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Tuesday, April 3, 2007

A Message from Rev. Wayne Perryman: Update on U.S. Supreme Court Case Against the Democratic Party

Dear Friends

Today I filed a Supplemental Brief in the Supreme Court. It contains previous cases similar to the one that I filed against the Democratic Party, cases that were upheld by the current Justices on the Supreme Court. It also contains relevant quotes from Senator Barack Obama and Alexander Solzhenitsyn regarding justice and the Democrat's racist past..

It is my understanding that the Justices will meet on Friday, April the 13th to decide whether or not they will accept the case and schedule it for a full hearing. It only takes four Justices to agree to take the case. If there was ever a time that I needed your prayers it is now and if there was ever a time that I needed you to write the court (if you have not) is now. If the court accepts the case, and I really believe that they will, expenses to proceed could be as high as $50,000 or more. Some how the Lord will provide these funds as he has in the past. Perhaps we can come up with a fund raiser.

The address to U.S. Supreme Court is

Supreme Court of the United States
Washington D.C. 20543-0001

The case number is 06-1107 Wayne Perryman on Behalf of Himself and the African American Citizens of the United States v The Democratic National Committee

This is a historic landmark case and it should be heard. We are so close to setting the record straight. Thanks for all the support you have given me, now it is in the hands of the Lord.

Wayne Perryman

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Even though naysayers will talk about the "Southern Strategy," which is a fact, and even Senator Trent Lott stupidly saying "The spirit of Jefferson Davis lives in the Republican Party," and other misdeeds of some Republicans, it does not compare with the decades and decades and decades of maafa (slavery, KKK terror, Black Codes, Jim Crow, lynchings, etc.) supported by the Democratic Party and Democratic voters. Example, the Democrats in Congress opposed anti-lynching bills. The Republicans supported anti-lynching. Who would have been your friend at the time if you were a Black man?

Is you is or is you ain't my baby?
Don't we deserve an apology?

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