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Dr. Malachi Z. York

This is a page to highlight the case of Dr. Malachi Z.
York in Eatonton, Georgia. This case has been going on
for approximately seven (12) years now.

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Please read the following information

Dr. Malachi Z. York ©TM has traveled and
studied amongst various indigenous people with some of the
richest cultures on the planet earth. He attended the
University of Khartoum, Sudan, Africa and the American
University Cairo, Egypt, where he did most of his research
and discovered those who call themselves African Americans
and Native Americans long hidden past, which links the
Indigenous People of America, the original mound builders
(Georgia, Mississippi and Louisiana) to ancestors of
North, South, East, and West Africa. He is fluent in many
different languages and dialects.

 Dr. Malachi Z. York ©TM has spent most of
his adult life dedicated to the upliftment of the African
American Negro in the United States of America.
Throughout American History the Blacks in America have
been remembered by being stolen from their homelands,
while the indigenous Americans, having African ancestry,
such as the Yamassee Native American Moors of the Creek
Nation, have had their lands stolen from them and both of
these groups of people have been enslaved, stripped of
their natural languages and cultures to this day.

With this being in mind, Dr. Malachi Z.
York ©TM began in 1967 A.D., with the reconstruction and
the renewal of the legacy and the true story of African
American Experience across the globe. He has written over
400 books published by Egipt Publishers of Athens, Georgia
for the re-unification and the education of people of
color in America. These publications brought the
spirituality and nobility that blacks in America and
abroad were lacking in their everyday lives.
Dr. Malachi Z. York ©TM purchased 476 acres of
land in Eatonton, GA, to the benefit of these displaced
peoples in America, to renew their story and give
enlightenment to a dark past of slavery in an effort to
show these noble people that “their story” far surpasses
that of European American History.

On the 476 acres, with the help of those with a common
goal in mind, these progressive people reconstructed the
cradle of the first civilization on the planet earth
beginning with Egypt on the continent of Africa. By
bringing Africa to America, this angered many of the
public officials in this country and more intensely those
in Georgia. Thousands of Africans and Indigenous people
gathered weekly, monthly and annually on this land to
benefit from the teachings and the renewal of their
religious and cultural practices, leaving the door open to
people of all religions.


Should Dr. Malachi Z. York Have Been Found Guilty
And Sentence To 135 Years In Prison?


Should Dr. Malachi Z. York Have Been Found Guilty
And Sentence To 135 Years In Prison?

On May 2, 2002 the federal government brought an
indictment on Dr. Malachi York under the name of Dwight D.
York, which was not his legal name. The grand jury that
brought the indictment came from a tainted jury pool in
Macon, Georgia. Dr. York was originally indicted on four
counts of interstate transport of minors for unlawful
sexual activity in violation of 18 U.S.C. 2423(a) ( Mann
Act Violation ) . On January 23, 2003 , the government,
re-focusing the allegations on Mann Act violations added a
criminal forfeiture claim, which fell beyond the statutes
of limitations. This information was returned in
anticipation of a plea agreement; however, the plea
agreement dissolved due to no fault of Dr. York.

Subsequently, On November 21, 2003 , a grand jury selected
from this condemned jury pool , returned the re-indictment
disguised as a superseding indictment against York. (Doc.
158, Superseding Indictment). Macon's jury pool was deemed
tainted by Judge C. Ashley Royal who stated in pretrial
hearings that Dr. York could not receive a fair
trial in this County. “...the court is satisfied that
without change of venue for the trial of this case
Defendant cannot obtain a fair and impartial trail in the
Macon Division of the Middle District of Georgia…” This
final indictment again attempted to address the
government's challenge of charging York with old,
outdated, and stale allegations of Mann Act violations (18
U.S.C. 2253) by creating a hazy aggregation of Mann Act
claims, claims of improperly structuring legal cash
deposits in violation of 31 U.S.C. § 5324(a) (3),
conspiracy claims, and racketeering claims based upon the
belief that a State of Georgia recognized church ministry
and Native American tribe constitutes an enterprise for
illegal racketeering akin to a drug cartel or an organized
crime syndicate.

