What It Means To Be A Servant Of The People
By: Honest Willie Wortey Jr.
Many titles are given to people for many reasons. Most people deserve their titles because they live up to their deeds, duties, and services as servants of the people. They weasel into our government institutions posing as authority figures, making irrational decisions. Killing minorities because of their skin. Their injustices made into acts of justice because of a unity built up on white supremacy, black tokenism, and mental manipulation that is targeted at creating mental deterioration in the African American Community.
The United States as intelligent as it is expects its citizens to accept the rationalization that is used to justify the insanities of their law-enforcement's monstrous behavior. Law-enforcement agencies take seconds to find a cause for arresting an individual for the simplest offense. But when they kill an unarmed minority or under, poor, working and middle class individual, their actions are covered up by justifiable policies and procedures.
As constituents we have rights in the United States to grieve our government actions. The same way the police can find probably cause to issue a warrant for your arrest, you can file a complaint with the Criminal Section of the United States Department of Justices if a law-enforcement agent violates Federal Criminal Civil Rights Laws. We must learn to police our police. My heart goes out to every individual family that has been murdered or victimized by pigs that have infiltrated our nation's law-enforcement agencies. I hope it encourages everyone who reads this to issue complains. Please read on.
Dear U.S.D.O.J (crim. sec.)
I am an incarcerated person in the state of North Carolina, and I am issuing this complaint in the name of the individuals that have suffered from the monstrosities and neurosis of criminals working clandestinely in our law-enforcement agencies. The neurotic behavior of law-enforcement officers across the nation is very disturbing. It is being dismissed as justified behavior, etc. I have witnessed the swift deliverance of the U.S.D.O.J to law-enforcement agencies brutality and abuse. I ask that you now hold those in law-enforcement responsible for any federal criminal civil rights laws violated. You have the power to restore the people's trust. I have prepared an exhibit that will give you an example of criminal activities that constitutes a violation of protected Civil Rights.
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