Petition Tag - justice

1. More cat emojis

There are only very few cat emojis on Apple phones or any other type of phone. This is a disrespect to the species, cats deserve much more recognition and people would love more cat emojis to express with, not just the unrealistic ones. There are many different types of cat, not just tabby, and they deserve a chance to be included in the emoji selection and to be used daily.

2. John's Law

John was attacked 2.5yrs ago he sustained life changing injuries and waited 2.5 yrs to get justice. By the time it got to court his health had deteriorated so much that he was unable to give good evidence. two of his attackers were found not guilty and one guilty and the one who was found guilty was only sentenced to 2ys 9 mths. We would like the justice system to rethink their sentencing on such life changing injuries. John has said if the system changed its sentencing and made it stiffer then perhaps this would set a president and send out a message that the the uk is not a place to be messed with. Come on UK enough is enough lets get this sentencing sorted out once and for all and save someone else going through this ordeal.

3. HELP US GET A CHANGE OF VENUE FOR MY BABIES FROM, NOTTOWAY COUNTY VA. To GLOUCESTER COUNTY VA.

Governor Terry McAuliffe,Too many babies & children are being hurt .The best interest of those children is overlooked due to "who knows who" in certain small towns where everybody knows everybody & favoritism is shown, Judges become bias & hearings are unfair in JDR courtrooms across the country, therefore, a change in venue to an unbiased fair Judge in another county who will look at & hear evidence to determine the best interest of the children in a timely manner is imperative.

4. Petition the NBA to Help Defund DAPL by Ending its Partnership with BBVA Compass

The Dakota Access Pipeline is funded by a number of banks including BBVA Securities, a subsidiary of BBVA Compass. The National Basketball Association partners with and is sponsored by BBVA Compass. To date, BBVA Securities has invested over $275 million in the Dakota Access Pipeline. The NBA is complicit in the funding and construction of the Dakota Access Pipeline and the atrocities committed against the Standing Rock Sioux through its partnership with BBVA Compass.
Less than two months ago, the United States Army Corps of Engineers halted the construction of the Dakota Access Pipeline in order to conduct an environmental impact study. This study would have likely shown that which we already know, but has been halted and seemingly forgotten under the current presidential administration. Over the past seven years, over 9 million gallons of crude oil have been spilled on the United States, causing irreversible damage to the tune of over $1 billion. In fact, The US Army Corps of Engineers changed the original route of the pipeline in order to protect the city of Bismarck's water supply in the event of a spill. An oil spill along the current route would threaten the Standing Rock Sioux’s water supply, culture, and way of life. If there is concern of an oil spill negatively impacting the people of Bismarck, shouldn’t we be equally concerned for the Standing Rock Sioux? Furthermore, the Standing Rock Sioux believe this land to be sacred, containing burial sites of their ancestors, and protected by the Fort Laramie Treaty of 1868, Not only is this a matter of environmental justice, but it is clearly a matter of human rights and racial justice as well.
The NBA stood up against HB2 in North Carolina by moving the NBA All-Star game from Charlotte to New Orleans. Now we ask that the NBA stand for Standing Rock and for the Standing Rock Sioux by ending its partnership with BBVA Compass.

5. Petycja o udzielenie informacji do RP

https://www.facebook.com/As-1707010852922426/

6. President of the United States - Please Exonerate Orlando Carter

Exonerate Orlando Carter of bank fraud - a crime he did not commit, proven by certified records from PNC Bank

In 2008, the DOJ indicted and convicted Orlando Carter for bank fraud based upon a false claim from National Commercial Capital (kna PNC Bank) that he was liable for a $4 million loan. Rather than verify bank records, FBI agent Kevin Gormley and AUSA Richard Chema presumed the loan was valid.

In 2015, Carter secured certified documents from PNC Bank which prove there was no loan. The government now hinders Carter’s efforts and the federal courts hide behind its "rules”.

Carter has served 8 years of a 15 year sentence. We ask the President of the United States to correct the DOJ's egregious mistake for case 1:08-cr-051, Southern District, Ohio. Without a $4 million loan, Chema prosecuted Carter without grounds or jurisdiction. Carter is innocent. We respectfully request the President of the United States exonerate Orlando Carter.