On January 5, 2004, when Dr. York stepped into a
courtroom, filled with a callous judge prosecution and
jury, in the city of Brunswick, Georgia, and denied any
family support, he knew the stage was set for a modern day
lynching. He had been through torturous treatment,
blindfolded and hoodwinked, detained in deplorable
conditions, chained to cement bed, beaten, and stressed by
nonsensical psychiatric evaluations. He'd gone through
numerous prejudicial pretrial hearings, and was bamboozled
by his very own legal counsel. So what would make his
chances in this courtroom any different? The only thing he
had on his side was the truth, to reveal the truth. This
was the objective of his new attorney, Adrian L. Patrick.
However, in the course of the trial, in a malicious
attempt to hide the truth, Adrian Patrick was precluded
from properly defending his client by the judicial
misconduct of the court. The following are arguments and
objections posed by the Attorney Adrian Patrick's to the
unconstitutional treatment that Dr. York received
resulting in his unjustifiable conviction and sentence of
135 years in prison.

1). First Defense Attorney Adrian Patrick Argued That The
District Court Erred By Denying Dr. York's Motion For
Mistrial After The Government Exceeded

The Scope Of The Court Ordered Limitation Of The Rebuttal
Witness' Testimony.

The court allowed the re-opening of the government's case,
but with a strict limitation that M.F the government
rebuttal witness could only state that the witness was
molested, with no details. The government violated this by
soliciting details.

The following excerpt is a continuation of the
aforementioned discussion concerning “M.F.'s” alleged
rebuttal testimony.

The Court: And that's why I'm restricting that so much.

Mr. Patrick: But, it's still coming in. They should have
presented that “M.F.” during their main case. Your Honor,
they're reopening their case. That's not the purpose of
rebuttal .

Ms. Thacker : We are rebutting your two witnesses, “S.W.”
and “S.T.”, and your legion of witnesses who said it
simply didn't happen and – .

Ms. Thacker: And I understand the Court's ruling that we
are going to be limited in that regard . . .

The Court: No. I'm just going to restrict you to the fact
that she was molested by him..

The Court: – of rebutting the testimony of “S.W.” or
others, I'm going to allow that, but this is not a victim
-type testimony. You're being restricted by that.

Mr. Patrick: When you allow them to get into the fact that
there was an act of molestation, she is a victim-witness,
and that's outside of the rebuttal, and we object to that
because they're just re-opening their case, and this is
not rebuttal testimony. They should have called her during
their case. But I'll rest on my objection. (Note:
Stephanie Thacker is asking the Questions and “M.F.” is

Thacker: Now, during that time period, did Dwight York
ever molest you?

MF: Yes, Ma'am.

Thacker: What happened after that?

MF: She took me to his house, and he began to fondle me.
He took my pants

off, and he began to fondle me.

Thacker: Anything else?

MF: No. He just began to fondle me and touching me.

Thacker: Did you touch him?

MF: Yes, his private parts.

Thacker: Did you tell anybody about this?

MF: He said not to tell nobody, so no.

Thacker: Was “S.W.” present when this happened?

MF: Yes, ma'am.

Thacker: Was this the first incident of sexual molestation
by Mr. York?

MF: Yes, ma'am.

Mr. Patrick: Your honor, I think the Court has ruled, and
counsel is going beyond what the Court has ruled counsel
could go into.

The Court: Well, I –

Mr. Patrick: And, Your Honor, we need to approach on an

The Court : Okay.

Mr. Patrick: Your Honor you clearly informed the
government that the only thing the government could go
into was that she was molested and nothing else. She
clearly went beyond that, to get into details. I want to
make a Motion for a Mistrial at this point based upon
that, because the Court was clear as to what counsel could
get into, and she continued. She even started talking
about another incident. The Court was clear your Honor and
I think this is grounds for a mistrial. It was already
tenuous because it was getting outside of the scope, and
the Court was

clear to the government about this, and she intentionally
went beyond what the Court stated.

The Court: Well, let me just tell you that I told her she
could give the testimony, the facts testimony related to
“S.W.”, and that's all she's done here. So your motion is

Mr. Patrick: But, your Honor, she's talking about her –

The Court: . . . So your motion is overruled . . .

