Po'Lice Abuse/PIC


We took them from you before: one family's nightmare with mistaken identity and abuse of Child Protective Services.

Marlon Crump/PNN
Tuesday, April 22, 2008;

"Why do you have all of your kids? We took them all from you before?" a San Leandro Police Officer spoke roughly to Elsa Maldonado.

Confused and shocked, Elsa watched as the police officers put handcuffs on her husband and wrongly accused him of a crime he didn't commit.

"No one has ever taken away my family before. Get those handcuffs off of my husband he didn't do anything wrong!" she screamed while her husband tried again and again to explain that he didn't know who "Monica" was or why the police were arresting him.

PROP 6 - UNJUST, UNREAL, UNTRUE GANG INJUNCTION LAW

Marlon Crump/PNN Revolutionary Legal Scholar
Thursday, October 2, 2008;

"The goal of this initiative is to breed widespread fear and panic among the public. It relies heavily on law enforcement strategies and incarceration as a means to promote public safety. This Prop 6 is resurrecting failed crime polices from the past in effort to promote the prison industrial complex."

Prop 6 is a proposed ballot initiative called the "Safe Neighborhoods Act" which is a "gang injunctions" gentrification tool that is aimed at youth in communities of color.

Mama, I Heard You Cry: The Idriss Stelly Foundation Story (Part 3 of 3) Conclusion

Marlon Crump
Wednesday, December 24, 2008;

I awake everyday, even up here, to watch, listen, and secure you. I don't care what day you are due up here with me, mom, for I've always heard you cry, before and after they took me. I'm never leaving you, as we are bonded for eternity.

Our Shaman: THE IDRISS STELLEY FOUNDATION STORY (PART 2 of 3)

Marlon Crump
Tuesday, May 27, 2008;

At his funeral, Idriss was eulogized as "Our Shaman" by the Dean of Students of SF Healds College, Mr. Patrick Hutchinson. Idriss counseled many fellow students, among them a single dad (who was suicidal), who said at the funeral mass that Idriss saved his life. These were just some of Idriss Stelley' success stories," his mother told me, a proud smile on her lips, as we continued our interview on the life and death of her son.

Next time around I will be your mother: The Story Of The IDRISS STELLY FOUNDATION (Part 1 of 3)

Next time around I will be your mother
Marlon Crump
Tuesday, January 8, 2008;

"Idriss was a beautiful baby boy. At age 4, he was mad at me, and said Mom, you better watch out, because next time around, I will be your mother."

I listened intently as mesha Monge -Irizarry lovingly remembered her son Idriss, whose life was brutally stolen by the San Francisco Police Department.

JailHouse Lawyers- a ReViewSforTheReVoLution: Mumia Abu Jamal's powerful new book

Marlon Crump
Monday, June 29, 2009

"Jailhouse Lawyers, we are learning, are often people of extraordinary firmness who fight for a law that rarely fights for them."

" Unity is feared...........isolation is favored."

--Politically-condemned, death row prisoner, journalist, and former Black Panther, Mumia Abu-Jamal in his new book, "Jailhouse Lawyers."

I Am Un-armed-Don't Shoot! Marlon Crump, Queennandi, and RAM re-port and sup-port on Oct 22nd Day to end po'lice brutality!

Thursday, October 22, 2009

“I am unarmed, please don’t shoot!” 
Pow, pow, pow, pow, pow, pow, pow, pow!

(Eight shots by a po-lice officer, according to a speaker.)
“This our holocaust!”

A couple of giant black banners are brandished in the crowd, bearing names and pictures of young lives like unsolved cold cases:

Sheila Detoy, 1998 
Idriss Stelley, 2001 
Asa Sullivan, 2006 
Sean Bell, 2006 
Gary King Jr. 2007 
Michael Cho, 2007 
Anita Gay, 2008 
Andrew Moppin, 2008 
Brownie Polk, 2009 
Oscar Grant, 2009

The First Annual Tenant Convention: Voices of Poverty Scholars

Community and poverty scholars join to discuss tenant rights, police brutality and the criminalization of poverty at the first tenant convention

Marlon Crump Poverty Scholar POOR News Network
Wednesday, December 20, 2006;

'It is literally a crime to be poor in this country, the United States of America.' Rene Saucedo's words reverberated across the auditorium, at the First Annual Tenant Convention, held in November at the Luna Sea Theater. Saucedo's words are all too familiar for those of us who are living poor in this country.

La Terrible Realidad Policial/The Terrible Police Reality

El Acoso Racista y Clasista de gente de color, pobre, y inmigrante continua en San Francisco
Racist and classist harassment of poor folks, migrants and people of color continues in San Francisco

El Acoso Racista y Clasista de gente de color, pobre, y inmigrante continua en San Francisco
Racist and classist harassment of poor folks, migrants and people of color continues in San Francisco

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