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Don't be scare

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Published on Oct 29, 2012

` State officials conspire to convict an innocent black man to appease a wealthy family ( " americanmekinguniversal.org " ) UPDATE




Who cares about grown black men?

We do! The question
Whether the equal protection clause of the 14th Amendment allows for the selective application of the immunities of the stand your ground law where the defense is properly raised?

This question is up for consideration on February15, 2013 before the Supreme Court of the United State, case no. 12-7709 ( to support the cause sign the petition at " americanmekinguniversal.org" )


Re; John Dobbs, DC ( inmate no. ) C00618, a resident of Florida prison. His case is at the Supreme Court, case no. 12-7709. This case is an extraordinary case, with both racial and social equality issues. It's based on an African American man and woman 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 woman, 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. The Supreme Court has the opportunity to provide guidance to Americans of all races and classes with respect to the delicate balance between our constitutional rights and justice as we know it. The above incident occurred on October 25, 2006.
Florida Law: " Stand Your Ground "was revise and effective on October 1, 2005, 776.013 ( 3 ) FL. Stat.

Conviction is :
1.) Racial profiling.
2.) Selective prosecution.
3.) Contrary to the evidences.
4.) Prosecutor misconduct.
5.) Confusing jury instructions on the law of self defense.

Sing his petition on his website ( " americanmekinguniversal.org " ) Thank You, Mrs. Celeste Dobbs

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