The court allowed the government to go beyond the scope of
questioning instructed by the court and event went so far
as to quantify the incident as the 1 st time. This is the
kind of abetting the court continued to display during the
entire trial. (see Judicial Bias and Misconduct).

Based on the fact that the government violated the strict
limitation that the Court put on this testimony, by
prompting the witness to testify to evidence that was in
direct violation of the judge's restrictive order,
Dr. York made a timely motion for mistrial which the judge
denied. Per the rule established in United States v.
Abdi,744 F.2d 1500 (11 th Circuit 1984) it was a manifest
necessity to declare a mistrial, because once the new act
of child molestation was in the minds of the jury there
was irreparable harm. The court did not allow Dr.
York to put “S.W.” on the stand to rebut what the
government's rebuttal witness, “M.F.” In the case of
United States v. Peay 972 F.2d 71, (4th Circuit 1992), the
court held as follows: “An important criterion for
properly reopening a case is taking care that reopening
does not “preclude an adversary from having an adequate
opportunity to meet the additional evidence offered.”
Thetford, 676 F.2d at 182. The court's reopening of the
government's case while at the same time denying Peay an
opportunity to impeach Seager's with Rainer's testimony
sustains Peay's assignment of error. The judgment must be
vacated and the case remanded for retrial.”

The court's denial of the defense attorney's request to
call S.W. to impeach the government's rebuttal witness was
clearly erroneous and warrants that this conviction be
vacated and the case should be reversed or in the
alternative, the case should be remanded for retrial.

Attorney Adrian Patrick Also Posed The Argument That The
Evidence Was Insufficient To Prove Beyond A Reasonable
Doubt That Dr. York Committed The Acts Alleged In
Count 1 (1), Count 1 (2), Count 2 (B) (1) Racketeering Act
1, Count 2 (B) (2) Racketeering Act 2, Count 2 (B) (3)
Racketeering Act 3, Count 2 (B) (4) Racketeering Act 4;
Count 3 (A) And Count 3 (B) Conspiracy, Count 4, Count 5,
Count 6, Count 7, Count 8 - Transporting Minors In
Interstate Commerce To Engage In Unlawful Sexual Activity.

The government failed to prove beyond a reasonable doubt
all of the necessary elements of these crimes:
specifically the unlawful sexual activity and the purpose
elements. There was absolutely no evidence presented to
prove that the travel in interstate commerce was unlawful,
no State law was put into evidence during the State's
presentation of their case and there was insufficient or
no evidence or witness testimony that the purpose of the
interstate travel was for sex with minors. Jalaine Ward,
an agent for the FBI and lead officer in the raid of 404
Shadydale Road and arrest of Dr. Malachi York, testified
in pretrial hearings that none of the victims testified
that they were transported for the purpose of illegal
sexual acts. Attorney Adrian Patrick questioned Jalaine
Ward about her detention hearing testimony on May 9 2002

Patrick: Read from "all right" down for us. Okay?

Ward: "Now in connection with the travel for the purpose
of having sex with a minor, do you have any witness who
says that the purpose in the travel was to have the
children have sex? The witness – my answer is, "The
witness that says that?"

Notes From Trial

Ward: And my Answer is, "No."

"You have no witness that says that?"

"Not that says that, no."

And you didn't say anything about "H.W." at that time,

No . . .

Notes From Trial

Ward: She would be the witness that comes to mind.

And this is sworn testimony May 9, 2002; correct?

Yes. Yes.

At this point Jalaine Ward, the Federal Agent has
indicated that it is her belief that “H.W.” may fill this
evidentiary void of providing a witness or any evidence
that the purpose of the travel from New York to Georgia
was for the purpose of unlawful sex; however, contrary to
this agent's belief, upon review of “H.W.'s” entire
testimony. There is no evidence that she provides
indicating that the purpose of the travel was for unlawful
sex with minors. Thus, there is no evidence that would
sufficiently support the federal jurisdiction over the
state acts of alleged child molestation. H.W. later
recanted her statement in a video taped session with her
attorney where she states that no molestation occurred and
did two written affidavits supporting this recantment.
Threatened by the government with the loss of her children
H.W. was then forced to withdraw her recanted statement.

