Tennessee BLM Founder Pamela Moses has been sentenced to 6 years in prison for illegally registering to vote.
In 2015 Pamela Moses pleaded guilty to multiple felonies including tampering with evidence, forgery, and misdemeanor charges of perjury, stalking, theft under $500, and escape. he was ineligible to vote in Tennessee due to her tampering with evidence charge and was currently serving seven years of probation.
During her hearing last week Moses said she believed she could vote again despite her convictions because the corrections department and county election commission both signed off on her voter registration application in 2019.
“You tricked the probation department into giving you documents saying you were off probation,” Criminal Court Judge W. Mark Ward told her on Monday.
“I did not falsify anything. All I did was try to get my rights to vote back the way the people at the election commission told me and the way the clerk did,” she said at the hearing.
Moses found the Memphis chapter of BLM in 2019 and attempted to run for mayor in 2019. Which she was ineligible to run due to her probation status.
Because of her misrepresentation and shady practices, she will now serve 6 years and 1 day in prison.
“This case is one about the disparity in sentencing and punishment — and one that shouldn’t have happened,” attorney Bede Anyanwu told the Washington Post. “It’s all very, very disturbing.”
BLM founders are no stranger to fraud or doing things that a “charity” should not be doing. Don’t forget what Patrisse Khan-Cullors did not long ago. She purchased four high-end homes for $3.2 million in the U.S. alone.