Friday, October 10, 2014

Sick, Naked Prisoners

“Then they also will answer, saying, ‘Lord, when did we see you hungry or thirsty or a stranger or naked or sick or in prison, and did not minister to you?’ Then he will answer them, saying, ‘Truly, I say to you, as you did not do it to one of the least of these, you did not do it to me.’ And these will go away into eternal punishment, but the righteous into eternal life.” ~Matt. 25:44-46

You might have an enviable address
 on earth, but HERE is the address you will be judged by: prison.


How are inmates treated in your jails and prisons? Are innocent people's pleas for DNA tests or new trials ignored? Are people jailed for having mental illness? Are children tried and sentenced as adults? Are inmates killed with or without death sentences? Is there torture happening? Are inmates malnourished? Are they denied health care? Are visits constrained? Do they have adequate legal counsel? What have you done about these abuses? Here are your instructions:

Open thy mouth for the dumb in the cause of all such as are appointed to destruction. Open thy mouth, judge righteously, and plead the cause of the poor and needy. ~Proverbs 31:8-9 (KJV)


Contact your government officials
http://www.usa.gov/Agencies.shtml

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Sunday, October 5, 2014

AIMI vs. USA in International Court for Mentally Ill Americans

Assistance to the Incarcerated Mentally Ill ("AIMI") plans an action in International Court to (i) win restitution for victims of human trafficking - people who were denied psychiatric and/or drug and alcohol treatment in order to enrich prison investors, (ii) win restitution for victims of mentally ill people and drug/alcohol addicts who were denied treatment, and (iii) help decriminalize mental illness and drug/alcohol addictions in the USA. The action will be filed in 2015 by an International Human Rights Lawyer. Potential claimants are invited to phone conferences on the first Saturday and Sunday of each month, using the telephone numbers listed below.

Tapes are available for listening any time. "AIMI vs. USA" has had SIX plaintiffs conferences. They are scheduled for the first Saturday and Sunday of each month. Thank you for sharing.

1. Hear stories of some plaintiffs in "AIMI vs. USA" in International Court 2015 regarding denial of human and civil rights for the mentally ill - October 5, 2014
http://www.blogtalkradio.com/humanrightsdemand/2014/10/05/aimi-vs-usa-in-international-court-2015--conference-5

2. Interview with Joanna Fletcher, of Atlanta, 
re housing discrimination - October 4, 2014. The guest discussed her federal housing discrimination and alleges that she received retribution through the Social Security Administration when she complained against HUD regarding her illegal eviction. Our "AIMI vs. USA" in International Court 2015 conference incurred interference at FreeConferenceCall.com and was recorded at Blogtalkradio.
http://www.blogtalkradio.com/humanrightsdemand/2014/10/04/aimi-vs-usa-in-international-court-2015

3. My mother joined AIMI vs. USA Plaintiffs Conference September 14, 201. Hattie Neal, 91, asked the government to please tell her how Larry Neal was murdered after 18 days of secret arrest. She made this request during the last minutes of her interview on Human Rights Demand channel at Blogtalkradio
http://www.blogtalkradio.com/humanrightsdemand/2014/09/14/human-rights-for-prisoners-march-w-hattie-neal-91-mom-of-larry-neal-deceased

4. "AIMI vs. USA Plaintiffs Conference" September 13, 2014
http://www.blogtalkradio.com/humanrightsdemand/2014/09/13/aimi-vs-usa-claimants-conference

5 and 6. "AIMI vs. USA" Plaintiff Conferences September 6 and 7, 2014
Hear conference calls by computer rss at
https://www.freeconferencecall.com/rss/podcast?id=6055620020:992212650

Join us on the first Saturday and Sunday of each month. Conferences begin at 9am PDT. You can connect with the conference at FreeConferenceCall.com dial-in no. (605)562-0020, Meeting ID Code: 992-212-650. If that fails, the backup number is (805)360-1075. You can also connect at Blogtalkradio: (347)857-3293. Learn more about this international action to win restitution for Claimants and Change for America.

