Much much more good stuff: http://mpetrelis.blogspot.com/2010/11/s ... ayman.htmlSouthern 'Poverty' Law Center's
Cayman Island's Bank Account
Assets for the organization are listed at $190 million, a nice chunk of change in these economic hard times. When was the last time this group, with almost $190 million in assets, did a damn worthwhile thing about, um, poverty? he latest 990 additionally shows founder and chief trial counsel Morris Dees had his salary raised to $350,000, and his CEO, Richard Cohen, is close behind at $345,000.
For Dees, the P in SPLC has nothing to do with personal poverty. That P better stands for profit or profiteering for him, and foolish donors keep sending him checks, thinking they're helping poverty-stricken blacks or whites in Alabama move into better housing.
Since we're on the subject of abodes in the Yellowhammer State, let's have a gander at where Dees lives courtesy of the May 2010 Montgomery Advertiser 60-photo feature just on his mansion, the opulent furnishings and layout, not to mention a fabulous outfit shown off by his wife:
Looks like Poverty to me! Who knew being an activist that combat the poverty of minorities was so lucrative?
Could you imagine GeorgiaCarry.Org doing this?!?!?!?
These is the same group that is profiting off of telling DHS, FBI, ATF, and every alphabet soup agency that the racist conservative citizens are the dangerous ones and the ones who should be targeted by police. Remember, law enforcement agents need to be ready for violent murdering psychopaths with "conservative bumper stickers on their cars."
SPLC: Southern Preposterous Lie Center and Southern Profiteering Law Center