D. Maria


Saturday, December 30, 2006



The Execution of Saddam Hussein (Cartoon Vid)




People Across Iraq celebrate the execution of Saddam. Celebrations prominent in Kurds/Shia areas.

Friday, December 29, 2006


Helen Reddy - I Am Woman (Live, 1973)

Butcher of Baghdad Executed

Educate yourself to the atrocities committed by saddam hussein:

—1978-80: Hundreds of thousands of Iraqis, whose ancestors were of Iranian origin, packed in trucks and thrown out on border with Iran. Property confiscated. Hundreds died in very cold weather. Thousands of their teenage sons kept in Iraqi jails and after more than 15 years all killed.

— 1983: Government campaign against members of Kurdish Barzani tribe for helping Iran launch offensive in northern Iraq. Estimated 8,000 killed, many buried in mass graves far from home in Iraq's southern desert.

—1986-88: Scorched-earth offensive known as "Anfal" that included chemical attacks on Kurds in northern Iraq for advocating autonomy. Estimated 180,000 Kurds killed, many buried in mass graves in south. Possible genocide charges in Iraqi tribunal.

—1991: Crackdowns on Shiite Muslim and Kurdish uprisings at end of the Gulf War. Estimated 60,000 killed. Many buried in mass graves.

—1992: Draining of marshes in southern Iraq, driving population known as Marsh Arabs from homes and wiping out way of life. Tens of thousands killed. No mass graves. Possible genocide charges.

—1979-2003: Various political prisoners of populations distrusted by Saddam disappeared, including Turkomans, religious Muslims and communists. Tens of thousands believed killed. Many buried in mass graves, some near prisons.

These are just a few of saddam hussein's victims,
they include women and children!

Thursday, December 28, 2006

Run, They Told Me, Barack Obama

Obsession - Radical Islam's War against the West - full version

Wednesday, December 27, 2006

That Sandbox Called Iraq...

Tuesday, December 26, 2006

Philadelphia Merry Christmas !

Monday, December 25, 2006


Christmas lights extravaganza

Sunday, December 24, 2006

A Crazy War For Crazy Times! Christmas In Iraq {VIDEO}

COPS Christmas Special!


Saturday, December 23, 2006

All I want for Christmas is a Soldier coming home !









The Begining and the End

The Begining and the End


Friday, December 22, 2006


Friday, December 15, 2006

Santa Baby......... Santa knows what you want...wink wink

Nukin Futs 2006!

Saturday, December 09, 2006

25th anniversary of the murder of Daniel Faulkner

Today is the 25th anniversary of the murder of Philadelphia police officer Daniel Faulkner. The judicial system in Philadelphia is truly sickening in this case. When will the family and friends of P/O Faulkner have justice?!? It angers me beyond words!! I have a lot of family members as well as friends that are in the PPD; I can only imagine how I'd feel if this happened to one of them.

One thing is crystal clear Officer Faulkner was MURDERED by Wesley Cook AKA Mumia Abu-Jamal. Wesley is such a coward! Please note: While Officer Faulkner back was turned, Wesley opened fire, striking Officer Faulkner in the back four times. Only a coward would shoot someone in the back!

The suspect was charged and convicted of murder then sentenced to death in two separate trials. In December 2001 a federal judge overturned the death sentence and ordered a new sentencing hearing.

Mumia shot Officer Faulkner execution style; I only hope that I live to see Mumia executed...Which is the only sentence Mumia deserves.

Here are some snipets from the 'Justice for Daniel Faulkner' website. If you're not already, please, take the time to become informed about the Daniel Faulkner case.

Consider the Facts that Convicted Mumia Abu-Jamal.

Myth #1

The bullet that killed Officer Faulkner was a .44 caliber bullet, while Jamal's gun was a .38 caliber.

Myth #2

Several "eyewitnesses" saw someone else shoot Officer Faulkner and then escape up an alley.

Myth #3

The jury that convicted Mumia Abu-Jamal was racially stacked against him by the prosecutor, who used eleven of his peremptory challenges to exclude qualified black jurors, solely because they were black.

Myth #4

Mumia Abu-Jamal is a political prisoner who was convicted and sentenced to death because of his political beliefs and his past membership in the Black Panthers.

Myth #5

The court allocated just $150 for Mumia Abu-Jamal and his attorney to mount their entire defense.

Myth #6

The Philadelphia Police Department lost evidence, withheld evidence, coerced witnesses and conspired against Mr. Jamal to obtain a conviction.

Myth #7

In an effort to frame Mumia Abu-Jamal and secure a conviction, the Philadelphia Police fabricated a story about Mumia Abu-Jamal's Emergency Room confession.

Myth #8

Mr. Jamal was coming to the aid of his brother who was being brutally beaten by Officer Faulkner.

Myth #9

Mumia Abu-Jamal was denied his right to self representation, in violation of his Constitutional Rights.

Myth #10

Mumia Abu-Jamal's court appointed attorney was admittedly incompetent and incapable of mounting a defense on Jamal's behalf.

Myth #11

Judge Albert Sabo has sentenced more black people to death than any other Judge in the U.S. Therefore, he had a bias against Mumia Abu-Jamal.

Myth #12

The ballistics evidence used to convict Mumia Abu-Jamal was flawed. The police failed to test Jamal's hands to see if he had recently fired a gun and they never "sniffed" Jamal's gun to see if it had been fired.

Myth #13

Only one prosecution witness saw Mr. Jamal with a gun.

Myth #14

Mumia Abu-Jamal is an "award winning journalist" who was targeted by police and Mayor Frank Rizzo because he had repeatedly exposed police corruption in Philadelphia.

Myth #15

Some of Jamal's supporters suggest that the "real killer's" driver's license was found in Officer Faulkner's pocket the morning he was murdered.

Myth #16

The downward angle of Jamal's wound makes the prosecution's explanation of the shooting impossible.

Myth #17

Justice for Daniel Faulkner response to the Arnold Beverly Story

THE DANNY FAULKNER STORY ~~ Supporters of Mumia Abu-Jamal

The following persons or organizations either lent their names to paid advertisements in support of or have lent their support in other ways to the man convicted of murdering Philadelphia Police Officer Danny Faulkner. The sources from which these names were obtained include:

Amnesty International USA web site
APBnews.com web site, 10/4/99
Jamal News Service, various dates
Mumia 911 advertisement, 9/11/99
Mumia support web site
New York Times advertisement, 10/16/98
New York Times advertisement, 8/9/95
Personal requests via e-mail, 8/21/99, 8/5/01, 12/20/01, 1/15/02
Philadelphia Daily News, 11/26/99
sonicnet.com web site, various dates
Yahoo! News, 8/19/99

(NOTE: Affiliations are for identification purposes only. They do not necessarily imply any institutional endorsement of the views expressed by the individual listed.)

