|Obama's nominee to be the head of the Department of Justice Civil Rights Division... one of Mumia Abu-Jabal's biggest defenders...|
In 1982, former Black Panther Mumia Abu-Jamal was convicted of murdering Philadelphia Police Officer Daniel Faulkner. Abu-Jamal never denied the killing during his trial. He, and his supporters, are still unapologetic for Faulkner's death. More on this from Matthew Vadum:
“The question of Abu-Jamal’s guilt is not a close call,” according to John Fund. “Two hospital workers testified that Abu-Jamal confessed to them: ‘I shot the motherf***er, and I hope the motherf***er dies.’ His brother, William, has never testified to his brother’s innocence even though he was at the scene of the crime. Abu-Jamal himself chose not to testify in his own defense.”One of those unapologetic supporters is former NAACP Legal Defense Official Debo P. Adegbile, who has worked tirelessly to free guilty murderer Abu-Jamal from prison.
As Faulkner tried to arrest Abu-Jamal’s brother during a traffic stop, Abu-Jamal shot the policeman once in the back and then stood over him and shot him four more times at close range, once directly in the face. Multiple eyewitnesses were present during the crime.
President Obama has nominated Adegbile to head the Department of Justice Civil Rights Division as an assistant attorney general to replace radical Tom Perez, who is now the Secretary of Labor. Adegbile is sure to continue carrying out the radical racial agenda of President Obama and Attorney General Eric Holder with the weight of the law behind him.
After the Supreme Court threw out the Beard v. Abu-Jamal case in 2010, a petition was circulated calling for President Obama and Attorney General Holder to investigate the “long history of civil rights and constitutional violations" in Abu-Jamal's case. If Adegbile is confirmed, it is likely he will open up an investigation into the Abu-Jamal case, despite multiple court rulings over the past three decades upholding his murder conviction.
On the voting front, there are many concerns about how Adegbile will enforce or change the law. In June 2013, the Supreme Court struck down Section 4 of the Voting Rights Act as unconstitutional, allowing states to change their voting laws without prior approval from the Justice Department. Attorney General Eric Holder has essentially ignored the ruling.Through his extensive work at the NAACP and in arguments before the Supreme Court, Adegbile has made it clear he does not believe civil rights apply to whites.Isn't this just the poster child for enforcing/heading the Civil Rights Division of the Justice Department (DOJ)? You couldn't have scripted 'Obama's War on White America' any more facinorous than with the appointment of Mumia Abu-Jamal's greatest legal champion as potentially heading the DOJ's Civil Rights Division. [Obama Nominates Former NAACP Official To Top Civil Rights Post, Huffington Post, 11-14-2013]:
"Our country needs someone like Debo with significant experience in voting rights to protect the deeply held American value that each person has the right to a voice in our democracy," said Sherrilyn Ifill, president and director-counsel of the NAACP Legal Defense and Educational Fund. "Debo has worked tirelessly to ensure that our nation lives up to its promise of equality for all Americans."There is one public, exceedingly public act which would represent the complete repudiation of Black-Run America (BRA) and send chills down the spines of every academicians who has ever advocated the preaching/teaching that "treason to whiteness is loyalty to humanity."
The public hanging of Mumia Abu-Jamal.
Or it could be shooting.
Or death via the electric chair.
I'd gladly volunteer to do the job, unleashing a fury of tens of thousands (no, it's in the millions) of black-on-white assaults the Department of Justice found unworthy of investigating in but one simple act of defiance.
But it needs to public.
|Execute Mumia Abu-Jamal... the battle cry of SBPDL|
This one simple, symbolic act of justice would represent a restoration of something... elemental.
Fundamental to the establishment of "hope."