United African Movement

Alton h. Maddox, jr. Tel.: (718) 834-9034 Chairman Fax : (718) 884-8241
P.O. Box 35
Bronx, NY 10471

July 21, 2013

Hon. Barack Obama
The President
The White House
1600 Pennsylvania Avenue, N.W.
Washington, DC 20500

Re: Justice for Trayvon Martin and Pagones v. Brawley

Dear Mr. President:

United African Movement, which has been in the vanguard of securing convictions in racially-motivated murders and in defending victims of “legitimate rape” and the “prey” in the United States who are barred from using self-defense against their “predators”, is deeply concerned about the acquittal of George Zimmerman arising out of judicial and prosecutorial engineering. American jurisprudence is based on natural law.

There is an axiom in the law which states that “for every wrong there is a right”. As “collateral heirs” of Charles Hamilton Houston, we must put on our social engineering hats and search for realistic remedies for a judicial system, nationwide, that blue-ribbon commissions have described as “infested with racism”.

The solutions must start at the top and they will not simply come from a bully-pulpit in the executive branch of government. Without Congressional approval, you may allow for the erection of a statue of Trayvon Martin in front of federal courthouses in Florida in addition to renaming those courthouses in his memory with remarks from his parents inscribed on them.

Pagones v. Brawley, which arises out of a garnishment summons, is scheduled to be heard in the Surry Circuit Court in Surry, VA on July 23, 2013 at 9:00 a.m. in a courthouse with architecture which still gives great deference to the Confederate States of America including a statue of a “Confederate hero” with a “Confederate flag” inscribed on it.

Tawana Brawley believes that a Confederate statue on the public grounds of a Virginia courthouse amounts to a “badge of slavery” in violation of the Thirteenth Amendment of the U.S. Constitution in addition to offending Section 1 of the Fourteenth Amendment of the U.S. Constitution. Virginia has also breached its agreement after the Civil War for readmission to the Union and to Congress.

In addition to the afore-mentioned violations of the U.S. Constitution, Tawana Brawley is losing more than Three Hundred Dollars of her wages every two weeks which the Commonwealth of Virginia gives to her rapist, Steven Pagones, under the Full Faith and Credit Clause, even though she never enjoyed her “day in court” in New York and because Pagones is collaterally estopped from enjoying any default judgment in New York because a jury in Dutchess County Supreme Court in 1998 found that Pagones was “involved in the kidnapping and rape of Tawana Brawley” and that he was one of the “attackers”.

This issue of garnishment of wages is also a “badge of slavery”; it is reminiscent of Celia A. Slave; and it has reduced Tawana Brawley to “involuntary servitude”. Prosecutorial discretion may apply to criminal law violations but it should not apply to civil rights violations. Tawana Brawley will not be appearing in this courthouse on July 23, 2013 because an appearance would violate her constitutional rights.

On behalf of UAM, I have respectfully requested the U.S. Justice Department to intervene in this matter in Surry Circuit Court in Surry, VA on July 23, 2013. This is a matter of grave public importance including the question, “whether slavery is subject to prosecutorial discretion by the U.S. Justice Department”.

Very truly yours,

Alton H. Maddox, Jr.

cc: Hon. Eric Holder
Attorney General of the United States
Hon. Bobby Scott
3rd Congressional District of Virginia


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