Sources with the National Network have confirmed that The Harry Miree Reparations Protest is slated to be approved.
As previously published, a national protest against the privileged and flagrant, Birmingham born offender, who attends the prestigious Berklee College of Music in Boston and is the brother of Kyser Miree (who is believed to have killed himself during his Reparations Protest in Mobile), will call on him to publicly condemn his family and his race and to turn over his possessions for slavery reparations.
While Harry’s net worth has yet to be established, his father, Benjamin Miree, is the retired CEO of Miree & Taylor Construction – a million dollar family business whose industry is, reportedly, developing single family homes. Birmingham Black Foot Soldiers have already claimed Benjamin’s estate.
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For many Birmingham Soldiers, however, acquiring the Benjamin Miree’s estate is not enough. They want to know if Miree & Taylor Construction has been involved in any of the City’s Housing Projects. “Benjamin Miree is a generations race criminal who already faces a number of charges against him,” says Birmingham Black Foot Soldier James Nance.
“We are currently investigating whether Miree & Taylor Construction was involved in the development of the Cooper Green Housing Community, North Birmingham Homes projects and Smithfield or Southtown Court projects. We want to know all construction projects this family has been involved in.”
According to the Slaves Schedules of the 1850 census, Wm. S. Miree of Perry County Alabama (Only 1 county removed from Jeffereson County Alabama – which Birmingham resides) owned a considerable number slaves. No one in the Miree family has come forward to deny the relation.
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Reparations protesters Jamal Breon Lang, 20; Michael Jerome Lee, 19; Bo Taylor, 18; and Earnest Teryl Wiggins, 19 are currently being held for the protest which, according to Mobile Black Foot Soldier Moses Abernathy, Reparations Offender Miree is believed to have turned violent.
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