The Washington Post reports that Ernest Withers, the so-called "original civil rights photographer"
….who died in 2007 at 85, provided photographs, scheduling information and biographical sketches to two FBI agents in Memphis, according to files the Commercial Appeal attained through a Freedom of Information Act request. The photographer was a former police officer, and the Memphis newspaper noted that Withers had eight children and may have needed the money paid to informants to support them.
...The photographer moved freely in the tight circle of King's lieutenants, taking pictures and selling them to black magazines such as Jet and other outlets.
If these allegations are true, Mr. Withers is a traitor. From the days of slavery to the days of the Civil Rights Movement, there have always been African Americans who are willing to sellout the people and the struggle for a few pieces of silver. When Gabriel Prosser planned a slave rebellion in 1800 in Richmond, Virginia, two slaves told their master about his plans and Prosser was executed. When Denmark Vesey planned a slave rebellion in 1822 in Charleston, South Carolina, some uncle toms informed their master and Vesey was executed.In more recent times, the FBI has long history of hiring African Americans to investigate, infiltrate, disrupt and destroy African American leaders and organizations. FBI targets included Marcus Garvey, W.E.B. DuBois, Malcolm X, Rev. Martin Luther King, Jr., Kwame Ture (Stokeley Carmicheal), Fred Hampton, Huey Newton and many countless others. Today, self-serving, self-hating, so-called black conservative organizations such as Project 21 deliberately attempt to undermine the modern day struggle of African Americans.
We must identify, expose, condemn, isolate and alienate such traitors. Please share your thoughts.