Statement Should Read
Texas Governor Rick Perry Has Harmed Thousands of Disabled persons, Including Disabled Veterans and RICO Perry X Texas Governor should in Prison.
Statement of Thomas E. Perez Assistant Attorney General Department of Justice Before the Committee of the Judiciary United States Senate Concerning the Civil Rights Division of the Department of Justice Presented April 20, 2010
What happened inside the Office of Civil Rights during the Bush Administration that gridlock and denied valid civil rights claims that insure due process, justice, and anti-discrimination policies that should have been applied on U.S. Colleges and Universities which had a direct causal effect on the 100 fold increase in campus violence in the years 2001-2008.
Several creditable reports show the use of terms by senior and supervisory staff such as "commies" and "Socialist" to demoralize staff members enforcing the law under the Bush Administration. The Office of Civil Rights is the most important government agency in Washington ensuring equal protections of the law and prosecute violations and acts of hatred against those that can not protect themselves. Thomas Perez has announced the turn
around in the OCR's off ice of attorney and legal counsel as follows:
Thousands of Discarded Disability Claims
U.S. Colleges and Universities
by G N O'Dell
Thank you U.S. Justice Department for Stepping Up! Read the Bold
Truthful Report from Thomas E. Perez Assistant Attorney General Office of
Civil Rights at the following link
"My administration has a Civil Division that is once again prosecuting civil rights violations and employment discrimination"
"Perhaps most importantly, this involves assembling a team of committed, talented career attorneys and professional staff to carry out the Division's critical work. Between 2003 and 2007, more than 70 percent of Division's attorneys left, many taking with them year o experience and expertise."
"The Division has made considerable progress in the protection of rights for individuals with disabilities. The Disability Rights Section in the first year of the Administration filed 12 lawsuits and reached 39 settlement agreements. This work includes 14 new agreements under Project Civic Access, which allow the Division to Work cooperatively with local government to ensure greater access to Civic programs and services of individuals with disabilities."
"Meanwhile, the Administration's first year proved to be a landmark for federal enforcement of the Supreme Court decision in Olmstead v. L.C., 527 U.S. 581 (1999), a ruling requiring state to eliminate unnecessary segregation of persons with disabilities and provide those individuals with services in the most integrated steering appropriate. Th Omstead decision has often been called the Brown v. Board of Education of the disability rights movement, and in the last year the Department filed amicus briefs in five separate cases in Connecticut, Virginia, North Carolina, Illinois, and Florida, and intervened in a case in New York (Perez)."
One of first OCR articles in 2009 titled "United States Assistant Attorney General Thomas E. Perez to speak at NCCU School of Law" states "The mission of the Civil Rights & Constitutional Law Society is to promulgate the continued need for activism, advocacy, discussion, research, writing, and legal representation for civil and human rights issues." One state in the union, Texas has made it clear that they will not participate, condone, nor support disability mandates concerning disabled student equality, access to a higher
education, or equal protection under the law, arguing only 'able bodies' are protected by the constitution under the 10th amendment and 'disabled bodies' are a burden of care by way of virtue of the State of Texas (Rick Perry). Perhaps we should bring back the sporting term of 'handicapped' and remove the disability by two thirds vote of congress!
Texas Governor Rick Perry should in Prison He Has Harmed Thousands of Disabled persons, Including Disabled Veterans and should in Prison.