These Northeast NAACP (National Association of Anti-Christ Poo'butts) have a history of failing to represent victims of police abuse when it threatens them. They fucked Rory Holland, legal liason in Portland, ME too because he really wanted to get something done about the abuse allegedly occasioned against Candy Wright, but they got him arrested because NAACP official Moses Sebunya had friends over at the city and he worked in the police department! Dig it. Tried to lock him up just as they tried with me.
Read Holland v. Sebunya, 200 ME 160, and read the dissent, too, citing Dennis v. Sparks, 449 U.S. 24, 27-28 (1980): "Private persons, jointly engaged with state officials in the challenged action, are acting 'under color' of law for purposes of § 1983 actions," which supports my contention that Defendants Timmons and Levesque and Dunn should be tried for Constitutional Deprivations in my case!
And I'm not exactly certain what the NAACP did to help him in regard to being accosted in State v. Kalex, 2002 ME 26 by people like Robert Kalex, wearing KKK robes and calling him a "nigger," for which Kalex earned a 364-day prison sentence, which was vacated over the vigorous objection of Judge Alexander, who wrote:
"The record establishes that Denise Everest was Robert Kalex's girlfriend. She harbored a long standing hatred towards the victim, Rory Holland, ultimately convincing Kalex to exclude Holland from Kalex's business. On the night of the incident, Everest was confrontational with the police, being "highly intoxicated and highly agitated." During this confrontation, according to Kalex's own testimony, Everest referred to the victim as a "nigger."...... M.R. Evid. 608(a) is not a license to bring prejudice and hate into the courtroom in the guise of reputation evidence.... I would affirm the judgment."Now back to my case, Chief Dunn's secret files in violation of Rule 98 are (at best) irrelevant Rule 608 materials designed to taint me in the criminal case. And prosecutor Albrecht tried to shut down my blawg, too, so I couldn't talk about the violation. You can watch that in the "Oreo" video at the website. Get it? Got it. Super. People can love me, hate me, whatever I don't give a rat's ass. But the government will not shut me down. They shut me down, and you, and you, and you -- are next.
I have an odd relationship with the Daily Kos folks to say the least, but they are starting to get it. Here is a case summary.
Here's a good blawg for you haters to think about:
That's why it's high time for a lil' Civil Disobedience.