Some participants experienced trouble connecting with "AIMI vs. USA" phone conferences in September. If the interference continues, we will seek assistance from the United Nations. People with mental illness and drug/alcohol addictions are worth a significant amount of money to prison investors in government; therefore, "AIMI vs. USA" is greatly feared and censored. Taxpayers are billed over $80billion per year for America's prison expenditures, and more than half of the inmates are mentally ill people. Another reason for censorship that most "AIMI vs. USA" Claimants reveal crimes against humanity that happened or are still happening to Americans with mental disabilities, including prisoner torture and wrongful deaths. These revelations are embarrassing.

If you have difficulty joining the phone conferences, please email Mary Neal at MaryLovesJustice@gmail.com, and call (678)531.0262 or (571)335-1741. You can also use the comment field of any article in "AIMI-HumanRights" blog at
http://aimi-humanrights.blogspot.com/ or Dog Justice for Mentally Ill blog at
http://DogJusticeforHumanRights.blogspot.com/ . Leave your email address, and AIMI will get in touch with you.

Despite the interference, this matter will go before to the International Court in 2015. Mentally ill people and drug/alcohol addicts who are poor or middle class deserve treatment, not torturous incarceration in long-term solitary confinement, denied visits and phone calls sometimes for years. We, the families and next friends of mentally ill people in the USA, will demand restitution for negligence, police brutality, prisoner torture, and wrongful deaths in the United Nations and request that body to mandate appropriate changes in the United States to respect the human rights of mentally ill persons, drug/alcohol dependent people, and their families. Up to 100 families from each class will be accepted.

*Change is happening. "Los Angeles to Offer Treatment Instead of Jail for Mentally Ill Offenders" http://www.treatmentadvocacycenter.org/about-us/our-blog/69-no-state/2637-los-angeles-to-offer-treatment-instead-of-jail-for-mentally-ill-offenders

* Stalkers prevented linking for "Los Angeles to Offer Treatment Instead of Jail for Mentally Ill Offenders," an article by Treatment Advocacy Center.org. We believe that America's surveillance and censorship capabilities through the NSA, CIA, FBI and/or local police departments are misused to contain negative information regarding deaths by police, wrongful arrests, and other victimization of America's mentally ill citizens and their families and supporters.

Thank you for participating by sharing this article.

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Mary Neal, Director of Assistance to the Incarcerated Mentally Ill ("AIMI")
http://dogjusticeformentallyill.blogspot.com
Email MaryLovesJustice@gmail.com
Phone: (678)531.0262 or (571)335-1741
Wrongful Death of Larry Neal
http://WrongfulDeathOfLarryNeal.com
MaryLovesJustice Articles and Radio Broadcasts
http://marylovesjustice.blogspot.com/2014/03/marylovesjustice-blogs-and-radio-shows.html
Mary Neal is also known as "MaryLovesJustice"

It would be illegal to keep a dog in a tight space 23 hours a day and gas or Taser him for barking. It would be illegal to put a dog in deadly restraint for control. That happens to mentally ill people routinely in the nation's correctional facilities. What happened to Larry Neal?


Mentally Ill Americans Need Dog Justice. Treat mental illness medically, not legally. Please advocate for your congresspersons to pass H.R.3717 - The "Helping Families in Mental Health Crisis Act." Try to elect people who support human rights and justice for all, not prison investors who have a conflict of interest in voting to decriminalize mental illness in the United States of America, supposedly an equal opportunity nation.

Thursday, September 25, 2014

Eric Holder Resigns as Attorney General

Eric Holder Is Resigning. It is not known if CoIntelPro agents will be reassigned or keep their existing targets while a new AG is found and confirmed. Noteworthy work: 
(1) Won an appeal against Judge Forrest's order calling NDAA's Section 1021 unconstitutional. 

(2) Won an appeal to stop the Fair Sentencing Act from being applied retroactively for people overly sentenced under the 100:1 racist cocaine sentencing law. 

(3) Built hope in the Clemency Project 2014 but failed to authorize defense attorneys to participate, which was said to render the large clemency drive a dud. 

