Darren Wilson “HandsUpDontShoot”

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Teach children:N0-hitting; no name-calling. It’s about shades of black or white; it’s has to be about what is right and what is wrong. Cops are no more than what their training is. COPS all get same training. COPS, stick together, [until that person is black, in Dillon’s case,(if the officer was black, brown or green) therein, COPS broke their own tradition.] The officer that killed 18 year old graduate, Michael Brown, Darren Wilson, claimed about, Michael Brown, looked like a monster, so he killed him. to wit: Darren Wilson stated:

“Mike Brown with his hands up at that point, I just went like this,.”
Darren Wilson continued to the grand jury that…
” I tried to pull the trigger again click, nothing happened.”

Legally, that’s first degree murder. Not that I believe in the laws of this land, I am held fully accountable to them. Slave law was for African Americans to build the United States of America, with their bear hands, for free. In addition, You may find that Mike Brown’s countenance, can be good reason, as did Darren Wilson’s peers. However, Michael Brown’s community, not willing to accept that, and wanted Darren Wilson to know that as a man on two legs, In the community where Michael Brown lived and was killed, every body looked just like him. It really didn’t matter what people in Utah felt about the officers defense, or, if they wanted to remain silent, The world needed to know how Blacks feel about themselves, and that, truly to those who actually built this nation, and nursed it’s offspring, black lives, better damn well be treated, particularly by paid public servants, like they matter. Can you hear me? Black Lives Matter. Good people need to speak up against greed, jealousy and evil, not colour, when ever it’s un godly head appears.

Darren wilson's testimony that Mike Brown had his hands up.

Darren wilson’s testimony that Mike Brown had his hands up.

To provide for the diversification of employment of Federal prisoners, for their training and
schooling in trades and occupations, and for other purposes.
Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States of America in
Congress assembled,
That it shall be the duty of the Attorney General to provide employ-
ment for all physically fit inmates in the United States penal and correctional institutions in
such diversified forms as will reduce to a minimum competition with private industry or
free labor.
Prison Industry Revenues and stock prices are skyrocketing for private prison companies that build immigration prisons, like Corrections Corporation of America (CCA) and the GEO Group, Inc.

Prison Industry Revenues and stock prices are skyrocketing for private prison companies that build immigration prisons, like Corrections Corporation of America (CCA) and the GEO Group, Inc.

1%

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mission_history

 Both the Houston Processing Center and the Wackenhut-operated (a division of GEO Group) Aurora Processing Center opened in 1984. http://www.detentionwatchnetwork.org/node/2393

Both the Houston Processing Center and the Wackenhut-operated (a division of GEO Group) Aurora Processing Center opened in 1984. http://www.detentionwatchnetwork.org/node/2393

the number of Federal inmates. Between 1930, when the BOP was established, and 1979,
the number of Federal inmates remained fairly constant, ranging from 17,000 to 24,000.
After 1980, the population began to climb dramatically: from 24,000 in 1980, to 50,000 in
1987, to nearly 95,000 by 1994.
1.  Increased prosecution for drug-related crimes,
2.  longer sentences, the abolition of parole, and an
3.  increasing responsibility for housing aliens awaiting deportation accounted for much of that increase.

Appendix C: Presidential Order Establishing FPI

EXECUTIVE ORDER Creating Prison Industry
Creating A Body Corporate To Be Known As Federal Prison Industries, Inc.
By virtue of the authority vested in me by the Act of June 23, 1934,(Public No. 461,73rd
Congress), it is hereby ordered that a corporation of the District of Columbia be and is
hereby created, said Corporation to be named as
FEDERAL PRISON INDUSTRIES, INC.
1. The governing body of said corporation shall consist of a board of five directors to hold
office at the pleasure of the President. The following persons shall constitute the first Board
of Directors:
Mr. Sanford Bates
Mr. Thomas A. Rickert
Hon. John B. Miller
Dr. M. L. Brittain
Mr. Sam A. Lewisohn
2. The principal office of said corporation shall be in the City of Washington, District of
Columbia, but the corporation shall have power and authority to establish such other offices
or agencies as it may deem necessary or appropriate.
3. The said corporation shall have power to determine in what manner and to what extent
industrial operations shall be carried on in the several penal and correctional institutions of
the United States and shall, so far as practicable, so diversify prison industrial operations
that no single private industry shall be forced to bear an undue burden of competition with
the products of the prison workshops. It shall also have power to do all things it is autho-
rized to do by the said Act of June 23, 1934, and all things incident to or necessary or proper
in the exercise of its functions.
4. Pursuant to the provisions of Section 4 of the said Act, the Secretary of the Treasury is
directed to transfer to a fund to be known as “the Prison Industries Fund” all balances
standing to the credit of the Prison Industries Working Capital Fund on the books of the
Treasury and the corporation is authorized to employ the aforesaid fund and any earnings
that may hereafter accrue to the corporation, as operating capital.
5. The Attorney General is directed to transfer to the corporation hereby created all personal
property, assets, accounts receivable, and equipment of any and every kind now under the
jurisdiction of the Industrial Division of the Bureau of Prisons of the Department of Justice.
6. The corporation shall assume all valid claims and obligations now payable out of the
Prison Industries Working Capital Fund.
7. Said corporation shall have power to sue and be sued.
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8. Any vacancies occurring in the membership of the Board of Directors shall be filled by
the President of the United States.
9. The heads of the several executive departments, independent establishments and Govern-
ment owned and Government controlled corporations shall cooperate with the corporation in
carrying out its duties and shall purchase, at not to exceed current market prices, the prod-
ucts or services of said industries, to the extent required or permitted by law.
10. All powers and duties vested in the Attorney General and not specifically transferred to
the corporation by said Act of June 23, 1934, or by this Executive Order and assumed by
said corporation, shall remain vested in the Attorney General or his duly qualified representatives as heretofore.
FRANKLIN D. ROOSEVELT
The White House, (No. 6917)
December 11, 1934
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