Monday, Oct. 20 from 7:00pm – 9:00pm
5920 Second Avenue at Antoinette, Near WSU in Midtown
Contact: 248-383-3595 or 313-671-3715
Rev. Edward Pinkney, the veteran community activist from Benton Harbor has been bound over for trial on false charges in St. Joseph, the seat of Berrien County. Rev. Pinkney is facing prosecution on five counts of election fraud, which are felonies, as well as six misdemeanor charges. If found guilty he could be sentenced to up to twenty-five years in prison.
He was under house arrest during his initial hearing, but now he is out on bond.
Also Rev. Pinkney desperately needs funds for his defense. Funds are also needed to transport supporters from Detroit to his upcoming trial on Mon. Oct. 27.
The fight continues: Rev. Pinkney is just one man who like many others will not fall under pressure, it will only make them stronger.
The battle in Berrien County continues against the corrupt politicians, local government and Whirpool Corporation, who have staged a complete takeover of Benton Harbor.
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