The government presented no witnesses that testified that
the purpose of the travel was to engage in unlawful sexual
activity. There was no proof that Dr. York actually
drove anyone of the alleged victims. There was no evidence
that Dr. York directed or caused anyone specifically
to travel for that purpose.

In a criminal case, the government must prove each and
every element of a charged offense beyond a reasonable
doubt. In re Winship, 397 U.S. 358 (1970). The Eleventh
Circuit has characterized this right as one of the most
fundamental guarantees in a criminal trial. Nutter v.
White, 39 F.3d 1154 (11th Circuit 1994).

Specifically, the Government failed to put into evidence
and prove the Georgia Law - Georgia Code 16-6-4 and 16-6-5
, any State Law, nor any law that was going to be or that
would show that the alleged sexual acts were unlawful.
Once again, the government put the Georgia Code Sections
in the superseding indictment [Doc. 158 pp. 2, 24, 25, 26,
29, 32, 34]. See United States v. Zemater 501 F.2d 540
(7th Circuit 1974), this court held as follows : “. . .
But even if the activity in Saigon violated Illinois
statue, it did not violate the Travel Act. Subsection (b)
of the federal statute requires the acts committed after
the travel to be in violation of the laws of the state “in
which they are committed.” Since Congress could have
punished travel merely . . .” “That Congress did not
intend to exercise its full constitutional powers in the
area of local law enforcement is demonstrated by the
wording of the Act and specifically by use of the word
“thereafter” As the Senate Report on S.1653 states: . .
.to come within the provisions of the bill some activity
in furtherance of a racketeering enterprise, subsequent to
the performance of the travel must take place . . .”

Although not directly on point, this case is used as
support for Dr. York's contention that there must be
proof presented by the Government during its case that the
sexual activity “would be” unlawful or “is” unlawful if
committed in the destination state. The government
completely failed to do this. The government simply relied
on the court to instruct the jury on the Georgia law at
the end of the entire case; thereby, circumventing their
obligation and burden of proof beyond a reasonable doubt
of each and every element of the crime. The government
essentially relied on the court to meet their burden of
proof through its jury instructions. In this entire case,
the jury instructions are the extent of the evidence of
proof that the alleged sexual acts where unlawful.
However, the jury instructions are not evidence.

First, it is necessary that the government prove what the
law “is” or what the law “was” at the time of the alleged
offenses. Next, it is necessary that the government must
prove that this law was violated or was going to be
violated in the destination state. As referenced above, 18
U.S.C. Section 2421- Transportation generally and 18
U.S.C. Section 2423 (a) - Transportation of minors, the
state law is a necessary and material element, in order to
prove the “unlawfulness” of the sexual activity. In the
case at hand, that proof would have been the Georgia and
Florida law. This element is necessary to prove beyond a
reasonable doubt. It is necessary because if there was no
crime that would be violated in the state of destination -
then there is no violation of the law. Without the
government being required to prove this necessary element
beyond a reasonable doubt, the government would have the
freedom to criminalize “any travel with a minor,”
including parents with their children, uncles with
nephews, etc. Even if you look at this case in the light
most favorable to the government, the government
completely failed to provide any evidence and completely
failed to meet its burden of proof on this issue. This was
indicated by Juror II when she stated that she did not
want to send an innocent man to jail. This is why the
verdict was originally hung. Then Judge C. Ashley Royal
appeared to have instructed the juror on their decisions.
When the jurors returned, Juror II changed her decision to

3).The District Court's Denial Of New Counsel's Motion For
Extension Deprived Dr. York Of A Fair Trial And Due
Process Of Law.

On December 30, 2003 , six days before trial, the court
permitted previous lead counsel, Edward T.M. Garland and
Manubir Arora, to withdraw from the case; thereby, leaving
new counsel Adrian L. Patrick , as lead counsel with 6
days to prepare. In attempting to review the 20 months of
activity in the case, including, indictments, superseding
indictments, discovery information, motions, and court
orders; new counsel requested an extension in the trial
date so that he could adequately prepare for trial. The
district court refused and trial proceeded as planned. The
court's failure to grant an extension, given the
circumstances, deprived York of his right to counsel, due
process and a fair trial.

