sent to NY Attorney General Eric Schneiderman and to Lourdes Rosado
Honorable Attorney General and Civil Rights Bureau Director:
At this moment, 5682 have signed it. As author of this petition, we welcome your response and request your reply early next week. In the absence of your reply or if you decline to move forward, please be so kind as to let us know so that we may redirect the effort to President Obama. We have faith, however, that the impetus must come from you rather than be lost in a pile of White House petitions. 200,000 civil rights violations is already of great interest to the Department of Justice and the United States Attorney General, and I am certain that they would join in on your efforts by amicus curiae filings, as well as other plaintiffs.
Respectfully, Stephen Fox 505 983-2002
Here are the contact numbers of the key deciders; Attorney General Schneiderman's Press offices in NYC: 212 416 8060 and in Albany: 518 776 2427
To leave a voice mail for his Civil Rights Bureau Director, Lourdes Rosado, ask for that when you call the Albany Press office. The petition thus far is in her care.
>>>> Bernie's Campaign Lawyer is Brad Deutsch (202) 298-1793 direct to his office. Brad's secretary's name is Yvette.
>>>> Robert Reich, Bernie's, most effective supporter, can be called at UC Berkeley at 510 642-0560 and speak with or leave a message for his ASSISTANT, REBECCA BOLES
>>>> Bernie's Campaign Advisor is Tad Devine in Washington D.C.: 202 337 9600
These are comments from those who signed the petition between May 5 and May 13. When you read their compelling insights, please move forward with our request, and issue some kind of press advisory today or Monday. There are also two prior compilations of the comments published here at
OpEdNews.These are comments from those who signed the
petition between May 5 and May 13. When you read their compelling insights,
please make the five telephone calls described in my yesterday's article in OpEdNews, and there are two prior compilations of the comments published here at OpEdNews.
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