CATS (LAW) CALLS CHURCHES TO UNIFIED CORPORATE PRAYER

OCTOBER 20, THRU NOVEMBER 2, 2008

“The first duty of society is justice”
Alexander Hamilton

CATS (LAW) formally request all Churches to unite for corporate prayer for those in prisons and our election. We're praying for change in circumstance for the innocent, reform in the law for those sentenced to unfair prison terms, our General Election and the CATS (LAW) organization. Corporate prayer shall begin OCTOBER 20, thru NOVEMBER 2, 2008 .

Please recognize our work to educate Californian's about Proposition 6, Proposition 9 and California's Three Strikes Law. We are NOT a political organization. We believe our work is a ministry commissioned by GOD, affirmed within the teaching of Jesus Christ and morally compelling. This work is consistent with human welfares best interest and viewed as charitable by the state of California.

Without doubt, the word of God is one of the richest gifts from the Father to his creation. He declares his word to be, “living and powerful, sharper than any two edged sword, piercing even to the division of the soul and spirit, and of the joints and marrow and is a discerner of the thoughts and intents of the heart.” (Hebrews 4:12)

“Remember the prisoners as if chained with them, those who are mistreated, since you yourselves are in the body also. Remember them that are in bonds, as bound with them; and them which suffer adversity, as being yourselves also in the body.” (Hebrews 13:3) 

“Be not forgetful to entertain strangers: for thereby some have entertained angels unaware.” (Hebrews 13:2)  

We respectfully request that you and your staff carefully review the seriousness of our work to protect human rights, freedom and equality. Please consider endorsement association with us in a movement to provide your parishioners and the people throughout California communities with vital information, integral for correction of the injustice found in California's “Three Strikes' Law.

More than a decade ago referendum submitted an ideomotor measure for vote to Californian's that we've come to know as California “Three Strikes” Law. Since that time California discovered problems with mandate sentencing. Petty criminals are receiving the same sentences as those who commit Violent, Serious or Heinous crimes.

California became the 31 st state on September 9, 1850, since that time we have grown with technology, and prudent wisdom to become one of the greatest sates in the union. Just as generations before us faced problems in California policy, today we must correct those with California's “Three Strikes Law.

We must believe that we can correct injustice that sets up shop disguised as law, or any other form that ratifies and/or qualifies injustice against any human people. The first step to change is the unified field of awareness operating for growth, uplifting inspiration and affirmation for change or correcting what is wrong or unjust.

“Correction is grievous unto him that forsaketh the way: and he that hateth reproof shall die.” (Proverbs 15:10)  

CATS (LAW) produced a survey, “FOR” or “Against” amending California's “Three Strikes” Law. The survey is design to obtain vital information from California registered voters, specifically to poll “FOR,” OR “AGAINST” amending California's Three Strikes Law? If the majority answers that question yes, the next question is, are you willing to sign a petition to qualify “The Three Strikes Reform Act of 2010,” a proposed initiative scheduled for filing for title and summary, on or about May 4, 2009?

The majority of Californians who have completed CATS (LAW)'S survey to date, state they were unaware of the 10 billion dollar cost, and 25 years to life prison terms received by petty criminals currently serving that sentence. Californians further state, they believe California's “Three Strikes” Law should apply only to VIOLENT, SERIOUS AND HENIOUS CRIMINALS.

CATS (LAW)'s assignment is specifically focused on providing information on Prop. 6., Prop. 9. and California's “Three Strikes” Law.

Our work is morally compelling, commissioned by God, and based on biblical principals found in the ministry and teaching of Jesus Christ. By the grace of God we will reach those given to us to educate, co-laboring with you and others in a unified pursuit for betterment for mankind, specifically the people here in California. Our hope is to co-labor to build sustainable, self-reliant communities that unite us, not divide us.

We seek to educate Californians beyond title and summary of proposed ballot measure with statistics, logistics and financial facts about propositions and programs proposed for California law. This is an area where voters continue to be mislead when relying on the titles summaries of proposed ballot measures. Busy working class California voters want the quick understanding of ballot measures and read only the title or summary of the measure, expecting to get a just understanding from its title or summary.

CATS (LAW) Survey responses reveal statement by California voters, who state in prior elections they cast their vote on “Three Strikes” ballot measures after skimming the title and summary, or hearing ad summaries “Let's keep violent heinous criminals off California streets.” Since that time, compassionate and financially responsible Californians have discovered they were-not completely informed before making their voting decisions. We believe our work and other organizations alike will provide focused information for a huge number of Californians who are uninformed about Propositions and California's “Three Strikes Law.” Californians must vote. However, voters must clearly understand beyond titles and summaries what they're voting for. CATS (LAW)'s plan will educate California voters, accomplishing this task in three phases.

Phase-One Make request of California Churches and Pastors to join a corporate unified movement for human welfare, linking arms in prayer to focus on the word of GOD to remember those in prison, praying for change in circumstances for the innocent and those sentenced to unfair prison terms, our General Election and the CATS (LAW) organization. We encourage all Californians to view information on video at www.catslaw.org . There you will find information entitled, “Understanding Prop. 6.”, “Understanding Prop. 9.” and “Understanding California's Three Strikes Law”

Also there for your convenience you will find CATS (LAW)'s Special Notice Survey “FOR” or “AGAINST” amending California's “Three Strikes” Law. California registered voters only should complete the said survey. I am asking church leaders to encourage your members to complete the online version, or call the CATS (LAW) offices to request hard copies to provide to your members to complete and return to CATS (LAW) offices.

Phase-Two undergoes the task of counting and posting survey responses, the number ‘FOR” and AGAINST amending California's “Three Strikes” Law. Other vital information such as the willingness to sign a petition to qualify “The Three Strikes Reform Act of 2010,” for California primary election June 8, 2010 shall also be counted.

One million two hundred thousand survey registrants responding “Yes” to will be contacted, after May 4, 2009 to sign a petition within their geographic voting area.

Phase–Three continues the task of registering to vote, through email, phone call banks, door to door canvassing, transportation to polling places, website information, video sound recordings and rallies are just some of the various means we educate the people of California. Proponents of “The Three Strikes Reform Act of 2010,” say their initiative will change California's Three Strikes Law to apply only to violent serious or heinous third offenses.

We respectfully request your association with the CATS (LAW) plan and movement for the sake of human welfare. Association endorsement of the CATS (LAW) organization includes the NAACP, Danny Glover and the ALCU/SC. Please join us, co-laboring alike, to inform Californians to make informed voting decisions.

CATS (LAW) will continue to obtain vital information from registered voters completing our survey poll. This information is i ntegral for California's “Three Strikes” reform. I'm excited about real community based solutions to build sustainable, self-reliant communities that unite us, not divide us.

Sincerely,

CW Smith, President CATS (LAW) Inc.