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USINPAC Celebrates US-India Ties with Event at Capitol Hill

As Prime Minister Modi met with President Obama at the White House and addressed the Joint Session of the US Congress, a flurry of diplomatic and community events were held to celebrate the historic visit and the new vibrancy in the US-India partnership. USINPAC hosted an Indian American community reception on June 8th at Capitol Hill to recognize and honor the efforts of Indian Americans who contributed towards the deepening of the US-India bilateral relationship. The last decade witnessed a boom in trade, investment and cooperation between the US and India, now hailed as the 'enduring Global partners of the 21st century.'

Marginalizing African-American Feelings of Injustice Breeds Deeper Distrust, Says a Just Cause

Logo"Protests and cries of African-Americans seem to be falling on deaf ears as justice appears to exclude the color blue and officials show indifference to life and liberty of blacks," says Lamont Banks, Executive Director of A Just Cause. CBS TV News reported that A Baltimore judge has acquitted 4 out of 6 police officers, saying that failure of police to buckle-up a hog-shackled Freddie Gray in a patty wagon that resulted in his death is not criminal, it is only poor judgment. "If a parent exercised poor judgment and failed to buckle-up their child that was killed in an accident they would be charged and convicted of voluntary manslaughter or some other negligence-related homicide," adds Banks. "A hog-tied Gray is as vulnerable as that child because he is incapable of restraining himself from being tossed around a metal patty wagon," says Banks. "We should all be treated equally under the law," asserts Banks.

Marginalizing African-American Feelings of Injustice Breeds Deeper Distrust, Says a Just Cause

Logo"Protests and cries of African-Americans seem to be falling on deaf ears as justice appears to exclude the color blue and officials show indifference to life and liberty of blacks," says Lamont Banks, Executive Director of A Just Cause. CBS TV News reported that A Baltimore judge has acquitted 4 out of 6 police officers, saying that failure of police to buckle-up a hog-shackled Freddie Gray in a patty wagon that resulted in his death is not criminal, it is only poor judgment. "If a parent exercised poor judgment and failed to buckle-up their child that was killed in an accident they would be charged and convicted of voluntary manslaughter or some other negligence-related homicide," adds Banks. "A hog-tied Gray is as vulnerable as that child because he is incapable of restraining himself from being tossed around a metal patty wagon," says Banks. "We should all be treated equally under the law," asserts Banks.

Florence Federal Prison Discriminates Against Church Group

LogoAdvocacy group, A Just Cause, alleges that Warden M.A. Stancil at Federal Prison Camp in Florence, Colorado is discriminating against a Colorado Springs Fellowship Church (CSFC) group, some of whom are family, because they simply want to greet inmates they have known for 20 years or more who attended their church. On July 13, 2016, Associate Warden Johns allegedly threatened to throw any inmate who was caught greeting their friends and family into the "bucket", which is a common term for solitary confinement in the prison." My Son David and Clinton Stewart share the nephew named Cole who is currently on Clinton's visiting list. Under Stancil's rule, Cole cannot be on David's visiting even though he is a family member and if David says hello to him, he will be sent to solitary confinement," says Rose Banks, Pastor of CSFC.

Florence Federal Prison Discriminates Against Church Group

LogoAdvocacy group, A Just Cause, alleges that Warden M.A. Stancil at Federal Prison Camp in Florence, Colorado is discriminating against a Colorado Springs Fellowship Church (CSFC) group, some of whom are family, because they simply want to greet inmates they have known for 20 years or more who attended their church. On July 13, 2016, Associate Warden Johns allegedly threatened to throw any inmate who was caught greeting their friends and family into the "bucket", which is a common term for solitary confinement in the prison." My Son David and Clinton Stewart share the nephew named Cole who is currently on Clinton's visiting list. Under Stancil's rule, Cole cannot be on David's visiting even though he is a family member and if David says hello to him, he will be sent to solitary confinement," says Rose Banks, Pastor of CSFC.

Florence Federal Prison Discriminates Against Church Group

LogoAdvocacy group, A Just Cause, alleges that Warden M.A. Stancil at Federal Prison Camp in Florence, Colorado is discriminating against a Colorado Springs Fellowship Church (CSFC) group, some of whom are family, because they simply want to greet inmates they have known for 20 years or more who attended their church. On July 13, 2016, Associate Warden Johns allegedly threatened to throw any inmate who was caught greeting their friends and family into the "bucket", which is a common term for solitary confinement in the prison." My Son David and Clinton Stewart share the nephew named Cole who is currently on Clinton's visiting list. Under Stancil's rule, Cole cannot be on David's visiting even though he is a family member and if David says hello to him, he will be sent to solitary confinement," says Rose Banks, Pastor of CSFC.

