I called into Mr.Sotomayor's show at this time frame- 213:23 to explain my unjust banishment from Columbus,Georgia by the corrupt powers that be,Enjoy.
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Death threats to jury claimed by Jews never happened; were invented by Frank partisans years later
EDITOR’S NOTE: Jews are losing the debate on the Leo Frank case — the very case that sparked the creation of their “Anti-Defamation League.” Due to the efforts of the National Alliance and its allies, the truth about Frank’s guilt is all over the ‘Net, social media, and respected alternative media.
There is no contemporary source for the claim that mobs threatened the jury with death. No newspaper accounts mention such threats — and some of the papers were quite pro-Frank — and the jurymen specifically denied that they experienced any, inside or outside the courtroom. Frank’s own lawyers never complained of such threats, which surely would have been grounds for an instant mistrial and change of venue — which they never asked for. The evidence is overwhelming that Frank is guilty.
A GROUP OF lawyers and judges led by a rabbi gathered at a synagogue Sunday to say the state of Georgia should exonerate a Jewish businessman who was lynched 100 years ago for a murder they believe he didn’t commit—and for which they believe he was convicted out of fear of an anti-Semitic mob. (ILLUSTRATION: Former Ga. Supreme Court Justice Leah Ward Sears speaks at the Memorial service for Leo Frank. Sunday August 16, 2015, Kol Emeth Temple, Marietta Ga.)
They gathered at Temple Kol Emeth in Marietta, a few miles away from the tree on which Leo Frank died 100 years ago Monday. Prayers were said for the souls of Frank and Mary Phagan, the 13-year-old girl he was accused of killing. The audience of about 400 was asked to sign a petition for Frank’s exoneration.
“The rule of law should never be overcome by the rule of the mob,” said Cobb County Superior Court Chief Judge J. Stephen Schuster, who spoke first and introduced the other speakers, including a prosecutor, two former Georgia Supreme Court justices and a lawyer who led the argument for Frank’s pardon in the 1980s after a new witness emerged, identifying another man as the killer.
The lawyer who won the pardon, Dale Schwartz of Schwartz Posel in Atlanta, an immigration firm, said he didn’t believe the Board of Pardons and Paroles would revisit the issue, having declined to rule on guilt or innocence before. The board signed a pardon that was only an acknowledgement that the state failed to protect Frank in the prison from which the lynch mob grabbed him.
“We would like some official statement from the state of Georgia that Leo Frank is innocent,” said Schwartz. He said it could come from the Legislature or the governor. “The history books should be closed with total forgiveness and exoneration of Leo Frank.”
Leah Ward Sears, a Schiff Hardin partner and retired chief justice of the Georgia Supreme Court, told the story of the 14 lynch men from Marietta—including lawyers, a judge, a sheriff, a former governor, two former mayors and teachers—who drove all night to the state prison in Milledgeville to kidnap Frank and bring him back for a morning hanging. She noted the lynch mob was never prosecuted.
Sears said that while it would be nice to think such a thing would not happen again, recent events raise concern about continuing injustice. She mentioned white police officers shooting unarmed black men in Ferguson, Missouri, and North Charleston, South Carolina, and a white supremacist shooting a group of African-American worshipers in a Charleston church.
Former Georgia Supreme Court Chief Justice Norman Fletcher used the occasion to call not only for the exoneration of Frank but for the abolition of the death penalty.
He lamented the U.S. Supreme Court’s decision denying Frank’s appeal. That decision prompted Gov. John Slaton, who believed Frank did not have a fair trial, to commute Frank’s death sentence to life, leading to Frank’s lynching.
“We can’t bring Leo Frank back to life, but we can see to it that he is exonerated,” Fletcher said. “And we can end the practice of the state doing the same thing as the accused: taking the life of a human being, created in the image of God.”
