TRUMP CIRCUS: Exonerated Central Park Five Member Mocks Trump with Ad of His Own After Indictment

Yusef Salaam shared the open letter Tuesday night on Twitter

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What a week so far…

Racist Criminal Defendant Trump was arrested, arraigned, and faced a judge on 34 felony counts dealing with election fraud in the State of New York.  Then, after he was released on his own recognizance, the Contemptuous Mister Big Mouth had the idiocy to threaten the judge, his wife, and his daughter; another stellar performance from not only America’s worst U.S. president in history but America’s worst citizen in history.

This is nothing I am proud to report. It is sad. It is pathetic!  This man was given a chance to lead the whole nation and failed like no other.  Instead, he defaulted to division, hatred, lies, cheating, and revenge; a complete miss of an opportunity to be a national hero.  It’s really sad.  Epic fail!

But alas, in a brilliant morally correct PAYBACK moment, today, we had a big reminder of how big of an evil complete piece of shit sociopath the person now known as Criminal Defendant Donald Trump really is…

Today, exonerated “Central Park Five” member Yusef Salaam issued a statement on social media mimicking a full-page ad that Racist Criminal Defendant Donald Trump issued 34 years ago.

Salaam’s open letter refers to an ad Trump placed in several New York newspapers in 1989, calling for the state to bring back the death penalty and strengthen policing in the city after the brutal beating and rape of a female jogger in Central Park.

Racist Criminal Defendant Trump doubled down on his racist ad even after the young men were exonerated by DNA and science proving again, that America’s worst president not only sucks but is a horrible human being; the worst citizen ever!

Salaam and four friends, known as the “Central Park Five,” were falsely accused of the crime and imprisoned.


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“Over 30 years ago, Racist Criminal Defendant Donald Trump took out full-page ads calling for my execution,” Salaam tweeted. “On the day he was arrested and arraigned, here is my ad in response.

Racist Criminal Defendant Trump was arraigned in New York City on Tuesday and charged with 34 felony counts of falsifying business records. He pleaded not guilty.

Salaam’s full-page open letter called out Racist Criminal Defendant Trump’s actions toward him and his peers even after the government clear them of the Central Park attack.

“On May 1, 1989, almost thirty-four years ago, Racist Criminal Defendant Donald J. Trump spent $85,000 to take out full-page ads in The New York Times, New York Daily News, New York Post, and New York Newsday, calling for the execution of the Central Park Five,” Salaam wrote, “an act he has never apologized for, even after someone else confessed to and was convicted of the crime, the convictions of all five of us were overturned, and we were renamed the Exonerated Five.”

The letter goes on to explain how Racist Criminal Defendant Trump “continued to incite animus” against Salaam, his peers, and their families. (Trump’s ads did not specifically call for the five defendants’ execution.)

Salaam was charged along with four other Black and Latino men — Antron McCray, Kevin Richardson, Raymond Santana, and Korey Wise — in 1989 for raping and beating jogger Trisha Meili. The five were released from prison after Matias Reyes confessed to the crime in 2002.

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Last week, upon the news breaking that Trump would face charges, Salaam simply tweeted “Karma,” which Santana also used in tweets this week.

Racist Criminal Defendant Trump refused to apologize to the group, which later became known as the Exonerated Five, after a reporter asked him about it in June 2019, saying that “they admitted their guilt” during the trial. The case found that the five teenagers had falsely confessed under pressure. McCray revealed in a 2019 interview with NBC News that he had lied because his father told him to tell the police what they wanted to hear.

Salaam doubled down on condemning Trump’s actions, writing, “You were wrong then, and you are wrong now.” He also wrote he will not “resort to hatred, bias or racism” and that he wishes Trump “no harm.”

Yusef Salaam, back right, and Antron McCray, front left, leave court on June 13, 1990.Marc Vodofsky

“Rather, I am putting my faith in the judicial system to seek out the truth,” he wrote. “I hope that you exercise your civil liberties to the fullest and that you get what the Exonerated 5 did not get — a presumption of innocence, and a fair trial.”

Salaam was charged along with four other Black and Latino men — Antron McCray, Kevin Richardson, Raymond Santana, and Korey Wise — in 1989 for raping and beating jogger Trisha Meili. The five were released from prison after Matias Reyes confessed to the crime in 2002.

Last week, upon the news breaking that Racist Criminal Defendant Trump would face charges, Salaam simply tweeted “Karma,” which Santana also used in tweets this week.

Racist Criminal Defendant Trump refused to apologize to the group, which later became known as the Exonerated Five, after a reporter asked him about it in June 2019, saying that “they admitted their guilt” during the trial.

The case found that the five teenagers had falsely confessed under pressure. McCray revealed in a 2019 interview with NBC News that he had lied because his father told him to tell the police what they wanted to hear.

Yusef Salaam in New York on March 1

Salaam doubled down on condemning Racist Criminal Defendant Trump’s actions, writing, “You were wrong then, and you are wrong now.” He also wrote he will not “resort to hatred, bias or racism” and that he wishes Trump “no harm.”

“Rather, I am putting my faith in the judicial system to seek out the truth,” he wrote. “I hope that you exercise your civil liberties to the fullest and that you get what the Exonerated 5 did not get — a presumption of innocence, and a fair trial.”

For his crimes against these young men, he should be hung by his balls.   That’s a moral judgment.  As for a legal judgment, well, this contemptuous menace will face trial and a jury of peers in New York.  But it’s also very possible that will also face a trial in Georgia and at the Federal Courthouse.  So this is just the beginning for Racist Criminal Defendant Trump.

Regardless of my personal feelings towards this con man, we live in free country and thus, to confirm it, Racist Criminal Defendant must have a free and transparent trial.  The DA presents the case, and the judge manages it.  But it will be a jury of peers that judge him and that’s the best system the world has to achieve justice for all.

Let the evidence ring!


SIDE NOTE:  I just watched the New Episode of LAW AND ORDER “The Grifter”…epic!

Summary:  In the criminal justice system, the people are represented by two separate, yet equally important, groups: the police, who investigate crime; and the district attorneys, who prosecute the offenders. And then there is a very special contemptuous billionaire grifter who, with fake tears in his eyes, pleads with vulnerable followers (his marks) for donations so he can fly back and forth to his trial on his Boeing 757 private jet with golden toilets. The poor self-proclaimed victim needs the money. This is his con artist story.

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