The American Party is the levy of a campaign against the most insidious and depraved crime in all of history: lynching. Unlike the lynchings that occurred in the South, before 1964, the lynchings in the North are hidden by routine criminal conspiracies among court officers and are done under the color of law (see 18 U.S.C. §§ 241,242). The typical empty criminal courtroom will deprive the public of the required contemporaneous scrutiny, and the monolithic media will continue to grossly mislead the public into believing that such hideously dark courtrooms do not exist.
Nevertheless, the methods of destroying the dastardly and depraved practice of lynching
African-Americans in the North were thoroughly developed by a lady of boundless courage, Jessie Daniel Ames.
She used her Association of Southern Women for the Prevention of Lynching (ASWPL). Constant very serious threats and harassment did not stop these ladies. By 1940, not a single lynching was recorded. The media hid her and her boundless courage; and, even today she is left in the darkness.
She did know that the widely accepted myth that women needed protection from African-American men was usually a manufactured justification for a public lynching.