“Legitimate Rape” Started in the Seventeenth Century ©

A strategic rally for Tawana and Glenda Brawley will be held this Wednesday at 7:00 p.m. at Brooklyn Christian Center, 1061 Atlantic Ave. (bet. Franklin and Classon Avenues) in Brooklyn. Take the “C” train to Franklin Avenue. This strategic rally will honor this wise saying: “If you fail to plan, you plan to fail”.

The details of this strategic rally will not be discussed on the Internet. The “element of surprise” will not be compromised. For Black women, legitimate rape has not given an inch since 1619. White women, on the other hand, have organized feminist organizations and have made some headway in militating against “legitimate rape”.

In four hundred years, Blacks have only seen one movement in the United States against “legitimate rape”. During this period, there have been some “moments” against legitimate rape with Black women being the victims. There were two “moments” in Montgomery before Dr. Martin L. King, Jr. became the pastor of Dexter Avenue Baptist Church. Rev. Vernon Johns had to flee the crime scene for being “outspoken” against them. White supremacists called the shot for Johns’ ouster.

History of “legitimate rape” would repeat itself in New York. The struggle against “legitimate rape” in New York became a “movement” and not a “moment”. Its longevity alone, since the rape of Tawana Brawley in 1987, exhibits its success to date. To keep up with this people’s struggle, New York has had to falsify events and documents.

For example, Harry Crist, a police officer Jr., who also was a suspect, was murdered. The murder related to the rape of Tawana Brawley. Crist did not kill himself as New York’s top law enforcement agent, Robert Abrams, claimed. New York is engaged in a cover-up. The pathologist who examined Crist’s body, exposed Abrams’ lie. He was never charged with “obstruction of justice”.

Now, New York is suppressing documents. Because Tawana Brawley was never served with a summons and complaint in Pagones v. Maddox, et. al., the Dutchess County Clerk’s Office admits that it has no affidavit or any other proof of service of process. This means that any default judgment against her is bogus. Stated differently, New York never had jurisdiction over Tawana Brawley.

Yet, New York has no intention of raising the white flag because the Thirteenth Amendment only forbids the institution of slavery. New York’s trump card is “might makes right”. Since 1865, no lawyer, with the support of Blacks, has had the courage to challenge the status of Blacks under the concept of “badges of slavery” which is still intact. “Legitimate rape” is a “badge of slavery”.

To fight the “badges of slavery”, these components must be present and implemented on behalf of Tawana Brawley:
1. Goals
2. Timetable
3. Strategy
4. Tactics

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