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United States Army Reserve MAJOR Christopher Bonds is in the fight of his life attempting to clear his name after being wrongfully arrested on June 28, 2008 by Detective Edwin Fizer III, for an alleged crime he never committed. On September 27, 2012 a UNANIMOUS JURY found that the City of Chicago Police DID NOT have Probable Cause to arrest him, yet the City refuses to take accountability and correct this grave injustice. For the last five years, MAJOR Bonds and his Attorney’s have been diligently fighting in Federal and State Court (Legal cost over $100,000) to restore his good name.

The matter is now being elevated to the United Nations with the filing of a formal complaint for Civil Rights Violations to the International World Court.  We are requesting International assistance notwithstanding the verdict.

You can help take a stand against Police Misconduct and Malicious Prosecution by supporting MAJOR Bonds.  The Injustice and documents page will provide his background case information and a chronological timeline of events. If you have any questions or need further information, please feel free to contact us. 


Bonds v. Chicago Legal Defense Fund, NFP  An Illinois Not-for-Profit [501(c) 3 pending]

MAJ Bonds vs. City of Chicago   STATE CT CASE # 10-L-7184  FED CT CASE # 09-C-2726


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Disclaimer: Depictions of MAJ Bonds in uniform do not imply or  constitute endorsement by the Department of Defense or the Department of the Army.   This is not an official Army website and the Army  and Army Reserves does not endorse what is being said or depicted.





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