North Country Gazette, June 30, 2006
Washington — ”Jesse Jackson Exposed,” detailing the intimidation and shakedown tactics of Jackson’s so-called civil rights organization, the Rainbow Push Coalition, is the subject of a special report released by Judicial Watch, the public interest group that investigates and prosecutes corruption.
The report’s introduction reads:
“Jackson had been exposed . . . as an extortionist who uses his influence as a civil rights leader to essentially blackmail wealthy corporations with absurd discrimination threats.
While some of those tactics have been published in the past, this special report offers detailed information — never before released — gathered during the discovery process of Judicial Watch’s lawsuit and the subsequent trial. It also includes incriminating admissions from Jackson made under oath at trial”.
“Not only did Judicial Watch force Jesse Jackson to answer for his behavior in a court of law, but we also learned new information about how corrupt officials like Jackson operate,” said JW President Tom Fitton. “This is an important public education benefit that comes with every single lawsuit Judicial Watch pursues.”
Click here to read a copy of Judicial Watch’s special report, “Jesse Jackson Exposed.”
Click here to read about Judicial Watch’s lawsuit against Jackson filed on behalf of Reverend Peterson. 6-30-06