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    L.A. Civil Rights Association: Paris Hilton Should Represent People Who Need Help In The Mental Illness Area

    I’d like to see Paris stand up against her injustice first

    Representatives from the Los Angeles Civil Rights Association and Los Angeles Urban Policy Roundtable tried to hand deliver a letter to Hilton requesting she speak out on the jail system and its treatment of inmates in need of medical and psychological care.

    “This will be a time for Paris to step up, and step her game up, and do what’s right and represent people who need help in the mental illness area,” said Eddie Jones, of the L.A. Civil Rights Association.

    “We’ve seen celebrities now who have made statements they want to get involved in social causes,” added Hutchinson of the Urban Policy Roundtable. “This is a challenge to Paris Hilton.”

    Hilton, who has admitted to being “severely depressed” behind bars, need to become “a poster girl for the mentally challenged,” Hutchinson said.

    Correction officers promised to forward the letter to Hilton.

    There was no comment from Hilton publicist Elliot Mintz, who said he wouldn’t speak to reporters on Paris’ behalf until she is released.

    In other news, Sheriff Lee Baca is putting off a request from the L.A. Board of Supervisors to file a report and appear at a meeting Tuesday to explain his ill-fated transfer of Hilton to home detention. Baca, who is also being targeted by a recall campaign, has instead flown to Turkey for a conference on international security issues.

    He promised to attend a meeting on June 26—the day after Paris is due to be discharged.

    Edited Eonline

    How about:

    “This will be a time for Paris to step up, and step her game up, and do what’s right and represent true justice in order to prevent judges and prosecutors from abusing her celebrity status.

    “We’ve seen celebrities now who have made statements they want to get involved in injust causes.”

    I’d like to see Eddie Jones speak out against the injustice and harsh punishment on behalf of Paris and the insane American public who can’t understand how dangerous the judicial system in America is becoming.

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