BLM Activist Sentenced to Six Years Behind Bars

BLM Activist Convicted to Six Years Behind A Prison Cell

( – Black Lives Matter (BLM) activist and Memphis, Tennessee, resident Pamela Moses is going to jail for six years for illegally registering to vote in 2019.

The courts stripped the BLM Memphis chapter founder of her voting rights in 2015 when she pleaded guilty to evidence tampering, forgery, perjury, theft, stalking, and escape. Supposedly, she thought she was eligible to vote again once her probation ended, but she was wrong. Shelby County District Attorney Amy Weirich’s office stated she knew full well she was “permanently deemed ineligible” to vote in the state.

Shockingly, this multi-convicted criminal ran for mayor in 2019, but lost. According to the Daily Memphian, she tried to have her voting rights restored around that time, alleging the Tennessee Department of Corrections told her she reached the end of her probation but took it back.

Not only did Moses lose her right to vote ever again because of her felony tampering charge, but she couldn’t even register. Unfortunately for her, she broke the rules, tried to do so anyway, and now she’ll have to go back to prison. She’s currently in custody at the Shelby County Jail East but insists she is innocent, despite the alleged evidence to the contrary. Her lawyer plans to appeal.

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