(4) Protected murderers in Shelby County, Tennessee who secretly arrested and killed mentally, physically disabled Larry Neal. Refused to investigate the government cover-up conspiracy and ignored requests to remove surveillance and interference against the Neals' communication. 

(5) Allegedly stopped a federal investigation regarding the deaths of black young men on SJSU campus, namely Gregory Johnson, Jr., a student who was killed in November 2008. His murder was called a suicide. Parents of Brenden Tiggs, the school's latest "suicide," filed a lawsuit in 2014.

(6) Was instrumental in fighting New York's racist Stop & Frisk program and Mississippi's "school to prison" pipeline.

(7) During Holder's tenure, the DOJ certified assisted outpatient treatment (AOT) programs (which provide subsistence assistance plus mandated psychiatric treatment).

(8) Holder spoke favorably about removing the federal mandatory minimum sentencing for certain offenses.

If you have comments regarding Holder's six years as AG, please add them in the comment field below.

Before Mr. Holder goes, he will help the Department of Justice launch a new program today in partnership with the White House, the Department of Homeland Security, and the National Counterterrorism Center that will train "community leaders" like teachers and social workers to monitor their communities for signs of radicalization. If the trainees think they have observed burgeoning radicalism, they are to report the potentially radicalized person(s) to law enforcement so the government can intervene before any crime has been committed.

NOTE: Suppressing justice for African Americans killed during secret arrests or in predominately white colleges and universities may fall under the DOD or Homeland Security, in which case Holder's resignation will have no effect on the First Amendment violations, stalking, and terrorism. In fact, black families who ask about murders of family members by police or white elitists may be considered "radical" and unacceptably audacious. No clear definition of "radicalized" was given in the article announcing the new DOJ program.

Four(4) References (see them also in comment 1 below):
Eric Holder Resigning as Attorney General
http://www.nytimes.com/2014/09/26/us/politics/eric-holder-resigning-as-attorney-general.html
The DOJ to train community leaders to spot 'radicals'
http://theweek.com/speedreads/index/268143/speedreads-the-doj-to-train-community-leaders-to-spot-radicals
SJSU Deaths and Terrorism
http://freespeakblog.blogspot.com/2014/02/sjsu-deaths-and-terrorism.html
Historic Clemency Drive a Dud
http://humanrightsforprisonersmarch.blogspot.com/2014/07/historic-clemency-drive-dud.html

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Monday, September 15, 2014

Georgia vs. Malik Davis, 17, in Child Killing


GEORGIA vs. MALIK DAVIS on "Human Rights for Prisoners March" show September 15, 2014, at 9pm EDT at Blogtalkradio. Malik Davis, 17, faces murder charges in the shooting death of 13-year-old Nizzear Rodriguez while the youngster slept at home in his own bed at 2:00am. Malik's mother raised serious questions about the police investigation during our previous two interviews. Friday was Malik's preliminary hearing date, and witnesses changed their stories - again. Nobody mentioned the JonBenét Ramsey-like moving of the dead child's body, which his family did in the approximate 10 hours between the boy's death and the time when police were called. Malik's prosecution is based solely on the witnesses' testimony, but their testimony changes continuously, according to Latasha, Malik's mother. Call-in to ask questions or comment at (818) 572-2947. Listen to the live show or the archived broadcast at your convenience by using the first of three links in this article:
http://www.blogtalkradio.com/nnia1/2014/09/16/human-rights-for-prisoners-march

A previous interview with Latasha, Malik's mother, occurred on September 6, 2014.
http://www.blogtalkradio.com/nnia1/2014/09/07/georgia-vs-malik-davis-for-murder-of-nizzear-rodriguez

Malik's parents complained about the apparent one-sidedness of media reports as of September 2, 2014, the date of our first interview with Malik's mother. It is archived at Blogtalkradio on the HUMAN RIGHTS DEMAND channel (hear interview #2 on this tape):
http://www.blogtalkradio.com/humanrightsdemand/2014/09/02/human-rights-demand

For Latasha Montgomery, her son's preliminary hearing raised more questions than it answered. Latasha Montgomery asks the fourteen(14) questions below about the murder of Rodriguez:

1) A male witness claims he gave Malik a ride to Bruster Lake, the subdivision where Rodriguez lived. He claimed that Malik had a gun which he put on his leg. Malik's mother said her son would not ride with this witness anyplace, because he and Malik don't like each other. Where and what time was Malik supposedly picked up by this witness?

