I am the change that I wish to see in my world

On April 10th, 2018 I sent a letter to His Excellency Mr. Kim Jong-un of the Democratic People's Republic of Korea regarding peace talks between the Democratic People's Republic of Korea and the United States. 
On December 27th, 2017 I sent a letter to the President and to the Vice President of the European Commission in regard and pertaining to the situation in the Chechen Republic of the Russian Federation and the Republic of the Union of Myanmar and my request for sanctions to be issued. I received a letter from the EU in response to my request.  

The City of Arlington, Texas has filed a lawsuit against the Attorney General of the State of Texas, in a Travis County State District Court. The attorneys for the City of Arlington, Texas lost an open records decision to me by the Texas Attorney General's Office. They are attempting to stop myself and members of the public from being able to engage in oversight of the government and its operations. I am looking forward to defeating their lawsuit. 
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Letter to EU officials
EU Response
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The Texas Attorney General's Office sides with me and issues a ruling requiring the Richardson Police Department to release to myself and to members of the public, public information concerning the Richardson Police Department's participation in the North Texas Joint Terrorism Task Force with the United States Federal Bureau of Investigation.   

On December 20th, 2017 I sent a letter to President Htin Kyaw of the Republic of the Union of Myanmar regarding the arrest and the detention of two Reuters journalists and two police officials under the British Colonial-era Official Secrets Act, a two-state solution for the Rohingya people and Myanmar and in opposition to a ban on the United Nations Special Rapporteur on the situation of human rights in Myanmar from entering the country. 
 ​On November 29th, 2017 I sent a letter to Prime Minister Fayez al-Sarraj and to Mr. Mohamed Barghouthi, Minister of Defense of Libya, regarding Major Mahmoud Mustafa Busayf al-Werfalli, the International Criminal Court and groups linked to the Libyan National Army who were accused of an atrocity in Libya.
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North Texas JTTF Meetings

What We Support

LGBTQI Equal Rights

Separation of the Church and the State


​Accountability for public servants

International Criminal Court



  1. "He was very eloquent. I was pleasantly surprised. He was as good as any lawyer who addresses a city council." - Quote from the Dallas Voice in pertaining to Mr. Smith's speech
    Bernardo Vallarino from GLSEN of Greater Dallas


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