Meeting re Consent Decree and Issues 32 and 33

BLACK ON BLACK CRIME, INC.
SURVIVORS/VICTIMS OF TRAGEDY

VIA EMAIL NOTICE TO PRESS
TO: Producers/Editors/Reporters
WHERE: 15415 Kipling Avenue, Cleveland, Ohio
WHEN: Wednesday, 10.26.16, 7 pm
RE: Discussion of Issue 33 and the Consent Decree

BBCI IS SPONSORING A MEETING ABOUT
THE CONSENT DECREE, ISSUE 33 AND ALSO ISSUE 32

Panel Members will discuss the requirements of the Consent Decree, the language first proposed for Issue 33, and the watered down version prepared by the Cleveland’s Council members that is on the Ballot.

Issue 33 does not protect the citizens of Cleveland from the misbehaviors of the police officers in Cleveland.
Issue 33 leaves loopholes for the police so they will continue to assault or murder Clevelanders without any consequences.
Issue 33 will not change anything – the STATUS QUO will remain.
Police officers who assault or murder civilians need to be drug tested immediately after the attack.
Politicians pick the members for the Civilian’s Police Review Board. That needs to be fixed. Non-political civilians need to pick the members of the Civilian Police Review Board.
Issue 32 is like consulting the FOX to build the HENHOUSE.

Join us on Wednesday, 10.26.16 at 7 pm at 15415 Kipling Avenue so that we can get correct information about the Consent Decree and its consequences. Let’s discuss and learn.

We also say that voting for Issue 32 to raise taxes will not improve services or police protection, because time & time again, after voting yes, police protection and our services are still bad.
We are also not satisfied that the DOJ issue has been dealt with as deeply as it should have been in regard to the police.
So, we say vote no on Issues 32 & 33. Meet with us to discuss these issues. Come and hear the other side of the story!

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If you have any questions, please call Judy Martin at 990.0679, Al Porter, Jr. at 804.7462 or Art McKoy at 253.4070.

Candlelight Vigil for Jacques McDuffey (21)

BLACK ON BLACK CRIME, INC.
SURVIVORS/VICTIMS OF TRAGEDY
BLACK MAN’S ARMY

VIA EMAIL NOTICE TO PRESS
TO: Producers/Editors/Reporters
WHERE: Parking lot of church near East 123 & Soika (near Imperial Avenue)
WHEN: Tuesday, October 18, 2016, 6:30 pm
RE: Candlelight Vigil for Jacques McDuffey (21)

Mr. McDuffey was out with friends listening to music; trying to have a nice time. Then a fight broke out. He and his friends were not part of the fight and tried to leave. Mr. McDuffey was killed in a hail of bullets fired by cowardly punks.
Mr. McDuffey’s two year old son will now grow up without his father being around to help him in life. Mr. McDuffey was going to start a new job. He loved music. Loved to smile and make others happy.
His family is asking for information that will lead to the killer or killers before they kill someone else. His family is also asking friends and strangers who might have information to call the police and not try to take any action themselves.
Join us as we meet with family and friends of Jacques McDuffey whose life was ruthlessly cut short. Join us for prayers, hugs, time to speak about Mr. McDuffey and remember him and his life. We will also collect a donation to give to the family.
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If you have any questions, please call Judy Martin at 990.0679, Al Porter, Jr. at 804.7462 or Art McKoy at 253.4070.

Press conf./rally about systemic racism in Fairview Park

BLACK ON BLACK CRIME, INC.
SURVIVORS/VICTIMS OF TRAGEDY
BLACK MAN’S ARMY

VIA EMAIL NOTICE TO PRESS
TO: Producers/Editors/Reporters
WHERE: 20371 Lorain Road, Fairview Park, Ohio
WHEN: Thursday, 10.20.16, 7 pm
RE: Rally Against Systemic Racism, Harassment, Intimidation and Unsafe Living
Conditions – Unsanitary — Mold, Mildew, Flooding from Upstairs Apartment

Ms. Glass asked her landlord, Harry Essig, to repair her apartment after flooding from the upstairs unit which created mildew and mold and other damages in the walls of her unit. She did things the right way. Ms Glass talked to the landlord. She called the health department. There were no total repairs, only cover ups. Ms. Glass put her rent money in escrow to try to legally get the landlord to do his job and give her a healthy and safe place to live. She has never been late with her rent payments.
As soon as she put the rent into escrow, a pattern of harassment and intimidation by the court and police department began. Her civil rights are being violated. Ms. Glass is a hard working woman and she shouldn’t have to be afraid to live in her home.
Please join us as we meet in support of Mr. Glass’ fight for equal treatment and judicial fairness and integrity.

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If you have any questions, please call Judy Martin at 990.0679, Al Porter, Jr. at 804.7462 or Art McKoy at 253.4070.