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**Mississippi Courtroom Lynching: Year 2010**

** Copping A Plea**

** Surviving the US Prison System:
The Criminal Justice Industrial Complex**

** Taking It Back**

**Building Blocks to Grow a Business**



    Mississippi Courtroom Lynching: Year 2010

    Mississippi CRL is based on a true story: and this true account reflects the fact that blatant racial prejudice still exists, and is also still perpetrated and advanced, within the state of Mississippi.  This book will show how racist police, prosecutors and judges are complicit, and have established a fraternal relationship with other authorities outside of their venue, in order to promote and advance their evil deeds.  Furthermore, when it becomes necessary, these authorities can call upon foreign or otherwise out-of-state authorities, who can expedite a black man whom they have falsely accused of a crime, back to the state of Mississippi.  As you will see, even today, Mississippi authorities will track down a black man in the same manner used to track down runaway slaves; and basically, Mississippi state authorities will find you, and have other out-of-state authorities hand you over to the state of Mississippi.  At this point, Mississippi authorities can prosecute you on false and fabricated charges; and then, jail and incarcerate you for a crime in which you did not commit, or never existed to begin with (this is Mississippi Courtroom Lynching: Year 2010).

    I fought back; and after four years of battle, I won and was totally exonerated at the end: I made the Mississippi bastards pay.  In conclusion, in order to prevail while fighting back requires much in the area of knowledge of the American Criminal Justice System, and the courage to use this knowledge in order to sustain longevity in the fight.  Above all, Mississippi victims of racial prejudice, as it relates to the American Criminal Justice System, must attack the system from the very top, at both the state and the federal levels, if they hope to prevail, and achieve, victory in the fight for justice.




    Copping out is an integral part of the American Criminal Justice System; the concept of the accused copping a plea, as a result of his or her incarceration, exposes an internal system, within the American Criminal Justice system, that is literally insane and void of restraint. The copping a plea system within the American Criminal Justice System forces those accused of criminal offences to plead guilty to crimes to which they are accused; irrespective of their guilt or innocence. This particular aspect of the American Criminal Justice System represents a serious miscarriage of justice for the accused, and reveals an outright abuse of the system by the law enforcement officials involved directly in the process. And sadly, this disorderly and corrupt practice of the accused being forced to cop a plea, imprisons the innocent and allows the guilty to go free.

    Black persons accused of crimes have found themselves caught up in this copping a plea situation in ways that make them the most vulnerable to unbelievable American Criminal Justice System abuses; and these unfortunate acts committed against the accused, by members of law enforcement all across this country, occur primarily because of the economic status of most of the black persons who find themselves in situations involving law violations (which, of course leads to an arrest and an incarceration of some sort).

    In addition, I will also examine the roles of the main characters involved.  They are as follows: The system itself; the judges; the lawyers; the police officers; and the prosecutors. In other words, the people who are supposed to be the guardians and custodians of the American Criminal Justice System, and who are duly sworn and designated to resolve these matters, are actually contributing to this forced copping a plea epidemic, and have revealed themselves to be the main perpetrators who miscarry justice against many innocent American citizens.  Unfortunately, this fact leaves justice un-served, and the trusting public is then left holding the bag, so to say, trying to make sense out of a corrupt legal system. Furthermore, the members of the general public deserve better than this because their tax dollars pay for these injustices to take place within the American Criminal Justice System.




    The greatest resources resident within the black community are housed within America’s prisons. These incarcerated individuals possess the greatest human resources that humanity has to offer; and these valuable resources are contained within their respective spirits, souls, minds and bodies. Unfortunately, the existing disparity within the American Criminal Justice System perpetually suppresses and restrains the black male, and other disenfranchised groups and individuals, from developing and cultivating the natural resources contained therein.

    The means with which to grow these natural resources contained within the American Criminal Justice is through the mental and character development of its inmates; and basically, it is difficult to enslave any individual within the American Criminal Justice system when he or she has a strong will and well-developed character. This is why the American Criminal Justice System must be exposed for privatizing its prisons: as well as its unwillingness to assist with the reformation of its primary commodity; the black male inmate.

