Chester Lee Marks, is the founder of the Senior Citizen fight back show broadcasting live on USTREAM every day at 7:00P.M. The Senior Citizen show was created for the homeless people that have been abused, neglected, and treated unfairly to low income housing and who have been denied their constitutional rights.
Senior Citizens Low Income Housing Program was implemented by the Federal Government through HUD.
The low income housing representatives are using back ground records 10, 20, 30, and 40 years old to deny senior citizen low income housing with non-violent crime.
The Senior Citizen wants to reach out to those persons eating left over foods that have been put in the garbage can and walking the street day and night pushing their grocery cart with only their belongings inside. We believe that broadcasting live, the senior citizen plight worldwide can make a difference in the world.
The Senior Citizen mission is to let the world know that as human beings we cannot forget about the senior citizen plight worldwide. We want to see the homeless senior citizen in clean clothing, nicely groomed, and off the street into low income housing. We want to heal the senior citizen wounds with treatment that will prepare their body not to suffer any more pain mentally, spirituality, and physically.
We believe that the senior citizen who are living on the street without anyone to care for them can cause the next generation to lose respect, wisdom, and understanding in this world.
The senior citizen fight back staff and supporter want the world to know that we can help get them off the street into low income housing and live their remaining life in peace and humble with their creator of heaven and earth.
We will achieve that remedy through the court of law with attorney representing them on legal issues that forced them into the street.
The Senior Citizen is supported by congress appropriate fund committee program to help different agencies to minister that monies for the security in affordable housing and other materiality necessity. However, there are some agencies that have failed to respect those guidelines.
The Senior Citizen fight back show welcome all donations. Your donations will assist in fighting their court battle.
Senior Citizen Abuse
I am building a senior citizen fight back foundation for our senior citizens, elder and homeless. This is to fight against the injustice. My foundation well help them escape from abuse, threat, assault, physical attack, robbery, rape, murder, kidnapping, extortion, intimidation, and retaliation. The foundation needs donations and people who know how to raise funds for the foundation.
All background checks are governed by the Fair Credit Reporting Act (15 USC 1681c). the Fair Credit Reporting Act (FCRA) regulates the collection, dissemination, and use of consumer information, including consumer credit information and is enforced by the Fair Trade Commission and private law suits.
The FCRA section 605(a)(5) prohibits the reporting of any adverse information, other than conviction, beyond 7 years prior to date of the report. However, the FCRA does not place any limits on how long a conviction can remain on your background check. There is some confusion regarding this and that is probably caused by the fact that prior to 1998 convictions were only allowed to be reported for seven years. The restriction was removed with the "Consumer Reporting Clarification Act of 1998" (Senate Bill 2561, Pub. L. No. 105-347)
California regulates background checks through The Investigative Consumer Reporting Agencies Act (California Civil Code Section 1786). The law prohibits the reporting of felony convictions beyond 7 years prior to the date of the report.
1786.18(a)(7) Records of arrest, indictment, information, misdemeanor complaint, or conviction of a crime that, from the date of disposition, release, or parole, antedate the report by more than seven years. These items of information shall no longer be reported if an any time it is learned that, in the case of a conviction, a full pardon has been granted or, in the case of an arrest, indictment, information, or misdemeanor complaint, a conviction did not result; except that records of arrest, indictment, information, or misdemeanor.