Sandra A. Bland Hall of Offenders

Dedicated to the memory of our beloved soldier in the struggle for justice, Sandra Annette Bland

In the interest of public safety we have decided to keep the public informed about these legal 'professionals' that we believe have abused their power and authority to the detriment of the African American community. We will update the public on the whereabouts and actions of these dangerous individuals so that they can be aware of any potential threat these individuals may pose. They will no longer be permitted to transfer, move or otherwise fade into obscurity while we mourn the loss of our loved ones. Please use the contact page to submit updated information on anyone you see displayed. Once it is verified it will be added to the individuals file for all to see. If there are any reporters or investigators that wish to help us in our endeavor please contact us.


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Corey Amundson
Acting United States Attorney for the Middle District of Louisiana that chose not to charge anyone in the murder of Alton Sterling.
Anita Alvarez
Cook County State’s Attorney Anita Alvarez has declined to file charges against Chicago police officers involved in the fatal shootings of at least 68 people in the last seven years and there is no documentation to explain these decisions, a Daily Beast review of public records has found.
Matthew Destry
Judge Matthew Destry is the Florida Judge that gave Herbert Smith 60 years in prison for driving on a suspended license.

Judge Destry is over the Clerk of Courts. Apparently, he has a long history of giving black people maximum sentences and now the family is calling for his removal and a change in sentence.
Ernest Goldsmith
Judge Ernest Goldsmith ruled that the San Francisco Police Department waited too long to discipline the seven officers accused of exchanging racist and homophobic text messages with former Sgt. Ian Furminger. He was convicted in federal court of public corruption late last year.
Mark Hulsey III
Hulsey, 66, was accused of saying that blacks should "get back on a ship and go back to Africa" and referring to women staff attorneys as being "like cheerleaders who talk during the national anthem." The 4th Judicial Circuit judge was also accused of referring to a female staff lawyer as a "bitch" and a "c---," after she complained to the chief judge that Hulsey was overusing staff attorneys.
William H. Leary III
Leary, the judge presiding over the trial of officer Jeronimo Yanez wrote a letter to jurors who acquitted him in the fatal shooting of Philando Castile, saying he supports them despite widespread public criticism based on what he called “a failure to understand what you were asked to do.”
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