, police chief Peter Wingert, and Scottsdale police chief be charged with obstruction of justice, conspiring, destroying evidence, and aiding and abetting a criminal. They need to immediately lose their certifications as officers in all states of America and have their retirement funds stripped and reimbursed to tax payers since the crime took place. Killers, politicians, and law enforcement need to be held accountable for criminal behavior and abuses of power today. www.JusticeForTheBrowns.com facebook.instagram www.gofundme.com/f/justiceforthebrowns firstname.lastname@example.org
Petition to Colorado Springs City Council, Colorado Spring Police Department, Mayor John Suthers, DA Dan May
DEMAND ACTION AGAINST COLORADO SPRINGS POLICE DEPARTMENT
The Colorado Springs Police Department (CSPD) has a long history of using excessive and deadly force. In 2018 they were forced to pay $160000 to settle an excessive force lawsuit. On May 24, 2020 another incident of police brutality happened when CSPD responded to an incident and the suspect was killed while being subdued by officers. CSPD was responsible for the murder of De'Von Bailey in August of 2019. They shot Bailey in the back. All charges were dropped against the officers despite the fact that there was video footage of the murder as well as witnesses. There was no justice for Bailey. Most recently, on June 1, 2020 Colorado Springs Police Officers used excessive force to restrain a Colorado Springs man. When asked to get on the ground the man complied and got on the ground and put his hands behind his back. Officers swarmed him, getting on top of the man and began to beat the man with their fists. It is clear that CSPD needs real change and real repercussions. De'von Bailey's family will never have him back. His life was lost to the violence of this police department. His family and his community mourn him. There must be repercussions for the officers involved. There must be Justice for De'von Bailey. We cannot wait until CSPD kills another person in our community. ACTION MUST BE TAKEN NOW! We are trying to reach the attention of Colorado Springs Mayor John Suthers and DA Dan May as well as the Colorado Springs City Council Members to beg them to have the officers involved in these incidents fired and for new charges to be filed immediately. They need the required training. They need an independent review board. They need systems that hold them accountable for their actions. Our civil servants must take action to protect the citizens of Colorado Springs.
Petition to minneapolis police department, Donald J. Trump, Minnesota State House, Minnesota State Senate, Mark Dayton, Robins Kaplan
The Minneapolis Police Officers to be charged for murder after killing innocent black man
Monday May 25. 2020 Minneapolis PD murdered an African American man who was unarmed and not dangerous. This whole incident makes me sick. The power that comes with the PD is old news. It's 2020 and we still have racist police officers murdering innocent civilians. This is bull sh*t. I don't care if the officer were to be red, blue, yellow, black, or purple. The man murdered another human being for no reason. He was getting some sick satisfaction of crushing this man's neck. He sat there crushing his neck cutting off his air passages. The man started bleeding from his nose before going unconscious. The Police Department remained completely unphased by it. One officer checked his pulse after the man went unconscious. At this point the man was gone. He was murdered for what reason? This was no medical condition. And even If the man had any medical condition whatsoever he would still be alive today had this officer not spent over 15 minutes crushing his throat. The man was NOT fighting back at this point. Everything was under control. Yet the officer continued using excessive force. I ask the you [we] the people stand up to the Minneapolis Police Department. Both officers are to be charged with murder and to be sentenced to the highest possible amount of time in Federal prison. Enough is enough!!! No more white privileges. No more police privileges. This is beyond old!!!! "My stomach hurts. My neck hurts. Everything hurts. … (I need) water or something. Please. Please. I can't breathe, officer. … I cannot breathe. https://www.cbsnews.com/news/video-shows-minneapolis-cop-with-knee-on-neck-of-motionless-moaning-man-he-later-died/
Petition to Nancy Backus, Auburn City Council, Jeff Nelson, police department, Chief of Police Auburn Police Department
Hold Auburn Police Department for Accountability & Justice for the Murder of Jesse Sarey
