30 October 2010

Chuck Turner appeals to logic, common sense and social equity to request probation, delayed council vote to continue his community achievements.

"This is an attempt to destabilize a black and minority community that is on the move," bellowed Chuck Turner today from his podium in front of his Roxbury local office."


I wholly agree and wonder, as does Witness Wilburn, "where all the white people at?"


Good ol' Government, using $30K and folks involved with known cocaine dealers to go after the only Boston Council member to permanently staff a local office, nice. All of that is oh-so-important, but I still can't get a hearing on my Free Press Rights -- Fundamental Rights mind you -- in KingCast v. Kelly Ayotte, GOP and Nashua PD. Video soon, pics at flickr.

2 comments:

Anonymous said...

the only crime here was the verdict!

Christopher King said...

Word.

The government loves to come after troublemakers, they had their run at me and i kicked their ever-loving asses.

I'll wait for the round two, there's always a round two.

C