ABC No Rio - club & gallery (Mumia 911, 9/11/99)
Acoli, Sundiata - political prisoner/visual artist (Mumia 911, 9/11/99)
Addison-Wesley Publishing Company, publisher of Live from Death Row by Mumia Abu-Jamal
Africa, Pam - coordinator of International Concerned Family & Friends of Mumia Abu-Jamal (sonicnet.com, 1/8/99)
Africa, Romona - leader of International Concerned Family & Friends of Mumia Abu Jamal (Yahoo! News, 8/19/99)
Aiyetoro, Adjoa A. - Director, National Conference for Black Lawyers (New York Times, 8/9/95)
Akbar, Sonia Navvab - Barcelona, Spain (New York Times, 10/16/98)
Alexander, Shana - author (New York Times, 10/16/98 & New York Times, 8/9/95)
All Natural - hip hop artists (Mumia support web site)
Allen, Steve - comedian, musician, author (Mumia 911, 9/11/99)
Allers, Jackson - Working Class Productions (Mumia 911, 9/11/99)
Altschuler, Alan (New York Times, 10/16/98)
Alvarez, Dr. Ricardo (New York Times, 10/16/98)
Ammiano, Tom - San Francisco Board of Supervisors (New York Times, 10/16/98)
Amnesty International (http://www.amnestyusa.org/abolish/reports/mumia)
Anderson, Debbie - photographer (Mumia support web site)
Anderson, Fred & Debbie - Magi Crafts (Jamal News Service, 8/30/99)
Anderson, Laurie - artist (New York Times, 8/9/95)
Anderson, Sam - arts organizer (Mumia 911, 9/11/99)
Anderson, W. Cody - WHAT-AM, Philadelphia (New York Times, 10/16/98)
Andrews, Benny - visual artist (Mumia support web site)
Angelou, Maya - poet (New York Times, 8/9/95)
Applebroog, Ida - visual artist (Mumia 911, 9/11/99)
Arnold, Johann Christoph - author (New York Times, 10/16/98)
Asia One - B-Boy Summit organizer (Mumia 911, 9/11/99)
Asner Family Foundation (New York Times, 10/16/98)
Asner, Edward - actor (Mumia 911, 9/11/99 & New York Times, 10/16/98)
Atzlan Underground - band (Mumia 911, 9/11/99)
Auster, Paul - author (New York Times, 8/9/95)
Axelrod, David - producer, musician (Mumia 911, 9/11/99)

B - photographer (Mumia 911, 9/11/99)
Babu, Ayuko - Pan African Film Festival (Mumia 911, 9/11/99)
Bad Mojo - band (Mumia support web site)
Bad Religion - punk group (sonicnet.com, 1/29/99)
Baker, Houston - University of Pennsylvania (New York Times, 10/16/98)
Baldwin, Alec (New York Times, 8/9/95)
Banks, Russell - author (New York Times, 8/9/95)
Banton, Pato - reggae musician (Mumia 911, 9/11/99)
Barlow, John Perry - Cofounder, Electronic Frontier Foundation (New York Times, 8/9/95)
Barnet, Richard J. - Institute for Policy Studies (New York Times, 8/9/95)
Beach, Jennifer - FireWorx (New York Times, 10/16/98)
Beastie Boys - rap group (sonicnet.com, 1/29/99)
Bedau, Hugo Adam - Tufts University (New York Times, 10/16/98)
Belafonte, Harry - singer/actor (New York Times, 10/16/98)
Bell, Derrick - legal scholar (New York Times, 8/9/95)
Berkman, Alan (New York Times, 10/16/98)
Berrigan, Daniel - peace activist (New York Times, 10/16/98)
Berrigan, Philip - Plowshares (New York Times, 10/16/98)
Beth B - visual artist (Mumia support web site)
BiblioMANIA@mediawest.com, a free-speech E-mail list (New York Times, 10/16/98)
Billingslea, Nikia - poet, dancer (Mumia 911, 9/11/99)
Billops, Cammile - visual artist, filmmaker (Mumia 911, 9/11/99)
Birden, Carolyn M. - Community College of Philadelphia (New York Times, 10/16/98)
Bisson, Terry - writer (Mumia 911, 9/11/99 & New York Times, 10/16/98)
Black Eyed Peas - hip hop artists (Mumia 911, 9/11/99)
Blackalicious - hip hop artists (Mumia 911, 9/11/99)
Blakeslee, Joy (New York Times, 10/16/98)
Blank, Jessica - events coordinator for Mumia 911 (sonicnet.com, 8/19/99)
Boots, The Coup - hip hop artist (Mumia 911, 9/11/99)
Bowman, Dean - musician (Mumia 911, 9/11/99)
Branfman, Judy - visual artist (Mumia support web site)
Brathwaite, Fred - musician, filmmaker (Mumia 911, 9/11/99)
Brecht Forum/N.Y. Marxist School (New York Times, 10/16/98)
Brown, Aaron (E-mail to Grand Lodge, 8/5/01)
Brown, Jr., Oscar - entertainer, composer, writer (Mumia 911, 9/11/99)
Browne, Jackson - musician (Mumia 911, 9/11/99)
Brugman, Bruce B. - S.F. Bay Guardian (New York Times, 10/16/98)
Brutus, Dennis - poet (Mumia 911, 9/11/99 & New York Times, 10/16/98 & New York Times, 8/9/95)
Buffalo Group of SUNY Faculty, Staff & Students (New York Times, 10/16/98)
Burrows, Vinie - actor (Mumia 911, 9/11/99)
Burton, John L. - President pro tempore, California State Senate (New York Times, 10/16/98)
Butts III, Rev. Dr. Calvin O. (New York Times, 10/16/98)
Byrne, David - Luaka Bop Records (New York Times, 8/9/95)
Byron, Don - jazz musician (Mumia 911, 9/11/99)

