America’s human rights record will be reviewed by the United Nations as part of its Universal Periodic Review (UPR) in May 2020. According to the United Nations Association (UNA-USA), “(t)he goal of . . . organizing a local UPR consultation is to constructively set the agenda on a human rights challenge in the United States, collaborate with likeminded community partners, and help catalyze change in the U.S. through a universal UN process.”
Towards that end, the United Nations Association of Atlanta is teaming with National Judicial Conduct and Disability Law Project, Inc. as well as Golden Badge to address human rights violations allegedly accomplished through U.S. criminal justice system abuse. Our specific topic is . . .
*SET UP TO SUPPRESS: When Unfounded Criminal Charges are Used to Deter First Amendment Activity in America*
Kindly join us on Saturday – August 24, 2019 at the Rod Logal Center for Justice to share your related story, insights, concerns, and interests. Before then, we’re asking for feedback from American citizens and U.S. residents who were subjected to one or more criminal prosecutions in which:
1. probable cause was allegedly fabricated with complicity of one or more U.S. criminal law enforcement officers, a prosecutor and/or one or more deputy prosecutors, and/or one or more U.S. judicial officers;
2. in response to the targeted defendant’s whistleblowing and/or other First Amendment activity.
Has this happened to you? If yes, please, at your earliest convenience, tell us about your experience via the Google form @ https://forms.gle/hJSLDKasEm2dYSZGA
See you soon!