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This web site briefly outlines and provides the table of contents for the non-partisan Draft Plan to Humanely and Privately (Not Secretly) Prosecute Lawbreaker with Restorative Justice Oportunities for both Victims and Law Breakers
Draft Plan to Humanely and Privately (Not Secretly) Prosecute Lawbreakers With Restorative Justice Opportunities For Both Victims and Lawbreakers
This plan provides strategies, procedures and sample documents to initiate and follow through with humane, private prosecutions of civil and military officials, legislators, judges, corporation executives and others who have broken the law and to encourage/convince them to provide appropriate restitution to victims, be apologetic and contrite and mend their ways. These procedures use humane, constitutional, private, rehabilitation, reconciliation and restorative justice, principles and practices described in the Plan to Reform Criminal Justice Systems Using Humane, Constitutional and Restorative Justice Principles and Practices, outlined in www.HumaneJustice.org. These practices will help heal/restore both the victims and perpetrators of crimes. The idea is to use these principles and practices beginning as soon as possible in each case and during all phases of the prosecution and rehabilitation.
This Plan, item number twenty three and a key element of Attachment A: The Common Agenda of the Universal, Common Strategic Plan for a Peaceful, Prosperous, Just World:
Numerous official reports, books and articles describe the horrors, wastefulness and illegality of U.S. wars, assassinations, drone attacks, torture and abuse of detainees and massive financial crimes. Yet after over ten years of these atricities and despite numerous petitions, phone calls, demonstrations and now “occupations”, not one high-ranking official that authorized and planned these illegal acts have indicted and not one survivor of U.S. torture has succeeded in holding these officials accountable in a U.S. court for torture.
Not only has the government not prosecuted any high level officials, it is subsidizing crimes and paying for foreclosures.
The supposed $26 billion settlement between the federal government and 49 state attorney generals with major banks to address their criminal fraud, robo signing and changing income and job history on mortgage applications without the applicants knowledge actually became mostly a bailout of the large banks.
Instead of making them pay the price for their actions, our public servants have given, loaned or guaranteed Wall Street over $37 trillion while every day Americans are still struggling to make ends meet.
By pushing bad loans and peddling risky mortgage-backed securities as safe investments, these banks aided by our public servants have cost the world economy at least $7.7 trillion. Their widespread fraud and corruption also cost millions of hardworking Americans their jobs, their homes, and their shot at the American Dream.
Charles Ferguson, Director of the Oscar winning documentary “Inside Job” and Author of “Predator Nation,” in a Huffington Post Article, describes the ingrained criminality of the financial sector:
It is no exaggeration to say that since the 1980s, much of the American (and global) financial sector has become criminalized, creating an industry culture that tolerates or even encourages systematic fraud. The behavior that caused the mortgage bubble and financial crisis was a natural outcome and continuation of this pattern, rather than some kind of economic accident.
Our public servants have not provided any meaningful responses to numerous petitions, letters, and requests for investigations, hearings, impeachments and special prosecutors to investigate and prosecute these crimes.
Refining and executing this plan will turn this around by helping to
coordinate the efforts of the many individuals and organizations working on
this and by providing strategies, procedures and sample documents to
initiate and follow through with humane, private (not secret), prosecutions
of civilian and military officials, legislators, judges, corporation
executives and others who have broken the law and encourage/convince them to
provide appropriate restitution to victims, be apologetic, contrite and mend
It supplies a frame work for those interested to list additional ideas, problems and solutions and work with others to accomplish the solutions.
These prosecutions use the humane, constitutional, private, restorative justice, rehabilitation and reconciliation principles and practices which can help heal/restore both victims and/ perpetrators of crime and be used at local, state, federal and international levels.
This plan will also help ensure that the rule of law is equally enforced, educate our public servants and the public on criminal justice procedures, restorative justice, the UCMJ and civil rights and lead perpetrators of crimes to understand the damages, suffering and misery that their crimes have caused.
These interested organizations and individuals are requested to work together, form an oversight board for this plan, and add everything that needs to be done to it. Recommendations can be made and items added by going to emailing Fisher@wethepeoplenow.org or faxing 703-521-0849.
The below Table of Contents provides an outline of this Strategic Plan. Each item in the plan can be accessed by clicking on it.
Table of Contents of The Plan
A. Compile and Maintain a Private, Prioritized List of Individuals Who Should Be Investigated and Possibly Prosecuted
B. Organize Efforts
C. Prepare Documentation for Filing Criminal Complaints
D. Liaison with Investigators/Prosecutors and Special Counsel if and When One Is Appointed
E. Initiate and Follow Through with Humane, Private Prosecutions