It is very important for you to come and show your
support for Rev. Pinkney on Friday, August 24th. The
rally will start at noon at the corner of Riverview
and Main at the Michigan Works Building, Benton Harbor.
We will proceed from there to the Berrien County Courthouse
for the hearing at 1 PM.
If you don’t think this affects you, think again! What
happens in one corrupt courtroom affects everyone in
the U.S. because of the legal precedence set there. If
they can get away with denying Rev. Pinkney due
process and having an uncontaminated jury of his
peers, then your court system can do it to you and
your loved ones. Stand up for your rights while we
still have them!
In Pinkney's case, he's facing fines and court
costs of $10,000.00 and has been under house arrest
wearing a tether since March 21. His is an unprecedented
case in recent Michigan history involving "voter fraud", racial
discrimination, and intimidation against a political prisoner -
not unlike what occurred in the 1950's South. BH even had
a cross burning in June.
Midwest civil rights activists and people who seek justice
are needed to step forward to be observers of the institutional racism
which has become the norm in the Berrien County Courthouse.
Reserve September 21st, same time and place for a
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