Amnesty International USA asked to intervene
Updated: Mar 5, 2020
"As you know better than we do, attacks on Human Rights Defenders around the world have escalated to a crisis point. Allow us to propose that persistent U.S. legal system abuse must be contained before democracy in America, and our country as a republican form of government, are barely a pretense."
Retired Police Chief Gordon L. Wiborg, Jr. shares this message by letter to Amnesty International USA (AIUSA) in his capacity as President of the National Strategy and Management Board (NSMB) of the National Forum On Judicial Accountability. Wiborg's correspondence to AIUSA parallels efforts by another organization to involve Indiana prosecutors in protecting two (2) of their colleagues:
"If you are amendable to our proposed video conference, please respond with alternative dates and times, hopefully in no later than January 2019. Once your availability is clear, we can confirm who on our end will be part of the briefing. I believe our team can be ready as early as Wednesday - December 12, 2018. Our ally, the New Order National Human Rights Organization, is attempting to get an Indiana state and federal prosecutor with jurisdiction over alleged perpetrators to attend our briefing with your organization or one conducted separately."
Read NSMB's letter to AIUSA: CLICK HERE
Read NONHRO's letter to Bernard A. Carter, Prosecutor - Lake County, Indiana: CLICK HERE
Read NONHRO's letter to Thomas L. Kirsch II, U.S. Attorney - Northern District of Indiana: CLICK HERE