Moses Running For Mayor of Memphis
- Nov. 4, 2021
-- Day 3 of Pamela "P." Moses jury trial who was prosecuted for voting. Judge Mark W. Ward presiding, testimony was heard and state and local officials testified in open court that they failed to research her eligibility and made the mistake because they did not know the law. On day 1 of the trial, 12 charges of voter fraud were dismissed. The jury trial will be back in session this Thursday at 11:00 AM at Shelby County Courthouse 201 Poplar Street, Memphis, Tennessee. November 4th the trial will conclude with closing arguments and the jury will be sent out for deliberations to decide the remaining 2 counts in which Moses has proclaimed her innocence. Moses says, "This case is about prosecutorial misconduct and administrative oversight which should require an immediate change of the law, and our government should spend more time-fighting crime rather than suppressing votes." Voting Rights is a national topic now because of the paradigm shift in power and Moses seeks to be Mayor in the upcoming election a guilty verdict will permanently bar her from holding public office and result in 42 years in prison.
Pamela Moses' founder of Black Lives Matter Memphis, raises constitutional and equal protection claims protected under the Fourteen Amendment of the United States Constitutions. Currently, the correctness of the law under T.C.A. 40-29-204(3)(
B) is being determined in Davidson County Chancery court Honorable Chancellor Lyle. The Federal Court recently declared the TN driver's license law unconstitutional freeing millions of disenfranchised citizens under old south Jim Crow laws, the same archaic law claim Moses makes challenging constitutionality. The State of Tennessee process has systematically failed formerly incarcerated people with a process riddled with inconsistencies in administration and is currently in a federal legal battle for Voting Right Acts violations. Moses is asking for the jury to look at her intent, the facts, and the law to render a verdict of Not Guilty.