Monday, November 23, 2009

Citizens Against Attorney Tom Heekin--Coke up nose?!

Deters has always wondered why CAJD never had a problem with Andrew's paid "criminal" criminal attorney.  We do. I do. Heekin admitted that he could have caught a couple of felonies back in college. Coke up the nose? 

Crimianl attorney has confessed his sins, some of them--He did not "represent" my beloved Drew as he should have.

Deters has never admitted that he pays for sex.  He does according to my sources. Why would a man pay for sex when they have a wife and a mother-in-law? 

And I know this isnt exactly what I should be blogging about.  Pain makes you blog about things you are not proud of.

Whore humpers and and druggies???

One of those days folks...meaninful post.

Friday, November 20, 2009

Tom Joyner has got it "twisted" about President Obama.

I'm interested in hearing from folks on this one.  Below is an email between CAJD and Tom Joyner.  What's your position folks?  Is President Obama doing enough for people of color?  Are we his base?  What about locally?  Are we Mayor Mallory's base?  Is Black folk their base. Should we demand that our issues be put on the front burner. Feedback.......

Am I wrong or is Tom wrong?  Or are we both kinda right?

Email =

Message = What happens to a Dream Deferred?

Dream Deferred--

He robbed a bank for college tuition. That's what my son Andrew, a 19-year old

college student told the judge when he was sentenced to 20 years in prison--more

years in prison than he'd been alive.


I wish our honorable President would do more to help our young, black, men not

become extinct. Don't you?

What up, (none of your)!

I'm so sorry to hear about your son's situation, but with all due respect, it's

not President Obama's job to keep things like this from happening. The

president is a great role model and is working hard to improve our economy,

reform health care, keep folks from losing their homes, and don't forget the

wars in Iraq and Afghanistan. The Obama administration has so many obligations,

and the president has already said that he will do everything he can to make

financial aid for college students across the country more readily available.

I'm not passing judgement on your son, but it sounds like he was in a desperate

situation and he made a choice. I'm sorry this is the choice he made, and I'm

keeping your family in my prayers.

God bless!



We are the President's base. Poor black folk. Some of us gave our last dollar. We volunteered. We supported Acorn, ex-felons rights to vote. We supported juveniles that turned 18 while incarcerated--their right to vote. We took people to vote on the buses. We are the President's base. With all due respect Mr. Joyner, we don't want the President in Asia, Afghanst--we want him in our back yards. My sleeves are rollled up to help our country and our President. Yet, I don't feel much love, lately, from Mr. President.

I personally donated, volunteered, I've fought tea baggers, haters--back up off our President. Palin is in our town today (Cincinnati). And her base it there lining up to purchase her books. Her base, love them or hate, rough around the edges, most. Now it appears that President's base, or so he believes, is affluent blacks, that's fine. Love that. However, I am his base. Struggling--College educated. Two jobs. Community volunteer. Ex-offender. Son incarcerated--am I not worthy--is my community not worthy to have their specific needs addrressed?

I admire you TJ. I admire the President. But I will speak and let my voice be heard.

Keep me laughing.
Forgotten base--NO LAUGHING MATTER

too lazy to edit.

Palin takes care of her base!

Does President Obama take care of his base? 
Is there room for improvement with people like Dirty Deters running around?

Below is a letter from the President

From: The White House - Presidential Correspondence

Subject: Thank you for your message
Date: Thursday, November 19, 2009, 7:23 PM

Dear Friend:

Thank you for sharing your thoughts with me on criminal
justice. I appreciate hearing from you.

As we work to improve security on our streets and in our
neighborhoods, we will also lead the fight to build a more fair and
balanced criminal justice system. All Americans deserve to be
treated equitably as they enter this system, and have opportunities
after they pay their debt to society.

That is why I support the efforts of Federal, state, and local
law enforcement authorities to prohibit racial profiling--a practice
that has targeted too many Americans. I also support funding for
drug courts, which give first-time, non-violent offenders a chance
to serve their sentence, if appropriate, in drug rehabilitation
programs that have often been proven to work better than prison.
In addition, my Administration is committed to working with
Congress to correct the vast sentencing disparities faced by those
convicted of possession of crack cocaine as compared to powder
cocaine. If you break the law, consequences should follow, but our
Nation must ensure that sentencing fits the crime.

