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Speak Up and Take the Fifth

Hello Luke Paris and Maurice Heath…AKA  Malik Zulu Shabazz and King Samir Shabazz….(and underling Jerry Jackson)…Let’s hear some big mouth  black panther baseball bat shit right now booted and suited…you two assholes are ticks who live in the little infested holes of the internet.  Why so quiet all of a sudden?  All the videos of your remarkably repulsive performances are disappearing, one by one, due to “terms of use violations”….for a violation to occur, there have to be terms of use in the first place…hmmm…could it be that the recent activity by the Commission on Civil Rights has you circling the wagons, so to speak?   Grandpa used to say, “Watch out son, your alligator mouth is gonna overload your Tweety Bird ass.”  Testimony in the case is here. .. see  how real professionals can frustrate a deposition process.

Bottom Line: The Department concluded that the evidence collected established that Minister King Samir Shabazz violated Section 11(b) by his conduct at the Philadelphia polling place on Election Day. This evidence included his display of a nightstick at the polling place during voting hours, an act which supported the allegation of voter intimidation. The Department therefore decided to seek an injunction against defendant Minister King Samir Shabazz. In approving the injunction, the district court found that the United States had alleged that Minister King Samir Shabazz “stood in front of the polling location at 1221 Fairmont Street in Philadelphia, wearing a military style uniform, wielding a nightstick, and making intimidating statements and gestures to various individuals, all in violation of 42 U.S.C. § 1973i(b),” (Order of May 18, 2009, at 1), and entered judgment “in favor of the United States of America and against Minister King Samir Shabazz, enjoining Minister King Samir Shabazz from displaying a weapon within 100 feet of any open polling location in the City of Philadelphia, or from otherwise violating 42 U.S.C. § 1973i(b).” Judgment (May 18, 2009). The federal court retains jurisdiction over its enforcement until 2012.

Coming soon: “Minister King Schmear Schabatz charged with unlawfully denying blacks access to delicatessen counter.”

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