Benjamin Crump – Corrupt Hillary Supporter & Racial War Lawyer

Benjamin Crump endorses Hillary Clinton

Posted on February 5, 2016

A high-profile Tallahassee attorney has endorsed Hillary Clinton.

According to BuzzFeed News, Benjamin Crump, the lawyer who represented the families of Trayvon Martin and Michael Brown, is backing Clinton in the presidential race. Crump is expected to talk to South Carolina voters about Clinton’s record, according to Politico.

Crump, according to BuzzFeed News, introduced Clinton at the National Bar Association’s event to commemorate the 60th anniversary of the Montgomery Bus Boycott. He is also among civil rights leaders set to meet with Clinton in New York later this month.

In July 2015, he became the 73rd president of the National Bar Association.

Crump was the first African-American president of the Federal Bar Association for the Northern District of Florida, the first African-American chairman of the Florida State University of Law board of directors, and the first African-American chairman of the Tallahassee Utility Commission.


Crump’s ‘Black Lives Matter’ Legal Cases:

His national spotlight grew after the Trayvon Martian case which was the beginning of all the black vs white hate in America. The court case was based on public outcry which they claimed wasn’t true but George Zimmerman was acting in self defense. That didn’t stop them from creating protests and fake evidence in the court room to get Zimmerman convicted. But it’s interesting to note; Ben Crump’s major cases are the ones the MSM try to use as a racial war between whites and blacks. Let’s look at the ones he represented: All this started in 2002 (Interesting to note that many claim after 9/11 – The NWO took over America)

In 2002, Crump represented the family of Genie McMeans, Jr., an African-American driver who died after being shot by a white state Trooper. In 2007, Crump represented the family of Martin Lee Anderson, an African-American teenager who died after a beating in 2006 by guards in a Florida youth detention center.

In 2012, Crump began representing the family of Trayvon Martin, who was killed by George Zimmerman on February 26, 2012.

Also in 2012, Crump also represented Ronald Weekley Jr., a 20-year-old African-American skateboarder beaten by police in Venice, California.

Crump also represented the family of Alesia Thomas, a 35-year-old African-American woman who died while in police custody in August 2012. Journalist Chuck Philips reported that during the arrest by female Officer Mary O’Callaghan, Thomas was “slammed to the ground, handcuffed behind her back, kicked in the groin, hog-tied and stuffed into the back seat of a patrol car, where she died.” Crump demanded that dashboard video of the incident be released, threatening legal action and encouraging Attorney General Eric Holder to launch a federal probe. In October 2013, one of the arresting officers was charged with felony assault of Thomas, pleading not guilty. Judge Shelly Torrealba signed off on a request by the district attorney’s office to only release the video to prosecutors and defense attorneys. This was to prevent the tainting of potential jury candidates O’Callaghan’s attorney Robert Rico said.

On August 11, 2014, the family of Michael Brown announced that they would be hiring Crump to represent their case, especially as the death had been widely compared to the Trayvon Martin case.

Also in 2014, Crump represented the family of Tamir Rice, an African-American youth who was killed by police in Cleveland, Ohio while holding a toy gun

In 2015, Crump represented the family of Antonio Zambrano-Montes, an undocumented immigrant from Mexico who was killed by three policemen in Pasco, Washington.

Also in 2015, he represented the family of Kendrick Johnson, an African-American high school student who was found dead at his school in Valdosta, Georgia under mysterious circumstances, but stepped down from their legal team in late 2015.

In late 2015, Crump began representing the family of Corey Jones, who was killed by a plainclothes officer while waiting for a tow truck in South Florida.

In 2016, Crump began representing the family of Terrence Crutcher, an unarmed black man shot and killed by a Tulsa Police officer.

In 2017 Crump announced the opening of a new law firm, Ben Crump Law, PLLC.

In 2018, Crump represented the family of Zeke Upshaw in a wrongful death suit after Upshaw, an NBA G League player, collapsed midgame and was delayed assistance by the NBA’s paramedics. Also in 2018 he became a Board Member for the National Black Justice Coalition.

In early 2020, Crump began working with the family of Ahmaud Arbery, an unarmed 25-year-old African-American man killed by two white civilians.