Caf/Club Fais Do-Do (Mumia 911, 9/11/99)
Caffentzis, Dr. Wilma - New Hope, PA (New York Times, 10/16/98)
Caine, Uri - jazz musician (Mumia 911, 9/11/99)
California Nurses Association (New York Times, 10/16/98)
Campaign to End the Death Penalty - Chicago, IL (New York Times, 10/16/98)
Campbell, Naomi - model, actress (New York Times, 8/9/95)
Carrasco, Barbara - muralist (Mumia 911, 9/11/99)
Caruso, Denise - journalist (New York Times, 8/9/95)
Chamberlain, Owen - Nobel Laureate (New York Times, 10/16/98)
Channel Live - hip hop artist (Mumia 911, 9/11/99)
Chin, Staceyanne - poet (Mumia 911, 9/11/99)
Chinosole - Editor of Schooling the Generations (New York Times, 10/16/98)
Chomsky, Noam (New York Times, 10/16/98 & New York Times, 8/9/95)
Christie, David B. - Netscape Communications Corp. (New York Times, 10/16/98)
Chuck D - hip hop artist (Mumia 911, 9/11/99)
Chumbawamba - band (Mumia 911, 9/11/99 & New York Times, 10/16/98)
Ciment, Jill - writer (Mumia 911, 9/11/99)
Clark, Pat - Philadelphia, PA (New York Times, 10/16/98)
Clark, Ramsey - former U.S. Attorney General (New York Times, 10/16/98)
Cleary, Beth - theater director (Mumia 911, 9/11/99)
Clement, Mark L. - Plough Publishing (E-mail to Tim Richardson, 8/21/99)
Cloward, Richard A. - Professor, Colorado University School of Social Work (New York Times, 8/9/95)
Cochran, Jr., Johnnie L. (New York Times, 10/16/98)
Coffee, Kevin (New York Times, 10/16/98)
Cohen, Ben - Ben & Jerry's (New York Times, 8/9/95)
Colman, Steve - poet, National Slam Team Champion '98 (Mumia 911, 9/11/99)
Comite de Soutien a Mumia Abu-Jamal & friends - Marseille, France (New York Times, 10/16/98)
Committees of Correspondence (New York Times, 10/16/98)
Common Sense - hip hop artist (Mumia 911, 9/11/99)
Conal, Robbie - visual artist (Mumia 911, 9/11/99 & New York Times, 8/9/95)
Cone, James H. - Professor of Theology (New York Times, 10/16/98)
Conyers, Congressman John (News Release, 10/13/99)
Cornershop - band (Mumia 911, 9/11/99)
Coughlan, Mary - musician (Mumia 911, 9/11/99)
Coyote, Peter - actor (Mumia 911, 9/11/99)
Crossed, Richard & Carol (New York Times, 10/16/98)
Cuomo, Kerry Kennedy - Founder, Robert F. Kennedy Center for Human Rights (New York Times, 8/9/95)
Cuprak, Elizabeth E. (New York Times, 10/16/98)
Cut Chemist - DJ (Mumia 911, 9/11/99)

Daa'ood, Kamau - poet (Mumia 911, 9/11/99)
Dadone, Ronnie - West Chester, PA (New York Times, 10/16/98)
Daniels, Ron - Executive Director, Center for Constitutional Rights (New York Times, 8/9/95)
Datcher, Michael - poet (Mumia 911, 9/11/99)
Davenport, N'Dea - musician (Mumia 911, 9/11/99)
Davis, Angela Y. (New York Times, 10/16/98)
Davis, Ossie - actor (Mumia 911, 9/11/99 & New York Times, 10/16/98)
Davis, Walter E. - Kent State University (New York Times, 10/16/98)
de la Rocha, Zack (Press Conference Statement, 1/29/99)
De La Soul - hip hop artists (Mumia 911, 9/11/99)
de Menil, Dominique (New York Times, 8/9/95)
Dean, Donald - jazz musician (Mumia 911, 9/11/99)
Deep Dish TV (Mumia 911, 9/11/99)
Dellums, U.S. Representative Ronald V. (New York Times, 8/9/95)
Demarest, Davis - Carnegie Mellon University (New York Times, 10/16/98)
Derrida, Jacques (New York Times, 8/9/95)
Devil's Advocates, The - band (Mumia 911, 9/11/99)
Dibner, Nina - Committee Seeking Equal Justice, Inc. (New York Times, 10/16/98)
Dilated Peoples - hip hop artist (Mumia 911, 9/11/99)
Dill, Lesley - visual artist (Mumia support web site)
Dinkins, David - former mayor, City of New York (New York Times, 10/16/98 & New York Times, 8/9/95)
Divine Styler - hip hop artist (Mumia 911, 9/11/99)
Dix, Carl - Revolutionary Communist Party (New York Times, 10/16/98)
Doctorow, E.L. - author (New York Times, 10/16/98 & New York Times, 8/9/95)
Dolack, Pete - poet (Mumia support web site)
Donahue, Katherine (New York Times, 10/16/98)
Donner, Christine - Rocky Mountain Peace & Justice (New York Times, 10/16/98)
Drake, Sandra E. (New York Times, 10/16/98)
Dray, Julian - National Assembly of France (New York Times, 10/16/98)
Dread Scott - visual artist (Mumia 911, 9/11/99)
Drooker, Eric - visual artist (Mumia support web site)
Drummond, Ray - jazz musician (Mumia 911, 9/11/99)

Ebert, Roger - film critic (New York Times, 8/9/95)
Educators for Mumia - City-As-School, New York (New York Times, 10/16/98)
Eisencher, Michael (New York Times, 10/16/98)
Emmer, Toby - Committee to Return Sylvia Baraldini to Italy (New York Times, 10/16/98)
Emspak, Frank - School for Workers, University of Wisconsin (New York Times, 10/16/98)
Ensler, Eve - playwright (Mumia 911, 9/11/99)
EPMD - hip hop artists (Mumia support web site)
Epstein, Jason - Editor, Random House (New York Times, 8/9/95)
Erpelding, Ernest - Luxemburg (New York Times, 10/16/98)
Espada, Martin - poet, essayist (Mumia 911, 9/11/99)
Esteves, Sandra Maria - poet (Mumia 911, 9/11/99)
Evans, Peter B. - U.C., Berkeley (New York Times, 10/16/98)
Everlast - hip hop artist (Mumia 911, 9/11/99)
Espresso Mi Cultura - coffeehouse & gallery (Mumia 911, 9/11/99)

Fair Play for Mumia Komiteen, Copenhagen, Denmark (New York Times, 10/16/98)
Faludi, Susan - journalist (New York Times, 8/9/95)
Farrell, Mike (New York Times, 10/16/98 & New York Times, 8/9/95)
Fattah, Congressman Chaka (News Release, 10/13/99)
Felshin, Nina - curator (Mumia 911, 9/11/99)
Ferguson, Wynne - Alliance for Democracy (New York Times, 10/16/98)
Ferris, Timothy - author (New York Times, 8/9/95)
Ferry, Carol Bernstein (New York Times, 10/16/98)
Fifth Street Dicks - jazz coffee house (Mumia 911, 9/11/99)
Fisher, Eileen - clothing designer (New York Times 8/9/95)
Fontaine, Nasio - reggae musician (Mumia 911, 9/11/99)
Franti, Michael - musician (Mumia 911, 9/11/99)
Freedom for Mumia Abu-Jamal, Zurich (Philadelphia Daily News, 11/26/99)
Freestyle Fellowship - hip hop artists (Mumia 911, 9/11/99)
French Solidarity Youth Caravan for Mumia Abu-Jamal - Paris & Niort, France (New York Times, 10/16/98)
Friends of Leanna Washington, Philadelphia, PA (New York Times, 10/16/98)
Friends of Mumia Abu-Jamal of New York City (New York Times, 10/16/98)
Frumkin, Sherry - gallerist (Mumia 911, 9/11/99)