4). Dr. York Had Received Ineffective Assistance Of
Counsel From Ed Garland And Manubir Arora From The Time
They Came On As His Defense Attorney.

They never pursued the federal court lack of jurisdiction
over Dr. York in order for them to even indict 
Dr. York and send him to trial.

They tortured Dr. York by subjecting him to sleepless
nights of psychiatric evaluation and interrogation. They
lied to Dr. York and told him that over 35 victims
had come forth to testify that he allegedly molested him.
They dangled the threat of 1000 years imprisonment if he
did not take a plea agreement of fifteen years imprison
which he was assured would be granted. He was told by Ed
Garland and Manubir Arora that the State and Government
would release co-defendants if he took the plea agreement
because they only wanted Dr. York. Dr. York was
taunted by Ed Garland and Manubir Arora who told him that
his co-defendants were also suffering the same type of
torturous treatment and deplorable conditions that he had
been suffering.

Acting against the best interest of their client Edward
T.M. Garland and Manubir Arora requested that Dr.
York receive psychiatric evaluation to cover up their
ineffective assistance of counsel. Dr. York was sent
to the Metropolitan Correctional Center , where he
received the worst of his torturous treatment, being
chained to cement beds, hoodwinked etc. According to Rule
11 of the Federal Rules of Criminal Procedure “...If a
prosecutor, Judge or defense attorney thinks that a
defendant may not be competent to stand trial because
he/she cannot understand or assist in his/her defense,
they may request that the court order a psychiatric
evaluation of the defendant.” Dr. York had already
gone through two evaluations prior to them ordering the
third. The second was the night before he took his plea
agreement. Dr. York was questioned and interrogated
all night prevented from getting any rest and then dragged
into court to face a plea agreement.

Ed Garland never prepared for trial, never questioned or
prepped any witnesses for Dr. York's defense, yet he
acted as his lead attorney. On countless occasions Ed
Garland would hold in chamber hearings with court without
the Dr. York's knowledge. His communication with
Dr. York were minimal, visiting Dr. York less than
five times over the two years of  Dr. York's
detainment. And as the trial drew near, instead of
fighting for his client Ed Garland went on vacation.

5). Dr. York Also Continued To Receive Ineffective
Assistance Of Counsel.

The post-trial counsel, Jonathan Marks, was ineffective in
withdrawing Dr. York's motions, submitted by Adrian
Patrick, for judgment of acquittal and motion for new
trial without the consent of Dr. York and with no
sound legal basis. This has a negative and adverse impact
on Dr. York rights, including but not limited to the
ability of  Dr. York to challenge the sufficiency of
the courts decision as well as other relevant issues. No
reasonably objective lawyer would have withdrawn the
motions because there was no rationale basis to do so.

6). Attorney Adrian Patrick Also Argued That Dr.
York's Sixth Amendment Right To A Jury Trial Was Denied
When Dr. York Was Sentenced Based Upon Facts Not
Reflected In The Jury Verdict.

After Dr. York's conviction at trial, the district
court improperly relied upon the United States Sentencing
Guidelines to determine Dr. York's punishment. The
use of the guidelines served to increase York's punishment
based on facts that were never submitted to a jury for
proof beyond a reasonable doubt. Dr. York was denied
his sixth amendment right to a jury trial when the
district court took these steps and increased his
punishment based on facts beyond what was reflected in the
jury verdict. Blakely v. Washington, 124 S. Ct. 2531
(2004). B . The recent Supreme Court decisions in U.S. v.
Booker, Supreme Court Case No.: 04-104 and U.S. v. Fanfan,
Supreme Court Case No: 04-105 affirmed the Blakely
decision and essentially stated that the sentencing
guidelines are unconstitutional and that the invalid parts
can be excised and the remainder should be advisory, but
not mandatory.

