Blueprint For Fighting Police Crimes

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During the Civil Rights Movement, there was no piecemeal approach to arresting jim crow. After a march, no one complained about not knowing the next move and Black leadership did not go into a huddle days after any march or act of civil disobedience. Blacks would immediately declare economic sanctions on a target that could be brought down to its knees.


We owe it to our children and the unborn to posthumously honor Dr. Amos Wilson.  No child should have to stumble up on his name one hundred years later.  His sacrificial contributions are legion.  The titles of his books alone are insightful and raise political consciousness.

Blueprint for Black Power, by Dr. Amos Wilson, is illustrative.  This work has significant meaning and is especially applicable to the assassination of Sean Bell in Queens on November 25 and the wounding of his two companions.  They were all unarmed and were involved in no suspicious activity.

The precedent for this crime against humanity is the assassination of Amadou Diallo.  The NYPD fired at least forty-one bullets at him.  Nineteen bullets hit the target.  The legal system ruled that this fusillade of missiles was reasonable under the penal code (slave code).  Fuzzy logic defines reasonable.

Moreover, State Attorney General Eliot Spitzer successfully argued in the United States Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit that racial profiling was constitutional. Spitzer opposes a special prosecutor in crimes against humanity.  He could appoint a special prosecutor yesterday under the Executive Law.

Aided and abetted by the white media, Black activists and HNICs are leading Blacks on a wild goose chase and away from those whites who will ultimately make decisions about the propriety of a national shoot-to-kill policy.  While we are chasing our shadows, whites will officially sanction this policy.

This shooting would have never happened before the ratification of the Thirteenth Amendment unless the Black person was suspected of participating in a rebellion.  See the execution of Nat Turner and Denmark Vesey.  Now, Black women are in the zone of danger.  White, Latino and Asian women are excluded.

White people understand that a blueprint must precede any resistance movement.  No blueprint currently exists to end police terrorism.  This means that no Black leader has any intention to stop police terrorism like no building can be constructed without an architect and a blueprint.  Thus, Amos recognized the significance of a blueprint.

During the Civil Rights Movement, there was no piecemeal approach to arresting jim crow.  After a march, no one complained about not knowing the next move and Black leadership did not go into a huddle days after any march or act of civil disobedience.  Blacks would immediately declare economic sanctions on a target that could be brought down to its knees.

Wall Street is a figment of our imagination.  It was once an auction block for slave traders.  Today, it is simply a public street.  Its commercial activities are carried out electronically.  Similarly, you must boycott the advertisers for the newspapers and not the newspapers themselves.  Newspapers can be given away free.  See the Village Voice.

I am the last person who should be researching and writing a blueprint to curb police terrorism.  This is the responsibility of a think tank as Amos mentioned in Blueprint for Black Power.  Police terrorism has many tentacles and I know of no Black leader who understands the nature of the problem.

It requires costly research and whites know that we are not serious for lack of authoring a blueprint.  Similarly, Blacks had no blueprint for a special prosecutor in 1986.  The research in Howard Beach was costly followed by a serious legal analysis.  Because I had an income, I developed a blueprint to remedy the racially-motivated killing of Michael Griffith on December 20, 1986.


Twenty years after the mob-murder of Michael Griffith on December 20, 1986, UAM will remember him in addition to Cedric Sandiford and Timothy Grimes on Wednesday, December 20, 2006 at 7:30 p.m. at the Elks Plaza, 1068 Fulton Street (near Classon Ave.) in Brooklyn.  Take the C train to Franklin Ave.  I will also unveil Blueprint to End Police Terrorism.


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