Original Panther Dhoruba Bin Wahad stabbed in back by National Action Network & NAACP

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Report by Kalonji Changa, June 6, 2014

UPDATE!!! NAN CLAYTON COUNTY AND NAACP BUST SNEAK MOVE IN POLICE BRUTALITY CASE!

NAN Clayton County and NAACP Clayton County Hold Secret Meeting With Clayton County Police Chief to Undermine Dhoruba Bin-Wahad’s Legal Case and Support Team Against Police Brutality

NAN leaders in Clayton County Georgia under direction of its national leadership headed by government informant Al Sharpton, along with NAACP Clayton County leadership, secretly attempted to establish a working relationship (or “protocol” as Police Chief Gregory Porter described it) with the Clayton County Police Chief to derail the political ramifications of the Police brutality case brought by Dhoruba Bin-Wahad against Clayton County Police officers.

According to Bin-Wahad’s Support Team (which includes activist clergy, Muslims, Civil Rights Activists, and prominent critics of Black institutional politics), NAN and the local NAACP met with the Clayton County Police Chief to discuss how to handle Bin-Wahad’s brutality complaint. This meeting took place behind the backs of Bin-Wahad’s Attorney Mawuli Davis and his lead spokespersons, Reverend Derrick Rice of Sankofa United Church of Christ and Kalonji Changa of the FTP Movement. This secret meeting was revealed to the spokespersons of Bin-Wahad’s Support Team by Chief Gregory Porter during a meeting at the Clayton County Police Headquarters following the recent Town Hall forum convened by Bin-Wahad’s SupportTeam. The forum launched as a national campaign to reign over the militarized law enforcement agencies that have been responsible for dozens of deaths in theBlack, poor, and marginalized communities of America. Continue reading

[Video]Police Abuse 69 Year old Senior Citizen for Breaking into His Own Home, Turns out to be Black Panther Leader & Black Liberation Army Co- Founder Dhoruba Bin Wahad

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From Stop ClayCo Abuse

Clayton County, GA

While moving into his new home, mid-Friday morning on May 2, 2014 in Clayton County, GA, police officers surrounded 69-year-old Bin Wahad’s home with their guns drawn. From inside the house, Bin Wahad noticed an officer below his bedroom window. Bin Wahad was asked to come outside. He was then grabbed by police and had his arm twisted behind his back as he stepped outside. Continue reading