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Friday, February 12, 2016

SUPPORT PETER LIANG - SAMPLE SUPPORT LETTER TO JUDGE DANNY CHUN

If you would like to support Peter Liang, please write a letter to the Judge expressing your feelings about the trial and verdict. I have included a SAMPLE letter below, but you don't have to use it. If you have the time, you can choose to write a letter in your own words.

Send the letter to me (and not the Judge directly) so I can include it in a court filing.

You can email it to: Rbrown@robertbrownlaw.com or fax it to 718-979-9784 or mail it to:

Robert E. Brown, PC 
44 Wall Street, 12th Floor

New York, NY 10005




[Name & Address]

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_________________, 2016
                                                                       
Chambers of the Honorable Danny Chun
Supreme Court of the State of New York
County of Kings
320 Jay Street, 19th Floor
Brooklyn, New York 11201


                                    RE:     People v. Peter Liang
                                                Indictment No. 9988/2014

Dear Honorable Chun,

            I am writing to you in support of Police Officer Peter Liang. I believe that his conviction was unjust and I do not believe that the charge of reckless manslaughter is supported by any reasonable view of the evidence submitted at trial. Likewise, the conviction of official misconduct is unsupported by the evidence.

I respectfully ask that you set aside the illogical verdict handed down by the jury. If you will not set aside the verdict, I respectfully ask that you sentence Police Officer Peter Liang to probation. Institutional confinement of Police Officer Peter Liang is not necessary for the protection of the public. A prison sentence would be inconsistent with the ends of justice.
           

Respectfully submitted,




______________________

117 comments:

  1. We need justice for peter Liang !asian lives matter !justice need stands

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    1. All lives matter, not only Black life matter. Please free Officer Liang.

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    2. Just sent a letter with a link(https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=w_KC_92e-RE).

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  2. We need justice for peter Liang!

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  3. This is racial profiling at its worst and Peter should not be the poster child for police accountability.

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  5. They used Peter Liang as a scape goat no doubt. Had he been a white police officer he would have walked out as a free man. Justice was not served.

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    1. Had Liang been a white police officer, he would have been convicted of intentional murder.
      The truth is that liberal insanity has boomeranged against minorities within the police department. Don't you know black cops in Baltimore were arrested and charged for Murder for just doing their job just like Liang?

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    2. Agree! This is obviously selective prosectution! Scapegoating!

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  7. This unfortunate tragedy doesn't warrant prison time for Peter Liang. Do not make him the victim of small town politics in this big town. Free Peter Liang. He has suffered enough!

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  9. This was the most disgraceful verdict I've heard. A tragic accident and nothing more. What happened to justice?

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    1. Same question here! Seems they are trying to use injustice to serve justice!

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  10. Support Peter Liang, equal rights for races!

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  11. I just wrote the letter and will send it today.

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  12. No evidence support the accusation and verdict. Give justice back to Peter Liang!

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  13. we need the justice for Asian!!

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  14. No prison time. This was an accidental shooting by a rookie in the worst neighborhood of new york.

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  15. We need Justice and Fairness!!!

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  18. Use common sense, system may be broker down?

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  19. Support Peter Liang to the end! We need to stand up for him.

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  21. Which one is better, written or printout? Or it doesn't matter? Need suggestions.

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  22. we need justice!support office liang!

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    1. No evidence showing Mr. Liang had intention to manslaughter. Please free him!

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  24. The conviction of NYPD officer Peter Liang is such a disgrace for this country.

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  25. There are some arguments and controversies in the Liang's case.

    Argument # 1: NYC housing authority apartment buildings have bad reputation of area of drug dealers, area of gun dealers, area of gun killers, area of prostitution.

    When people entry the housing apartment buildings, not only they feel scared being killed or assaulted, police feels the same.

    When gun shooting begins, it is the battle between life and death, either you die or I die. You have no time and space to make judgments while you confronting, face to face.

    Death can happen within one or two seconds. Peter Liang shooting can be self-defense shooting. After that person got shot, Liang failed to call ambulance. Liang was at fault.

    But Liang shouldn't end up 15 years in prison. It is not fair to Liang. Liang is a good police, doing good job while on duty. A person of Integrity, braveness, Fidelity to the job he was doing as a police officer.

    Sending him to prison 15 years seems not fair to him, too long to him. Our Justice system seems to discourage, dishonor, disappointed to those who on the uniform to protect us, and to end crimes on the street everyday in the city.

    If Liang has no criminal record with his background, one time accident, or one time mistaken, one time fault, one time misjudgment on or after shootings ends up sending him 15 yeas in prison, that is not right.

    To reduce years in prison, from 15 years to 3, 5 or 6 years.

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    1. even one year is not we want to see.I.He was not the killer, NYPD loss a good COP, because it case ,other COP will not working hard on their duty anymore! you will see more people get kill inside the HPD housing at the further.

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    2. Peter Liang should not have been indicted in the first place. Shame on Margaret Chin! Kudos for Ron Kim! Keep this in mind - don't miss a vote and vote for politicians that can fight for the rights that Asian Americans deserve as any other races!

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  26. Peter Liang had no intention to kill anyone. It was only a tragic accident. It was so unfair that the judge granted the prosecutor to disallow the defense attorney to bring up the incident that two police officers were shot during the stairway patrol in the public housing building just last week to prove that kind of building patrols are dangerous and warrant the need for carrying a gun.

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  27. Peter Liang had no intention to kill anyone. It was only a tragic accident. It was so unfair that the judge granted the prosecutor to disallow the defense attorney to bring up the incident that two police officers were shot during the stairway patrol in the public housing building just last week to prove that kind of building patrols are dangerous and warrant the need for carrying a gun.

