Council Member Simpson Campaign Directly Benefited from “Dark Money” in 2013 Election

        Councilman                 Christopher                 Smitherman

According to a statement released by Smitherman; Enclosed is a copy of a check that Jonathan White of Dayton, Ohio paid to Gumbinner & Davies Communication for campaign literature for Council Member Yvette Simpson in the 2013 Cincinnati City Council election.   Continue reading “Council Member Simpson Campaign Directly Benefited from “Dark Money” in 2013 Election”

Convicted Serial Killer Anthony Kirkland Getting New Sentencing Hearing

Written By: Ishton W. Morton – December 28th, 2016

Convicted Serial Killer Anthony Kirkland Getting New Sentencing Hearing

To put things into perspective on March 31st, 2010, Serial Killer Anthony Kirkland was given two death sentences, one for 13 years-old Esme Kenney, and the other for 14 years-old Casonya “Sharee” Crawford. Additionally two other sentences of 70 years to life for the murders of 45 years-old Mary Jo Newton and 25 years-old Kimya Rolison. After his arrest on March 7th, 2009, Kirkland admitted he choked each woman to death and then burned their bodies. Cite as State v. Kirkland, 140 Ohio St.3d 73, 2014-Ohio-1966.. State v. Kirkland – Supreme Court

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Ohio Supreme Court Decision Affirming Prosecutor’s Action

Written By: Ishton W. Morton – December 22nd, 2016

       Hamilton County Prosecutor                            Joseph T. Deters

On Tuesday, December 20th, 2016 Hamilton County Prosecutor made an announcement that Ohio Supreme Court decision affirmed the action(s) of Prosecutor in the handling of body cam video(s).

Accordingly, the Ohio Supreme Court in a unanimous decision affirmed the actions of Hamilton County Prosecutor Joseph T. Deters and his handling of the release of the Ray Tensing body camera video. Continue reading “Ohio Supreme Court Decision Affirming Prosecutor’s Action”

THE CRIMINAL DEFENSE OF NAACP PRESIDENT ISHTON MORTON

December 21, 2014 – Finney Law Firm 

Attorney Christopher Finney

Our client has consented to us highlighting this story as it represents an abuse of the justice system to his great detriment.

In January of 2014, a long-time volunteer for the Cincinnati, Ohio and national NAACP convened his first meeting as President of the Cincinnati branch of that organization, Ishton Morton.  To celebrate that occasion, Mr. Morton purchased dinner for the Board, and thus after the meeting adjourned, Board members assembled in a social gathering to congratulate their new President. Continue reading “THE CRIMINAL DEFENSE OF NAACP PRESIDENT ISHTON MORTON”

Alaska Airlines Split From Delta Airline Over Virgin America

Written By: Ishton W. Morton – December 21st, 2016

                        Delta Airline

Delta Air Lines and Alaska Airlines has revitalize new relevance to the  ecclesiastical an statement that is found in Matthew 6:24  and Luke 16:13 of the King James Bible which says; “No man can serve two masters: for either he will hate the one, and love the other; or else he will hold to the one, and despise the other.” Continue reading “Alaska Airlines Split From Delta Airline Over Virgin America”

WIN! OUR WEST CHESTER LAWSUIT FOR PSYCHIATRIC FACILITY RESULTS IN SETTLEMENT #MAKINGADIFFERENCE

CHRISTOPHER P. FINNEY  –  (513) 943.6650 info@finneylawfirm.com

December 9, 2016

Attorney Christopher Finney

Today’s Journal-News features the settlement that resulted from this law firm’s suit under the Americans with Disabilities Act on behalf of an in-patient psychiatric facility seeking to locate into West Chester Township. Continue reading “WIN! OUR WEST CHESTER LAWSUIT FOR PSYCHIATRIC FACILITY RESULTS IN SETTLEMENT #MAKINGADIFFERENCE”

Accountability

Articles | Posted by Jim Clingman June 6th, 2016

James Clingman is the nation’s most prolific writer on economic empowerment for Black people
James Clingman is the nation’s most prolific writer on economic empowerment for Black people

Black people talk a lot about accountability, especially as it relates to politicians. How do we do that? How can you hold someone accountable who is not accountable to you? Most politicians, Black ones included, couldn’t care less about what we think or what we do, so where is the incentive for them to be accountable to us? Throughout the Obama terms certain Black folks have met with him, supposedly to let him know what to do for Black people, but nearly eight years of that has resulted in nothing specific for Black people—even with the highest percentage of votes cast among all voter segments.
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Cranley Proposal to Give City Workers Raises

Re-Written By: Ishton W. Morton – December 18th, 2016

Cincinnati, Mayor John Cranley
       Cincinnati, Mayor John Cranley

In the past several weeks mush has been written, much have been in the news about Cincinnati Mayor, John Cranley’s proposal to give city workers raises. 

An article in the Cincinnati Enquirer have said; “it’s no surprise that Cincinnati City Hall went a little crazy two weeks ago when Mayor John Cranley proposed giving city workers raises.”
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Delta Airline Continue Service to St. Croix US VI

Written By: Ishton W. Morton – December 17th, 2016

Beverly Nicholson-Doty Commissioner of Tourism for the U. S. Virgin islands.
Beverly Nicholson-Doty Commissioner of Tourism for the U. S. Virgin islands.

This week the weather temperature and conditions in Cincinnati, Ohio has been extremely (“KOLD”) cold. At times it has fallen into single digits degrees to the point that I’ve considered making an appointment with Delta Airline to take to St. Croix, U. S. Virgin Islands. If I remember correctly Christmas Eve is the beginning of carnival in St Croix. It’s a time of enjoyment where weather temperature and conditions is always between 78  and 80 degree. Although I have experienced 96.5% of my adult life in Cincinnati, Ohio my bones were shaken from the sheer coldness of these weather conditions. Continue reading “Delta Airline Continue Service to St. Croix US VI”

Judge Ruled Dayton Abortion Clinic To Stay Open

Written By: Ishton W. Morton – December 16th, 2016

Montgomery County Common Pleas Judge Mary Wiseman
Montgomery County Common Pleas Judge Mary Wiseman

Traditionally Dayton, Ohio is considered as the sixth-largest city in the U.S. state of Ohio with a county seat as Montgomery County. However, a small portion of the city extends into Greene County

According to the 2010 census, its population was  approximately 141,527, with the Dayton metropolitan area having 799,232 residents, thusly making it Ohio’s fourth-largest metropolitan area, after ClevelandCincinnati, and Columbus and the 63rd-largest in the United States. Continue reading “Judge Ruled Dayton Abortion Clinic To Stay Open”