http://bhbanco.org Free Rev. Pinkney 11/15/16 Sign o the Times 917-889-8059 Call in Push 1 to speak Rev. Edward Pinkney is a community organizer in Benton Harbor, Michigan. He founded the organization BANCO (Black Autonomy Network Community Organization) because, in his own words: "Many years ago I was going about my life believing that the justice system was just that until I started going to the court house to observe all the wrong convictions. There are numerous factors for wrongful convictions in the Berrien County court system. Most of the problems are in the local judicial system." After leading protests against the corrupt judicial system, police, and some local politicians, all under the influence of Whirlpool Corporation whose headquarters are in Benton Harbor, Rev. Pinkney himself became a political prisoner after wrongful convictions not once, but twice. Both times, in 2005 and in 2014, he was falsely charged with election fraud related to recall elections of corrupt city officials. And that is just the tip of the iceberg of the struggles led by Rev. Pinkney....
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