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  28. This was a accident not intentionally . He doesn't deserve prison time. WHERE IS THE JUSTICE ?

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  30. We need Justice. I support Peter.

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  31. I support Peter Liang. The unfair trial result should not be used for proving that black lives are lives. Every life should be treated fairly.

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  32. I support Peter Liang. He is innocent!

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  33. From wiki: "The death of Akai Gurley is notably similar to the shooting death of Timothy Stansbury Jr. that occurred in January 2004, when Officer Richard S. Neri killed Timothy Stansbury Jr., 19, on a roof at the Louis Armstrong Houses in Brooklyn at about 1 a.m. when Officer Neri, with his gun drawn, approached a rooftop door to check the stairway inside. A grand jury declined to indict Officer Neri on charges of criminally negligent homicide, declaring the event an accident, after he gave testimony that he had unintentionally fired; he was startled, he said, when Mr. Stansbury pushed open a rooftop door in a place where drug dealing was rampant."

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    1. similar case but completely different outcome. This is just soooo unfair!!

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  34. I support Peter Liang. He is innocent!

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  35. 一个5岁时候因为妈妈被抢劫而立志做警察的华人移民,他或许没有一个好警察的能力,或许在紧急关头怯懦犯错而致使无辜者丧生。但请问,是谁将这样的警察放到纽约区最危险的大楼里?是谁任由这幢大楼长久以来走廊没有任何灯光?是谁默认警察巡查时应该把枪放在外面并准备扣动扳机,现在又来指责他违反了操作手册?是谁给了他们仅仅几分钟的训练,而现在又来指责他们没有对被害人进行心肺复苏?这都不是替罪羊,什么才是?

    最后重申一遍我的观点,梁彼得或许由于疏忽致他人死亡,但他绝对不该被判二级过失杀人。

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  36. Please free him, and give him justice

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  37. This man doesn't deserve to be locked up with mass murderers.

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  38. Peter Liang had no intention to kill anyone. It was only a tragic accident. It was so unfair that the judge granted the prosecutor to disallow the defense attorney to bring up the incident that two police officers were shot during the stairway patrol in the public housing building just last week to prove that kind of building patrols are dangerous and warrant the need for carrying a gun.

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  39. I am a US citizen current out of country. Would like to support the petition. It is wrong to use Mr. Liang as a scapegoat. That is not the justice America proud of.

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  40. Is this the so-called justice in America by using Mr. Liang as a scapegoat? Finally a cop was convicted for shooting a black man cause he is not a white guy. Feeling he is paying for the past abuses. We ask justice for Peter Liang!

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    1. Agree!Mr. Liang should not be paying for the past abuses! He is the only one who had no intent to kill but yet got convicted guilty! This is just outrageous!

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  42. Pls think it over again. It's unfair for Liang

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  43. support!!

    Justice for Peter Liang!

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  46. Inprisonment is for criminals. Peter Liang is not a criminal!!!

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    1. The judge do a 'Good' job to provided justice to the plaintiff, the dead person. NOW, the judge needs to do a 'BETTER'' job to the Victim, Peter Liang , for His Justic and rights. He trained by the NYC Police Dept. If he is guilty, then the whole Police Dept shall be guilty as well. Then the Justic served equally?

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  47. We need justice, free Peter Liang

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  48. Thank you for drafting this letter. I'll send a letter to the judge.

    The politics and grandstanding that they reported in the news was unfair to officer Liang. I was worried that the police union would throw him under the bus, but it was heartbreaking to read the verdict.

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  49. we really need to fight for our boy, justice, all we want is justice. If we didn't get what we want this time, the same thing would happen to our Chinese people around the world again and again until we become the lowest class in the world. We are not cowards and we should speak for him, our young and innocent man, Liang. If we can stand out for him this time, maybe things will change a little bit next time and we shouldn't be used as scapegoats. Dark days are coming, but we stand together.

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  50. It's unfair for Peter Liang. Peter Liang is not a criminal

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  51. Peter Liang who is innocent should be treated fair! Otherwise, no one wants to be a police!

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  52. Peter Liang deserves the fair treatment. He is brave to be a police officer to protect people. Now, he needs protection in the justice system.

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  53. Peter Liang had no intention to kill anyone. It was only a tragic accident by a rookie cop, he shouldn't be used as scapegoat for political reason.. All lives matter, why are Chinese always being treated unfairly..

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  54. telll everyone you know to send a letter to help him out !!

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  55. Guilty or not, he was charged for way too many years. I did some research on google and similar misconduct from other officers were never charged to the same degree. Pure discrimination to not just Chinese but all Asian here in the US. If we don't stand up for ourselves then no body will.

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  56. This was a tragic accident and not a crime. Please give Peter Liang justice.

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  57. This was a tragic accident and not a crime. Please give Peter Liang justice.

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  58. Peter Liang who is innocent should be treated fair! Otherwise, no one wants to be a police!

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  59. Joseph KOO February 15,2016 at 9:09 PM

    This was an accident not a crime. PLEASE GIVE PETER LIANG JUSTICE.

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  60. We need justice, free Peter Liang. He may not be a perfect police, but he is not a murder.

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  62. Was there any step that wasn't taken care properly during the entire trial? How come an obvious accident ended up being a felon charge? What's the next step to help peter Liang from legal perspective?

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  63. This was an accident not a crime. PLEASE GIVE PETER LIANG JUSTICE.

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  64. I support Peter and fight against the unjust charge

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  66. No scapegoat! The the incident is not a crime.

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  67. Free Office Peter Liang and No scapegoat!

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  68. We need to let the government knows Chinese shouldn't be the scapegoat. If the case of Peter Liang has been guilty,which means many of white police officers should also be guilty on any of accidents. It is too discriminatory for Chinese.

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