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Member of Winans gospel singing family charged with operating $8M Ponzi scheme
Sep-15-2012 1215 0


A member of the Winans gospel music family has been charged with fraud after authorities uncovered a scam involving more than $8 million and bogus oil bonds.

Michael Winans Jr. plans to plead guilty, defense attorney William Hatchett said Thursday.

Winans knew the Saudi Arabian oil bonds weren't real, but he continued to accept money from more than 1,000 investors in 2007 and 2008, according to a filing this week in Detroit federal court.

He recycled the money among investors, a trait of Ponzi schemes, and also used cash for his personal use, the government said.

Michigan regulators in 2010 said Winans Jr. used connections in Detroit churches to lure investors.

"My client has told me it is his full intention to repay or somehow put these people back to where they were before they became involved," Hatchett said.

Winans is a third-generation member of one of gospel music's first families. He's the grandson of Delores "Mom" Winans and David "Pop" Winans Sr., and son of Michael Winans Sr., a member of The Winans, a quartet of brothers. His uncle, Marvin Winans, gave the eulogy at Whitney Houston's funeral.

"There are no other members of this great family implicated or involved in any fashion," Hatchett said. "This is a very difficult time for this bright and gifted young man. His family stands beside him and they intend to see him through this."

He said Winans likely would make a court appearance within 10 days.

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The Rev. Al Sharpton claimed Sunday that he’s received death threats in the wake of execution-style murders of two NYPD officers in Brooklyn.

Sharpton, appearing alongside the wife and mother of Eric Garner, played a voicemail for reporters purportedly of a racist threat made against him.

“Hey n—-r, stop killing innocent people, I’m going to get you!” according to the barely audible recording.

The voice mail also included three f-bombs that went over live television in New York.

Sharpton also took umbrage with police union leaders who have blamed Mayor de Blasio for allegedly inciting violence against cops.

NYPD Officers Rafael Ramos and Wenjian Liu were gunned down in cold blood as they sat in their patrol car on Saturday in Brooklyn.

“To blame the mayor and others is not what we need,” Sharpton said. “The blame game will only lead to further kinds of venom and further division.”

Sharpton urged protesters and police critics to remain peaceful.

“If we go into an area where it’s eye for an eye, then it is only a matter of who can out pluck eyes rather than who can make the system fair for everybody,” he said. “We have in every rally and march … been very clear in stressing of nonviolence. We even would stop rhetoric that was wrong.”

Police-community relations have been tense ever since a Staten Island grand jury failed to indict the white cop who put Garner, who was black, in a choke hold, contributing to his death.

Garner was being arrested for allegedly selling loose, untaxed cigarettes when Officer Daniel Pantaleo used a chokehold to subdue him.

Garner’s mom, Gwen Carr, and wife Esaw Garner eulogized the two slain officers Sunday and rejected any link between the protests they’ve led and Saturday’s tragedy in Brooklyn.

“Anyone that is standing beside us, we want you to not use Eric Garner’s name for violence because we are not about that,” Carr said.

“These two police officers lost their lives senselessly, and our condolence (are) with the family, and we stand with the family.”

Esaw Garner added: “My husband was not a violent man, and we don’t want any violence connected to his name, thank you.”

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Barry Paddock Dec-22-2014 126 0
Gunman Ismaaiyl Brinsley had a “very troubled childhood” and had previously tried to kill himself, his mother told authorities, according to NYPD Chief of Detectives Robert Boyce.

“The mother expressed fear of him, and she said she hasn’t seen him in one month,” Boyce said. “Brinsley attempted suicide in the past and attempted to hang himself a year ago.”

The 28-year-old cop killer, who is estranged from his family, has a criminal record that stretches back at least a decade, with arrests in Ohio and Georgia.

Brinsley had 15 prior arrests in Georgia for misdemeanor assault, shoplifting, grand larceny and gun possession, Boyce said.

Brinsley was also arrested four times in Ohio for robbery and misdemeanor theft and did a two-year prison stint from August 2011 to July 2013 for criminal possession of a weapon, said Boyce.

Despite the long rap sheet, a friend of Brinsley said he was shocked to hear about the twisted execution, describing the killer as a smart and “God-fearing” man.