The complete details of the injustice against Orlando Carter are available by video and explanation in written form at the following link: http://theendofjustice.com/the-case-of-orlando-carter/

The youtube videos are at:
Part 1: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7woOofvRqJc
Part 2: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GgDdqxrVvp0
Part 3: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_S5PcfukgFw
Part 4: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-Llmv6ch2P8

7. Gail's Law to prevent deaths by fatigued drivers

My mother Gail Oxford Chain born 11-04-1956 was killed in a very tragic car accident on 08/07/2016 at 5:56 AM.

At 5300 Sam Houston PKWY & 6200 Gaona, she was stopped at red light in middle lane on the feeder Rd, when out of nowhere another driver going at least 80mph or more in a 45mph zone struck her from behind & swung around hitting her again on driver's side. EMS & Police later arrived at the scene. The driver walked away without a scratch on her & gets to live her life like nothing ever happened. Not even getting to know the hurt & pain she has put my family through. If she was so tired why wasn't she headed home the opposite way? But instead she was going to visit her father in Bay area resort, which doesn't open doors till 8:00am & she passed by like two red lights & a block. My mom had no chance or choice in the matter, but the driver did when she put her keys in the ignition. No charges were pressed against the driver and she went home the same night.

8. Outlaw the practice of jungle justice in Nigeria

Following the emergence of the gruesome images of a young person being beaten, turtored and burnt to death over the theft of a phone it is time for our lawmakers to sit up, take notice and take action over the very common practice of jungle justice in Nigeria. A practice where individuals or groups of persons take the law into their own hands and mete our severe and mostly fatal punishment to people allegedly caught committing offences.

The reputation of Nigeria as a lawless nation is gathering momentum with the numerous incidents of such gruesome barbarity taking place and pictures or video recordings making their way to social media for the entire world to see. The police don't seem to realize that it is their duty to intervene in such situations and protect the life of the victim regardless of their crime. They seem grossly ignorant of the basic principle of law and order that a person is innocent until proven guilty in a court of law and thus must be protected from any form of non judicial punishment. Instead what we have sometimes seen is police officers standing by and looking on while these acts are unfolding.

This cannot continue to happen in the 20th century. In a nation filled with educated and enlightened people. This practice must no longer be condoned in a nation where law and order must be upheld. No one must be allowed to take the law into their own hands.

We need the government to pass a bill to henceforth outlaw Jungle Justice in Nigeria and any perpetrators brought to greater justice in a court of law. Also anyone or persons taking part in acts that result in any loss of lives must become liable to face the firing squad.

Please support this petition today. Thank you.

9. STOP JUNGLE JUSTICE IN NIGERIA!

Today a 7 year old boy was beaten and burnt to death for stealing garri (cassava flour). A lady was killed for stealing a cellphone sometime ago, Four young men were slaughtered in daylight for allegedly stealing gadgets some years back in Rivers state and nothing was done to the perpetrators. A woman was lynched in the northern part of Nigeria recently and the accused acquitted without justice for the dead. In Akwa Ibom, children are accused of witchcraft and thereafter summarily murdered, All in daylight, All with bystanders, filming and taking pictures while a human is snuffed to death.

This has to stop! These crimes against humanity are rarely investigated and the bystanders are never even considered as accomplices.

This is a barbaric act and the earlier something is done about this the better because the unity preached is threatened by such acts.

A legislative policy or law should be enacted for such heinous crime and the courts should be the only place to seek for justice whatsoever.

We simply can't take laws into our hands.

Sign this petition today and lend your voice to this cause so we put an end to this.. It could be you or me tomorrow... God forbid.

10. Justice for the hungry boy of Lagos

A 7 year old boy was lynched in Lagos, Nigeria over claim that he attempted to steal garri.

The Nigeria Government should bring the culprits to book and do something about "Jungle Justice" fast.

11. Make the sentence just

Dewayne robbed first state bank 1999. He was promised by his then attorney and the sentencing judge with no objections being voiced by any other persons present that day that he would be eligible for release in 10 years (Documented in the sentencing transcript) if he plead guilty.

4-16-2001 he entered a guilty plea an started his sentence. In 2007 he was informed he would be required to serve 30 years not 10. We have been trying to have this corrected. The court acknowledges the error but refuses to correct it due to procedural issues. He has now served 15 1/2 years with 14 1/2 years left to do. Due to errors made by others.

