Wilbur Jones former owner of Viper’s Lounge speaks about activities at his bar.
Former owners discuss the action taken by the City of Racine to acquire their property. http://www.patternorpractice.com
Thomas Holmes speaks to Racine Common Council 1-15-2013
Thomas Holmes former owner of Park 6 in Racine WI. after winning WI. State of Appeals decision, asks the City Council of Racine for this liquor license back. Now the plaintiff in a federal civil rights suit against the City of Racine.
More information is surfacing in the ongoing civil rights and RICO lawsuit against the City of Racine and Mayor John Dickert.
The lawsuit brought by minority business against the City of Racine WI. has just exploded with a motion to compel. Information contained is shocking!
The Municipal Defendants are
in the process of providing responsive documentation from June 2009 – present. They have
refused, however, to produce any ESI from January 2006 – May 2009.
The relevance of the requested information cannot reasonably be contested. The
Municipal Defendants recently provided Plaintiffs with a list containing the number of hits for
individual search terms found in certain City employees’ emails from June 2009 – present. The
results are staggering; for example:
“nigger” (436 hits) “nig” (238 hits) “negro (1675 hits)
“monkey” (612 hits) “wetback” (31 hits) “n-ville” (14 hits)
“coon” (745 hits) “bribe” (548 hits) “kickback” (54 hits)
“ghetto” (303 hits) “oriental” (484 hits) “those people” (1765 hits)
Further, during one of the very first fact witness depositions to take place in this case, a
non-party witness testified that she heard Mayor Dickert proclaim that: “It is time for these
Niggers to go back to Waukegan.”
Front window Club Park 6 Shot out at 1:09:19 on March 3, 2011 one day after the City of Racine is ordered by the court to give the owner this Liquor License back to resume business. Police report states kids throwing rocks. You be the Judge. “I think it was a retaliation of the judge’s (order) because this has never been a problem before,” Holmes said.
The title page is up and running for Pattern or Practice at http://www.tugg.com However the theater hosting is taking a little longer but the community page is alive. That’s right you can now host a screening at your community Venue or School. We are currently looking for sponsors to host a theatrical screening (Coming Soon) in the Racine and Milwaukee area. It cost you nothing and it’s a great way to support our film, stand up for justice and you receive 5% of the ticket sales. https://www.tugg.com/titles/pattern-or-practice Contract us at http://firstname.lastname@example.org
Hi I’m Jim Spodick the producer of the documentary Pattern or Practice. The film took 2 years to finish, the material covered in the film (shocking as it is) is a true story of the pattern used to boldly discriminate against African Americans and other minority business owners and the strength of the persecuted. Pattern or Practice goes beyond the street protests of Ferguson, Missouri and Staten Island, New York and into the underbelly of local government. It’s a portrait of the effects of government corruption and institutionalize racism, and how it’s enabled by local officials detachment from one’s community and enhanced by those with something to gain. Watch for our upcoming video!
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The story of how a small Midwestern town waged war on African-American and Hispanic bar owners to drive them out of the changing town.First Showing Oriental Theater Milwaukee
Pattern or Practice has been accepted to the East Lansing Michigan Film Festival, Michigan’s largest film festival. Showing to over 23,000 film lovers. Oct 30 – Nov 6, 2014 Uncut interview with Ken Lumpkin for Pattern or Practice