Malcolm X and Oakland Post Editor Chaucey Bailey were both killed by socalled Muslims in conspiracy with the police. Manning Marable's biography will lay bare more evidence of police involvement. Fifty years later there is call for a new trial to consider the New York police role in the murder of Malcolm X.
We wonder will it take fifty years before the citizens of Oakland call for a new trial in the assassination of Chauncey Bailey in broad daylight downtown? But just as Malcolm's killers were acting at the behest of the New York Police, even serving as his body guards, Chauncey's killers were mentored by the Oakland Police, and were under surveillance as well. So how could Chauncey be murdered without their prior knowledge?
And to show the depths of the conspiracy, the Monkey Mind Media only lightly touches on police involvement, after all, Harry Harris, an embedded reporter with the OPD, has long ago outlived his usefulness as an objective voice. He may as well be the chief OPD spokesman. The tragedy is that we cannot separate the Monkey Mind Media from other institutions who defend the political economic structure. They all benefit from the blood of the oppressed, the wretched of the earth. The irony is that they work for the consent of the governed.
The Chauncey Bailey Project, the UC Berkeley School of Journalism and the Robert Maynard Institute has reaped millions spreading half truths and is guilty of the sin of omission by not pursuing the very subject matter that is the main reason Chauncey was assassinated: his investigation of City Hall corruption and police corruption. Why has not the Monkey Mind Media used its arsenal of writers and reporters to go beyond surface level scanning of Chauncey's most serious work, police and political corruption, including murder, drug dealing, money laundering, shake downs and false arrests? Yet they laud him as a valiant journalist, but fear to tread in his footsteps. Are they simply cowards or just sycophants. For sure, Chauncey was in the tradition of Freedom's Journal, the first African newspaper published in 1827. I will never forget the day at the Oakland Post Newspaper office when he recited the founding days of that newspaper so vital to representing the voice of slaves. The Monkey Mind Media is more in harmony with the slave masters of today, especially as we advance to neo-slavery. Ishmael Reed thus calls them the Jim Crow Media.
The result is a community full of ignorance and fear at the very thought of blaming the police and politicians for a murder that is a common occurrence throughout the world and most especially just below our border in Mexico.
If you believe in such, it is just a coincidence the Manning biography of Malcolm was released during the trial of those accused of murdering Chauncey. And just as the New York police have yet to stand trial for their role in the murder/conspiracy, the officers who mentored the Bakery brothers are yet to have their day in court.
There is a plethora of community persons willing to testify about police abuse under the color of law. There was a security guard on duty at McDonald's near the crime scene who recognized Officer Longmire as one of the officers who shook him down when he ued to hustle. Longmire was in charge of the crime scene, yes, the mentor of the suspected killers, yet he refused to talk with an eye witness at the crime scene. He was momentarily removed from duty but returned after the chief of police slipped safely into retirement.
Police from New York to Oakland should be aware there is no hiding place. As we watch people around the world, especially in the Middle East, calling for justice and the end to police corruption and abuse under the color of law, the day shall surely come when police in America will face the wrath of people's justice. They can avoid this rapidly arising day of judgment by confessing their sins and deciding to be on the side of the people's revolution. If not, they shall surely find themselves on trial for crimes against humanity.
--Marvin X, Prime Minister of Poetry, First Poet's Church of the Latter Day Egyptian Revisionists http://www.firstpoetschurch.blogspot.com/