Thursday, April 25, 2019

In the Country Formerly Known as America, Crime Pays, and Pays, and Pays: Five of the Racist Thugs Who Committed the Central Park Jogger Attack Cash in Yet Again, with a Propaganda Miniseries; Support WEBC/NSU’s Fight for the Truth

By Nicholas Stix


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On May 31, a four-part miniseries, When They See Us, will air on Netflix, promoting the racist Central Park Five Hoax. The hoax asserts that five innocent, black and Hispanic teenagers were railroaded for a heinous crime they had nothing to do with, based merely on their respective races and ethnicity, and that since spending time in prison for their crimes, they have all been “exonerated.” The truth is that they were and are guilty as hell, and were never exonerated.

“Created, written and directed by Ava DuVernay, this series exposes the breakdown of the U.S. criminal justice system during the Central Park Five case.”

“Chronicle the true story of a notorious case of five black [sic] teenagers who were convicted of a rape they did not commit.

“Based on a true story that gripped the country, the limited series will chronicle the notorious case of five teenagers of color who were convicted of a rape they did not commit.”

Also Known As:

“Central Park Five

“May 31”

The miniseries has been co-produced by four companies: Forward Movement, the production company of black supremacist producer-director Ava DuVernay; black supremacist Oprah Winfrey’s Harpo Films; racist actor Robert de Niro’s Tribeca Productions; and Participant Media, a much bigger company with a prolific and varied list of pc productions.

“It Was Fun”—Robert K. Tanenbaum vs. The Central Park Five, 25 Years Later
By Nicholas Stix
April 19, 2014, 03:43 A.M.
 

 


 

New York City Mayor Bill DeBlasio is all set to pay as much as $300 million to the so-called Central Park Five (and, of course, their lawyers). [Central Park Case Settlement Could Cost City Millions, By Sean Gardiner, WSJ, March 23, 2014] This group of four black and one Hispanic man admitted to and were convicted of beating and sexually abusing/raping white investment banker Trisha Meili 25 years ago today (April 19, 1989). They were also convicted of separate violent crimes against parkgoers John Loughlin and David Lewis. Their names: Antron McCray, Kevin Richardson, Yusef Salaam, Raymond Santana and Korey/Kharey Wise.(For a contemporary report, see Beasts in the Park, By Peter Brimelow, The Times (London), April 29, 1989.)

The Central Park 5 is a classic case of American Main Stream Media Reverse Reporting, up there with Sally Hemings, Hurricane Katrina, and, perhaps, Joe McCarthy and Clarence Thomas. In each case, the truth was initially widely known, but crooked “journalists” and “scholars” then lied, again and again, until the lies replaced the truth as the conventional wisdom. (The Duke Rape Hoax saga is similar but differs in that the lie was initially conventional wisdom and then refuted, but now is apparently climbing out of its coffin anyway.)

Immediately after the Jogger defendants had confessed/admitted to the attack, their black supremacist supporters began weaving racial fairy tales—such as that Trisha Meili either had been attacked by her boyfriend or somehow faked the attack altogether; and the confessed attackers were really the victims of a vast racist, white conspiracy to hang the crimes on innocent blacks, the new “Scottsboro Boys” whose confessions had been “coerced.” (The real Scottsboro Boys never confessed to anything.) She is known to blacks and Hispanics as “Patricia Meili,” although she actually went by “Trisha,” because New York’s black newspapers made a point of constantly publishing her legal name.

The confessed/admitted Jogger attackers duly recanted. But between July and December 1990, all five were convicted in split trials marked by outrageous conduct by the attackers’ supporters and relatives.

Their attorneys commented that the defendants had made so many self-incriminating statements that a successful defense was impossible:

Afterward, Mr. Richardson's lawyer, Howard Diller, said he was "shattered."
"They convicted themselves with their own statements," he said. "We could not overcome them."

Colin Moore, the lawyer for Mr. Wise, said his client's "vivid" videotaped statement "proved to be too difficult to overcome."

[2 Teen-Agers Are Convicted in Park Jogger Trial by Ronald Sullivan, New York Times, December 12, 1990.]
The only reason the Central Park 5 case is now being questioned: In November, 2001, after the statute of limitations had passed, a delusional, psychopathic, convicted serial rapist and murderer, Matias Reyes, asserted that he had committed the attack on Trisha Meili all by himself. DNA testing confirmed that he had indeed raped Meili.

But prosecutors had always said one assailant had not been caught. So this did not at all exculpate the other perpetrators. Nevertheless, during much of 2002, New York MSM reporters published what were thinly-veiled press releases for the five convicted attackers’ lawyers, despite the other evidence that had actually cause the jurors to convict them. [New York Times goes wilding on Central Park jogger, By Ann Coulter, WND October 16, 2002]

And as racially corrupt, nonagenarian Manhattan DA Robert Morgenthau neared retirement, he became concerned with his obituaries and eventually supported the new dispensation, in much the same way that a dying Mayor Ed Koch would later come to support homosexual marriage. Morgenthau caused the Central Park 5’s convictions to be “vacated”—not the same as “exoneration,” despite subsequent MSM misreporting—and also, amazingly, caused the vacation of their convictions in the Loughlin and Lewis assaults, although these were not affected by Reyes testimony at all.

