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Former DEA agent Matthew Fogg told to target poor black men

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Streamed live on Mar 26, 2015

http://bit.ly/1FVeNBK - Chief Deputy U.S. Marshal, RET. and Co-Founding Member of the National Coalition of Law Enforcement Officers for Justice, Reform & Accountability (NCLEOJ), Matthew F. Fogg is known nationally for his civil rights advocacy after winning a landmark Title VII ($4 million) Federal Jury verdict in DC U.S. District Court. The court “Found” systemic racial discrimination inside the USMS and the U.S. Department of Justice. A March 1997 Sunday morning edition of the New York Post featured a front-page headline titled, “Bigots With Badges” depicted his and other co-worker Marshals stories. 
 
He has given law enforcement expert commentary for major national and cable news (CNN, CSPAN FOX, CBS, RT, etc.), many local TV news stations, national print publications, and radio. He has also testified before the U.S. Congress, State, and local municipalities.  

Last year, Matthew was a candidate for District 25, Senator and Delegate in the great state of Maryland and he has testified on several occasions in Annapolis for legislation that reforms law enforcement procedures and its Bill of Rights. 

Today, Matthew F. Fogg represents female and male Federal employee’s nationwide filing discrimination complaints before the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission. He has a documented winning record without a law degree, due to his passion, purpose, and professionalism. He is a former National Officer for Amnesty International USA, Blacks In Government, Federally Employed Women and the recent co-founder for the National Coalition of Law Enforcement Officers for Justice, Reform and Accountability (NCLEOJ).

READ: Matthew Fogg – Fighting for Justice, Reform and Accountability in Law Enforcement http://bit.ly/1FVeNBK

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