We want YOU to be in LAWLESS AMERICA...THE MOVIE, a documentary about judicial corruption and government corruption. The movie will be filmed in all 50 states and will feature at least one victim from each state.
The movie will be a Lawless America Production with all proceeds donated to GRIP (Government Reform & Integrity Platform). Screenwriter Denise Loughlin has volunteered her services, and we will be looking for all types of help with the movie.
It is our hope that this movie can educate many, many people about the reality that America is broken. This article has been updated, so click here.
The plan is for me to hop in a unique vehicle and drive to all 50 states filming interviews with victims in every state. We will visit every state capital. Much of the filming will be done in front of courthouses or the capitol buildings.
This map shows the itinerary -- starting in Atlanta and heading West. From Olympia, Washington, we will head up to Juneau, Alaksa. Upon the return to Atlanta, I will fly to Honolulu as the 50th state. The trip will take 127 days.
The itinerary has been carefully planned to allow one weekday for protesting at the courthouse and the capital in each state. I have driven to all 50 states previously on one continuous trip called Round America, so I know what it takes. If we can get the preparatory work done in time, this schedule would enable the trip to be in DC for the Fourth of July.
- Driving in an attention-getting vehicle â€“ antique hearse or police car or big bus â€“ with attention-getting signs.
- Filming a â€œmovie.â€
- Inviting folks to turn out to be in the movie! Everyone who shows up on the courthouse steps gets in the movie and gets their name in the credits.
- Posting to YouTube daily, so people can follow the trip each day with video reports.
- Petitioning at the county courthouse in every capital when we are in town.
- Have someone in each state try to line up one or more speaking engagement.
- Should be media-worthy. Local and maybe national.
- The website can show the itinerary and maps showing the route as it is planned and taken.
- The movie can reach a significant audience, and if we do a great job, the audience can be really, really significant.
We need people with motion picture production skills to volunteer their skills. This will be a unique project, and it will look good on a resume, but there will be no pay to anyone. All revenues generated will be donated to GRIP. Especially helpful will be people who can volunteer to help with the production work in each capital city; we will need a camera operator, lighting assistant, and audio assistant at each stop. We will also need one production assistant who can ensure that we get talent waivers signed by those who appear on camera.
The best way to do this most effectively would be if we had an RV or a "Tour Bus." If anyone has something to donate, that would be spectacular. If we had an RV or a Tour Bus, we could work as we travel; we could also eliminate hotels and motels.
I can do it alone, but it would be great if some folks would volunteer to join up for a week or more at a time to help out and share driving.
A Public Relations person will be needed to send out news releases and coordinate media coverage. My wife and I got a lot of media coverage on our 2003 50-state trip, but it would have been much better if someone had been handling it for us.
Shellie Youhoing-Nanan, Ed Dort, Evelyne Ennis, Anne Batte, Leonard Rowe, Sabrina Felton, Jeff Goolsby, Scott Hintz, Alex Higdon, Kimberly T. Spence, GB's daughter, Barbara Rose, Gege Odion, Michael Blascoe, R.N. McGhee, Ulysses Cooper, Wendy Lewis, Bill Moore, Ms. Sophia, Jennifer Lane, Tom Coleman, Tammy Harner, Keith Davidson, Wanda Spann, Jim Cunningham, Torrey Coleman, Angela Leonard, James W. Anderson, Ed Kramer, Gary Brown, Lee Fowler
||Joe Norman, Gloria Hellman, Michelle Christenson, Bob Hurt, Bill Corbin, David Harbin, Eliot Bernstein, Larry Hohol, Francesca Moore, Karen Shaw, Charlie Grapski, Jay Koffler, Linda Parlato, Marty Parlato, Mark Glasser, Drew Baas, Ricardo Rivero, Bill Waldron, Randy White, David Callihan, Marian Scirrotto, Alicia El, Randall Townsend, James Petruska, William Dunn, Randy Kluge
|Alabama||Montgomery||03/25/2012||Nancy Swan, Michael Caraway, Henry David Walker, Lesley Pacey, Roger Shuler, Max Shelby, Joseph Blackburn, Angela Turner Drees, Sherry Carroll Rollins, Susan Raybon, Jacqueline Maier, Todd Brown, Quesha Powell, Jessie Tompkins, Jene Walker Roy, Christina Cottrell
|Mississippi||Jackson||03/27/2012||Perry Berens, Lynda Pearson Barnett|
