Sunday, May 30, 2010

Have a wonderful Memorial Day!

Greetings Blog Readers--

CAJD will be back with new posts next week.  And as always our post will keep it "real".

In the mean time don't do anything this holiday weekend that Joe Deters wouldn't do.  That means you're free to do any fking thing you like.  In seriousness, be safe.

Wednesday, May 19, 2010

Part time prosecutor rears his ugly head to make deal in Lockland teens arrest case

CAJD's understands Deters making the tough decision to recommend that the charges against the Lockland teens be reduced. It seems clear that if all the teens involved in the illegal prank were persons of color, Deters would NOT have agreed to reduce the charges. And if Deters does not stick to his back door deal—don’t be surprised blog readers because it wouldn’t be the first time. It’s plausible that Deters made the back door deal because when the details of his arrest for soliciting a hooker in a car in Cleveland becomes public, Deters is going to want the public to offer up compassion. Who else finds it ironic that the part time prosecutor only rears his prosecutorial head on headline cases. Then, possibly, he sneaks back with tail between legs to the cushy law offices of Chesley or Heekin & Heekin for a little R&R. Or in Heekin’s case a little coke??????

WTF can Joe Deters say regarding this issue?  Let me guess. Because there are black and white students involved Deters can't play the race card. Or can he?  He'll have sympathy for the whites, persecution for the blacks. If you are a regular reader of  this blog you cannot deny that I believe in punishment across the board. However, I do not believe in favortism.  It appears Deters favors white people.  CAJD's believes in fair and equal treatment and punishment for all people.

Deters after your press conference, turn to black radio,  Lincoln Ware 1230 am the Buzz.  Listen to what the black community thinks about double standard prosecution.

Sunday’s shooting at Club Ritz - Who should the black community blame?

Sunday’s shooting at Club Ritz - Who should the black community blame?

On Sunday May 16, 2010, a young black man, Dexter Burroughs was shot dead on the nightclub’s dance floor. The community is outraged and that's a good thing because I sometimes wonder if some of us have become desensitized to a young, black man's murder. “Hey did you hear that a young black man got shot and killed? “Yeah and it’s supposed to be sunny tomorrow.” Let's never have that casual conversation.

Who should we blame? I understand misplaced anger. When a tragedy happens in our family or in the community, some of us need someone or something to blame. Sometimes the blame is warranted or misplaced. Sometimes both.

Club Ritz. The club owner has a responsibility to the club goers and to the community to make sure everything is operating on the "up". I don't have to explain what this means. C'mon people you know what this means. This is not an accusation against the business but a charge to the business owner to cross all "moral" and "legal" T's, and dot the I's. And NO I don't think the Ritz should close

The Parents. We are charged as parents to parent. We must parent our offspring. I know that it's possible to parent and still have a loved one end up in prison, or worst the morgue. However, we cannot condone behavior from our young people that is immoral or illegal. This is not an accusation against the Burrough's family. CAJD's extends it's condolences to the family.

Finally, and you didn't think I would end without asking where is the outrage from the persecutor to find the shooter? Oh the person was black that was shot. No outrage from Deters.

Thursday, May 13, 2010

Joe "Death Penalty" Deters No Good for the black community

Joe "Death Penalty" Deters

Can you believe that Ohio, with Hamilton County leading the way, is on the heels of Texas in its number of executions?

Thanks Joe Deters.

It should come as no surprise that people of color or disproportionably sentenced to die. Thanks Joe Deters.

Now comes this fellow--Michael F. Beuke

He has been forgiven by one of his victims, and God. Can Judge Nadel or Deters find it in their hearts to forgive?  Can you?
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Monday, May 10, 2010

Tim Burke - Lincoln Ware - Joe Deters: Who can Cincinnati's Black community really trust?

Tim Burke - Lincoln Ware - Joe Deters: Who can Cincinnati's Black community really trust?

Who will ever forget that a couple of elections back Tim Burke, the Chair of the Democratic Party, cut a deal with the republicans not to run democratic candidates against currently elected republican judges, the sheriff, and the county prosecutor- JOE DETERS. The black community, not just FBK's beloved son, continues to suffer from Deters double standard style of prosecution: over-prosecution, high bonds, and death sentences  for blacks AND  under-prosecution, or no prosecution for others.  It appears Tim Burke would rather see a candidate from another party in office, than a candidate that he did not endorse.

When I voted in the May 4th, 2010 primary - I voted with the Democratic ticket. There were some candidates on the ticket that I did NOT vote for. When I vote in November I will do so on a case by case basis. I will not vote the  Dem ticket across the board. Others should vote on a case by cases basis as well.

Now comes the case of Lincoln Ware. Lincoln Ware has been a good friend to Cincinnati's Black community. More often than not. I, for one, appreciate how he allowed me on his radio and TV show to share my book, with his audience. After Lincoln allowed me to come on his show, the black people's persecutor,  swore that he'd l never again go on Lincoln's show again.

Now comes a case of the Hamilton County Democratic party leaving a particular candidate off the ballot. Lincoln Ware deserves some credit (most credit should go to the ones who posted on facebook, texted, and volunteered)  for making the community aware of this fact. When a certain blogger called a certain radio host and requested that he let a certain candidate on his show, he excitedly agreed.

Go Lincoln!

Friday, May 7, 2010

How to understand the Black people's Persecutor --Joe Deters

read the following books.

A Question of Freedom – A Memoir of Learning, Survival, and Coming of Age in Prison by R. Dwayne Betts.

In The Place of Justice – A Story of Punishment and Deliverance by Wilbert Rideau.

The New Jim Crow – Mass Incarceration in the Age of Colorblindness.

Yeah, it’s like that!

Tuesday, May 4, 2010

Monzel: Deters' Devil

I'm so thankful that Ghiz did not win.  But say it ain't so!  Say Deters' Devil Monzel didn't win.

May the Lord have mercy on Hamilton County.