BRAWLEY MADDOX SHARPTON
The Tawana Brawley rape case was all a hoax. However, the lie did propel Rev. Al Sharpton’s career. He is now a television host with MSNBC.

Tawana Brawley, the woman who falsely accused six white men, including police officers, of having raped her, was served with a court order to settle a hefty defamation suit against her.
The New York Post reported:

Infamous hoaxster Tawana Brawley — whose outrageous rape lie 25 years ago inflamed racial tensions nationwide — yesterday was finally slapped with a court order to settle a hefty defamation case against her.

“For at least 25 years, she has been living a major lie,” said former Dutchess County prosecutor Steven Pagones, who was falsely accused of raping Brawley in 1987 and finally tracked her down, thanks to The Post.

“To me, this has always been about responsibility and accountability,’’ added the former ADA, who won the $190,000 defamation lawsuit against Brawley, 40, now a nurse in Virginia, more than a decade ago.

At 9 percent interest, that debt, which Brawley never attempted to pay off, now totals $431,492, according to the wage-garnishment papers filed in Virginia’s Surry County Court.

Brawley — whose unbelievable lies made the Rev. Al Sharpton a household name as he bombastically championed her cause — had changed her name and moved down South in the years since she was exposed.

 

 

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  1. Good, I hope they make her life a living hell, just like she did to them.

    How pathetic though that Al Sharpton was able to profit from this, much like he did the bogus Duke scandal.

    Don’t forget that he also caused the riot in Crooklyn that led to the firebombing and death of people there.

    Al Sharpton is a piece of human waste.

  2. Good for Steven Pagones. I hope he takes every last dime she has, the car she drives and the house she lives in. You don’t destroy somebody’s life like that and just walk away.

  3. Sharpton is strangely silent. Note the alliteration!

  4. “Brawley — whose unbelievable lies made the Rev. Al Sharpton a household name as he bombastically championed her cause ”

    Brawley deserves to have her income attached.

    And so does Al Sharpton who a NY court also held liable for damages to NY State police officer Steven Pagones.

    Why is Sharpton let off the hook? Why is his income not attached?

    Once again, the law falls on the little people and skips by the powerful.

  5. Maybe Ms. Brawley should seek assistance from Rev. Al to pay her bill. Rev Al was not available for comment.

  6. It’s very hard for decent people to believe that someone would deliberately falsely accuse innocent people of horrible crimes, but consider the case(s) of Al Sharpton. By the time the Duke scandal came around, he had long known that the Brawley accusations were completely false. But he jumped right in. Everyone now knows that the Duke case was a fraud, but what does he do when George Zimmerman is accused of murdering Trayvon Obama? Jumps right in, demanding an arrest, organizing a march and threatening to escalate, even though someone has died as a result of his protest organizing before.
    Apparently Sharpton suffers from profound stupidity, complicated by an absolute inability to learn from experience. Or else it’s something really bad.

  7. ++

    OT..

    January 31, 2013

    Union Leaders’ Epiphany Leaves Them Scrambling:
    Wait, Obamacare Is Going to Drive up Our Costs?

    [“I heard him say, ‘If you like your health plan, you can keep it,’”
    said John Wilhelm, chairman of Unite Here Health, the insurance plan
    for 260,000 union workers. “If I’m wrong, and the president does not
    intend to keep his word, I would have severe second thoughts about
    the law.”

    Why? Why? Why didn’t anyone tell these leaders
    about the costs associated with “Obamacare”?

    “It seems someone finally noticed that mandating benefits and imposing
    regulations has a tendency to … increase costs,” Doug Bandow writes
    for the American Spectator. “Increases which workers are stuck paying.
    Who would have imagined such a result? It’s not like anyone warned
    them, right?”]

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  8. Racist comment removed.

    Gateway Pundit Administrator

  9. H. Beale .. take it somewhere else. We have no use for mobys here ….

  10. Al will send a check to help out soon as he gets the IRS caught up

  11. ++

    attn: GP- Name* Email* & Website info are all jumbled up..

    your ‘Leave a Reply’ section automatically registered me as someone
    named Stephana today, as someone else the other day, and have also
    been informed that someone else automatically registered as bg, with
    my address, the other day as well..

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  12. # 6………Leftist’s media only reports crimes committed by white crackers, we where in need of some equal justice here…….

  13. It never ceases to amaze me how eager these trolls are to throw that race card out there. This was an OUTRAGEOUS crime, and well worthy of national news attention, but for some reason, the mere mention of it prompts accusations of racism. Do they really want stories like this to be buried just because the woman happens to be black? Doesn’t that make THEM the racists? I suppose so, and it’s quite pathetic really … they would rather see this sort of thing covered up than face the reality of what is happening in the world today …

  14. Sadly, this will never be more than second page news…

  15. ++

    The Tawana Brawley Hoax

    [The Aftermath

    The Brawley case resurfaced a decade later when Steven Pagones filed
    a defamation suit against Maddox, Mason and Sharpton; he had already
    won a default judgment against Tawana in 1991. By 1997, Tawana had
    moved to Washington and changed her name to Maryam Muhammad.
    She returned to New York to speak before a rally at Brooklyn's Bethany
    Baptist Church in support of her advisers, insisting that she had told the
    truth about the abduction. The court found otherwise. Her advisers were
    ordered to pay Pagones $345,000 while Tawana had to pay $185,000.
    "Tawana Brawley appears caught up in her own fiction," said New York
    State Supreme Court Justice S. Barrett Hickman. Unfortunately, the rest
    of the country had to be caught up in it, too.]

    scroll for a bit more..

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  16. just testing to see if i’m able to post with a fake email address, because as long as the posting glitch persists, the person posting after me is sometimes able to see my email address, and i’m not comfortable with that.

    rainmom

  17. wow, this time it says i’m “patrick in michigan,” who has not even posted on this
    article.
    it also conveniently gives his email and website.
    gp, you may want to disable commentary until this is fixed?

    rainmom



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