    The prosecutors and judges within the system act as fraternal partners in reinforcing this privatization; in addition to this, the defense lawyer, acting within this same situation, represents the different levels of criminal defense available in the marketplace for the accused. At this point, black men accused of crimes find themselves in pernicious positions as they relate to the American Criminal Justice System; because generally, blacks accused of crimes, arrested, and then incarcerated, usually cannot afford decent, high quality defense lawyers. This desperate situation in which the accused find themselves is how the Criminal Justice Prison Industrial Complex is formed and reinforced: and this system needs a constant stream, or revolving door, of prisoners, in order to support the financial structure of this same privatized Criminal Justice Prison Industrial Complex. Sadly, the black male, primarily, serves as the main commodity which enables the system to run efficiently, and lucratively, for its investors and vendors/suppliers and other notable beneficiaries.

    This criminal justice stock market, so to say, created by the vendors and the overseers of the American Criminal Justice System, has exposed the utter lack of a viable economic base with which blacks, that are accused of crimes, can tap into, for the purpose of securing a quality legal defense; irrespective of their guilt or innocence (I addressed this particular issue in my other books, Taking It Back and Copping A Plea). In essence, the young black male becomes the primary cash cow for the Criminal Justice Prison Industrial Complex when he gets involved with the American Criminal Justice System (much to his, his family and his community’s chagrin).

    Now, any business enterprise which provides a service needs customers to patronize this service in order for this same enterprise to either become profitable, or to maintain its profitability. And it is for his reason that privately owned, or privatized prisons in particular, depend upon the black male to maintain a divisive relationship with the American Criminal Justice System; in other words, the black male, and his other financially strapped counterparts who are embroiled in a legal battle with the system, are simply the most vulnerable to being used and cheated by the system because, again, they do not have the money to pay for quality legal representation when they encounter the overlords and administrators of the American Criminal Justice System.

    Furthermore, ex-offenders, who are black males, must take some responsibility for their shortcomings. Moreover, ex-offenders must also consider re-ordering their personal priorities in order to manifest change within the American Criminal Justice System; as well as within themselves.

    PLEASE NOTE: The following are excerpts from this book.

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    At some point, in spite of the unfortunate behavior against the black male by the American Criminal Justice System, the black male still must take some responsibility for his behavior in this matter as well.  The black male must have the courage to face himself and deal with the unpleasant aspects of his own shortcomings, desires and appetites which keep him tied to a system that is determined to contribute to his demise and stunted personal, professional and economic growth: which all interfere with him developing positive relationships with his  family, his community, and society. 

    The black male must be willing to humble himself to those persons and entities willing to help him become what he needs to become in order to do the following:

    ·         Stop expecting others to carry the whole load of your life with all its problems and struggles.  Find ways to carry your own loads; and then, people will be more willing to shoulder your loads when you ask for help and/or when they see that you are in need of help.

    Too often, black men allow self-pity to rule; they must stop doing this.  Even though others may be to blame for many problems and obstacles that black men encounter in life, the black male must place this fact of life into a certain place


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    within himself, and then use this same fact of life as a catalyst to begin the arduous process of taking some responsibility, even in the smallest of ways, for himself and those who love, support, and care about him the most.  Simply put, black men in America must be willing to fight to the point of death in order to protect and sustain their lives; the lives of their family members; and all that encompasses their being.  And this fight does not involve violence; instead, this fight involves making better personal choices, and also making better personal resolves to make the best efforts to live with personal dignity and self-respect whether they are incarcerated or not.  Abandon child’s play and get down to the serious business of manhood; black men, stop making excuses and go get the help you need from the established educational, and other community systems, in order  to develop and become the man that you were created to be on this earth at this time.

