Kelly Miller blew the whistle on fraud, corruption, misuse of power in law enforcement and government agencies which resulted in retaliation against her. Ms. Miller took her fight from the eastern Kentucky Coal Mountains to the nation’s capital in Washington DC. where she currently has litigation in the United States Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia for the RICO Acts of law enforcement and government agencies.
Despite Ms. Miller’s ongoing personal adversity of homelessness, she continues to give back to society by actively advocating for others. Miller is an advocate for homeless persons as well as basic human rights and devotes her time advocating for the needs of the homeless community and fighting for homelessness and human rights across the nation.
Miller testified about her experiences before the Inter-American Commission on Human Rights, on April 4, 2016
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