Americans for Supreme Court Safety and Integrity

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{{#badges:stub}} Americans for Supreme Court Safety and Integrity (ASCSI) is a Sacramento-based American judicial corruption watchdog group that is urging the U.S. House Committee on Oversight and Government Reform to review the safety and integrity of the U.S. Supreme Court following its ruling in Citizens United v. The Federal Election Commission (No 08-205).

Members of ASCSI request that the Committee review procedures for oversight into reasonable avenues of unlawful coercion of Supreme Court justices and current protective service detail, and protocols used to safeguard Supreme Court judges and their extended family. The group also recommends that 1) Congress enact constitutionally viable laws that limit spending on U.S. elections by domestic collectives, and 2) eliminate spending on U.S. elections by international or multinational collectives, or by concerns partly or wholly owned by foreign governments.[1][2]

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Contact

Contact: Remington Dahl at Email: dahl.ascsi@yahoo.com
or
Alicia Pulley, Media Coordinator, at pulley.ascsi@yahoo.com
Phone: 805.458.4002 Americans for Supreme Court Safety and Integrity
3427 Evergreen Circle, Unit 16
West Sacramento, CA 95691-2935

References

  1. Americans for Supreme Court Safety and Integrity ASCSI Facebook page, accessed April 27, 2010
  2. Americans for Supreme Court Safety and Integrity, Press Release received April 27, 2010 (see talk page)