What Happened To The Jena 6 Stacks????

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The controversy over the accounting of millions of Jena 6 stacks is not going away. Some folks are forcing organizations and parents to account for all the money. A lawyer of one Jena 6 mother, Tina Jones, mother of defendant Purvis, still has $250K and her lawyer told her not to talk to anyone about the money:

“I think there are a lot of organizations out there collecting money on behalf of the Jena 6 that we didn’t give authorization for,” Jones said. “So when we’re called and asked, ‘Did you receive this money?’ and we know nothing about it, then it becomes a problem. The finger is being pointed at us. We’re not criticizing anybody. We’re just trying to get a handle on it.”

We have a feeling Jacob or a Sean Jean section in a store has seen some of that Jena 6 money. SMH.

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  • HdubNdaBridge

    1st!!!!

  • YOUR ON YOUR JOB

    1st after the first 1st!!!!!! yep

  • HdubNdaBridge

    Now that we’ve settled the fact that I was first…There is only one person that we need to put complete, total, 100% trust in and he doesn’t live in Jena, LA!

  • dumbass

    stupid kids..thats probably how they got those outfits for the Bet awards..we got to do better..

  • Ms 305

    I hope this is not true but I have a strong feeling that it is.

  • ako

    sean jean?

  • foole

    Recently, hewas found to appear on a millionaire$celebrity dating club http://www.meetrich.com where Chairle sheen found some dates with hot girls.

  • jo jo

    ignorant, dumb, stupid. the Jena 6 boys think this is a joke. its a shame how they are flossin the money around.

  • John

    No wonder people are wndering what happened to the money. When you see a picture like this with a young “HOOD” playing with a fist full of money, it would make you wonder too!!!!!!!!!!

  • John

    Using the language of the day– ” Somebody been played”

  • Trudie

    That’s what happens when you build a “new movement” around cartoon figures instead of acknowledging situational gray areas and the complexities of character. Yes, let’s speak up for justice in the court system. But I’m absolutely stumped as to why thousands rallied on behalf of a bunch of ridiculously violent young men who beat another human being unconscious. They did this over some fake nooses? What a slap in the face to our ancestors who faced REAL threats to their lives and fought back with intelligence and dignity.

  • Ike Turner

    Why do YOU ignorant black people continue to co-sign anything that the head shyster Al Sharpton and his new “son” Micheal Baidsen bring up????? Dumb ass sheep!!!

  • Whatchaknoaboutdat?

    First of all blacks rallied behind the young people in question because things like them being disrepected and disregarded have been happening to “us” (black people) for years and our voices don’t seem to get any respect (for reason’s like the youngsters showing disrepect for OUR cause — and flauting the money in a disrepectful way) but nevertheless they could have been me or my kin…or (black) neighbor or friend. Just because these individuals turned out to be ungrateful… we still have to support our own as a people. Not everyone would be so ignorant.

  • Louisiana Resident

    look at yall accusing people….is the photo dated?…NOPE. yall dont know how old that photo is…that could be a damn FEMA check he flossing…get a grip. pay attention to the REAL issue at hand and STOP trying to cause more confusion than necessary.

  • LetMeTellYa

    I believe it’s true, too. At first I felt guilty for not donating, thinking that it’s too easy to be scammed; not anymore. For those saying “Why rally around criminals?”, it’s not because they didn’t deserve jail time because they definitely did. With the combination of race relations in Jena, at least according to some residents, the informal rule that white kids were the only ones “allowed” to sit under a tree, and the usual punishment given for a crime like this, why should the boys have been facing decades in prison; people have killed receiving less time than they were facing.

  • http://www.sitfu.com sitfu

    These are just some young boys who fugged up and got propelled into a national spotlight with no guidance. All these *leaders* and aint nobody seem to be telling these cats to sit the fugg down, shut up & lets clear up these legal matters. Instead we have what you see in the pix. Stupidity.

  • Miss T

    I co-sign you Shawn, people are too quick to jump to conclusions. If any injustice happens to me I sincerely hope that Al Sharpton or Michael Baisden would shine a spotlight on it for me! I sincerely hope that none of the ones that are slandering there names find themselves in a dire situation.

  • Staysea

    THe clothes were donated by Sean Jean and other black clothing lines. Let’s remember they are still young boys. A little ignorant but still young boys who just don’t know how to act in the spotlight. No difference between them and young hollywood (Britney, Lindsay and all those other screwed up people) they get all this “fame” and attention overnight and it goes to their head. Give ’em a break.

  • Tanisha

    DAMN! Didnt we already establish that the boy in the video is NOT one of the Jena 6 teens? And not only that, any money donated to the legal defense was NOT put in the hands of the kids or their parents. Why are we so quick to bring each other down? White people do a good enough job of this already; they do not need our help. We black folks on the other hand, need to help each other come up instead of jumping to inaccurate conclusions and critisms.

  • JillyBean819

    This is what happens when good black people try to help other black people in need. You get double-fisted by the very people that you tried to support.

  • Lucille

    I don’t blame the boys, I blame their parents. They are the ones that needs to be educated and teach their boys how to behave in situations like that. Let them take care of their own legal fees.

  • Miss Dee (Not faded...)

    I blame their parents for allowing them to walk the red carpet and speak at the Hip Hop awards as if they were celebrities. They should have conducted themselves as 2 (out of the 6) humble young men who appreciate all of the support (black and white) they received while going through this life altering situation. Instead BET in all their baffoonery, and their parents with their azz backward thinking, thought it would be wise to have them stroll in like some young Gs. PATHETIC!!! I will continue to support and pray for those who are falsely accused, and unjusticely punished, but I will also pray for God to enlighten ALL OF US, especially young ignos like these.

  • JerseyBred

    Louisiana Resident

    look at yall accusing people….is the photo dated?…NOPE. yall dont know how old that photo is…that could be a damn FEMA check he flossing…get a grip. pay attention to the REAL issue at hand and STOP trying to cause more confusion than necessary.

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    The teenagers’ parents have strongly denied that they have misused any of the donated money. Bailey’s mother, for example, insisted that the $100 bills shown in the photograph were cash her son had earned on his job as a park maintenance worker. — Absolute BS.

    “My son, Robert L. Bailey, was employed after being incarcerated,” Caseptla Bailey said. “That is something he decided to do on Myspace. He is a kid. Robert was able to save money, and he also has relatives that have sent him money. That’s something that kids do within the hip-hop community; that’s something that’s portrayed in the media, on BET. He is still a kid, he’s gonna make mistakes. I’m not going to defend a mistake he made.”

    http://blackinformant.com/2007/11/12/ghetto-is-what-ghetto-does/

  • JerseyBred

    Trudie

    That’s what happens when you build a “new movement” around cartoon figures instead of acknowledging situational gray areas and the complexities of character. Yes, let’s speak up for justice in the court system. But I’m absolutely stumped as to why thousands rallied on behalf of a bunch of ridiculously violent young men who beat another human being unconscious. They did this over some fake nooses? What a slap in the face to our ancestors who faced REAL threats to their lives and fought back with intelligence and dignity.

    *****************************************************

    The charges were ridiculously excessive. No one’s denying that they should be reprimanded for their actions. But to be charged with murder when the victim woke up from a beatdown & walked back home is ridiculous. White boys jumped them & only got probation.

  • Buttafly

    They are just doing what they are taught. Society can’t be mad because society has made this acceptable. SHAME ON IT ALL!

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