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Wednesday, 29 February 2012

Google's New Privacy Policy Goes Into Effect

Google is launching its new privacy policy which combines personal information across its multiple products like Gmail and YouTube. As AP's Haven Daley reports, there are steps to "opt out.

Solidarity vs. Privilege (Ramble)

I had a little scuffle on the internet, and after taking some time to reflect on it I made this video.
Clearly this topic deserves more thought but this is a start.
Here's an article about black unemployment: http://money.cnn.com/2011/09/02/news/economy/black_unemployment_rate/index.htm

Taminko Sanford & Family

A famous peace activist once said, "Wisdom is knowing what to do next; virtue is doing it." You are obviously both wise and virtuous.

We received some bad news, and would like everyone to stand back for a moment. We value your support, but please do not pursue any further actions without our families consent. We need time to accept the recent devastating ruling in my sons case. 

Thank You,
Taminko Sanford & Family

URGENT Action for the Cuban 5 Roberto González,

Roberto González, René's brother,

is gravely ill.

Tell President Obama:

Let René visit Roberto!

Comité Nacional por la Libertad de los Cinco Cubanos

Roberto González, René's only sibling and an important member of the Cuban Five's legal team, is gravely ill with cancer in a Havana hospital. As Cuban Five supporters know, although René has served his unjust sentence of more than 13 years in U.S. prison, as a punitive measure he is being forced to serve probation in the United States. As a result he is unable to be with his brother at this critical time, unless he receives special permission to do so.
His attorney Phil Horowitz has filed an emergency court petition requesting permission for René to return to Cuba for only two weeks to visit his brother in the hospital. The petition states, "Over the past nearly five months since his release from incarceration, the defendant has faithfully complied with each and every condition of his supervised release." Horowitz tells the National Committee, "The motion that is being filed is not unusual; it is common for a defendant to seek court permission on an emergency basis, to travel internationally for health concerns of a family member."
René, as well as the other four, should be allowed to return to Cuba immediately and permanently. However, in this emergency we ask you to contact President Obama and urge him to immediately allow René to return to Cuba for two weeks as a humanitarian gesture.

Please use the form below to send an email to Obama.You can also call the White House at 202-456-1111 to make the same request. Please act now! 



Free All Political Prisoners!


Anonymous Revenge: Interpol site down after hacktivists arrested

The Interpol website has reportedly become the latest target of the so-called 'Hacktivist Anonymous group' which advocates Internet freedom. The attack came as Interpol announced it arrested 25 suspected hackers from the movement in Europe and South America.

United States vs. Manning & Assange

Michael Ratner: Army is trying to pressure Manning into implicating Julian Assange so that he too can be charged and extradited to US

Tuesday, 28 February 2012

Hollie Grieg Case In Depth

This Brave man has been sentenced to one year in prison today for trying to protect a mother and daughter from the claws of high powered pedophiles, and to get justice for the rape and torture of her daughter.

And the powers that be are doing all they can to humiliate and break apart this woman and her daughter and are still trying to split them apart even thought they are the victims.

Robert Green gives a detailed outline of the Hollie Greig child abuse case with Belinda McKenzie

To keep up to date and get involved in supporting this case visit ..


To comment further on this video and other related subjects visit here.


Anyone's a Terrorist: Fear-mongering machine takes over US

Presidential authorisation for the military to detain terror suspects without charge or trial has left Americans wary. Washington says it's beefing up national security as part of the war on terror. But critics say fear-mongering is dividing, not uniting the nation. RT's Marina Portnaya reports.

Staying true to yourself

Reputation is the name for what others know you by and how they perceive you but under every good, solid reputation is the foundation of a very strong character for it is character that brings out and enhances the true qualities of your reputation and who you really are. Build your reputation upon a steadfast character that supports your morals and values because by staying true to yourself, you will gain more respect for standing for what you believe then for blending in and following the crowd. -Jenna Kandyce Linch



Maya Angelou
Washington, DC (BlackNews.com) -- In recognition of Black History Month, BeccaStone.com had the great privilege of speaking with Dr. Maya Angelou, one of the literary giants and artistic treasures of our time. Dr. Angelou shared her thoughts on parenting, motherhood, education and lessons she learned as a child. Check out these must-read excerpts from BeccaStone.com founder Stephanie Phillipps' chat with Dr. Angelou and then head over to www.beccastone.com for the full interview!
On learning the difference between being lovable vs. likable:

"My mother explained how lovable I was, maybe not so likable, but lovable. Sometimes my temper had to be controlled when I was young, but she told me I could control anything about myself and remain lovable."

On becoming a teen mom at age 16:

"When my mother found out I was pregnant, she asked if I knew who the father was. I said that I slept with him one time. She asked me, 'Do you love him.' I said 'No.' She asked, 'Does he love you?,' and I said 'No.' In that case, she said, I will not ruin 3 lives. She did not put me down at any time and she loved my son. My mother liberated me to life by helping me to realize that I could raise my son."

On the importance of educating children:

"My grandmother gave me one order that was two pronged: When you get, give. When you learn, teach. I'm every child's teacher. I'll stop at any time with anybody. Give the child enough education -- education is imperative. And let them know that you're always there, but don't hold them in the house. Let them go. Encourage them to be self-reliant. Give them self-respect."

Beccastone is an interactive community and social network devoted to empowering mothers of Black children. Beccastone.com is a production of Genkast LLC, based in Washington, D.C. The Beccastone mark is the property of Genkast LLC. For additional information, please contact smp@beccastone.com or visit www.beccastone.com.


Wrongful conviction

There's a new push for the state to compensate people who are wrongfully convicted and imprisoned for crimes.

Sunday, 26 February 2012

sabotager the poisonous snake

To whom this msg concerns you know who you are . B.T can track your details via I.P.S and email so i hope for your sake and your familys to avoid embarrisment and shame that you were smart enough to have used a dispoable phone other wise i 'll see you in court when investigtions has been followed though.

jealousy is a deasie i wish you the best in a full recovery please dont choke on envy as i know you dont like what i do but you keep watching me and try to sabotage me however you cant stop me putting my work out helping communitys and putting light in to the dark spaces I am the voice of the voiceless the sight to the blind wHO are you ?

