Friday, October 30, 2009
Journey for Justice: Largest Civil Rights Rally In Missouri Set For Kennett Missouri Monday, November 16, 2009 from 11:00 AM to 3:00 PM
Does She Look Like A PreMed Student
a Perp that needs 15 Years to keep her from cutting in line?
Short answer - Neither. Heather Ellis' dreams of medical school were trashed three years ago when she was arrested for assaulting 5 Kennett, MO police officers. You can learn more at TheHeatherEllisCase.
Now the question is - will Heather Ellis get a fair and just trial in Kennett? And where is the evidence (a hidden Walmart videotape) that Kennett, MO, Prosecutor Stephen P. Sokoloff has yet to show? Maybe Reverend Jessie Jackson, Al Sharpton, Professor Watkin, Michael Baisden, the national media and concerned American can help promote justice and equality in Kennett.
What makes matters worse is the fact that the Ellis family alleges that admitted KKK card carrying police officers (not all of Kennett's police carry KKK calling cards, but one is too many) have intimidated them by distributing KKK calling cards.
Donations for Heather Ellis' legal defense fund will be presented to the family with checks made payable to THE HEATHER ELLIS LEGAL DEFENSE FUND (or click the link to donate through Paypal if you cannot personally attend).
Lets go meet the Ellis' on this "Journey for Justice." eams of practicing medicine away by assaulting 5 police officers in a parking lot.
If you want to go. If you want to support justice. If you want Missouri's criminal justice system to find the truth, e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org so that you can march in defense of core American values.
On November 16, 2009, the van leaves at 5:30 AM from Jefferson City, MO Community Center at 621 E. Dunklin. We will arrive in Kennett at 10AM and then at 11 AM, we will meet at the Walmart where she was arrested (1500 1st St., Kennett, MO) and march to the steps of the courthouse square (200 Slicer St) where Prosecutor Sokolof says she will be sentenced to 15 years in jail.
Anyone with an interest in justice is welcome.
This is just one opportunity to help set justice on the right path. Missouri needs your help.