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  • Couple claiming [Muslim Morish] legal exemptions jailed

    04/09/2012 9:41:13 AM PDT · by DCBryan1 · 24 replies
    Fox 16 (Little Rock Fox affiliate) ^ | 09 APR 2012 | Fox 16 Staff
    LITTLE ROCK, AR – A couple sheriff’s deputies say claimed to be of Moorish nationality and exempt from state and federal laws is behind bars facing numerous charges. A Pulaski County Sheriff’s deputy stopped 34 year old Marco McCormick of Little Rock, on Arch Street near Kerry Road after noticing what appeared to be a make-shift car tag on his vehicle. The Deputy says he asked McCormick for his driver license but the suspect said he was a traveling Moorish American National and did not have to have one. The Pulaski deputy called for backup and shortly after it arrived...
  • Justice Department Seeks Ebonics Experts

    08/23/2010 6:03:29 AM PDT · by massmike · 81 replies
    thesmokinggun.com ^ | 08/23/2010 | n/a
    The Department of Justice is seeking to hire linguists fluent in Ebonics to help monitor, translate, and transcribe the secretly recorded conversations of subjects of narcotics investigations, according to federal records. A maximum of nine Ebonics experts will work with the Drug Enforcement Administration’s Atlanta field division, where the linguists, after obtaining a “DEA Sensitive” security clearance, will help investigators decipher the results of “telephonic monitoring of court ordered nonconsensual intercepts, consensual listening devices, and other media” The DEA’s need for full-time linguists specializing in Ebonics is detailed in bid documents related to the agency’s mid-May issuance of a request...
  • Justice Department Seeks Ebonics Experts DEA wants “Black English” linguists to decipher bugged

    08/23/2010 9:32:08 AM PDT · by Nachum · 48 replies
    the smoking gun ^ | 8/23/10 | staff
    The Department of Justice is seeking to hire linguists fluent in Ebonics to help monitor, translate, and transcribe the secretly recorded conversations of subjects of narcotics investigations, according to federal records. A maximum of nine Ebonics experts will work with the Drug Enforcement Administration’s Atlanta field division, where the linguists, after obtaining a “DEA Sensitive” security clearance, will help investigators decipher the results of “telephonic monitoring of court ordered nonconsensual intercepts, consensual listening devices, and other media”