Saturday, 25 February 2012


The struggle is not over. We want Justice for Aiyana Jones (7 year old unjustifiably killed by Detroit Police.

Rev. Omar Wilks Interviews Veteran Civil Rights Activist Rev. C. Herbert...

This interview took place on Rev. Omar Wilks online Radio Program called Unison Global Talk. The Subject of the discussion is called HOLD THE LINE (The Civil Rights Movement).
Veteran Civil Rights leader Rev. C. Herbert Oliver discussed issues relating to the Civil Rights Movement.He will play a speech given by Rev. Ralph Abernathy who was a close Aid to Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. This speech was a pivotal moment in the civil rights movement and this speech is something that will be played for the first time for the public since it was given in the 1960's By Rev. Ralph Abernathy. Rev. Oliver was there in person to witness and record this special moment in history.

to see video on the life of Veteran Civil Rights leader Rev. C. Herbert Oliver (click on link):

to go to the Radio Station of Unison Global Talk (click on link):

Friday, 24 February 2012

MUMIA DFDR: 1-26-12 Noam Chomsky reads "Of Idiots and Sages" by Mumia Ab...

Mumia Abu Jamal - Dispatches From Death Row
Prison Radio

MUMIA DFDR: 1-16-12 Whose King

Mumia Abu Jamal - Dispatches From Death Row
Prison Radio

When Africa Called... CUBA ANSWERED!


Saturday February 25th, 2012 @ 7pm-9pm

The Brecht Forum 451 West Street

(between Bank and Bethune Streets)

Take the A, C, E or L to 14th Street & 8th Ave, walk down 8th Ave. to Bethune, turn right, walk west to the River, turn left

Join us for this special Black History Month event dedicated to the Cuban 5!

African American Activists have played a key role in supporting the Cuban Revolution! Join us for a night of discussion as we explore this rich political history!

We will be showing the amazing film After the Battle by Estela Bravo: For 13 years, Cubans and Angolans fought side by side against South African forces in a little-known war that helped to change the destiny of one part of Africa. What was the motivation and what was the outcome for the ones who took part in their conflict? Those who fought answer these questions for each side. Filmed on location in Angola, South Africa, Namibia and Cuba, this documentary examines the politics of the war from all sides and features remarkable combat footage, archival material and interviews with Cuban and South African soldiers as well as grieving families of those who were killed in the war.

Michael Tarif Warren, Attorney and Activist

Benjamin Ramos Rosado, The Popular Education Project to Free the Cuban 5

Liz Hernández Majumder, The Venceremos Brigade
Suggested donation: $5-10 (no one will be turned away for lack of funds)

Sponsored by: The Popular Education Project to Free the Cuban 5, Jericho NYC, and The Guillermo Morales/Assata Shakur Center of CCNY.



Free All Political Prisoners!

nycjericho@gmail.com • www.jerichony.org

Thursday, 23 February 2012

Knock-in FREE premix...


freelaylay @ Twitter Facebook & SoundCloud...

Truth Seeking, -FREE, -Spirit, -standing for something, -than fall for nothing, -ready, -& loaded, -at 75 words, -a minute, -on the front line, -running on Instinct, -& Intuition, -alone, -synchronicity, -is, -my time...

Weak-a-Link: Manning trial warning for whistleblowers?

After nearly two years in custody, Private First Class Bradley Manning is scheduled to be arraigned Thursday at a general court-martial at Fort Meade in Maryland. Manning faces 22 counts, for his alleged leaking of classified material to the website Wikileaks, and critics say some of the harshest charges against him are meant to make an example of him, to dissuade anyone from leaking any sensitive information in the future.

Solidarity with Jalil Muntaqim Direct Action.mov

The Radical Caucus of Occupy Albany and the New York State Prisoner Justice Network will be demonstrating in solidarity with political prisoner Jalil Muntaqim, currently sentenced to six months in the SHU (Segregated Housing Unit) at Attica Prison. We will use the People's Mic for a call and response of our demands to an end of mass incarceration, over-sentencing to the SHU, and specifically to bring attention to Jalil's case.

Wednesday, 22 February 2012

No justice for woman tasered to brain death

In the US, a twenty-year-old woman has been left in a coma after being tasered by a Florida police officer while handcuffed. Doctors say the woman was left brain dead during the incident and will likely never wake up.

The police officer involved in the incident has been cleared of any wrongdoing. This comes as the United States is under increasing fire over its use of the electro-shock weapon.

Tuesday, 21 February 2012


The evidential proof of every abuse documented in this film is freely available on the website: www.Expendable.tv

Expendable: The Political Sacrifice Of Schapelle Corby

How a government wilfully withheld vital evidence from a court of law, deceived its public, orchestrated an unprecedented media campaign, and ruthlessly deployed its organs of state against one of its own citizens.

This is a frightening but entirely true narrative; a grotesque political horror story which is still unfolding today. It exposes what happens when an individual's human rights conflict with strategic political need. It reveals the ruthless use of a government's organs of state, and a regime of unprecedented opinion management, against a single working class woman and her desperate family.

It presents, and demonstrates, the crushing, pre-meditated, and often brutal acts which a western government is prepared to inflict upon a helpless citizen, in pursuit of political expediency.

Racist Pro-Voter ID Ad?

Was a pro-voter ID ad by Minnesota Majority racist? Take Action Minnesota thinks so. Ana Kasparian and Cenk Uygur discuss on The Young Turks.


The Lynne Stewart Report : February 6, 2012. (Part 2 of 2.)


(NOTE: Originally scheduled Feb 27 event is off, but Feb 28 & 29 events are on; hope to see you there!)

Taking Aim's Mya Shone and Ralph Schoenman interview Ralph Poynter, husband of attorney Lynne Stewart who is currently a political prisoner in the Carswell Federal Prison facility outside of Fort Worth, TX.

