14 April 2006

NAACP Trial: King gives birthday gift to Boston NAACP President Lenny Alkins, too!

Background for newbies. Oh, yeah, I got an extra-special gift for that Daisy-Drivin' email hidin'-assed nigga'. And he can share it with potty-mouth regional director Juan Cofield, so we can see who the real assholes are: On 15 October 2004 I sent you a packet that included this American/Tower filing Lenny, that clearly referenced a suspension issue and "racism, ignorance and reactionary politics" as causation. Lenny and I both sent it to Nashua NAACP President and Defamation Defendant Gloria Timmons, and to Nashua NAACP who "check that email daily" according to Timmons' sworn testimony, too. Noted Civil Rights attorney, tenured law professor and disciplinary council member Louis A. Jacobs wrote that, Lenny. Didn't that pique your interest as an NAACP president?

And don't tell me you didn't know about the suspension given that I also telephoned you several times to meet to discuss job opportunities because it was difficult being suspended as a byproduct of "racism, ignorance and reactionary politics." That's why I told you that Attorney Wilson, who was following the American Tower debacle and the unreasonable suspension (i.e. "your situation") would holler for lunch, and he did. You knew everything. I should sue your ass, too.

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