Around this same time, the family of police shooting-victim Breonna Taylor, a 26-year-old African-American woman, retained Crump for the family’s lawsuit alleging excessive force and gross negligence by the Louisville Metro Police Department.

In May 2020, Crump began representing the family of George Floyd, a 46-year-old unarmed African-American killed by a Minneapolis Police Department officer after the officer detained Floyd in a chokehold by kneeling on Floyd’s neck. Derek Chauvin, the officer who killed Floyd, was initially charged with 3rd degree murder and 2nd degree manslaughter; however an additional 2nd degree murder charge was added ten days later, and the three officers also present at the scene were subsequently charged with “aiding and abetting second-degree murder and aiding and abetting second-degree manslaughter.”

There you have it; most of his court cases were national headlines that sparked protests and unrest among the community. He only takes cases where minorities were either arrested/killed from whites. He doesn’t take cases reversed in natural. That shows he has an agenda to create hatred among black communities for whites. He represented all the major cases which the Mainstream Media gave attention to; and in return protests and Black lives matter was born. He doesn’t care about justice; he wants a racial war to divide the nation; most likely help from his friend Hillary Clinton..

Civil Rights Attorney Benjamin Crump Launches Brooklyn Media

A Fake news; Agenda Pushing TV Production Company:

Benjamin Crump, who has repped high-profile civil rights cases including ones involving the families of Trayvon Martin, Michael Brown, Tamir Rice and Nakia Jones, has launched Brooklyn Media. The production company will create scripted narrative content for film, TV and digital media with a focus on stories of injustice, inequality and civil rights.

Several projects are already in the works at Brooklyn, which is in the process of hiring a development exec. Two, The Nakia Jones Story and an untitled Howard Morgan story, are in development, while a third, known as the untitled Stand Your Ground Series, is in negotiations at streaming service.

Crump’s credits as a producer include A&E’s documentary miniseries Who Killed Tupac? and as executive producer/host of TV One’s Evidence of Innocence. He has also appeared as an actor in the Chadwick Boseman-starring Marshall and the CW’s Black Lightning.

George Zimmerman sues Trayvon Martin’s family for $100 million in damages

The former Florida neighborhood watchman who was acquitted of killing 17-year-old Trayvon Martin seven years ago is suing for $100 million the dead teenager’s family and others who were involved in the racially charged case that divided the nation.

George Zimmerman claims in a lawsuit filed by his lawyer, conservative nonprofit Judicial Watch founder Larry Klayman, that the case against him rested on false evidence and is alleging abuse of civil process and conspiracy.

Specifically, the suit contends that the prosecution’s key witness against Zimmerman at his 2013 murder trial, Rachel Jeantel, was an “imposter and fake witness.”

Benjamin Crump, who is also named in the suit, is the lawyer for Martin’s parents, Sybrina Fulton and Tracy Martin. He released a statement that dismissed the lawsuit as “another failed attempt to defend the indefensible and a shameless attempt to profit off the lives and grief of others.”

Klayman also contends his client was defamed by Crump, who wrote about the case in a new book “Open Season: Legalized Genocide of Colored People.” His publisher, HarperCollins, is also a defendant in the suit. HarperCollins did not immediately return a request for comment Wednesday.

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Crump is involved with fake news and agendas; as you read above about how in the George Zimmerman case. Crump used a imposter witness who had nothing to do with the case; it was really her sister and Sybrina Fulton who wrote the letter but that was hidden from the courtroom. There is a good documentary on this: Watch it below:

This documentary is long but good; shows exactly how this stuff happens and gets blown out of proportion. And guess what, the police or courts don’t care about a real investigation in the facts. It’s because the corrupt democrats have their hands in the pot. And once again Hillary Clinton had her hand in this one.

Benjamin Crump: TV’s Rising Fake News Star

He’s the new Al Sharpton on steroids — and he’s coming to a TV near you.  

Benjamin Crump, camera-lovin’ lawyer for the families of Trayvon Martin and Michael Brown, rocketed to fame perpetuating the “Hands up, don’t shoot” lie.  

Never mind that even the left-wing Obama Justice Department concluded that the 22 witnesses who manufactured the Black Lives Matter-promoted narrative were unreliable, inconsistent, self-contradictory, unsupported by a shred of forensic evidence, or outright lying.   

In Crump World, anti-police ideology trumps facts. Social justice trumps actual justice. And lying about crime pays. Big time. Crump is going Hollywood.   

