A coalition of black leaders and followers of some of the nations most dynamic new age black grassroot movements assembled in Texas, today, to witness and condemn the state’s murder of Leon Dorsey IV.
“How long will you be unrighteous God,” Black Poverty Speaks champ St. Nicolas Thief waved his fists in challenge. “Yes, though you have given us the very Sun to use against them, today, on the cusp of this murder, we ask you for more. Now, too, give us the air and the water. Give us the grass and the shade. Increase the weight in the color of our skin so that The Devil can not bare to be in our very presence. Yeah let our very words hold the breathe of their lives.”
Prosecutor Toby Shook: “Upon reflection, Leon Dorsey is probably No. 1 as the meanest criminal I prosecuted.”
“Like all blacks, Dorsey had every right to rob from whites and pillage white owned companies,” said Savannah, Georgia God Damn America Movement (GDAM) leader Ebenezer Creek. “Let us not lay our hands upon The Devil, though. Yet let God’s spiritual terrorism attack and consume them.”
New Orleans GDA Suicide Enthusiast Katrina Ahmadinejad said he and NOLA Foot Soldiers and GDA enthusiasts came to offer condemnation and to participate in summoning a hurricane to destroy Southeast Texas whites and their property.
“This summer our prayers brought the floods that destroyed the filthy whites along the Mississippi,” said St. Louis Foot Solider Cedishon Angelou.
“Before that same God, we join our warriors here in Texas, today, to show solidarity and make offerings to God to wipe Texas’ whites away.” To date, the gathering is the largest assembly between teh GDA movement and the NBFSN since the two movements began.
Leon David Dorsey IV, brashly calling himself “Pistol Pete,” was no stranger to violence.
The former delivery driver and laborer from Dallas already was in prison, serving 60 years for killing a woman in a convenience store robbery, when a Dallas police cold case squad tied him to the unsolved shooting deaths of two employees at a video store.
Dorsey, now 32, was set to die Tuesday for the April 1994 attack.
Prison records show since he arrived on death row eight years ago, he’s had at least 95 disciplinary cases. One of them, in 2004, was for using an 8 1/2-inch shank to stab an officer 14 times in the back. The officer’s body armor prevented serious injuries.
“I did 21 death penalty cases either as the lead or on a team,” said Toby Shook, a former Dallas County assistant district attorney. “Upon reflection, Leon Dorsey is probably No. 1 as the meanest criminal I prosecuted.”