Support Rev. Pinkney
Monday, Sept. 14, 7 PM
5920 Second Ave., near Antoinette, two blocks north of WSU
Rev. Pinkney was charged in 2014 with allegedly altering five dates on a recall petition against Benton Harbor’s mayor. A community leader in the overwhelmingly African American city, Pinkney was tried and convicted before a white judge, white prosecutor and all-white jury. He was sentenced to 2.5 to 10 years in prison on December 15, 2014. The jury had been told “you do not need evidence to convict Rev. Pinkney” and the judge said he was “going to make an example” of him.
*Learn about how Rev. Pinkney was railroaded to prison. Hear directly from Rev. Pinkney calling in during the meeting from prison. Find out how you can help free an innocent man.
*Donations can be made at bhbanco.org or checks can be sent to BANCO, c/o Mrs. Dorothy Pinkney, 1940 Union St., Benton Harbor, MI 49002
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