2) Ken Weeks, another witness, claims that he and a young woman were riding together in a car. He said he asked the driver to take him someplace, and the young woman allegedly said she had to pick up somebody. That somebody seems to have been Malik. Weeks also testified that he and Malik were supposed to go meet some women. So who really arranged to pick Malik up - was it the driver (who said she had to pick up someone) or was it Weeks? Since Weeks testified that he and Malik were planning to "get with some women," apparently, this was a prearranged engagement. When did Weeks and Malik plan to meet some women? Who are the women? Have any women testified that they had dates with Weeks and Malik? Have any phone records been checked to see if Weeks and Malik communicated that day or that week. The female driver also supposedly had a prearranged date to pick up Malik. Malik was not at home. At what point did Malik communicate with the driver to tell her from where to pick him up? Where did this couple supposedly pick up Malik? 

3) Was it not strange to Weeks and the young woman driving the car if Malik asked to stop at Rodriguez's home, as Weeks testified? Weeks then said the door was open at Rodriguez's house in a dangerous neighborhood at 2:00 a.m. and that he and Malik just waltzed in unannounced and uninvited. He claimed that Malik went upstairs, and Weeks heard a "boom." Then they left. What explanation did Malik supposedly give for the "boom" when he came back downstairs? Where did the threesome go when they left Rodriguez's home?

4) Two witnesses (an adult and a juvenile) claim to have seen Malik go into the backyard of the home where Roriguez lived around the time of Rodriguez's murder. They 
claim they saw Malik when they were walking down the street. How far away were these witnesses? At 1:00 a.m. or 2:00 a.m., it was dark, and Malik is dark-skinned. How could they discern Malik's features in the dark from a distance, since the street has no street lights? Why did these two witnesses not mention seeing Weeks with Malik and the two men emerging from a car driven by the female driver? They allegedly said they saw Malik go around to the back of Rodriguez's home "carrying a black bag" and not ever emerging from behind the house. The prosecutors' witnesses (the two walkers and Weeks) seem to be telling conflicting stories. Why is that?

5) Have cell phone records been checked to verify that any of the State's witnesses were actually in contact with Malik Davis on that fateful night?

6) Why did Rodriguez's family wait 10 hours to call police after he was fatally shot?

7) Why was Rodriguez's body moved by his family member from his bed and taken for a drive before police were called?

8) Where is the family's gun? Has it been checked for a possible ballistics match?

9) Why was Malik's cousin allowed in Rodriguez's bedroom with a detective after Rodriguez's room was considered a crime scene? Why was Malik's cousin allowed to retrieve the bullet shell and give it to the detective? When was the crime scene secured, if it ever was?

10) How did police determine that Rodriguez had been dead since 1:00 a.m. or 2:00 a.m. when police arrived that afternoon? 


11) Rodriguez's cousin admitted moving Rodriguez's body and taking it for a drive before calling police. Supposedly, Rodriguez's body was moved to the car and taken for a short drive because he was still alive at the time. If Rodriguez was considered to be still alive at the time his cousin moved his body, why had Rodriguez's grandmother already been called at work by a family member and told that Rodriguez was dead? What time did the grandmother get the call saying her grandson was dead? Have phone records been checked to collaborate that phone call or any phone calls to/from the home around the time of Rodriguez's murder and during the 10 hours before police were called?

12) Why was Rodriguez's father released from prison the day after his son's death despite having two more years to serve on his sentence?

13) Why has the autopsy report on Rodriguez not been completed yet?

14) What is the real motive behind Nizzear Rodriguez's murder, and who did it? This murder was initially reported to have been over a robbery. A Playstation gaming system was reported to have been stolen, but it was later found in the home. Where was the Playstation found? When was it moved, presumably from Rodriguez's room, and who had moved it?