Lynne's appeal will begin at 10 AM on Wed, Feb 29, 2012 and people are encouraged to participate in the following events to stand up for "The People's Lawyer", Lynne Stewart:
(1) Tue, Feb 28, 2012, 5 PM - at Tom Paine Park (AKA: Foley Square Park), just beside the Federal Courthouse at 500 Pearl Street where Lynne's appeal will be heard: OCCUPY TOM PAINE PARK!!! Come out and stay over night in the park to let the government know that we dissent from the use of incarceration as a tool of political terror.

(2) Wed, Feb 29, 2012, 10 AM - at 500 Pearl Street, the Federal Courthouse: RALLY TO FREE LYNNE STEWART AND ALL POLITICAL PRISONERS!!!

Please watch this important video for further information about Lynne, her appeal, and these events.

time to rise up

by dandailey

I was talking today with a reporter with one of the three newspapers that have been interfering with Jordan Brown’s Constitutional right to a speedy trial, and I want to repeat here what I told this reporter.
Today is the third anniversary of the crime and Jordan's wrongful detention, and justice for Jordan is just as distant and beyond his (and our) reach as it was three long years ago... except that the idea of justice is today more tortured and abused, and we are more cynical and resigned to business-as-usual.
I think it is high time for all of us who have been following and involved in Jordan's case to do some soul-searching and take action. This wrongful imprisonment of a child, the theft of his childhood, is the responsibility of more than just a few dishonest cops and prosecutors and politicians and second-rate lawyers. In varying degrees we have all allowed it to happen. Why have we not risen up en masse and demanded that the evidence, most of which exonerates Jordan, be examined? Why have we not demanded that this outrage against reason and honest justice immediately cease? We are all culpable.
The lawsuit being pursued by the three newspapers is threatening the freedoms of all Americans, not just the rights of a single child. The lawsuit might be good for the newspaper business, but it does not serve a higher good as long as the Constitutional rights of this child are being violated. These papers have no right to invoke First Amendment protections while they contribute to a denial of Jordan's Sixth Amendment rights. If any of us start cherry-picking the Bill of Rights, if any of us start claiming that our Constitutional rights should preempt the Constitutional rights of others, then the whole ideal of freedom in America is doomed.
Who knows? Maybe the whole situation is already too far gone. A lot of people today are saying the Constitution is already null and void. But maybe we can still save it and get our freedoms back.
We are organizing a letter-writing campaign to the US Attorney General, the President, and to Pennsylvania Congressional members to ask for intervention in this case. The state of Pennsylvania has a statute called “Rule 600” that says a person should be tried for a crime within one year of being charged. The statutes regarding juveniles are even more strict: they maintain that a child must be tried within ten days of being charged. Jordan has already waited three years for a trial, and there is no certain end in sight.
Jordan is not doing well these days. He is fighting off depression and losing weight. He is losing ground with every day of prolonged imprisonment. Time is working against him. And remember: Jordan is innocent!
The real killer remains free in Lawrence County PA. He is a violent man, an alcoholic, and a threat to public safety.
Please visit http://www.facebook.com/events/212824898815204/ to learn how you can participate in this campaign to end this abuse of an innocent child and this threat to the freedoms of all.
 Please act now. There is no more time to spare.
Groove of the Day 

Monday, 20 February 2012

Davontae Sanford quest for freedom. On both moral and legal grounds

I unconditionally support this young man's quest for freedom. On both moral and legal grounds, we will wage a jihad for his release. We will not tire, we will not relent and we will fight for his justice. An injustice to him is personal to me because it is a wrong against us all. His rights violated were the rights we enjoy under our federal constitutional rights: due process and a fair trial. And it's time to remind this prosecutor, Kym Worthy, of those fundamental principles on April 9, 2012, at 8 a.m. on her doorsteps at the Frank Murphy Hall of Justice. Those who value those rights, please come. Those who are scared to speak out, stay away --Roberto Guzman

http://www.change.org/petitions/new-trial-for-davontae-sanford?share_id=ktKqmLlQUv via @change

Justice for Rahmarley Graham

Target: New York Police Department
Sponsored by: Susan V and Concerned Citizens
NYPD police followed 18-year-old Rahmarley Graham to his grandmother's Bronx apartment, broke down the door, entered, and shot him dead. Graham was unarmed.

The attorney for Graham's mother, Jeffrey Emdin, said the officers broke down the door illegally, entered the home illegally and used illegal force. They had no warrant.

The killing has sparked street protests and candlelight vigils in Graham's low-income, minority neighborhood, and the incident is being linked to a NYPD tactic called "stop-and-frisk," which targets such areas. With 85% of its search subjects from Latino and Black minorities last year, the program is a clear example of racial profiling.

Donna Lieberman of New York Civil Liberties Union told the Huff Post that this is more than "just collateral damage of policing in a big city." The public has every right to question if this shooting is a product of NYPD's "hyper-aggressive stop-and-frisk program..."

Demand Justice for Rahmarley Graham!



my words are not shared
for the purpose of entertaining you
though you may find some musing within them

nor are my words offered for the purposes
of sustaining you
that you must do for your self
get your God to help
whatever that may be
or whom He / She or It
is to you

my words reflect my pathway
my thoughts
my feelings
the floors
my ceilings
i experience
throughout my journey

some may say it is my struggle
that is ok
for they are right
the days
the nights
i travel
are that of my own

they may be somewhat recognizable
but don’t even try
to walk my path
find your own tours
and enjoy the sightseeing
you are paying for

whether by bus or train
the pain of it’s brevity
leads not to any particular levity
though we smile anyway

we tell stories
“Fish Stories” i think
to others and our selves too
about the Fairies and Elves we conjure
to make our lives dismally magical

i once did find a 4 leaf clover
and many 3 leaved ones i split
to sometimes 4
and many times more
as i dreamed of the possibilities
of deliverance

to where from what
ha ha ha

heaven some may call it
me, i just don’t know
many claim they do

i think that is what Faith covers
the ambiguity of the unseen
while we lazily await a harvest
from some seeds sown
yet we keep not the garden
with the same ardent behavior
with which we dream
do we ?
pardon me . . . .

and Ultimately
whatever that signifies
there may be truth
and many misogynistic lies
we happily hug and cling to
and we are not that much different
are we

wanting what is the Ultimate
but we really do not want to face it
with any semblance of finality
though we pretend to chase it

we would rather dream
and create visions of pretense
while sitting on the fences
of the defenses
of the self pretenses
colored by lore handed down
passed around
from ear to ear
fear to fear
tear to tear

is that queer or what
the butt kissing
and licking
and my bic is not flicking properly
cause it is made in Taiwan
yet Opie and Ron
Howard that is
are one and the same
though the names may differ
to feed you disconnectedness

and during this mess
as our ships are listing
threatening to drowns us
thus, we are poor swimmers
when it get’s right down to it
bottom dwellers are we ?
perchance ?

so ultimately
let me dance
as the clown in the court
a Jester gesturing
giving life the “Bird”
and those things i once heard
let me forget them as well
and then
at lease ultimately
i will be present


© 18 February 2012 : William S. Peters, Sr.



