• Every Life is Precious.
    A known offender must be persecuted. Stop letting persons go free who are killing innocent individuals. That man that kill Treyvon and the the man that shot the girl in the Carolina should not be free.
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    Created by Corine Glore
  • Legalize drugs in Mexico
    Americans need to let the leaders of Mexico we'll be behind them when they legalize next year. In Mexico they have run up against the brick wall of politics when it comes to their drug war. They realize that legalization is the only answer but it will take the new President to accomplish this mighty task. Our elected representatives don't listen to us but Mexico's just might.
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    Created by daniel rueffert
  • Stop debtors prision
    Several states now allow people to be jailed for debts. A great lead story on this came up today about a woman being jailed for a $280 medical bill she didn't really owe. Not only did she not get an apology she went to jail and had to pay $600. Outrageous doesn't cover it.
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    Created by Janet Warren
  • Justice for Jasmine
    16-year-old African American, was shot and killed while in her mother's front yard in Chadbourn, North Carolina. The 23-year-old Caucasian male who fired the fatal shot from the house across the street was taken in for questioning, but he has not been charged with a crime of any kind. Because he claims it was an accident, the police let him go—despite the fact that he admits he fired the shot and police found a Confederate flag and Nazi literature in his home
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    Created by Gina
  • Justice For Jasmine Thar
    Dear MoveOn member,On December 23, 2011, my goddaughter, Jasmine Thar, a 16-year-old African American, was shot and killed while in my mother's front yard in Chadbourn, North Carolina. When the shot rang out, Jasmine was preparing for a routine shopping trip and doing what most teens do—texting. Two others, my niece and myself, were also injured in the shooting. The 23-year-old Caucasian male who fired the fatal shot from the house across the street was taken in for questioning, but he has not been charged with a crime of any kind. Because he claims it was an accident, the police let him go—despite the fact that he admits he fired the shot and police found a Confederate flag and Nazi literature in his home. The message being sent is that you can shoot and kill someone like Jasmine and get away with it by simply claiming it was an accident. That can't be the world we live in. That's why we created a petition on SignOn.org to District Attorney Jon David, Attorney General Roy Cooper, and Assistant District Attorney Chris Gentry. The petition says: We demand justice for Jasmine Thar, who was shot and killed. Three months after the shooting we still have no answers. We urge you to sign this petition to demand a lawful, thorough, and unprejudiced investigation from the SBI and sound judicial decisions from Columbus County District Attorney Jon David and ADA Chris Gentry.
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    Created by Lillian G Martin
  • What's gotten into the Law?
    About the shooting of Jasmine. I
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    Created by G. F.
  • Stop Killing Dogs - Euro 2012 Ukraine
    Due to the upcoming soccer EM this summer in Poland and Ukraine, the Ukrainian authorities have decided to give the city a better picture for sport tourists—by killing harmless dogs and other animals that roam the streets throughout all the country. Some were even burned alive. Although the EM is over, still a lot of animals are killed in pounds like the one in Charkow in order to improve the city's image This inhuman behaviour must be put to end right now! Sign this petition to help thousands of dogs in Eastern Europe.
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    Created by Parker Stewart
  • Justice For Jasmine!
    Obtaining justice for Jasmine. People were questioned but still "no charges"? This does not make good with the community at all!
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    Created by Leona Ward
  • A second chance
    EX-FELONS who have been to prison and served there time and been out for over 20 yrs. or more with no offences.
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    Created by MR. Ronald Robinson
  • No Jail Time for non-violent criminals
    Releasing non-violent criminals with small drug related offenses that whites do not get to be sentenced for.
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    Created by Vernon L Landry Sr
  • End the War on Drugs
    The War on Drugs has been an attempt of the United States Government to deter drug use and trafficking with strict laws, enforcement, and sentencing. The problem is that many people have been thrown into prison and saw their futures disappear for simply making personal decisions which affect nobody but themselves. The black market, which consists of powerful global drug cartels, has benefited in this billion dollar market and have caused crime rates to explode. In my opinion it is one's own civil right to consume drugs, no matter how bad, as long as nobody else is hurt. Despite the war on drugs, drug use remains high, cartels remain powerful, and billions of dollars have been invested in a problem that cannot be cured through enforcement. The only way to win the war on drugs is to end it.
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    Created by Joseph Riccardo
  • Jasmine Thar
    Jasmine. We should sign it to make a difference and let others know that you just can't kill someone regardless if it was an accident and think nothing of their life and go free. There are consequences for doing things so careless and wrong.
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    Created by Pam Franklin