Updated: Locals are calling for the arrest of former Hartford Mayor Pedro Segarra and other law enforcement officers who think suppressing a local journalist will stop uprisings that spurred the Black Lives Matter movement.
Franklin Henry, Staff Writer
HARTFORD — “Code Red. Code Red. They’re trying to kill her,” someone shouted as Dr. Ann-Marie Adams lie motionless on her bed at the University of Connecticut’s John Dempsey Hospital in April 2014.
She had never been admitted to a hospital before 2014. So the 15-hour wait in the emergency room left her perplexed as she watched and listened to nurses and doctors attend to other patients. At the time of admittance, she was not ill. And she felt her time was being wasted. That’s because she had a paper to present at the Association for the Study of Connecticut History conference at Fairfield University the next day. However, medics thought she should “take precautions” after about six police officers visited her at 167 Sisson Ave. in Hartford on April 4, 2104.
April 4 was a watershed moment in American history. It parallels a tragic day in the Civil Rights Movement: Martin Luther King, Jr. was assassinated at the Lorraine Motel in Memphis, Tenn. on April 4, 1968.
So instead of catching up on sleep that day, Adams found herself in a conversation with Hartford police officers, who seemingly had nothing else to do.
“What’s the charge?” Adams asked. Her sister’s baby sitter called and spoke jibberish, according to reports that were later unfounded.
While other police officers busied themselves, Adams had a brief conversation with Hartford Police Officer Chris White.
“Being educated can be a dangerous thing,”White said. But it was clear, he said to Adams, nothing was wrong with her. Officers were just responding to a call that dispatched 15 police officers to her location in the West End of Hartford.
To Adams, that implied it was a crime to read, think and write in the Connecticut. She writes to fight. And many locals know that–hence their need to feed her stories. She later learned from sources that police were trying to suppress uprisings because of a spate of police shootings of unarmed black men across the nation such as Ferguson. And they thought there was a need to “tame the shrew.”So they watched Adams for several months.
However, law enforcement agencies failed to provide an explanation for the sudden intrusion into her privacy and were breaking almost every law on the books, sources said. But police officers–on condition of anonymity, said the April 4 incident was because of her writings about race and other matters in the state and federal government. As a result, there have been several attempts to disrupt her businesses and “muck up” her writing.
But after further investigation, police officers said they discovered Adams true identity: She was brought to Connecticut as an Omen to help America restore its blessings and to be the first Black First Lady. According to President Barack Obama’s staff, Adams is his soulmate and muse. Furthermore, she is a media executive with a legal mind, many observers said.
So two days before Christmas 2013, she received a death threat while Obama was communicating with her about her true idenity. Days before that, her perfectly fine 10-year-old Hyundai Sonata stalled suddenly ans suspiciously on Interstate 91 after a visit to a car dealer in “Klanchester.” After several suspicious incidents as such on Route 44, she concluded she was being targeted.
Law enforcement officials have saved her from several covert attempts to kill Adams while an investigation continued in 2014. But a lengthy FBI investigation into attempts to suppress her publication and sabotage a potential relationship with the White House morphed into an extension of Sen. Chris Murphy’s 2013 project about how to survive on food stamps for one week. It was seemingly a creative way to injury Adams if she covers the White House or chooses to challenge Murphy, U.S. Rep. Elizabeth Esty (D–Conn.) or other elected officials. Since 2016, she was disrupted from covering the White House or mounting an effective campaign to run against elected officials. After she was briefed by state officials about the results of the investigation–that someone wanted her to run for office and others wanted to stop her–Adams began to explore a bid the Senate.
Adams had been covering Gov. Dannel P. Malloy, Former Hartford Mayor Pedro Segarra’s and President Barack Obama’s administrations. She has written several notable commentaries about the state of government and politics. She has taught U.S. History history at Rutgers and other universities. An award-winning journalist, who has worked for the Hartford Courant, NBC4, News12 Connecticut, Times Herald Record and the Norwich Bulletin, she takes pride in covering all corners of the state for more than 15 years. Besides media and academic experience, Adams has been involved in the Urban League, the West Indian Social Club and other Civic organizations and churches as a volunteer. She became a White House Correspondent in 2013 and was allegedly former Hartford Mayor Segarra’s target because she was supposedly “too young” to be in Congress.
So April 4, 2014 became a turning point for Adams. And the stories that have unfolded after her most recent interaction with ambassadors, politicians, doctors, social workers and nurses prompted her to run for office–hence a recent press release by others–asking her to run for office. They said they watched the corruption surfaced during attempts to suppress her as a journalist and a historian during two critical years in American history: 2014 and 2105. The year 2104 marked the 50th anniversary of the Civil Rights Movement and the year 2015 marked the 50th anniversary of the Voting Rights Act.
