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Posted on 01/20/2013 10:05:44 AM PST by ABrit
BARI SHABAZZ CLASS OF 1978 Stuyvesant High School New York, NY Class of 1978 Member Since: Dec 11, 2011 9 people have visited this profile.
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He wasn’t the son of Malcolm X, he was a guy from Kingston, Jamaica, who immigrated to New York. He converted to the NOI, and like thousands of other converts, took the surname “Shabazz” probably because he idolized Malcolm X. Orly Taitz has his Social Security records and INS documents.
Barking up the wrong tree.
Street Address City Name on phone Phone #
1 3226 98TH ST APT 1 EAST ELMHURST, NY 11369
2 32 98 EAST ELMHURST, NY 11369
3 HQCO SUC BN QUANTICO, VA
4 1 HQ CO MCDEC QUANTICO, VA
5 HQ CO SERV BN QUANTICO, VA
6 99999 MILITARY APT QUANTICO, VA 22134
7 HQCO HQSVCBN MCDEC QUANTICO, VA 22134
8 HQCO SERV BN QUANTICO, VA
9 99999 MILITARY APT QUANTICO, VA 22134
Speaking of addresses, dont you love poor dead Bâri′s Virginia addresses?! Fake military addresses thatll fool the snoops, eh! Military addresses clearly created by someone who didnt know diddly about the military.
Here’s the link to the documents for Barrington Hughh-Anthony Smith, aka Bari Malik Shabazz:
Born Barrington Hugh Smith, Kingston, Jamaica, Ocober 28, 1959. Changed his name in New York on April 9, 1980 to Bari Malik Shabazz.
Actually, that was the date his Social Security record change was applied for. His name would have been changed before that. Indeed, as his Shabazz name is shown on residency records, his name must have been changed soon after moving to New York from Jamaica.
Oh, and guess what? Bari M Shabazz had a forwarding address on Hawaii. Right around the corner from Frank Marshal Davis.
can you post supporting information for this asertion?
Read the original docs at the link posted on 3 above.
Frank Marshal Davis’s address in Hawaii is available on FBI record of his surveillance. Google map shows how close that was to Shabazz’s forwarding address on Hawaii.
Oh, and if you value freedom you could sign her petition to Congress.
“Someone wanted this identity killed off before “Obama” started to run for office in 1996.”
Why? Why would this “someone” care about a random Jamaican immigrant who has connection to Barack Obama?
“Because he was the one and only Bari Malik Shabazz who lived very close to his father Malcolm X AKA El-Hajj Malik El-Shabazz, a man who gave the name Shabazz to his wife and acknowledged female children.”
Bari Shabazz wasn’t the child of Malcolm X. He was born Barrington Hughes, in Kingston Jamaica, and then changed his name to Shabazz later in life, most likely after moving to New York and converting to the Nation of Islam. You may not know this if you are not familiar with the NOI, but “Shabazz” is an extremely common chosen surname for converts, probably second only to “X”. There are thousands of people named “Shabazz” in the NOI, and very few of them are related to Malcolm X.
“Seems likely to me that he was born in Kingston Jamaica under a false name to hide his parentage.”
It seems likely to me that this is a great example of circular reasoning. The only reason you have to suspect this fellow is that, before we found out who he really was, some people speculated he was the secret son of Malcolm X, and an alias for Barack Obama. Now that we now that isn’t true, you don’t want to let it go, so you are coming up with the idea that he was born in Jamaica under a false name to prop up a theory that is shot full of holes. You don’t have a shred of evidence to support that idea though, so it’s safe to dismiss out of hand.
“And you know who Barrington Hughes parents were? Do tell!”
No, but neither do you. At least I am not the one asserting that I know this, with no proof whatsoever. I do know that nobody has produced a single shred of evidence which attests that Barrington Hughes was a son of Malcolm X.
“Oh and someone born in 1959, a child, changed his name to Bari Malik Shabazz and lived right around the corner to Malcolm X Shabazz? And you don’t think there is any connection?”
Certainly, I think there is a connection. Living in that area, Barrington Hughes would have been in the heart of the NOI Harlem temple’s territory. When he converted to NOI, he, like thousands of other NOI converts who also were not related to Malcolm X, probably adopted “Shabazz” as a surname, in honor of the slain former leader of the NOI Harlem temple.
