DENVER, Dec. 7, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- Following recent acts of terrorism in France and Mali, A Just Cause (AJC) is insisting on action from government officials to ensure the U.S. remains safe. A Just Cause is bringing awareness to the injustice against six men, known as the IRP6, whose Case Investigative Life Cycle (CILC©) software could be a lynchpin in tracking terrorists, terror cells, and linking global intelligence from multiple agencies in a common software platform.
"This is an urgent matter of national security. The United States of America, needs to act fast. There is a credible threat of terrorism on U.S. soil," says Lamont Banks of A Just Cause.
There are questions that face our nation: Was locking up six innocent executives that dreamed of keeping America safe worth putting our nation at risk? Why did Judge Arguello compel one of the IRP6 to testify against his will? Why is the transcript to substantiate the 5th Amendment violation missing and never made available as public record? Why was Speedy Trial Act violated? Why did the 10th Circuit Court of Appeals uphold blatant violations?
Why would Judge Arguello not allow intent to be considered by the jury? Even after the defense offered to define the meaning of intent? Congressman Sensenbrenner, who led the over criminalization task force, was clear on the importance of presenting intent in criminal cases. Congressman Conyers pending legislation require that prosecutors be held to a higher standard, to show intent, before going to trial.
Assistant US Attorney Matthew Kirsch fought to keep the fact that there were pending contracts to be signed with Philadelphia Inspector General Office and ongoing negotiations with NYPD.
The Honorable H. Lee Sarokin, retired Federal Appellate judge, looked into the IRP6 case. Upon looking into case, his conclusion was that a huge miscarriage of justice had taken place.
"The fact remains, the IRP6 have a product that can help this nation fight against terrorism," exclaims Banks.
IRP Solutions provided a $100M quote for a single module to DHS in support of the Consolidated Enforcement Environment Initiative.
In a principal brief, Assistant U.S. Attorney Matthew Kirsch openly states that, "The Government never denied that the software product was viable and requested that this critical point be omitted from the jury."
"How do you have a scam if you have a product? This wasn't a hoax or vaporware, as Califorensics verified in their independent investigation," exclaims Stewart. "There was certainly more at play in this case, and the government worked tirelessly to ensure nothing positive or in favor of the IRP6 made it to the jury, so that a win could be secured. It is truly a travesty of justice, but it is costing our nation and the world a tremendous price in the fight against terrorism," concludes Stewart.
"The American people are living in fear with a sense of paranoia, and rightfully so. The government of the United States still doesn't have concrete answers or a means to gather and link intelligence from multiple government organization. It is high time to address these long-standing weaknesses in our national security before it is too late and another terror strike reaches U.S. soil," resolves Banks.
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