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The US Department of Justice Asks for Information On DC Corruption Like That Behind the Case of Ariana-Leilani

What Mayor Gray and his administration do not understand is that the more the protective parent raises concerns, the more barriers are placed in-between her and her children. Case-in-point: the ongoing case of Dr. Ariel King and her daughter, Ariana-Leilani (see attached the You Tube video for an update).

Like too many other children, Ariana-Leilani’s life has turned into a race – will justice prevail and Ariana-Leilani get the medical treatment she so desperately needs or will she end up paying the ultimate price for corruption?Sound outrageous and unbelievable?

If you were in the survivor’s shoes, what would you do? Explain all this to authorities? What happens when the authorities ARE the problem? When survivors turn to local remedies, they’re listened to UNTIL the offender’s names are revealed: Judge X, Custody Evaluator Y, Attorney Z. When the issues and concerns of the victim-survivors are ignored, marginalized or buried and business goes on as usual – or perhaps with a retaliatory spin – that’s called CORRUPTION and last I knew, corruption was a CRIME. (Last I knew too, a crime is a crime no matterwho commits it!) and THIS is what the US Department of Justice (DOJ) wants to hear about.

If you or someone you know has been affected by this family court crisis or experienced systemic corruption in a family court-related case — particularly in the District of Columbia — please check out the instructions for submitting a complaint to the DOJ here:


There’s a January 15, 2014 deadline!


Tragic and Unnecessary…For Trayvon Martin, and for Ariana-Leilani

ariana-leilaniAttorney General Eric Holder on Monday called the death of black teenager Trayvon Martin “tragic” and “unnecessary,” but gave no hints whether the Justice Department will bring civil rights or hate crimes charges against shooter George Zimmerman in the wake of his acquittal on state murder charges Saturday.

We can prevent the tragic and  unnecessary death of black 10 year old Ariana-Leilani, living in Washington DC and suffering from untreated Severe Chronic Neutropenia (a highly compromised immune system).      Shouldn’t the USA, Mayor Gray’s DC Government, Medstar Health, and Ariana-Leilani’s father Michael Pfeiffer, do the right thing here?  Or are we doomed to repeat past mistakes and fail to protect this child, too?