Anelia Sutton is a name you need to know. She is a woman fighting the good fight for millions of innocent women and men who are either wrongfully convicted or wrongfully committed in a state hospital.
Anelia was an ordinary mom whose life changed forever when a tragic event happened – her daughter was railroaded in court with lies by public officials who are supposed to uphold the law. With no relief in sight, Anelia started her journey into legal research.
Sutton believes the legal system is due for a massive overhaul. “It has to be dismantled from the top down to remove the institutional power relied upon by corrupt officials,” Sutton said. Sutton intends to submit a new bill, the Buck Injustice Bill, to the congressional floor to audit the justice system and hold corrupt officials accountable.
The bill is non-bipartisan and brings transparency and accountability in a way that’s never been done before. Sutton believes that any congress member who believes in justice should vote yes. The bill will be closely monitored through a public tracker aneliasutton.com/buckinjustice.
Through her Buck Injustice campaign, the activist is making people aware of the injustices suffered needlessly at the hands of the outdated system in the United States. With millions of innocent people being sent to prison, one needs to look at the system and replace it with Social justice that provides equal justice for all, regardless of race and social upbringing.
Injustice affects every generation throughout history – Baby Boomers, Gen X, Millennials, and Gen Z. Sutton believes the time has arrived for people from every generation to say enough is enough. She believes that when every generation puts its differences aside and stands together, everyone can work together to finally put an end to institutional corruption in the justice system.
Sutton has devoted her life to legal research when her daughter was arrested. Her daughter spent 21 months in jail awaiting trial after having a severe drug reaction to prescription drugs. Her daughter did something anyone with a toothache would do, go to a dentist. The Rx drugs prescribed for pain led to a severe drug reaction. It should have been treated as a medical emergency, but it was treated as a criminal matter for nine years. Despite her daughter being found Not Guilty by Reason of Insanity, the nightmare was far from over – Sutton’s daughter was committed to a mental hospital.
In Clear Her Name, Sutton shares her story to empower people to learn their rights in the hope that what happened to her daughter will not happen to other families. Sutton educates her online community, whom she refers to as the council on social media, on how they can find justice in any corrupt society. “A council is a group of people working together for the good of all where there’s strength in numbers,” Sutton said.
Anelia Sutton, formerly professionally known as Anne Smith, was born on December 25, 1968, in the Republic of Panama and is an American writer, activist, humanitarian, and best-selling author and co-author of Performance 360 with Richard Branson. Sutton believes that being apolitical and non-partisan helps her rise above political dogma used by other activists.
Sutton founded IRON Sharpens IRON Council, which began as a small Facebook community. Her community has become a significant destination for people seeking a creative outlet. She inspires and educates her community on how to raise awareness about the U.S. Justice System.
To learn more about – the Buck Injustice Movement and how Anelia Sutton makes a difference in the community, individuals are invited to visit her website or connect with her via social media Twitter.