Post-December 13, 2014 Search for Rev. Sharpton? ©
By Alton H. Maddox, Jr.
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"Silver rites" leaders can make great use of mobile phone technology. Yet, it is not a solution to the hands-on approach to combatting state-sponsored killings of unarmed Black and Latino men. These killings are happening throughout the United States. The U.S. Justice Department is hiding behind the Compromise of 1877. The first step is for "freedom fighters" to define it.
Rev. Al Sharpton was last seen in "Hollywood" seeking to add to his "peace" chest which seeks racial calm and harmony and not racial justice. The Garner family was seen at the office of NYC Comptroller Scott Stringer to extract "hush money." The "Central Park 5" has just been seen hauling off with $41 million dollars and is reportedly back in line for another haul.
Attorney Jonathan Moore represents the so-called "Central Park 5." He also represents the Garner family. When I demanded that the case of Michael Stewart had to go to trial "to air dirty laundry," Mayor Ed Koch, Chief Medical Examiner Eliot Gross and Manhattan District Attorney Robert Morgenthau panicked. When the smoke had cleared, Moore was representing the Stewart family and divvying up "hush money."
The effective representation of the Stewart family had made great strides before Jonathan Moore came on board. The goal was to seek justice. This would require both a criminal prosecution and a civil action. We never had an opportunity to secure a civil trial. After the impaneling of two grand juries, eleven police officers went to trial in a criminal prosecution for the death of Michael Stewart. This was a milestone over "hush money." There were also reforms in the medical examiner's office of New York City.
Street protests must continue. Economic sanctions and a withdrawal of Blacks and Latinos from the Democratic Party must follow. It is no accident that both Gov. Jay Nixon and Gov. Andrew Cuomo are Democrats. "Ambulance chasers" grease this political party's money line. They feast on dead, Black bodies as a quid pro quo. Municipalities have "deep pockets." Blacks and Latinos are financing their own oppression.
I am not opposed to Rev. Sharpton living large. Excesses like "excessive force" should be avoided, however. He is trafficking in sumptuous living. Unlike Prince David engaging in and using commercial airlines, Rev. Sharpton was last seen heading to "Hollywood" in a Learjet. Rev. Jesse Jackson's destination was "Silicon Valley." Both men departed without leaving a plan of action.
One eye of this civil rights movement should be on the streets. The other eye should be on unjust laws. These unjust laws arise out of violations of the Bill of Rights. On this past Monday, both men should have been focusing on the 223 anniversary of the Bill of Rights. A nationwide effort must be made to enforce them coupled with the enforcement of the Reconstruction amendments.
Twenty unjust concepts must be brought back in line with the Bill of Rights. The first step is to give meaning to unjust concepts. Black lawmakers should run with this agenda to their respective legislatures. This will require securing legal tools for research. Rev. Sharpton is spending his parasitic wealth on sumptuous living. These unjust concepts must be fully explored and adequately defined and should include but not be limited to the following:
1. State-sponsored group defamation
2. Badges of slavery
3. Judicial gerrymandering
4. Stop, question and frisk
5. Chokehold as a crime in New York
6. Public selection of grand juries
7. Use of transactional immunity or use immunity
8. Instructions to the grand jury
9. Preference of a preliminary hearing over an investigatory grand jury when probable cause is settled
10. The criteria for a special prosecutor
11. Retaliatory arrests
12. Use and misuse of deadly force
13. Tennessee v. Garner
14. Psychological testing
15. Use of non-deadly force
16. Probable cause and immediate arrests
17. Decertification of police unions
18. Community control of law enforcement agencies
19. Use of cameras to record police misconduct
20. Jury trials in all police misconduct cases
Rev. Edward Pinkney, head of Black Autonomy Network Community Organization (BANCO), is the victim of a retaliatory prosecution and conviction by an all-white jury for demanding justice and opposing police brutality in Benton Harbor, MI which is the subject of white minority rule. Whirlpool, a Fortune 500 Company is the "puppet master."
I have asked the Freedom Party to join Bro. Clarence Canty and Bro. Randy Short to find the means for Rev. Pinkney to enjoy a competent and zealous attorney for an appellate review of this conviction. Retaliatory actions are also involved in People v. Ramsey Orta (Richmond County) and CPW Towers, LLC v. Maddox (New York County).
The above-mentioned efforts should arise from a grassroots movement. To give legs to those demands, calls should be made to the NYS Attorney General at: (212) 416-8000 and the New York Public Advocate at (212) 669-7200 to personally appear at the Brooklyn Christian Center on this Saturday, December 20, 2014 at 11:00 a.m.
Demands should also be made on all elected officials and public officials by phone or on the internet: the office of NYS Attorney General at http://www.ag.ny.gov/
questions-comments-attorney- general-eric-t-schneiderman and the office of NYC Public advocate firstname.lastname@example.org.
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