Just as we ensure fairness within the criminal justice
system, we must also create opportunities for those who want to
turn their lives around. My 2010 Budget commits $175 million to
programs proven to help formerly-incarcerated people reenter
society. These programs provide job training, work incentives,
transitional assistance, and substance abuse and mental health
treatment--all verified methods of reducing the likelihood that a
person will return to prison.

Please join me online to learn more about my agenda for
criminal justice reform at:

Thank you again for writing.

Barack Obama

To be a part of our agenda for change, join us at

Wednesday, November 18, 2009

Deters does not blame Colerain township man for WEED deaths. Parents of firefighters sue

How could any of us forget the tragedy--two of Cincinnati's finest firefighters plummeted to their deaths because Matthew Combs of Colerain Township grew weed in his house and the house caught on fire. Of course Deters (p-t prosecutor, f-t black people prosecutor persecutor) asserts that the weed had nothing to do with the fire. That’s not what the parents of Broxterman believe.

Justice for Broxterman. Read the article on wcop's website below. If you are unable to click on link, cut and paste it in your url browser.

Equal and Exact Justice (Deters' Penis)

I was in downtown Cincinnati today, the day of my beloved son- Andrew's birthday, November 18, taking care of some business for my son. As I walked past the just-us center my attention was directed to look up at a person or group of people, that were beating on the window at me or at somebody. I’ve been told that the inmates can see people that pass by and beat on the window to get their attention. As I looked away from the just-us center my eyes focused on the court house where I was headed, sporting my Citizens Against Joe Deters t-shirt.

For the first time ever I noticed the words on that building. They read:

Equal and exact justice to all men whatever state or persuasion religious political. It seems it would be commas in between those words and there might have been--perhaps I didn’t notice. I was taken aback by the words. Equal and exact justice…definitely not what’s going on in Cincinnati or in America. Some are never brought to justice for their crimes. And that bothers me. It really does. All that break the law need to be brought to justice, but no one deserves to be the victim of injustice.

Is paying someone to put your penis in their mouth a crime? What about their ass? What about if the offense happened in Cleveland?

One of those days readers. One of those days.

Look for me to post info on virtual protest in the next couple of days.

Happy Birthday - Beloved Drew

It's been a tough week.

The fight continues.

The struggle goes on.

Beloved Drew you are paying your debt to society...and soon
Deters  will too!

Joe must Go!

Sunday, November 15, 2009

Ft. Hood - My hood

I woke upthis morning, really early, like 3 am, and saw the caskets of the Ft. Hood soldiers going home. My heart truly bleeds for the families of the soldiers. Why? What if…..?? And so many other questions surrounding that tragedy bounce in my head.

On another note-- my hood. Everyday there’s a tragedy! And no one seems to care.

Our honorable President-- I went on the White House website and below are the issues listed. What about his promise to eliminate sentence disparities? Over prosecution/sentencing? I write the President every month (sometimes more). I keep the generic correspondences that I receive. I appreciate the President and will continue to support him. But I’ll also continue to fight for my hood.

Civil Rights
Energy & Environment
Fiscal Responsibility
Foreign Policy
Health Care
Homeland Security
Seniors & Social Security
Urban Policy
Additional Issues (nothing about sentence disparity, etc.)

Friday, November 13, 2009

Deters should follow Dobbs lead.......

Dear Citizens Against Joe Deters,

Thank you.

Last night was Lou Dobbs' last show on CNN. Dobbs' sudden departure is a powerful reminder of what we are capable of when we work together. For years, Dobbs used his prominent platform on CNN as a perch to spread hate, misinformation, and wild conspiracy theories. Thanks in no small part to your continued dedication and activism, starting today, Dobbs no longer has that platform.

Watch a video highlighting our efforts against Dobbs:

In July, Dobbs followed up years of trafficking in fact-free, racially charged conspiracy theories by promoting "birther" paranoia about President Obama's birth certificate on CNN's airwaves. In response, thousands of you signed our petition and sent emails calling on CNN president Jon Klein to address CNN's Lou Dobbs problem. In August, after CNN tried to sweep the issue under the rug, your generosity helped us raise enough money to air an ad calling on the network to credibly address the issue. After CNN rejected the ad, it aired on MSNBC.

In September, in partnership with NDN, America's Voice, the National Council of La Raza, LULAC, and more than a dozen other prominent progressive, Hispanic, and civil rights groups, we launched, which placed new focus on Dobbs' ongoing hate speech and misinformation. After CNN still refused to address its Dobbs problem, you once again generously helped us raise enough money to air an ad made with our friends at America's Voice. Yet again, CNN refused to air the ad, but the message we sent was clear:The American people had had enough of Dobbs' hate speech, and we weren't going to drop the issue.

