The slavemaster taught all of his “slaves” that “curiosity killed the cat.” This meant “let it be.” In other words, “do as you are ordered.” There was no way that a “slave” could contact anyone for HELP (History Ethics Logic Philosophy). These “core courses” were not taught on the plantation and no “slave” could contract with “Pony Express.”
When “Honest Abe” conned us to “flee” the plantation, there was a need to save the Union and to dismantle the economy of the Confederate States of America (CSA). The architects of the CSA were the Cobb Brothers. They had also formed the University of Georgia Law School.
I chose to attend this law school, in the 1960’s, after I had already attended a “night law school” in Atlanta, GA, on the suggestion of Millard Farmer, the son of the wealthiest “slaveholder” in Coweta, County GA. After four hundred years of slavery, I needed at least, an “orientation.” Presumably, I was functional. Farmer was paying for his father’s sins.
To address slavery, I see the need for a “Theater of the Mind.” Blacks need to go back to 1619 to the Dutch “Man of Warr.” In comparison, on Saturday at the Cotton Club, we had to envision the “Mayflower and the Compact.” Our ancestors departed the “Dutch Man of Warr” in chains. Whites departed the Mayflower with a “Compact” (a code of ethics.)
With a “code of ethics” (glue) whites have been able to supervise a great, black, labor force. Slaveholders, however, needed to enroll in commercial, correspondence courses. Slavery was a business and not a hobby. They needed courses in “dogology” and in slavocracy in addition to tying “slipknots.” These were-for-profit correspondence courses.
I am hoping that my “homeboy,” Frank Smith, will be able to come to the UAM Forum on October 26, 2016. We attended Central High School [of Architecture and Engineering].” As graduates from Central High School, our mission was to be “architects” in the broadest sense of the word and “social engineers.” For starters, we had great professors in English and in Philosophy.
Former “slaves” were not able to enroll in correspondence courses until after Reconstruction. It took several decades before some of these “slaves” could afford these courses. The last advice that the slaveholder gave to his “slaves” was: “Freedom is Free.” Most blacks still believe him. These descendants of enslaved Africans are walking around with “lethal, brain implants.”
Football, for example, is comprised of three teams: offense, defense and special teams. Each team has to have a “signal caller.” Activist, Kwame Ture, said “Organize! Organize! Organize!” This meant “study and pressure groups,” “special interest groups” and “political parties dedicated to the liberation of our people.”
Blacks have a problem of “cause and effect” It is now the state-sponsored death of Sis. Deborah Danner in the Bronx. Studies have already been made on the 1987 deaths of P.O. Harry Crist, Jr. of Dutchess County, NY and the death of Michael Stewart in Manhattan in 1983. In both cases, New York retaliated against the “architect.”
Signal callers in these groups should have already assembled at the headquarters of the Freedom Party this morning to avoid another “slave funeral” and a “slave burial.” They had already been given “two missiles.” Her death should mean more than blacks continuing to perpetuate “slave habits.”
See attachment: Alton Maddox’s Witness List in Pagones v. Maddox et. al, Index No. 4595 (Sup. Ct., Dutchess Co., 1988).
April 8, 1998
Justice S. Barrett Hickman
Supreme Court, Putnam County
Carmel, New York 10512
Re: Pagones v. Maddox, et. al
I have enclosed the prospective witness list for the undersigned with the understanding that it will be used to solely to assist the Court in estimating the length of the trial and, otherwise, the information will remain confidential.
In addition, it is also my understanding that although this proposed witness list is being tendered in good-faith, it does not exclude the undersigned from summoning any other witness who may have relevant testimony or evidence and who will assist in the defense of the above-referenced civil action.
With the above-mentioned understanding and without waiving any common-law, statutory or constitutional rights, the undersigned tenders the following, prospective witness list:
- Dr. A.J. Aplasca – He conducted the autopsy on the body of Harry Crist, Jr., on or about December 3, 1987. The sixteenth and nineteenth causes of action quote defendant Maddox as making references to Harry Crist, Jr. which, plaintiff claims, are defamatory. The cause of death is critical to the defense of this civil action.