Congressman Bob Goodlatte of Virginia Is Highlighted on AJC Radio's Spotlight on Capitol Hill

LogoAdvocacy group, A Just Cause, announces this Thursday's, July 14, 2016 segment of AJC Radio's "Spotlight on Capitol Hill" will shine the spotlight on Congressman Bob Goodlatte (R - VA) (www.AJCRadio.com, 8-10 PM ET).

Is Colorado Media Racist or Just Covering for the Government? Asks Advocacy Group A Just Cause

LogoOn July 5, 2016, the Washington Post published an article about former federal appeals judge H. Lee Sarokin's continuing 2-year effort to help free six imprisoned African-American technology executives known on the Internet as the IRP6, who were convicted in a federal court in Denver, Colorado in 2011. The IRP6, David A. Banks, Kendrick Barnes, Gary L. Walker, Clinton A. Stewart, David A. Zirpolo and Demetrius K. Harper are executives of the IRP Solutions Corporation in Colorado Springs, Colorado which developed criminal investigations and intelligence software after 9/11 to help law enforcement collaborate and share information.

Unemployed and Military Vets Receive a Major Discount at Ryno Resumes

LogoRyno Resumes, a full-service resume revision and optimization firm with expert knowledge in both career resumes and LinkedIn profile resumes, this week announced they are offering a special, discounted rate for all military veterans and unemployed individuals looking to get out in the workforce. Officially fixed at a permanent rate of $229.99, Ryno Resumes is committed to keeping the rate incredibly low compared to the next closest competitors of $350 and up.

Washington Post Says Obama Can Save Wrongly-Imprisoned Colorado Tech Execs

LogoOn July 5, 2016, the Washington Post released an online article about a former federal appeals judge's continuing efforts to help free six imprisoned Colorado tech execs known as the IRP6 (www.washingtonpost.com/news/true-crime/wp/2016/07/05/judge-who-freed-hurricane-carter-now-helping-six-imprisoned-men-but-only-obama-can-save-them). The article will be released in the actual paper on July 6th.

CILC Software Available Now to Track ISIS Sleeper Cells That Threaten the Homeland

LogoThe terror attacks in Turkey underscore that America has a continuing need to improve intelligence, investigative and technological superiority to combat the threat of ISIS carrying out an attack on the U.S. homeland. "The inferior, antiquated case management technology that the congressional 9/11 commission said contributed to the 9/11 attacks remains in use by the vast majority of federal law enforcement agencies, while six case management innovators (IRP6) continue languishing in federal prison because of constitutional neglect by the federal courts and Colorado U.S Attorney's Office," says Lamont Banks, Executive Director of A Just Cause.

CILC Software Available Now to Track ISIS Sleeper Cells That Threaten the Homeland

LogoThe terror attacks in Turkey underscore that America has a continuing need to improve intelligence, investigative and technological superiority to combat the threat of ISIS carrying out an attack on the U.S. homeland. "The inferior, antiquated case management technology that the congressional 9/11 commission said contributed to the 9/11 attacks remains in use by the vast majority of federal law enforcement agencies, while six case management innovators (IRP6) continue languishing in federal prison because of constitutional neglect by the federal courts and Colorado U.S Attorney's Office," says Lamont Banks, Executive Director of A Just Cause.

CILC Software Available Now to Track ISIS Sleeper Cells That Threaten the Homeland

LogoThe terror attacks in Turkey underscore that America has a continuing need to improve intelligence, investigative and technological superiority to combat the threat of ISIS carrying out an attack on the U.S. homeland. "The inferior, antiquated case management technology that the congressional 9/11 commission said contributed to the 9/11 attacks remains in use by the vast majority of federal law enforcement agencies, while six case management innovators (IRP6) continue languishing in federal prison because of constitutional neglect by the federal courts and Colorado U.S Attorney's Office," says Lamont Banks, Executive Director of A Just Cause.

Judiciary Committee Heavyweights Question DOJ About Prosecutorial Misconduct

Logo"As we continue to pursue a congressional probe into prosecutorial misconduct on behalf of the six wrongly-convicted executives of the IRP Solutions Corporation, we are pleased that U.S. Senator's Chuck Grassley (R-IA) and Mike Lee (R-UT) are taking action on frivolous cases being brought by over-zealous federal prosecutors that are hurting U.S. businesses," says Lamont Banks, Executive Director of A Just Cause.

Judiciary Committee Heavyweights Question DOJ About Prosecutorial Misconduct

Logo"As we continue to pursue a congressional probe into prosecutorial misconduct on behalf of the six wrongly-convicted executives of the IRP Solutions Corporation, we are pleased that U.S. Senator's Chuck Grassley (R-IA) and Mike Lee (R-UT) are taking action on frivolous cases being brought by over-zealous federal prosecutors that are hurting U.S. businesses," says Lamont Banks, Executive Director of A Just Cause.

Congressman Scott Peters of California Gives an Exclusive Interview on AJC Radio's Spotlight on Capitol Hill

LogoAdvocacy group, A Just Cause, announces this Thursday's, June 16, 2016 segment of AJC Radio's, "Spotlight on Capitol Hill" will shine the spotlight on Congressman Scott Peters (D - CA) a (www.AJCRadio.com, 8-10 PM ET).