Ismaaiyl Brinsley, left, and friend Jay Romero, right. Romero recounted how Brinsley was a 'God-fearing person' and called Brinsley's actions 'a cowardly move.'
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Ismaaiyl Brinsley, left, and friend Jay Romero, right. Romero recounted how Brinsley was a 'God-fearing person' and called Brinsley's actions 'a cowardly move.'


“This would’ve never crossed my mind for him to do something like this,” said Jay Romero, who spent a month with Brinsley last Christmas.

“It brought tears to my eyes. No human has the right to take any human’s life, that’s wrong,” said Romero, 29. “What he did is a cowardly move. I don’t know what he went through, what was on his mind.”

After shooting his ex-girlfriend in Maryland, cops said Brinsley drove to Brooklyn and ambushed Officers Rafael Ramos, 40, and Wenjian Liu, 32, as they were sitting in their patrol car in Brooklyn. He then blew his brains out on a nearby G train platform.

The cop killer had a 'very troubled childhood' and had previously tried to take his own life, according to his mom.


He said Brinsley had two daughters and had been dating a woman in Baltimore for a long time and mentioned her often.

“He always talked about her, that she was the only girl he loved,” he said.

Brinsley’s rampage started about 5:45 a.m. when he shot ex-girlfriend Shaneka Thompson in Owings Mills, Md., police said.

She remains hospitalized with wounds to her stomach.

He stole the 29-year-old woman’s phone and took off to his native Brooklyn, posting ominous messages on Instagram showing his bloodstained pants and the handgun that was later used to murder the officers.

Romero said Brinsley would often post news stories on his Facebook page, but never accompanied them with strong opinions. He didn’t remember Brinsley talking about killing cops.

Officials said it didn’t appear that Brinsley was affiliated with any gang.

Brinsley was Muslim and also went by Isaiah and Moses, Romero said.

The Vegas man said he’d refer to his friend as “Brooklyn” when they texted each other.

“He was very proud of being where he was from, Brooklyn,” he said.

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Two NYPD cops were executed Saturday after a gang member from Baltimore drove to the city to kill police officers after wounding his girlfriend, sources told the Daily News.

The shooter, identified as Ismaaiyl Brinsley, 28, boasted about wanting to kill cops in the hours before he ambushed the officers outside the Tompkins Houses in Bedford-Stuyvesant about 3 p.m. Saturday.

“I’m Putting Wings On Pigs Today. They Take 1 Of Ours...Let’s Take 2 of Theirs,” Brinsley wrote on Instagram alongside a photo of a silver handgun and a series of hashtags referencing the deaths of Eric Garner and Michael Brown.

Brinsley made good on his promise, firing several rounds into the patrol car parked near Myrtle and Tompkins Aves., witnesses said.
“The perp came out of the houses, walked up behind the car and lit them up,” a high-ranking police official told the Daily News.

Brinsley then sprinted around the corner to the Myrtle-Willoughby Aves. subway station where he shot himself in the head, police said. He was later pronounced dead.

Both officers were rushed to Woodhull Hospital but were later pronounced dead.

Witnesses said the officers never had a chance.

“He just walked up and shot that cop in the head,” one man said.

“They basically dragged two cops out their car,” a second witness said. “I saw it. One was shot in the face. There was blood coming out of his face.”

Brinsley is believed to be a member of a Baltimore gang, Black Guerilla Family, sources said. The gang has vowed retribution for the deaths of Garner and Brown. Garner died after being put in a chokehold by NYPD Officer Daniel Pantaleo on July 17 on Staten Island. Brown, who was unnarmed, was shot dead by Ferguson, Mo. cop Darren Wilson on Aug. 9th. Neither cop was indicted by grand juries, sparking national protests.

“I have spoken to the Garner family and we are outraged by the early reports of the police killed in Brooklyn today," said the Rev. Al Sharpton in a statement Saturday evening. "Any use of the names of Eric Garner and Michael Brown, in connection with any violence or killing of police, is reprehensible and against the pursuit of justice in both cases.

Details of the shooting outside Baltimore were scarce. A family member of the victim told the Daily News Brinsley shot her in the stomach.

She was expected to survive.

Earlier Saturday, Brinsley posted a menacing message on Facebook. “I Always Wanted To Be Known For Doing Something Right...But My Past Is Stalking Me and My Present Is Haunting Me.”

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Some witnesses "clearly " lied to the St. Louis grand jury investigating the police shooting death of Michael Brown in Ferguson, Mo., prosecutor Robert McCulloch said in an interview.