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http://WACPtv.ning.com More home owners are beginning to realize that Banks are not for the the purpose of being good guys to lenders. In fact, today's banksters are true gangsters.

Sunday, 19 February 2012

Free Devito, 20 years incarcerated for a crime he didn't commit Smile S...

This is a song by Squeak Macc ft Ray Paul & Mack Larry inspired by the unbelievable, unyielding faith and hope in the eyes of Gary Devito Walker each and every time we go visit him. To still have hope after 20 years of incarceration for a crime he didn't commit is unheard of. Each visit he speaks of his faith in God that one day he will be freed and this injustice will be exposed. PLEASE LISTEN TO EVERY WORD OF THIS SONG!! FREE DEVITO....

Mississippi, Death Row

Mississippi, the only time anyone will touch there loved one, is after his body is claimed.
Thank You,
http://www.change.org/petitions/governor-bryant-christopher-epps-and-mdoc-allow-mississippi-death-row-inmates-contact-visits?share_id=yOmtokWmtQ via @change

The Illuminati & Card Game & 2012 Olympic Games

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This Video is about the Illuminati & the Illuminati Card Games & the 2012 Olympic Games Conspiracy theory.

V for Vendetta — A Consciousness Message

If you want to know truth, look to some of these inspirational movies like V for Vendetta. These writers are being given amazing insight that is so valuable to our world! BRAVO to the writer, producers, directors and distributor of this movie—BRAVO!


cowardice would ask the question if its safe , expediences ask's if its politic , vanity ask if its popular. conciseness would ask the question is it right .. M.L.K

The Disability Living Allowance changes 2012 (Part 1 of 2)

Part 2: feat. Dame Ann Begg MP - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bcjL0xPMNQQ

Honduras jail visit exposes poor conditions

Families of 350 inmates killed in a prison fire in Honduras have been mourning the loss of their loved ones.

The disaster, which took place in Comayagua on February 14, has drawn international attention to the justice system and prisoner conditions in Honduras.

The country's 24 jails are all considered overcrowded, underfunded and chronically corrupt.

Al Jazeera's Andy Gallacher reports from Marcala.

Saturday, 18 February 2012

Our Enemies in Blue: Why is the NYPD After Me?


with Mary Black, Alfredo Carrasquillo, Joseph "Jazz" Hayden, Keeanga-Yamahtta Taylor, and Reverend Bernard Walker
Wednesday. February 22. 6:30PM.
Harlem School of the Arts
645 St. Nicholas Ave. (btwn 141st and 145th)
The racist practices of the NYPD are nothing new. But in recent weeks and months, the NYPD's brutality has been exposed to the world: from a New York Times editorial by a young black man who is one of the hundreds of thousands stopped and frisked each year because of the color of his skin, to the videos of the beating and pepper-spraying of peaceful Occupy Wall Street demonstrators, and recent revelations that the NYPD showed its officers the Islamophobic "Third Jihad" film featuring Comissioner Ray Kelly.
And more and more people are standing up, from the outburst of anger after the NYPD's beating of Jateik Reed and murder of Ramarley Graham, a growing movement against stop and frisk, marches against NYPD brutality, and in defense of Jazz Hayden, who is standing up to retaliation from the NYPD for his tireless efforts in documenting and exposing their harrassment of Black and Brown people in Harlem.
Join us for a discussion of the struggle against NYPD racism and brutality, the role of the police in our society, and what we can do to change it.
Mary Black is a Harlem mom speaking out against her son's victimization by stop & frisk.

Alfredo Carrasquillo is an organizer with VOCAL-NY

Jazz Hayden is a member of the Campaign to End the New Jim Crow and the recent victim of an illegal stop and frisk retaliatory arrest.

Keeanga-Yamahtta Taylor is a member of the International Socialist Organization and an activist for housing justice.
Rev. Bernard Walker is the father of Jateik Reed, victim of police brutality in the Bronx.

Sponsored by the International Socialist Organization (Uptown and Bronx Branches)

--Mumia is Innocent!  Stop the Frame Up!  Free Mumia!--

Free Mumia Abu-Jamal Coalition, NYC

 www.FreeMumia.com, info@FreeMumia.com

New tool to discover autism early in children

Doctors may employ brain scans to detect changes that could lead to autism. Betty Nguyen reports.

"STOP! STOP AND FRISK!"- RDACBX (feat. Rebel Diaz, Vithym, Luss)

Official Video for "Stop! Stop and Frisk", a project by the RDACBX, a Hip-Hop community center in the South Bronx, NY.

On February 2, 2012, NYPD murdered an unarmed 18 yr. old Rahmarley Graham in the Bronx, only 1 week after administering a Rodney King-style beating on another unarmed youth, 19 yr. old Jatiek Reed.

We demand justice for Rahmarley Graham and Jatiek Reed! Stop the racist Stop and Frisk policy! Fund Schools Not Prisons!

