BLM Founder Gets Six-Year Prison Sentence

BLM activist Pamela Moses has been sentenced to six years and one day.

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Moses, who founded the Black Lives Matter chapter in Memphis, was hammered by the judge.

“You tricked the probation department into giving you documents saying you were off probation,” Court Judge W. Mark Ward told her directly. “[You] voted six times as a convicted felon,” the judge emphasized.

In 2015, Moses pleaded guilty to a 10-count indictment that included charges of perjury, stalking and tampering with evidence. As a convicted felon, she lost her voting rights.

Despite this previous felony conviction that should have permanently barred her from voting, the BLM political activist signed up to vote in 2019.

Moses argued she did nothing wrong and instead blamed elections officials and others who allowed her to vote.

“They never mentioned anything about voting,” she claimed. “They never mentioned anything about not voting, being able to vote … none of that.”

In 2019, she filed an application to vote and it was accepted.

Moses responded by claiming the justice system is “racist.” She said, “They want to pick and control who the black leaders are in the South.”

“And they do it through voter suppression. They suppressed my right to vote forever,” Moses lamented.

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Ward said Moses could be put on probation after nine months if she completes prison programs and shows good behavior, according to WHBQ-TV.

The case of Moses is complex because she had 16 previous felony convictions, according to a news release from Shelby County District Attorney Amy Weirich.

Moses insists she was never told the application was in fact rejected and proceeded to vote anyhow.

At her trial in December, Ward said she “voted six times as a convicted felon.”

Moses said she had no idea what was taking place when the charges of illegal voting were lodged against her.

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“I didn’t even know I was going to trial until like a few days before this,” Moses said.

Weirich said her office simply relied on the facts.

“Felons are not allowed to vote in the state of Tennessee unless their rights have been restored by court,” Weirich said. “What we had proved, we presented to that jury, and they listened to the evidence. They listened to the facts. They applied their common sense, and they returned the verdict of guilty.”