Today-Thursday December 20th, 2012 at 2 PM in the LOB Building-Room 301 in Concord, the Rules Committee will conduct a hearing. Under Speaker Teri Norelli and the Democratic Legislature, the plan is to Quash the Redress Grievance Committee.
Please make your voices heard, Loud and Clear that ending the Redress Grievance Committee would be a grave injustice to each and every one of us. If you can't be there, make call's, send e-mails, do something. Don't let the State of New Hampshire take away our right of Redress!
Our Constitution gives "We the People" the right to Redress our Grievances, per Articles 31 and 32.
We were finally permitted that right by former Speaker of the House Bill O'Brien. Mr. O'Brien is a man who keeps his word and has fought tirelessly for the people of New Hampshire. He is responsible for making the Redress Grievance Committee a model for all other States to follow. Making New Hampshire first in the Nation to allow Redress to all the people unjustly accused in one way or another, by the unethical actions of the New Hampshire Judicial System and the notorious DCYF.
Now the Rules Committee plans on ending the Redress Committee, where none of us will get the justice we deserve and have waited so long for. The Redress Grievance Committee is our only hope in rectifying all of the injustice so many of us have suffered at the hands of the Court's and DCYF. To end the Committee would only make the same abuses keep happening. More and more of the people of New Hampshire will suffer, including our children. Innocent children suffering at the hands of the State.
We must fight to keep the Committee alive. This is Our Constitutional right! To keep the Redress Committee fighting for us. God knows no-one else has fought for us and I sincerely doubt they ever will. Many of our Petitions have been Founded, including one from my daughter. Will my grandchildren EVER be returned? So what happens now? Many of us have proven innocence, but still railroaded by DCYF and the Courts. How do we reverse the harm we've already suffered? Without the Redress Committee there is no chance in ever rectifying the damage already done. We will NEVER get Justice!
Where do we go from here? Will our children finally be returned? Will new laws be enacted to stop the abuses we've suffered from happening to anyone else. Ending the Redress Committee will surely push New Hampshire backward. Shouldn't we be proud that New Hampshire's Redress Committee has become well known all over the Country, making other States want to follow in our footsteps?