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State officials conspire to convict an innocent black man to appease a wealthy family

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State officials conspire to convict an innocent black man to appease a wealthy family

To be delivered to President Donald Trump, Governor Rick Scott, The United States House of Representatives, and The United States Senate

Petition Statement

An American man who had his Constitutional Rights taking away from him.
There are currently 139 signatures. NEW goal - We need 200 signatures!

Petition Background

STAND YOUR GROUND
Florida Law S776.013 (3) Fla. Stat

This case is an extraordinary case, with both racial and social equality issues. It's based on an African American man and women at their vehicle, who, without an allegation of unlawful conduct to provoke the confrontation, engage in a physical altercation with 4 intoxicated men, classified as white, that approach them after making a statement suggesting that the couple could need security. Never in the history of this country, has a white man, who, with his women, at their vehicle, in the absence of an allegation of unlawful conduct to provoke the confrontation, engaged in a physical altercation with 4 intoxicated black men, that approach them after making a statement suggesting that the couple could need security, been prosecuted and denied relief for the results of that altercation. In a case that has drawn the attention and triggered the deep concern of Americans nationwide, previous courts of review have profoundly upset understandings of the due process and equal protection principles of the U.S. Constitution.

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