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U.S.TRUTH & RECONCILIATION COMMISSION

273 Signatures Goal: 250

Calling for a U.S."TRUTH & RECONCILIATION COMMISSION" To address the unconditional release of U.S. held Political Prisoners. We the, undersigned, demand that the U.S. Congress do everything within it's Congressional power to complete the unfinished business of the "Church Committee Hearings". We demand Congress convene an independent "Truth & Reconciliation Commission" to address the criminal misdeeds and abuses of the U.S. intelligence agencies in general and COINTELPRO in particular. Specifically as it pertains to the Civil Rights/Black Liberation Movement era. We seek restorative justice and the immediate release of all of those who put their lives on the line for freedom and justice and thus have been languishing in prisons across America due to their political activities, associations and views. "Justice delayed is justice denied" Rev. Martin L. King.

Sponsor

Family & Friends of Mutulu Shakur IFCO/FFMS 418 W. 145 St. New York, NY 10031 MutuluShakur@hotmail.com www.mutulushakur.com

Links

www.mutulushakur.com
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Comment

  • norman coward
    norman coward United States, Bronx
    Jan 06, 2014
    Jan 06, 2014
    As a signiture to the genieva convention and the united nations declearation on human right the United States government is obligated to nigociate in good faith. Its time to esstablish a truth and conciliation commission!
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    Keely Chow United States
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    Angel McCroskeyy United States
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    erin h United States
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    norman coward United States
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    Mia Donovan Canada
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    Ingrid Gassner Germany
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    Alex Davis United States
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    Sixx Shakur United States
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    Martha Groom Denmark
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    R. Julian Ivey United States
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    Samayoch Abiyah United States
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    Safiyyah Hassan United States
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    Andre Young United States
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    Catherine M. Welch United States
    3 years ago
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    Loniel Elliott Williams United States
    3 years ago
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