The Maryland cases involving Public Officials finally Reaches the U.S Supreme Court: An Announcement


us-supreme-court-buildingPlease read the embedded case which is currently set for conference in the U.S Supreme Court. There are other cases and we will share them with you. Get upset/frustrated with what is happening in our communities in Maryland. As Washington post reported on March 25, Nearly 1 in 3 Marylanders say corruption is a big problem in state government. Here in Maryland, the epicenter is Baltimore City followed closed by Prince George’s County and Montgomery County in that order.

This case is one in a series of eight (8) cases coming up in the U.S Supreme court and we will need your help to address the issues. The cases are all interconnected to what is happening in Prince George’s and Montgomery Counties. The gist of the other actions are currently in progress in Baltimore City, both in Federal and Circuit courts.

This blog helps to give voices to the educators and families who have no public platform. We hope many people will feel emboldened to speak out. We will share more details on the other cases and what you can do to help in the next few days.

We hope everyone who reads this is a member of the Network for Reform Sasscer Movement. The fight against public corruption has never been as perilous and crucial as it is now.

We need you. There is so much work to be done in Prince George’s County, Montgomery County and Baltimore City. We need allies, and we need successors.

In the upcoming cases, We need to maintain the spirit of unity and outrage that is associated with the alleged misconduct and hope that you will join to help create proper changes in many parts of the United States beginning in Maryland as the cases progress.

The Maryland Public Officials used an insurance company as an affront to harass and derail justice as shown on the petitions and other parts of the briefs in the U.S Court of Appeals for the Fourth Circuit and elsewhere.

Remember, this can happen to you at anytime based on the way things are at the moment. But life does not have to be this way. Call your elected leaders and ask them to act to see proper changes are made and there is justice for the victims.



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