A faux extortion racket usually encounters difficulty when the victims find out what’s going on, and also when new competition (Al Sharpton) shows up.
Has anyone asked if the ‘bipolar’ deal was always an pre-arrest excuse for criminal activity? Like he was setting up a sob story for the jury - before the jury even existed?
>>A faux extortion racket usually encounters difficulty
I think Coulter’s new book mentions that about Jackson (the scams not working anymore?). Years ago I read about about Jesse: “SHAKEDOWN” by Kenneth Timmerman.
Tall and tan,
Rhyme or reason,
Play your hand —
Rhyme on this — rhyme on that
Oh, you naughty Democrat!
They say when Doctor King got shot,
Jesse hatched an awful plot,
Dipped his hands in the Doctor’s blood,
‘N rubbed his shirt like playin’ with mud
Looked around for all the press,
Said: “Check me out, my name is Jess!
I’ll be known from towns ‘n farms —
Doctor King died in my arms!”
A few years later, legend says,
Rhymin’ man made a run for Prez
Farrakhan made him a clown,
Over there near Hymie-Town
Said he was a diplomat —
Hobbin’ an-a-knobbin’ with Arafat
Castro was simpatico,
Though the U.S. voters, they said: “No!”