For more info:

Assistance needed,

Assistance needed, any musicians in the Detroit, Michigan area on April 9th.. who would be willing to donate there time. The cause is for a Innocent teen Davontae Sanford

Krista Lynn McDaniel Story

At just turning 16, Krista got caught up with the wrong place, wrong time, with the WRONG ADULTS, tho she did NOT murder or rob anyone, unfortunately she was with those bad people that did, Roper v Simmons had not come into law at the time of this case, Krista was forced to make a decision, take the death penalty or succumb to a plea of 30 years with NO CHANCE of parole, has been in prison now for almost 8 years, and is slowing dying, losing any hope/chance of ever being released before sentence is completed. Her own father has abandoned her, she and I both have written him, he will not even answer, in her appeal to the SC court of appeals, after waiting 2 years, WAS DENIED. She is losing hope, and very much alone, with NO compassion, NO mercy. Juvenile law reform is "imperative" to help save our nation's youth. 30 yrs with NO chance of parole, is barbaric and inhumane and is destroying this child, ONE of many. This sentencing is cold, cruel, for a "mistake" made as a "child".
BEWARE, YOUR child "could" be next, to face such atrocities. Encourage ALL parents/guardians to get educated and involved in juvenile LAW REFORM"
Daddy, how could you? Why would you? Leave me by myself, sitting here all alone. Forced to grow up on my own, Do you feel the feelings that I feel? or are you so cold?, to not see that my feelings are real.
How could you leave me, and let your light go on?
I'm your daughter, don't you know it's wrong?
I've cried for you my 21 years on earth, Even the day my mother gave birth. Didn't you hear? or do you even care?
I know now, nothing is fair.
If you're out there listening somewhere, I want you to know, I've loved you regardless.
No matter now, many times, you were never there!
Written by Krista Lynn McDaniel (c)


Friday, 17 February 2012

( Jah Cure NEW 2012 VIDEO) R.I.P Troy Davis † ☆ "AFRICA UNITE" ☆ Ghetto...

http://badgals-radio.com/ Ghetto We Come From {Fly Again Riddim}.

Kwame Kilpatrick Fined $11,000

Kwame Kilpatrick Fined $11,000

HBO Documentary Films The Loving Story Trailer

The Loving Story
The Wedding

Loving v. Virginia was an important Supreme Court case, but it was also the story of a real couple. Mildred Jeter and Richard Loving grew up in Caroline County, Virginia. They fell in love and decided to get married. Unfortunately, getting married was not as simple in 1958 as it was today. Mildred was black and Richard was white. There were laws that forbade people of different races to marry each other. This was true in many states, including Mildred and Richard's home state of Virginia. However, interracial marriage was legal in Washington, DC at that time. Therefore, they decided to drive to DC, get married, and return to Virginia to begin their life together.

This proved to be a short term solution. The law in Virginia not only forbade interracial marriage ceremonies, but it also forbade interracial couples from getting married elsewhere and returning to Virginia. One night, while they were asleep, the newly-married Lovings were awakened by the police in their bedroom. The Lovings were taken to jail for the crime of being married.

The Trial

When they went to trial, the judge found them guilty and sentenced them to a jail term of one to three years. However, the judge told the Lovings that he would suspend the sentence if they agreed to leave Virginia for a period of twenty five years. Given the choice between imprisonment and banishment, they chose banishment. The Lovings moved to Washington, DC.

The Legal Battle

The Lovings were able to live together legally in Washington, but they did not have an easy time. They faced discrimination everywhere. They were not able to rent property in most parts of the city, and they were often the target of racist taunting. Also, they were facing the emotional hardship of separation from their families. Life was both difficult and unpleasant for the Lovings in Washington. They were having difficulty supporting their children. In desperation, Mildred sent a letter to Robert F. Kennedy, Attorney General of the United States.

Mildred's letter was forwarded from the Attorney General's office to the offices of the ACLU (American Civil Liberties Union) in New York. They took interest in the Loving's case and helped them find an attorney. Two lawyers, Bernard S. Cohen and Philip J. Hirschkop, also felt that the Lovings were entitled to be married and to live in the state of their choice. They agreed to work on the Loving's case for free.

Their case went through many levels of the justice system and their appeal was denied every time. Eventually their case appeared before the United States Supreme Court. The Court decided unanimously in their favor. Finally, after nine years of struggle, the Loving won the right to live together as husband and wife in their home state. In the words of Chief Justice Earl Warren, "Under our Constitution, the freedom to marry, or not marry, a person of another race resides within the individual and cannot be infringed on by the State."

The Victory

The Loving's case not only won them their freedom to love, but it also granted the same freedom to every interracial couple in every state in America. At the time of the Loving decision, sixteen states from Delaware to Texas had laws banning interracial couples. Loving v. Virginia (1967) made it illegal for these states to enforce those laws. This ended a long era of laws that were enforced in forty-two states over the course of American history. These laws did not only apply to black people and white people; many states also restricted relationships with Asians, Native Americans, Indians, Hispanics, and other ethnic groups.

The freedom to love is something most of us take for granted. Like many other freedoms, the right for interracial couples to be together was fought for and won as a part of our civil rights. Many people see this as the longest-lasting part of the legal segregation that used to rule our nation. The Lovings, like Rosa Parks, played an important role in freeing us from laws that punished people for no other reason than the color of their skin.

Bob Marley, Biopic 2012. Trailer

Deals struck on eve of the film's Berlin Film Festival special screening by int'l sales and finance house Fortissimo Films.
BERLIN — Universal Pictures International Entertainment has struck a deal for all U.K. and Scandinavian rights to the Shangri-La Entertainment/Tuff Gong Pictures-produced Bob Marley documentary Marley.

Thursday, 16 February 2012

Panther Baby Book Trailer

In the 1960s he exhorted students at Columbia University to burn their college to the ground. Today he's chair of their School of the Arts film division. Jamal Joseph's personal odyssey—from the streets of Harlem to Riker's Island and Leavenworth to the halls of Columbia—is as gripping as it is inspiring.Eddie Joseph was a high school honor student, slated to graduate early and begin college. But this was the late 1960s in Bronx's black ghetto, and fifteen-year-old Eddie was introduced to the tenets of the Black Panther Party, which was just gaining a national foothold. By sixteen, his devotion to the cause landed him in prison on the infamous Rikers Island—charged with conspiracy as one of the Panther 21 in one of the most emblematic criminal cases of the sixties. When exonerated, Eddie—now called Jamal—became the youngest spokesperson and leader of the Panthers' New York chapter.He joined the "revolutionary underground," later landing back in prison. Sentenced to more than twelve years in Leavenworth, he earned three degrees there and found a new calling. He is now chair of Columbia University's School of the Arts film division—the very school he exhorted students to burn down during one of his most famous speeches as a Panther.In raw, powerful prose, Jamal Joseph helps us understand what it meant to be a soldier inside the militant Black Panther movement. He recounts a harrowing, sometimes deadly imprisonment as he charts his path to manhood in a book filled with equal parts rage, despair, and hope


