Gary Brown Must Resign or Be Fired

Brown’s Actions Placed Human Life and Detroit Credibility at Risk Detroit, Michigan        On Wednesday, September 11, the anniversary of a horrible event in American history, City of Detroit Chief Compliance Officer Gary Brown, appointee for Detroit Emergency Manager Kevyn Orr, shut power down to much of the city’s public buildings to send …

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The Emergency Manager Lacks The Authority To Order Probe Of City Pension Funds

On June 20th, Kevyn Orr issues Order No 8, which attempts to order the city of Detroit auditor General and Inspector General to investigate the city pension funds for potential fraud, waste, corruption and abuse. These accusations come at the behest of Kevyn Orr, without mention of or proof of any reasonableness that these allegations …

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Council Member Gary Brown May Be Poised To Violate Charter But Probably Has Already Violated City Ethics

Council Member Gary Brown is reported to be in negotiations to accept employment with Kevyn Orr, the Emergency Manager over Detroit. Orr was appointed to replace the duties and responsibilities of the elected mayor and city council under state law, Public Act 436. The media has reported since last week that Brown is intended to …

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City Council – Reject the unfunded proposal, the lease of Belle Isle

The proposed contract or lease that is again being scheduled for a vote by city council is bad for Detroit. This is the mayor’s office and the city recreation department stating that they don’t have the competence to care for city parks.   What’s being proposed in the lease? The city will pay the state …

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If Snyder and Schuette violate the law, Should they be impeached?

 08/12/2012  Where as Public Act 4, The Emergency Manager Law has been suspended due to a citizen led petition drive seeking to have the voters over turn this law. Where as Public Act 72 was repealed per the laws of the state of Michigan with immediate effect in the month of March of 2011 when …

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Emergency Managers – GONE!

Michigan August 8, 2012 Michigan Public Act 4 (PA4), the unconstitutional dictator government law is officially suspended. A successful petition drive has placed a vote on the November ballot.  The governor, treasurer, state school board and others across the state seek ignore Michigan law to advance their own personal agendas. Michigan law, (MCL) 8.4 states 8.4 Effect …

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City Council Prepared to Vote and Violate Our City Charter

Consequences: Ethics Violations, Forfeiture of Office, and Jail? There are reports that the Detroit City Council is expected to vote on a proposed DRAFT consent agreement on Monday, April 2nd. What is not reported, or discussed is that any vote is premature. A vote will violate the city charter. The city charter outlines the role …

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Did Jenice Mitchell Ford, abuse her elected office?

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Contact Hood Research Contact Person Henry Teutsch 313.931.2700, contact@hoodresearch.org www.HoodResearch.org/pressrelease http://www.facebook.com/HoodResearch November 8, 2011   Did Jenice Mitchell Ford, abuse her elected office, misuse government property and violate the code of ethics?   On Friday, October 28, 2011 Ford sent an email to a Hood Research volunteer. This email directly asks for …

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Why did Democrats Vote in Favor of Immediate Effect for Emergency Manager Laws?

Democratic Caucus Chair, Jimmy Womack, does not vote – Dodges Responsibility! Michigan   On February 23, the House of Representatives began voting on House Bill 4214 which would later become Public Act 4 of 2011. Republicans hold 63 seats out of 110. Democrats have the other 47 seats. The bill passed on a roll call …

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Is the Projected Budget Deficit a Manipulated Crisis to Control the City? 2 of 2

Questions Regarding the Budget, Part 2b Detroit, Michigan   The city of Detroit has projected a deficit in the budget for the upcoming fiscal year. The recommendations by Mayor Bing and endorsed by council members Pugh and Brown, and not challenged by others, are drastic measures and continues a transfer of wealth by those who …

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