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"We had a young man come in and we had a black magistrate, black bailiff, black court reporter, black guard, and when the white defendant was brought into the courtroom, he starts screaming and struggling and said that this is not fair."
He presses for desegregated public pools and organizes "The Black Guard"--a well-armed unit meant to match force with force.
The past few years have yielded a new black guard that has seized the opportunities and garnered greater rewards, power and authority as a result.
Last spring, the Department of Corrections (DOC) objected to an investigative story entitled "White Guard, Black Guard" by Jennifer Vogel, which ran in the March 11 issue of the Seattle Weekly and the May issue of Prison Legal News.
One night Lee overhears the voice of Wilson, a black guard, who is having sex with Jane in the next cell.
"I think the old Black guard had the attitude `I got mine, so you get yours,'" says Hawkins, whose company, UrbanCityFoods, owns 43 Burger Kings, which are expected to ring up more than $200 million in sales next year.
Of the 32 racial complaints listed, 12 involved references to black people, jokes about black people, and references to the employee's status as the only black guard on the force.
Al-Haq was the security coordinator of the Black Guard, the unit which was charged with protecting Bin Laden, the report said.
The technician from Edinburgh - who calls himself a Magistrate of the Society of the Onyx Star Black Guard - is known as Demon Jock to shipmates.