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Jennifer Hudson and Relatives Identify Body of Her Slain Nephew By Alan King AFRO Staff Writer

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Jennifer Hudson and her mom, Darnell Donerson who was killed, as well as her brother, Jason. the body of her 7-year-old nephew Monday, just hours after his body was found in a

plate X584859 was found on Chicago’s West Side after police received a 7 a.m. call

from a neighbor about a suspicious vehicle. The man noticed the vehicle while walking his dog. According to the Chicago Tribune, the boy had been shot multiple times in the back seat of the vehicle. The SUV, registered to Hudson’s murdered brother, was towed with the boy’s body inside and is being processed by evidence technicians and workers. The body was later removed and taken to the Cook County Medical Examiner’s office. Hudson and other family members arrived at the Medical Examiner’s office mid-afternoon to identify the body. Given the choice between looking directly at the body or viewing it on a wall-mounted

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Leader Calls Voter Registration Fraud Charges ‘Bogus’ No wonder Obama’s campaign is and Dallas Cowboys players trying to distance him from the Tony Romo and Terrell Owens, group, saying, “Barack Obama among the names submitted to Never Organized with ACORN.” election officials. Presidential candidate John Hurd said those workers, who But Obama’s ties to ACORN run McCain’s attack on ACORN – were doing those things without long and deep. He taught classes Associated Community ACORN’s knowledge or permis- for ACORN. They even endorsed Organization for Reform Now – sion, were fired. him for President. confirms the success of the “The evidence that has surBut now ACORN is in trouble. organization, the head of the faced so far shows they faked Reporter: There are at least group says. 11 investigations across the “This is testimony to the work forms to get paid for work they didn’t do, not to stuff ballot country involving thousands of we’ve done and success we’ve boxes.” ACORN, she said, is the potentially fraudulent ACORN had,” Maude Hurd, president of victim of fraud, not the perpetra- forms. ACORN, said in an interview tor of it. Announcer: Massive voter with the AFRO. Hurd said the only things fraud. And the Obama campaign “When this attack started, we bogus are the charges thempaid more than $800,000 to an had just announced that we had selves. And factcheck. org ACORN front for get out the vote registered 1.3 million new votefforts. ers,” she said. “That’s just to say agrees. It concluded, “Neither Pressuring banks to issue risky that someone’s running scared ACORN nor its employees have loans. Nationwide voter fraud. because of ACORN’s success.” been found guilty of, or even Barack Obama. Bad judgment. McCain, who is running for Blind ambition. Too risky for president on the Republican tick- charged with, casting fraudulent votes.” America. et, lashed out at ACORN in the The problem came about prifinal debate against Barack Since McCain’s comments, Obama, contending the group “is marily because of the way ACORN’s 87 offices have been on the verge of maybe perpetrat- ACORN operates. Rather than rely on volunteers, it pays peobombarded with threats and ing one of the greatest frauds in ple, many of them poor or unem- racist mail. voter history in this country, ployed, to sign up new voters. The day after the presidential maybe destroying the fabric of The idea was to help both those debate, vandals broke into the democracy.” organization’s Boston and Seattle Factcheck.org, a non-partisan being registered and those doing the registration. offices and stole computers. Web site, found those claims to Photohave by J.D. Maud explained, “We a Howard After a Cleveland representative be “exaggerated,” with “no evizero tolerance policy for deliber- appeared on TV, an e-mail was dence of any such democracyate falsification of registration.” sent to the local office saying she destroying