Black People : Dick Gregory: Comcast/Sharpton Lawsuit and Truth About Malcolm X Assassination

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    Interesting about the Mitchell allegation...

    Martha Mitchell's life ended mysteriously. Suffering from cancer, she claimed in her final days that she once had been kidnapped by government agents, sequestered in a hotel room and injected with cancer-causing drugs.

    http://www.arktimes.com/arkansas/martha-mitchell-speaks-again/Content?oid=948357

    After the Watergate break-in, Martha Mitchell began contacting reporters when her husband's role in the scandal became known, which earned her the title, "the Mouth of the South." Nixon was later to tell interviewer David Frost in 1977 that Martha was a distraction to John Mitchell, such that no one was minding the store, and "If it hadn't been for Martha Mitchell, there'd have been no Watergate."


    Now the allegation of her overhearing something about bombing the World Trade building is something to ponder. John Mitchell (Attorney General) was part of Nixon's cabinet, was there a potential attempt to do something to buildings and blame it on the Vietnamese?


    The irony of this allegation is, the "wreckage" from the WTC was sent to the Nixon library...

    World Trade Center wreckage comes to Nixon library
    By The Associated Press

    09/05/11

    YORBA LINDA, Calif. - Twenty tons of wreckage of the World Trade Center has arrived at the Richard M. Nixon Presidential Library to go on display to commemorate the 10th anniversary of the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks.

    Police and fire units escorted the wreckage, which include pieces of a damaged New York Fire Department ladder truck, from a storage space in Ontario to the library in Yorba Linda on Monday.

    Library spokesman Jonathan Movroydis says visitors can view the wreckage free of charge at the library's parking lot. It was first shown at the library as part of a traveling memorial on the first anniversary of the attacks.



    September 5, 2011: (Video Courtesy of Docent J.R. Davis) 20 tons of World Trade Center steel and a first responder fire truck damaged at Ground Zero on September 11, 2001 arrive at the Nixon Library commemorating the 10th anniversary of the terror attacks.


    THINGS THAT MAKE YOU GO "HMMMM?"

    The Mitchell allegation just caught my ear, as there was so much that Gregory discussed.
     
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    Civil Rights activist, author and actor Dick Gregory shared an extremely interesting bit of information he learned about the assassination of Malcolm X saying he had a copy of Malcolm X’s autopsy and what studying it revealed about the shooting.

    Gregory told Martin that the assassins “were on the floor shooting up. All of the bullets in Malcolm were going down. They gave them thugs blanks.”

    “The C.I.A. had to admit it at some point. They rented the Audubon Ball Room two weeks before,” Gregory said.

    He also stated that Malcolm X was “heavily influenced” by Pio Gama Pinto in Nairobi who Gregory claims was assassinated the same day Malcolm was killed.

    According to Gregory, Malcolm X and Pio Gama Pinto planned to go before the United Nations and ask that charges be brought against the United States for its treatment of Blacks.

    Malcolm X (May 19, 1925 - February 21, 1965)
    Pio Gama Pinto (March 31, 1927 - February 24, 1965)
    • Not the same day, but still close enough for continued interest


    http://www.nation.co.ke/lifestyle/Remembering-Pinto/-/1190/2616316/-/gfl393/-/index.html


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    In the case of one man, his young life was snuffed out in a hail of bullets in front of his Nairobi home.

    In the case of another, his young life was destroyed through arbitrary arrest, police torture, forced confessions, trumped up charges, a summary mockery of a trial in a kangaroo court leading to a swift death sentence, a terrifying ride to the condemned block and years of uncertainty, petty vindictiveness and difficult ordeals in maximum security prisons dotted across Kenya- a long journey of uncertainty lasting THIRTY SIX YEARS leaving him with the dubious distinction of having served a longer jail term than the world’s most celebrated prisoners- and bear in mind he was twenty two when his nightmare began.


    The three NEO-COLONIAL, post colonial governments in Kenya- The Kenyatta Dictatorship; the Moi Kleptocracy and now the Kibaki-NAK Tribocracy have a lot of blood of thousands of innocent Kenyans on their collective hands.

    Pio Gama Pinto was assassinated exactly two days before Malcolm X was assassinated across the Atlantic in New York City- and exactly eight years and a day after Mzalendo Kimathi wa Waciuri was hanged by the British imperialists at Kamiti prison.

    Kisilu Mutua spent THIRTY SIX years behind bars.

    When he was arrested in February 1965 near Nairobi’s River Road, Kisulu was barely out of his teens.

    When he met this writer at Simmer’s Restaurant (opposite the 680 Hotel) in the same city in October 2003, the veteran ex-Naivasha convict was a disillusioned 61 year old ageing man with a head covered with grey hair and was waffling on the crevices of penury and financial hardship.

    A day after his release from prison, Kisilu Mutua called a press conference and demanded a probe into the assassination of Pio Gama Pinto, maintaining his innocence.
    http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/africa/1424276.stm

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    Who framed Kisilu Mutua and why?


    Compare and contrast with this...


    The Man Who Didn’t Shoot Malcolm X

    He spent twenty-two years in prison for an infamous murder he didn’t commit. But Khalil Islam, confined, traveled inward.


    Sep 30, 2007

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    Khalil Islam, now 72 and stooped over but still dapper in his purple embroidered kufi and impeccably clipped silver beard, used to go to the Audubon Ballroom on Broadway and 166th Street to see the big dance bands. Those were “my dope and jazz days,” says Khalil, who never guessed his life would change forever on February 21, 1965, the cold winter afternoon Malcolm X was assassinated at the Audubon.


    The start of Malcolm’s Audubon speech is etched into the landscape of American political violence like Governor John Connally’s wife telling John Kennedy “Mr. President, you can’t say Dallas doesn’t love you” and John Wilkes Booth’s shouting “Sic semper tyrannis” as he jumped from Lincoln’s balcony. As Malcolm began speaking, a disturbance broke out in the crowd.

    “Get your hand out of my pocket,” someone screamed. “Hold it, hold it, don’t get excited. Let’s cool it, brothers,” Malcolm said.

    That was when a man with a double-barrel shotgun rose from the front row of folding chairs and fired. The slugs shattered Malcolm’s chest, pitching him backward as two more gunmen rushed the stage shooting pistols. A few minutes later, after his bloody body was wheeled across Broadway to Columbia Presbyterian hospital, Malcolm X was dead.

    Ten days later, Khalil Islam—then known as Thomas 15X Johnson and a ranking lieutenant at Elijah Muhammad’s Temple No. 7 on 116th Street and Lenox Avenue—was arrested, charged with the murder of the man Ossie Davis eulogized as “our shining Black Prince.”

    “Yeah,” Khalil says now, with matter-of-fact irony. “They gave me the star role: the man with the shotgun. The mastermind.”

    The big problem with this, Khalil has maintained since his arrest, is that he was nowhere near the Audubon Ballroom on February 21, 1965. He was in his apartment, across from the Bronx Zoo, where he and his children could look out the window and see the giraffes crane their necks above the tree line.


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