Today, the U.S. Senate overwhelmingly approved the nominations of Merrick Garland as U.S. Attorney General and Michael Regan as head of the Environmental Protection Agency. Alabama Power, Drummond Company, and Balch & Bingham, the Three Stooges who draped themselves around the Trump Administration and Balch Zombie Jeff Sessions, will now have to face the loud … Continue reading Tackling Environmental Racism and Pollution
Digital files of evidence from the North Birmingham Bribery Trial show that the federal government appears to have been given the manipulated Balch & Bingham invoice, not the original addressed to Blake Andrews. We have always known Balch & Bingham appears to have integrity issues when it comes to documents and billing records. In 2018, … Continue reading Bombshell 1 of 2: Liars! Manipulation of Balch Invoices; Will Feds Re-Open Criminal Case?
With glass blown exclusively inside the car, the projectile was obviously aimed at the driver’s side and missed Roberson’s head by inches. Sometimes we feel we are living in a John Grisham novel. As ex-Drummond Company executive David Roberson was driving along Highway 280 in Shelby County on Friday morning, someone apparently shot out his … Continue reading Bombshell 2 of 2: Attempted Assassination of “Fall Guy” David Roberson
[This post originally was published on October 22, 2018 before Alabama Power was linked to the staged arrest of Burt Newsome. Now with the uncontrolled panic of Alabama Power and its CEO Mark A. Crosswhite, federal investigators need to take a closer look at the trampling of Newsome’s Civil Rights and Civil Liberties, re-open the … Continue reading RICO, Actors, and Staged Events
Why would Drummond Company ask ex-Drummond executive David Roberson about alleged bribes that have nothing to do with his $75 million lawsuit against Drummond? In a filing last week, Roberson replied to a list of admissions (and denials) that Drummond Company provided. But the reply about an alleged bribe to Balch & Bingham stooge and … Continue reading Confusion, Bribes, and the Fall Guy: Is Drummond Company Intentionally Seeking a Criminal Probe?
Crosswhite’s inaction proves he is unfit to lead. He should resign or retire and Wall Street must demand so. Unbelievable. Disgusting. Embarrassing. During the 2019-2020 election cycle, the single largest contribution from Alabama Power Employees Federal PAC went to the Rule of Law Defense Fund, the entity that launched robocalls the day before the insurrection … Continue reading Blood Money! Alabama Power’s Largest PAC Contribution Helped Provoke “Domestic Terrorist Attack”
Crosswhite and Alabama Power went a step too far. Southern Company has a problem and his name is Mark A. Crosswhite, the CEO of wholly-owned subsidiary Alabama Power and the former partner of embattled and alleged racist law firm Balch & Bingham. In 2016, two-years after being named head of Alabama Power, Crosswhite rejoiced in … Continue reading Biden Administration and Congressional Investigations of Alabama Power
Today marks the twentieth anniversary of the founding of our public charity the Consejo de Latinos Unidos (CDLU). Co-founded by the late Hortensia Magaña and K.B. Forbes, our organization has worked tirelessly to provide a voice for the voiceless while taking on some of the most powerful but unscrupulous corporations and inept government agencies across … Continue reading Twenty Years Later, CDLU Continues Fight Regardless of Vicious Hate Crimes
The best part of the Tale of Two Marks is their footnote on page 10 saying Alabama Power “was a victim of those who ran AJE.” Cry us a polluted river! On December 18, we reported that the rebirth of the North Birmingham Bribery Case had caused uncontrolled panic at Alabama Power, at Drummond Company … Continue reading The Tale of Two Marks! Alabama Power Fumbles as Congress Eyes Corporate Investigations
In one week, the Biden Administration enters office and the first order of business will be to investigate Drummond Company and the alleged secret toxic landsite known as Ketona Lakes. Will Biden’s EPA and U.S. Department of Justice force Drummond to finally atone for their sins? For over 35 years, the site of two former … Continue reading Bombshell: Drummond’s Environmental Racism at Ketona Lakes Exposed
To our dear readers, this is our last post of the year and we wish you and yours a most blessed and Merry Christmas and all the best in 2021. We will return in January. The CDLU is busy not only fighting corruption and abuse of the judicial system, we continue helping the sick and … Continue reading Special Message of Hope
All that was missing was a brown paper bag. On Friday evening, 48 hours after the original filing, the Alabama Supreme Court denied Drummond Company’s emergency motion to stay discovery in ex-Drummond executive David Roberson’s $75 million civil lawsuit. Depositions, production of documents, and discovery shall proceed in the rebirth of the North Birmingham Bribery … Continue reading Eye of Federal Investigators? Crosswhite, Drummond Family, and Balch’s Biggest Stooge
We are not surprised by the uncontrolled panic exhibited by Drummond Company and Alabama Power in the past 48 hours caused by the rebirth of the North Birmingham Bribery Case. But still, the developments are stunning. On Wednesday evening, Drummomd Company filed an emergency motion to stay discovery in the rebirth case with the Alabama … Continue reading Rebirth Causes Uncontrolled Panic in Past 48 Hours; Scrutiny Escalating
The Admissions and Denials by Roberson indicate more stones need to be overturned. Last week, we, the CDLU, strongly suggested that Balch & Bingham, Drummond Company and Alabama Power look at the rebirth of the North Birmingham Bribery Case from a long-term, bird’s-eye, big picture perspective. According to well-read legal blog Legal Schnauzer, Drummond Company … Continue reading The Drummond Saga Gets Thicker at Every Turn; Possible Criminal Indictments?
A desperate move by Drummond? David Roberson originally filed his $75 million lawsuit in the spring of 2019. More than a year and a half later, Judge Tamara Johnson denied Drummond Company’s Motion to Dismiss and their follow-up interlocutory motion. The rebirth of the North Birmingham Bribery Case has shaken the most powerful players in … Continue reading Robersons Victims Again; Drummond Tries to Stall Rebirth for the Third Time