Marjor Christopher Bonds, US Army Reserves

DAPhoto - Copy (2)Christopher Bonds is a Major in the US Army Reserves and Signal Corps. In his 28 years of service has been awarded many decorations, service medals and badges including but not limited to:

  • Meritorious Service Medal
  • Global War on Terrorism Expeditionary
  • National Defense service Medal
  • Overseas Ribbon

Just as impressive as that is his Military education and the degrees he holds.

  • Eden Institute of Muscle Therapy, Massage Therapist, MT 1992
  • Southern Illinois, University of Carbondale, IL BA Biological/Chemical Science 1994
  • Cook County Hospital, Physician Assistant Medicine 2001

 

CruelUnited States Army Reserve MAJOR Christopher Bonds is in the fight of his life attempting to clear his name after being wrongfully arrested on June 28, 2008 by Detective Edwin Fizer III, for an alleged crime he never committed.

On September 27, 2012 a UNANIMOUS JURY found that the City of Chicago Police DID NOT have Probable Cause to arrest him, yet the City refuses to take accountability and correct this grave injustice. For the last five years, MAJOR Bonds and his Attorney’s have been diligently fighting in Federal and State Court  to restore his good name.

The matter is now being elevated to the United Nations with the filing of a formal complaint for Civil Rights Violations to the International World Court.  We are requesting International assistance notwithstanding the verdict.

Website: A COMBAT WAR VETERAN FIGHTING FOR JUSTICE 

FaceBook: JUSTICE FOR US MAJOR Christopher Bonds

 

About

Growing up in a small little town was a unique experience. Being out as a gay male was not a wise decision being amongst loggers and farmers.

Things in my personal life made it necessary for me to move to a bigger and more accepting community, Thanks in part to a very good friend and his wife, this was made possible.

The move as been very exciting; but scary and overwhelming at times. Although, my family knew I was gay the acceptance of my lifestyle felt more like “Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell” as they still made snide comments and jokes about gays in general.

Being in my new surrounding and learning to be comfortable in my own skin while being introduced to others that embrace who they are has made me feel like a kid in a candy store but also like I need to hide behind someone out of the sense of needing security.

As part of my exploration process, while using my experience as a radio announcer, my friend and I do a podcast every Thursday night addressing a variety of topics. I am the voice opposite Dru on The Druth.

Taking yet another step in discovering and accepting who I am I launched “Loki’s Closet,” a weekly radio show on the “We Resisters Radio Network” covering topics that the LGTBQ community face on a daily basis. I am always seeking topics and ask for your help in this endeavor, what topics do you think I should talk about? Is there a topic that you think should be brought more to the forefront?

I am also the moderator for “The Only Thing ‘Straight’ Here Is the Truth” a FaceBook group and also write a blog under the same title. It is my hope to educate and inspire people. I will accomplish this by sharing my personal experiences and hopefully having each of you share yours.

As with anything in life not all topics discussed will be positive, however they will make you think. You cannot have the good without also acknowledging the uncomfortable issues. One person cannot make a very impactful change by themselves, however together as a team or family people will take notice.

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