Tim McEnany’s Facebook Page

timI’d like to take this opportunity to as everyone who reads this blog to help us by doing three things:

  1. Comment on each of the posts, so that we raise the “Edge Rank” (the algorithm Facebook uses to determine what is and is not interesting and relevant). This will allow us to reach a greater number of people with Tim’s story, without spending money on advertising.
  2. Submit a friend request to Tim’s facebook profile, then click LIKE on his facebook page. (These are two separate steps, and two separate, but equally important parts of the project.)
  3. Consider asking your friends to visit this blog and help us create a grassroots advocacy movement to get Tim’s story heard.
  4. Post links to this blog and Tim’s story on any and all police corruption and unfair trial groups on Facebook, Google+ and Twitter.
  5. Join the group “Wrongly Convicted” on facebook (https://www.facebook.com/groups/SayWhatYouLike/?ref=bookmarks) and then post a comment here to let us know when you’ve done so, in order to help us get Tim’s proposal listed as a Featured Case on their website. The Wrongly Convicted project is doing wonderful work on behalf of so many who have been wrongfully accused and convicted.

Together, we can help this effort take on “wings” so that the right people begin to learn about what happened to Tim, and the gross miscarriage of justice (and horrific police corruption) involved in Tim’s case.

The public is beginning to become more aware of police brutality and corruption now, and in the wake of the Baltimore Uprising, people are starting to realise that we must stand together, and push for social justice, or we will surely all hang together, when the police state mentality wins.

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About Fr. Francis-Maria Salvato, OFM

Fr. Francis-Maria Salvato is a Franciscan priest and retired archbishop of the North American Old Catholic Communion. A former canon lawyer, he has dedicated his spare time to the research and furtherance of the efforts to free those unjustly convicted for crimes they did not commit.
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