Friday, February 27, 2015

Rev. Edward Pinkney Status Update, Feb. 27

Rev. and Mrs. Edward Pinkney 

STATUS UPDATE -- Rev. Edward Pinkney appeared in Berrien County Courthouse regarding two motions today, February 27. A motion requesting re-sentencing was denied, and so was a motion by the ACLU requesting an appeal bond. On April 14, Berrien County Court will hear two more motions, which regard the tainted jury in Rev. Pinkney's trial. The public is invited.

2)  Ms. Dorothy Pinkney was disappointed that her husband was not released on the appeal bond today, and she said that Rev. Pinkney was, too. It seemed to her that the Court had already decided how it would rule today. Ms. Pinkney said the system in Berrien County is racist, but even knowing that, she had been so optimistic that justice would prevail that she had packed her husband some clothes to wear home from court. Ms. Pinkney said that she continues to rely on God for justice in this matter.

3)  The courtroom and the overflow room were filled with Rev. Pinkney's supporters today, although the court had unexpectedly switched the date of the hearing from February 24 to February 27. Ms. Pinkney thanks everybody who attended today's hearing and all of Rev. Pinkney's supporters who were unable to be there.

4)  A Rev. Pinkney Blogtalkradio show is planned for Sunday, March 1, at 5:00 p.m. EST. Rev. Pinkney plans to speak to you from the prison where he has been detained since December 2014 on election fraud charges regarding a petition to recall the mayor of Benton Harbor, Michigan.

5)  There is a call to boycott WHIRLPOOL, MAYTAG, AMANA, and KITCHEN AID products until Pinkney is out of jail and cleared of all charges.

6)  Conversing with Ms. Pinkney tonight reminded me of innumerable brave spouses and families who have supported their loved one's decision to go into battle through the years, whether in military conflicts or in the ongoing war for basic civil and human rights for Black people in America. May God continue to comfort and strengthen her and us all. The struggle continues.

7)  Rev. Edward Pinkney is founder and director of B.H. BANCO Org. Electronic contributions are accepted at the website:

8)  Contributions can also be mailed to:
Rev. Edward Pinkney
B.H. BANCO, Org.
1940 Union St.
Benton Harbor, MI 49022

9)  Please visit the Coordinating Committee for Rev. Pinkney

Go to "Info" tab at the website to get updates. Media reports are at the website that will explain Rev. Pinkney's wrongful incarceration.

10)  Former activist attorney Lynne Stewart said it helps prisoners substantially to receive mail. Please write to Rev. Pinkney at the prison address below:
Rev. Edward Pinkney
inmate no. 294671

Lakeland Prison
141 First St.
Coldwater, MI 49036

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