Gaines, Reg e. - poet/playwright (Mumia 911, 9/11/99)
Gaitan, Maria Elena - performance artist (Mumia support web site)
Gamba-Adisa, Mars - spoken word & jazz artist (Mumia support web site)
Gamboa, Jr., Harry - writer (Mumia 911, 9/11/99)
Garrett, Lila - screenwriter/producer (Mumia 911, 9/11/99)
Gates, Henry Louis - W.E.B. Du Bois Professor of the Humanities, Harvard University (New York Times, 8/9/95)
Gibson, Henry - actor (Mumia 911, 9/11/99)
Gilbert, Dr. Derrick (aka D Knowledge) - poet (Mumia 911, 9/11/99)
Gilliam, Terry - film director (New York Times, 8/9/95)
Gilman, Tracy - visual artist/educator (Mumia support web site)
Giovanni, Nikki - poet (Mumia 911, 9/11/99)
Gittleson, Ruby - African People's Solidarity Committee (APBnews.com, 10/4/99)
Gloria - poet/performer (Mumia 911, 9/11/99)
Glover, Danny (New York Times, 8/9/95)
Goldin, Frances - literary agent/housing activist (New York Times, 10/16/98)
Golub, Leon - visual artist (Mumia 911, 9/11/99 & New York Times, 10/16/98 & New York Times, 8/9/95)
Gonzalez, Guy - National Slam Team Champion, 1998 (Mumia support web site)
Gordimer, Nadine - author (New York Times, 8/9/95)
Gordon, Jerry - trade unionist (New York Times, 10/16/98)
Gould, Stephen Jay - Harvard University (New York Times, 10/16/98 & New York Times, 8/9/95)
Grass, Gunter - author (New York Times, 8/9/95)
Grupo de Artistas Salvadorneos (Mumia support web site)
Guevara, Ruben - playwright (Mumia 911, 9/11/99)
Gumbleton, Bishop Thomas - Detroit (New York Times, 10/16/98)
Gumbs, Onaje Allan - pianist, composer (Mumia 911, 9/11/99)
Gunther, Herbert Chao - President, Public Media Center (New York Times, 8/9/95)

Haas, Jeannett Beaulieu (New York Times, 10/16/98)
Hagel, Bill - Ethical Culture Society of Queens (New York Times, 10/16/98)
Hahn, Leigh Ann - arts administrator (Mumia 911, 9/11/99)
Halevy, Ilan - P.L.O. Envoy to Socialist International (New York Times, 10/16/98)
Halleck, DeeDee - Paper Tiger Television (New York Times, 10/16/98)
Hammad, Suheir - poet (Mumia 911, 9/11/99)
Hanlon, Stuart - attorney for geronimo ji Jaga (New York Times, 10/16/98)
Harrelson, Woody (New York Times, 10/16/98)
Harris, Sue, Ph.D. - Peoples Video Network (New York Times, 10/16/98)
Hatch, Jim - writer (Mumia support web site)
Hawkins, Steve - National Coalition to Abolish the Death Penalty (New York Times, 10/16/98)
Haworth, Rob - musician (Mumia 911, 9/11/99)
Hayes, Isaac - musician (Mumia 911, 9/11/99)
Haynes, Craig - musician (Mumia support web site)
Healey, Jack - Human Rights Action Center (New York Times, 8/9/95)
Heltah Skeltah - hip hop artists (Mumia 911, 9/11/99)
Herman, Edward (New York Times, 10/16/98 & New York Times, 8/9/95)
Herron, Aundre - Northern California ACLU (New York Times, 10/16/98)
Hervella, Gorka Ramos - Barcelona, Spain (New York Times, 10/16/98)
Heyward, Rev. Carter (New York Times, 10/16/98)
Hicks, Sander - Soft Skull Press (Mumia 911, 9/11/99 & New York Times, 10/16/98)
Hightower, Jim - National Radio Host & Commentator (New York Times, 8/9/95)
Hiken, Barbara (New York Times, 10/16/98)
Hillman, James - psychologist, author (New York Times, 8/9/95)
Hirsch, Oliver - NYU curatorial professor (Mumia support web site)
Ho, Fred - composer, musician (Mumia 911, 9/11/99)
Hoch, Danny - actor (Mumia 911, 9/11/99 & New York Times, 10/16/98)
Hochschild, Arlie & Adam - founder, Mother Jones (New York Times, 10/16/98)
Holguin, Ginger - Chicano Artist Network (Mumia 911, 9/11/99)
Holliday, Bette & Teresa (New York Times, 10/16/98)
Honig, Victor & Lorraine (New York Times, 10/16/98)
Hooks, Bell - cultural critic (New York Times, 8/9/95)
Hothouse Flowers - band (Mumia support web site)
Hughes, Vincent - Pennsylvania State Senator (New York Times, 10/16/98)

I Was Born with Two Tongues - poets (Mumia support web site)
Ignatiev, Noel - New Abolitionist, Inc. (New York Times, 10/16/98)
Independent Pittsburgh Friends of Mumia Abu-Jamal (New York Times, 10/16/98)
International Concerned Family & Friends of Mumia Abu-Jamal (New York Times, 10/16/98)
Ivins, Molly - political columnist (New York Times, 8/9/95)

Jackson, Brian - musician (Mumia 911, 9/11/99)
Jackson, Rev. Jesse (New York Times, 10/16/98)
Jackson, Samuel L. - actor (Mumia 911, 9/11/99)
Jacobson, Carol - visual artist (Mumia 911, 9/11/99)
Jaffe, Larry - poet (Mumia support web site)
Jaga, geronimo ji - political prisoner in U.S. for 27 years (New York Times, 10/16/98)
Jamison, Harold - Major, U.S.A.F. (Retired) (New York Times, 10/16/98)
Jang, Jon - composer & pianist (Mumia support web site)
Javadi, Aresh - puppeteer (Mumia support web site)
John, Joseph - Elwood City, PA (New York Times, 10/16/98)
Jones, Bill T. - Artistic Director, Bill T. Jones/Arnie Zane Dance Co. (New York Times, 8/9/95)
Jones, Sarah - poet (Mumia 911, 9/11/99)
Jordan, June - poet; professor, African American Studies, University of California, Berkeley (New York Times, 8/9/95)
Jurassic 5 - hip hop artists (Mumia 911, 9/11/99)
Just Justice - anti-death penalty group, France (New York Times, 10/16/98)

