Monthly Archives: March 2012

Travon Martin; What Would Jesus Do, What Would Jesus Wear

Wall Photos By: Heidi Joyous   Geraldo Rivera isn’t backing down on blaming the victim, and – of course – hasn’t answered my emailed letter (posted as “Geraldo has both feet in his At Large mouth …”) in which I more … Continue reading

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@GeraldoRivera has both feet in his #GeraldoAtLarge mouth …

In 2009, I asked Geraldo Rivera – nicely – to revisit his 1984 exposé of charlatan dog handler John Preston. Three times. His doing so could have ended 30 years of corruption, three years ago. So I wasn’t as nice in … Continue reading

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Park Avenue Pope’s untold intentions for Tommy … and Gary, Albert and Trayvon

“An attorney that is not a social engineer is a social parasite.” I was reasonably close in paraphrasing while angrily writing to attorney John Houston Pope, but here’s the real deal, courtesy of Howard University …  As stated by Charles Hamilton Houston, … Continue reading

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Letter from Pelican Bay Hunger Strike Representative to Solidarity Coalition (February 2012)

Originally posted on Prisoner Hunger Strike Solidarity:
Prisoner Hunger Strike Solidarity recently received the following letter from a hunger strike representative at Pelican Bay Security Housing Unit (SHU), dated February 20th, 2011. Discussions are underway with the intent to set…

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Florida Parole Commission furthers conviction corruption – denies Gary Bennett parole

These highlight of Geraldo Rivera’s 1984 “20/20” exposé of charlatan dog handler John Preston don’t make it clear whether he addressed an Ohio federal court finding Preston a fraud in January of 1983.

Even if Rivera didn’t include the information, it was known to prosecutors and public defenders nationwide. Gary Bennett was tried and convicted in 1984 based on Preston’s perjuries.

One of his defenders was Norm Wolfinger, the Brevard/Seminole State Attorney that refused to charge George Zimmerman in Trayvon Martin’s death, and refused to charge the three officers that – with premeditation – kicked, beat and tased 66-year-old dementia-suffering Albert Flowers within an inch of his life.

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Pack more than one suitcase, FBI.

In a letter to the DoJ on May 24, 2009 (below), I wrote, “My requests for an FBI Color of Law investigation are close to three years old.” Nearly another three years have gone by, and the FBI is finally … Continue reading

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Towards assuring Trayvon Martin rests in peace …

20 Things You Need to Know About the Tragic Killing of Trayvon Martin | | AlterNet “Late Monday, March 20, after a letter from the NAACP, the United States Department of Justice, the FBI and the U.S. Attorney announced they … Continue reading

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