    In addition, conduct and behavior can be directly connected to one’s level of literacy.  Black men: humble yourselves and do something about your literacy issues if you have them.  I understand that this is a personal matter; however, in order to develop personally, you must face some things about yourselves in this area in order to conquer the strangle hold that the American Criminal Justice System has on your lives and success as an American citizens.  In other words, declare war against and fight against illiteracy and ignorance.   Develop behavior patterns that enable you to face those disagreeable parts of your personality and character that prevent you from   

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    developing good educational skills and asking for help and disciplining yourself to take the time to discover what is really wrong in your life: spiritually, emotionally, psychologically, physically, financially, sexually, and otherwise.

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    When the black male positions himself as the voice for his own personal freedom, he will compel humanity to throw its support and empathy behind him and his personal struggle with the system.  At this point, by virtue of his personal resurrection of a new self via new conduct, new attitude and a new character, society begins to see him in a totally different light; that is, the black male is no longer defined by the opinions of others, he now becomes a part of the solving the world’s problems and others will seek out his intelligence and advice as an agent of change against injustice and disenfranchisement within all forms of government on the earth.



                                            TAKING IT BACK

    Taking It Back earmarks and pinpoints the huge economic disparity within the black community in America. This book also describes very specific realities of the grave economic empowerment imbalance involving commercial and retail enterprises within the black community (in which black people in America hardly participate). Thus, this community includes: political leaders, social activists; and also, religious and church leaders, who are lackluster and incapable of addressing this sad reality appropriately.

    This unfortunate situation is neither attacked, nor addressed, by these highly visable leaders within this huge black audience and demographic. The impropriety, of these representatives of the black community, creates an open season which makes economic opportunity for carpet bagging style immigrants to invade the black community for the sole purpose of making money. Thereby, these same carpet bagging individuals give very
    little back to the community in which they prey upon for the extended sole purpose of exploiting the black community; while giving nothing back to sustain and promote those vital cultural entities within the black community (this includes economic empowerment, cultural and historical preservation, and futuristic economic growth).

    Taking It Back exposes this grave situation which exists within black communities throughout America, by presenting a dialogue that has profound depth. This book also takes into account the Civil Rights Movement, both the impact and significance it had on generating this problem of economic desparity within the black community as a whole. The reader will discover a strange and intriguiging paradox that can be connected to the Civil Rights Movement of the 1950s and 60s.

    Social integration, which was the benchmark of the Civil Rights Movement, led ultimately to one of the worst economic disparities within the black community that one could have ever imagined. This awful and dispicable scene could have actually been a direct result of the Civil Rights Movement. Taking It Back will provide the reader with a combination of options by which the black community, including its leaders and representatives, can remedy these problems relating to economic disparity which I have alluded to earlier in this description.

    Furthermore, there are specific roles, in which the reader can both identify and participate, within this process of change. Moreover, not only will the reader receive an education on this subject, but he or she will also be inspired and encouraged to become a part of a non-violent social spirit that could consitute a very relevant change.




    Building Blocks to Grow a Business is for the well-seasoned experienced business person, as well as entrepreneurial enthusiasts; particularly, those who desire to go into business for the very first time. Moreover, the information presented in this book applies to anyone: regardless of race, age, gender or otherwise.

    Building Blocks to Grow a Business speaks specifically to the scientific principles, skills, and actual practice of growing a business initially; and then, developing an understanding of the policies and procedures required to open and operate a business. Lastly, this book points out the specific skills required to run, operate, and grow a successful and profitable business enterprise: particularly at the retail level. However, the principles and general instructions provided, by virtue of this remarkable read, can apply to any business.

    This book provides very poignant specifics for building a business enterprise; particularly, in the areas of: planning; funding and budgeting; marketing; management; policy creation; inventory contol; and staff selection and management (this also includes many other valuable and knowledgeable aspects of growing a business). For this reason, anyone going into business, or those who wish to continue operating a business successfully, will be at a loss if he or she does not read Building Blocks to Grow a Business.

    In addition, given the challenge of running and operating a business within any democratic free enterprise system, this book can be considered as one's personal handbook and bible in operating and running any type of business in general.




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