Officer Jeff Nelson's killings and history two families bonded over the murder of their sons second victim killed by Officer Nelson I want to make sure people know that Elaine is the Foster mom of Jesse Sarey, I met Elaine Simons at the CHOP protest. She came up and shared Jesse's story amongst hundreds of people. The fact that she fostered Jesse for only 6 months but is standing up for Jesse solely by herself made me want to help her anyway I could. I'm helping her write this petition, this is co written by her and I but is under my account. I will be updating and going through the petition with Elaine. Jesse Sarey was my foster son when he was 11 years old. Up to the time of his untimely death he was living homeless in Kent, WA and struggling with Mental Health Issues. He was one of four brothers. His younger brother lived with me for 9 years and aged out of the foster care system. He was a funny and sweet young man who was loved by his mother and brothers and over 27 cousins. He loved Naruto and break dancing. After six months of living with me Jesse started having some mental health issues and had to go live in an adolescent residentail program. His family came to America during the Khmer Regime from Cambodia to escape being killed. The elders are heartbroken that life in America has been such a difficult journey for the children born here. Jesse is a by product of the school to prison pipe line and foster care system. I have been an art teacher in KC Youth Detention and ran an homeless youth and young adult program in Seattle. I also know two impacted families who have lost loved ones, one was the girlfriend and the other a sister who I both taught. He never had the opportunity to get off the streets and turn his life around he died at the young age of 26 years old. On May 31st, 2019 my foster son Jesse Sarey was having a mental health issue in Auburn, WA at a near by Walgreens he then walked across the street to the Sunshine Groceries and had calmed down. The police were called to the scene. At no time was a Mental Health Response Team sent to de escalate the situation. When Officer Jeff Nelson arrived on the scene, Jesse was sitting in front of the ice machine chewing on ice as it was a hot day. Officer Nelson asked Jesse to stand up and that he was being arrested for disorderly conduct. Jesse questioned this and they ended up in an physical altercation. The witness stated that Jesse was asking why he was being arrested and the police officer was pushing the limits of Jesse's patience. During the physical altercation the police officer stated that Jesse reached for his gun, when in reality when Jesse hand touched the gun he pulled back realizing his mistake. The officer then pulled out his gun turned to the witness with the gun aimed at him and then turned and shot Jesse in the stomach. Jesse fell to the ground next to the ice machine and 4 seconds later he was shot execution style in the head. There was no need for the kill shot. As a Jewish woman I have been getting a lot of push back why is Jesse Sarey case important and that there are lots of black mothers who have lost their children to police violence. This impacts me immensely as I have been around people who have lost their love ones from police brutality. When Jesse was killed his biological family called me and asked me to meet with the family. We gathered at the mothers sister's home and they asked me to take a role in the advocacy and seeking justice for Jesse. Jesse is important due to the fact I believe that Officer Nelson thought he would get away with killing another person of color and a homeless person and no one would care. OFFICER JEFF NELSON HAS MURDERED 2 OTHER PEOPLE BEFORE HE KILLED MY SON. HE KILLED THE SECOND VICTIM THE SAME WAY AS HE DID JESSE. YET THIS MAN IS STILL IN THE FORCE. Nelson shot and killed an Auburn citizen Brian Scaman during a traffic stop. Like Isaiah & Jesse, Nelson shot Mr. Scaman in the head. Nelson has had 65 excessive force complaints lodged against him. On a force with 57 patrol officers and at least 115 officers total, he has committed three of the entire force’s five officer-involved shootings since 2011. Its only a matter of time that Officer Jeff Nelson will kill again. I am relentless in seeking justice for Jesse. People are going to challenge that Jesse asked for this to happen due to his mental health background and run in with the justice system. That should have no bearing for an unjustified killing of yet another unarmed person of color. If we bought this into this narrative then it is giving permission for police to be the judge, jury and executioner of people they encounter on the streets. What we need to focus on is NOT THE VICTIMS BACKGROUND as it should have no bearing on what led up to the shooting. Demands: 1). Drop all law suits that are prohibiting the inquest process so families of loved ones can have answers and accountability including; Auburn, Renton, Kent, Federal Way and the King County Sheriffs Office. 2). Firing, Arrest and Charged of Officer Jeff Nelson for the Murder of Jesse Sarey. Not only will this case be the first in 30 years to charge a police officer in Washington state for murder it will also open the doors for other cases throughout America seeking accountability and justice for their love ones. It wiil also set precedence for all the hundreds of cases that deserve the same type of justice. 3). Defund the Auburn Police Department by 50%. 4.) Solidarity for the other families who love ones have been killed by Auburn and opening their Police cases. Enosa EJ Strickland, Isaiah Obet, Renee Davis and the 1st victim name killed by Jeff Nelson. Any one else killed by Auburn Police. 5. Police should wear Dash cams. 6. Restorative Justice Approach to education in the police academy where they need to come face to face with families impacted by police violence to create a culture of empathy. On going professional development and classes on verbal and physical de escalation, Mental health issues and harm reduction and substance abuse. API Murdered by Police coming together in United Front with Black Lives Matter.