The court ruled that Dr. York should be sentenced
based on evidence that was never presented to the jury.
According to the PSI report, Dr. York received a
specific offense level for RH who never testified in court
and JE who also never testified in court. He also received
high offense levels for alleged victims who testified that
they were never molested. Now if we are to adhere to the
testimony of those that alleged they were molested to
support Dr. York's indictment then we most exercise
this same standard with those that avow they were never
molested. The testimony of those alleged victims were not
based on evidence or fact, because AN testified in court
that she lied to the grand jury, KE lied to investigating
agents and on the stand, HW recanted her statement and
then re-recanted. Pauline Rodgers whose anonymous letter
supposedly instigated the investigation admitted that she
wrote the letter out of anger and that it was not true.
Thus the testimony of the alleged victims were not based
on evidence or fact yet the prosecution utilized their
testimony to support an indictment against Dr. York.
Therewith the likewise standard should be utilized when
judging Dr. York's sentence. Over eight witnesses
testified that nothing happened. Dr. York sentencing,
based on evidence not presented to the jury, is thus

7). Dr. York's sentence was void because Dr. York was
sentenced under Federal Sentencing Guidelines that have
been ruled unconstitutional as applied in this case.

They use the most recent version of the Sentencing
Guidelines at Dr. York's sentencing violates the ex post
facto clause of the U.S. Constitution. Dr. York's
punishment was increased based on the use of the most
recent version of the guidelines instead of the version in
effect at the time Dr. York allegedly committed the
charged offenses. Therefore, he must receive a new
sentencing so that the court may employ the appropriate
version of the Guidelines.

Note: for legal reason the names of the alleged victims
and witness have been redacted

For additional information on the unjust case against Dr.
Malachi York and ongoing appeal visit

What is going on with TAMA-RE

Eatonton--On June 11, 2005 A.D. demolition crews began to
destroy the once beautiful Tama-Re Egypt of the West where
hundreds of thousands of Nuwaubians worldwide convened in
respect for their religious practices as well as a retreat
to the serene environment of the religious Holy Land.
Sheriff Howard Richard Sills lead the demolition although
at the time no demolition permits had been issued by the
Planning and Zoning Board of Putnam County. It is ironic
that the very Planning and Zoning Board that gave the
Nuwaubians numerous fines, denied permits to build and
caused lengthy court battles, is the same board that would
allow the illegal destruction of the Holy Land without
forcing “the new land owner” to apply for those very same
permits. It is obvious the interest was more in the
destruction than in the building of a foundation and way
of life for those who respect cultural diversity.

Sheriff Howard Richard Sills also received over half of a
million dollars from the sale of the property for 1.1
million dollars. This amount is more than the FBI, who
performed the raid of over 300 heavily armed agents and
the Federal Government who prosecuted the case received.
The most interesting point is that none of the “alleged
victims” have received any money to date. So it is obvious
that this case was never about “child molestation” but
the racial prejudice of a Georgia Elected official,
Sheriff Howard Richard Sills, to extinguish the Nuwaubians
from Putnam County and to destroy their land which was the
foundation of their religious customs and practices.

Why has the one person who has had the most racially
motivated feud against the Nuwaubians benefited the most
from the illegal sale of the Nuwaubians Religious
property? The Nuwaubian Community is now in the process of
calling for a full congressional hearing on the sale and
distribution of funds from the sale of their religious
land, which according to the Religious Land Use Act,
should be exempt from all such sales and seizures. Over
the years it has been the racial prejudice and illegal
practices of Sheriff Howard Richard Sills that sought the
removal of the Nuwaubians from their property prior to the
conspiracy against Mr. York, which was proven by the video
taped confession of Ms. Habiba “Abigail” Washington. On
August 4, 2004 A.D., the United Nuwaubian Nation
consisting of, the Egiptian Church of Christ, The Holy
Tabernacle Ministries, The Ancient Egiptian Order, the Al
Mahdi Shrine Temple No. 19, The Nuwaubian Supreme Grand
Lodge, and the Nuwaubian Order of Eastern Star, were
served with legal papers from the US Marshall’s Service
evicting the members, who maintained and lived on the
religious property and gave them seven days to leave their
home of 476 acres.