Significantly, however, Morgenthau did not actually sign on to the coercion fairy tale. He affirmed that there was nothing wrong with the conduct of police or prosecutors. Nevertheless, New York’s Police Commissioner ordered an investigation [which also came to the same conclusion. In a 90-minute telephone interview that panelist Michael F. Armstrong graciously provided me, he surmised that Reyes did indeed rape Meili, but that he only came upon her after she had already been beaten and sexually abused by the first group of attackers.

I am in the process of writing a detailed refutation of The Central Park Five, a propaganda film disguised as a documentary by Ken (Civil War) Burns, his daughter Sarah Burns and her husband David McMahon. This has attained instant classic status and is routinely shown to impressionable school children, the latter-day, non-fiction equivalent of To Kill a Mockingbird.

In the course of my research, I came across this remarkable discussion of the Central Park 5 case by legendary New York City prosecutor, defense attorney, crime fiction and true crime author Robert K. Tanenbaum, posted on his website in April 2013, but as far as I know unreported. I strongly recommend it to VDARE.com readers. [My Opinion—A Critique: The Injustice of a Rush to Judgment—The Central Park Jogger Case [pdf]].

Tanenbaum writes of the 2002 vacated convictions:

By so acting, the Manhattan D.A. has destabilized and delegitimized the credibility of our justice system and placed in jeopardy law enforcement practices, methods, procedures and techniques utilized in solving crime, to wit:
(1)Vacated legitimately obtained guilty verdicts of defendants who committed vicious unimaginable outrages against several innocent individuals;

(2) fractured the moral high ground and credibility of key and essential crime solving methods;

(3) turned the justice system upside down by illegitimately providing the defendants grounds to sue the City and law enforcement (police and assistant D.A.’s who investigated and tried the cases) for substantial money damages in the amount of $250 million!
In an interview, Tanenbaum told me that DA Morgenthau had a corrections officer interview Matias Reyes in prison, but of extensive gaps where the CO interviewed Reyes without the tape running. Morgenthau never permitted the NYPD to polygraph Reyes, interview him in prison, or for him to be cross-examined in court while under oath.

Morgenthau even went so far as to order other inmates in the same prison who knew Reyes not to cooperate with the NYPD investigation. One of those inmates reportedly had told an investigator that Reyes had come upon the Jogger, hearing her scream while being attacked by the others, and attacked her anew.

As Tanenbaum shows, what DA Morgenthau asked for was in violation of legal precedent.
Most disturbing here is the Manhattan D.A.’s position that the Reyes allegations warranted an outright dismissal of the convictions, which is prohibited under relevant New York legal precedent—Section 440.10 of the Criminal Procedure Law, as construed by the courts. It is with the utmost astonishment that we view the decision of the court before whom this proceeding was pending, granting such remedy of dismissal.

It is undisputed that the law does not permit an otherwise valid conviction to be set aside, merely on the basis of a third party’s (Reyes’) claim of guilt of a crime for which other defendants have been previously convicted.

At best, such a claim mandates only that the court conduct a full evidentiary hearing to test the veracity of the third party’s allegations that he/she, rather than the convicted defendants, is the guilty party.
Robert K. Tanenbaum brings a special expertise to this case. His latest book is the true crime saga, Echoes of My Soul, about wrongful conviction in the 1963 “Career Girls” murder of Janice Wylie (who was also raped) and Emily Hoffert.

Why would a man who wrote the book on coerced confessions support the detectives and the prosecutors in this case? Because in the Central Park case, the detectives and prosecutors were working with independently corroborated facts that came from dozens of sources, whereas in the Career Girls case, investigators made up “facts” to fit their preconceived ideas, and fed the accused his “confession.”

Tanenbaum thinks that Robert Morgenthau was the worst thing to ever happen to the Manhattan DA’s Office. He says he was a politician, rather than a prosecutor, who politically corrupted the office, the sort who should never be involved in the administration of justice. Tanenbaum resigned rather than stay on with Morgenthau.

Without any prompting from me, Tanenbaum compared the degeneration of the Central Park Case to the rushed to judgment without any facts.”

Tanenbaum was a young prosecutor in legendary Manhattan DA Frank Hogan’s office, where his mentors were John Keenan and Mel Glass. He told me:

“[Hogan’s office] was an apolitical meritocracy. He created a moral environment.

“This never would have happened, if Frank Hogan were D.A.”
As his discussion concludes:
Lest anyone doubt the assailants’ character and cruelty on that night in Central Park, pay particular attention to Det. [Thomas] McKenna’s memo book entry of statements made to him by the defendant Yusef Salaam:

“Hit her with pipe/she went down and hit her again/. . . Kevin [Richardson] f—-d her. . . To me it was something to do.

“It was fun.”

Nicholas Stix [email him] is a New York City-based journalist and researcher, much of whose work focuses on the nexus of race, crime, and education. He spent much of the 1990s teaching college in New York and New Jersey. His work has appeared in Chronicles, The New York Post, Weekly Standard, Daily News, New York Newsday, American Renaissance, Academic Questions, Ideas on Liberty and many other publications. Stix was the project director and principal author of the NPI report, The State of White America-2007. He blogs at Nicholas Stix, Uncensored.