National Network in Action (NNIA) advocates for thorough investigations, truth, and justice in criminal prosecution.
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Tuesday, September 9, 2014

Marching to the U.N. for Prisoners' Rights


Assistance to the Incarcerated Mentally Ill ("AIMI") vs. USA in International Court re Crimes Against Humanity 

* Now gathering 100 cases of government abuse of mentally challenged Americans of all races to present a Complaint to the United Nations: rejection for treatment, long-term homelessness, hospital abuse, wrongful convictions, lengthy solitary confinement, police brutality, executions, and wrongful death cases. Call 678.531.0262 or Google Voice (571)335-1741. Email MaryLovesJustice@gmail.com. Title the email "AIMI v. USA."

* Also gathering 100 people victimized by mentally ill people or drug addicts who were denied treatment. If you were robbed, burglarized, assaulted, or had a relative who was killed by a mentally ill person or a drug/alcohol addict, please call us and email us.

* We will demand monetary damages for claimants plus changes in how America treats mental illness and substance abuse. Incarceration must be replaced with adequate, timely treatment and subsistence assistance.

Continue to call and email until you reach Mary Neal. The government may not want you to be included in this international Complaint against the USA. The U.N. provides that abuses by government agents (including police, judges, and other officials) can be levied against its member states. It may not matter if your case is beyond the statute of limitations set by U.S. law or if it was dismissed by corrupt courts. Hear more at "ASSISTANCE TO THE INCARCERATED MENTALLY ILL" Blogtalkradio shows Wednesdays at 9pm Pacific.

This international action is intended to (1) pay restitution to affected parties, (2) protect Americans who have mental disabilities and drug/alcohol dependencies, and (3) protect innocent people who suffered at the hands of untreated mentally ill persons or drug and/or alcohol addicts.

AIMI believes that people with mental illness and drug or alcohol addictions are deliberately left untreated to commit crimes that will excuse long prison sentences. This is done to enlarge our prison population. At least one-half of America's inmates are mentally ill (1.25 million), and over one-half of the victims of police violence are also mentally ill. Sixty percent of inmates in solitary confinement (SHU) are mentally ill. The entire private prison system was created and is sustained by criminalizing mental illness and drug/alcohol addictions. Mentally challenged and addicted people deserve treatment, not punishment.

"AIMI vs. USA" will be filed with the International Court in 2015. All Claimants' cases will be reviewed by the International Lawyer and those selected will be presented in the legal action for recovery of damages.

Phone conferences to join Claimants in "AIMI vs. USA" in International Court are held on the first weekend in every month at 9am Pacific time, 10am Mountain Time, 11am Central and 12 noon Eastern. Beginning dates were September 6 and September 7.
You can connect with the conference at FreeConference.com
Dial-in Number: (605) 562-0020 Meeting ID Code: 992-212-650
You can also connect with the conference at Blogtalkradio:
Phone: (347) 857-3293
Recordings of the conferences are saved online at RSS
https://www.freeconferencecall.com/rss/podcast?id=6055620020:992212650
Hear the most recent recording of AIMI's telephone conferences by dialing (605) 562-0029, Meeting ID Code: 992-212-650


We rely on YOU to notify people about this international Complaint, which we expect to file in the spring of 2015.

Mary Neal, a/k/a MaryLovesJustice
Director of Human Rights for Prisoners March
http://HumanRightsforPrisonersMarch.blogspot.com
Director of Assistance to the Incarcerated Mentally Ill (AIMI)

http://AIMI-HumanRights.blogspot.com
Director of Dog Justice for Mentally Ill
http://dogjusticeformentallyill.blogspot.com
Website: Wrongful Death of Larry Neal
http://WrongfulDeathOfLarryNeal.com
Email: MaryLovesJustice@gmail.com
(678)531.0262 or (571)335-1741 (voice or text)

Hear Human Rights for Prisoners March broadcasts Mondays, and Hear Assistance to the Incarcerated Mentally Ill broadcasts Wednesdays live or on tape at
http://www.blogtalkradio.com/nnia1
SEE ALSO "AIMI vs. USA - United Nations"
http://aimi-humanrights.blogspot.com/2014/08/aimi-vs-usa-united-nations.html

Thanks for joining the Human Rights for Prisoners March!