"There were people who came in and yes, absolutely lied under oath. Some lied to the FBI, even though they're not under oath, that's another potential offense, a federal offense," McCulloch said Friday, in a discussion with KTRS radio in St. Louis.

Nonetheless, he said he will not seek perjury charges. "Some were clearly not telling the truth, no question about it," McCulloch said. But he wanted all sides to have their say, he added.

In his first public statements since announcing on Nov. 24 that the white police officer who killed the unarmed African-American teen would not be indicted, McCulloch said he has kept quiet because he didn't want "to fire things up."


Even though it was apparent that some witnesses were not telling the truth, McCulloch said he allowed them to testify because he wanted jurors to hear all accounts of how Ferguson Police Officer Darren Wilson shot to death 18-year-old Brown.

"I thought it was much more important to present the entire picture and say listen, this is what this witness says he saw, even though there was a building between where the witness says he was and where the events occurred, so they couldn't have seen that," McCulloch told the station.

The credibility of two people who testified, identified only as Witness 40 and Witness 41, has already been questioned after transcripts of their testimonies and other details were released publicly.

Witness 40 admitted to investigators she was bi-polar and racist and had sought donations for Wilson. She came forward five weeks after the Aug. 9 shooting and claimed she had driven to Ferguson "so I stop calling Blacks N------ and Start calling them People," she wrote in a journal that she showed the grand jury.

Witness 41, it was revealed this week, told prosecutors -- after she testified -- that she had recorded the entire shooting incident on her cell phone. But she had dropped her phone in a toilet, she said, and then threw it away.

"Just like any jury, they can believe all, part or nothing of any witness testimony," McCulloch said.

His handling of the case has been criticized from the beginning. On Thursday, Democratic State Rep. Karla May said McCulloch should be investigated for prosecutorial misconduct.

"My job is to not get an indictment, my job is to seek the truth and seek justice and do what is right," McCulloch said in the interview.

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A recently sworn-in Dalton police officer is off the job following his arrest Thursday on a child molestation charge.

The Georgia Bureau of Investigation arrested Officer Daniel Tolbert just after 5 p.m., Dalton police spokesman Bruce Frazier said Thursday night. The arrest came nine days after the department placed Tolbert on administrative leave immediately after being informed by the GBI and the Whitfield County Sheriff’s Office that he was under investigation on suspicion of child molestation.

“I am very disappointed to hear about this allegation, and upset about the discredit this will surely bring on our department and officers,” Dalton Police Chief Jason Parker said in a news release Thursday. “We would never condone or support the kind of behavior that would warrant this charge. The men and women of this department hold ourselves to a very high standard of behavior, and we know the community we serve expects our behavior to be beyond reproach.”

Though police officials did not have specifics on the allegations against Tolbert, Frazier said the alleged incident did not occur while Tolbert was on the job. At the time of his suspension, he was in the department’s field training program, and as a trainee, he was never unsupervised or alone while on duty. Probationary trainees, Frazier added, ride with an experienced training officer for at least four months after completing the police academy.

Tolbert, 32, completed the police academy in September and was sworn in as an officer on Sept. 16. Though Tolbert is currently on administrative leave, the city will begin the termination process immediately, Frazier said.

Prior to joining Dalton’s police force, Tolbert served in the U.S. Army, the U.S. Border Patrol in California and was a jail deputy with the Clayton County Sheriff’s Office, according to the police department’s blog.

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The stabbing death of a man whose naked body was found outside a Brooklyn apartment building was the result of a sordid love triangle that ended in two killings, not one — and the arrest of a suspect Thursday.

Jerome Barrett, 35, is believed to have been having sex with a co-worker in a car parked near his East New York home when the woman’s cuckolded husband interrupted their sexual encounter early Wednesday, police sources said. The lovers were naked.

The husband, Steve Whittingham, 48, stabbed Barrett several times in the chest and did the same to his wife, Jonelle Barker, 36, killing them both, police said in announcing Whittingham’s arrest early Thursday night.

Barrett, who also was married, was mortally wounded but managed to flee, still naked and clutching his clothing and wallet, the sources said. He made his way to the entrance of an apartment building on Louisiana Ave. near Seaview Ave. in the Spring Creek Towers shortly after 1 a.m. Wednesday, the sources said. He was ringing the buzzer at the main entrance, trying to summon help, when his wounds overcame him, the sources said. His clothes and wallet were found a few feet from his body, just outside the building’s entrance.

