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Petition to remove Title 42 U.S Code Sec 1983

15 Signatures Goal: 100

Title 42 U.S Code Section 1983 is a federal statute that all city governments require for a person to use, whenever they bring forth a lawsuit against all U.S city government. This federal statute is supposed to protect and allow damages for any U.S Citizen harmed by a city official\'s unlawful conduct(particularly police officers.) This law was originally the KKK Act of 1871. It was introduced by President Ulysses S. Grant to to address the rampant problem of KKK violence, which had grown steadily since the group\'s formation in 1866. Interesting enough, this federal statute has done the exact opposite, from a civil litigation perspective. This law actually shields a U.S Citizen\'s from retaining accountability and damages from city governemental officials that are \"under state territory.\" Moreover, the federal government can\'t be deemed as liable. However, it doesn\'t mean that this federal statute can\'t be cganged with the power of the vote. If you\'re are totally enraged, fed up with city public officals, in city government escaping with impunity with immunity with this statute, please sign this petition and ultimately present this the U.S Supreme Court, itself. To read more about Title 42 U.S Code Sec 1983/KKK ACT of 1871, go to www.poormagazine.org.

Sponsor

Marlon Crump

Comment

13

Signatures

  • 4 years ago
    Julie Montano United States
    4 years ago
  • 6 years ago
    felecia jackson United States
    6 years ago
  • 6 years ago
    Christine Harris United States
    6 years ago
  • 7 years ago
    amy burnett United States
    7 years ago
  • 7 years ago
    David Alt United States
    7 years ago
  • 7 years ago
    Mer Stevens United States
    7 years ago
  • 7 years ago
    Amanda Maystead United States
    7 years ago
  • 7 years ago
    james O'Neill United States
    7 years ago
  • 7 years ago
    Elizabeth Adams United States
    7 years ago
  • 7 years ago
    Cathy Garger United States
    7 years ago
  • 7 years ago
    Dana Bellwether United States
    7 years ago
  • 7 years ago
    mesha Monge-Irizarry United States
    7 years ago
  • 7 years ago
    Marlon Crump United States
    7 years ago