Miki Booth, Floyd Reports
On Tuesday, May 18, 2010, in The ATLAH Court room under the sanction of the U.S. Constitution, “We The People” spoke. Barack Obama, Michael Sovern, and the trustees of Columbia University were found guilty on 17 of the original 19 counts of Sedition, Conspiracy, Fraud, and Obstruction of Justice.
Verdicts were delivered to the Judiciary Committee of the U.S. Senate, the U.S. House, the Joint Chiefs Of Staff, and the Attorney General of the United States. Specifically for Michael Sovern and Columbia University, verdicts and a demand that Columbia’s license to operate an educational institution be revoked were sent to The New York State Attorney General, New York State Board of Regents, and the Mid-Atlantic Schools Accreditation Board.
To date, not one response has reached its way back to the prosecutor, Rev. Dr. James David Manning, with the exception of a visit from the FBI, Homeland Security, NYPD and a “heads-up” warning from an alleged CIA operative that a “hit” was placed on his life.
Dr. Manning, a black preacher from a Harlem church, has been a vocal critic of Obama ever since he appeared on the political landscape. I can relate. I, too, became a national figure speaking out against a man who struck fear in my heart that pure evil was masquerading as a presidential candidate.
Four months and $5,000.00 after the trial, the transcripts are ready for release. In fact, on Tuesday of last week, Oct. 5, after a committee meeting in Harlem, copies were released to key contacts by members attending the meeting.