12. Justice for Susan M. Soldierson

Dear Friends,

Our family is trying to block parole for three inmates: Victor Logan # A193583,
Marcazuan Lockett # R138937, and Albert Young # R138938, convicted for the death of Susan Soldierson, our sister and Aunt, on June 27, 1986. At their trial before Judge Morgan in Summit County, they were found guilty of the following:
Aggravated Robbery- 10-25 years
Kidnapping- 10-25 years
Involuntary Manslaughter- 10-25 years

The Judge ordered these be served CONSECUTIVELY for a maximum sentence of 75 years since 1986.

At the time of the trial and since then, they have shown no remorse. Lockett and Young at the age of 17, had extensive juvenile records and were bound over at trial and charged as adults. Logan had just been released from his parole officer, after serving a breaking and entering charge for TWO MONTHS, prior to Susan's death. He was 22 and the car's driver.

Our family fears for our safety and the safety of the community. Decisions will be made on November 1, 2016. We appreciate a timely response with signatures.
Thank you for your support.

Sincerely,
The Soldierson Family

13. Free Mark Raafa!

Mark Raafa, for the protection of the individual, is the alias of a man now trapped in dire circumstances in Bangkok, Thailand.

A man who was striving for more liberal laws for non-muslims in Karachi, Pakistan, ended up being the victim of a heinous crime; his home burnt down to the ground and receiving numerous death threats had to flee his own nation.

Like something out of a movie, Mark ends up with he and his family in Thailand in 2012, the only place that would accept him.

Then it got worse; the Pakistani government not only did nothing to help Mark, but charged him with Blasphemy. He fought the case from outside the country and was unsuccessful, being found guilty punishable by hanging.

Mark fought hard and received official refugee status from the UN, but that has not been enough.

Now, without any way out of Thailand, this warrior for Human Rights is looking to live in a place that will accept his plight as righteous and well fought.

Canada has the facilities and the spirit to bring this man and his family to safety out from the grips of sure death. Give Mark the chance to live in peace, he and his, by signing the petition now.

14. Make Hit&Runs Involving Domestic Animals a Criminal Offence!

On Sept.12 2016 my 7 year old Pitbull cross Harlow was ran over and killed by an ATV on private property in Northern Alberta.

While evidence showed us who was responsible and after giving the culprits time to apologize, they didn't have the decency to do that and instead lied to my family. After going to the RCMP we learned unfortunately that the hit & run of a domestic animal is not a criminal offence in Canada. I thought to myself how horrible is it in 2016 that animals do not have these rights? How many people have had to suffer not knowing who killed their pets or not having been able to charge someone who did? Our pets deserve justice just like us humans do and their owners deserve closure!

Please help us to make this a criminal offence!

15. Free Food Distribution Center at the Antioch New England Campus

Citizen's Supply is trying to establish a free food distribution center at the Antioch New England Campus so that anyone in Keene and the surrounding area can come to get something to eat.

Food is a right not a privilege! By signing here I state that I am in full support of this mission and would like to see a free food distribution center at Antioch New England!

16. Implement Uniform Civil Code in India, now!

Muslim women in India have suffered because of Triple Talaq which is Unilateral, Arbitrary and Contravenes both the Constitution and the Principles of Gender Justice in Islam.

Triple Talaq has been banned in more than 20 Muslim majority countries, including PAKISTAN and BANGLADESH while polygamy was prohibited in TURKEY and TURKMENISTAN among other countries.

17. Respect for the Presidency! Congress should take action on Merrick Garland's nomination, NOW!

Article Two of the United States Constitution establishes the executive branch of the federal government, which carries out and enforces federal laws. It includes the President, the Vice President, the Cabinet, executive departments, independent agencies, and other boards, commissions, and committees. Section 2 Clause 2 under this article gives the president power to appoint judges.

The Supreme Court is the only federal judicial body established by the Constitution itself, specifically in Article III, which begins: “The judicial Power of the United States, shall be vested in one Supreme Court, and in such inferior Courts as the Congress may from time to time ordain and establish."

The US Congress determined that there should be nine justices on the US Supreme Court and the sitting President, Barack Obama, has appointed a ninth justice to the court, Merrick Garland, after the death of Justice Scalia. The Congress has not adequately considered this appointment and instead intends to wait for a new President. This does not adhere to the spirit of the law nor respect the letter of the law.

