Malachi York

Ask The Nuwaupians about the "F**k" pillows?

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Question: Ask The Nuwaupians about the "F**k" pillows?

Answer: They don't know about it because they didn't follow the case.

When victims and witnesses testified at the York trial, there was talk of some pillows that Malachi York kept in his upstate New York and Eatonton, Georgia home.  These pillows were taken and used as evidence. One witness explained what the pillows were used for. The following transcripts are from the December 16th, herring in Macon, Georgia, where this was addressed.

 

York's use of the pillows in the commission of sexual crimes with minors was horrible. Habiybah Washington on January 12, 2004 testified and this issue was brought up.

 

Prosecutor: I'm holding what's pre-marked as Government exhibit #33, are you familiar with this photograph Ms. Washington?

Habiybah Washington: Yes I am.

Q. Who's depicted in this photo?

Habiybah Washington: It's Issa Johnson and me.

Q. And exactly where are you in this Government exhibit # 33?

Habiybah Washington: We're in Doc's house in upstate New York.

Q. Please tell the jury where you are and when this photo was taken?

Habiybah Washington: We were in his house in Sullivan County New York.

Q. And who's the small boy here in exhibit #33?

Habiybah Washington: That's Issa Johnson...but I don't remember when the picture was taken.

Q. In this photograph marked Government exhibit #33, I notice that there are some pillows on the floor, do you see them?

Habiybah Washington: Yes.

Q. Did the defendant ever speak about them by name?

Habiybah Washington: Yes he did.

Q. What did he refer to them as, and please use the terminology he used.

Habiybah Washington: Those were the FUCK PILLOWS.

Q. And do you remember seeing those pillows in Eatonton, GA. ?

Habiybah Washington: Yes.

Q. Did the defendant ever re-cover those pillows with a different fabric?

Habiybah Washington: Yes.

Q. Ms. Washington, in the courtroom is an object that's been previously tendered as Government exhibits #3A, #3B and #3C, this is one of them, are you familiar with this object?

Habiybah Washington: Yes I am.

Q. What is this object?

Habiybah Washington: That's one of the pillows.

Q. Is this one of the pillows that was covered over with new fabric?

Habiybah Washington: Yes, one of them was destroyed and one was re-covered.

Q. And to be clear, that would be one of the "fuck pillows" you mentioned? 

Habiybah Washington: Yes.

Q. Did you ever photograph Krystal Harding in a sex act with Mr. York?

Habiybah Washington: No.

Q. Did you ever photograph Krystal in any suggestive position with or without cloths?

Habiybah Washington: I did photograph her, but I don't remember if she had cloths on.

Q. What do you remember about taking photos of her?

Habiybah Washington: I remember that she was laying on one of the pillows.

Q. Was there any other child on the pillows with her?

Habiybah Washington: I believe one was Amala.

Q. What did you do with the photograph?

Habiybah Washington: I gave them to him (York).

Q. Did you ever see the photograph again?

Habiybah Washington: No.

Q. Did you ever witness Mr. York destroy any of his pornographic materials?

Habiybah Washington: Yes.

Q. Thank you Ms. Washington.

 

The "fuck pillows" is just another set of items that York used and kept from his days in Monticello  New York (Jazzir Abba) on to his days in Eatonton, Georgia.

This evidence was never hidden, during the course of the trial, there were 40-50 spectators viewing the trial on close circuit television with the witnesses, inclusive of alleged victims or witnesses who would be under the protection of the Title 18, United States Code, Section 3509(d). The names and faces of victims and all witnesses in the trial of this case were witnessed by the 40-50 spectators or members of the public.