J. Arpaio: Call to Justice for Emotional and Psychological CHILD ABUSE



TODAY at the Federal Court in Phoenix, Judge Bolton will receive the Amicus Curiae briefs that argue against the granting of a presidential pardon for ex-sheriff J. Arpaio, who during his time in office made a practice of giving presentations at public schools in blatant violation not only the Right to Public Education under the SCOTUS Plyer v. Doe decision, more importantly as a premeditated act of emotional and psychological child abuse committed against the children of those schools whose families were simultaneously being persecuted by Arpaio and his raids, discriminatory policing practices declared illegal by Judge Snow in the Melendres decision, but still in operation under the Twisted, Obstinant, Ugly, Grandstanding, Hateful Sheriff Arpaio.

These criminal acts resulted in the CRIMINAL CONTEMPT CONVICTION of Arpaio by Judge Bolton this year, yet the US Department of Justice has NEVER brought a prosecution of CHILD ABUSE against Arpaio for his actions operating under the "color of law".



TODAY, the Human Rights Commission of the Comités de Defensa del Barrio will once again serve J. Apaio with the ORDER of PROTECTION issued by the All Peoples Tribunal on October 12, 2016, and in consequence to the events of today in Judge Bolton's court, call for a subsequent TRIBUNAL del PUEBLO, to bring forward these charges against Arpaio within the venue of the Rule of Law established by the United Nations Declaration of Human Rights, the UN Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples, and the POHUALLATOAYAN ABYA YALA Declaration of Rights, September 16, 2017.

TODAY.




Los Comités de Defensa del Barrio

Human Rights Commission

TONATIERRA

Tribunal del Pueblo

All Peoples Tribunal

Order of Protection Against J. Arpaio

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Arpaio Presidential Pardon: Treaty Violation

The Rights of Indigenous Peoples in Ceded Territories: The Rule of Law v. the Law of the Rulers

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COMMUNITY INDICTMENT AGAINST MARICOPA COUNTY SHERIFF J. ARPAIO (Et Al)



FOR VIOLATION OF CIVIL AND HUMAN RIGHTS OF CITIZENS AND NON-CITIZENS PROTECTED BY THEUS CONSTITUTION, THE UNITED NATIONS

UNIVERSAL DECLARATION OF HUMAN RIGHTS

AND THE
UN DECLARATION ON THE RIGHTS OF INDIGENOUS PEOPLES

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POHUALLATOAYAN
ABYA YALA
September 16, 2017
Los Comités de Defensa del Barrio
Declaration of Rights

Indigenous Rights

We demand, in the most attentive and respectful manner, for all local, state and federal authorities to respect our right as Migrant Workers of Indigenous Peoples with Families, in accordance with the United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples adopted September 13, 2017 and Convention 169 of the International Labor Organization (1989), in full assurance of our inherent and collective right to exercise the Right of Self-Determination on an equal basis with all other peoples of the world.

"Indigenous peoples have the right to self-determination. By virtue of that right they freely determine their political status and freely pursue their economic, social and cultural development. "
United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples, Article 3

Human rights

We invoke and defend the principles of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights(1948), with emphasis on article 23:

(1) Everyone has the right to work, to free choice of employment, to just and favorable conditions of work and to protection against unemployment.

Civil rights

We invoke the principles of equality and non-discriminationas necessary criteria for any legal system of any state, and we demand equal protection within the framework of the 14th Amendment of the Constitution of the United States, in all legal processes before all officials or agents of government, whether local, state, or national without prejudice and without discrimination against our Nationality as Original Nations of Indigenous Peoplesof Mother Earth.
Territorial Integrity of Mother Earth
As Original Nations of Indigenous Peoples of Mother Earth, we are responsible for the well-being of our territories and the natural environment in all dimensions and times. We are people of time immemorial, both in memory to the past and vision of the future. As Original Nationsof Mother Earth, we have the Responsibility and Right to intervene in defense of our territories and promote a long-term solution to the looting and pollution of the environment that has produced the current global climate crisis that we all live, indigenous and non-indigenous alike.

In compliance with this Mandate of the Indigenous Peoples to be guardians of the Territorial Integrity of Mother Earth, we invoke the Cochabamba Protocolsarticulated at the World Conference on Climate Change and the Rights of Mother Earth (2010):
Respect
Inclusivity
Complementarity
Self Determination

Macehualli Movement

We call upon all our relatives through the winds, waters, earth and consciousness of humanity, generation by generation, to forge the respectful geo-political alliances necessary to realize the Decolonization of Mother Earth.

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