Wednesday, September 3, 2014

Shannon Nyamodi, Another Wrongfully Convicted Black Man


AFTER TWO YEARS IN SOLITARY CONFINEMENT TORTURE WITH TRIAL DENIED, SHANNON NYAMODI PLEA BARGAINED. Officials moved Shannon Nyamodi from his solitary prison cell torture for a period of one month. He was moved by the NC DOC to another prison, where he was allowed to visit with his family, meet and talk with other inmates, make phone calls, and receive and send mail. Compared to what Shannon had endured for two years, from age 18 to 20, being an inmate in the general population at a prison where he had contact with other human beings and his family was a huge improvement. However, this too as a part of his torture meant to force the innocent young man into making a false confession.

Shannon Nyamodi wrote to his attorney, Maitri (Mike) Klinkosum, and fired him. He filed the letter with the court. He and his mother felt that their nightmare of apparent collusion between Klinkosum, the sheriff and the prosecutor was over. They believed that without Klinkosum acting as Nyamodi's attorney, they could finally get a new lawyer who would really work on Shannon's defense. But this was not to be. Shannon's exoneration through trial was never the plan.

After a month in the new facility, Shannon was suddenly moved back to Franklin County Jail without warning. He found himself right back in the solitary confinement cell and at the mercy of Sheriff Jerry Jones. Shannon knew about police arresting and brutalizing his mother. He knew all of the hard work Elizabeth Crudup had done to win his RIGHT to a fair trail. He also knew it had done no good. The young man was back in solitary in a cell where he had already spent two years in torture, denied a trial. Being SHOCKED by his removal back to the hole was the last straw.

Klinkosum ignored Shannon's letter of termination that had been filed with the court. He again went to Shannon's solitary jail cell at Franklin County Jail and again offered Shannon the opportunity to sign a plea deal. We may never know what was said to Shannon that night. We don't know if Shannon was threatened or if his family was threatened. Klinkosum had reportedly previously threatened Shannon, saying that if Shannon fired him, then he would work with the prosecutor and have Shannon sentenced to 30 years imprisonment. Shannon was basically a child with no knowledge of the legal process. His mother is a foreign-born woman without much knowledge of America's justice system. Other attorneys, although aware of what they endured, said they could not help until Klinkosum was off the case, and Klinkosum would not accept firing.

This time, whatever Klinkosum said to the tortured young man worked. Shannon Nyamodi apparently signed the plea bargain and was sentenced to 10 years for a crime he did not do. It took two years of torture in isolation, deprivation of phone, mail, and visiting privileges, and many sessions with his attorney, who worked against his interests. But the smartest thing North Carolina did was to remove Shannon from solitary torture for a month's period and let him see that "prison doesn't have to be all bad" like he had endured in solitary. Whoever thought of that, congratulations. You have saved the white youths who witnesses say they saw running from the robbery victim's home, and you now have another innocent black man imprisoned who North Carolina taxpayers will pay hundreds of thousands of dollars to incarcerate.

All it took to induce Shannon's plea bargain was denying Shannon Nyamodi's Sixth Amendment right to a speedy, fair, public trial by jury with competent legal counsel representing him while he was tortured in solitary confinement for two years. Shannon never got the opportunity to prove that he had not schemed with a white woman's daughter to shoot and rob her. He never got the chance to present evidence that he had never even corresponded with the woman's daughter or a white boy who claimed falsely that Shannon talked to him on Facebook about buying a gun. No jury would ever see the statement by a North Carolina investigator who examined Facebook records and found that there was no such correspondence and never had been. Shannon was not allowed to present witnesses who said they saw a white man running from the scene of the robbery. Shannon never got to finish his electrical training program or join the military, as he planned. The young black man is just another wrongfully convicted person in a country that has from 5,000 to 10,000 wrongful convictions a year that routinely denies defendants their constitutional rights to enslave them. Congratulations, officers of the court and justice officials. Your great grandfathers would be proud of you.

