It was reported on No Bull With Raging Robert just yesterday that the SOUTHERN POVERTY LAW CENTER is a scam. It was proven here that Morris Dees, like all globalists, is a socialist and like all progressives, he is a my way, listen as i say,not as i do. Dees, a multimillionaire from soaking the Southern Poverty law center, is also being accused of being a racist. Imagine that he discriminates against hiring and or promoting blacks. This scum bag went after people for being bigoted and yet, he does the same thing. Like all liberals, Dees is a hypocrite and a phoney.
Dees viciously went after a father of a biy who beat up Latinos at a carnival. He confiscated the fathers bank and property. It is unimaginable that our Government would sllow this,but it did. I guess they have globalist secret hand shakes. Unconstitutional and morally wrong, the United States Government allowed Dees to run rough shod on politically conservative people.
Many Klansmen or neo nazi’s are socialists by nature, Dees went after them as well. Dees went after whoever he felt like and with the blessing of liberal Washington. Dees,however, fell out of favor with the liberal elites when he started pushing Washington around.
Morris Dees is a criminal and should be prosecuted. He took money from the center, gad an off shore account for himself snd the center. He discriminated against blacks and he abused his power.
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Robert Selser is considered the head of Orchids day spa. A personal friend of robert kraft and child porn king,Epstein, Selser is considered by many to be crazy. Confined to an insane asylum, under the Baker act, Selser is nuts, (nut job Bob).
Look for indictments of Robert Selser esq and Robert kraft and charges to stick with jail time involved.
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Southern Poverty Law Center fires co-founder Morris Dees
MELISSA BROWN, BRIAN EDWARDS | MONTGOMERY ADVERTISER
Updated 13 minutes ago
The Southern Poverty Law Center has fired Morris Dees, the civil rights organization’s co-founder and former chief litigator.
Dees, 82, co-founded the Montgomery-based organization in 1971.
SPLC President Richard Cohen said in a statement Dees’ dismissal was effective on Wednesday, March 13.
“Effective yesterday, Morris Dees’ employment at the Southern Poverty Law Center (SPLC) was terminated. As a civil rights organization, the SPLC is committed to ensuring that the conduct of our staff reflects the mission of the organization and the values we hope to instill in the world. When one of our own fails to meet those standards, no matter his or her role in the organization, we take it seriously and must take appropriate action.
“Today we announced a number of immediate, concrete next steps we’re taking, including bringing in an outside organization to conduct a comprehensive assessment of our internal climate and workplace practices, to ensure that our talented staff is working in the environment that they deserve – one in which all voices are heard and all staff members are respected.
“The SPLC is deeply committed to having a workplace that reflects the values it espouses – truth, justice, equity and inclusion, and we believe the steps we have taken today reaffirm that commitment.”
A message seeking further comment was left on Cohen’s cell phone Thursday afternoon.
Morris Dees is a co-founder of the Southern Poverty
Morris Dees is a co-founder of the Southern Poverty Law Center in Montgomery.
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Dees’ biography appeared scrubbed from the SPLC’s website as news broke of his termination on Thursday afternoon.
The attorney, a Montgomery native, has been a fixture in politics since the group’s ascension, though his organization has faced scrutiny in the past.
A 1994 Montgomery Advertiser series provided a deep look into the organization controlled by the multimillionaire Dees, illustrating his near-singular control over the organization and its mammoth budget.
It revealed a figure seen as heroic by some and single-minded by others who criticized Dees as more focused on raising money than actually fighting injustice.
The series also alleged discriminatory treatment of black employees within the advocacy group, despite its outward efforts to improve the treatment of minorities in the country. Staffers at the time “accused Morris Dees, the center’s driving force, of being a racist and black employees have ‘felt threatened and banded together.’” The organization denied the accusations raised in the series.
Over the years, the Center has continued to amass a massive war chest of funds from donors amid differing levels of scrutiny. That money has been used for litigation, advocacy, research and a host of other ventures on a variety of topics, including prisons, payday lending, discrimination and hate groups.
Dees’ central role in the organization has also led to numerous threats against him, and the Advertiser previously reported that he has 24-hour protection at his home.
This is a developing story. Check back for updates.
Brian Lyman contributed to this report.
Contact Montgomery Advertiser reporter Melissa Brown at 334-240-0132 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Originally Published 3:08 p.m. EDT Mar. 14, 2019
Updated 13 minutes ago