July 19, 1969 Page 13.
As of May 24, 1969 these renegade, cultural nationalist opportunists are
no longer members of the Black Panther Party. The Boston branch of the
Black Panther Party has affirmed anew the discipline of the Party and
has purged these fools from the Party ranks for the reasons stated below
l. Failure to follow the teachings of Minister of Defense, Huey P.
2. For complete disregard for the discipline of the Party.
4. Opportunism against the people.
5. Propagating cultural nationalist madness inside the Party instead of
The following people have been purged:
l. Chico Neblett, Field Marshall
2. T.D.Pawley, Asst to the Field Marshall
3. Delano Farrar, Area Captain
4. Frank Hughes, Lt. of Information
5. Karen Flippen, Lt. of Finance
6. Kay Glaspy, Communications Secretary
7. Rene Neblett, Lt. of Culture
8, Yazid Nzinga, section leader
9. Mike Claytor, subsection leader.
10. Paula Firmin
11. Les Wood
12. Monica Millet
13. Mike Grattan
14. Roger Freeman
15. Bernadette Mount
16. Pamela Hayes
17. Maurice Kalhman
In May of this year a bunch of cultural nationalist fools lead by Chico
Neblett attempted to undermine the people's revolution. These
pea-brained counter-revolutionaries tried to go against the teachings of
the Minister of Defense and take over the Boston Branch of the Black
Panther Party. They failed in their attempt and were purged from the
party. Chico joined the party with the other bootlicker Stokely
Carmichael, ever since that time he has been steadily robbing the
people. His 1969 Corvett, his fur coat, and his expensive camera
equipment can prove that Chico was going around talking about some
madness he called Pan-Africanism. All it really was, though, was a bunch
of bullshit to hide the robbing of the people he has been doing. By
going against the teachings of Huey P. Newton, Chico has said "fuck the
people, fuck the Party, and the complete and total liberation of blacks
here in fascist America."
ALL POWER TO THE PEOPLE THE REMAINING MEMBERS OF THE BOSTON BRANCH,
BLACK PANTHER PARTY
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