Paragraph 1 repeated: AFTER TWO YEARS IN SOLITARY CONFINEMENT TORTURE WITH TRIAL DENIED, SHANNON NYAMODI PLEA BARGAINED. Officials moved Shannon Nyamodi from his solitary prison cell torture for a period of one month. He was moved by the NC DOC to another prison, where he was allowed to visit with his family, meet and talk with other inmates, make phone calls, and receive and send mail. Compared to what Shannon had endured for two years, from age 18 to 20, being an inmate in the general population at a prison where he had contact with other human beings and his family was a huge improvement. However, this too as a part of his torture meant to force the innocent young man into making a false confession.

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Tuesday, August 12, 2014

No Confidence in the Justice Department

NSA, CIA, CoIntelPro, or whoever is censoring me today, please tell your bosses that IF they wanted people to believe the Justice Department will address Michael Brown's death fairly, they should have addressed the Wrongful Death of Larry Neal fairly instead of joining a RICO Act racketeering conspiracy, including censorship and persecution of his survivors to hide the secret arrest and murder of a mentally, physically disabled black man. 

We have NO CONFIDENCE in the Justice Department's intentions to act fairly to unarmed black youths or mentally ill people of all races who are gunned down like Brown was or interned for PRISON PROFITS, denied treatment, beaten, Tasered, pepper sprayed, and tossed in solitary confinement, if they are lucky. Many of them die at the hands of prison and jail guards who you employ and pay our tax dollars and keep employed without criminal charges even after their murders. Your record for upholding human rights of Americans is bad, and it is about to get a whole lot worse. http://WrongfulDeathofLarryNeal.com/

Assistance to the Incarcerated Mentally Ill and human rights lawyers are taking the denial of treatment, incarceration, brutality and murders of mentally ill Americans before the World Court. Hear about the plan at our August 12 broadcast
http://www.blogtalkradio.com/humanrightsdemand/2014/08/12/human-rights-demand-for-justice

The second half of the tape at the above link is about Memphis Crisis Intervention Team (CIT) training - a national model that is sometimes ignored by Memphis Police Department to the detriment of persons with mental illness in that area. That is why a 19-year-old mentally ill youth was shot to death by police in 2012 in Memphis. See below an excerpt from "Memphis Body Count."
Memphis police officers shot and killed another black man. The most recent of six victims in 2012 was Christian Freeman, 19, a paranoid schizophrenic. He was killed on June 12, 2012, about 1:40 a.m. behind FedExForum near Fourth and Beale. Police claim Freeman charged at two officers with a knife and they shot him to death. That was Freeman's second encounter with police. He spent a month in a mental health ward after allegedly yelling and making obscene gestures at police officers in April 2012 at Fourth and Beale. Freeman's uncle in Texas, Todd Jones, said police should have tried to incapacitate and restrain Freeman rather than shooting him. Memphis Crisis Intervention Team (CIT) is used as a model for intervention services regarding arrests of mentally ill people in crisis, but Memphis police do not use it.http://freespeakblog.blogspot.com/2012/09/memphis-police-body-count.html

During the radio broadcast at "Human Rights Demand," we discussed H.R.3717, AOT, and other changes needed regarding how serious mental illness is treated in America. Please refer all affected persons to AIMI for possible inclusion in the 100 cases that will be prepared for our Complaint to the World Court on behalf of mentally ill Americans, who can expect NO PROTECTION FROM PRISON INVESTORS IN THE U.S. JUSTICE DEPARTMENT.

While you decide which part of this article to censor, I will be on to something else. Blessings.

Paragraph 1 repeated (because the censorship staff often opens my articles on cellphone view after the first part, which they censor): NSA, CIA, CoIntelPro, or whoever is censoring me today, please tell your bosses that IF they wanted people to believe the Justice Department will address Michael Brown's death fairly, they should have addressed the Wrongful Death of Larry Neal fairly instead of joining a RICO Act racketeering conspiracy, including censorship and persecution of his survivors to hide the secret arrest and murder of a mentally, physically disabled black man. 
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