fraud.” Most news account neglect to “is going to have her life ended.” Hurd believes the McCain A worker in Providence, R.I., charges were politically motivat- point out that ACORN is required by law to turn in all reg- received a threatening call sayed. istration forms. And they also fail ing, “We know you get off work She said, “Because it’s lowto note that it was the organizaat 9” and uttered racial epithets. and moderate-income people, A caller to one office left a and people of color, I believe the tion, in many instances, that first brought the phony registrations message on the answering McCain campaign thinks those to the attention of authorities. machine, saying: “Hi, I was just voters are going to vote The McCain camp apparently calling to let you know that Democratic, which is not necesisn’t interested in those fine Barack Obama needs to get sarily true.” points, preferring to air misleadhung. He’s a (expletive deleted) ACORN is no stranger to ing ads that seek to link Obama nigger, and he’s a piece of controversy. For 38 years, the non-partisan to ACORN, thereby undercutting (expletive deleted). You guys are fraudulent, and you need to go to organization has fought for social his political support. McCain: I’m John McCain hell. All the niggers on oak trees. and economic justice for lowand I approve this message. They’re gonna get all hung honand moderate-income Announcer: Who is Barack eys, they’re going to get assassiAmericans. With 400,000 member families organized into more Obama? A man with “a political nated, they’re gonna get killed.” baptism performed at warp Another message said, “You than 1,200 neighborhood chapspeed.” Vast ambition. After col- liberal idiots. Dumb (expletive ters in 110 cities nationwide, deleted). Welfare bums. You ACORN has over the years seen lege, he moved to Chicago. guys just (expletive deleted) its share of criticism while advo- Became a community organizer. There, Obama met Madeleine come to our country, consume cating for affordable housing, Talbot, part of the Chicago every natural resource there is, living wages, healthcare for the branch of ACORN. He was so and make a lot of babies. That’s underserved— and while organimpressive that he was asked to all you guys do. And then suck izing voter registration drives. train the ACORN staff. up the welfare and expect everyBut none has been as withering What did ACORN in Chicago one else to pay for your hospital and baseless as this one. engage in? Bullying banks. bills for your kids. I jus’ say let With the presidential election Intimidation tactics. Disruption your kids die. That’s the best less than two weeks away, of business. ACORN forced move. Just let your children die. ACORN’s detractors allege the Forget about paying for hospital organization has engaged in mas- banks to issue risky home loans. bills for them. I’m not gonna do sive voter registration fraud after The same types of loans that caused the financial crisis we’re it. You guys are lowlifes. And I the reported discovery of bogus in today. hope you all die.” names, such as Mickey Mouse Hurd thinks the hate calls will cease soon. “In two weeks, I think these attacks will be over. But I think it will be harder for us to get our name back on good graces Identification Statements because they really trashed us in Baltimore Afro-American — (USPS 040-800) is published weekly by The Afro-American the last few weeks.” Newspapers, 2519 N. Charles Street, Baltimore, MD 21218-4602. Subscription Rate: Baltimore - 1 Year - $30.00 (Price includes tax.) Checks for subscriptions should be made But ACORN will not be payable to: The Afro-American Newspaper Company, 2519 N. Charles Street, Baltimore, MD deterred. 21218-4602. Periodicals postage paid at Baltimore, MD. “We’ve been fighting for a POSTMASTER: Send addresses changes to: The Afro-American Newspaper Company, 2519 long time, for over 30 years, for N. 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Julian King, Jennnifer Hudson’s nephew. A spokesman for the office told the newspaper that Hudson

