Time Magazine has won a World Press Photo Multimedia award based on Ramsey Orta’s video-tape of NYPD’s deadly confrontation with Eric Garner. The chokehold death of Eric Garner is a class action. All Blacks are targets. Garner was the victim. There were “no innocent bystanders” including Ramsey Orta who fell prey to the “assassins.”
When the office of Chief Medical Examiner of New York City classified Garner’s death as a “homicide,” Richmond County District Attorney Dan Donovan got busy. Orta’s lips had to be sealed and his credibility undermined. The videotape of Garner’s death was the “smoking gun.” Orta would have to lay the foundation for its admissibility to the Richmond County grand jury. He had to be stopped.
U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder has never heard that a prosecutor can get a grand jury to indict a ham sandwich. It is now taught in the first-year of law school. The grand jury is the long-arm of the prosecutor’s office. It is a “secret society” in its own right. Like any “secret society,” it has its own assassins. Those “assassins” are a member of another “secret society” like the KKK. They protect the king.
This is why Holder lied about the standard of proof in a civil rights prosecution. The federal government has relinquished its responsibility to protect the civil rights of Blacks under 18 USC § 242. Compare the civil rights prosecution of Lemrick Nelson. Any relief for a civil rights violation must be found in 42 USC § 1933. This emboldens the “silver rites” movement.
If Public Advocate Letitia James were serious about grand jury reform, she would attack the grand jury at its “Achilles heel.” NYS Attorney General Robert Abrams fumbled the Brawley grand jury investigation. This was the strategy of Charles Hamilton Houston in attacking Jim Crow. James, on the other hand, is engaged, figuratively, in a “one-night stand.”
The Garner family has chosen Rev. Al Sharpton as its navigator. Unfortunately, Sharpton’s itinerary goes back to Liberty University in Lynchburg, VA. He and Sen. Ted Cruz of Texas share a common thread: Rev. Jerry Falwell. Sharpton represents the work of a “social chameleon” and not of a social engineer. Dr. King failed to praise Rev. Falwell. Rev. Falwell criticized Dr. King’s program of social change. Also, compare Sharpton and Sen. Strom Thurmond.
Both Sharpton and the Garner family have thrown Orta under the bus and they are only seeking personal justice instead of preventive justice. This raises serious questions about Sharpton’s motives. Throwing Orta under the bus would certainly benefit Richmond County District Attorney Donovan and Mayor William de Blasio. Patrick Lynch of the PBA would be a third party beneficiary.
In writing a detailed letter to U. S. Attorney Bharara Preet and penning “Judge Judy and the Hearsay Rule,” I have spilled my guts for the benefit of the Sixth Amendment. If Orta, Tawana Brawley or myself have any friends, it would be the time for them to speak up. Attorney “Calhoun” of “Amos n’ Andy” anonymity could win this case and look like Charles Hamilton Houston in the process. The case is a puzzle replete with identifiable and connecting dots.
The Black community was fortunate to have, in its midst, an attorney who would forsake his legal career for the public good. History fails to document any other Black attorney with a similar legal history of being a sacrificial lamb for his people. He should at least enjoy a semblance of support for the benefit of Blacks.
Any race with a blinking brain cell would certainly embrace this attorney for its own benefit. The right of legal representation belongs to the public and not to an attorney. This is the logic that applies to all media broadcasters. For the tri-state, May 1, 2015 is the target date. Compare a right with a privilege.
Ethics requires reciprocity. Instead, Blacks prefer to punish their friends and reward their enemies. Anyone who steers clear of white supremacists is an admirable candidate for our vote. United African Movement and Freedom Party are in the mix. We prefer to endorse and finance our own oppression.
Even though the Obama Administration has given “civil rights” the boot, Blacks prefer to remain loyal to the Democratic Party. When the Senate initiates its Senate confirmation hearings for Loretta Lynch, Blacks should upset the applecart. The issue is civil rights policy and not Loretta Lynch.
I have no reason to charge Loretta Lynch with not being a decent person but it is about civil rights. Her current plan is to seek Senate confirmation for a sinecure. As the U.S. attorney general, she will have no duties to enforce civil rights. This is the doctrine of stare decisis. Holder is its architect. The Tea Party will transport Blacks to the concentration camps. Black Lives Matter?
I am a strict adherent to the philosophies and principles of Hon. Marcus Garvey and I have always promoted “racial pride” even it if has been to my own detriment. Blacks owe a debt of thanks to Ramsey Orta and “I Can’t Breathe” which is a plea that was heard world-wide. We should not allow a backwater prosecutor to diminish our reputation. We should send “our best and our brightest” to a Staten Island courtroom to represent us competently and zealously.
For more than two decades, several thousand persons have received my invaluable, writings on politics, law and military science, free of any cost, even though the fixed costs to publish them including research, writing, editing and publishing have exceeded over Twenty-five Hundred Dollars monthly. There is also now a need to upgrade equipment, legal literature and software and to resume the practice of law as the private attorney general without “judicial bullying.” “Freedom is not free.” No one should ride the back of another person. This is an accounting principle.
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