The Insite did a post a week ago exposing the ugly practice of some alleged community activists charging members of the community for press conferences. In other words, groups and individuals have been out there telling victims of certain crimes or incidents for a price they can get members of the news media to cover their issue. Last week we showed you documentation. This week we’re hearing from one group that says they’re not a part of the practice. Below is a relief from the Ministry of Justice!
“The Millions More Movement Ministry of Justice is a focus ministry that seeks to look at the conflicts in our community and present solutions that represent the universal principle of justice, equity and fairness. (bold this statement please)”
“MOJ at no time will or ever has charged anyone we have served to pay the organization to hold a press conference. The MOJ is requesting that all individuals who have been victimized by such actions come forward so that we may be able to assist them in their time of need to help make them whole as it concerns payment for holding press conferences.”
“The Ministry of Justice-Houston (the “MOJ-H”) is the central institution in the Houston, Texas executive branch of Million More Movement for upholding the rule of law. It is responsible for much of the Million More Movement’s judicial affairs and often serves as a primary link between the people and the different social, legal and governmental agencies in the state of Texas and the Untied States. The MOJ-H functions in a number of areas, including the establishment of independent judicial systems; policy and legislative formulation; regulation of the judicial, penal, juvenile and children protective service agencies; performance-monitoring of the local law enforcement departments; supervision and coordination of self policing programs, as well as in delivering legal services and support to the other ministries and the public at large. The MOJ-H mission is to make sure that justice is applied equally to all regardless of creed class or color.”
Ministry of Justice Hotline 832-253-1111