A day later, about 3:30 a.m. Thursday, Barrett’s car, a Kia, was found parked on New Lots Ave. in Brownsville, the sources said.

Inside the trunk was Jonelle Barker’s body. She was naked, the sources said.

Investigators believe that Barrett and Barker, who worked as baggage handlers at JFK Airport, were having an affair and that Whittingham killed them both in a rage after learning about her infidelity and catching them in the act, the sources said.

Jerome Barrett’s brother, Benjamin Barrett, Jr., who lives in Virginia, was stunned when he heard his sibling had been slain.

“No! ... you’re kidding, man!” he said, adding that their father had died of cancer just last week. “He was just coming back down here this weekend for the funeral.”

Shortly after Barker’s body was discovered, Whittingham surrendered himself to authorities, the sources said. He was charged with one count of second-degree murder and one count of first-degree murder, which could get him life without parole if convicted. He was due to be arraigned.

Whittingham and Barker shared a home in Windsor Terrace, police said. Outside their Ave. K home on Thursday night an elderly woman was weeping, as neighbors tried to console her. Neighbors said the woman was Whittingham’s mother. She declined comment.

Barrett lived about a mile and a half from the building in the Spring Creek Towers outside of which his body was found. Whittingham drove Barrett’s Kia from the scene after Barrett fled, the police sources said. The sources did not reveal where the car had initially been parked, but they said investigators have recovered surveillance video of the killings.

Barrett’s sister-in-law said that neither she nor her husband knew Barrett was having an affair. “He always seemed to be family-oriented,” Wilson-Barrett said. “He had a heart made of gold.”

“It’s shocking to me,” she added. “I didn’t know that side of him.”

She raged at Whittingham for the way he allegedly responded to his humiliation and grief.

“He could have hit him in the head with a bat or just beat him up,” she said.

“I’m a firm believer of you reap what you sow,” she said, with unintended irony. “I think he should pay for this.”

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Legal justice was a long time coming in the case of George Stinney, a 14-year-old black boy in rural South Carolina who became the youngest person executed in modern times when he was electrocuted 70 years ago for the murders of two white girls.

On Tuesday, Judge Carmen Mullins vacated the boy's conviction and cleared his name for the beating deaths of Mary Emma Thames, 7, and Betty June Binnicker, 11, in segregated Alcolu, S.C. The girls had been riding their bicycles when they disappeared in 1944. Their bodies were found in a watery ditch in the black side of town. Both had been attacked with a railroad spike.

Mullins found "fundamental, Constitutional violations of due process," the judge said. She noted the lack of a credible defense during trial, and said the boy's confession, of which there were two versions, appeared to have been coerced. There were no witnesses and no physical evidence in the case.

Stinney's sisters and a brother testified earlier this year at hearings on whether to overturn the conviction. "They took my brother away and I never saw my mother laugh again," said Amie Ruffner, 78. "I would love his name to be cleared."

His 83-year-old brother, Charles, lives in Brooklyn. There was no answer when the Daily News phoned his home.

The victims' families opposed vacating the conviction, saying very little remained in the way of physical records from the trial, and that it would be impossible to determine exactly what happened decades ago in the Deep South courtroom.

The trial lasted only three hours. It took only 10 minutes for an all-white, all-male jury to convict Stinney. He was sent to the electric chair not quite three months later.




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Update at 4:05 p.m.Pilar Sanders has been booked into the Collin County Detention Center in McKinney on the contempt of court charge. Her booking mugshot is below.

Update at 12:55 p.m.: Pilar Sanders has been sentenced to seven days in jail.

After hearing from witnesses and attorneys for Deion Sanders, District Judge Ray Wheless found Pilar Sanders in contempt for failing to return her children after her visitation as ordered in the divorce decree and for taking possession of them when she shouldn’t have. He ordered her to be jailed 30 days, but then suspended and probated that sentence for one year. Still, as part of the probation, he ordered her to serve a week behind bars in county lock-up.

As the bailiff was taking her into custody, Pilar Sanders objected to the entire proceedings. She was then escorted out of the courtroom.

She appeared in court with no attorney, saying several times that she was taking part in the proceedings only under threat, duress and coercion. “I am not a part of the United States corporation,” she told the court.

