Listen Siblings, I come in peace,
“When the governing class isn’t chosen for quality it is chosen for material wealth: this always means decadence, the lowest stage a society can reach.” — African Proverb
We live in horrid conditions. Decadence visited Tawana Brawley in 1987. As stated in “The Allegory of the Captive Lion,”
Few would like to imagine the horrors that Tawana Brawley suffered. Six civilized White men dragged her from the streets and drove her to an abandoned apartment, where the brutes held her down one after the other, savagely raping her dark body; showing her fifteen years in four painful days Europe’s long history.
Decadence–in the form of assault, rape, abuse, enslavement and more–visited billions before, billions after, and until we change our condition, quadrillions are yet to come. Today this Rape Victim is being sued by Stephen Pagones and branded as a hoaxter and the African Community is sitting unaware, confused against her or on their hands. Another thousand Sons and Daughters will be raped today and abused further after. But we are only going along with it. Siblings, Protect our own or we will Perish.
The African Blood Siblings has resources on the subject:
- “Missouri V. Celia (1855) and Nafissatou Diallo (2011)” — the Legislative injustices perpetrated against African women.
- “A Solution to the Rape of Our Women” — Contemporary Asians raping African women.
- “Europeans, Pedophilia and Re-Organization” — Contemporary European sex tourists rape African children.
- “Multi-Racial Pride!” — Serial rapists in European culture and the effects on our Psychology.
- “Case Study for Oriental History: Islamic Enslavers” — The Timelessness of Rape perpetrated against Africans.
- “Selected Passages from Part 2 of Martin Delany’s “Blake or the Huts of America”” — Psychological Need to Stand Up against our Degradation.
Only in Organization can we Empower and Protect ourselves.
Following is Alton H. Maddox, Jr., Tawana Brawley’s Lawyer’s, letter to Eric T. Schneiderman, the New York State Attorney General most African voters voted for. Stephen Pagones is illegally suing Tawana Brawley. Alton H. Maddox, Jr. explains. We need to empower ourselves. Will African Men and Women only sit by as our Sisters and Brothers are assaulted? Will we choose to Perish rather than Protect? Subscribe, share, love.
Letter to NYS Attorney General Eric Schneiderman re Brawley case
By Alton H. Maddox, Jr.
Eric T. Schneiderman
New York State Attorney General
New York, NY 10271
Re: Pagones v. Maddox, Mason, Sharpton and Brawley,
Ind. No. 4595(Dutchess Co. Sup. Ct., 1988)
I am writing this letter to show possible criminal activity in the enforcement of a default judgment arising out of an “OPINION” of Justice Ralph A. Beisner of the Dutchess County Supreme Court filed and entered on May 6, 1991. On February 28, 1989, New York barred me from representing the Brawley family even though I was licensed to practice law in New York. I have enclosed a copy of this aforementioned “OPINION”.
Plaintiff is seeking to enforce a default judgment arising out of the above-mentioned “OPINION”. Justice Beisner granted plaintiff a default judgment even though Tawana Brawley was a minor; Matthew Strong had refused the appointment of guardian ad litem; there was an alleged service of process on Tawana Brawley while she was a minor and compelled to live outside of New York; namely, Virginia; and, the lack of an affidavit of service.
New York law requires not only that any service of process be effected in New York but there should also be the appointment of a guardian ad litem. Alleged service of process happened in Virginia. New York had not barred me from courtrooms generally on February 28, 1989 and it was illegal for New York to have barred me from any courtroom on behalf of Tawana Brawley on and after February 29, 1989 absent due process of law.
From 1988 until the present time, I have never seen an affidavit of service as it pertains to Tawana Brawley in the above-captioned action. This suggests that even as a minor, Tawana was never served with a summons and complaint. As late as this past Friday, a diligent but unsuccessful search was made in the clerk’s office of the Dutchess County Supreme Court for an affidavit of service pertaining to Tawana Brawley.
The lack of an affidavit of service raises several concerns. Personal jurisdiction is the obvious concern. If that is the case, there exists the possibility of filing false instruments which would give an unfair advantage to Steven Pagones. He is now seeking to enforce a default judgment in excess of $431,492.76 in Virginia under the Full Faith and Credit Clause of the U.S. Constitution.
The trial of the above-captioned action started in November 1997 and ended on or about August 1, 1998. Justice S. Barrett Hickman of Putnam County presided over this action in Dutchess County. Before Justice Hickman assessed damages, I am unaware of any attempt to conduct an inquest which usually precedes the assessment of damages. Pagones, to my knowledge, never proved personal jurisdiction and he never made out a prima facie case against Tawana Brawley. Therefore, this default judgment is unenforceable.
By his own admission, Tawana Brawley never accused Pagones of committing a crime. Instead, he argues that Tawana Brawley had a legal obligation to seal my lips and the lips of attorney C. Vernon Mason and Rev. Al Sharpton. Prior restraint on speech is unconstitutional. No one should be subjected to damages. Courts in New York are unauthorized to assess damages on this claim.
This was a joint trial. Pagones seeks to ignore the findings of the jury after a full-blown trial. The jury found that Pagones was involved in the kidnapping and rape of Tawana Brawley. As a criminal suspect, he is now seeking a monetary judgment to support the argument that crime does pay and New York will enforce a judgment arising out of criminal activity.
Tawana Brawley was deprived of the right to choose her own attorney. No reason exists for her to retain counsel now. This case is fraught with irregularities. Only the state attorney general can address some of these issues which are critical to the lawful enforcement of a default judgment under the Full Faith and Credit Clause.
As it relates to me, your records only note that I was simply “barred” from courtrooms in New York. This is a strong arm tactic. There is no proof of any notice of disbarment, a transcript of a disbarment hearing and an order of disbarment. This absence of proof and the “confidential records” should be made known to the public forthwith.
Very truly yours,
Alton H. Maddox, Jr.