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Thursday, May 18, 2006 

National Call-in Day for Martin Lee Anderson

I have posted twice on this blog about the murder of Martin Lee Anderson at the hands of white-supremacist cops. Student in Florida have designated today as a national call in day demanding justice for the boy, his family and the pigs that killed him. It only takes five minutes.

JUSTICE DELAYED IS JUSTICE DENIED! HELP ENSURE THAT JUSTICE IS DONE!

TAKE FIVE MINUTES AND BE APART OF THE NATIONAL CALL IN DAY FOR JUSTICE FOR MARTIN LEE ANDERSON!

It has been 131 days since the death of Martin Lee Anderson (below you'll find a timeline of events surrounding the case), the young boy brutally beaten to death in a Florida boot camp, and still no arrests have been made. There have been slow steps toward justice, but not without the citizens of Florida biting at the heels of our government to take action.

Florida Governor Jeb Bush has sent a letter to Bay County Sheriff Frank McKeithen requesting that former Bay County boot camp supervisor Captain Mike Thompson, who is still employed by Mckeithen's office, be dismissed for his knowledge and approval of the use of ammonia within the Bay county boot camp, which would eventually result in the death Martin Lee Anderson. McKeithen refused! The time has come again to take action. We firmly believe that any and every individual involved in the brutal death of young Martin Anderson should be held accountable. This is only one of the first steps to be taken since the release of the final autopsy findings, and already there is resistance.

Do not sit idly by and allow the injustice to continue. On May 18th 2006, The Student Coalition for Justice will be having a national call-in day! Take this opportunity to express to Sheriff McKeithen your concern for his refusal to act upon the governor's request! This is one small step to show that the citizens of this country are still watching and we will not be complacent! We must do everything we can to ensure that these individuals are not afforded the opportunity to do this to another child.

Please Call and Ask for Sheriff Frank McKeithan at: 850-747-7500
Bay County Sheriffs office - (850) 747-4700

Suggested script:
Hello,
My name is (Insert Name Here) and I am a student at (Insert School Here). I am greatly concern about your refusal to dismiss, former Bay County Boot camp supervisor Captain Mike Thompson, at the Governors request. Captain Thompson lied about the events surrounding the death of Martin Lee Anderson and authorized the use of ammonia tablets in the boot camp that ultimately led to the death of the young boy. Please heed the Governors recommendation, and dismiss Captain Mike Thompson.

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