18. Freedom for Justin Cheong

Whereas: The life of Justin Cheong is the story of an American hero. Justin immigrated to the United States as a high school student, seeking to advance his education. He stayed to advance the principles of freedom, democracy, and equality. Now, Justin Cheong is held captive. He is imprisoned in a facility that holds immigrant detainees—an American concentration camp—and he is fighting for his own freedom and for the freedom of the young men who share his captivity. Behind prison walls, Justin continues his life’s work, pursuing the dream of a free and democratic nation in which “all men are created equal.” This petition exists so that Justin’s brave struggle will not be confined within prison walls. This petition demands freedom for Justin Cheong.

1 The case of Man Tou Cheong

Justin was born in 1990 in Macau, China, a small coastal territory just west of Hong Kong. His parents named him Man Tou Cheong. As a teenager, Man Tou gained citizenship in the nation of Portugal, and acquired a student visa to attend high school in America. He traveled to Minnesota, where he adopted the name Justin, and led a successful high school student career. His bright mind and obvious talents propelled him to advance to the University of California at Berkeley.

In California, Justin was able to thrive, finding direction and purpose to channel his great abilities. He became a student activist, championing the defense of public education and building a movement to unite people against all forms of bigotry and oppression.

Through his activist work, Justin met Liana Mulholland, whom he befriended and eventually married. Liana’s parents, both AFSCME union officials, became Justin’s legal U.S. “sponsors” so that Justin could stay and live in America after completing his education. Justin and Liana made a home together in Detroit, Liana’s hometown. They have been married for five years.

America is Justin’s home. He entered the country legally in 2007, and has remained in the country legally since then. His life is here, the people closest to him are here, and his hopes and dreams are here. His character and good standing are unimpeachable.

But these facts by themselves were not enough to protect Justin’s freedom. On Thursday, June 30, federal agents sought out and arrested Justin Cheong. Within hours, they had transported Justin to an immigrant detention facility in Monroe, Michigan, where Justin has been held without bond since that time. Justin has no criminal record and is not suspected of committing any crime—the federal agents held him captive on only a single charge: being born in the wrong country.

2 Immigration and the new Fugitive Slave Law

It is the most defining political issue of our time. In the United States and around the world, millions of people have relocated across national borders; it is the largest wave of global human migration since World War II. This modern migration has absolutely perplexed the world’s most dominant powers—nations have militarized their borders to combat peaceful and unarmed civilians, and politicians now rise or fall on the basis of their appeal either to a progressive internationalism or to xenophobic hatred. This polarized climate imposes new and intensified hardships on the already-embattled migrant populations.

The hardship of Justin Cheong is entirely the product of this anti-immigrant hysteria: government enforced, legally sanctioned hysteria. Justin committed no offense. He pursued what every American presumes to have the right to do—to move to or from any free and democratic nation in the world, in accordance with local rules and customs. He chose as his home a nation whose principles reflect his own—the belief that all human beings have inalienable rights. But Justin Cheong now sits in prison navigating an obscure and arbitrary legal process for immigrants in which human rights—and the human beings themselves—are thoroughly alienable. This process is separated from the rest of American law, operates outside the framework of Constitutional rights, and increasingly moves with the mechanical redundancy of an assembly line towards a predetermined outcome.

America’s immigration enforcement system is now the modern version of the Fugitive Slave Law.

Much like the 1850 law designed to further the apprehension of black Americans in the North—whether “fugitives” or not—today’s immigration system bears far stronger resemblance to kidnapping and enslavement than it does to any pursuit of justice. Most immigrants are deported to countries in which they would be working for miniscule wages for American mega-corporations, spending their scarce resources to buy American products, but never having the right to enter the very nation whose stupendous wealth they have created by their own toil. The torch of the Statue of Liberty does not shine its welcome inside the walls of America’s vast prison system for immigrants.

But there is one torch of freedom you can find there, behind the iron bars: his name is Justin Cheong.

3 Life in an American concentration camp

In the decaying town of Monroe, Michigan, a specialized prison holds Justin Cheong captive along with dozens of other immigrants. Some of the immigrants, like Justin, came to the United States with student visas to get an education. Many of the immigrants are refugees from Mexico and Central America, displaced from their countries of origin by the poverty and violence that American economic policy has created abroad. All of the immigrants hope to find peace and freedom.

