Monday, April 21, 2014

Kendrick Johnson: Devil Went Down to Georgia - Rebuttal

Kenneth and Jackie Johnson with their attorney, Benjamin Crump (NBP background)
The following article, "The Devil Went down to Georgia", was authored by Robin Postell under the pen name "Early Greer".  I verified this with Robin directly.  I told Robin I would write a rebuttal to the article...I hope she's reading.   Leigh Touchton, activist and former 4 term President of the Valdosta-Lowndes NAACP, kindly agreed to contribute to this rebuttal.

Sunday, April 20, 2014

Kendrick Johnson and the death tweet time discrepancy

The controversy is still raging in some circles about the tweets mentioned in this article.  It has been stated in a few articles that there were tweets being sent by students and others prior to the announcement that a body had been found in the old Lownde's High School gym.  Anyone who cares to take the time to research this claim, provided they are availed of common sense, would have come to the following conclusion:

The time you see on tweets is the reader's time, not the time of the person posting the tweet.  In other words, different time zones will see different times on tweets, depending on where they live.. 

I am in a time zone (CST), that is one hour behind Valdosta, Georgia (EST), where Kendrick Johnson was found dead at 10:30 am on January 11, 2013. So this tweet  that was alleged to have been tweeted at 7:34, shows 9:34 am CST on my computer, which would make it 10:34 am EST, in Valdosta -- when and where, respectively, the tweet was Posted.  I am not sure where 7:34 came from - but I have my suspicions :)

The next tweet mentioned: "At 8:36 am, a Lowndes High parent (off-campus) received a tweet which reiterates that a body was found."
Here is what I see, 10:36 CST, which would be 11:36 EST Valdosta time:
The next tweets mentioned: "As early as 9:51 am in the morning, there were tweets that local authorities from Thomasville's GBI office and the Lowndes County Sheriff's Office were already on the scene." I see 11:51 am CST, which would be 12:51 PM EST

Please note: The actual tweets have been removed from the Examiner article since I posted this the first time.  Nevertheless, the above are the tweets and the times that coordinate with just the wording of the article.

Tuesday, April 8, 2014

Does Attorney Benjamin Crump advocate violence toward law enforcement?

Jonathan Burrs, Real Justice Now
Benjamin Crump is holding yet another rally for the family of accident victim Kendrick Johnson.  The family refuses to believe Kendrick's death was an accident and have jumped on the Grievance Industry bandwagon.

Sunday, April 6, 2014

Teleka Patirck's body found in Lake Charles

Teleka Patick - missing since October 2013
A body was found today floating in Lake Charles and it has been confirmed by the family to be that of Teleka Patrick.  At around 7:10 a.m., this Sunday, April 06, 2014, a fisherman called authorities to report something suspicious floating in the water of Lake Charles.  A female body dressed in dark clothing was recovered from the water.

Thursday, April 3, 2014

Who is really "covering up" a murder in Valdosta?

There are always things you look for when a story doesn't make sense and people start yelling "racial injustice" when no facts support the allegations...Al Sharpton is one of those things to look for.
Lying by omission, otherwise known as exclusionary detailing, is lying by either omitting certain facts or by failing to correct a misconception

UPDATE 4/07/2014 (see end of blog) Less than 48 hours after Kendrick Johnson's body was found, his older brother was involved in a murder in Valdosta, Georgia.  You've not heard this? 

Saturday, March 29, 2014

Road Rage and Instant Gratification

Tampa, Florida: So, this woman was not driving fast enough for Mr. Redneck's taste, so he speeds up to intimidate her.

Thursday, March 20, 2014

Kendrick Johnson Confession: Enticing Carrot or Rotten Apple?

 Rumors are carried by haters, spread by fools, and accepted by idiots 

The anonymous email being touted by Victor Blackwell on CNN as proof of a confession to murder in the death of Kendrick Johnson has turned out to be nothing more than a cry for attention from a high school student and an "exclusive" for Victor Blackwell.

Monday, March 17, 2014

Clearing up the confusion: Marissa Alexander's Second Trial

In July 2014 Florida will once again be center stage for a controversial high profile case involving questions of an individual’s right to self-defense and the law commonly known as Stand Your Ground. The accused is, Marissa Alexander, a 31-year-old African American woman from Jacksonville, Florida, who was found guilty in May 2012 for aggravated assault and sentenced to a state-mandatory 20 years in prison. Marissa Alexander had argued that she fired a warning shot at her husband, Rico Gray, because she feared for her life and had suffered years of abuse. Marissa had, in fact, filed an injunction against him in 2009, and Marissa was arrested in 2010 for domestic violence against Rico Gray.  Marissa went on to marry Gray and they had a child together days before the warning shot incident. Rico Gray's 1994 record for domestic violence here. 

Sunday, March 16, 2014

Unbelievable: Trayvon Martin Supporter terrorizes store-owner with threatening phone call (Audio)

Another fine example of a Trayvon Martin supporter in the Obama era.  I wonder if he would claim her as his daughter.  The store owner's voice has been completely edited out to protect the identity of her store and her name.  Law enforcement are welcome to contact me for original recording. Consent to record .

Friday, March 14, 2014

Roland Martin and Benjamin Crump tag-teaming misinformation, Again

Roland Martin and Attorney Benjamin Crump go way back when it comes to misrepresenting facts in a high profile case.  The first I'd ever heard of Martin was the Trayvon Martin case.  Fresh from being fired from CNN for a homophobic tweet during a ball game, he was looking for another gig.  He found the Trayvon Martin case and the rest is gravy train history.