Petition to City of Olean Common Council, William J. Aiello
Replace Police Chief as the head of the Police Reform Committee in Olean, NY
On 11/24/2020 at the Common Council meeting in the city of Olean NY, Mayor William J. Aiello announced that Police Chief Jeff Rowley will be the appointed Chairperson of the Police Reform Committee established in light of NYS Executive Order 203.Residents feel this is a conflict of interest, having noted Mr. Rowley formerly stating he does not believe the Olean Police Department needs any additional reform efforts.In an effort to avoid any future conflicts, scandals or setbacks - we are calling for the replacement of Police Chief Rowley as the chair of this committee.There are numerous parties who are capable and willing to be suitable replacements. We are not asking that the Chief be excluded from any meetings, we welcome his input and presence. We are only seeking his replacement in the capacity to lead the rest of the committee.Because of COVID-19, and lengthy delays in the forming of the committee, time is extremely short to bring the city to compliance with the order.Without swift and firm action - the city could fail to meet it's obligations and lose state fundings and/or other opportunities. We are asking for an Independent Chairperson, not currently on the police force.
Petition to Allegheny County Council, Allegheny County Executive
Petition for a Civilian-Police Review Board of Allegheny County, PA
Allegheny County has approximately 130 municipalities with over 100 police departments including campus police, Allegheny County Police and Port Authority Police. Historically, there have been numerous and controversial incidents involving police brutality and misconduct by officers of these numerous police departments. However, the city of Pittsburgh is the ONLY municipality within Allegheny County which has an active mechanism to receive, process, monitor and facilitate the adjudication of civilian complaints of police brutality and misconduct. It is the only municipality within Allegheny County which has a citizen or civilian police review board. We seek the active endorsement and support of all Allegheny County public officials in addressing this issue. Therefore, we the undersigned residents of Allegheny County are calling for the creation and empowerment of a Civilian-Police Review Board of Allegheny County, Pennsylvania.
Petition to Deanna Lorson, City Council
Deanna Lorson: Open up the search for a new Oceanside Police Chief!
Why is Deanna Lorson handcuffing the search for a new Police Chief? Oceanside California City Manager Deanna Lorson has limited the search for a new Police Chief to internal applicants only and plans to make a new hire by October. That means only a few applicants will be considered for this extraordinarily powerful job. She will not commit to share the names of those advising her, and she won't commit to an open forum of public input for the hiring process. This raises alarming questions! How can Oceanside residents be confident that the best candidates were considered if the search is limited to just a few applicants? If Ms. Lorson’s advisors are anonymous, how can we be sure they’re not connected to people who might be politicizing her decision? Why the aggressive timeline? Has someone already been secretly chosen for the job? What's best for all Oceanside residents? Hiring a new Police Chief in these turbulent times should be an open and transparent process. It should take the time necessary to pull from as diverse a group of applicants as possible, and it should include lots of public input. Therefore, we believe Deanna Lorson should: Open this position to external applicants, so Oceanside has the best chance to hire the best person for the job. Create online public workshop for residents to share their concerns, values, and priorities for the hiring of our next Chief. Make the identity of all persons advising Ms. Lorson transparent before the selection of a new Chief so residents know who is influencing this critical decision. If you sign this petition please also contact our City Council members and tell them you agree with these demands: Email the whole City Council: Council@oceansideca.org Who are we? We are members of the faith community in Oceanside who are committed to racial justice and improving trust between OPD and all Oceanside residents. St. John Church The Oceanside Sanctuary St. Thomas More Catholic Church