Like Justin, most immigrants there are denied bond, held hostage for months at a time until the sheer oppressiveness of their captivity can compel them to sign papers agreeing to deportation. The standard procedure for denying bond is to designate an immigrant as a “flight risk,” which is perhaps the most ironic of all possible legal designations for people who are trying to stay where they are. The internal regime of the prison is designed to instill the stigma of being unwelcome and the feeling of powerlessness—the prison management works to aggravate racial and ethnic divisions among the inmates, to turn people against each other by enticing detainees to serve as the “good” prisoner who can enforce the regime against all the “bad” prisoners.

Justin’s unflinching dignity rises above the twisted social experiment. Justin is the advocate and beacon of hope for his fellow inmates. When Justin started to spend time drawing some fine portraits of the other prisoners, deep interest grew towards this talented young man, and a new sensation filled the air in the facility—there was kindness, and beauty, and friendship. Justin brought those things inside the prison walls. And he also brought his leadership, his fight for freedom, and his unshaken belief that oppressed people can and must stand up for one another as the most powerful means to stand up for themselves. Thanks to Justin’s efforts, a number of inmates have obtained legal representation through his own attorneys, and he stands as a devoted representative for hope and courage in a captive population, a proud and glowing torch where people are otherwise expected to be broken and invisible. Even in the darkest of circumstances, Justin shines as a wonderful human being, a champion of the oppressed, and a great American.

4. An American immigrant, civil rights activist, and champion of the oppressed

To his friends and loved ones, to his fellow activists, and to the countless people he has reached through his dedicated work, Justin represents the best qualities of people and brings out the best in others. In California and Michigan, Justin has been a frontline advocate for public education, for immigrant rights, and for the cause of equality for America’s segregated black and Latino communities. Justin quickly grew to become a respected leader in the civil rights organization, BAMN (By Any Means Necessary). Inherently fond of people, Justin has reached out to so many others—students, teachers, immigrants. And as a result, others have grown very fond of Justin. Through his compassion and enthusiasm, Justin has brought people together, young and old, people of all races and nationalities. Today, Justin carries on the tradition of leaders like Frederick Douglass, William Lloyd Garrison, and Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Like them, Justin represents America’s highest ideals—he is a champion for freedom.

Champion of those who groan beneath
Oppression's iron hand:
In view of penury, hate, and death,
I see thee fearless stand.
Still bearing up thy lofty brow,
In the steadfast strength of truth,
In manhood sealing well the vow
And promise of thy youth.

-John Greenleaf Whittier, 1832
To William Lloyd Garrison

19. Resentencing of a Juvenile Life Without Parole

I am writing a petition in regards of my son Donald Williams. He was sentenced under the juvenile lifer law at the age of 16.

My son was charged with 1st degree murder, even though his co-defendant admitted to shooting and killing the victim. The case revolved around the delivery of drugs.

His co-defendant broke his silence before being sentenced and stated: "Mr. Williams had no knowledge of my plans". In addition to the statement my son Donald was also offered a plea deal to serve 6 years. Due to his innocence, he declined the offer because he had no involvement in this matter. In light of this Donald was a High School student with a G.P.A of 3.0 looking towards a bright future.

I believe it was not possible for Donald to receive a fair trial 23 years ago in (1993)... because, first my son is of the Afro-American race, the victim being Caucasian and the son of a Macomb County police officer. The case was widely publicized with my son being a juvenile being tried as an adult for just being guilty by association. He be-friend his co-defendant for only two days, which led him into making an unwise decision! It is also quite evident that my son had poor since of judgment in picking his friends. Nonetheless, he took time to personally apologize to the victim's family.

Additionally, I know I still have a difficult battle to fight. He has now served twenty three years, and fighting for parole. I feel that Donald deserves to be given the opportunity to return to the community. By signing my petition, you will shined light for Mr. Williams, and those who are in similar situations JUVENILE LIFE WITHOUT PAROLE.

Thank you for taking the time and consideration of signing my petition!

Yours Sincerely,
a Mother's Tears

PLEASE ANSWER A MOTHER'S PRAYERS.

20. Stop Children being Kidnapped in Pakistan

The news of the kidnapping of 712 children in Punjab sent a chill down my spine. According to data, in 2015, some 1,200 children were kidnapped in the province and the figure for the current year is 767; while 312 children were abducted in Lahore.
It is shocking that Punjab is a safe haven for kidnappers. These children are kidnapped for many reasons like pedophilia, ransom money, trade, and beggary through children, transformation into militants or suicide bombers, and even for extracting vital organs of the kidnapped. One can realize the pain and suffering of the families of the kidnapped children.