Today, thanks to your efforts and the work of our partners, Dobbs can no longer use CNN as a platform to pursue his dangerous, one-sided, and often conspiracy-tinged crusade against immigrants. This is a happy day for those who care about our nation of immigrants and believe in the power of media to elevate the political discourse.

Yet, while this is a great day for our efforts, our work to hold the media accountable is by no means over. Earlier this week we launched a petition calling on Rupert Murdoch to apologize for agreeing with Fox News demagogue Glenn Beck's outrageous claim that President Obama is "a racist." As usual, you responded to our call to action with fervor. Nearly 10,000 people have signed the petition in less than 48 hours. On Tuesday night, a News Corp. spokesman told the Politico that Murdoch "does not at all, for a minute, think the president is a racist." Clearly, this statement does not square with Murdoch's own words from the interview. If you haven't had a chance to sign the petition calling on Murdoch to apologize, please take a moment to do so now:

Thank you for your continued help in holding the media accountable. As today powerfully demonstrates, when we work together, we can create real, lasting change.

Eric Burns
Media Matters for America

P.S. -- Don't forget to watch the video highlighting our efforts against Dobbs here: Please consider donating to help us keep up the fight against conservative misinformation:

FAMM ( A Great org. needs your help) Stop Deters and people like him


On Wednesday, Mary Price, vice president of FAMM, called for the elimination of mandatory minimums. I'm sure you're thinking, "That's nothing new. It's what she does every day." But Wednesday was different: Mary's message was carried by the Wall Street Journal to millions across the country. Click here to read the article.

Join her. Raise your voice. Make change happen.

Take a minute to write your federal senators in support of S. 1789, the Senate bill to equalize crack and powder cocaine mandatory minimums. Even if your loved one is serving time under another mandatory sentencing law, your support of this bill is crucial to changing all rigid sentences.

Spending just two minutes (one for each senator) on FAMM's action center is all it takes to make a difference. It will give you your senators' names, email addresses and a sample message. All you have to do is click "send." It is that easy! Click here to write your senators.

Mary was able to take the message outside of Washington. That is important, but not as important as what you can do with your voice as a constituent. Write your senators and make change happen.

Sincerely yours,


Jennifer Seltzer Stitt
Federal Legislative Affairs Director

Sentences that fit. Justice that works.

Out of Prison. Out of luck.

Below is an article that touches on a topic that CAJD will discuss when we have our virtual protest (coming soon!). Because at the end of the day we can challenge the crooked prosecutor to the max, but we must also work at solutions.


Please click on link below.

Tuesday, November 10, 2009

Something Meaniful Mayor Mallory/President Obama (Do you care?)

Black Males Endangered But Do We Really Care? 

Young Black males are principal players in the unholy drama of wanton violence in our inner cities. The recent surge in such violence was propelled into sharp focus by the senseless killing of 16-year-old Derrion Albert in Chicago, but similar atrocities abound nationally. The underlying causes are known but systematically minimized or overlooked. While assessments and remedies seem as varied as the causes, some are hugely misleading, well-intentioned or not.

Dr. Bill Cosby regularly castigates "disgraceful'' young Black males from his elitist perch. Sadly, many Black adults share Cosby's predilection and maintain a safe distance (literally and figuratively) from despised and "disrespectful" young "gangsters. Middle class Blacks, especially, skirt the self-defeating implications of abandoning their less fortunate brethren- a huge mistake since racism trumps class (especially Black classism), and they know it.

Yes, the statistics are scary and even the most cynical pundits are alarmed by the worsening plight of Black males in America. The economic meltdown, notwithstanding, an overall improved economy and some new public policy in recent years helped other groups, including Black women, but not African American men.

Studies ad nauseam, show that a large pool of poorly educated Black men are becoming much more disconnected and disenfranchised from the mainstream than comparable whites or Latinos. Most troubling, however, is the apparent indifference of Blacks themselves to this phenomenon. As alluded to earlier, the middle class tends to look askance at the plight of poorer Blacks and are increasingly absent in the continuing struggle for success and survival.

Confirming what most Blacks know all too well, recent studies show that for Black males, finishing high school is becoming the exception, especially in the inner cities. There, decent jobs are harder to find than ever and incarceration rates for Blacks often surpass high school graduation rates- even though overall crime rates in urban areas have declined. Harry J. Holzer, Georgetown University: "If you look at the numbers, the 1990s was a bad decade for young Black men, even though it had the best labor market in 30 years."

