Ungodly: A True Story of Unprecedented Evil

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Indigo Publishing Group, 2007 - Religion - 272 pages
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Ungodly is the strange, shameful story of how a street kid declared himself a god and was thus granted immunity for a long career of crime. Dwight York, aka Imam Isa, Dr. Malachi Z. York, and Baba, among others, was so adept at playing the race and religion cards that, for 35 years he successfully trumped a series of politicians, prosecutors, police and school officials, academicians and journalists who might have, or should have, stopped him. So this is also the shameful story of how the fear of being politically incorrect, of being accused of practicing discrimination based on race and religion, silenced the majority and allowed the abuses to continue unabated, while young lives were destroyed.

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I wouldn't spend a half cent to buy your book, for you are of your father, the devil. All lies that you have placed upon Malachi York and framed him with ... are in fact >>> those of your own actions to African peoples across the world. You white men have raped,killed, castrated, hung, branded, worked Africans to death, stole us from our lands and have enjoyed extreme wealth worldwide. All while promoting the African, in the most negative manner imaginable worldwide. You are afraid of the African man, his potential, his greatness. his loins and his "natural superiority" due to his God given strength and melanin. You are deplorable Bill Osinski  

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The author of this book payed people to LIE on a innocent man! The cover in itself is very racists and offensive to people of color.

About the author (2007)

Bill Osinski is an aircraft engineer-turned journalist who has worked for eleven newspapers, including the Atlanta Journal Constitution for sixteen years. His prior work has contributed to the release of a convicted murderer from death row in Ohio and in opening a state investigation in Kentucky which established that a previously-exonerated state trooper shot a cop killing suspect in the back. He was a finalist for a Pulitzer Prize in investigative reporting for articles exposing illegal practices in the coal mining industry. He lives in metro Atlanta with him wife, Eileen, and writes screenplays.

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