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Author Archives: Diane Bukowski
Trott’s former law firm, Trott & Trott, is accused of using unethical and deceptive practices to foreclose on homes. By Sarah Cwiek Michigan Radio Republican candidate for Congress David Trott was the subject of some street theater this week. Trott … Continue reading
ACLU TESTIFIES AT INTER-AMERICAN HUMAN RIGHTS COMMISSION ON KILLING OF MILTON HALL IN SAGINAW, MI From the Michigan ACLU October 27, 2014 WASHINGTON, D.C. – The American Civil Liberties Union of Michigan testified today before the Inter-American Commission on Human … Continue reading
CODE BLACK ALERT: VONDERRIT MYERS “SHOT IN BACK” — SLAVE PATROL OFFICIALS CONTINUE DISINFORMATION CAMPAIGN
“There’s no evidence that there was a gun battle going on.” By BAR editor and columnist Dr. Marsha Coleman-Adebayo October 29, 2014 In “Code Black Alert: Slave Patrols Alive and Well Across America, Part I – the Killing of Vonderrit … Continue reading
Some of Rev. Edward Pinkney’s supporters outside courthouse during his preliminary exam May 31, 2014. Those who attended the opening day of his trial Oct. 27, 2014 said the courtroom was packed, with an overflow room so attendees could watch … Continue reading
Independent firm says Detroit may have “set itself up for another Chapter 9″ Expert says “feasibility walks a very thin line” Bankruptcy Judge Rhodes to announce decision on Nov. 7 at 2 pm. VOD to have analysis up shortly By … Continue reading
UN Rapporteurs Catarina de Albuquerque (speaking) and Leilani Farha (to her left) interview east side Detroit resident about her experience with water shut-offs Oct. 19, 2014. UN reps tour Detroit neighborhoods, interview residents Oct. 19 Mass town hall meeting at … Continue reading
“The water department is determined to solve its financial problems – and change the city’s demographics – by ejecting the poor from the grid.” Submitted by Glen Ford on Wed, 10/22/2014 – 15:09 by BAR executive editor Glen Ford (Hands-on … Continue reading
Mailauni secretly kept with Rowan aide, then sister; no court order Judge Terrance Keith says he will reunite Mailauni with mother after interim guardianship by sister Attorney Allison Folmar working to finalize return by Nov. 12 DETROIT — Saying, “True … Continue reading
Gayle L. Robinson, 83, seized from home Oct. 1 against her wishes Medicated at Botsford Hospital for eight days before return home with son Rowan recently removed as guardian in case of Mailauni Williams By Diane Bukowski Oct. 18, 2014 – … Continue reading