Detective Howard Comen A Vehicle For Change In The Justice System Joined Dave and Bill Today on The #CHWR Live Show…
Detective Howard Comen has conducted rank and file divorce, missing person and criminal defense as well as high profile investigations of public corruption. In 1989, Comen began the investigation of the disappearance of missing bridge inspector Ralph Terry Griggs. In the mid ’90s Comen got involved in the investigation of the death of Vince Foster, former White House Counsel and close friend of the Clinton’s. Comen recently has been involved in the investigation of the character F Scott Fitzgerald based the Great Gatsby on.
Comen Investigations have been featured by Gerlado Rivera, Bill O-Reilly, The New York Times. The London Sunday Mail, The Toronto Globe and Mail, The Washington Post, Newsday, the Pittsburgh Tribune, The Miami Herald, The Buffalo News, CNN, MSNBC, and many other media.
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What a fantastic show today with Howie… he shared so many great ideas and solutions for us as individuals, and as Americans as well (YOU) can make a difference by joining the good fight in your local community!!!
Here is a quick list of places you can go to start this process, Dave and I will be supporting these links and Howard Comen and his group on our website, so you can find more information as well by just clicking this link to begin your search…
see his recent Press Release below…
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Low Country Justice Commission
A group of concerned low country citizens formed a Commission to investigate and develop a vehicle for change in the Justice System that currently exists in the Low Country and the State of South Carolina. All citizens participated in this exploratory meeting as private citizens and not as officials of any organizations they might represent or belong to.
In attendance were Judge Robert Leeper, Mrs. Leeper, Robert Leeper Jr., Brenda Smalls, Rev Ed McClain of the Interdenominational Ministerial Alliance Home , Former Highway Commissioner Margaret Rush, Dot Scott and Ed Bryant of the NAACP , and Howard Comen. Dr Helen Frazier, Attorney John Jackson, and Jim French of the Charleston Chronicle were unable to attend. Several other people were suggested to be invited to join our commission.
The Comen Detective Agency uncovered a number of improprieties while re-investigating the murder convictions of two men convicted in 1992 and 1995 respectively. He wanted to find a vehicle to determine if these improprieties on these two cases are the exception to the rule or, in fact, are the rule.
The improprieties involved police, the courtroom, and attorney improprieties that, he has concluded, violate the Fourteenth and Fifth Amendments of the constitution that clearly state that “no State can deprive particular persons or classes of persons of equal and impartial justice under the law.” Further, the Due Process Law prohibits state and local governments from depriving persons of life, liberty, or property without certain steps being taken to ensure fairness.”
The group decided to form a Commission to look into these and similar matters, take action to expose these improprieties, and demand action.
One suggested course of action was to develop SLED licensed investigations of these improprieties throughout the State of South Carolina by interviewing the families of those incarcerated who claim innocence and the inmates and to interview and take statements from witnesses that can support the inmate claims of innocence. The dossier on abuse of the judicial system could be formally presented to legislative delegations of the jurisdictions these abuses have taken place.
Comen has offered to give lectures on Judicial Impropriety and ask for donations to foster the commission’s work.
It was suggested that the commission begin small, associate with like minded individuals from such organizations as the NAACP, the ACLU, and the National Newspaper Publishers Association. The January meeting is 19th.