Work side-by-side with Barry Cooper and help marginalized victims of the Drug War go free by becoming a member of NGB-400 Group
If you want to engage in real activism by reviewing real evidence and freeing real prisoners, become a member of the NGB-400 Group.
I’m looking for folks who have always wanted to be an activist but did not know how to get started. We have real clients with real drug cases. Nothing is fake.
NGB-400 is a private group of peaceful activists who are eager to help the financially poor victims of the Drug War. Members will assist Barry with real-time drug cases via Zoom classes and the Group’s private SLACK forum.
NGB-400 Group has the resources, knowledge, integrity, and passion to serve those who have been arrested for non-violent drug crimes.
Many of Barry’s clients are broke and struggling with drug addiction which shouldn’t deprive them of being free. We place our client’s welfare as the HIGHEST priority.
There is no other activist organization in the world like the NGB-400 Group. We are truly unique.
Upon signing up for the membership you will receive onboarding instructions from our Group’s manager, Miss Chalen. She will hand-walk you through the process of gaining access to the Group’s private forums where we talk daily.
You will receive access to the videos of each class you missed so catching up is very easy.
You will be asked to sign a Non-Disclosure Agreement (NDA) before receiving access to the Discovery packets (evidence). This includes police reports, dispatch logs, canine records, dash-cam and body-cam footage, asset forfeiture filings, and crime scene photos.
The first 400 members will receive a badge of recognition so other members will see your seniority ranking.
Members can attend monthly Zoom training classes taught by Barry, licensed attorneys, and other special guests. Along with reviewing and analyzing real evidence, the courses will explore the history of activism, activism according to the United Nations, and the powers of positive activism.
Members will contribute a monthly membership fee of their choice depending on an honor system that reflects the member’s ability to pay. A $15 per month member has the exact privileges and perks as a $25 or $50 member. It’s that simple.
The Group’s motto is, “We are not here to fight. We are here to heal.” Violence, rudeness, and insults to government officials will not be tolerated and will result in the immediate cancellation of the offenders’ membership.
NGB-400 was formed to be a positive force in the American criminal justice system. We are not a hate group and all members must maintain a strict code of polite conduct when interacting with police, prosecutors, judges, and other government officials.
Barry Cooper (born on May 21, 1969) was once one of the nation’s top drug enforcement and K-9 officers. Raised in California but moving to Texas, Barry started his law enforcement career as a police dispatcher for the Gladewater Police Department. He was later hired by the Big Sandy Police Department as an interdiction officer in East Texas and trained his own narcotics detection dog. While working in law enforcement, he confiscated large amounts of narcotics and money.
During an Associated Press interview, Barry’s task force commander said, “Barry was even better than he says he is.” He had a knack for finding drugs and made more arrests and more seizures than the other agents combined. He was probably the best narcotics officer in the state and maybe the country during his time with the task force.”
Barry left law enforcement after noticing that people arrested for possession of marijuana were nonviolent and cooperative. He now works as an addiction specialist, freedom consultant, and criminal defense expert witness.
Barry is an accredited lecturer who has given presentations for the Texas Criminal Defense Attorney’s Association (Tyler, TX), Texas Criminal Defense Attorney Association (Houston, TX), Public Defender’s Association (Orlando, FL), Public Defender’s Association (Clearwater, FL) and the Seattle Defense Lawyer’s Association.