Georgia Assistant Attorney General Van Pearlberg, a former Cobb prosecutor, told the story of Frank’s trial, which he said was derailed by prejudicial publicity, false testimony and an angry mob outside the courthouse. He quoted Frank defense attorney Reuben Arnold calling the case the “most horrible prosecution of a Jew since Christ.” He said the mob would chant to jurors outside their hotel, “Hang the Jew or we’ll hang you.”
The service concluded with a speech from Rabbi Steven Lebow, who has been studying the Frank case since he moved to Marietta 30 years ago. He offered what he called a “hopeful conclusion” to the “horrible deeds and despicable acts” behind the stories told.
“It happened in a Georgia that is long gone,” Lebow said. “We don’t live in the old South anymore.”
In the spirit of the new South, “we come to demand that Leo Frank’s name finally be cleared,” Lebow said. “How hard can it be?”
Lebow offered such poetic lines as “justice is the debt that the present owes the future,” and “justice delayed is justice denied.” He quoted John Lennon and called on the crowd to help him. “You may say I’m a dreamer, but what?” The audience filled in the line with “but I’m not the only one.”
The congregation stood and applauded when Lebow closed with a final call on the state to clear Frank’s name. “Nothing more is needed, but nothing less will do,” the rabbi said. “You cannot make the future good unless you are willing to make the past right. Where are you?”
Before leaving, the congregation sang, “God Bless America.”
Source: Daily Report
Misnamed “Anti-Defamation League” wants harsh penalties for alleged “crimes motivated by hate” to intimidate White resistance to genocide.
THE Anti-Defamation League (ADL) announced on Monday the formation of a new campaign to improve legal response to hate crimes across the United States. (ILLUSTRATION: Rep. John Lewis and Jonathan Greenblatt)
The announcement came during an event in Atlanta, Georgia, with U.S. Rep. John Lewis, as the ADL unveiled its 50 States Against Hate initiative. The “Initiative for Stronger Hate Crime Laws” will work toward the passage of hate crime laws in the five states which do not have them — Arkansas, Georgia, Indiana, South Carolina and Wyoming — while simultaneously seeking to make existing hate crime laws in the other 45 states more inclusive and comprehensive.
ADL’s initiative for stronger hate crime laws was announced at a commemoration of the 100th anniversary of the lynching of Leo Frank — a Jewish pencil factory manager who was dragged from his jail cell and murdered in 1915 after a show trial tinged with anti-Semitism and bigotry — attended by Congressman John Lewis (GA-5), former Georgia Governor Roy Barnes, and Georgia Attorney General Sam Olens.
“The recent hate-based murders in Charleston by a white supremacist is a wake-up call that the time is now to bring strong hate crime laws to all 50 states — including South Carolina and Georgia which lack them entirely,” Jonathan Greenblatt, ADL’s National Director, said in a statement. “For the memory of the Charleston 9, for the memory of Leo Frank, for the memories of thousands who have lost their lives or have had their lives changed by a hate crime, we must correct this wrong. We must pass a hate crimes law here in Georgia, and we must strengthen the protections in all 50 states.”
“The Leo Frank lynching and the June 17 shootings at an African American church in Charleston were both bias-fueled crimes, designed not only to target the victims simply because of who they were but also to terrorize entire communities,” he added.
The campaign is seeking to advance goals such as enacting hate crime laws, improve law enforcement data collection and reporting, educate communities, and build local campaigns to support the new national initiative.
“I pledge to you today that ADL, together with our coalition partners, will not rest until we change that. We are eager to start collaborating with additional national and local organizations in the very near future,” said Greenblatt.
Source: Jewish Political News & Updates
Monday, August 24, 2015
Many people have questioned Williams and Strom’s purported intention on re-inhabiting the Mill Point West Virginia National Alliance (NA) land and associated facilities. After all both Williams and Strom had been absent from the NA for well over a decade.
