Fighting the Corporate Dictatorship; Rev. Pinkney’s Trial Day 1
Fighting the Corporate Dictatorship; Rev. Pinkney’s Trial, Day 1, October 27th, 2014
From the Streets;
We bring you interviews from Benton Harbor community and supporters from other cities about event’s on Day 1 of trial against Rev. Edward Pinkney. Impressions and concerns are expressed about the possible verdict based on the events during the first day of the trail. Return to People’s Tribune Radio for updates.
Fighting the Corporate Dictatorship; On the Significance of Rev. Pinkney Trial
From the Editors; On the Significance of Rev. Pinkney Trial
The People’s Tribune has been in this fight since 2005, when we began to report on the dismantling of democracy in Michigan. As the economy in the Rust Belt (and nation) worsens, naked corporate rule in Michigan has continued to rear its head. Fascism takes hold by victory after small victory.
Hear what the people are doing about it !
Update – Benton Harbor, MI: Fighting the Corporate Dictatorship
Update: Events Surrounding Rev. Pinkney’s Trial and the Recall Election of the Mayor of Benton Harbor, Mi.
Reverend Pinkney has become the face of resistance to the notion that the working class has no rights that the corporation is bound to respect. Any and all efforts must be made to overturn the charges against Pinkney as a step toward overturning the spread of this model to the rest of Michigan and the nation.
Truth be told, the charges leveled against Reverend Edward Pinkney in Benton Harbor, MI are but the latest saga in a ruthless pursuit of naked corporate rule that is gripping the state of Michigan
Benton Harbor, MI: Fighting the Corporate Dictatorship
Rev. Edward Pinkney, an embattled minister, speaks about his arrest on bogus vote fraud charges.