Noting the hypocrisy among native-born blacks and the lack of representation for working-class and middle-class residents in Congress, Adams, 46, is now exploring a run for the U.S. Senate against Murphy, 43. That’s after witnessing a blatant disregard for the law and a deeper level of corruption in the state. Thanks to a tip from White House staffers, who said she’s more inclusive and patriotic than others they have observed.
The move comes as a surprise to many locals. Others discovered her identity because she was like a Nielsen kid to the federal government. Adams was used as a model for the television character Denise Huxtable, who grew up to be “the real Oliver Pope,” according White House staffers. And several political operatives have been sabotaging her work and home life while the show was on the air. They stole clothes, money, shoes, jewelry and other belongings during the unusual investigation. Investigators wanted the television series, Scandal, off the air because it disrupted Adams and her family.
John Dempsey Hospital Visit
Before laying immobile on the bed almost three years ago, Adams felt a sudden and sharp pain in her abdomen. The pain came while she was in the hospital on April 8, 2014. She was also scheduled to cover President Obama at the National Action Network’s conference, slated as “the largest civil rights convening of the year bringing our nation’s top activists, political strategists and leading academia together to create an action plan for a civil rights agenda.”
She was told she was being held for further evaluation–only to be told later that there was “nothing wrong.” She’s thin, toned and not on medication. This hospital visit was the first in a series of overt attempts at media suppression and political obstruction, sources said. Adams later learned that she was being held because several politicians, who see her as a threat to their candidacy for office, didn’t want her to cover certain political events in the state and in Washington, D.C. Since August 2013 during the debate on Food Stamps and her article about race matters in Connecticut in Ebony.com, congressional leaders and others began to watch Adams in her home.
The obstruction lasted for two years and 10 months and was watched by the United Nations and the Federal Bureau of Investigations after locals gave them a tip that Adams was being obstructed from running for officer because she had one of the best resumes and profile to mount a formidable challenge against Former Hartford Mayor Pedro Segarra, Sen. Murphy, State Rep. Doug McCory (D-07), State Rep. Brandon McGee (D-05), State Rep. Minnie Gonzalez (D-03), U.S. Congressman John Larson (D-01), State Rep. Kevin Witkos (D-04) and U.S. Rep. Elizabeth Esty (D–Conn). Adams, who lives in the 5th Congressional district and owns a business in the made contact with each representative’s constituent services while other Connecticut residents watched.
The so-called project for Adams morphed into consultations and a tool to keep First Lady Michelle Obama in the White House to serve a full second term in office, sources said. Local residents, who wanted to remain anonymous said they were conned. To date, there are no public arrests, no fixing of the racist political structure in Connecticut and no money to complete this important project that began with the 2014 election. Instead, the project became a tool to carry out a hate crime and hide “the real Olivia Pope” until the Obama administration get out of office. And a three-year project, which began with Murphy in the 5th Congressional district, was designed to steal Adams’s beauty and her belongings.
The attempts to cripple Adams physically, mentally, spiritually and emotionally was very detailed, said one source. Using hypnosis, State Troopers and local police officers forced her on trains, in hospitals and on planes to exhaust her income and to be away from several public events. Adams has shown leadership in the community for almost three decades, some say. So they wanted her to run for Congress against Murphy instead of replacing the First Lady, an idea based on the television show–not reality. Yet, they stayed in her life for an unusual length of time to discover 17 characters and at least 50 scenes from Scandal.
Local residents who watched the event and “were recruiting” Adams to run sent out a press releases after learning that President Obama wanted her to run because she is an exemplary citizen and an immigrant who can best represent all residents in the state, sources said. Her multi-ethnic background and her years of service to the community makes Adams and ideal public servant.
Adams is also the Harriet Algier for the 21st Century, White House staffers said. And she will claim her stolen identity and seek legal action against Judy Smith and others, sources said.
“It’s identity theft. And it began when they broke her nose at age 20,” sources said. “In time, locals will come forward to tell the story of how others stole her identity and wanted to keep her clueless by using covert techniques to engage in theft of services.”
Currently, there are no black immigrants in Connecticut who serve on city councils, legislatures or in Congress.
Adams was selected to run by other locals who learned about this hate crime and attempts to cover up the story.
Check back for updates for a list of suspects and arrests for this crime.
Read Dr. Ann-Marie Adams’s articles that prompted this story and Murphy’s three-year Food Stamp campaign: