Author of Security
Breach: The Murder Of Tod McQuaid Requests
Support for a
Equal justice for victims is perceived by many to require an amendment to
the US Constitution. The McQuaids’ concept simply modifies the tabled
1996-2004 Victims’ Rights Amendment to accept the rights through Federal statutes
and state constitution or state statutes with the proposed new amendment assuring "victims" that they are
included as an entity so that they are treated with the respect offered by
the US Constitution.
Our Victimhood-Amendment-Petition and author's Book Review Bio and Activities-Victimhood handouts are available to be downloaded and saved in Adobe Acrobat format (.pdf) for your volunteering use. (See Links for more downloads.)
Writing to Congress: Its up to you to Champion Victims by writing to the rule makers.
The West Virginia State’s Prosecuting Attorney from Greenbrier County delivered a second
Victimhood to the McQuaids in 2004. The Governor’s Office, the Attorney General’s
Office, the Lawyer Disciplinary Council and others did not rectify the
inequities from this West Virginia Prosecuting Attorney office’s errors and omissions.