the murders but is being held in jail for parole violation after

“She held hands with her family. It was obviously a very emotional moment.”

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posted fliers bearing his photograph around the city. On Sunday, Jennifer Hudson asked for the public’s help in finding her nephew. In her MySpace blog, she thanked fans and supporters for their prayers and offered a $100,000 reward to anyone who returned the boy alive. Since the investigation, Hudson – who gained stardom after appearing on “American Idol,” and then won an Academy Award for her role in the movie Dreamgirls – has stayed out of the public eye. The Chicago Tribune reported that a parade of cars moved slowly past her family’s home Monday morning, past the news vans, reporters and curious onlookers. Neighbors stood quietly and reflected on the violence. In front of the Hudson’s home, men in heavy jackets and hooded sweatshirts came to kiss the twin white crosses baring the names of Donerson and Jason. “Everybody is sick of going through stuff like this,” Artisha West, a former resident of the area told the Tribune. “We all have to stick together. All these young children are dying, and for what?”

“remained strong for her family” and was clearly its leader. “She held hands with her family,” the spokesman said. “It was obviously a very emotional moment.” The boy – the son of Julia Hudson, Jennifer’s sister – had been missing since Friday, when a relative found Julian’s grandmother, Darnell Donerson, 57, and his uncle, Jason Hudson, 29, shot to death in his grandmother’s home in the 7000 block of South Yale Avenue. An Amber Alert – a designation for high-risk missing children – was issued Friday after Julian was discovered missing after the murders. Police arrested William Balfour, the missing boy’s stepfather and estranged husband of Julia, at his girlfriend’s Southside apartment several hours after the murders. Balfour’s mother, Michele, has told reporters that her son had nothing to do with the slayings. Balfour remains a suspect in

being convicted of attempted murder and vehicular hijacking. Cook County records show that he pleaded guilty to both charges in 1999. He was also convicted in 1998 for possession of a stolen motor vehicle. He was released from prison in 2006 after serving seven years for the attempted murder and car hijacking charges. The boy remained missing through a long weekend in which police and volunteers

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On May 12, over 1,500 Baltimore area Boy Scouts attended the Orioles game against the Tampa Bay Rays. The Orioles honored the top sellers in the Boy Scout’s popcorn selling fundraiser from last summer with several incentives, including a personal tour of the ballpark, a chance to be on the field to watch batting practice, a presentation of the lineup card, an Orioles Heavy Hitter award, and the ceremonial first pitch. All participants received a special Oriole Park at Camden Yards Scout badge. The Baltimore Orioles provided each participating Scout who achieves 30 popcorn sales with a ticket to the game and other top seller on-field recognition opportunities. Michael Tritsch, a 13-yearold Boy Scout from Troop 944 in Ellicott City, Howard County, was the Central Maryland top fundraising Scout with $10,300 in sales. Tritsch threw the first pitch. The Baltimore Orioles and the BAC, BSA have a unique partnership to promote the Orioles and Scouting in Central Maryland on behalf of boys, young adults and their families. Scouts who sell popcorn, the official product sale fundraiser of the BSA, are offered incentives for a Baltimore Orioles game. In addition, a portion of each ticket to the game sold by BAC, BSA will be returned to Scouting as a donation.

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Should Heat Dismantle Big Three? By Perry Green and Stephen D. Riley AFRO Sports Desk

Three isn’t the problem in Miami, it’s the supporting cast. The bench needs strengthening and head coach Erik Spoelstra may need to be replaced, but the star-studded trio of Bosh, Wade and James needs to stay intact.

salary trade-off. The money to improve Miami’s depth is tied up in their Big Three. The Heat still need a center, a point guard and a

With the Miami Heat reeling in their series against the suddenly pieces. It’s year two of what was the biggest free agency coup in Star Dwyane Wade isn’t playing up to par, and LeBron James is struggling to both piece the team together and put them on his back. Should the Heat and their Big Three falter again in their second trip together to the postseason, heads may roll in South Beach. But considering Bosh is injured, should the Heat be dismantled if they fail to secure a championship again this season? AFRO sports writers Riley: The Heat made it to the Finals last year before bowing out and will probably falter early this year with Bosh sidelined, but the team needs to stick together. Their inaugural campaign in my opinion was a success as they fell only two games shy of the 2011 trophy, and this year it’s hard to blast them with Bosh injured. The Big

I could understand why you want to give Miami a mulligan for missing Bosh, but Wade and James should be powerful enough to anchor a team in at least one series. It’s amazing how if you remove Bosh, the lesser of the three stars, this team turns into an average

members for a pair of supporting role players diminishes this team completely and a new strategy would have to be born. Stay the course, add as you go, and build continuity. Then the Heat will be a real powerhouse.

he pieced the squad together. James isn’t going anywhere if the team together to beat them. Look at last year’s Dallas/Miami series. Even when healthy, that has shown you it can get to the Finals. The only thing that needs tweaking is the supporting cast. there’s no way to pay that improved cast without making a huge