- Dr. Michael Baden – The grand jury report makes reference to the death of Harry Crist, Jr. on page 150 thereof. Dr. Baden opined that the cause of death of Mr. Crist was suicide. According to this court’s ruling the undersigned has a right to challenge the findings of the grand jury report. In addition, the undersigned has asserted truth as an affirmative defense.
- Joseph Valanchis – He was an investigator with the New York State Police who responded to the residence of Harry Crist, Jr. on December 2, 1987; and who conducted an investigation into the death of Mr. Crist including possessing knowledge about statements plaintiff and Scott Patterson made to law enforcement officials.
- Harry Crist, Sr. and family – Plaintiff claims that Harry Crist, Jr. purchased a sweater and another unknown purchase at Danbury Fair Mall in Danbury, Conn. on November 28, 1987. He also claimed that he could remember the two receipts although his second, belated sighting of the receipts was during the trial of the above-referenced civil action. A chain of custody concern has arisen in addition to a question about who proffered the receipts before the state grand jury.
The Crist family authorized plaintiff to secure the receipts from the state grand jury and are, therefore, able to answer questions about the chain of custody of the receipts and the authenticity of the receipts.
Since expert testimony has been offered that Mr. Crist committed suicide, his mental disposition and his personal life is of great concern to this civil action. The family may also testify about his law enforcement background. The family is also aware of his handwriting and his relationship to plaintiff and to Scott Patterson.
- Custodian of Records.
- IBM – Harry Crist, Jr. was an employee of IBM and this corporation is aware of his employment activities from November 24, 1987 to December 1, 1987. IBM also has information about his mental disposition. He had no known mental problem nor did he demonstrate any bizarre behavior.
- Town of Fishkill Police Department – Harry Crist, Jr. was a part-time police officer with this department. He was a policeman in good standing with no history of any mental problem. He was absent from work virtually every day for a week preceding his death.
- Montclair Town House Condominiums – Testimony will be offered by this apartment or any relevant management company concerning the leases of Glenda Brawley and Steven A. Pagones.
- Paul Sullivan – He is an attorney for the Pavillion Condominiums who has previously testified at this civil action and who is subject to recall. Among other things, he will provide the evidentiary foundation for the admission of the lease of Glenda Brawley commencing on or about November 7, 1987.
- Nikki Pagones – She was plaintiff’s fiancée in 1987. They were married in June 1988. Plaintiff has referred to his wife as an alibi witness during the trial but he apparently will refuse to summon her to the witness stand. She apparently can account for his whereabouts at some point in time from November 24, 1987 to November 28, 1987. An alibi witness, however, is a person who must give testimony at the trial.
- Edwin Garcia – He was a friend of plaintiff who can give testimony about plaintiff’s undisclosed relationship to the state grand jury and about plaintiff’s plan to capitalize off his status as a “victim” in the Tawana Brawley matter by engaging in a plan to write a book. He is also aware of and will give testimony about plaintiff’s illegal activities.
- Manny’s of Fishkill – Plaintiff’s gun supplier.
- Expert pathologist. He or she will give testimony as to the cause of death of Harry Crist, Jr
- Geraldo Rivera – He will give testimony as to the quotation attributable to the undersigned in paragraph “86” of plaintiff’s complaint.
- Phil Donahue – He will give testimony as to the quotation attributable to the undersigned in paragraph “102” of plaintiff’s complaint.
- “John Doe” – The state trooper or state police investigator who purportedly informed Steven Pagones of the death of Harry Crist, Jr.
- Custodian or Editor or Reporter of Newspaper Articles of the Poughkeepsie Journal. The custodian will give testimony about articles printed in the Poughkeepsie Journal which quotes plaintiff or his spokesperson about matters involving Tawana Brawley or Harry Crist, Jr.
- Alton H. Maddox, Jr. – He is a party to this civil action.
Very truly yours,
Alton H. Maddox, Jr.