A sincere thank you from The Julia Clark Organization to the citizen who saw the evil in the savagery Teodoro “El Teo” Garcia Simental and acted accordingly.
It is a valuable step toward shunning the culture of corruption.
Your noble act honored your country, honored the Americas, and honored humanity globally.
– The Julia Clark Organization
“No one wants to be cheated of a dime bag and no one wants to be shorted on a blow job.” This statement is standard in the conversations addressing corruption within the recreational drug trade.
Festivities that come from this trade should be safe and fun. Those who host such parties and the industry that supplies material for such parties should treat their clients with respect.
No one wants to be killed, raped, or maimed when partying. A main part of hosting such parties is to be a good host. Allowing harm to the party goers cheats the client out of a fun and wholesome time and should play no part in the equation. Those that partake of corruption, including lying, cheating, and stealing, need to be shunned from the festivities.
The Julia Clark Organization lobbies, promotes, requests, urges, and asks for assistance in shunning corruption.
Join us today.