4 comments:

Anonymous said...

The one bad guy was on Sixty Minutes. Said he had been convicted of rape but had not raped anyone. He had just held the woman down while the others raped her, and then hit the woman on the head with a brick trying to kill her. Said in such a matter of fact and calm manner. OH, I am glad he just it her with a brick trying to kill her and did not rape her.

No coercion in that interview. No qualms or regret. Other than he had been done a terrible injustice.

Anonymous said...

jerry pdx
Lost amongst the PC hoopla about the Central Park 5's so called false conviction is the fact that they were never proven innocent of helping to beat Tricia Meili nearly to death, only that Matias Reyes was likely the only one to commit penetrative rape, or at least achieve climax. It's not unusual in gang rape situations for only 1 or a few to actually rape a woman while others only "assist" or watch. When you read their testimonies that's the one consistency: That they didn't rape the white b*&%h, the Peurto Rican kid did. They only helped beat and restrain her...so it wasn't so bad...ya just gotta understand. That credible scenario which fits with the facts and the testimonies is obscured by their "false rape" conviction hysteria, which is only true in a technical sense because only Matias Reyes left semen. Also, check out Matias Reyes photo, he is a black Hispanic which gives you an insight as to why he was willing to take the full rap for his "bro's". You know the code: Bro's before Ho's...definitely in full effect here. The media has whitewashed him with a cloak of martyrdom because he had a "crisis of conscience" so did the "right thing" in fessing up to his crime and exonerating those "innocent boys". http://www.nydailynews.com/new-york/ny-metro-reyes-central-park-jogger-his-words-20180817-story.html

Anonymous said...

More Judicial Interference,Designed to Stop Trump in 2020 Elections
(GRA:With prisoners allowed to vote in Florida,and pro-Democratic electoral shenanigans in Colorado,add Michigan to the Dem's backdoor attempts to take away states that Trump won 2 years ago.)
LANSING, Mich. (AP) — A three-judge federal panel ruled Thursday that Michigan's congressional and legislative maps were unconstitutionally gerrymandered for partisan gain, ordering the state Legislature to redraw at least 34 districts for the 2020 election.

The decision also requires special state Senate elections to be held in 2020, instead of 2022 as scheduled. It is the latest development in a series of redistricting lawsuits in at least a dozen states.

The judges said 34 of the 162 congressional and legislative districts drawn by Republicans in 2011 violate Democratic voters' constitutional rights, including by diluting the weight of their votes. They gave the GOP-led Legislature until Aug. 1 to submit new maps, which would need the signature of Democratic Gov. Gretchen Whitmer. An appeal is likely.

The federal panel — Judge Eric Clay of the 6th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals, U.S. District Judge Denise Page Hood of Michigan's eastern district and U.S. District Judge Gordon Quist of Michigan's western district — said those involved in the 2011 redistricting effort elevated "partisan considerations" at every step.

"Their primary goal was to draw maps that advantaged Republicans, disadvantaged Democrats, and ensured that Republicans could enjoy durable majorities in Michigan's congressional delegation and in both chambers of the Michigan legislature for the entire decade," the judges wrote.

The ruling came in a lawsuit filed by the League of Women Voters of Michigan and Democratic voters who claimed districts were shaped by Republican operatives to guarantee the party's dominance in the state Capitol after the 2010 census. They said constitutional rights were violated when Democratic areas were packed in certain districts or diluted elsewhere.

The panel of judges held a trial after rejecting newly elected Democratic Secretary of State Jocelyn Benson's attempt to settle the suit by redrawing at least 11 state House districts for the 2020 election.

GOP lawmakers who intervened in the suit have said the entire proceeding should be halted until the U.S. Supreme Court rules on redistricting cases from North Carolina and Maryland. In oral arguments last month, conservative justices who hold a 5-4 majority seemed wary of getting federal judges involved in determining when electoral district maps are too partisan.

U.S. Rep. Bill Huizenga, R-Zeeland, released this statement on the matter Thursday:

“Judges and courts should not be in the business of drawing legislative boundaries. I have consistently said Michigan’s Second Congressional District is not gerrymandered. While the outcome of this ruling has the potential to impact all of Michigan’s Congressional Districts, it needs to be pointed out that the boundaries of the Second District were not called into question by this litigation. I believe this ruling will be appealed and the underlying litigation will continue to work its way through the courts.”

The Michigan Democratic Party released this statement:

“We welcome this ruling and any decision that permanently addresses the unconstitutional practice of gerrymandering, and we remain focused on how these positive changes will affect all Michigan voters and their representatives. The people of Michigan can now have legitimate hope that the years of Republicans stacking the deck are over, and they will finally have the opportunity to elect a legislature that is working on policy to improve the lives of the people of Michigan, rather than protecting political advantage."
GRA:It isn't getting any easier for DJT,is it?
--GR Anonymous

Nicholas said...

When did you see that interview? Can you recall what the perp looked like?