Wednesday, January 19, 2011

Freeway Ricky Ross is "out and talking"

"Ricky Donnell Ross (born April 30, 1960[1]), also known as "Freeway" Ricky Ross , is a convicted drug trafficker best known for the "drug empire" that he presided over in Los Angeles, in the early 1980s.[2] The nickname "Freeway" came from Ross's ownership of several properties along the Harbor Freeway. His old house he grew up in is where a freeway now stands.[3] During the height of his drug dealing, Ross claims to have made "$2 millions in one day."
In 1996, Ross was sentenced to life imprisonment after being convicted of trying to purchase more than 100 kilograms of cocaine from a federal agent. Ross became the subject of controversy later that year when a series of articles by journalist Gary Webb in the San Jose Mercury News brought to light a connection between one of Ross's cocaine sources, Danilo Blandon, and the CIA as part of the Iran-Contra scandal.[4] The decision in Ross's case was brought to a federal court of appeals where his sentence was reduced to 20 years. His sentence has since been reduced further for being a model prisoner and he was moved to a halfway house in California in March 2009, and was released on September 29, 2009.[5]" wikipedia

Bush, Reagan let drugs flow free to US from Nicaragua' - says Ross.  Here he discusses his CIA connections,  he talks about why the government allowed a hard drug pipeline into the Black community. He also talks about the Taliban and Heroin from Afghanistan. Ross says our government is out of control.  Click here to go to Freeway Rick's Blog   also see

Monday, January 17, 2011

MLK's Letter from Birmingham Jail - "A Call for Unity" (1963)

This video is over an hour long but don't let that deter you from watching it. Please take the time to view this video. Take the time to share it with with our young people, who may not be aware of its contents or the valor of those who struggled during those trying times. The struggle is not over and they will need the examples of doctor King and those of us who worked with him to hold themselves and the country accountable for the injustices that are still occuring.

"Freedom must be demanded by the oppressed."

"Justice too long delayed is justice denyed"