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Rally for USA

April 19, 2007 permalink

A rally aiming to protect families from courts will take place in Washington DC on August 18. The prime organizer is Minister Ronald E Smith, whose son has a cancer that is a side-effect of his forced treatment for ADHD.



American Family Rights Association

Sacramento -Fair Oaks, California

William O. Tower, President

4934 San Juan Ave #50
Fair Oaks, California 95628
(916) 342-1700
(916) 966-8578

Promoting the Fundamental Liberty Rights & Privileges of Families

All right everybody the RALLY is on and the Date to set your plans on is August 18th 2007. This rally will start at 9:00 a.m. est. and be on going all day. So pack a lunch bring water to drink and join us to get the word to Congress that we are not satisfied with the way that the Health and Human services Department and the Family Courts are running the system that was supposed to protect children and Families “all involved in the family”. The Courts were supposed to be the safety net and they have failed the PEOPLE.

Bring your story done in 20 (twenty) pages or less and take it to one of the tents to register in and get it on the Official Record with Congress. Also review the web site for updates. There will also be a format for your story to be put into posted on that website.

We have many Great organizations from all across the United States getting together for this event. And also have planned to have Officials there to talk to the People (us). We need a great show of support on this event and I am sure that all that can attend will be there. This is the next big CIVIL RIGHTS MOVEMENT so get on board and help out, show your support and do your part after all it is really for the children (yours and your grandchildren) so as Larry the cable guy says “GIT IT DONE” we will see you all there.

Bill Tower
President AFRA

Source: email from AFRA