Jason Craddock Esq., Affiliated with Thomas More Society, Files Complaint Against NBC with FCC Regarding Super Bowl Ad
"We are fighting this battle with NBC for the conscience of our nation." -- Jason Craddock, Esquire.
NBC Chicago refuses to run Randall Terry's Pro-life Super Bowl Ad, giving bogus reason. Jason Craddock files request with FCC to compel them to obey the law.
Also: "Life, Liberty and Justice" Congressional candidates David Lewis and Angela Michael have purchased ads in the Super Bowl pre-game show.
Contact: Juan Lepanto, 304-289-3700
CHICAGO, Jan. 28, 2012 /Christian Newswire/ -- On Friday Afternoon, January 27, Randall Terry filed a complaint with the FCC against NBC Chicago, for their refusal to run his Super Bowl ad, even though they are required by law to do so. He represented himself.
On late Friday afternoon, Jason Craddock, affiliated with the Thomas More Society, agreed to take the case. He then filed a supplemental brief with the FCC.
Both briefs can be seen at the top of the front page on Mr. Terry's Presidential web site: www.TerryForPresident.com.
Attorney Jason Craddock States:
"We are fighting this battle with NBC for the conscience of our nation. A picture is worth 1000 words. It took the public display of Emmitt Till's mangled body to arouse public outrage against racism back in the 1950s. It took televising the atrocities in Vietnam to arouse outrage against that war in the 1960s. Seeing the brutal, deadly reality of abortion is absolutely necessary to shake the American public out of its sterile 'abortion-isn't-the-only-issue' desensitized stupor."
Mr. Terry States:
"I ask all pro-life leaders in America to alert their followers to what is happening. For the first time in 39 years, tens of millions of Americans will see the horrific reality of child killing. If we prevail against NBC in Chicago, and all Illinois NBC affiliates, we will reach millions more viewers. Our mission is to drive child killing front and center in this election year, and to make the case that a Christian cannot vote for Obama with a clear conscience. We beg your prayers, for the sake of the babies."
David Lewis, candidate for U. S. Congress against Speaker John Boehner, has purchased an ad in Cincinnati during the Super Bowl pre-game show. He will purchase another such ad in Dayton, Ohio at the beginning of the week.
See David Lewis' Super Bowl ad at www.DavidLewisForCongress.com
Angela Michael, congressional candidate for Illinois 15 (in southern Illinois), has purchased a pre-game Super Bowl spot in St. Louis and Decatur/Champaign Illinois. She is raising money right now to buy an ad during the Super Bowl in Terre Haute Indiana, which broadcasts into her district. See Angela's Super Bowl ad at www.AngelaMichaelforCongress.com.