Wednesday, October 22, 2014

Trial is this coming Monday, Oct. 27, 8:30am

Rev. Edward Pinkney, the community activist from Benton Harbor, has been bound over 
for trial on false charges. Rev. Pinkney is facing prosecution on five counts of election 
fraud which are felonies, as well as six misdemeanors. If found guilty he could be 
sentenced up to twenty-five years in prison. It's Berrien county's 3rd try to imprison the 

There is absolutely no evidence that Pinkney did anything wrong. The petition dates could have been changed by election clerk Carolyn Toliver, Mayor James Hightower (Lowtower), or Berrien county sheriff deputies.

Rev. Pinkney did not change a date.

The fight continues. Rev. Pinkney is just one man, who, like many others, will not fall under pressure;  it will only strengthen him.

The battle in Berrien County continues against the corrupt politicians, local government, and Whirlpool Corporation who have staged a complete takeover of Benton Harbor.
The tug of war continues.

Rev. Edward Pinkney
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