Williams had quit the NA in 2002 before Dr. Pierce’s death, either in a huff with the good Doctor and or at the Doctor’s insistence. Williams had greatly embarrassed the NA with his schoolyard personal flame wars and subsequent legal fight with Harold Covington. He also was embittered because Dr. Pierce wouldn’t kick a certain woman member out who had jilted him. Strom had left the national office much earlier over personal domestic issues leaving Dr. Pierce in a lurch and being left to also shoulder the burden of getting the American Dissident Voices, (ADV), broadcast out each week. As it turned out Dr. Pierce was a much abler and more effective host for the program than was Strom. Both of these events were blessings in disguise.
Williams & Strom would like to paint a rosy picture of development of the approximately 360 acre property back to what it was when Dr. Pierce had passed. Does their rhetoric fit the facts, or is it all just a sham? That is the subject of this article, and the paragraphs below will dive into the known facts regarding this issue.
In 2014 Williams moved all of Dr. Pierce’s personal library and also the NA corporate library to Williams’s personal home office in Tenn. In fact Williams specially built a special library structure to handle these thousands of books. One can see pictures of these in his past National Alliance bulletins and other media publications by other sources. One such picture is shown below.
He claims this will be a world class research library, yet it is located in his privately owned property in Tennessee and not the NA West Virginia property. The WV property already had specially built facilities to house and protect their books. These library books were located both on the second floor of the Williams Pierce Memorial Hall (NA Corporate library) and also on the second floor of the National Office Building (Dr. Pierce’s personal library). Many other items have been moved out of the national office building and the Dr. Pierce Memorial Hall as well.
Williams has also purportedly built a media broadcast center at his Tennessee private facility. This is shown in his newsletter. Why would Williams duplicate such specific facilities and infrastructure at his private home when they already exist at the WV facility? In fact Kevin Strom built the original broadcast facilities for Dr. Pierce to use at the NA headquarters in WV. Why not just upgrade the WV facilities, if the real intention is to have the NA HQ occupied in WV instead of at Williams’s private home in Tennessee?
Thus far it would seem that National Alliance property is being emptied out with the assets relocated to Williams personal residence.
Williams claims he has people on site at the WV facility yet offers no evidence of such as photos of any people to substantiate this. Since the takeover of the NA in Oct 2014, he has had over six abbreviated newsletters thru July 2015, along with over 30 weekly ADV broadcasts that are archived on the internet. Not one photo of one single person has been shown. There is as much proof shown that staff are living on site in WV as there is proof that there are NA staff living on the moon.
Williams claims in his newsletter that he is building a special apartment suite for 59 year old Kevin Strom and his mid-twenties girlfriend at the WV site. Online Pennsylvania State Police Megan’s’ Law file records show that Kevin Strom has been living in Johnstown PA for many years having supervised 15 years’ probation in Pennsylvania. If in fact Kevin Strom does move from PA to WV, is the WV Megan’s Law website now going to have a picture of the NA Main Office in WV shown for Strom’s new domicile?
Historically, the NA has had at least one and sometimes two annual meetings at it’s national office complex. Also every newsletter of those times provided members with photos and details of the events. It is getting close to a year now since Williams has taken control of the WV property and approaching two years since he announced his new NA at the end of 2013. Williams hasn’t even had a meeting at his house in TN let alone the national office.
Williams claims to have held a local meeting in Georgia at former NA Chapter Leader Chester Doles house. A careful analysis of the picture shows that neither Williams nor Strom is present and it appears that approximately six of the eight people there are Doles immediate family.
Apparently, after announcing his new NA in December of 2013, nothing of note has happened except for the plundering of the national office property.
Under Dr. Pierce the NA Chairman always lived at the WV property. In 2002 after Dr. Pierce’s death, one of the initial requirements for hiring Erich Gliebe was for him to move himself to the WV property. Gliebe as we know lied to the BOD and never moved to the national office.
It appears from all indications that Williams does not intend to do so either, as he even admits in his first message in the newsletter after taking over the property that he did not plan to move to the national office. Why would his Russian born wife want to relocate to WV after he has built her their house in Tennessee?
