How to Demand Federal Justice for Black Victims of Excessive and/or Unjust Deadly Force

In wake of the decisions made the law two weeks to not indict officers for the unjust killings of Michael Brown and Eric Garner, the National Bar Association is deeply concerned whether under the current legal standard a victim of excessive and/or deadly force by the hands of a police officer in America can receive fair and equal justice. Accordingly, the fight for justice continues and the National Bar Association is calling on every American citizen to demand the following

1. Demand the United States Department of Justice Indict Darren Wilson and Daniel Pantaleo and the officers involved in the following deaths: Eugene Ellison, Bobby Moore and Chavis Carter (Little Rock, Arkansas), Ezell Ford and Omar Abrego (Los Angeles, CA), John Crawford (Beavercreek, OH), Clinton Allen, Jordan Baker and Kenneth Brian Releford (Houston, Texas), Marquise Jones (San Antonio, TX), Rodney Mitchell (Sarasota, FL)

2. How to Implement: Submit your demand by contacting the U.S. Department of Justice

By Mail
U.S. Department of Justice
950 Pennsylvania Avenue, NW
Washington, DC 20530-0001

By Phone
Main Switchboard: (202) 514-2000
Comment Line: (202) 353-1555

By Email
Submit demands to:

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