New Black Panther Members Wanted To Go On Bombing Spree, But Couldn’t Because Their EBT Card Ran Out IJReview bomb plot was delayed by the fact that one of the suspect’s girlfriend’s EBT card was out of money. For those of you not familiar with them, EBT cards are the way that welfare benefits are distributed. Terrorism being funded by welfare isn’t unheard of around the world, as British police warned recently that ISIS members and supporters in the U.K. were using welfare benefits to fund ISIS. Before the EBT card was depleted, these two members of the New Black Panthers, Brandon Orlando Baldwin and Olajuwon Ali Davis, were indicted for serving as straw purchasers for a pair of Hi-Point .45 ACP handguns. Olajuwon Ali Davis is the “Minister of Justice and Law” for the Missouri New Black Panthers, had a series of YouTube videos.
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January 2, 2015 Downtrend: Black Panthers To “Build Up Army” To Kill Cops In 2015 The former leader of the New Black Panther Party said his group will “build up an army” in the new year to battle with police and said there will be events that are “gonna seem tragic to white America and may even shock our own consciences.” On Malik Zulu Shabazz’s radio program, he called on his followers to “build up that army. Right now it’s time for us to build up those corps, those troops. It’s time to get strong. It’s time for lifting weights and working out and going to the gun range and all of that.” New Black Panther Leader Says His Group Will “Build Up An Army” BY KIMBERLY MORIN In case you’ve never heard of them, the New Black Panthers are a racist hate group who have actually called for the killing of ‘crackers’ (racist term for white people). They even called for the killing of ‘cracker babies’. This is the same group that was using voter intimidation at voting polls in Philadelphia several years ago and were allowed to get away with it. The case was dropped by Attorney General Eric Holder Malik Shabazz Gives New Year's Resolution for 2015 to ... Jan 1, 2015 - Malik Shabazz Gives New Year's Resolution for 2015 to New Black Panthers: “Time to Build up that Army” & “Go to the Gun Range”
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November 4, 2008 New Black Panther Party voter intimidation case Wikipedia The New Black Panther Party voter intimidation case is a political controversy in the United States concerning an incident that occurred during the 2008 election. Election Day in November 2008, at a polling station in a predominantly African-American, Democratic voting district of Philadelphia. Two members of the New Black Panther party, Minister King Samir Shabazz, and Jerry Jackson, stood in front of the entrance to the polling station in uniforms that have been described as military or paramilitary. Minister King Shabazz carried a billy club, and is reported to have pointed it at voters while both men shouted racial slurs, including phrases such as "white devil" and "you're about to be ruled by the black man, cracker." The incident drew the attention of police, who around 10:00 am, sent King Samir away in part because of his billy club. Jackson was allowed to stay, in part because he was a certified poll watcher. Stephen Robert Morse, a journalist and filmmaker, upon arriving at the scene, pulled out a Flip video camera and focused on Samir Shabazz. Morse turned over the video of the incident to ElectionJournal.org. The incident gained national attention after being uploaded to YouTube. No complaints were filed by voters about the incident, although poll watchers witnessed some voters approach the polls and then turn away, apparently in response to the New Black Panther Party members. the Civil Rights Division of the Department of Justice filed a civil suit under the Voting Rights Act against four defendants, namely, Minister King Samir Shabazz, Jerry Jackson, NBPP chairman Malik Zulu Shabazz, and the NBPP itself. The lawsuit accused them of using uniforms, racial insults and a weapon to intimidate voters and those who were there to assist them. The case remained open when the Obama administration took office a few weeks later. none of the defendants who were charged appeared in court to answer the charges, the career attorneys pursuing the lawsuit assumed that they would win it by default. However the move to pursue a default judgment was overruled by two of their line superiors, Loretta King, who was acting Assistant Attorney General, and Steve Rosenbaum, Acting Deputy Assistant Attorney General. internal e-mails from the Department of Justice released under a Freedom of Information Act request show that political appointees were "intimately involved" in the decision to drop the case, including former Deputy Attorney General David Ogden, Associate Attorney General Thomas Perrelli and Attorney General Eric Holder, and that Assistant Attorney General Thomas E. Perez may have committed perjury by denying this in his testimony before the Civil Rights Commission. In response to this controversy, the New Black Panther Party suspended its Philadelphia chapter, and repudiated Minister King Shabazz in a posting at its website. The party stated that Shabazz made "an honest error" by bringing a billy club to the polling station, and that because of his doing so he had been suspended from the New Black Panther Party until January 2010.
"Though it had basically won the case, the Civil Rights Division took the unusual move of voluntarily dismissing the charges. The division's public rationale would send the wrong message entirely — that attempts at voter suppression will be tolerated and will not be vigorously prosecuted so long as the groups or individuals who engage in them fail to respond to the charges leveled against them." The commission received a response to its letter on June 20 from Portia Roberson, the Department of Justice's director of the Office of Intergovernmental and Public Liaison. Her response stated that the case was dropped because "the facts and the law" did not support pursuing it.
King Samir Shabazz, a former Nation of Islam member and head of the New Black Panther Party's Philadelphia chapter, has a long history of confrontational racist behavior. He advocated racial separation and made incendiary racial statements while promoting anti-police messages in the media and on the streets of Philadelphia. He publicly announced, "I hate white people. All of them." He also suggested the killing of white babies. Shabazz was arrested in June 2013 for carrying a loaded, unlicensed weapon. The party has claimed his arrest is part of an “onslaught of attacks against the New Black Panther Party." In response to voter intimidation controversy, the New Black Panther Party suspended its Philadelphia chapter, and repudiated Minister King Shabazz in a posting at its website. The party stated that Shabazz made "an honest error" by bringing a billy club to the polling station, and that because of his doing so he had been suspended from the New Black Panther Party until January 2010.