Gail Freehling, a juror in the unjust conviction of Rev. Edward Pinkney of Benton Harbor, MI, has been caught lying in court about her ties to local political and law enforcement figures.
Rev. Edward Pinkney
This is Reverend Edward Pinkney, an internationally-respected civil rights activist from Benton Harbor, Michigan. After successfully petitioning to recall the mayor of Benton Harbor, Pinkney’s home was raided by a combat-equipped SWAT Team. He was arrested, charged and placed under months of house arrest.
During Pinkney’s trial, Berrien County, MI Prosecutor Mike Sepic presented no physical evidence nor produced a single eyewitness to the alleged crime of tampering with the dates of five petitions, charges which Pinkney categorically denies.
Yet the all-white jury found the 66- year old pastor and activist guilty of five counts of election law violation. Prosecutor Sepic has expressed his desire for Pinkney to serve a life sentence.
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