Mayor William de Blasio
New York, NY 10007
Re: CPW Towers, LLC v. Maddox, Index No. L&T 86146
(Civ. Ct., N.Y. Co. 2014)
Dear Mayor de Blasio:
I am inviting thousands of persons of goodwill to attend the above-mentioned summary, holdover proceeding on this Wednesday. “Judge-shopping” is permitted in New York Civil Court. On August 3, 2016, this summary proceeding was scheduled for Part C of the Housing Part. The landlord was able to violate CPLR § 2119. It is now in Part F. On October 18, the above-referenced summary proceeding should be back in Part C of the Manhattan Civil Court.
False representations, in presidential debates, were made by Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump, both of New York, about the validity of “stop, question and frisk” under NY Penal Law § 140.50. It cries out for a “test case” as was used during the Civil Rights Movement. Unfortunately, all black and Latino lawmakers are in accord with it even though it violates the Fourth Amendment. All “badges of slavery” are “intact” in New York.
Leola Maddox and I came dangerously close, in New York, of sharing the fatal experience of Harry and Harriette Moore, on Christmas Day 1951, in Mims, FL. The Moores were “blown to bits and pieces” for advocating for rights that had been promised to all descendants of enslaved Africans under the Reconstruction amendments in addition to the Bill of Rights.
United African Movement had just returned from a “humanitarian effort” from the devastating effects of “Hurricane Floyd” in 1999. The Cotton Club had allowed UAM to use its entertainment facilities as a “warehouse.” Contributions came from throughout New York, New Jersey and Connecticut. The explosion, in our apartment, was a retaliatory action for providing humanitarian relief to the all-black town of Princeville, NC.
I have been “constructively evicted” from my apartment because conditions exist in it that breach the implied warranty of habitability, promotes harassment under the Rent Stabilization Law and it is “unsafe and dangerous” for human habitation. Notwithstanding the compelling evidence, no Housing Court judge has used, for more than a quarter of a century, his or her implied or express powers to remedy the grievances. This inaction is concerted.
No other attorney has fought harder, and on a pro bono basis, for historically-oppressed persons than I have had to do in New York. As a result, many laws and rules have been changed in New York to improve the lives of impoverished and despised persons regardless of religious and racial differences. They are in the public record.
Among other laws, I caused New York’s first “hate crime” legislation and causedpro bono requirements for attorneys, in addition to having an impeccable, disciplinary record. Manhattan District Attorney, Robert Morgenthau, unsuccessfully, prosecuted me in People v. Maddox for my demand for justice in Michael Stewart. This prosecution ended in an acquittal. U.S. Attorney Rudolph Giuliani convened a federal grand jury, in 1983, to investigate me. This was a scare tactic.
In 1983, I was the chief counsel for all defendants in the “Day of Outrage” trial before Judge Albert Koch of the NYC Criminal Court. Evidence unfolded that New York City was using blacks as “stool pigeons” in violation of the “doctrine of preferred freedoms” as that term is defined under Murdock v. Pennsylvania, 319 U.S. 105 (1943).
After calling two, “leading activists,” in the black community, to the witness stand to convince Judge Koch that I was not engaged in a “fishing expedition,” he ordered the New York Police Department to produce its list of “Negro, stool pigeons.” This was unprecedented. I had demonstrated a great familiarity with the persons on the list. Judge Koch “ordered” the NYPD to give the “snitch” list to me.
The NYPD successfully appealed his decision. The appellate decision found that the use of these “stool pigeons” by the NYPD was necessary to maintain control of blacks. Certain of these “leading blacks” have unbridled access to your mayoral administration. They are “Judas goats” but “gullible” blacks are following them.
Unfortunately, the NYC Department of Education, which, systematically, disenfranchises black and Latino parents, has engaged in practices that have had the “effect” of mentacide. This is a prelude to genocide in violation of the United Nations Charter and the grievances are ripe for the World Court.
Pursuant to Hirabayashi v. United States, and Korematsu v. United States, you have “upped the ante” by introducing pre-K into the school system. This is another example of “bait-and-switch” as that term is being used by the Housing Parts of the New York Civil Court against black and Latino tenants.
“Stool pigeons” have also surrounded me in United African Movement and Freedom Party. This is thwarting my attempt for blacks to have a “political voice,” nationwide, and it violates the First and Fifteenth amendments of the U.S. Constitution.
In 1994, former Mayor Rudolph Giuliani filed the legal challenge against the Freedom Party. The late Governor Mario Cuomo was in accord. This was a preference for the Libertarian Party over the Freedom Party. It will continue to inure to the detriment of our children.
Black voters have continued to finance and endorse their political oppression by engaging in “plantation politics” which arose out of the United Color Democracy. Of course, “black history” is not taught to our children and noted, black historians, are in accord like leading black, political, “stool pigeons.”
This week, a black male sucker-punched an elderly black woman in Queens. Because blacks have never been taught “cause and effect,” they are speechless, glueless and clueless. Ethics, in the black community, eroded afterBrown v. Board of Education, another example of a “bait-and-switch.”
The “cause” can also be found in censorship coupled with an organized UFT and a Patrolmen’s Benevolent Association and your own pernicious, mayoral policies. I objected, sua sponte, to your mayoral bid in a newspaper advertisement in 2013. My “military intelligence” was correct.
It is necessary for there to be a “show of force” on Wednesday at Manhattan Civil Court. This is a demand for a call to an end to these life-threatening policies and practices. This is an SOS (“save our souls”). It is also a “May Day.” Blacks are unable to walk or stand, safely, on sidewalks nationwide. All schools should be empty on Wednesday. This would be a “show of force” for black and Latino children.
This effort, for a “massive turnout,” is being thwarted because I am subject to censorship, nationwide, in addition to limitations on my “right to travel” and my “right to earn a living.” Nonetheless, I have continued to be an unwavering voice with scant financial support, for the oppressed despite great opposition from selected and public officials.
Alton H. Maddox, Jr.
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