So Carolina Wiles and Martel on their Cease and Desist to the State Dept on The Ruthie Report

So Carolina Wiles and Martel on their Cease and Desist to State Dept on The Ruthie Report
Please join Ruthie – Thursday Sept 17th, 2015 at 9 pm EST, 8 pm CST, 6 pm PST
with GUESTS: Michelle Wiles and Attorney Lauren Martel (bio’s below)
LIVE:  Thursday evening
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As many of you are painfully aware illegal immigration is out of control – now add to that a massive
refugee situation (which I believe is illegal immigration on steriods) to the mix.
Refugees and Illegal aliens entering at will with the help of our government leaders – all the while when
“We The People” say NO!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! And now Mexico …one of our biggest illegal alien suppliers….
is considering taking in Syrian Refugees as well – how long before they simply cross our unsecured southern border?
Our safety, security and sovereignty is in jeopardy –
Please review the article below and tune in to hear Michelle and Lauren share with Ruthie what they are doing
the process and how you can get involved.
You Do Not Want To Miss This
Residents of upstate South Carolina have fought hard to stop an unwanted infusion of Third World refugees – including some from the jihadist hotbed of Syria – into their community.

Since finding out in March about the federal government’s plans to send an initial batch of 60 refugees to Spartanburg County, they have appealed to their Republican congressman, Rep. Trey Gowdy, their Republican Gov. Nikki Haley, and their Republican-dominated local county council – looking for help.

All of those GOP strongholds have let them down, they say, as a Christian aid group, World Relief, has already dropped off 25 refugees, straight from the United Nations camps in Africa and the Middle East.

But one local resident, Michelle Wiles, isn’t taking no for an answer.

Wiles hired an attorney, who on Aug. 29 sent a “cease-and-desist” letter to the U.S. State Department, which oversees the U.N. refugee resettlement program that annually drops 70,000 low-skilled, non-English speakers into more than 190 U.S. cities and towns in 49 states. They are expected to be housed, educated and have their medical needs cared for, all on the taxpayer’s dime.

Wiles hired attorney Lauren Martel of Hilton Head Island, South Carolina, to draft what is known in the legal world as a “demand letter.” Such letters often precede litigation but not always.

Martel’s demand letter went out Monday via certified mail to Assistant Secretary of State Anne Richard and was copied to Gowdy, Haley, the state legislative delegation and county council members. The letter demands that World Relief stop resettling refugees in upstate South Carolina until the program can be fully investigated. It demands a response within five business days and puts the State Department on notice for “potential damages.”

Michele Wiles Bio:
works in Public Relations for Panacea Biofuels.
She is a grassroots political activist and serves as 2nd Vice Chair of the Pickens County Republican Party.
She is a homeschooling mother of 6 children (2 graduated)


Lauren Martel Bio:
The granddaughter of Dr. Norman B. Gibbs , a WW II Chaplain and veteran, Lauren’s family links to the US Military go back as far as the Civil War and Revolutionary War.  Her passion for our veterans and their families is ingrained in her from both her Grandfather’s service and later in life as an attorney practicing Family law  and seeing the destruction of military families as a consequence of the effects on our soldiers serving in the Global War on Terror.
As an attorney of over 20 years, Lauren has lent her legal expertise to countless successful businesses and leaders across the country and
has spearheaded several initiatives on the restoration of our families and our communities and is a sought after guest speaker on several radio and television shows such as Michael Cutler on USA Talk Radio Network.
She has contributed to many conservative, limited government, Fiscal Conservative Constitutional community organizing events and participated in the political process throughout her career.
Attorney Martel has argued in the Supreme Court of South Carolina in April 2014 and help in Appellate work
“Justice, Justice shall thou pursue”
Educational Experience:
Undergraduate Degree BA – Syracuse University 1987
Juris Doctorate – Syracuse University 1990
Professional Experience:
Vaux and Marscher, PA: 1992-1997
Law Office of Lauren Martel:  1997- Present

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