John Ford, UFO investigator and director of the Long Island UFO Network, has been a political prisoner of Suffolk County since 1996. The John Ford Initiative raises public awareness of the egregious abuses against him and his civil rights.
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Originally written in 1997 by John Ford, including a summary from The Montauk Pulse in Part 1.
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The John Ford Initiative exists to educate and raise public awareness about the illegal and illegitimate imprisonment of LIUFON director and veteran UFO researcher John Ford, while raising money for his medical and legal expenses. The initiative promotes proactive ways in which our associates, advocates, supporters and sponsors can help us with the relief fund for John Ford's legal representation, attorney fees, court fees, and medical fees. To this end we have left the donation amount open to you which means you are in control of what you want to give.
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|Photo of John Ford courtesy of Joe Zuppardo, 1996.