Congressman Scott Peters of California Gives an Exclusive Interview on AJC Radio's Spotlight on Capitol Hill

LogoAdvocacy group, A Just Cause, announces this Thursday's, June 16, 2016 segment of AJC Radio's, "Spotlight on Capitol Hill" will shine the spotlight on Congressman Scott Peters (D - CA) a (www.AJCRadio.com, 8-10 PM ET).

Congressman Scott Peters of California Gives an Exclusive Interview on AJC Radio's Spotlight on Capitol Hill

LogoAdvocacy group, A Just Cause, announces this Thursday's, June 16, 2016 segment of AJC Radio's, "Spotlight on Capitol Hill" will shine the spotlight on Congressman Scott Peters (D - CA) a (www.AJCRadio.com, 8-10 PM ET).

Congressman Scott Peters of California Gives an Exclusive Interview on AJC Radio's Spotlight on Capitol Hill

LogoAdvocacy group, A Just Cause, announces this Thursday's, June 16, 2016 segment of AJC Radio's, "Spotlight on Capitol Hill" will shine the spotlight on Congressman Scott Peters (D - CA) a (www.AJCRadio.com, 8-10 PM ET).

A Just Cause Honors Congressman Charles Rangel's 46 Years of Public Service in a Special Edition of Spotlight on Capitol Hill on AJC Radio

LogoAdvocacy group, A Just Cause, announces this Thursday's June 9, 2016 segment of AJC Radio's "Spotlight On Capitol Hill" will shine the spotlight on Congressman Charles Rangel (D-NY) as we reflect on his life's accomplishments, contributions and service to America. (www.AJCRadio.com, 8-10 PM ET).

Wolf Intelligence Showcase of World's First-Ever Filter Encrypted Communication System

WOLF Intelligence is a trusted company when it comes to providing innovative solutions focusing on heightened security. The system that they are about to introduce in the ISS Prague is just among the highly-specialized solutions they proudly offer to their clientele.

Congresswoman Zoe Lofgren of California Gives an Exclusive Interview from Washington D.C. on AJC Radio's Spotlight on Capitol Hill

LogoAdvocacy group, A Just Cause, announces this Thursday's, June 2, 2016 segment of AJC Radio's "Spotlight on Capitol Hill" will shine the spotlight on Congresswoman Zoe Lofgren of California (www.AJCRadio.com, 8-10 PM ET).

Congresswoman Zoe Lofgren of California Gives an Exclusive Interview from Washington D.C. on AJC Radio's Spotlight on Capitol Hill

LogoAdvocacy group, A Just Cause, announces this Thursday's, June 2, 2016 segment of AJC Radio's "Spotlight on Capitol Hill" will shine the spotlight on Congresswoman Zoe Lofgren of California (www.AJCRadio.com, 8-10 PM ET).

Congresswoman Zoe Lofgren of California Gives an Exclusive Interview from Washington D.C. on AJC Radio's Spotlight on Capitol Hill

LogoAdvocacy group, A Just Cause, announces this Thursday's, June 2, 2016 segment of AJC Radio's "Spotlight on Capitol Hill" will shine the spotlight on Congresswoman Zoe Lofgren of California (www.AJCRadio.com, 8-10 PM ET).

Alleged Criminals Recruit Denver FBI Agents to Work for Them, Really?

LogoFederal prosecutor Matthew T. Kirsch prosecuted and convicted six information technology executives of the IRP Solutions Corporation on allegations that they were involved in a two-and-a-half-year scheme to induce staffing companies into paying employees they outsourced to IRP. IRP Solutions developed CILC (pronounced "silk") criminal investigations software, and according to court documents, the Department of Homeland Security requested and received a quote for over $100 million dollars for CILC. "Although the primary charge was that the defendants misrepresented their success and prospects to certain staffing companies, the case was presented to the jury on the basis that their software was a phony and a scam," says former federal appeals Judge H. Lee Sarokin, and that "defies reality." Sarokin characterizes the case as "strange" and questions why Kirsch disregarded numerous facts that indicate the executives could not possibly have been involved in criminal activity. One of which was why the IRP executives, in the middle of a criminal scheme as alleged by Kirsch, contacted the head of the Denver division of the FBI to recruit federal agents to come work for their company. "Criminals avoid law enforcement at all costs, not recruit them to come work for them," says Lisa Stewart of A Just Cause.

Support the Blue Now Launches Funding Campaign with a Mission to Restore the Respect to Police Officers

LogoDuring the National Law Enforcement week and the weeks following, Support the Blue Now plans to offer a tangible opportunity for all Americans to show their support for the police officers in their communities and across the country. By donating to this campaign, the backers will provide the support required to fight the strong negative perception police officers are experiencing so heavily today.