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This website is dedicated to the life and work of the late Bayard Rustin.

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"We need in every community a group of angelic troublemakers." --Bayard Rustin--

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Allen Jones has lived in San Francisco since 1960.

In the course of his activism on other matters concerning San Francisco, Jones noticed, and was surprised, as a 49er fan to hear that in December 2011, the NFL had loaned the San Francisco 49ers $200 million to build a new stadium 35 miles south of San Francisco.

Aware of the NFL’s "Commitment to the Community Letter" dated June 15, 2011 made it even harder to believe. NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell promised to support communities that support the NFL. But six months later, in December 2011, the NFL owners voted to loan the 49ers $200 million to leave the Black community of San Francisco that had supported the team for the last 40 years of the team's 67 years being in the city.

Jones firmly believes any sports team has the right to take its business anywhere it can make the most profit. However, there is a right way to leave and a wrong way to leave. Jones believes something was seriouly wrong with how the team moved away from San francisco's struggling Black community.

Looking into the matter further, Jones discovered more blatant hypocrisy by elected city officials of San Francisco concerning the 49er departure. That has caused Jones to revolt as a fan of not only the 49ers but also as a fan of "Everyone's favorite city."

In respect for the struggling Bayview Hunters Point where Candlestick Park was located and respect for the name San Francisco, Jones felt the duty to fight back.

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This site was created for the purpose of chronicling racism as viewed by its creator, of, the SF 49ers owner Denise York's now successful relocating of the team out of San Francisco. SF 49er Fan Revolt will continue to track racism on this same site as perpetrated by San Francisco City Hall, until major changes occur in policy decisions that affect the SF Black community.

 

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Tuesday
Feb022016

Good News, Bad News for those who see SF Mayor Ed Lee's Dirt

First, the bad news: San Francisco District Attorney George Gascon, does not have a scintilla of evidence against Ed Lee, as he, (Gascon) is set to prosecute what I believe were three sycophants.

Nazly Mohajer, Zula Jones and Keith Jackson were arrested on bribery and money laundering charges that evidence suggests went towards helping pay off Mayor Ed Lee’s 2011 campaign debt.

DA Gascon would not have sent out a letter to the mayor, which was published this past week demanding additional funds for other DA investigations if he had evidence linking Ed Lee to the sycophant 3. It would be too obvious of an unethical act for the District Attorney to then come up with an indictment in the coming weeks against the mayor.

The Good news: Ed Lee, is in no way off the hook.  

  1. Larry Brinkin. June 25, 2012 SF Weekly’s The Snitch reported his child porn arrest. Brinkin worked under Ed Lee when Lee was director of the Human Rights Commission.
  2. Theresa Spark. July 5, 2012 SF Bay Area Reporter reported that the city and Sparks was being sued in a case involving racial and sexual orientation misconduct by Sparks. The suit was settled in 2013 for $210,000.00. Ed Lee reappointed her to her position where she remains.
  3. Zula Jones, a retired staffer with the Human Rights Commission worked with Lee during his time at the commission and is named in the latest criminal complaint.
  4. Nazly Mohajer, a former Human Rights Commission member reappointed by Ed Lee in 2012 and abruptly quit her position on the commission weeks after State Senator Leland Yee and Keith Jackson were arrested. The federal indictments of Yee and Jackson contained the name of Mohajer and others.

If the embarrassment of how Lee is connected with four of these criminal and civil defendants from the SF Human Rights Commission in the last four years, is not enough to cause him to consider retirement, the stench of coincidence asks: How can these four individuals stink up the Human Rights Commission, let alone The City and result in Mayor Ed Lee come out smelling like a rose?

In fact and to the best of my knowledge, the only other city agencies with smellier criminal acts amongst its ranks are, the San Francisco Police Department and the San Francisco Sheriff’s Department.

Furthermore, Ed Lee is in violation of city Ethics rules, whether he knew what was going on or not and must pay one way or the other.

Just ask Supervisor Mark Farrell. This supervisor claimed he was not aware of what was going on in his campaign and the Ethics Commission could not prove that he was aware that was in violation. But that did not get him off the hook of the $191,000.00 that the Ethics Commission continues to rightfully pursue from Farrell’s 2010 campaign.

The Ethics Commission has no problem with showing a jury that the city charter does not accept the excuse of ignorance as a reason to keep tainted or illegal campaign funds.

What I find strange in the Mayor Ed Lee Ethics matter that I filed against the mayor is, the fact that the SF Ethics Commission “cleared” the mayor of any campaign violations without addressing my timely filed Ethics Complaint No. 01-150121.

The case is still open or “Suspended,” until the latest Gascon indictments are completed, according to my last correspondence with the Ethics Commission.

More bad news: As a longtime resident of the city (1960) and a Black man, I claim that Mayor Ed Lee and the SF Human Rights Commission treats the SF Black community like dirt.

More good news: If you believe as I do, we can all become the city’s official janitor and remind the mayor that the proper use of the official City Hall broom is to sweep the dirt out of office, not sweep this dirty abuse of power under the rug. 

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