Kambui, Sister Somaya - liberation songstress (New York Times, 10/16/98)
Kapor, Mitchell (New York Times, 8/9/95)
Kasem, Casey - broadcaster (New York Times, 8/9/95)
Katzan, Stephan (New York Times, 10/16/98)
Katzin, Donna (New York Times, 10/16/98)
Kearns, Jerry - visual artist (Mumia 911, 9/11/99)
Kingsolver, Barbara (New York Times, 10/16/98)
Kingston, Earll & Maxine Hong (New York Times, 10/16/98)
Kinoy, Arthur - Center for Constitutional Rights (New York Times, 10/16/98)
Kissinger, C. Clark - Refuse and Resist! (New York Times, 10/16/98 & New York Times, 8/9/95)
Knitting Factory - nightclub (Mumia 911, 9/11/99)
Knutson, April & Jim - Pastors for Peace (New York Times, 10/16/98)
Kohl, Herbert - educator, author (New York Times, 8/9/95)
Kozol, Jonathan (New York Times, 10/16/98 & New York Times, 8/9/95)
Kuby, Ronald L. (New York Times, 10/16/98)
Kurup, Shishir - actor, playwright, director, composer (Mumia 911, 9/11/99)
Kushner, Tony - playwright (New York Times, 8/9/95)
Kweli, Talib - hip hop artist (Mumia 911, 9/11/99)

Ladd, Mike - poet (Mumia 911, 9/11/99 & sonicnet.com, 12/8/98)
LaMontagne, Rocky - promoter (Mumia 911, 9/11/99)
Landis, John (New York Times, 10/16/98 & New York Times, 8/9/95)
Lanier, Jaron - computer scientist (New York Times, 8/9/95)
Lara-Salas, Zelma - poet (Mumia support web site)
Last Emperor, The - hip hop artist (Mumia 911, 9/11/99)
Last Poets (Mumia 911, 9/11/99)
Lear, Lyn & Norman (New York Times, 8/9/95)
Lee, Spike - director, producer, actor (New York Times, 8/9/95)
Leib, Elliott - Project Coordinator, Reggae Free Mumia CD (Mumia 911, 9/11/99)
Lesnick, Henry - Hostos Community College (New York Times, 10/16/98)
Lester, David - film producer (Mumia 911, 9/11/99 & New York Times, 10/16/98)
Levi, Jamila - Human Rights Activists (New York Times, 10/16/98)
Levison, Scott (E-mail to Grand Lodge, 12/20/01)
Lewis, Edward - Chairman & CEO, Essence Communications, Inc. (New York Times, 8/9/95)
Lin, Maya - artist (New York Times, 8/9/95)
Lippard, Lucy - writer (Mumia 911, 9/11/99)
Lippman, George - FireWorx (New York Times, 10/16/98)
Locks, Goldii - Mumia's daughter/hip hop artist (Mumia 911, 9/11/99)
Lomax, Pat - writer (Mumia support web site)
Lopez, Alma - visual & public artist (Mumia support web site)
Lord Jamar Allah, Brand Nubian - hip hop artist (Mumia 911, 9/11/99)
Loving, Al - visual artist (Mumia support web site)
Luciano - reggae artist (Mumia support web site)
Lukova, Luba - visual artist (Mumia 911, 9/11/99)

Mackler, Jeff - Socialist Action (New York Times, 10/16/98)
Mailer, Norman - author (New York Times, 8/9/95)
Malcheski, Kim (New York Times, 10/16/98)
Maleski, Stan - In Creative Unity (Mumia 911, 9/11/99)
Margulis, Judy (New York Times, 10/16/98)
Markham, G.F. & Rose (New York Times, 10/16/98)
Mario - poet (Mumia 911, 9/11/99)
Mariposa - poet (Mumia 911, 9/11/99)
Martinez, Daniel - visual artist (Mumia support web site)
Martinez, Ruben - writer (Mumia 911, 9/11/99)
Marx, Frederick - producer/director, "Hoop Dreams" (New York Times, 10/16/98 & New York Times, 8/9/95)
Masekela, Hugh - musician (Mumia 911, 9/11/99)
Mason, Keith Antar - playwright, poet (Mumia 911, 9/11/99)
Matthiessen, Peter (New York Times, 10/16/98)
McCallum, Bradley - visual artist/director (Mumia 911, 9/11/99)
McCarty, Michael D. - storyteller (Mumia support web site)
McCann, Catherine M. (New York Times, 10/16/98)
McDonough, Susan - SEIU ..715 (New York Times, 10/16/98)
McEvoy, Nion - Editor-in-Chief, Chronicle Books (New York Times, 8/9/95)
McFerrin, Bobby - vocalist, conductor (New York Times, 8/9/95)
McWilliams, Brian - Int'l President, I.L.W.U (New York Times, 10/16/98)
Mear - visual artist (Mumia 911, 9/11/99)
Medina, Tony - poet (Mumia 911, 9/11/99)
Medusa - hip hop artist (Mumia 911, 9/11/99)
Meeropol, Ellen & Robert - Rosenburg Fund for Children (New York Times, 10/16/98)
Meiselas, Susan - photographer (New York Times, 8/9/95)
Melenchon, Jean Luc - Senate of France (New York Times, 10/16/98)
Mendez France, Marie-Claire - widow of French Foreign Minister (New York Times, 10/16/98)
Mendoza & family, Hydra (New York Times 10/16/98)
Mesches, Arnold - visual artist (Mumia 911, 9/11/99)
Meyer, Nancy - writer (New York Times, 8/9/95)
Meyer, Pedro - photographer (New York Times, 8/9/95)
Miller, Paul D. (aka DJ Spooky, That Subliminal Kid) (Mumia 911 9/11/99)
Millet, Kate - writer, visual artist (Mumia 911, 9/11/99)
Mirante, Kathleen, M.D. (New York Times, 10/16/98)
Mitford, Jessica - author (New York Times, 8/9/95)
Mobley, Leon - musician (Mumia 911, 9/11/99)
Momin, Ravish - jazz musician (Mumia support web site)
Monch, Pharoahe - hip hop artist (Mumia 911, 9/11/99)
Montoya, Malaquias - visual artist (Mumia 911, 9/11/99)
Montoya, Richard - Culture Clash (Mumia 911 9/11/99)
Moody, Kim (New York Times, 10/16/98)
Moore, Jessica Care - poet (Mumia 911, 9/11/99)
Moore, Michael - TV Nation (New York Times, 8/9/95)
Moorehead, Monica - Workers World Party (New York Times, 10/16/98)
Moretti, Frank - Associate Headmaster, The Dalton School (New York Times, 8/9/95)
Morton, Very Rev. James Park - Interfaith Center of New York (New York Times, 10/16/98 & New York Times, 8/9/95)
Morton, Margaret - photographer (Mumia 911, 9/11/99)
Mos Def - hip hop artist (Mumia 911, 9/11/99)
Moyenda, Kamau B. (New York Times, 10/16/98)
Mozon, Nadine - poet (Mumia 911, 9/11/99)
Mt. Tai - band (Mumia support web site)
MuMs - poet (Mumia 911, 9/11/99)
Mutabaruka - reggae artist (Mumia 911, 9/11/99)
Myers, Lou - actor (Mumia support web site)