We are signing this petition for General Raheel Sharif (COAS PAKISTAN) as we have already lost all our hopes from governing body of Pakistan. They are sleeping and taking no notice of this until there is going to be threat for their own children. They have failed to stop this hideous crime against humanity and our nation.

No matter i am living abroad, but being a democratic citizen of Pakistan, i feel its my duty to raise voice against this serious issue.

Regards: Adeel Hashmi

21. Give Garland a Hearing

After the death of Antonin Scalia in February this year, there has been a gap in the Supreme Court leaving only eight Justices serving instead of nine. This fact fractures the functionality of the Court, allowing for ties to settle precedents back down to lower courts. President Barack Obama has put forth a nominee to fill this gap: Merrick Garland, currently the chief judge of the United States Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit. He has over 25 years of legal experience but has been denied a hearing by the Senate of the United States to consider him.

The Constitution speaks on this as well. Article II, Section II states, “and he shall nominate, and by and with the Advice and Consent of the Senate, shall appoint… Judges of the supreme Court…”. This shows the responsibility and job of the President to nominate Justices and the obligation of the Senate to provide advice on the decision. By not allowing a hearing, the Senate is denying any possible feedback on the Constitutional obligations of a sitting President. It is their duty to hold a hearing to, at a minimum, give advice on the current nominee.

22. Body Cameras for LEO's in Missouri

It is our belief that having Body Cams required for every patrolling LEO in Missouri will not only help to exonerate the majority of Police Officers but it will also work to weed out the smaller percentage of Officers who have no business wearing a Uniform and a Badge.

It will take most of the questions and hearsay out of the terrible instances where there has been a crime committed and at the same time it would work to bridge the gap between LEO's and our communities.

With your signature we'll work towards introducing legislation to make sure that LEO interaction with civilians are safer and everyone is held more accountable for their own actions.

23. Dismantle the United Nations

The Declaration of Human Rights, which is the initialising document of the United Nations, was a laudable & wonderful effort to encapsulate the genuine desires of the politicians who signed it in 1948.

Since then even the first few words cannot be said to have been achieved. "ARTICLE 1, All human beings are born free & equal in dignity & rights."

It cannot be emphasised enough that these words, although evident & true, are violated every second of every day in all parts of the world & the United Nations cannot be said to have improved rights for any human being except, maybe those who occupy positions of power.

We see vast resources being funnelled into this organisation & we also see them constantly begging for further resources to cover their expenses.

We see enormous edifices of governance, huge conferences & meetings during which many resolutions & agendas are produced.

None of which have successfully prevented war, famine, disease or the loss of homelands & resources.

We hear of resolutions being vetoed by one vote against many over & over. This indicates a toothless tiger shackled to a globalist predator regime which, far from liberating the people of the world, is actually creating a global prison in which all people are subjected to draconian & domineering control.

I therefore propose that the existing United Nations be declared unfit for purpose & be dismantled before it achieves it's unsavoury objectives as laid out in Agenda 21 & 2030.

These Agendas may seem benign on the surface but the reality of them is the wholesale destruction of diversity of culture & the destruction of nations "for the greater good" - supposedly.

We need international cooperation without doubt, but we do not need an expensive, useless pariah dictating a policy in which human beings are to continue to be treated as just another commodity or resource in a world controlled by internationalist corporations & the sinister few extremely wealthy individuals who own them.

24. Prosecute Hillary Clinton

When Hillary Clinton was secretary of state, she knowingly used an un-secured email account to transmit classified data.

The proof can be seen here in this videowhere FBI director James Comey admits that she broke the law on several different occasions.

https://www.facebook.com/ForAmerica/videos/1233317786726577/

25. Support Video Camera Monitoring in Care Homes

My nan came out of a care home bruised up and dehydrated, and she was in hospital for months before she passed away.

An investigation into this tragedy was inconclusive. Carers' evidence opposed what we saw, so now I am campaigning for all care homes to have cameras in public areas to protect the vulnerable. I want justice for my nan.

26. #thisflag

Before you just view.. stop and sign! Sign because we can no longer be afraid. Sign for the sake of the poor vendor, the pensioner whose funds are worthless. Sign to sure you care! Sign because your signature is confidential apart from your name and you can choose Anonymity. Sign because we need to join hands four our beloved nation Zimbabwe.