In response to the worsening situation for young Black men, a growing number of programs are placing as much importance on teaching life skills-like parenting, conflict resolution and character building-as job skills. The share of young Black men without jobs has climbed relentlessly: In 2000, 65% of Black male high school dropouts in their twenties were jobless; by 2004 the share had grown to 72%, compared with 34% of whites. Overall, most Black men in their twenties were jobless and incarceration rates climbed to historic highs in the past few years. By 2004, 21% of Black men in their twenties were incarcerated an in 2007 the rate increased precipitously. Poverty, failing schools, uninvolved parents, a decline in blue-collar jobs, a subculture that glorifies swagger over work, and the on-going effect of racism, all contribute to the deepening plight of Black youth.

By their mid-thirties, 30% of Black men with no more than a high school education have served time in prison, as have 60% of dropouts. About half of all Black men in their late twenties and early thirties who did not go to college are non-custodial fathers; the kind of work most of them find does not lead to advancement or provide adequate insurance or security for them or their families. This country spent billions of dollars in efforts that produced the start of a turnaround for poor women, but according to current reports, is only beginning to think about Black males with comparable priority.

A seminal question remains: What is actually being done to reverse the downward spiral of Black males? Clearly, public policy changes that benefit Blacks are sorely needed. African American leaders together with concerned others must work together to create sustained pressure on public officials and other high- level decision makers to improve conditions that significantly affect Black life. The rhetoric of accountability rings hollow as young Black males sink ignominiously into oblivion while the rest of us mutter distant eulogies.

Blacks must become sufficiently dissatisfied to actually do something other than complain about the problem of Black males-Black youth especially. There are no revelations in the stockpile of studies on their plight and collectively, we all contribute to the problem and must be accountable for sustainable solutions.

written by   Larry Aubry     Los Angeles Sentinal


Saturday, November 7, 2009

Bad Poems, Really bad poems for council members and Deters too!

Poems for Council members and Deters too!

Mayor Mallory the people have spoken
200 million choo choo train and you it can't be broken.

Winburn, Winburn he’s our man!
Can he really be trusted-- a black Republican?
Yes he can! Yes he can!

Bortz, Bortz, gets his choo choo train
If he doesn’t get federal dollars who will he blame?

Quall, Quall, came in 1st place
When Cecil looked up, she’d already won the race.

Cecil Thomas likable guy!
But he’ll throw you in jail for a joint
And wish the people had said goodbye.

Cole, Cole
Damn girl you came in last…
Don’t you wish now you’d beat Leslie Ghiz ass?
Did she really tell you to shut up?
Run down ass Rethuglican always on Bill Cunningham’s nuts.

Monzel, Monzel looks like he eats macaroni
Frowned at me because I opposed his crony (Deters)

Berding, Berding, he’s got some cute kids
That bad stadium deal is still raising eye lids.

Quinlivin, Laura got in on her first try
Kinda sad that Greg Harris had to say goodbye.

Ghiz, Ghiz, what a nasty twittering witch
Why don’t you join forces with Palin, two stupid______

(OK I’m working on the Ghiz poem)

Deters, Deters that prosecuting prick
Have you been back to Cleveland lately-- to see that trick?

(Yes, this blog has been reduced to this....soon I'll turn it back into something meaniful...)

Mayor is wrong if he gives VM position to Quinlivin

It seems clear Quinlivin will make an darn good council person... But she hasn't earned her stripes.  Time to hop off coat tail and earn the stripes.

And Winburn's got the "it" factor.  I love Charlie.  But the Mayor won't give it to Charlie.

Thomas is a likable guy, but soooooooo wrong for Cincinnati.  Still pissed he let Officer Tase-her get away with hurting his daughter...and why doesn't he demand that fox Deters prosecute the cop. Ohhh, I get it....

Cole  will go on to bigger and better things...

Qualls has been there and done that.....

Jeff "cute kids" Berding, Ghiz, Bortz, Monzel.....DON'T EVEN THINK ABOUT IT.......

My vote for vm is Watson. That's right when Cole goes on to her new position, she could appoint Watson to her seat and Watson could be VM


(too lazy to edit)

Happy Saturday! 7 November

Greetigs Blog readers!

Get out and enjoy the beautiful day!

LOL!     Live out Loud!

Oh and yes....Laugh out Loud too!

Will post info on Deters' virtual protest next week.