Nadel, Nancy - Oakland City Council (New York Times, 10/16/98)
Nathanson, Roy - jazz musician (Mumia support web site)
National Lawyers Guild (New York Times, 10/16/98)
National Lawyers Guild/New York Chapter (New York Times, 10/16/98)
National Peoples Campaign (New York Times, 10/16/98)
Newman, Paul (New York Times, 8/9/95)
Ngoma - poet (Mumia 911, 9/11/99)
Nino, Carlos - Working Class Productions (Mumia 911, 9/11/99)
Nolan, Molly - New York University (New York Times, 10/16/98)
Norton, Peter (New York Times, 8/9/95)
Norvell, Joel (New York Times, 10/16/98)

O'Brien, Sally - WBAI (New York Times, 10/16/98)
O'Neal, John - theater artist (Mumia 911, 9/11/99)
Oakland Education Association, CTA-NEA (New York Times, 10/16/98)
Oates, Joyce Carol - author (New York Times, 8/9/95)
Office of the Americas, Los Angeles (New York Times, 10/16/98)
Olabisi, Noni - muralist (Mumia support web site)
Olson, Alix - poet (Mumia 911, 9/11/99)
One Struggle, Miami (New York Times, 10/16/98)
One Ten Design Studio (Mumia 911, 9/11/99)
Ornish, Dean, M.D. - President, Preventive Medicine Research Institute (New York Times, 8/9/95)
Ortiz, Ruben - visual artist (Mumia support web site)
Outterbridge, John - visual artist (Mumia 911, 9/11/99)
Ozomatli - band (Mumia 911, 9/11/99)

Paley, Grace - author (New York Times, 8/9/95)
Patinkin, Sheldon - theater director (Mumia 911, 9/11/99)
Patricof, Alan (New York Times, 8/9/95)
Paul, Don - writer (Mumia support web site)
Payson, Martin D. (New York Times, 8/9/95)
Pearson, Elizabeth - Interfaith Pilgrimage for Peace & Justice (New York Times, 10/16/98)
Perron, Wendy - choreographer (Mumia 911, 9/11/99)
Pickard, Troy - President, SNCC, Chapman University (E-mail to Grand Lodge, 1/15/02)
Pietaro, John - music therapist/composer (Mumia support web site)
Pipman, Mor - visual artist (Mumia support web site)
Piven, Frances Fox - professor, City University of New York (New York Times, 8/9/95)
Pollitt, Katha (New York Times, 10/16/98 & New York Times, 8/9/95)
Powell, Leslie - visual artist (Mumia support web site)
Prejean, Sister Helen, C.S.J. - author (New York Times, 8/9/95)

Quickley, Jerry - poet/playwright (Mumia 911, 9/11/99)
Quino - vocalist for Big Mountain (Mumia 911, 9/11/99)

Rage Against the Machine - band (Mumia 911, 9/11/99 & New York Times, 10/16/98)
Ramos-Nishita, Mark (Mumia support web site)
Rangel, U.S. Representative Charles B. (New York Times, 8/9/95)
Ray, Amy - Indigo Girls (Mumia support web site)
Reagon, Bernice Johnson - singer, composer (Mumia 911, 9/11/99)
Real Big Fish - band (Mumia support web site)
Rediker, Marcus - University of Pittsburgh (New York Times, 10/16/98)
Reeves, Geoff Pitt (New York Times, 10/16/98)
Refuse and Resist!/Atlanta (New York Times, 10/16/98)
Rha Goddess - performing artist (Mumia 911, 9/11/99)
Ribot, Marc - musician (Mumia 911, 9/11/99)
Ricanstruction - band (Mumia 911, 9/11/99)
Rice, Shauna (New York Times, 10/16/98)
Rich, Adrienne - poet (Mumia 911, 9/11/99 & New York Times, 10/16/98 & New York Times, 8/9/95)
Rico, Juli - Rico Gallery (Mumia 911, 9/11/99)
Riddle, Mark - musician (Mumia 911, 9/11/99)
Rinaldi, Matthew - National Lawyers Guild (New York Times, 10/16/98)
Robbins, Tim (New York Times, 8/9/95)
Robinson, Robyne - Newsanchor, KMSP, Minneapolis (Mumia support web site)
Rockwell, Robert, M.D. - Refuse and Resist! (New York Times, 10/16/98)
Roediger, David - University of Minnesota (New York Times, 10/16/98)
Rollins, Tim - visual artist (Mumia 911, 9/11/99)
Roots, The - hip hop artists (Mumia 911, 9/11/99)
Ross, David A. - Director, Whitney Museum of American Art (New York Times, 8/9/95)
Rudalevige, Donald & Suzanne - United Methodist Church (New York Times, 10/16/98)
Ruhland, John (New York Times, 10/16/98)
Rushdie, Salman - author (New York Times, 8/9/95)
Russell, Mark - Executive/Artistic Director, PS122 (Mumia 911, 9/11/99)

