We are encouraging you to help bail out the our people who are protecting our community from race soldiers. They cannot not be subjected to more under cover race soldiers who pose as prosecutors, DA’s, judges and the like. We are responsible for ourselves, so we must protect ourselves.
The Black Authority has made it clear that he is going to be focusing on bailing our people out who have been brought up with false charges of resisting arrest , assaulting an officer or other commonly used excuses to jail black people. He’s asked you email with only those details that have to do with his focus. But, he is also advocating that we should seek where our people are being jailed, pool our money together and get our people out of jail. We don’t have to go through any particular person to do this. If you are in the vicinity of any of our people who are jailed for any of the above, in any of the areas of unrest, help bail them out. Do not leave them in jail. Our team supports his efforts and are calling you to do the same in the ways described above.
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Here is his message as per his moderator:
If you know someone is Minneapolis, Los Angeles, D.C. or any other location where there is currently an uprising and you have CONFIRMED they have one of these bogus charges claiming they did something to a police officer write me at the following email address: firstname.lastname@example.org[.]I am seeing about paying bail for anyone CONFIRMED to have put in work and is unjustly being held for resisting white supremacy.
5-28-2020: Action On Minneapolis https://youtu.be/5lAWHUxAsR0
DO NOT SEND ATTACHMENTS PLEASE.
When you gather among yourselves, get the names of everyone in custody, the charges and the bail. Gather the money and bail them out one by one. Make sure you are aware that 10% of the bail is required, not the full amount if you are paying bail with a bond. Click here to learn more about bail if you have never dealt with it before. Please find more information as per www.nolo.com below.
A person’s first thought upon landing in jail is often how to get out—and fast. The usual way to do this
Bail is cash, a bond, or property that an arrested person gives to a court to ensure that he or she will appear in court when ordered to do so. If the defendant doesn’t show up, the court may keep the bail and issue a warrant for the defendant’s arrest.
How Bail Is Set
Judges are responsible for setting bail. Because many people want to get out of jail immediately (instead of waiting for a day or longer to see a judge), most jails have standard bail schedules that specify bail amounts for common crimes. An arrested person can often get out of jail quickly by paying the amount set forth in the station house bail schedule.
If a suspect wants to post bail but can’t afford the amount required by the bail schedule, the suspect can ask a judge to lower it. Depending on the state’s procedures, a request for lowered bail may be made either in a special bail hearing or when the suspect appears in court for the first time (usually called the arraignment).
SETTING BAIL BY ALGORITHM
In recent years, courts have started using math to inform decisions about pretrial release. In these jurisdictions, select information about the defendant is entered into a program and a score or recommendation comes out. These bail algorithms, which consider factors like age and criminal history, are supposed to assess the risk that the defendant will commit another crime or fail to appear in court.
For more on the topic, see Algorithms to Set Bail.
The Eighth Amendment to the U.S. Constitution requires that bail not be excessive. This means that bail should not be used primarily to raise money for the government; it’s also not to be used to punish a person for being suspected of committing a crime. Remember: The primary purpose of bail is to allow the arrested person to remain free until convicted of a crime and at the same time ensure his or her return to court. (For information on what happens if the defendant doesn’t show up, see Bail Jumping.)
So much for theory. In fact, many judges set an impossibly high bail in particular types of cases, knowing that the high bail will effectively keep the suspect in jail until the case is over. (The U.S. Supreme Court has indicated that pretrial detention on the basis of dangerousness is not per se unconstitutional. (United States v. Salerno, 481 U.S. 739 (1987).))
Conditions of Bail
Bailed-out suspects commonly must comply with “conditions of release.” If a suspect violates a condition, a judge may revoke bail and order the suspect re-arrested and returned to jail. Some bail conditions, such as a requirement that a suspect “obey all laws,” are common. Other conditions may reflect the crime for which a suspect was arrested. For example, a condition may order a domestic violence suspect not to contact the alleged victim.
Bail can take any of the following forms:
- cash or check for the full amount of the bail
- property worth the full amount of the bail
- a bond (that is, a guaranteed payment of the full bail amount), or
- a waiver of payment on the condition that the defendant appear in court at the required time (commonly called release on one’s “own recognizance”).
A bond that costs 10% of the bail amount may sound like a good deal compared to posting cash bail, but buying a bond may cost more in the long run. If the full amount of the bail is paid, it will be refunded (less a small administrative fee) when the case is over and all required appearances have been made. In contrast, a bond seller’s fee is nonrefundable. In addition, the bond seller may require “collateral.” This means that the person who pays for the bail bond must also give the bond seller a financial interest in some of the person’s valuable property. The bond seller can cash in on this interest if the suspect fails to appear in court.
Getting Out of Jail Free
Sometimes people are released “on their own recognizance,” or “O.R.” A defendant released on O.R. must simply sign a promise to show up in court and is not required to post bail.
A defendant commonly requests release on his or her own recognizance at the first court appearance. If the judge denies the request, the defendant then asks for low bail.
In general, defendants who are released on O.R. have strong ties to the community, making them unlikely to flee. Factors that may convince a judge to grant an O.R. release include:
- having family members (most likely parents, a spouse, or children) living in the community
- having resided in the community for many years
- being employed
- having little or no past criminal record, or only criminal problems that were minor and occurred many years earlier, and
- having been charged with previous crimes and having always appeared as required.
These kinds of factors may be relevant not only to O.R., but also to bail. (See How Judges Set Bail.)”
Support every black business or person that is making it their objective to defend our people from certain death. Support a black business instead of one that supports the system of white supremacy. This means large corporations that we support who have done nothing to advocate for our safety, the reparations we are owed, and most recently including us in any bills from congress to make sure Black American businesses and households get the help they need to have the required basics to live due to COVID-19. Most of these mechanisms of white supremacy are at play to erase our liberties by draconian regulations and bills being implemented during a “pandemic” to lessen the spread. This clearly shows the priority of murdering Black Americans as opposed to conquering a virus.
Do not support any groups or politicians who ignore our needs and well being. No black politician or celebrity activist has spoken out about the death of Mr. George Floyd at all; neither has the mass media. The authorities definitely have not in an objective way. They did not mention he was murdered by race soldier former Sgt. Derek Chauvin. They say their hearts bleed for the victim, the family and the city now that it is in shambles. In response to this, use products only from our community. This is another way we can counter all efforts made to undermine our birthright in the United States. Last but not least, report all crimes against black people in a safe way and keep record of it because domestic terrorism is a federal crime. Use as little words as possible.
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Be careful with everything you do and defend yourselves against all harm family. It’s your duty to yourselves and our people.
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“The god who created the earth; who created the sun that gives us light. The god who holds up the ocean; who makes the thunder roar. Our God who has ears to hear. You who are hidden in the clouds; who watch us from where you are. You see all that the white has made us suffer. The white man’s god asks him to commit crimes. But the god within us wants to do good. Our god, who is so good, so just, He orders us to revenge our wrongs. It’s He who will direct our arms and bring us the victory. It’s He who will assist us. We all should throw away the image of the white men’s god who is so pitiless. Listen to the voice for liberty that speaks in all our hearts.“
–Houngan Boukman Dutty