Reverend Eddie Pinkney has charged Berrien County, Michigan Judge Dennis M. Wiley with corruption.
Judge Dennis Wiley is openly violating the constitutional rights of minorities.
His conduct among others is the subject of a criminal investigation….
Reverend Eddie Pinkney says:
“The only thing necessary for evil to triumph is for good people to do nothing. Justice is supposed to be blind when it come to justice.
“When one thinks of courts, one thinks of justice, the famous picture of the lady with the blind fold covering one eye,but the blindfold is starting to look like an eye patch on a pirate. Many citizens are being robbed of thier day in court specially in Benton Harbor, Michigan.
“Over 85% of the people who work for Berrien County courthouse know about this judge who is a drunk and a racist.
“Judge Dennis Wiley on October 18, 2011 denied a young Mexican the right to have his criminal record expunged. The only reason he was denied he was a Mexican. Reverend Pinkney spoke with the young man attorney afterward. He advised him that if his client were anything but a minority, he would have been successful.
“Judge Dennis M. Wiley is wanted for crimes against humanity.
“I believe Judge Dennis Wiley is the most crooked judge in the entire judiciary. He has shown wanton negligence in over 75% of his cases.
“Judge Dennis M. Wiley makes Berrien County a third world country with his corruption.”
Reverend Eddie Pinkney has called for Judge Dennis M. Riley to be found in contempt for defying the Michigan Supreme Court.
Reverend Edward Pinkney, leader of the Benton Harbor Black Autonomy Network of Community Organizers (BANCO), was sentenced on June 26, 2008 by Berrien County Judge Dennis Wiley to a term of three to ten years in prison for quoting scriptures. The minister, based in this southwest Michigan city, was already serving a year in jail and five years probation for trumped-up charges related to a recall campaign held during 2006.
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