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|Posted: Thu Jun 01, 2006 9:59 am Post subject: Is this an inquiry or an investigation?
Whenever you are invited to a meeting or call a meeting on the job and it seems like something happened that should not have happened always ask the question:
Is this an inquiry or an investigation?
An inquiry simply means no charge has been made against anyone. An investigation means a charge has been made and the investigation process with an outcome of guilty or not guilty.
Always keep these two separate in your mind and in how you speak at meetings on the job or anywhere else. The white people who practice racism (white supremacy) will try to make sure you don't keep them separate so that you will not know if you're being investigated or not until it is too late.
If you are having an investigation before an inquiry always ask the question:
Is it due process to have and investigation before an inquiry?
Maintain a separate set of questions for an inquiry than for an investigation.
Using The U.S. Constitution as a Tool
What is the reason YOU were born into a SYSTEM of INJUSTICE if not to replace it with a SYSTEM of JUSTICE?