hazing." It could be an attempt to REDIRECT our attentions, we must
keep our eyes on the ball -- JUSTICE.
be effective in stopping bullying/hazing. The guilty must be punished
justly. After that good training may have an impact.
Congressional Delegates to find a way to get the "guilty" ones off easy.
Human nature. Don't blame the friends and relatives of those EIGHT.
RE-DIRECTION of our attention such as emphasizing "training
programs" could be one way.
officials and organizations might even have unknowingly helped
along the REDIRECTION game.
Honda joined NY Senator Gillibrand and Congresswoman Velazquez to
send a letter to Army Sec. McHugh. The letter asked detailed questions
about the "TRAINING PROGRAMS" WITHOUT emphasizing "JUSTICE FOR
DANNY CHEN FIRST." This is likely done with the best intentions. However,
the letter is less than thoughtful. Is a training program our focus
who went through a pretrial investigative hearing was "recommended
to be dropped."
importance of justice for Danny.
Congresswoman Judy Chu urging them to take a stand for
not pursue involuntary manslaughter charges, and the discussion over
the location of any future courts martial have sparked frustration among
many in the Asian Am. community, which I take very seriously." See his
letter at the end of this email. Thank you, Senator Chris Coons!
Caucus issued a press release "expressing outrage against the
Caucus to express their outrage to Army Sec. McHugh! None of her 2 letters
to Sec. McHugh regarding Danny Chen has stressed "Justice First." We'll
deeply appreciate your doing it.
if the "guilty" will be let off easy!
Announcement and Acknowledgments
accept an award:
Francis W. Chow, Matawan, NJ: $1,000 to 80-20 PAC
George W. Lee, Montville, NJ: $1,000 to 80-20 PAC, and
Ping S. Chun, Santa Barbara, CA: $1,000 to 80-20 Edu'l Foundation