Mass Demonstration against Voter Suppression in Benton Harbor

Voter suppression led by Whirlpool Corporation and Berrien County Sheriff Department. Protest all injustices being forced on our town, your town and all around the country! It is not one thing it is everything. The murder of Benton Harbor residents, gentrification by Whirlpool, Governor Snyder’s Emergency Manager dictatorship. Find it on the ActivateHub community calendar!

May 24, 2014 11:00am - City Hall, 200 Wall St., Benton Harbor, MI, 49022 (11:30am - press conference)


Wednesday, May 19, 2010

Ethnic cleansing continues in Benton Harbor. Whirlpool needs the area "cleaned up."
What's wrong with human suffering and destroying lives (not to mention the Great Lakes and environs) so rich white men can play golf?

Here's a dated article from Time on America's drug war: http://www.time.com/time/magazine/article/0,9171,985050,00.html It's all still true. Over half of US prisoners are in for drugs. Our national madness: 1 in 100 Americans are incarcerated - more than any country on the planet. Research this issue and what you find is mega-corruption on many levels. There are good films on the topic - American Drug War: The Last White Hope (2007) is one worth watching.


Six arrested in BH drug busts

Herald Palladium, Sat., May 15, 2010
BENTON HARBOR - Four people were arrested on drug charges after police served search warrants at four residences in Benton Harbor this week, the Berrien County Sheriff's Department reported. Two other people were arrested on unrelated warrants during the drug busts.

The narcotics unit, along with road patrol, Benton Harbor police and the U.S. Drug Enforcement Agency made the arrests at 1172 Columbus Ave., 1002 McAllister St., 607 McAllister St. and 862 Lavette Ave., police said.

The search warrants were the result of investigation into citizen tips regarding possible illegal drugs at the residences. Police said they seized suspected cocaine and marijuana, $424 in cash and other evidence of drug trafficking.

The following people were arrested for investigation on the listed charges: *******, 36, of **********, possession of cocaine, possession of marijuana and maintaining a drug house, all second offenses; ***********, 22, of *********, possession of marijuana and maintaining a drug house, both second offenses; **********, 34, of ************, possession of cocaine, possession of marijuana and maintaining a drug house; **************, 29, of **************, possession of cocaine, second offense; and ***************, 24, of ************, felony warrant for probation violations and bench warrant for contempt of court.

A Watervliet woman at one of the houses was arrested on a misdemeanor warrant for driving with a suspended license, police said.

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