She offered no witnesses and did not question any witnesses that her ex-husband’s attorneys called to testify. “I stand mute,” she told the judge when asked if she had any questions for them.

The hearing was called to rule on three motions filed by Deion Sanders’ attorneys. Two were related to the divorce decree and a third involved the defamation suit he filed against his ex-wife last month.

Wheless granted the temporary injunction requested in the defamation case, ordering Pilar Sanders to remove any statements from social media that she has already posted that could be construed as damaging to her ex-husband. He set the case for trial on March 2.

Deion Sanders testified that the NFL has investigated his ex-wife’s allegations posted on social media and that her continuing posts were threatening negotiations to renew his contract and jeopardize his livelihood.

During questioning about videos of her talking into a camera that were posted online, Pilar Sanders testified that the statements she made were true. “I have not alleged abuse,” she told the court. “I have spoken of my life.”

The judge also granted the motion to modify the divorce decree, saying that Pilar Sanders shall have no possession of her three children until further orders from the court.

Pilar Sanders cited multiple legal statutes during the hearing, saying she did not recognize the jurisdiction of the court. When asked to give her name as she took the stand, she said she did not have a name. “I am Pilar Sanders Love El Dey Allodial Moorish American,” she testified.

Deion Sanders testified that his ex-wife did not return the children after her visitation for the summer expired on July 31. He testified that he ended up retaining an attorney, who subsequently got a court order to retrieve the children.

Officer Michael Missildine with the Collin County constable’s office testified that he made three trips to her home to retrieve the couple’s three children. The first time, no one answered the door. The second time, Pilar Sanders answered but would not let the deputies inside to get the kids. Missildine said he went a third time with an order from Wheless giving him the authority to enter the home by force if needed to retrieve the children.

Missildine testified that Pilar Sanders cited many of the same beliefs that she testified to in court. He testified that she told him she was a Moorish American under the flag of Morroco and that laws did not apply to her.

After the children were returned to their father, Pilar Sanders filed a kidnapping complaint with Child Protective Services, who in turn contacted Celina Police. Because of the court order allowing the children to be taken, no charges were pursued.

CPS investigator Nicholas Valenzuela testified that allegations of abuse and neglect of the Sanders children were investigated and ruled out.

Original post at 9:41 a.m.: A hearing is being held in Collin County this morning in the defamation suit Deion Sanders filed last month against his ex-wife Pilar Sanders.

The suit accuses Pilar Sanders of publishing false statements on social media that accuse the broadcaster and former Dallas Cowboy of multiple crimes, including child abuse, spousal abuse, assault and attempted murder. The suit also refers to statements she allegedly made on TV in a recent appearance on The O’Reilly Factor.

Filed Nov. 24 in Collin County, the lawsuit seeks damages of $200,000 to $1 million as well as other relief to which he may be ENTITLED.

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Dec-17-2014 274 0
Amid sexual assault allegations against Bill Cosby, Spelman College has suspended a program created after the comedian's family gifted $20 million to the school in the late '80s.

"The William and Camille Olivia Hanks Cosby Endowed Professorship was established to bring positive attention and accomplished visiting scholars to Spelman College in order to enhance our intellectual, cultural and creative life," the college said in a statement. "However, the current context prevents us from continuing to meet these objectives fully. Consequently, we will suspend the program until such time that the original goals can again be met."

The Cosby family's donation also funded an academic center, which was named after Cosby's wife of over 50 years, Camille. And two of the couple's daughters attended Spelman, a historically black women's college in Atlanta founded in 1881.

Cosby also created A Different World, a spin-off of The Cosby Show, which was partially filmed on Spelman's campus. The series, which first premiered in 1987, followed Cosby's on-screen daughter Lisa Bonet. However, Bonet only appeared in the first season.

Earlier this month, Cosby stepped down from the board of trustees at Temple University, a college he donated money to and attended.

The 77-year-old comedian recently spoke out about the allegations, telling the New York Post's, "Let me say this. I only expect the black media to uphold the standards of excellence in journalism and when you do that you have to go in with a neutral mind."

Camille released a statement defending her husband Monday, and Cosby's lawyer, Martin Singer, denies the accusations Cosby faces.

"The new, never-before-heard claims from women who have come forward in the past two weeks with unsubstantiated, fantastical stories about things they say occurred 30, 40 or even 50 years ago have escalated past the point of absurdity," Singer said in a statement on Nov. 21.

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