HIDDEN PREDATOR ACT – April 22, 2015 and Urgent Support Needed to Inspire Gov Deal to Sign New Law Before 40 Day Deadline past April 2, 2015.

Please Follow Link in this Petition Update to send an internal email directly to GA-Gov Nathan Deal asking him to Please Sign Hidden Predator Act into Law before the 40-day deadline after the Passing of both the House and Senate with Landslide Victories. 


Link to Email and Petition update:  gf4justice.wordpress.com/2015/04/23/hidden-predator-act-april-22-2015-and-urgent-support-needed-to-inspire-gov-deal-to-sign-new-law-before-40-day-deadline-past-april-2-2015/

Alan Fountain was a Victim in Georgia of a Serial Predator from age 9 to 16 and Understands the Psychology of The Victim Recovery Cycle and Can Testify to the Importance of Certain Arbitrary Language in Bill Drafts that can Impact a Practical Solution to be Fair, Just and Mediate a Position between Special Interest Resistance and Sensitive Politics but Represent the Publics Balanced Point of View with a New Law that will not be Partisan to GA taxpayers with bias.

Mr. Fountain has been in attendance at every developmental stage assisting with the initial draft language of HB 17 while attending every public hearing. He began educating the Public beginning in July 2013 to prepare GA Citizens about the Merits and Benefits to an Amended Civil Statute of Limitations Law in GA. He began an informative Citizen Coalition facebook page for GA citizens in April 2014www.facebook.com/GFJustice Please go to this facebook page and “LIKE” the main page to show legislators the public’s support for Justice Resolutions.

This Bill began as a (R) partisan Bill to meet an honorable situation from Camden County GA where the Bill Sponsor Originated but Mr. Fountain fought hard to have Democrat Sponsors included to bring levity and fairness to Voice Victims Concerns from all of the Citizens of Georgia equally and to include his hometown Community.

Mr. Fountain became an authority on the roadblocks with Civil (Sol) and worked tirelessly for a year creating a Social Media Following of 250,000 supporters in Various Prevention Awareness Platforms and the largest in Georgia on this Issue. He feels his work helped markedly in the outcome of the GA House Legislature Victory with a Vote of (169) Yea (2) Nay. He heard his original social media data being repeated in Testimony and in the House Chambers so he feels confident the efforts served the Public Well.  (Update since this launch the Hidden Predator Act did pass GA senate but at risk of Governor not signing even after a Senate Unanimous 54 yes vote before now going to GOV.) Please continue signing and circulating this petition until Justice and Law Reform for at-risk youth advances and victims of past crimes have a voice absent retaliation. Advocates can often be victims of threats when speaking out for truth and seeking public support.  Signatures and Comments show the mass support for change and justice reforms minimizing intimidation to those speaking up for the vulnerable and voiceless.

He only wishes to represent the many Voices of GA that has responded to him to be heard. He can share with you redacted names of some of their compelling pleas for his help and their stories of youth molestation.

Please watch this film trailer to grasp the gravity of crisis and conflicts with seeking Justice. Pursuit of Truth Film available on-demand rental.

(watch trailer)   https://vimeo.com/ondemand/28753

With the greatest of respect to the GA Legislature for their Moving Speeches on the Chamber Floor Before Passing this Bill to Senate and to the Senate Judiciary for Listening to Alan Fountain before a Conclusion. His work in GA and Contributions as a Volunteer Advocate on this topic can be found at,   www.about.me/alanfountain

Hidden Predator Act – House Bill 17 Needs thousands of Emails, Calls, and Letters heading to Governor Deal asking him to please sign this bill into Law. The opposition has not let up in lobbying to convince Governor Deal to veto this bill. Disgraceful that the battle still rages after a House Vote of 169 to 2 and a Unanimous Senate Vote of 54 to 0. Please let your voices be heard that the Hidden Predator Act, House Bill 17 must become law within the 40-day window from April 2nd to give child rape victims a small step toward justice and help expose perpetrators in our communities. Governor Deal please sign House Bill 17.

Email Link To Governor Deal to ask, Please Sign Hidden Predator Act into Law:  https://gov.georgia.gov/contact-us-0

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Thank you, America for Support- Contact

Alan Fountain
GA Families for Justice
Molestation Prevention Consultant & Advocate / PR / Social Media Architect
www.facebook.com/GFJustice (GFJ – Coalition Main Site)
https://twitter.com/TapGeorgia (Twitter – GFJ Coalition)
www.facebook.com/TAPgeorgia (Personal Private Citizen Story Page)

4 thoughts on “HIDDEN PREDATOR ACT – April 22, 2015 and Urgent Support Needed to Inspire Gov Deal to Sign New Law Before 40 Day Deadline past April 2, 2015.

  1. Pingback: HIDDEN PREDATOR ACT – April 22, 2015 and Urgent Support Needed to Inspire Gov Deal to Sign New Law Before 40 Day Deadline past April 2, 2015. | gf4justice

  2. Please help my 3 year old step daughter get justice know one is takin us seriously please help my family it’s been 2 month’s since we reported the incident and still have NOT spoken to the investigator please contact me at dpcollins78@yahoo.com
    cell 478 672 1138

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    • IM so sorry to hear this and just saw post. I have been ill and unable to respond. I am uncertain I can help. Please search facebook groups that are in your state as they are the best place to post for support with common situations. My area was to help support legislation reforms in 2015 and currently not active with advocacy.


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