Somehow people are starting to think of "entitlements' as 'extra unearned luxuries' that should be taken away during hard times. But the definition of an entitlement is a right that is granted by law or by nature, to which all are guaranteed access. True entitlements are basic needs not luxury items. When politicians insist on cutting 'entitlements' they need to ensure that only luxuries are on the cutting block not basic needs. We have forgotten the basic SOCIAL CONTRACT of rights and responsibilities that binds us together as a society. Society expects citizens to follow laws it has instated in order to protect individuals and institutions. Without these laws there would be chaos -- the strong would simply take anything they wanted and the rest would have no recourse. In return the social contract guarantees that if people follow these rules or responsibilities they will be guaranteed basic rights - life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness. A guarantee of life ensures they will have access to basic human needs of water, food and shelter needed to live and to support their family. Liberty involves the ability to engage in activities the individual wishes, as long as it does not violate the law. The pursuit of happiness is a guarantee that the laws are meant to be fair and provide an equal playing field for all members of society, so that through hard work and creative enterprise, all law-abiding citizens are free to strive to attain the wants and desires they believe will bring them happiness. -- Robert Alan Silverstein

Letter of support:Christy Phillips W-94100 C.C.W.F. P.O.BOX 1508 505-3-4up Chowchilla, Ca. 93610


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RIP all you greats

There was big news in heaven.Michael ran to heavens gate and said"Whitney what are you doing here?and she said"I came to sing a duet with you.Aaliyah said "I want to be in it too!".Marvin,Teddy and James asked if they could also step up to the mic.Tupac said I'll throw a rap verse to that and Biggie and Eazy E can spit the second verse.Etta,Luther and Ray said what about us?,and of course Heavy D said "I got nuttin but love for ya Whitney!"..All of a sudden Nate Dog dropped a hook and Don Cornelius announced."This is the hippest trip in paradise.....So! If your hearing thunder today it's cause there's a party in
heaven!..RIP all you greats!!!♥
@iluu Shondaa

Seattle Police Accused Of Racist Harassment

Drug War Profiteers Offer To Buy ALL State Owned Prisons In 48 States

Wednesday, 15 February 2012


Today I sit, waiting in anticipation of my fate from the kidnapping two decades ago as a youth in the inner city of Los Angeles. In the clutches of the injustice, I struggle to prove my wrongful conviction as so many before me. I urge you to commit yourself to the truth and allow me to be free first in your mind and second in my life.
I the only child of a mother who waits my return so diligently. Tears swell in her eyes as I absorb them in my pain of confinement. I have come to accept that my youth has been taken however I am not willing to accept that my life too will also be taken. I will fight and must fight to ensure that justice denied will no longer be a part of my life. With the strength I receive from God, family and devoted friends I lift my eyes each morning believing in the Faith that the TRUTH will set me free. I have been here, in the belly of the beast, far too long and through the dedication of all who know I am able to be free for those moments that I hear their voice, read their mail or receive a much needed visit.
My arms outstretch this nation of kindness and request that a moment of your time will enable me to live another day with hope. My calendar is open. Would you like to take a day? If so please write and encourage me. Your thoughts are deeply appreciated and greatly needed.
By birth, not choice…Free Ase/Uno

Keith Fudge #D-73801
San Quentin, 3-EB-100
PO Box D-73801
San Quentin, CA 94974 USA

'Dear Wayne County Prosecutor's Office: Allow Davontae Sanford To Withdraw His Guilty Plea

This Davontae Sanford case was brought to our attention by @Delaproser on twitter... I had no clue about this... but I appreciate she brought this to our attention... as you know we need to know more about these things, because if the lights stay out on these situations- the judicial system will be allowed to sweep these things under the rug and these families will never be able to get the justic…

Daughter of former Black Panther talks about her father in solitary conf...

Russell Maroon Shoats (70) was a founding member of the Black Unity Council and a former Black Panther Party member. He has been in solitary confinement for 30 years. He is serving multiple life sentences for murder in SCI Greene, PA.

This interview is part of a project about solitary confinement by Valeria Monfrini.

Campaign to transfer Russell Maroon Shoats to general population: http://russellmaroonshoats.wordpress.com/

The Protecting Children From Internet Predators Act Or... "Snoop & Spy L...

Justice For Jalil Close Attica -- End Isolation!

Attica ¡§Correctional¡¨ Facility,
January 23, 2012. Jalil Anthony Bottom, a former Black Panther who has
been in prison for more than 40 years, was sentenced to SIX MONTHS IN
ISOLATION (called SHU or Special Housing Unit) on charges of
¡§Unauthorized Organization¡¨ for possession of PHOTOS OF MEMORIAL
We call on Governor Cuomo, the NYS Legislature, the Attorney
General¡¦s Office, and the Department of so-called ¡§Corrections¡¨:
¡§Attica has clearly been unable to cast off its violent past, and has proven, time and time again,
to be an unsafe and inhumane place for prisoners... The only possible remedy is to close
the facility.¡¨ --The Correctional Association of New York, the only prison watchdog group
allowed to investigate inside New York¡¦s prisons
¡§Long term solitary confinement in excess of 15 days could amount to torture and should be
banned.¡¨ -- Juan E. Mendez, United Nations Special Rapporteur on Torture. New York State
locks people in solitary at almost twice the national rate.
A six-month sentence for having photos of a memorial service exposes the arbitrary and cruel
use of SHU for targeting, harassment, and abuse at the whim of prison staff & administrators.
vaguely that it is impossible for prisoners to know how to avoid violating it, making it the basis
for suppression of ideas the prison administration disagrees with.
in solidarity with occupy4prisoners national occupy day in support of prisoners
Tuesday, February 21, 12:00 noon
Capitol Building, Washington Ave. entrance, Albany

