Don't Let The U.S. Senate Close The Door On Her Face!

The United States will continue to deny its clear obligation to protect victims and prevent domestic violence, thus putting thousands of women and children at risk of some of the most pervasive human rights violations in the world.

Violence against women creates significant barriers to equity for women. When women and girls feel threatened or are at risk of experiencing violence, they cannot succeed in pursuing their goals or participating fully in society.  We hope that the Violence Against Women Act (VAWA) plays an enormous role in combating gender violence, providing legal recourse to victims, and enabling women to achieve fairness in employment, education, and at home.  But, there is still more to be done.

The Long Trail Of Gender Discrimination Are Imposed By U.S. Courts.

The public's perception of police indifference and how their response to Constitutional controversies are among the most important issues in United States politics. In fact, one of the tactics of the police responses around the country has been to arrest people and then release them without charge-locking people up just to get them out of the way as they did it in a case by sending me to a mental institution without due process and without merit!

Premeditated Murder For Complaining Witnesses

There is now substantiated evidence that U.S. Officials have endorsed cruel and unusual punishment (torture) and premeditated murder in the case of one disenfranchised Hebrew American, Kini Cosma vs. The United States of America. [Inter-American Commission On Human Rights, Organization Of American States CASE NO.: P-878-09; ICC Communication OTP-CR-886/09]

Still no remedies available for these violations or the disparate treatment set forth under Title VII while retaliating against this appellant by conspiring against her rights under 18 USC §241. 

It appears, that the time demanded of our actions and efforts are not worthy to prevent future lapses in professional conduct and policies that violate human rights. State and federal grand juries "have no authority to investigate criminal abuse-of-power allegations".  The Justice Department and state bar associations are unable to probe pre-emptive prosecution, illegal detention, torture of those subjected to such tactics of lawlessness and police indifference. Sadly, your disregard for the Constitution leaves us in a poverty-drenched environment with prolonged injuries and adverse psychological effects.

Indeed, reports of civil and human right violations have gone viral in America since 1995. While others have been oppressed, the option for many have been to shut their eyes and ears and hearts while inventing plots involving impoverished citizens in economically deprived cities.

Where Did The Witness Go? 

Torture and mistreatment breeds political instability and discontent weakening governments and societies. Why?  Because the lack of resistance is deemed to be the consent of the governed. 

So, intervene at the root level. Don't let the fuse continue to ignite. Don't let violence against women in America continue to esculate. Don't close your eyes, ears, and hearts to the gender indifference affecting so many women today described at 
I hereby assert my recommendations on how governments can fulfill their obligations to victims of abuse. It is my desire to establish meaningful standards and to create mechanisms for survivors.
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