Former Morgan State Basketball Player Gene Johnson Dies in Sleep By AFRO Staff

sleep May 16 at his home in Hagerstown, Md., according to school

Bozeman. “He played four years and started in a couple of games for us. Upon graduation, he started pursuing his master’s degree. Our sincere condolences go out to his family and to all of those who knew him. He will be missed by many friends, teammates and others throughout campus.� one of his personal favorites among student athletes and that he will

failed. Johnson graduated from Morgan in 2011with a bachelor’s degree in sociology. The 6-foot-7, 220-pound forward joined the team as a walk-on in 2007-08, and eventually helped the Bears win three Mid“This is a very sad day and a devastating loss of a great young man that we were very proud of,� said MSU head coach Todd

screen.’� “His sudden loss has sent a ripple of sadness throughout the that gave meaning to the saying ‘teamwork makes the dream work’ championship basketball teams he played on. More importantly, he was a classy young man who had a dream to be successful, and I had

Former Morgan State Coach/Administrator Jesse Thomas Dies at 84 By AFRO Staff

of Flint, Michigan was a four-sport star in high school, playing

Former Morgan State football coach and administrator Jesse Thomas, who served more than 40 years at MSU, died on May 16. He was 84-years-old. Thomas’ coaching career dates back to the “glory days� of Morgan State’s football team. He served as the defensive coordinator under the legendary head coach Earl Banks, the winningest coach in the football program’s history. He was later named head coach of the MSU football team, holding the title from 1985-’87.Thomas also served as an assistant athletic director for Morgan, while coaching track &

High. His skills as an athlete garnered the attention of Michigan State University, where he would go on to play multiple sports for. Thomas

coordinator for 28 years. Before coaching, Thomas was an outstanding athlete. The native

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Jesse Thomas dies at age 84 after serving Morgan State for more than 40 years. the kickers or do anything that you was asked of him,� said Morgan State’s current football head coach Don Hill-Eley. Thomas served under Hill-Eley as an assistant coach during the 2010 season. great to be around with. A lot of assistant coaches only knew the assistant roles, but he was a head coach and great athlete so he had a ton of insight that helped us a lot.�

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Goon Squad Member Rev. Marion C. Bascom Passes Away at 87 By AFRO Staff

From left, Marion Bascom Jr., Rev. Marion Bascom Sr., Peter Bascom and Singleton Bascom [1995]. AFRO File Photos

He emphasizes a point in front of the Morgan State University Christian Center during a temporary tenure as director [1995] .

In 1995, Rev. Bascom became the first African-American appointed Fire Commissioner.

Marion Bascom led the demonstration that drew Freedom Riders from around the country protesting the discrimination policy of Gwynn Oak Park.

Ann Knick of New York gets the details of the mass demonstration at Gwynn Oak Park, July 4, 1963, while waiting for a hearing at Woodlawn Police Station.

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The Steward Board of Douglas Memorial Community Church honored the pastor, the Rev. Marion Bascom at a birthday reception. Shown from left are David Fairfax, president of the steward board, the Rev. Mr. and Mrs. Bascom and Bernard Holley, chairman of the trustee board [1950].

In his office at Douglas Memorial Community Church [1983].

Rev. Bascom presents a gift of $1,900 for the Druid Hill YMCA 1987 Annual Giving Campaign to Richard Wills, YMCA Branch board member and Kacy Conigy, YMCA executive director, to provide camperships and financial assistance for community children and their families.


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Ivanhoe Bradshaw Higgins Jr. M.D. September 27, 1944 – May 3, 2012 Ivanhoe B. Higgins, 67, an orthopedic surgeon who was widely loved and respected, died May 3, at his home in Portland, Oregon. He faced cancer with characteristic grace, courage and resilience, and lived until his body could not contain his brilliant spirit a minute longer. Born into a prominent Baltimore family he was the son of surgeon Dr. Ivanhoe Bradshaw Higgins and the former Hilda Moseley. Ivan graduated from Phillips Academy in Andover, MA class of 1962, where he starred in lacrosse and wrestling and was a distinguished student leader. He earned a B.A. from Rutgers University, class of 1966, an M.D. from the University of Maryland [1971], and completed his residence in orthopedic surgery at U.S., San Francisco [1976].