The eviction stemmed from the obviously questionable
conviction of Dr. Malachi Z. York. Part of the
conviction in the conspiracy case against Dr. Malachi
Z. York is that the Federal Government has called for the
forfeiture of “his interest” in the property at 404 Shady
Dale Rd. Dr. Malachi Z. York has not had any interest
in the land at 404 Shady Dale Rd since 1999. On February
8, 2002 A.D., Judge Hugh V. Wingfield exonerated Dr. York
from all charges and claims pertaining to case 99CV1-1 in
the Superior Court of Putnam County involving alleged RICO
charges arising from zoning violations on the land at 404
Shady Dale Road. Robert T. Prior, the attorney for Putnam
County stated in court, " ....This morning the County
received from the Defendant Dwight York a quitclaim deed
releasing all his interest in the property....In exchange
for that the County agreed to dismiss Dwight York from the
lawsuit." The Judge responded "I assume he quitclaimed it
to these folks." The folks that the judge was referring to
were the 9 land owners who took on the responsibility of
maintaining the land, paying the properly taxes and
affording the improvements that were seen in the erection
of the Egyptian City known as Tama-Re. After the unjust
conviction of Dr. Malachi Z. York, the future of the
property stood in limbo. The third party claimants
presented their testimonies in court on June 30, 2004 A.D.
before Judge C. Ashley Royal. At this time, Judge C.
Ashley Royal ruled that there was not enough consideration
given to prove a transfer of interest in the property
which would place the full interest of the property with
Mr. York. Yet the sale and demolition of this property
proceeded without the final disposition of his case which
is on Federal Appeal in the 11th Circuit Court of Appeals.
One of the defenses arguments on appeal is whether the US
Government abused their discretion on applying RICO
charges to Mr. York’s case based on a money structuring
charge that had no connection with the “Mann Act” Charges
of transportation of minors for illegal sexual purposes.
If Mr. York is successful in proving this point, then the
RICO forfeiture is illegal, but now the Religious Holy
Land of the Nuwaubians is already utterly destroyed.
Attorney Robert Ratliff, who represented the land owners,
filed a legal protection motion, which stated explicitly
that the landowners, as well as Dr. Malachi Z. York’s
14th amendment rights were being violated by disallowing
them an equal protection under law.

The Catholic Church, with all of the convictions and
accusations of child molestation in the last ten years,
has never been forced to forfeit church property or
personal property of the priests who committed the crimes,
so why has the federal government seized $414,000, a
religious ankh necklace, worth $60,000, that was on
Dr. Malachi Z. York’s person at the time of his arrest,
his personal residence worth $800,000, $237,000 from prime
commercial real estate that was forced to foreclose
because of the case pending, the land at 404 Shady Dale Rd
worth $1.5 million, for which he does not own, and is
seeking for him to pay $566,000 in restitution to alleged
victims who have beeHabiba “Abigail” Washington’s
video taped confession
n revealed as playing a key part in
the conspiracy according to ? The total amount in damages that
the Federal Government is seeking for Dr. York to pay for
the false charges against him is over 3 million dollars.
Recent studies have shown that over 10,000 children have
been molested at the hands of Catholic Priests. The damage
that these priests, who admit guilt, have caused to the
lives of young children is far greater and there has not
been any forfeiture of church property and also no RICO
charges have been brought against the Catholic Church to
date. Yet in these cases it is well documented that when a
priest was accused of or caught molesting a child, he was
transported to another perish in another state and the
same acts were committed until properly brought to
justice. These circumstances are well within the Federal
Government’s jurisdiction. The three landowners, Ethel
Richardson, Anthony Evans and Patrice Evans through their
attorney, Robert Ratliff of Mobile, AL, filed an appeal
with the 11th Circuit Court of Appeals. The 11th Circuit
Court Clerk mistakenly dismissed the appeal because the
fees, according to him were not properly paid. The Court
Clerk later had to reinstate the appeal because of this
mistake but, he did not afford an extended period of time
in the briefing schedule for the attorney. The Third Party
innocent owners requested that Judge C. Ashley Royal stay
all forfeiture proceedings until the final disposition of
Mr. York’s case. The Judge denied this request even though
prior to Mr. York’s Motion for New Trial, the Judge agreed
to stay all forfeiture proceedings. The Judges order gave
the US Marshall’s the opportunity to evict the residents
of 404 Shady Dale Rd. and place the property up for sale.
The legal fight for the land continues. 


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