“Rosa Parks – Muhammad Ali” Executive Order


Yesterday, the headline in the Daily News read “Chased To His Death”: S.I. teen fleeing racists dies from asthma:  Pack yelled N-word ‘I’m gonna shoot You’: Eerie echo of 1986 Howard Beach slay.  The victim was Dayshen McKenzie, sixteen years old and a child of African ancestry.

On June 2, 2016, I published an article entitled “How to Prosecute and Convict George Zimmerman” in the online library of UNIVERSITYOFALTONMADDOX.COM citing Howard Beach and giving tribute to Elizabeth Jennings, Rosa Parks and Muhammad Ali.  They inspired my demand for a special prosecutor in Howard Beach.

There was a message that Elizabeth Jennings expressed in Manhattan; Rosa Parks expressed in Montgomery; and Muhammad Ali expressed in Houston.  They would not cooperate with evil.  All militant stances involve risks. Any positive change in white supremacy is attendant with a risk up to and including an assassination.

It is standard practice for an elected prosecutor to prosecute white racists in a racially-motivated case.  The suspects are, typically, the constituents of the elected prosecutor.  The victim is usually a transient. Constituents keep elected prosecutors in office. This is a class action.  It involves all similarly-situated, elected prosecutors.

In 1986, in Howard Beach, Gov. Mario Cuomo did not want to break rank and appoint a special prosecutor through an executive order. Black selected officials closed rank behind Gov. Cuomo and Mayor Edward I. Koch.  In these situations, black selected officials favor the Democratic Party over black constituents.  My demand was non-negotiable.  Gov. Cuomo had to raise the white flag.

For most blacks, Howard Beach was over in February 1987.  Whites do not sufferamnesia.  My name and face went on a “wanted” poster.  The fatal blow is delivered when blacks are in the deep throes of amnesia. This happened four days after Joseph Fama was convicted for the murder of Yusuf Hawkins. I was chief counsel for the Hawkins family. The person who makes the demand must suffer the punishment.

Gov. Cuomo did not have to go to the New York Legislature for the appointment of a special prosecutor in Howard Beach.  Similarly, President Barack Obama does not have to go to Congress for an independent counsel in the prosecution of George Zimmerman for the murder of Trayvon Martin for civil rights violations.

This morning, President Barack Obama and the “First Lady,” along with former President Bill Clinton and former “First Lady” Hillary Clinton, honored Muhammad Ali.  They had also, similarly, honored Rosa Parks.  The greatest tribute to Muhammad Ali would be a call for the prosecution of George Zimmerman and an executive order for this prosecution.

The late Gov. Cuomo and former NYS Attorney General Robert Abrams demanded that I repeal the “Rosa Parks-Muhammad Ali” executive order in the prosecution of the six white men who had raped Tawana Brawley.  I refused to cooperate with them:  white men. These public officials went on to defame Tawana Brawley and to impose a lifetime ban on my “privilege” to earn a living.

The May 27, 2016 editorial in the New York Times entitled “Move Quickly Against a Rogue D.A.” incorporates and summarizes the effort of Gov. Andrew Cuomo to formally repeal the “Rosa Parks-Muhammad Ali” executive order.  The instruction that President Thomas Jefferson gave to white men was the following: “The cost of freedom is eternal vigilance.”  It must be observed by blacks.



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