TELL CALIFORNIA ATTORNEY GENERAL KAMALA HARRIS: PROSECUTE KILLER COPS, IT’S HER JOB!
SEC. 13. Subject to the powers and duties of the Governor, the Attorney General shall be the chief law officer of the State. It shall be the duty of the Attorney General to see that the laws of the State are uniformly and adequately enforced.
The Attorney General shall have direct supervision over every district attorney and sheriff and over such other law enforcement officers as may be designated by law, in all matters pertaining to the duties of their respective offices, and may require any of said officers to make reports concerning the investigation, detection, prosecution, and
punishment of crime in their respective jurisdictions as to the Attorney General may seem advisable.
Whenever in the opinion of the Attorney General any law of the State is not being adequately enforced in any county, it shall be the duty of the Attorney General to prosecute any violations of law of which the superior court shall have jurisdiction, and in such cases the Attorney General shall have all the powers of a district attorney. When required by the public interest or directed by the Governor, the Attorney General shall assist any district attorney in the discharge of the duties of that office.
The Justice 4 Alan Blueford Coalition wrote a letter to AG Harris & delivered it on to her on Oct 22nd, the National Day Against Police Brutality in Sacramento, CA. Here is a video of Dan Siegel reading the letter in front of the CA Dept of [In]Justice, Dan is the family attorney for the Blueford’s:
The Justice 4 Alan Blueford coalition encourages all the other victims of police terror to use our letter as a template and send your own version to AG Harris.
Please join the Justice 4 Alan Blueford coalition for 1st Friday on Dec 6th at The Alan Blueford Center 4 Justice located at 2434 Telegraph Ave in Oakland as we kick off our Holiday Donation drive–details are in the flyer–if you can’t make it today, please come by any weekday between noon-6pm to drop off a donation of a toy or non-perishable food–everything collected will be given to the Mary Ann Wright Foundation to add to the work they’ve been doing for years to address homelessness & hunger in our communities.
Click on the photo to see the entire album from this action.
Andy Lopez’ parents Rodrigo & Sujey right-front of the photo with the signs and people all around them.
The Lopez’s, like Adam & Jeralynn Blueford, have been in the streets demanding Justice for their precious son since day one.
These 4 parents demonstrate a strength that can only come from God.
God is Love.
FAMILIES FROM ALL ACROSS CALIFORNIA CONVENED ON THE CALIFORNIA STATE CAPITAL ON OCTOBER 22ND FOR THE NATIONAL DAY AGAINST POLICE BRUTALITY. THE FAMILIES WITH THE SUPPORT OF THEIR COMMUNITIES LOBBIED THEIR LAWMAKERS OFFICES TO DEMAND ACCOUNTABILITY FOR POLICE MURDERS AND BRUTALITY AND SEEKING A NEW DAY IN LAW ENFORCEMENT.
More photos here: https://www.facebook.com/media/set/?set=a.518418311586992.1073741830.505051402923683&type=1&l=0c99b720bd
THE OTHER SIDE OF THE FLYER:
A place for healing the community located at 2434 Telegraph Ave.
We do not have regular office hours yet, but a table is usually set up out front after noon or so with a bunch of Justice 4 Alan Blueford printed materials.
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#OO The Movie This is a film in the making that highlights why the Occupy movement was different in Oakland because of Oakland’s history going back to the Black Panther Party and up to the Oscar Grant Movement.
Kevin Piña is the producer of the film which is intended to be a lasting document for the people.
This film has a very clear anti-police brutality theme. The producer’s goal is to make this a lasting documentary for classrooms, history lessons, and beyond.
At the producer’s request, the movie screening event on Sept 12th at the Grand Lake was a fundraiser for the Justice 4 Alan Blueford coalition.
- See more at: http://occupyoakland.org/2013/09/occupy-oakland-the-movie/#sthash.lfRuk3XS.dpuf
Please join Flashpoints on Pacifica Radio & Long Memory Productions in support of the Alan Blueford Coalition with an ADVANCED SCREENING of:
#OO OCCUPY OAKLAND: The Movie.
This is a film in the making that highlights why the Occupy movement was different in Oakland because of Oakland’s history going back to the Black Panther Party and right up to the Oscar Grant Movement.
This film has a very clear anti-police brutality theme as well as a strong Justice 4 Alan Blueford message.
The producer’s goal is to make this a lasting documentary for classrooms, history lessons, and beyond; he will be asking the community for feedback on this latest version of this very important film.
On the one year anniversary of Alan’s murder by OPD Officer Miguel Masso, we will honor Alan with a candlelight vigil. We will start at Sunnyside Park and walk to the site where he was murdered, at the 9200 block of Birch St. Candles will be provided.
Rest in power, Alan!
(Please park at Sunnyside Park, not on Birch St.)