To: Attorney Benjamin Crump And Others That Fight For Justice
Dr. King said, “Injustice anywhere is a threat to justice everywhere.”
What does North Carolina’s U.S. Marine Core Base Camp Lejeune, the City of Jackson Mississippi and the City of Flint, Michigan, have in common? The answer is that Americans in each area were exposed to contaminated water also. Parents, children, families, patients in the hospital, and workers in their place of employment were, daily, exposed to toxic water contamination.
The Camp Lejeune Justice Act enables Veterans, family members, and workers harmed by Camp Lejeune water contamination to seek damages by filing claims. Citizens and workers in the City of Jackson, Mississippi, and the City of Flint, Michigan, were victimized by their respective states. They were exposed to contaminated water and must be able to file claims for damages to their health. Justice belongs to all human beings. We all have a responsibility to take a stand when we witness injustice. Please join me in demanding justice for Jackson, Mississippi, and the City of Flint, Michigan. What Says You: Please Comment on this statement.