S.F. Bay Area Mobilization to Free Mumia Abu-Jamal (New York Times, 10/16/98)
Saar, Betye - visual artist (Mumia 911, 9/11/99)
Saliers, Emily - Indigo Girls (Mumia support web site)
Sanchez, Anna E. (New York Times, 10/16/98)
Sanchez, Sonia - poet (Mumia 911-9/11/99 & New York Times, 10/16/98)
Sapp, Steven - playwright/performer, Universes (Mumia 911, 9/11/99)
Sarandon, Susan - actress (Mumia 911, 9/11/99 & New York Times, 8/9/95)
Savitt, Charles C. - President, Island Press (New York Times, 8/9/95)
Schiffrin, Andre - Director, The New Press (New York Times 8/9/95)
Scott, Celia - Mayor, Santa Cruz, CA (New York Times, 10/9/98)
Sealey, Chris - loopholemagazine.com (Mumia support web site)
Seeds of Wisdom - hip hop artists (Mumia 911, 9/11/99)
Seeger, Pete - songwriter (Mumia 911, 9/11/99 & New York Times, 10/9/98)
Seeger, Toshi Aline (New York Times, 10/9/98)
Self Help Graphics - gallery (Mumia 911, 9/11/99)
Sellars, Peter - theater director (Mumia 911, 9/11/99 & New York Times, 10/19/98 & New York Times, 8/9/95)
Seman, John (New York Times, 10/16/98)
Seven Women Political Prisoners - U.S. Federal Prison, Dublin, CA (New York Times, 10/19/98)
Shange, Ntozake - playwright, poet (Mumia 911, 9/11/99)
Shapiro, Anna - Resident Director, Steppenwolf Theater (Mumia 911, 9/11/99)
Shapiro, JoAnn - theater director (Mumia 911, 9/11/99)
Sharp, S. Pearl - poet/filmmaker (Mumia 911, 9/11/99)
Shaw, Lou (New York Times, 10/16/98)
Shea, John - actor (Mumia 911, 9/11/99)
Shiloh, Ras - reggae musician (Mumia 911, 9/11/99)
Shirek, Maudelle Miller - Vice Mayor, Berkeley, CA (New York Times, 10/19/98)
Shock G, Digital Underground - hip hop artist (Mumia 911, 9/11/99)
Sholette, Greg - visual artist, Repo History (Mumia 911, 9/11/99)
Silver, David (New York Times, 10/16/98)
Simmons, Laurie - visual artist (Mumia 911, 9/11/99)
Simmons, Sharrif - poet (Mumia 911, 9/11/99)
Slate, Michael - writer, revolutionary worker (Mumia 911, 9/11/99)
Slorider - band (Mumia support web site)
Smith, Chuck - theater director (Mumia 911, 9/11/99)
Smith, La Nola - poet (Mumia support web site)
SOB's - nightclub (Mumia 911, 9/11/99)
Solidarity, a socialist-feminist organization (New York Times, 10/16/98)
Solidarity Distributors, Prairie Fire Organizing Committee (New York Times, 10/16/98)
Sosa, Frank - producer, "Unbound," hip hop/spoken word CD for Mumia (Mumia 911, 9/11/99)
Sparrow - poet (Mumia 911, 9/11/99)
Spero, Nancy - artist (New York Times, 10/16/98 & New York Times, 8/9/95)
Spiegelman, Art - Comix Artist (New York Times, 8/9/95)
St. Victor, Sandra - musician (Mumia 911, 9/11/99)
Stein, Bob - publisher of Voyager CD-ROM on Mumia (Mumia 911, 9/11/99 & New York Times, 10/16/98 & New York Times, 8/9/95)
Stein, Charles - Professor Emeritus (New York Times, 10/16/98)
Steinem, Gloria (New York Times 10/16/98 & New York Times, 8/9/95)
Stevens, May - visual artist (Mumia 911, 9/11/99)
Stipe, Michael - R.E.M (New York Times 10/16/98 & New York Times, 8/9/95)
Stone, Oliver - filmmaker (New York Times, 8/9/95)
Stone, Richard - Fresno Center for Nonviolence (New York Times, 10/16/98)
Stonehill, Brian - Director of Media Studies, Pomona College (New York Times, 8/9/95)
Stress Magazine (Mumia 911, 9/11/99)
Strossen, Nadine - President, American Civil Liberties Union (New York Times, 8/9/95)
Styler, Trudie - producer, actress (Sting's Wife) (New York Times, 8/9/95)
Styron, William - author (New York Times, 8/9/95)
Summersault.com (Mumia 911, 9/11/99)

Taylor, Karen - singer (Mumia 911, 9/11/99)
Taylor, Mark - Princeton Theological Seminary (New York Times, 10/16/98)
Temple, Johnny, Girls Against Boys - musician (Mumia 911, 9/11/99)
Tenenbaum, Dan - Seattle Mumia Defense Committee (New York Times, 10/16/98)
Thiel, Mark A. - The Siding Company (Jamal News Service, 8/21/99)
Thread of Unity, The - a family investment corporation (New York Times, 10/16/98)
Thirty Postal Workers - Miami, Florida (New York Times, 10/16/98)
Thorne, David - visual artist (Mumia 911, 9/11/99)
Tiger, Edith - Director, National Emergency Civil Liberties Committee (New York Times, 8/9/95)
Tisdale, Danny - visual artist (Mumia 911, 9/11/99)
Tobach, Ethel - American Museum of Natural History (New York Times, 10/16/98)
Toberman, Seth - visual artist (Mumia 911, 9/11/99)
Toots and the Maytals - reggae artist (Mumia 911, 9/11/99)
Tre, Slimkid - The Pharcyde (Mumia 911, 9/11/99)
Trible and the Oasis of Peace, Dwight - jazz musicians (Mumia 911, 9/11/99)
Trinidad, Garth - Chocolate City (Mumia 911, 9/11/99)
Tufte, Edward R. - professor, Yale University (New York Times, 8/9/95)
Turner, Peter & Anthony (New York Times, 10/16/98)
Tutu, Archbishop Desmond - Nobel Laureate (New York Times, 10/16/98)
Twin Cities Coalition to Defend Mumia Abu-Jamal, Minnesota (New York Times 10/16/98)
2 Skinnee J's - band (Mumia 911, 9/11/99)
Ty, MC Ambassador - hip hop artist (Mumia support web site)

Upski - author, graffiti artist (Mumia 911, 9/11/99)
Urge, The - band (Mumia 911, 9/11/99)
Utne, Eric - Editor-in-Chief, Utne Reader (New York Times, 8/9/95)

van Bruggen, Coosje (New York Times, 10/16/98)
Viola, Bill - visual artist (Mumia 911, 9/11/99 & New York Times, 8/9/95)
Voodoo Glow Skulls - band (Mumia 911, 9/11/99)

Wachtel, Chuck - writer (Mumia 911, 9/11/99)
Wahad, Dhoruba Bin - Inst. for Devel. of Pan African Policy, Ghana (New York Times, 10/16/98)
Wailers, The - reggae artists (Mumia 911, 9/11/99)
Waite, Peter - visual artist (Mumia 911, 9/11/99)
Wakeling, Dave - musician (Mumia 911, 9/11/99)
Walker, Alice - writer (Mumia 911, 9/11/99 & New York Times, 10/16/98 & New York Times, 8/9/95)
Walker, Victor - playwright (Mumia 911, 9/11/99)
Wallace, Naomi - playwright (Mumia 911, 9/11/99)
Wallach, Donna - Mobilization to Free Mumia Abu-Jamal (New York Times, 10/16/98)
Wallis, Victor (New York Times, 10/16/98)
Walsoe, Per - Judge of the Supreme Court of Denmark (New York Times, 10/16/98)
Warren, Michael W., Esq. (New York Times, 10/16/98)
Washington, Fr. Paul - Philadelphia, PA (New York Times, 10/16/98)
Watkins, Janine - Watts Labor Community Action Committee (Mumia support web site)
Weems, Carrie Mae - visual artist (Mumia 911, 9/11/99)
Weiss, Marc - producer (New York Times, 8/9/95)
West, Cornel (New York Times, 10/16/98 & New York Times, 8/9/95)
Western Massachusetts Citizens for Mumia (New York Times, 10/16/98)
Western Pennsylvania Committee to Free Mumia Abu-Jamal (New York Times, 10/16/98)
Wetlands Preserve - nightclub (Mumia 911, 9/11/99)
Wideman, John Edgar (New York Times, 10/16/98 & New York Times, 8/9/95)
Wijk, Erick - Sweden (New York Times, 10/16/98)
Williams, John A. - writer (Mumia 911, 9/11/99)
Williams, Pat W. - photographer (Mumia 911, 9/11/99)
Wills, Garry - Adjunct Professor of History, Northwestern University (New York Times, 8/9/95)
Wilson, Fred - visual artist (Mumia 911, 9/11/99)
Winant, Howard - Temple University (New York Times, 10/16/98)
Wirt, Daniel P., M.D. (New York Times, 10/16/98)
Wise Intelligent, Poor Righteous Teachers - hip hop artist (Mumia support web site)
Wolf-Mackler, Debra & Ian (New York Times, 10/16/98)
Wong, Manyi - Loud/SRC (Mumia support web site)
Woodward, Joanne (New York Times, 8/9/95)
Worrell, Bernie - musician (Mumia 911, 9/11/99)
Wright, Julia - International Concerned Family & Friends of MAJ, France (New York Times, 10/16/98)

