I commend David Adams on the latest report about the Shannon Nyamodi case and coverage about Elizabeth Crudup's alleged assault by Dunn, NC police officers on March 14 in "The People's Champion" blog. The large KKK billboard where Elizabeth Crudup's car was towed by police in Johnston County is absolutely chilling. I had heard about that sign and appreciate Adams featuring it on an article about Elizabeth's ordeal. It does not seem wise for her to attempt to retrieve her car from Johnston County. Hopefully, the Captain of Dunn Police Department retrieves it and delivers it safely back to her as promised. It would probably not drive the car again until having it thoroughly checked by a reputable, trusted auto mechanic. An excerpt from The People's Champion is below:
"The billboard is a very alarming reality and speaks volumes about some parts of North Carolina’s social climate in 2014. Ms. Crudup says that she can’t ever recall anyone who has had their vehicle impounded in the town of Dunn being taken to a tow yard several towns away like her car had been." - See more at:
I overstand the concern about Elizabeth Crudup having been assigned night court for her "resisting arrest" charges, especially since night court is unusual in that area. One can only hope that North Carolina's elected and appointed officials along with federal officials and every just-minded person in this country will unite with Elizabeth Crudup to ensure justice for Shannon Nyamodi, her son who has been wrongly detained in solitary confinement for the better part of two years in order to force his confession and plea bargaining on false charges. May Heaven help us all. People should not await a casket on which to grandstand before standing up for innocent black youths and their mothers who are at the mercy of such people.
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Shannon Nyamodi's Mother: "Dunn, NC Police Beat Me"
Thank God 2014 is an election year. Rid America of racists and do-nothings, black and white.
The public marched and wore hoodies for Trayvon Martin, and he was beyond their help. Please don't be afraid to call officials for Shannon Nyamodi "Justice for Shannon Nyamodi Telephone Campaign"
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http://www.ipetitions.com/petition/free-mary-neal and email the USDOJ about Shannon Nyamodi and Larry Neal. Demand justice for all! AskUSDOJ@doj.gov