The Walk for Power, led by Charles Clemons, is meant to make plain black media owners’ plight and the African American community’s need to control and manage vehicles of information and education....
The station is already starting to track his autobiographic song "Da Mack is what they call me," (myspace.com/buckshotdamack) about power, corruption and lies and how prominent Boston Attorney Jeffrey Denner and Kevin Barron got Mr. Gillenwater's First Amendment Rights to blog about his legal malpractice case against them taken away. He went to jail for no good reason, ordered Judge Diane Moriarty. Then they also got some morally vacant judges to strip away his rights to even file legal pleadings in the case. It sounds outlandish but it's true.
Defendant Jeffrey Denner, a white "Civil Rights" lawyer who has made tons of money from black folks and other minorities over the years, is the benefactor of these classist and racist court rulings that are all held on this blog.
Denner also claimed to have knowledge of Diane Wilkerson's pending investigation before it went public, and he used it against Mr. Gillenwater to threaten him. Jeffrey Denner also got this blog taken down until I forced the issue and Blogger restored it. The folks at Harvard Law School's "Citizen Media Project" have this to say (click on last link).
For background read this post about the first Unconstitutional Order, and this post about the gag orders on Gillenwater and Boston City Councilor Chuck Turner -- after the government made his case a public issue IN THE FIRST PLACE.
Boston is a racist town. Remember how the authorities treated allblackmen in the Carol Stuart murder "investigation?"
PS: No disrespect to local radio legend Lovell Dyett, but it just occurred to me as kind of an afterthought that his situation is directly related. Another black man of above-average intelligence, trying to assert himself in a manner that may challenge Boston's largely white power structure is effectively silenced after he and a younger white co-worker were temporarily released and called back. On return to work, his white counterpart was called back in a nice cherry time slot but he got the proverbial graveyard shift and at -- get this -- one sixth the airtime. Read the February 10 Boston Globe story and the February 26 Boston Banner story (sorry, that story I cannot find online. I used the February 5 story instead).