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Striving for Every State to be Unified under our United States Constitution for Equal Justice

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Goal:  To pass the proposed U.S. Constitutional Amendment, (H.J. Res. 40) giving victims of crime rights in our U.S. Constitution.  Currently in our U.S. Constitution, an accused criminal has 23 rights and the victim of crime has not a single right in that great document.

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113th Congress
2013 House Judiciary Resolution: H.J. Res. 40


Original Sponsors & Co-Sponsors

 (U.S. House of Representatives)

Rep. Trent Franks (R-AZ)  & Rep. Jim Costa (D-CA)

& Rep. Ed Royce (R-CA)

Rep. Kerry L. Bentivolio (MI) 4/23/2013

Rep. Ken Calvert (CA) 4/26/2013

Rep. Steve Chabot (OH) 4/23/2013

Rep. Kevin Cramer (ND) 4/23/2013

Rep. John Fleming (LA) 4/23/2013

Rep. Paul  A. Gosar (AZ) 4/23/2013

Rep. Walter B. Jones, Jr. (NC) 4/23/2013

Rep. Alan S. Lowenthal (CA) 6/3/2013

Rep. Mark Meadows (NC) 4/23/2013

Rep. Alan Nunnelee (MS) 4/23/2013
Rep. C.A. Dutch Ruppersberger (MD) 7/31/2013

Rep. Matt Salmon (AZ) 4/23/2013

Rep. David Schweikert (AZ) 4/23/2013

Rep. Eric Swalwell (CA) 7/11/2013

Rep. Ken Yoder (KS) 4/23/2013


Let's stand together and become the dedicated, courageous and honorable voice for millions of victims and to help protect Americans.  It is way past time to MOVE forward for improved JUSTICE.
 As murdered auto racing legend Mickey Thompson would say, "Stand on the gas, let's get to that finish line because this is a race that must be won In Memory of Victims Everywhere and for those who are yet to suffer the pain of a criminal.  Let's MOVE!"


FORCE 100 invites every crime victim, victim's organization, victim advocate and every citizen who has been fortunate and has not yet become a victim of crime, to join us again!  Victims sadly have experienced and know better than anyone else the dire need for this Constitutional Amendment to improve our justice system across our Nation.  Let's stand together and be the voice for the thousands of victims who no longer can be heard.


It is important that all caring Americans make every effort to make certain that the people of our Nation are safe.  You may step forward and help by contacting your U.S. House of Representative (Congressperson).  Ask them to endorse and support H.J. Res. 40 to give crime victims rights in our U.S. Constitution. If you are uncertain as to who your U.S. Representative is, check the website:   

as it lists Representatives by  state and their district.


For further information on the preliminary hearing on
 H.J. Res 40  - April  23, 2013, see



One of many endorsements for H.J. Res. 40:

National District Attorneys Association


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Senate Joint Resolution 1

(U. S. Senate)
Sen. Jon Kyl, R-AZ             Sen. Dianne Feinstein, D-CA

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House Joint Resolution 48

For Members of Congress in the U. S. House of Representatives
Sponsor: Rep. Steve Chabot, R-OH

Previously endorsed by:

The Honorable George W. Bush,  President of the United States
The Honorable John Ashcroft, Attorney General of the United States
Harvard University Law School, Professor Lawrence Tribe
43 State Attorneys General
National Parents of Murdered Children (POMC)
Mothers Against Drunk Driving (MADD)
Memory of Victims Everywhere (MOVE)
National Organization for Victim Assistance (NOVA)
The International Association of Chiefs of Police
The National Troopers’ Coalition
International Union of Police Associations AFL-CIO
Federal Law Enforcement Officers Association
California District Attorneys Association
Plus, many, many more groups and individuals

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National Force 100 Chair:  Collene (Thompson) Campbell
Chief Counsel:  Steve Twist
Victim Coordinator:  Carol Day
Victim Co-Chairs: Every State in the Nation

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