Title of Petition: Whistle-Blower Needs Help! Every 41 minutes a child in Connecticut is abused or neglected. Please help with your signature. On July 11, 2005, perjury charges were presented to a States Attorney's Office in Connecticut concerning lies told by two Day Care Providers (Mandated Reporters). Lies that covered up child sexual abuse. The State Attorney assigned to investigate found that the lies told by these two people (Mandated Reporters) was just fine. The prosecutor gave absolutely no thought or care to the harm done to the child. Getting to the truth and the safety of the child was not on the agenda for this prosecutor. There are audio tapes and other hard evidence showing the lies to be without question. The reason for the perjury by the Mandated Reporters came out of their failure to report child abuse which they are required to do by law, and didn't. The Prosecutor's job is to put forth the truth and didn't. A Whistle-Blower complaint was filed against the two day care providers and the prosecutor with the Attorney General, in Connecticut, in March of 2007. This instituted a 16 month investigation which is still running. We are afraid this matter is now buried and this is why we need help. Quote by the Prosecutor, ( In Writing ): "Even if a person deliberately lies under oath and the State can prove this beyond a reasonable doubt such conduct does not constitute perjury unless it involves a material statement. In other words, it is not perjury to deliberately lie under oath regarding non-material facts." The prosecutor even points out one of the lies and states, This clearly is not material to either of your claims. The person being lied about in that particular instance was a potential witness. One would think, in a case concerning molestation of a small child, that there should be nothing that isn't pertinent and or material in getting to the truth. The obstruction of justice in this matter has caused this child to go unprotected and left to fend for herself. Therefore it should be troubling to all in this country, that in the Constitution State, the State of Connecticut says it is alright to deliberately lie while under a lawful oath as long as one claims it is not material to the matter. So anyone in the State of Connecticut as well as any other State who lies while under oath can now claim they didn't believe their statement was material to the matter. This certainly presents a convenience when one is committing perjury. Therefore: The signers of this petition are asking Mr. Richard Blumenthal, the Attorney General of the State of Connecticut, to ensure that justice is done with a resolution soon, for the sake of this child and others. One does not have to live in Connecticut to sign this petition.