You see, there are two scenarios whereby a black muslim may have the name “Shabazz”. One, he might be descended from Malcolm X, in which case they would have the surname from birth, and would be part of the Shabazz family. Second, they may adopt that as their surname when they convert to NOI, since all NOI converts choose a new surname. Those people, like Barrington Hughes, are not named Shabazz from birth, they are part of the Shabazz family, and they are not related to Malcolm X.
What is your point? Why should we care if a random guy from Jamaica, who is not Barack Obama, nor the son of Malcolm X, got into an automobile accident?
The random guy from Jamaica had an arrest warrant issued in Hawaii on the May 5, 1982, bearing number BWO 050582.
A prosecutor on April 9, 2003, (21 years later and just before Obama stood for Illinois Senate) filed an ex parte motion to recall the bench warrant and announced on the record nolle prosequi. This is a Latin phrase which is formally entered into a court record which means that the prosecutor in a criminal case will no further prosecute the case.
Why did the prosecutor quash a warrant on a nobody from Jamaica?
If Obama’s legal name and person was Bari Malik Shabazz he “Obama” was in criminal legal jeopardy. That’s why the warrant was quashed and Bari Shabazz’s legal existance terminated.
Obama had two or more parallel ID’s running.
“Why did the prosecutor quash a warrant on a nobody from Jamaica?”
Maybe he was dead? Maybe he cut a deal with the prosecutors? Maybe they do that automatically after a certain time with minor warrants, rather than clogging up the system?
Any of those would make more sense than that they “quashed” the warrant to protect Obama, when the warrant wasn’t in Obama’s name, so he had no danger of being arrested under it.
“If Obamas legal name and person was Bari Malik Shabazz he Obama was in criminal legal jeopardy.”
Well, he wasn’t, so there was no jeopardy.
Smells like half/half black/white Kenyan born, Xed by Malcolm, changing name aliases as commie organizers, terorists did way back.
Now in power running country (down) and paving way for United Kalifat States.
Well if Shabazz was finger printed when arrested and Obama had the same prints, then Obama was in danger of arrest every time he was fingerprinted.
Well if Shabazz was finger printed when arrested and Obama had the same prints, then Obama was in danger of arrest every time he was fingerprinted.
Wouldn’t there be a mug shot of him when he was arrested?
Freedom of information request would find out?
“Well if Shabazz was finger printed when arrested and Obama had the same prints, then Obama was in danger of arrest every time he was fingerprinted.”
I really doubt that Obama has the same prints as some random guy from Kingston, Jamaica.
Under U.S. law the fleeing felon rule was limited to non-lethal force in most cases by Tennessee v. Garner, 471 U.S. 1 (1985). The justices held that deadly force “may not be used unless necessary to prevent the escape and the officer has probable cause to believe that the suspect poses a significant threat of death or serious physical injury to the officer or others.”
Fleeing felons may be followed into places not open to the public without a warrant if the officer is in “hot pursuit.” See Warden, Md. Penitentiary v. Hayden (1967),  87 S.Ct. 1642, 18 L.Ed.2d 782.
Also, Interstate Flight is a felony against Federal Law.
“They wouldn’t know he was dead”
How do you know that? Maybe they cross-reference with the SSDI database, it wouldn’t be very hard to do.
“there’s no reason to suppose they “cut a deal””
It’s a more reasonable supposition than any of yours.
“I doubt if Courts cancel warrants for “failing to appear” under any circumstances relevant here.”
Is there a statute of limitations on “failure to appear”, or the original charge? It’s very likely that they cancel warrants after the statute has run out, since there would be no point to chasing people who you cannot prosecute.
“Maybe they cross-reference with the SSDI database, it wouldnt be very hard to do.”
Even if they did, which I doubt, his death was never verified.
Is there a statute of limitation on failing to answer a warrant and interstate flight and falsifying a death record? Ask a lawyer or Google.
You seem very interested in Obambi not being a Shabazz don’t you?
Ah. I see it now. Obama/Shabazz was badly injured in the car crash. They used Saudi influence to get him treated at the CIA hospital at Quantico, thats why Shabazz’s address is changed from Elmhurst, New York, to Quantico.
Obama couldn’t produce a driving licence in that name because he wasn’t using that name, and the only license he had was was in the name of Bari Malik Shabazz, of New York.
Hi couldn’t be fingerprinted because his fingerprints were on the FBI wanted list.
He didn’t have a driving license in the name of Obama, because he couldn’t get one. No birth certificate.
The CIA wanted him in Pakistan. He spoke and wrote Arabic with a good accent. They sent him to Pakistan to liase with the Taliban.