One notices that all National Alliance and National Vanguard Books mail is sent to Tennessee, not WV. This is another indicator that the return to “The Land” may not be what is claimed.
What sort of confidence does that give prospective members in Williams’s claim to rebuild the WV property when all of their correspondence and communications are directed either to himself in TN or to Strom’s live-in girlfriend in PA? In fact would a prospective member want to take the risk that by directly communicating with the NA via Strom’s girlfriend at Strom’s home they too could potentially be subject to computer confiscation by government authorities due to direct domestic association with Kevin Strom, a registered sex offender? *See for example “Subway Spokesman Jared Fogle`s Home Raided In Child Pornography Investigation” at indystar.com.
Williams and Strom have gotten back on the spiritual bandwagon again especially Strom’s last several ADV’s. That being said, what is their real intention as to the NA? Is it what Dr. Pierce envisioned in his last 17 years of his life? Is it a movement geared toward white interests / survival and movement building, or is it a turning back the clock to the late 1970’s and early ’80’s to a separate, auxiliary project of Dr. Pierce on spiritual religious philosophy?
Let us go back once again to what Williams said in a signed notarized official legal affidavit used in the legal trial of Dr. DeMarais vs NA over water rights at the WV Mill Point location. In this 2005 affidavit (shown below) that was prepared 3 years after the passing of Dr. Pierce, Williams emphatically stated several times that the Cosmotheist Community Church (CCC) was never an essential part of the National Alliance, nor a requirement for one to be a member of in order to join the NA, nor was Cosmotheism even mentioned or discussed at the NA office.
*Click to enlarge affidavit.
Certainly we all know that there is a spiritual element in the very mission of the National Alliance but the exclusivity, (the “little tent” as they call it) was never in the mind of Dr. Pierce. He broadcast each week, trying to build a larger radio network as well as internet audience to build a movement. He built a large meeting hall on The Land that could easily accommodate 300 people and more. He was looking toward the future and utilizing the property for the beginnings of a movement. His vision was not a “Little Tent”. His members were out on the streets, at meetings, writing letters to the editor and other events recruiting for the Movement; not a “Little Tent”.
This all makes one justifiably suspicious that the so-called rebuilding of the National Alliance isn’t in reality a ruse and smokescreen to build a church instead of a White peoples movement. As Williams likes to look backward into time instead of forward, he perhaps misses the days of playing “reverend” when he was working for Ben Klassen. This after all, was a classic example of the “Little Tent”.
If in fact Williams is concentrated on building a church and is not at all really interested in building up the NA as a movement, then what is in store for the NA and CCC property in WV?
Gliebe was always seriously interested in selling all of the NA and CCC property in WV. Gliebe in fact had timbered and then put up for sale the 267 acre parcel containing the William Pierce Memorial Hall. Is Williams not far behind in considering such another attempt if they become free of the NARRG Virginia lawsuit and associated NARRG West Virginia legal Lis Pendens that cloud the title of that property?
Could they even be considering dumping the NA entirely and just running the church on the remaining 60 acres in WV? Who knows for sure at this point? Some think that The Land will nonetheless still go up for sale as money is desperately needed for Williams to recoup his investment as he must continue to subsidize the costs of the corporation as support from his small group cannot keep up with expenses.
Williams may also need to make good on any of his back room deals that he made with Erich Gliebe at the hotel room previous to the October 14, 2014 court hearing. Remember, Gliebe didn’t turn over the NA to Williams just for a few thousand dollars by selling him Dr. Pierce’s library; not by a long shot.
Our opinion is that Gliebe in effect sold the NA to Williams on a promissory. This is the reason why Williams runs the NA as his sole proprietorship. The Board of Directors under Gliebe was nothing more than a “rubber stamp committee” and it is no different now under Williams.
We have a different idea and you can read about it at our Pledge of Intent which is the way any professional and successful corporation is run.
In any event, the upcoming hearings and eventual trial should clear the air on these issues and settle once and for all Williams and Strom’s claim to the NA.