Make Police Brutality A Crime In All Jurisdictionz: Sign The Petition Below

Police brutality is not ILLEGAL in most jurisdictions. In other words, police brutality is not a crime in most places around the U.S. Officers are increasingly using excessive force for misdemeanors and simple traffic stops. Others are using deadly force for no justified reasons at all.   The choke hold is legal in most jurisdictions. Policies […]

Amy Buckley in Mississippi prison: I will not give up until I receive the medical care I deserve

by Amy Buckley On July 18, 2014, I was told to pack and was transferred to Central Mississippi Correctional Facility in Pearl, Miss. Since I was not informed as to why I was being transferred, I have surmised that it was for medical purposes because I had abnormal results on some recent lab work. I […]

Coerced Confessionz & Planting Evidence: all in a day’z work 4 Philly copz

  “This case provides scientific evidence that  Anthony Wright  is an innocent man. The DNA corroborates Tony’s long-held claim that police beat a confession out of him and planted evidence in his case to secure a wrongful conviction” says Colin Starger, a former Innocence Project Attorney who filed Wright’s original petition for DNA testing nine years ago. […]

Lawless Law Enforcerz; In Amerika the ‘Terroristz’ All Too Often Are the Police

by LINN WASHINGTON JR. Two acts of ugly terrorism occurred in Birmingham, Alabama on September 15, 1963. One act was widely abhorred. The other act ignored. Many across America know about the 9/15/63 Birmingham murders of four little girls slain in the bombing of a black Baptist church 18-days after Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. […]

CODE BLACK: Murder, Mass Incarceration, Militarization and Genocide in Progress

by BAR editor and columnist Dr. Marsha Coleman-Adebayo and Kevin Berends “Instead of lynchings, we now enjoy the spectacle of the fraternal-order-of-police executing blacks and browns as sport.” In these lawless and insufferable times we often find those charged with upholding the Constitution mouthing platitudes about the wisdom of the Founding Fathers, their brilliance in […]

Power concedes nothing, Part 2: a discussion on retaliation, censorship and fascism in the modern US state

by the NCTT-Cor-SHU “Free discussion of the problems of society is a cardinal principal of Americanism … Censorship is utterly foreign to our way of life; it smacks of dictatorship.” – U.S. Supreme Court in Fortune Society v. McGinnis, 319 F.Supp. 901 (1970) “Prestige bars any serious attack on power. Do people attack a thing […]

For These Incarcerated Women, Print Sure Az Hell Ain’t Dead

by Maxwell Williams Cover of Issue 31 by Jenni Gann In the early 2000s, a group of women at Oregon State Penitentiary in Salem, Oregon were reading over prison zines created by men. They identified with some topics—racist treatment, guard brutality, human rights violations—but began to realize that the zines failed to address specific issues that […]

Racism treaty committee callz on Obama administration to explain black prisonerz

Michael Richardson COINTELPRO Examiner August 30, 2014 The Committee on the Elimination of Racial Discrimination issued its “Concluding Observations” on Aug. 29 over United States progress to end racism. The report, prepared for the United Nations, requests the American government to account for COINTELPRO prisoners who remain incarcerated. In a nod to diplomacy, reference to […]

#Ferguson iz not a riot, it’z a revolt!

We have to distinguish between riots and revolts.. Revolts are illegal. A revolt is legitimate because it is what people must do to express self-defense, self-determination,  and self-direction. Maulana Karenga Related articles The Kwanzaa Con: A Fake Holiday Created by a Rapist and Torturer 5 things to know about Kwanzaa creator Dr. Maulana Karenga Maulana […]

Patsy Chavis: The Willie Lynch of Tabor CI

by a North Carolina prisoner August 2014 permalink Here in Tabor Correctional Institution in North Carolina, the officers/facility heads use a method that can be compared to the methods of Mr. Willie Lynch, who was a business man who had an affinity with “breaking slaves” in the Jim Crow south. Patsy Chavis is the facility […]