playfulness. He loved nature and traveled widely with his wife and constant companion. Their friends thought of them as the perfect couple, so compatible that they were rarely apart. Their

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Buyatoyota.com *ALL APR OFFERS: 0% APR FINANCING TERMS VARY BY MODEL. NOT ALL BUYERS WILL QUALIFY. SEE DEALER FOR DETAILS. **PURCHASERS CAN RECEIVE $2,500 CASH BACK FROM TOYOTA OR CAN APPLY CASH BACK TO DOWN PAYMENT. SEE DEALER FOR DETAILS. †ALL LEASE OFFERS: CUSTOMER IS RESPONSIBLE FOR EXCESSIVE WEAR AND EXCESS MILEAGE CHARGES OF $.15 PER MILE IN EXCESS OF 36,000 MILES. YOUR PAYMENT MAY VARY BASED ON FINAL NEGOTIATED PRICE. NOT ALL CUSTOMERS WILL QUALIFY. COROLLA DUE AT SIGNING INCLUDES $2,450 DOWN, FIRST $149 PAYMENT, AND NO SECURITY DEPOSIT. 2012 COROLLA LE 4 CYLINDER AUTOMATIC MODEL 1838, MSRP $18,670. HIGHLANDER DUE AT SIGNING INCLUDES $2,720 DOWN, FIRST $279 PAYMENT, AND NO SECURITY DEPOSIT. HIGHLANDER MODEL 6948, MSRP $31,935. RAV4 DUE AT SIGNING INCLUDES $2,600 DOWN, FIRST $199 PAYMENT, AND NO SECURITY DEPOSIT. 2012 RAV4 FWD 4 CYLINDER AUTOMATIC MODEL 4432, MSRP $25,010. ††$500 TOYOTA BONUS CASH AVAILABLE FROM TOYOTA ON NEW 2012 RAV4S, HIGHLANDERS, AND COROLLAS (EXCLUDING MATRIX) IN ADDITION TO OTHER FACTORY INCENTIVES. PURCHASERS OR LEASEES CAN RECEIVE AN ADDITIONAL CREDIT FROM TOYOTA TOWARD THEIR DOWN PAYMENT WHEN LEASING OR PURCHASING FROM DEALER STOCK. OFFER IS VALID ONLY AT PARTICIPATING DEALERS IN THE CENTRAL ATLANTIC TOYOTA REGION (MARYLAND, WASHINGTON DC, PENNSYLVANIA, WEST VIRGINIA, VIRGINIA AND DELAWARE). SEE PARTICIPATING DEALER FOR DETAILS. †††INCENTIVE FROM TOYOTA IN ADDITION TO SPECIAL LEASE OFFER WHEN VEHICLE IS LEASED THROUGH TOYOTA FINANCIAL SERVICES. ON LEASES, INCENTIVE WILL BE APPLIED FIRST TOWARD THE AMOUNT DUE AT LEASE SIGNING OR DELIVERY, WITH ANY REMAINDER APPLIED TO THE CAPITALIZED COST REDUCTION. ONE INCENTIVE PER LEASE TRANSACTION. INCENTIVE IS AVAILABLE ON APPROVED CREDIT TO QUALIFIED CUSTOMERS THROUGH TOYOTA FINANCIAL SERVICES. SEE DEALER FOR DETAILS. ***COVERS NORMAL FACTORY SCHEDULED SERVICE FOR 2 YEARS OR 25K MILES, WHICHEVER COMES FIRST. THE NEW VEHICLE CANNOT BE PART OF A RENTAL OR COMMERCIAL FLEET. SEE PARTICIPATING DEALER FOR COMPLETE PLAN DETAILS. VALID ONLY IN THE CONTINENTAL UNITED STATES AND ALASKA. OFFERS END 6/04/12.


Baltimore City Afro-American Newspaper, May 23, 2012