The Pledge of AllegianceI pledge allegiance to the Flag of the United States of America, and to the Republic for which it stands, one Nation under God, indivisible, with liberty and justice for all
The Georgia Supreme Court ruled (7-1) on the DeKalb 60 percent pay raise case on Friday, March 13, 2020,
Recent Trial Court Hearing DeKalb Superior Court - April 14, 2021
Williams v. DeKalb County et al., 18CV8645
Senior Judge Alford Dempsey Presiding
Public Interest Notice - Court hearing in the case of
Williams v. MARTA et al., October 22, 2020, at 9:30 am
Access hearing via Zoom:
Judge Shukura Millender’s live-stream page.
The History of the US Pledge
The Flag is a symbol of the Republic for which the Constitution Stands
(Use Your Rights or You Will Lose Them)
It is the collective and individual legal right of all citizens in the state of Georgia to expect that every article and provision of the Georgia Constitution is equally supported and protected for all its citizens by those who hold an office of trust and who take an oath. Any law that is inconsistent with the provisions should be declared void by the judiciary. It is the right of all citizens to hold their government accountable within the provisions of the Constitution through a petition, and the use of the courts.
Those who are elected and appointed to serve in the public interest shall support and protect the Constitution. It is the right of all citizens to expect equal protection under the law. All constitutional powers, authorities and individual rights should have the equal force of law to protect liberty, general welfare and ensure justice. Any violation of a constitutional provision is a violation of the fundamental principle of consent of the governed as ratified by the Georgia Constitution of 1983. All citizens should have the right to petition their government for redress of their grievance without any fear of intimidation, penalty, retribution or debt. The US Constitution protects its citizen’s rights to petition and redress their government and that no state should immune itself from the redress of its citizens and due process.
The government is not above the law and its powers are not without end, The government and its officials should be held accountable for their actions, and they should not be able to hide behind the claim of immunity for actions that are beyond their powers, authority and duties. - Ed Williams
History should not exclude the reality that others existed and their roles
Letter to MARTA Board October 8, 2020 Failure of Leadership and Oversight
Change or Remove Stone Mountain Confederate Carving