Yarrow, Peter - musician (New York Times, 8/9/95)
Ying, Rev. Angela - Seattle Presbytery (New York Times, 10/16/98)
Young, A. - Vending for Freedom (New York Times, 10/16/98)
Young Images - Beverly Hills, CA (New York Times, 10/16/98)

Zarembka, Paul - SUNY at Buffalo (New York Times, 10/16/98)
Zeiger, Dave - documentary filmmaker (Mumia 911, 9/11/99)
Zephyr - visual artist (Mumia 911, 9/11/99)
Zinn, Howard - author, A People's History of the United States (New York Times, 10/16/98)


December 8, 2006
Fighting For Justice For Slain Officer Faulkner
(CBS 3)

PHILADELPHIA - Twenty five years ago Saturday, Philadelphia Police Officer Daniel Faulkner was murdered on a Center City street.

On Friday, his widow and 500 supporters are vowing to keep his convicted killer behind bars.

At the same time, those who support Mumia Abu-Jamal say he was unjustly convicted.

25 years after Officer Daniel Faulkner was murdered, friends hugged and comforted his widow, much the way they did that freezing December morning in 1981 when he was gunned down near 13th and Locust streets.

For Maureen Faulkner, so much, yet so little has changed.

"I'm still fighting to have justice for Danny," said Maureen.

While it took a jury just three hours to convict Mumia Abu-Jamal, a former radio reporter and community activist, 25 years later Jamal is still battling to prove he's the innocent victim of a racially biased judicial system.

"This case begs for a new trial because of it being just wrought with error from racism and a lot of other things that happened during the original trial," said Jamal's attorney Robert R. Bryan.

Despite decades of appeals, at every possible court level, the prosecutor who helped convict Jamal in 1982 said not a single judge has ever questioned that Jamal is the killer.

"No question about it Mumia Abu-Jamal killed Danny Faulkner," said Joe McGill, former Prosecutor.

As Jamal's supporters around the world, including Hollywood celebrities, plan still more rallies and appeals, Mrs. Faulkner's battle in her husband's memory continues.

"I'm gonna be back again in court again in January, and I wish that someday I can have closure and peace in my life from this," said Maureen.

For those who knew and loved Danny Faulkner, there's no sign on when that peace or closure might be coming.

On Saturday, while supporters of Mumia Abu-Jamal rally, Faulkner's family and friends will attend a memorial mass.

And in a lasting memorial to Officer Faulkner, Maureen has created a scholarship fund to benefit children of murder victims.

Maureen personally presented awards to two of those children at the luncheon to honor Officer Faulkner on Friday.

Saturday, December 9, 2006
Rally and Mass mark 25-year-old murder

Twenty-five years to the day after a Philadelphia police officer was gunned down, about 300 people rallied today to support the man convicted of the murder.

On the apron of City Hall, they gathered in defense of Mumia Abu-Jamal and long list of other human rights causes.

Philadelphia Police Officer Daniel Faulkner was shot to death on Dec. 9, 1981, a crime for which Abu-Jamal was found guilty and sentenced to death. While protesters chanted for Abu-Jamal's release, family and friends of Faulkner celebrated Mass at a South Philadelphia church.

The City Hall crowd marched several blocks to the American Friends Service Committee meetinghouse, where speakers proclaimed Abu-Jamal's innocence and railed against a system they held out as corrupt and racist.

The protest was peaceful and uncontested except for one interruption: the revving of about 35 motorcycle engines by members of several police and veterans' biker clubs.

The cyclists filled a narrow stretch of Carlisle Street one block east of the meetinghouse. As protesters spoke out at the intersection of 15th and Cherry Streets, the engines rose to a roar, drowning the words in a jackhammer-like thunder for about 10 minutes.

At the Annuniciation BVM Catholic Church earlier in the day, some 200 people - about half of them former or current police officers - attended the Mass in memory of Faulkner.

"Danny lived a good life of service. He loved his family, and made the ultimate sacrifice," the Rev. Gary Pacitti told the crowd.

It was the second Mass of the day said in Faulkner's honor. At 8 a.m., the family had gathered at St. Madeline's Church in Ridley Park for a private service, said Faulkner's cousin Fred Dunbar. He remembered him as "a great guy who was always looking out for others."

After Mass, there was a short ceremony at Gino's Steaks to award two education grants made in Faulkner's memory.

Wednesday, December 06, 2006

Iranian Sci-Fi TV Series Stars Mega-Evil Jewish/Zionist Queen in "Black House". Courtesy of MEMRI TV

Iranian Sci-Fi TV Series




Monday, December 04, 2006

Jimmy Carter Gets Told On Live TV

Sunday, December 03, 2006

WOW talking about flatulence ...

Terrorist Interview

Hey, bin Laden! (Music Video)

Friday Night Pig Racing!

Saturday, December 02, 2006

Collect Call From History REMASTERED


Burning Churches: True Face of "Moderate" Islam

The Seeds of Hatred

Jihad This...

Happy Birthday!!

To that special man in my life...

True friendship isn't seen with the eyes, it is felt with the heart.
When there is trust, understanding, loyalty, and sharing.
True friendship is a rare feeling, but when it is found
It has profound impact on our well-being, strength, and character.
True friendship does not need elaborate gifts
Or spectacular events in order to be valuable or valued.
To ensure long-lasting quality and satisfaction,
True friendship only needs a few key ingredients:
Undying loyalty, unmatched understanding, unsurpassed trust,
Deep and soulful secrets, and endless sharing.
These ingredients, mixed with personality and a sense of humor,
Can make a friendship last a lifetime!
This is just a thank you, my friend, for all the wonderful and colorful
Special ingredients You've brought to my life!

I thought you'd like this:

I know your not perfect, but that doesn't mean
you're not perfect for me... ;) (as friends of course)

There's not a day that passes that I don't THANK GOD for you!

Friday, December 01, 2006

Why Muslims are mad.

O'Reilly Takes on a 'Moderate' Muslim

Notice this CAIR guys goes out of his way to avoid condemning any Muslims or Muslim violence. Muslims will never side against Muslims in favor of non-Muslims. Keep that in mind as Ellison gets sworn in to office.

Daily Qur'an verse:
"Muhammad is God's apostle. Those who follow him are ruthless to the unbelievers but merciful to one another." (Surah 48:29)

Hezbollywood - Beirut Reuters Photos fraud

Teaching children to hate in Palestine and Lebanon.

Palestinian Children are Abused

Evil Islam? Video ~~ Adult content

Must be 18 or older to view this video!