I didn’t know we had a Queer Justice league, wow how cool that we do!  I’ll be real curious to see how this turns out considering the building management doesn’t  really have a problem throwing folks off their property and threatening to arrest them, even if they have a appointment.

QUEER JUSTICE LEAGUE DENOUNCES INACTION BY SENATOR SAXBY CHAMBLISS

ATLANTA, GA – The Queer Justice League of Atlanta has called on Senator Saxby Chambliss to immediately respond to allegations that a member of his staff posted a defamatory remark on a popular LGBT-oriented blog.

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Members of the Queer Justice League have called on the Senator to respond. Art Izzard, also with the organization stated: “We want an official, contrite apology for Senator Chambliss, to the LGBT community and to all Georgians. We also want Senator Chambliss to commit to engaging his employees in sensitivity training, to equip them to better handle the concerns of his constituents.”

The group has requested an in-person meeting with Senator Chambliss on Wednesday, September 29, 2010 at 4:00pm to respond to their requests. They invite members of the LGBT community and their allies to join them in front of the Senator’s Atlanta offices, located at 100 Galleria Parkway, Atlanta, GA 30339. A press conference will follow.

 

4 Responses to The Queer Justice League is coming for you, Saxby

  1. Anna Beck says:

    Rock on that’s awesome!

  2. nrallen says:

    i prefer bob loblaw and his law blog

  3. Jules says:

    @The Ed, well you can ask Jane Kidd about that, we tried to deliver petitions to Isaksons office and they basically threw us off the property.

  4. The Ed says:

    “building management doesn’t really have a problem throwing folks off their property and threatening to arrest them, even if they have a appointment.”

    Can they legally do this if someone has an appointment? I mean I could understand holding the tenants accountable but guests? Really?

    PS: They should call Barry Zuckerkorn before heading out, he can help them should trouble arise.