|Louisiana||Baton Rouge||03/29/2012||Sue Bell, Carl Bernofsky, Ashton O'Dwyer, Katherine Conner
|Arkansas||Little Rock||04/01/2012||James Twoeagles, Kenneth Hunt, Teresa Register, David Vandenberg|
|Missouri||Jefferson City||04/03/2012||Robert Gipson, Allie Overstreet, Ken Auman|
|Kansas||Topeka||04/06/2012||Spencer C. Young, Marlene Jones|
|Oklahoma||Oklahoma City||04/08/2012||Dana Lawhon, Kelley Casey, Jessie Dilbeck, Piper Accettella
|Texas||Austin||04/10/2012||Denise Loughlin, Jon Roland, Diana Mejorada, William R. Noack, Jeff Baron, John Margetis, Latifa Ring, David Rodriguez, Kathie Seidel, Thot Criminill, Tracy Peterson, Lupe Sarabia, Beverly Williams Donias
|New Mexico||Santa Fe||04/14/2012||Dan Jeffre, Stephen Blanco|
|Colorado||Denver||04/17/2012||Wesley Hoyt, Lydia Joy Chichester, Jessica Garay, Ethel Lopez, Stacy Slayton
|Wyoming||Cheyenne||04/20/2012||Crystal Cox, Jesse Adam Kasky
|Utah||Salt Lake City||04/22/2012||Rhonda Dzierzon, Steve Murphy, Pat Murphy|
|Arizona||Phoenix||04/25/2012||Darla Dawald, Bruce Olsen, Karla Johnson, Walter Burien, Tiffani Johnson
Ron Branson, Joseph Zernik, Richard Fine, Larry Mendoza, Erin Baldwin, Kelly Z. Mordecai, Sharon Stephens, Daniel Cooper, Michael Warnken, Karen Harold, Ronald Pierce, Lawrence John, William D. Goble, Robert James Patterson, Peter Clark
|Nevada||Carson City||05/01/2012||Phil Stimac, Penny Brock, Mary Lupton|
|Oregon||Salem||05/04/2012||Larry Reid, Karellen Stephens, Beth Wallace, Karen Bitz, Delilah Michael, Miriam Krause, Melissa Gaston, John Ross, Erna Boldt, Diane Firestone, Tammy Graham, Barbara Montrond
|Washington||Olympia||05/06/2012||Doug Schafer, Kimberly Manrique, Pamela Taylor, Avis Hamlin, Ann Tontini, Bill Scheidler, Mary Nettie August, Mark Supanich, Mary Lupton, Adam Assenberg
|Alaska||Juneau||05/09/2012||Roger Silook, Shannon Silook|
|Idaho||Boise||05/13/2012||Cyndi Steele, Velayna Jeunessa Howardd, Diane Anderson|
|Montana||Helena||05/15/2012||Iolio Jones, April Gates
|North Dakota||Bismarck||05/18/2012||Ed Curtis, Darin Kasprowicz|
|South Dakota||Pierre||05/20/2012||Gene Paulson, Marshall Prichard, Rouse Family|
|Iowa||Des Moines||05/24/2012||Colleen A. Collins, Deb McIntosh Heiar|
|Minnesota||St. Paul||05/27/2012||Don Mashak, Sharon Anderson, Mollie Malone, Marlena Fearing, Jill Clarke, Linda Simon, Bill McGaughey
|Wisconsin||Madison||05/30/2012||Kay Sieverding, Basia Kowalik|
|Illinois||Springfield||06/01/2012||Lydia Price, Aaron Wemple, Sue Bridgman, Gayle Ayala, Kim Dillon, David Bambic|
|Indiana||Indianapolis||06/03/2012||Dave LeForge, Steve Gilmore, Roger Shindell, Gary Helman|
|Michigan||Lansing||06/05/2012||David Schied, Sally Borghese, Freddie Pinkney, Debbie Tucker Williams, Ahmed Ramer, Rehab Amer, Dale Trowbridge, Fraczek Family, McConnell Family, Charles Wright|
|Ohio||Columbus||06/07/2012||Christopher House, Nancy Rolfe, C. Prater, Rosanna Miller
Richard Hvizdak, Roxanne Grinage, Lindsey Anne Griffiths, Margaret Motheral, Mary Ann Lubas
|New York||Albany||06/12/2012||Will Gallison, Bob Schulz, Betsy Combier, Carl Lanzisera, Elena Sassower, Pat Brady, Joseph LoBianco, Sophie Ruffian, Kris Sergentakis
|New Hampshire||Concord||06/15/2012||David Aiken, Ed Bryans|
|Vermont||Montpelier||06/17/2012||Steven G. Erickson, Thomas J. Hackett|
|Maine||Augusta||06/19/2012||Paula Michaud, Debbie Reagan, Lisa Malta|
|Massachusetts||Boston||06/21/2012||David C. Grossack, Kyung Trotter, Zed McLarnen, Adrienne McGlone, Robin Shaye, Deb Della Piana|
Keven McKenna, Rebecca McLaughlin, Patrice Livingston, MINK Squad
|New Jersey||Trenton||06/28/2012||Zahra Ali El, Mohamed Khalil, Peter I. Militante, Lori Rogers, Ben Barlyn, Joyce Allison Cappello, Matthew Taylor|
|DC||Washington||07/03/2012||Lori Saxon, Janice (Mary), Deanne Rose Upson, Gloria Ford|
|Maryland||Annapolis||07/06/2012||George McDermott, Torina Collis, Ted Palmer, David Carlin|
|Virginia||Richmond||07/08/2012||Ruth Chichester, Lori Saxon, Kit Slitor, Nancy Hey|
|West Virginia||Charleston||07/10/2012||Hugh Caperton|
|Kentucky||Frankfort||07/12/2012||Melanda Adams, Marla Wright, Michelle Looney, Michael P. Green|
|Tennessee||Nashville||07/14/2012||Dennis Schuelke, Kathy Watson, Christina Quinn, Karen Caldwell, Don Acree, Heather Russell Wilder, Charlotte Jeffries|
|North Carolina||Raleigh||07/17/2012||Rod Class, Sonya Braxton, Ronald Reale, Panela Lofland|
|South Carolina||Columbia||07/19/2012||Roslyn Holman, Alan Sheppard, Paul Clements, Charles Ward|
|Hawaii||Honolulu||07/23/2012||J.P. Grund, Diane Booth|
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