Tawana Brawley: “The Rest of the Story” on 9/11/13 ©

 Why did Steven Pagones, who participated in the rape and kidnapping of Tawana Brawley, secure a bogus, default judgment, crafted in 1991, to use in Virginia in 2008 as a basis for purchasing an index number.  Pagones then waited another five years to use the index number under the Full Faith and Credit Clause to garnish her wages. Why?   Compare the Fugitive Slave Law.


            Pagones retained a law firm in Norfolk, VA to represent him.  This law firm is located in “Confederate Square” and a “partner” made it clear to Alton Maddox, Michael Lloyd and Mugallibu El (Fred Dean) on July 23, 2013 that he still respects the “badges of slavery” including the Fugitive Slave Law.


            Before these men and others travelled to the Commonwealth of Virginia, the legal proceeding on July 23, 2013 was officially denominated as a “trial” even though the Commonwealth of Virginia started to garnish her wages on February 8, 2013 absent due process of law.  Richmond, VA was designated as the first capital of the Confederacy.


            This is evidence that the Commonwealth of Virginia still enforces the laws of the Confederate States of America.  A zebra never changes its stripes and a leopard never changes its spots.  What you see is what you get at the courthouse in Surry, VA.  There is a Confederate statute on the outside of the courthouse.  A Confederate soldier and a Confederate flag are on it.  The American flag is not prominently displayed on the public grounds.


            In four hundred years, Tawana Brawley is the first person of African ancestry to ever object, as a party to litigation, about the architecture of a courthouse and its surroundings.  The question is whether a courthouse in the Commonwealth of Virginia with Confederate symbols on its public grounds constitute a “badge of slavery” in violation of the Thirteenth Amendment?


            On July 23, 2013, the law firm representing Pagones failed to appear in court for trial. Instead, it furnished the judge with an order which it had prepared without offering a reason, in a public setting, for the judge to sign it.  Under the law, Tawana Brawley is entitled to a public trial. Ghosts are now allowed to practice law in the Commonwealth of Virginia.  Nonetheless, a ghost writer prepared the order for the judge’s signature.


            Did the judge sign it?  You will hear the rest of the story on Wednesday, 9/11/13 at 7:00 p.m. at Brooklyn Christian Center, 1061 Atlantic Avenue (bet.  Classon and Franklin) in Brooklyn.  Take the “C” train to Franklin Avenue.  The law requires you to appear in court with an “open mind”.  There will be a “surprise” on Wednesday.  It is still true that a zebra never changes its stripes and a leopard never changes its spots.


            Bring a copy of the U.S. Constitution with you to the Brooklyn Christian Center.  You should never leave home without it.  This was a secret to the success of Freedom Retreat for Boys and Girls. This lack of warning was the down fall of the “Scottsboro Boys” and “Central Park 7”.  If Tawana Brawley is a citizen, the U.S. Constitution has already decided Pagones v. Brawley. Otherwise, her fate has been determined by Dred Scott.

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