We the citizens of Zimbabwe, united in purpose, in our diversity as black, whites, indians, people of colour ! Ndebele, Tonga, Shona, Venda and all other ethnicities and races are calling upon the Government of Zimbabwe to hear the cries of its people and fight and uproot injustice, poverty and corruption by holding those responsible accountable. We want corruption to stop now and we are disgruntled about bond notes, we are tired of the current status quo! Our leaders, hear us! Take time to listen. We are tired of suffering in silence. Let us join hands dear citizens and speak to our leaders saying enough is enough!

We call upon all citizens within and across boarders to move with their flags and to desist from paying and accepting bribes. We call upon citizens to begin the discussion in their homes, at their schools, at work and at church about the country they envision. To speak against poverty and injustice and corruption and to hold government leaders accountable. To rise up and say enough is enough.

27. Right to use Sodium Pentathol, (truth serum), to recover memories in court

I would like to prove that myself and others have been the victims of crimes, which we are unable to prove, but we know who the perpetrators are.

Recovering the perpetrators' memories, when they will not voluntarily do so, will enable justice to be done. It will also ensure that the right perpetrators are tried and prosecuted, because occasionally the New Zealand justice system has wrongfully prosecuted some people.

Please sign this petition, if you care about justice.

28. Justice for Ginger and all gingers in Kodaikanal

Justice for Ginger!!

Ginger was a lucky little puppy when KSPCA team rescued her from the street and fed her and made her well. She became happy and healthy and was adopted by Ram Dev. She filled the Seven Sisters Farm with love and joy. One great girl! But unfortunately as happy as she and other dogs in nearby farms were, they were wooed with poisoned food and all of them died on Saturday, April 9th, 2016. Ginger along with six other dogs were victims of poisoning. This is the fourth case to Kodaikanal SPCA knowledge, it has happened twice to George Roshan’s dogs and once each near VGP area and Pallangi side. Those are only the cases we know about, there are probably many more. Ram Dev filed an FIR and KSPCA followed up with the animal husbandry doctor for autopsy. It's was very sad to go through the process of getting the autopsy done but we had to do it.

We have to get justice for Ginger and all other Gingers in town who are victims of deliberate poisoning and brutal killings in Kodaikanal.

The Police Department was so understanding and so we want to thank you, Inspector Muruganandan, for your immediate response and investigation of the case. Your role was essential. A letter was copied to the Collector, SP, AWBI, DFO and DSP. Ginger my girl, you died for a reason, you brave girl! May your soul rest in peace. We want justice! Stop killing dogs! Stop using poison, bombs, traps and harmful pesticides that kill domestic and wild animals.

We request the authorities to bring strict laws and punishment against people keeping poison, bombs, traps and harmful pesticides in their fields that would kill the domestic and wild animals in Kodaikanal! Such items should not be sold in Kodaikanal!

Let’s work together to change this: please sign this petition and pass it on.

29. Enough is Enough: Petition for harsher punishment for crimes of RAPE and MURDER in SA

Every week there are newspaper and police reports of children being brutally raped and murdered at the hands of ruthless savages. The attacks are becoming more and more violent in nature and more frequent.

We stand together with the mothers, sisters, and daughters of South Africa, in a desperate call for an end to the current deaths and rape of our children. Minor jail sentences have no meaning to these killers and rapist.

Crime does not effect any particular race or creed rather we are all effected and victims of crime. It's time something is done to solve this problem.

30. Justice for Juwan "Chico" Tavarez

My name is Aymara Conveniencia, I am the older sister of Juwan "Chico" Tavarez. My brother was shot on 3/25/2016 on 114th & 115th street and 3rd Ave.

My brother was later declared brain dead due to his injuries of which he was pronounced on 3/27/2016 brain dead.

My family and I are seeking justice for my brother. My brother's killer is still on the loose and justice needs to be served.

We are seeking the help of all elected officials and community to please help my mother and our family get justice, peace and closure.

We are seeking to put the pressure on NYPD as justice needs to be served.

JUSTICE FOR CHICO!
WHAT WE WANT?
JUSTICE FOR CHICO!
WHEN DO WE WANT IT?
NOW!

Thank You.

Stop The Gun Violence!
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