The Orange District Attorney Tony Rackauckas is hosting the 5th Annual Victims’ Rights March and Rally on Friday, April 26, 2013.
The Program includes:
- 9:30 a.m. Reception at the Orange County District Attorney’s Office, located at 401 Civic Center Drive West, Santa Ana, CA 92701
- 10:30 a.m. March to the Old Orange County Courthouse, at 211 W. Santa Ana Boulevard, Santa Ana, CA 92701
- 11:00 a.m. Rally at the Old Orange County Courthouse
Please click here to watch the 2012 video.
Susan Kang Schroeder
Chief of Staff
RSVP’s are appreciated.
5 thoughts on “5th Annual O.C. Victims’ Rights March and Rally set for April 26”
Art, Don’t you think all Santa Ana residents should march in this parade since we are all victims of the current Santa Ana city council. We have all been violated by them and should join in this parade.
P.S. Will the group that was not allowed to march in the Tet parade be allowed to march in this one?
What’s our council doing about all the violence?
“What’s our council doing about all the violence?”…… Hmmmm
They are promoting the gun registration which we already have in California, the problem is that these gunmen do not even have valid Cal. Id.
I guess we must wait for the amnesty so they get the ID and register their illegal guns so we can control the crime.
That’s got to put a damper in Christine and David’s Valentine romp down the street!
In one of his rare public comments Pablo said:
“The gunshots turn her on, she’s a USC Girl, not used to this ghetto action”
That was kinda wierd considering he won’t talk about city business. But, he’s da playa!
“The gunshots turn her on”
Then she must be SUPER exitada con all the stuff going down these days!