Monday, June 20, 2011
Southern Poverty Law Center, just another Jewish scam.
Morris Dees founded the Southern Poverty Law Centerin 1971 by stealing George McGovern's mailing list and soliciting donations from said list.
Dees served in 1958 as state campaign manager for segregationist attorney general candidate McDonald Gallion and also worked for George C. Wallace.
Fuller stated: "We wanted to be sure of having friends in high places."
In 1961 when Freedom Riders were beaten by a white mob at a Montgomery bus station, Dees (and Fuller) expressed openly his sympathies and support for what had happened at the bus station.
When one of the men charged with beating the Freedom Riders came to their office for legal representation, Dees and Fuller took the case. The legal fee was paid by the Ku Klux Klan and the White Citizen's Council. (Fuller, Millard. Love in the Mortar Joints. New Century Press: 1980 and The Progressive, July 1988)
Dees was arrested and removed from court in 1975 for attempting to suborn perjury (bribing a witness) in the Joan Little murder trial in North Carolina.
Perhaps explaining the SPLC's animus towards traditional Christianity (especially traditional Christian views on homosexuality), Dees was cited in 1979 by his ex-wife with a homosexual encounter during their marriage. She also cited numerous affairs with women including his daughter-in-law and underage stepdaughter. (Alabama Court of Civil Appeals CIV 2114, 1979)
-The SPLC's fund raising practices have provoked the disapproval of watchdog groups that monitor charities: The American Institute of Philanthropy assigned the SPLC an "F" grade on a scale of A to F. (American Institute of Philanthropy , AIP Charity Rating Guide and Watchdog Report, Spring 1998 and subsequent issues).
In 1994 the Montgomery Advertiser won a journalism award for a series of incisive and penetrating investigative articles exposing the unethical fund raising practices of Dees and the Southern Poverty Law Center including:
Since August 1, 1984, the Law Center has taken in about $62 million in contributions and yet only spent about $21 million on actual programs, according to federal tax records.
-In a series of fund-raising letters the Law Center implied it forced the United Klan's of American to pay $7 million to the mother of lynching victim Michael Donald in 1987. Beulah Mae Donald actually received only $51,874.70 from the Klansmen. The Law Center collected millions as the result of fund-raising letters about the case.
Dees is well known for putting "Hate on Trial" in the 1990 Portland. Oregon civil trial of extremist Tom Metzger. One of the witnesses in that trial, Greg Withrow, now accuses Dees of suborning perjury by paying witnesses (and then hush money for another 5 years) for their testimony. (San Diego Times-Union. August 25, 2002.)(or 2001 per Boyd?)
Dees assaulted an elderly journalist at a symposium sponsored by the University of West Florida, Pensacola, Florida on January 12, 2002. The journalist had asked Dees a "bad question." Dees then had the journalist physically hauled out of the building by two policemen. (The First Freedom. February, 2002.)
The SPLC spends twice as much (1999 figures) on fund raising as it does on legal services for civil rights abuse victims (Ken Silverstein, 56).
Source The Social Contract