by Alton H. Maddox, Jr.
Since black men, alone, were granted the right to vote in 1870, under the Fifteenth Amendment, black men have refused to make any demands on the federal government despite the teachings of Frederick Douglas: “Power concedes nothing without demand. It never did. It never will.”
I encouraged blacks to attend all of my criminal trials. The public never saw any of my clients take the witness stand. No client was ever asked to explain anything concerning any criminal accusations. No witness was ever asked to give any testimony. No client was ever permitted to plead guilty.
I was “indefinitely suspended” from the practice of law on May 21, 1990. On August 1, 1994, I was “definitely suspended” for five years for refusing to participate in a “legal fiction” and for refusing to violate the “fictitious,” attorney-client privilege. After July 31, 1999, I was wrongfully re-classified to an “indefinitely suspended attorney.” It is now twenty-six years, later, and counting.
None of my clients would testify, sua sponte, that it was impossible for Alton Maddox to be charged with “failure to cooperate” with an attorney, disciplinary investigation. Maddox had never questioned his clients or any witnesses about any case. Clients, who attended those trials, also refused to take the witness stand absent a subpoena.
Every criminal case is a “legal fiction.” It has either a false, major premise; a false, minor premise or a false conclusion. It should be a crime for any lawyer to require a client to prove a negative. Every black person is in prison because of a false conviction. The prison-industrial complex is a “criminal enterprise.”
The white man is no fool and it is dangerous to underestimate your enemy. This is a cardinal rule of military science. Every case that I have tried has been reduced to a transcript. The Washington Post pulled the coat of the New York Legislature on “Mother’s Day 1987.” I had cracked the code.
The office of NYS Attorney General is now in a bind. There is or should be a demand for an “attorney general’s opinion.” The problem for the attorney general is the public attorney disciplinary hearing. This transcript should be readily available for public inspection.
Out of necessity, the attorney general would be violating New York Penal Law § 195.00 in addition to Penal Law § 175.25 and Penal Law § 175.35 which would incriminate the attorney general. Blacks are afraid to pressure the office of NYS Attorney General for an “attorney general’s opinion.”
The letter from the Freedom Party to the Commission on Presidential Debates, dated September 26, 2016, laid the foundation for the candidates of the political duopoly to debate the “State of Black America.” This debate will prove that black women are still “chattel slaves” and blacks are living in “booby-trapped communities.” Far too many black women are the victims of state-sponsored murders. Other women are not similarly-situated.
Black women need legal protections. For example, no political party has discussed drafting legislation for a Motorist’s Bill of Rights (Sandra Bland). Model legislation should be enacted based on my demands in “Howard Beach” and “Tawana Brawley” for a special prosecutor.
It would prevent another “George Zimmerman.” The system of a public prosecutor, investigating a “white vigilante,” is broken (Trayvon Martin). No lawyer should be disciplined for refusing to accept “hush money” (Alton Maddox). Lawyers and judges operate in a secret society (criminal justice system).
The workshop on October 8, 2016 at the Cotton Club should not be my personal responsibility. It should be an organizational effort. There has to be “prep” time for a workshop. This offer of registrants has to end on October 5. The Freedom Party can ill-afford to have the white man put on the spot. It would be embarrassing that the true status of black women violates the UN Charter.
Do not call the Freedom Party to register for the workshop under any circumstance. The numbers to register are (718-834-9034 or 212-663-7980). This current group in the Freedom Party is opposed to Trump and Clinton debating the current “status of black women.” There must be one hundred registrants by October 5, 2016.
It also lacks the ability to present a legal and political workshop to address thorny and difficult issues. This group is “over its head.” It is opposed to a political education. A voter has a right to be “illiterate” but no “illiterate voter” should be on the “executive committee” of any political party.
P.S. The 2016 vice-presidential debate in Farmville, VA, tonight, is of historical import to blacks. In 1951 the niece of Rev. Vernon Johns led a walk-out at her high school in Farmville while Rev. Johns was pastoring a historical church in Montgomery, AL. This historical reference is being given to you by a “house organ” of which I am the sole investor (Freedom is not free).
Most blacks are enrolled in the traditional, political duopoly, Fortune 500 corporations. If nothing else, blacks participate in “plantation politics” to keep the Democratic Party competitive. In practice, blacks have no notion of Maat: “If you “scratch my black back,” I will “scratch your black back.”
P.S. The October 8, 2016 Legal and Political Workshop at the Cotton Club has been cancelled and rescheduled to October 22, not only because of “Hurricane Matthew” but also with the expectation that Assemb. Charles Barron will demand, forthwith an “attorney general’s opinion for distribution at College of New Rochelle in Brooklyn on October 8. All roads should lead to College of New Rochelle on October 8 (Call 347-450-4563) for more information.
The basement price for the all-day legal and political workshop plus a buffet on October 22 at the Cotton Club,656 West 125th Street in Harlem is $125.00.
Call 718-834-9034 or 212-663-7980 to reserve a seat.
According to President Thomas Jefferson, co-founder of the Democratic Party,
“Freedom is not Free.”
Blacks Must Speak-up Now!
Commission on Presidential Debates
c/o Frank J. Fahrenkopf, Jr.
Hillary for America
(646) 854-1432/ Tel: (212) 627-4140
Donald Trump for President, Inc.
(212) -832- 2000 Tel.
(212) 935-0141 Fax
Too honest for the White Press and too black for much of today’s Black Press; bullet columnist Alton Maddox upsets the same people and status quo as he did as an uncompromising Defense Attorney. He is also a founding member of the Freedom Party. Please support the movement to Reinstate him. Contact him at c/o UAM P.O. BOX 35 BRONX, NY 10471.