Tuesday, March 10, 2015

Courthouse Running Criminal Enterprise

Rev. Pinkney writes from prison in Coldwater, Michigan:

Judge Sterling Schrock did not believe his own words when he said, "The jury has spoken.”  That was no jury, it was a lynch mob.  Schrock conspired with prosecutor Mike Sepic, sheriff Bailey, and the lynch mob which includes Gail Freehling.

Schrock has no integrity, no morals, and most important, he is dishonest.  God will deal with him.

It is not a coincidence that blacks in Benton Harbor are sent to prison at an alarming rate no regard for human rights.  The judicial system has been our worst nightmare and is no longer about justice.  It is about politics and votes for politicians who are controlled by the Whirlpool Corporation.  Politicians all over the US are controlled by corporations.

The judges and prosecutors in Berrien County and in the US are operating with total disregard for precedent case law that defines our constitution.  Prosecutors are prosecuting cases daily with reckless abandonment of human life and the judicial system.  Both judge Schrock and prosecutor Sepic took an oath to serve to the best of their ability.  Instead they are running a criminal enterprise with a lynch mob all-white jury.

It is our constitutional duty as American citizens to hold our elected officials and especially judges accountable for their work, action, and inaction of wrong doing.  There are many judges around the country just like Sterling Schrock.  We must stop him before he stops all of us. 

The enemy might snatch the breath out of our bodies, but they cannot snatch the breath out of our spirit.  Justice for me is justice for all of us.  I will fight for freedom until justice is won by the people.

We must remember, we did not get a seat on the bus or at the lunch counter because we said “please."  We got our seat because of our highly organized and effectively sustained protests and boycotts, disrupting business as usual.  We must say enough is enough.  We can win if we stand together.

Lakeland Prison
Rev. Edward Pinkney
141 First St.
Coldwater, MI 49036