--Mumia is Innocent! Stop the Frame Up! Free Mumia!--

www.FreeMumia.com, info@FreeMumia.com

call for cards

by dandailey
For a kid alone in prison, one of the worst days of the year must be your birthday. You're haunted by memories of happier birthdays when you were the center of attention, but this day is a grind just like any other. You're lucky if anyone gives a shit.
We have two kids in prison whose birthdays are coming up soon: Paul Henry Gingerich, who will be 14 on February 17, and James Prindle, who will be 16 on February 23.
Let's give them both a lift by sending birthday cards--lots of them, please.
Here are their addresses:
Paul Henry Gingerich (201351)
c/o Pendleton Juvenile Corrections Facility
PO Box 900
Pendleton, IN  46064
James Prindle (10142158)
C Pod, Cell 18 – Jail East
6201 Haley Road
Memphis, TN  38134
Please let Paul and James know they're not forgotten, that we hold them close even though they're far away.
Groove of the Day 

Tuesday, 14 February 2012

Shocking ‎racist incidents rise in Britain

34 year old Emma West insults fellow passengers on a London tram last November. She says Britain is nothing now because of foreigners.

Press TV's Roshan Muhammed Salih reports from London.

Carl Dix to speak February 18th: "Mass Incarceration + Silence = Genocide"

SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 18, 4:00 PM at The Riverside Church, Assembly Hall, 490 Riverside Drive, New York (#1 to 116th or 125th)

Mass Incarceration — Its Source, The Need to Resist Where Things Are Heading and The Revolution We Need!

2.4 million people, most of them Black and Latino, in prison!
Racial profiling a pipeline to prison for generations of our youth!
Former prisoners discriminated against on virtually every front!
Carl Dix says, "All this comes down to a slow genocide which could easily accelerate into fast genocide ."

Dix will break all this down and speak to where things are headed if action is not taken. And he will talk about "what kind of revolution is needed to eliminate mass incarceration and all the brutality and misery this capitalist system enforces on humanity once and for all."


from his forth coming album the last message out summer 2012


                                                         PSP SITE COORDINATOR



THE BRONX COUNTY CRIMINAL COURT Part B 215 East 161st Street (near Sherman & Sheridan Avenues) Take the
C, D or 4 train to the Yankee Stadium/161st Street Station.
or take the BX 6 or BX 13 Bus to East 161st Street & Sheridan Avenue; the BX 1 to East
161st Street & Grand Concourse

Bro. Shaka, a coordinator of the Peoples Survival Program (PSP) in Harlem was arrested at work after a taskforce of police agents raided his apartment in the Bronx with a baseless warrant. In the course of the raid the police also took the opportunity to violate the home of veteran Black Panther Cyril "Bullwhip" Innis under the guise of an alleged search for illegal weapons. Save The Date and come out on Wednesday, February 15, 2012 @ 9:00AM as we collectively "Occupy The Bronx Courthouse" in support of those who actively fight against The US Prison Industrial Complex and it's related Racist Police Terror by the NYPD.



Free All Political Prisoners!

nycjericho@gmail.com • www.jerichony.org

Monday, 13 February 2012

British racism

There are worrying signs that racism is on the increase in Britain. Dozens of videos have recently appeared on You Tube revealing shocking racist incidents on country's transport system. Roshan Muhammed Salih reports from London.

Unshackle Juveniles in the Courtroom

Historically, the shackling of prisoners has been a form of punishment or discipline but in more modern...
Target: Pennsylvania Superior Court & Lawrence County Judge John Hodge
Sponsored by: http://www.justice4juveniles.com/
Historically, the shackling of prisoners has been a form of punishment or discipline but in more modern times has been used as an instrument of restraint, particularly when moving inmates from one area of a facility to another, or transporting them to and from a facility for court appearances. It has applied to both juveniles and adults but in the last decade, the practice with regard to the shackling of juveniles has received widespread condemnation and deemed a violation of their constitutional (if not human) rights.
As of 2007, 28 states regularly practiced the shackling of juveniles during court appearances. In the last several years alone, there have been numerous instances where the use of shackles has been seen as not only dehumanizing and degrading, but completely unnecessary.
Patricia Puritz, executive director of the National Juvenile Defender Center commented that shackling "is so egregious, so offensive, so unnecessary" and "There is harm to the child and there is also harm to the integrity of the process. These children haven't even been found guilty of anything."
A case in point is that of Jordan Brown, who at the age of eleven was arrested and charged with the murder of his father's fiance and her unborn child in 2009, in Wampum, Pennsylvania.
His appearance in court for his arraignment (and subsequent pre trial hearings) with his small frame shackled both wrist and ankle, alarmed not only his family and advocates against this archaic practice but most rational thinking people as well. His family was told that the he will continue to be shackled in the courtroom until such time as he is brought before a jury at trial, the reason for which is specious at best, as the prosecution would feel a shackled child may influence a jury to be more compassionate than they would like.
In 2011, the Supreme Court of Pennsylvania adopted Rule 139, specifically "to eliminate shackling during a court proceeding in almost every case. Only in the few extreme cases should such restraints be utilized".
Another juvenile who has been paraded, shackled, before the media and the court is Cristian Fernandez who at age twelve was arrested and charged with the murder of his two-year-old stepbrother in Jacksonville, Florida. Like Jordan, the evidence against him is weak and his behavior whilst detained, exemplary. Yet, he continues to be brought before the court shackled when it is obvious the child poses no threat to anybody whatsoever. Curiously no motion has been filed on his behalf to allow him to appear unrestrained.
The argument for those in support of shackling was essentially rendered moot, when in 2009, the Florida Supreme Court limited the use of shackling juveniles with the amendment (effective January 1, 2010) to Rule 8.100 (General Provisions for Hearings) which reads in part;
Rule 8.100(b)
Instruments of restraint may not be used on a child during court and must be re-moved unless the court makes a finding that both
1. the use of the shackles are necessary due to one of these factors
A. to prevent harm to the child or another
B. the child has a history of disruptive behavior that has placed others in harmful situations or present a substantial risk of risk inflicting harm on themselves or others as evidenced by recent behavior or
C. the child is a flight risk
2. there is no less restrictive alternative that will prevent flight or harm
As stated by the Florida Supreme Court, "We find the indiscriminate shackling of children in Florida courtrooms as described in the NJDC's Assessment repugnant, degrading, humiliating and contrary to the stated primary purposes of the juvenile justice system and to the principles of therapeutic justice, a concept which this Court has previously been acknowledged."
The states of California, Connecticut, Illinois, New Mexico, North Dakota, North Carolina, Oregon, and Vermont no longer shackle juvenile defendants as a result of State Supreme Court rulings or legislative action.
In 2010, Justice Milton A. Tingling Jr. of the State Supreme Court in Manhattan found "that the agency's policy violated the state's own law on shackling youths in custody".
There is an obvious and growing trend toward amending juvenile procedures in the courtroom and it is my hope that you will give this petition the consideration it deserves and sign it so as this violation of not only law, but the rights of all juvenile defendants will be recognized in future

