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Rep. Marcia Fudge Introduces Congressional Resolution On Imperial Ave. Murders Of 11 Black Women As Anniversary Rally To Remember The Women Looms

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Ohio Congresswoman Marcia Fudge (D-11) From the Metro Desk of the DeterminerWeekly.Com and the Kathy Wray Coleman Online News Blog and Media Network As the Imperial Women and a host of some 16 other organizations, including the Cleveland Chapter of the NAACP, prepare for a rally and vigil on Oct. 29 as to the one-year anniversary that the remains of what would ultimately be 11 Black women found at the home of alleged serial killer Anthony Sowell, a Congressional resolution sponsored around the matter by Rep. Marcia Fudge (D-11) awaits passage by the House of Representatives. "We again thank Congresswoman Fudge for meeting with the Imperial Women and other groups around the issue of violence against women and the Imperial Avenue Murders earlier this year and we patiently await passage of the resolution by the House," said Kathy Wray Coleman, a leader of the Imperial Women, a grassroots group that takes on women's issues and was formed around the unprecedented murders

Cleveland NAACP President George Forbe's Hatred of Black Women And His Love Of Corrupt White Ones

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Cleveland NAACP President and Call and Post Newspaper General Counsel George Forbes An Editorial By Kathy Wray Coleman, Editor of theDeterminerWeekly.Com and the Kathy Wray Coleman Online Newds Blog and Media Network Join us on Friday, Oct 29th at E 123rd and Imperial Avenue in Cleveland at 5 pm for the anniversary of the Imperial Avenue Murders via a rally and vigil. This is to remember what happen and to fight to eradicate violence against women. The Cleveland Chapter of the NAACP, which is led by Cleveland Attorney George Forbes, a has been who is also general counsel for the Cleveland Call and Post Newspaper, said last week that it would be there and I have been threatened by certain Black leaders, saying that Forbes allegedly paid Corrupt Cleveland Municipal Court Judge Kathleen Ann Keough, who is White, to continue her harassment by lobbying Call and Post officials for an endorsement. Forbes went against Black women running for judgeships in the May Democratic primary and he

Anniversary Rally Set For Oct. 29 On Imperial Ave. To Remember The 11 Black Women Murdered In Cleveland By Alleged Serial Killer Anthony Sowell

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From the Metro Desk of theDeterminerWeekly.com and the Kathy Wray Coleman Online News Blog and Media Network -----NO TRUTH, NO JUSTICE, NO PEACE---- JOIN WITH US FOR A UNIFIED ANNIVERSARY RALLY AT 5 PM ON OCT. 29, 2010 AND A CANDLELIGHT VIGIL IN FRONT OF THE ANTHONY SOWELL MURDER HOUSE TO REMEMBER THE 11 BLACK WOMEN KIDNAPPED, RAPED AND MURDERED ON IMPERIAL AVENUE IN CLEVELAND. WE SHALL ACCESS WHETHER EFFECTIVE PROGRESS HAS BEEN MADE TO PROTECT AND ENHANCE THE COMMUNITY AROUND THE ISSUE AS WELL AS BRIEFLY ADDRESS OTHER ISSUES IMPACTING SPECIFIC BLACK AND OTHER WOMEN, AND POOR PEOPLE CLEVELAND CITY OFFICIALS ANNOUNCED A YEAR AGO ON OCT. 29. 2009 WHAT WOULD, BY FINDINGS THROUGH THE WEEKS, ULTIMATELY BECOME THE REMAINS OF THE 11 BLACK MURDERED WOMEN, ALL FOUND AT THE HOME OF SUSPECTED SERIAL KILLER ANTHONY SOWELL, A CONVICTED SEX OFFENDER WHO SPENT 15 YEARS IN PRISON FOR ATTEMPTED RAPE.. HE IS AWAITING TRIAL ON NUMEROUS COUNTS OF AGGRAVATED MURDER, RAPE, KIDNAPPING AND OTHER CHARGES.

Endorsements For Nov. Election From The DeterminerWeekly.Com And The Kathy Wray Coleman Online News Blog

From the Metro Desk of the Determiner Weekly.Com andthe Kathy Wray Coleman Online News Blog and Media Network---------------------------------------------------------------------------The DeterminerWeekly.Com and the Kathy Wray Coleman Online News Blog and Media Network announce endorsements for the Nov. 2, 2010 general election in Cuyahoga County, which includes the City of Cleveland, as follows: (Aside from Brian Moriarty, Ohio Supreme Court Justice Maureen O'Connor for Chief Justice of the Ohio Supreme Court and Roz McAllister for a State Rep. seat, all of whom are Republican, the endorsements are Democratic):Federal Offices:U.S. Senate- Lee Fisher U.S. Representative-10th District-Dennis Kucinich U.S. Representative-11th District-Marcia L. FudgeJudicial Offices:Chief Justice of the Ohio Supreme Court- Justice Maureen O' ConnorOhio Supreme Court Justice-Mary Jane TrappJudge of the Ohio Eighth District Court of Appeals in Cuyahoga County-Term commencing 1/3/2011-Brian Moriar

Magistrate Dismisses Police Assault Case Against Black Cleveland Teen Who Protested Against Teacher Layoffs, Angering Police Union President

By Kathy Wray Coleman, Editor of theDeterminerWeekly.Com and the Kathy Wray Coleman Online News Blog and Media Network A case against a Black Cleveland schools student arrested at a student organized protest of district wide teacher layoffs at Collinwood High School in May and charged with assaulting police was tossed out by a juvenile court magistrate at trial on Wednesday after prosecutors concluded their case and the girl's attorney moved for dismissal for a lack of evidence. And the president of the police union is hot, vowing that an appeal to a juvenile court judge of the magistrate's decision for a possible reversal of it is possible and likely upcoming, though authority to file any such appeal rests with the county prosecutor's office DeAsia Bronaugh, 17, had been charged with two felony counts of assault on a police officer, resisting arrest and disorderly conduct, all brought by the office of embattled Cuyahoga County Prosecutor Bill Mason on behalf of the State