Now where does Stanley Ann Dunham fit in in Pakistan. She was a CIA asset and that was her false identity? That’s why the spooks keep visiting anyone who publishes anything about Obama and SAD...
“Even if they did, which I doubt, his death was never verified.”
I don’t think anyone pays too much attention to whether something is “verified” in the SSDI. If the SSDI lists someone as dead, most organizations take their word for it.
“Is there a statute of limitation on failing to answer a warrant and interstate flight and falsifying a death record? Ask a lawyer or Google.”
I don’t need to, I know that there is a statute of limitations on pretty much every offense short of homicide, so it’s just a question of how long the statute is on those other charges.
“You seem very interested in Obambi not being a Shabazz dont you?”
Hey, since I’m about the only one interested in your thread besides you, you shouldn’t look a gift horse in the mouth. I just wanted to let you know that you were on the wrong track, but you keep posting replies to me, so I have responded. If you don’t want to hear from me, then stop pinging me.
“Regardless of the applicable statute of limitations, the period may be extended or the running of the period suspended or tolled under a number of circumstances such as when the accused is a fugitive..”
“..no statute of limitations shall extend to any person fleeing from justice, 18 U.S.C. 3290)”
The USC is Federal law, it doesn’t have anything to do with crimes under Hawaii state law. Here’s what I found on Hawaii:
It looks like in Hawaii, the statute of limitations for “misdemeanor or parking violation” is 2 years, and “petty misdemeanors” are 1 year, and the warrants on Shabazz would have fallen into one of those categories.
Now, the statue in Hawaii does get suspended, in these circumstances:
“Continuously absent from state or no reasonably ascertainable residence or work within the state, while prosecution is pending: maximum extension 4 yrs.”
So, that reads to me that the maximum it could have been extended was 4 years. Add 2 years to that for the maximum statute of limitations for his violations, and after 6 years, Mr. Shabazz should have been in the clear, as far the state of Hawaii was concerned.
Not buying the whole scenario, but suppose he was in bad accident with injuries. That would explain the strange scars on his head.
He wasn’t charged with a felony, so the federal laws simply aren’t applicable. Driving on a suspended license is at most a misdemeanor, and often just a civil judgement. Here’s the penalty under Hawaiian law:
“(a) Except as provided in subsection (b), any person who violates section 286-102, 286-122, 286-130, 286-131, 286-132, 286-133, or 286-134 shall be fined not more than $1,000 or imprisoned not more than thirty days, or both. Any person who violates any other section in this part shall be fined not more than $1,000.”
30 days or $1,000 fine, maximum. They don’t put out interstate warrants or extradite people for that, and it really wouldn’t impact anyone’s potential political career, especially in Chicago.
Interestingly Punahou School photos referring to Obama seem to be missing 1974-1978. I think he went to both schools but they have to hide the Stuyvesant period because of the address he lived at then.
Interstate flight is a felony.
“Also referred to as the Fugitive Felon Act (18 U.S.C. § 1073) Unlawful Flight to Avoid Prosecution is a United States federal law. Though drawn as a penal statute, and therefore permitting prosecution by the Federal government for its violation, the primary purpose of the Fugitive Felon Act is to permit the Federal government to assist in the location and apprehension of fugitives from state justice. No prior Criminal Division approval is required to authorize unlawful flight complaints in aid of the states. However, the statute expressly requires “formal approval in writing” by a designated Department official before a UFAP violation can be actually prosecuted in federal court. (See USAM 9-69.460.) For information regarding use of a grand jury to locate a fugitive, see USAM 9-11.120. Since the primary purpose of the Act is to assist the states in apprehending fugitives from state justice, the Act should not be applied to the interstate or international flight of federal fugitives. Arrest warrants issued under this act are commonly referred to as “UFAP warrants”.”
“When they ENTER the warrant, they have already SET extradition limits.”
"Fugitive Felon Act is a federal statute which makes it is a felony to flee across the state border for the purpose of avoiding prosecution of confinement for a state felony or attempted felony, or to avoid giving testimony in a state felony case."
Sorry, you don’t become a felon if you miss court on a misdemeanor case or a civil traffic case. That’s just not the way it works.
OK. But I still don’t see a good reason for the prosecutor to quash the arrest warrant, specially in light of the above saying that they stay on the record until 99 years. Also, seems he wasn’t using the name of Obama, so that beg’s the question. Where and why was the Obama name introduced? In the light of the failure to produce a valid birth certificate, has it ever been his legal name?
I agree, Obama was probably never a name used by Bari Shabazz, legally or otherwise.