Sunday, 12 February 2012


by Georgia PaulBot
If you care about liberty, if the US Constitution means anything at all to you - then stand up for this boy's right to be heard in court: Jordan Brown has been held WITHOUT TRIAL for 3 YEARS (he is now 14 years old). Three years ago Jordan was arrested and charged with the murder of his father's pregnant fiancee and the baby she carried-- Jordan has steadfastly maintained his innocence! 

PLEASE, please, join the FB group "SAVE JORDAN BROWN". Nothing is required of you but to BE COUNTED, more numbers means more attention for his case, and more attention means HOPE for Jordan Brown to see true justice done. Thank you.   https://www.facebook.com/groups/savejordanbrown/ 

Jordan was to finally have a hearing/trial in Sept 2011, after his case had been moved from the adult system to the juvenile system (August 2011), but days before this long overdue hearing was to take place, three local Pennsylvania newspapers sued for the right to have his juvenile case OPEN TO THE MEDIA (arguing, basically, that since they have already destroyed his right to privacy, he no longer has the right to privacy normally accorded juvenile cases). This action immediately halted the proceedings until a decision can be reached.

While attorneys for these three newspapers battle this out in the courts (possibly another 6 months before a resolution is reached), Jordan Brown's rights are all but forgotten!

Meanwhile, Jordan's grandmother and his dad are forced to travel in excess of 100 miles a day, in a vehicle quickly wearing out, to visit with Jordan in order to maintain some sanity and consistency in his young life while this nightmare continues. 

At the very least, Jordan should be released to his dad's custody WHILE the newspapers' litigation is ongoing. This boy is no threat to anyone, as a matter of fact Jordan called Kenzie (the murder victim) "mom" even though she and his dad were not yet married, he never threatened to kill her, as her ex-boyfriend did, repeatedly, and Jordan had only recently found out that the Easter Bunny was not in fact real. 

When I think of the innocence the state has stolen from this child...

As opposed to this child who has now been incarcerated for 3 years without an opportunity to put on a defense, while maintaining his innocence... take a quick look at the piece of work who was Kenzie's ex-boyfriend, the guy who threatened to kill her on several occasions, "or have someone else do it", Adam Harvey (link to PFAs Kenzie Houk took out on him, to follow)-- https://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100000302922314&sk=wall 
These are public records; a recording of the facts, maintained by the county, state. These incidents were investigated, and recorded by law enforcement officers.These incidents do not prove any involvement in the murder of Kenzie Houk and her unborn child but they do raise serious questions.

Protection from Abuse: Thursday May 26, 2006 Filed by Kenzie Houk on advice of law enforcement. Take note of Kenzie Houk's words in points #17, 18, and 19. http://www.justice4juveniles.com/jordanbrownfiles/pdfs/Houk_HarveyPFA_2006.pdf

Protection from Abuse: Sunday Feb 3, 2008. Filed by: Kenzie Houk, on advice of law enforcement. Kenzie Houk's words in points #17, 18*, 19, and a request by Kenzie Houk for additional protection for her family members, named @ #23(e).[*point #18 references prior incident in NC which resulted in her abuser being jailed, following which Ms. Houk left NC and returned home to PA].http://www.justice4juveniles.com/jordanbrownfiles/pdfs/Houk_HarveyPFA_2008.pdf

Approx. 1 week prior to the murders of Feb. 20, 2009, Adam Harvey discovered that he was NOT the father of Kenzie's (at the time) 4 yo daughter, even though she had taken him to court for, and he had been paying, child support. 

On the morning of the murders, the state asserts that Jordan calmly killed Kenzie, then got on the school bus with her 7 yo daughter like nothing had happened. When Jordan and 7 yo Janessa were questioned later that morning by police (at the school, and without his dad's knowledge or permission), Janessa said that she had not heard/seen anything unusual that morning, and Jordan (11 yo at the time) said that the only thing he had noticed that was different was a black truck, parked near the house/property, when he and Janessa were getting on the bus. Adam Harvey drove a black truck.

Janessa was questioned again and gave the same response: she had not seen or heard anything unusual the morning her mother was killed, however after time spent with her grandparents -- who were grieving the loss of their daughter (Kenzie Houk)-- Janessa's recollection changed dramatically: during the next questioning by law enforcement, Janessa offered that she'd heard a loud bang, that she's seen Jordan carrying something in a blanket, and that she'd seen him drop something outside, near the bushes. THIS is the sole testimony the state is relying on.

Two attorneys (Dennis Elisco, Stephen Colafella) are working Jordan's case "pro bono".

January 17, 2012
Jordan Brown Case: Attorneys seek teen’s release
Nancy Lowry http://www.ncnewsonline.com/brown/x1267396015/Jordan-Brown-Case-Attorneys-seek-teen-s-release

Jordan Brown, age 11, booked into an adult jail.

(If you are interested in learning more -- Google "wandervogel diary jordan brown" and "justice4juveniles jordan brown")

Don't shoot your daughters lapotop - Baby LK Report For February 12th 2012

Don't shoot your daughters lapotop - Baby LK Report For February 12th 2012 for these stories and all the latest dirt on the child protective industry visit http://www.LegallyKidnapped.blogspot.com

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