A new petition for expungement of charges against former Secret Service Agent Abraham Bolden has been created on Change.org because the original petition disappeared from petitionspot.com after collecting over 1,000 signatures. Please sign the new petition whether you signed before or not. He deserves at least this amount of justice after years of mistreatment for telling the truth.
Expungement For A Conviction Of Mr. Bolden For A Crime He Did Not Commit
I became interested in Abraham’s plight after reading his terrific autobiography, The Echo From Dealey Plaza. It disturbed me greatly the injustice and racism that Abraham endured for what is now known as “Whistle Blowing” and is fully protected by the government when someone uncovers fraud and deceitful conduct of businesses doing work for the government, or when someone reports misconduct and sexist and racist conduct by superiors. There was no internet in the mid 1960′s and as Abraham was falsely charged by his superiors for counterfeiting and passing classified information to the very people he was investigating. I have known and spoken frequently and exchanged emails with Abraham for many months. He is the most honest and spiritual man I know. He has vowed to never accept a pardon from the government because to do so is an acknowledgement of wrong doing and Abraham refuses to admit to something he never did. I would like to obtain one million signatures to present to President Obama. We want no money, just Abraham’s record cleared. We had almost 1000 signatures on Petitionspot.com, and the site suddenly became hidden and inaccessible. Abraham is almost 78, and though he is still as sharp as a 30 year old, he is not in good physical condition. I would hate for the government to finally admit their mistake after it is too late. I created a website with articles and videos of Abraham at: www.abrahambolden-petition-presidentialpardon.com. I am going to change the title to expungement, and insert change.org instead of petitionspot.com.
Please consider signing it in support of former Secret Service Agent Abraham Bolden who threatened to expose the Chicago plot to kill President Kennedy in 1963.