Next week, the Florida-based legal celebrity will debut as one of six featured attorneys participating in show trials on the new Fox reality series, “You the Jury.” Crump is also serving as host and executive producer of a six-hour miniseries on the A&E Network titled “Who Killed Tupac?” And busy Benjamin is hosting “Evidence of Innocence,” a documentary series that will profile “the unbelievable true stories of individuals who were convicted of crimes they didn’t commit.”   

The series will air on TV One. Originally co-owned by Comcast and now controlled by Radio One (a minority-owned company that syndicates racial rabble-rouser, cop-basher and hate crime hoax godfather Al Sharpton), the station claims to reach 57 million households.   

This is the same social justice TV network whose liberal anchor Roland Martin fed Democratic debate questions last year to disgraced former CNN contributor Donna Brazile, who finally admitted last week that she leaked the information to Hillary Clinton’s campaign. CNN president Jeff Zucker declared after an internal investigation that the network “would not partner ever again” with TV One.   

But not to worry. TV One was happy to partner with Sharpton’s National Action Network to co-sponsor an awards show last fall that bestowed a special civil rights honor on Crump “for historic and transformative service.”   

“Transformative service”? Try manipulating reality for political gain. While the network has cast Crump as a champion of the falsely convicted, both are responsible for spreading falsehoods and inciting hatred against a former Oklahoma City police officer whose case is one of the worst miscarriages of justice I’ve ever encountered.  

Last fall, TV One’s true-crime hit, “Justice By Any Means,” reenacted the story of former Oklahoma City police officer Daniel Holtzclaw with blowhard commentary from pundits who had no clue about the actual evidence in the case. “Legal analyst” Tanya Miller, for example, put words in Holtzclaw’s mouth that appear nowhere in the court record, trial transcripts, police reports or interviews.  

As I’ve been reporting over the past year, Holtzclaw was arrested, charged and convicted on numerous alleged sexual assaults in summer 2014, during the racially inflamed, anti-cop riots in Ferguson and Baltimore. A circus mob of militant Black Lives Matter protesters gathered at the courthouse, chanting, “Give him life!” during proceedings and drowning out testimony as they demonstrated inside and outside on the streets. Agitators took photos of jurors in defiance of the steamrolled judge’s orders. Riot threats hung over jury deliberations.   

Crump now represents nine accusers (all black women from the gritty northeast OKC neighborhood Holtzclaw patrolled) who are plaintiffs in high-dollar state and federal civil rights lawsuits. Those clients include a convicted felon who preposterously described Holtzclaw as a “short, black man” when he’s 6’1,” half-Japanese, and pale and a convicted felon who denied seven times she had been the victim of any inappropriate police conduct — until a sex-crimes detective informed her about the Holtzclaw investigation and she changed her story to claim that he had forced her to expose her breasts.   

Crump also represents the troubled young prostitute and drug user with a violent criminal record who called Holtzclaw a “hot cop” before accusing him of rape — months after Jannie Ligons’ charges were publicized and Holtzclaw’s name and face widely disseminated. The teen’s mom had filed a missing persons report and assault and battery complaint against her daughter on the day Holtzclaw encountered her and searched her purse. The Oklahoma City police department’s crime lab identified a minute amount of what it characterized as “epithelial cell” DNA from this accuser on Holtzclaw’s uniform pants — the lone piece of indirect forensic evidence found out of 17 alleged crime scenes, which became the prosecution’s inaccurately portrayed “smoking gun” in the case.   

Crump falsely claimed on TV One that the crime lab found “DNA evidence inside” her “panties” and “vaginal DNA material on the inside of (Holtzclaw’s) trousers” that “matched the DNA of the 17-year-old.” But the crime lab expert admitted on the stand that she had not tested any items for vaginal fluid, observed no suspicious stains, and acknowledged the possibility of innocent DNA touch transfer. More facts: The girl’s underwear was never obtained as evidence and skin cell DNA from several unknown individuals — including at least one unknown male — was found on Daniel Holtzclaw’s pants.  

I’ve reached out to Crump to explain his egregious falsehoods and omissions. But the fake news rising star may be far too busy to bother with facts that undermine the lucrative social justice racket. Damn the truth. It’s showtime!