An open letter to Nevada Attorney General Catherine Cortez Masto and Brian Sandoval.
“We have the power to demonstrate to the people of Nevadathat honest, civil, and responsive government is alive and well inCarson City.” Governor Brian Sandoval from the State of the Union Address 2011.
The active Anti-Corruption campaign, protest, and movement is a peaceful demonstration ofNevada citizens who have been victimized byNevada government corruption.
The campaign is focused on judicial/legal corruption committed by the Nevada Attorney General Catherine Cortez Masto’s office and her rogue Deputy Attorney General’s that carry on a pattern of illegal conduct.
The campaign is asking Ms. Cortez Masto, Governor Brian Sandoval and the legislature to work together and resolve the people’s grievances, end the corruption and use this opportunity as a catalyst to moveNevadafrom one of the most corrupt States in the union (D-) to a State that is graded A+ for transparency, anti-corruption laws, and whistle-blower protection.
We have assured Nevada Public Safety that the campaign will operate by the 1st amendment of the US Constitution’s right to free speech i.e. protesting. We won’t take it to the levels of rock star Ted Nugent’s recent speech but we’re going to push the envelope to the point we’re calling out the politicians on their fraud, corruption and knowingly doing nothing to stop the corruption and thus supporting it.
We’re not a danger to anyone’s safety – only their political careers, public image and/or any legal action that they be subject to. See Rod Blagojevich.
This Anti-Corruption movement is truly a grass roots cause. Each person participating has their own story of corruption that’s affected them personally. Some people have paid dearly like Tonja Brown who’s brother died in prison for a crime he did not commit. Other people have had their careers and livelihoods destroyed by the corruption and retaliation. This is very, very serious and the movement will continued to grow as more people come forward with their stories of corruption and the desire to protest and make the needed changes happen here inNevada.
This is the moment in time when both Ms. Cortez Masto and Mr. Sandoval can truly rise to the occasion and do the right things. Please do the right thing and meet and listen to us. Most of the issues could be resolved quickly and easily and little cost/liability to the State ofNevada. Changes could be implemented to accomplish better transparency and anti-corruption laws and accountability for existing laws. People’s lives can be made whole and closure can be made for the sins of the past. Please helpNevada become a leader in fighting corruption and rise from a D- (F in transparency) to an A+ in anti-corruptibility.
On the other hand Ms. Cortez Masto and Mr. Sandoval, you can do nothing and thus support the corruption. The protests could grow larger and travel to other parts of the State to promote our Anti-Corruption movement.
The 4 foot tall 150 foot long CRIME SCENE banner is attracting attention. See KOLO News video here: http://youtu.be/gbk0rKPnbfs and Nevada Appeal here: http://www.nevadaappeal.com/article/20120429/NEWS/120429789&parentprofile=search
The media has published stories about my personal plight. NBC/KRNV TV NEWS did this story on the judicial backdating: http://youtu.be/O-K9Hhx47LQ
LVRJ did this very interesting story:http://www.lvrj.com/news/taxation-department-losing-tens-of-millions-of-dollars-a-year-ex-employees-say-139331338.html
Other advocates have complained about bribery in the State Personnel Hearing Officer system by Hearing Office Bill Kockenmeister. The evidence is compelling and there is no denial a bribe from Mr. Kockenmeister to Glenn Marr occurred.
Please see these videos:
Glenn Marr at Personnel Commission Meeting: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=k5L7SaPtSKo
One of my fellow advocates is Tonja Brown who lost her brother because of withheld exculpatory evidence (Brady v. Maryland) by the AG’s office. More on that here http://www.justicefornolanklein.net/
Ms. Brown also disclosed the “computer glitch” in DOC that is adding false charges to inmates records and deleted good behavior credits. That story is here: http://www.mynews4.com/news/story/State-Panel-Wants-Answers-about-Prison-Comp…
Here’s Mike’s issue with edited audio/video related to NHP: http:// http://nevadalicensedcriminals.com/
And finally, here’s a good video that explains things:
Ms. Cortez Masto and Mr. Sandoval Please do the right thing and meet and listen to us. The corruption is bleeding the Taxpayers. People’s lives can be made whole and closure can be made for the sins of the past. Please help Nevada become a leader in fighting corruption and rise from a D- (F in transparency) to an A+ in anti-corruptibility. We believe we’re on common ground with Mr. Sandoval who has stated he wants’ better transparency and “We have the power to demonstrate to the people of Nevada that honest, civil, and responsive government is alive and well in Carson City.” Governor Brian Sandoval from the State of the Union Address 2011.