Friday, March 24, 2006

Welcome Back

We appreciate all your kind words of support for our family in this difficult time. Please take a moment to read through our posts today. We need your help.

There will be no justice for Sal until the full details of what happened are publicly disclosed, those who are responsible are held accountable for their actions, and police policies and tactics are changed to prevent another senseless tragedy like this from happening again. With your help, we can accomplish these goals.

With love and appreciation,

Sal and Anita
Proud Parents of Dr. Salvatore J. Culosi


benpal said...

I have come to your site by a link from where I have followed this absolutely unbelievable and sad history.
I'm not living in the US, but I visited the States very often in the past. I planned to return some day but I'm not sure I really want to return to a country where people are shot by the police "by accident".
What happened to you (and I understand your case is not the only one with such a tragic end) touches me deeply.
The fact that nobody seems to be accountable for the deliberate killing of an innocent person fills me with rage.
You need a lot of courage to overcome the loss of your son.

7:53 AM  
Natalie Jackson said...

Hello again, this is Natalie Jackson. I was talking with my father last night about what we could do personally to get the word out about Sal and what has happened, and my dad (Nathan Jackson) wanted me to try to contact you and tell you to give him a call. He owns RSVP Publications, a company that Sal used to work for back in around 1993... We do direct mail advertising to a lot of homes around DC, and especially in Fairfax County. Dad has a way to tell a whole lot of people about this and try to get their support. Please call us as soon as possible, our contact information is below.

703-969-3896 (Nathan's Cell phone)
302-628-1136 (Our home phone) (Nathan's email) (My email)

We want to be able to put an advertisement in our issue that goes to 200,000 Fairfax County homes and get the word out about Sal. He was a great guy, and he deserves justice.

Natalie Jackson

9:44 AM  

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