Friday, September 18, 2015

Leonard Peltier Writes from Prison at 71

Published September 12, 2015
COLEMAN, FLORIDA – Leonard Peltier is celebrating his 71st birthday today. Peltier is incarcerted at the U.S. Penitentiary in Coleman, Florida  for his 1977 conviction in connection with a shootout with U.S. government forces, where two FBI agents and one young American Indian lost their lives.
Peltier released the following statement from prison today:
September 12, 2015
Greetings everyone,
Well, today is another b-day for me — my 71st. I had hoped I would not be here at this age, but that’s not to be. So, I have to take a deep breath and slowly let it out… and prepare myself for yet another day in here.
February 6th marks my 40th year in prison. How many of you know that when I was indicted a life sentence was 7 years? I was sentenced to 2 life sentences, so with good time I have served 6 + life sentences. I suppose all of this time has taken its toll on my body. I have a number of different health issues that come with old age. The one I’m most concerned about is my prostate.
Otherwise, I’m still getting compliments on how good I look for my age (smile). People can be nice and say things that make me feel good once in awhile. But I’m told this so often that I’m starting to believe it (smile).
HEY, DID YOU KNOW THAT THE LAST TIME I WENT BEFORE THE PAROLE COMMISSION (2009), I WAS DENIED BECAUSE I LOOKED YOUNG AND HEALTHY… AND A REASON GIVEN FOR DENYING ME PAROLE WAS THAT I MIGHT BE TOO MUCH OF AN INFLUENCE ON THE YOUNG NATIVES? YEAH, ONLY IN AMERICA. Well, People, I don’t know how much longer I have left on Mother Earth — or if I will even be around for the next few years — but I always hope and pray that I can be out there to spend my last few remaining years with you. If not, so be it. I have been in here too long to cry now. I just wish for more time to give to my People and to all freedom loving People in the world.
And get this: In October 1984, when the Parole Commission was repealed by Congress, the Commission was given six years to give me a parole date… all of us “old time” prisoners really (those convicted prior to 1984). Yes, this is all true. All you have to do is research it, and I bet you will come away shocked as hell that this can happen in your country. The Parole Commission is the only Government agency that has been repealed and reinstated 35 days later without having to go through the normal congressional channels and signed into law by the President. How does this happen in a democracy?
I’ve been encouraged by things I’ve read recently though. And looking back… It’s been over 60 years, maybe a little longer. I was around 7 or 8 years old when I heard the old People talking about taking care of Mother Earth. But for me anyway, as with all young People, I did not really understand what they were trying to tell us, I guess? But I see today the traditionalists were correct and AIM People were right when we took it up as a rallying cry to the world. Still, when we spoke out against the destruction of Mother Earth, we were called a bunch of nuts. Well, today, it is called climate change, and there are now millions of us crying out against the destruction of out Mother Earth. Amazing, huh? Thankfully I have lived this long and can see we just might win this war. I know it’s not over — far from it — but the world is waking up and talking about it now. So, it can be won in our lifetime.
Free Leonard Peltier
Thanks again for all of the love you have shown me over these 40 years. You have all been worth it.
In the Spirit of Crazy Horse…
Leonard Peltier
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Lorenzo Johnson: In, Out, In

We have a serious problem in this country when it comes to the prosecutors who fail to serve the public. Prosecutors are very powerful and have vast resources at their disposal when seeking convictions. While some prosecutors do their work honestly and defend justice, there are others who are responsible for intentionally condemning innocent people. As if this were not enough, they have all that is necessary to maintain these false convictions.

Last year, a record 125 innocent prisoners were exonerated. This high number does not scratch the surface of the actual number of innocent prisoners who are still fighting to prove their innocence. I'm one of them. We are in a scary position, because for many of us, the same prosecutors who served us our injustice remain on our cases. Or new prosecutors have taken their place, only to turn a blind eye to what happened and to keep us living our nightmare. For them, it's just another day of work.

I am one of many innocent prisoners who can demonstrate blatant misconduct of the continuous pursuit. This fault caused me to receive a sentence to life imprisonment for a crime I never committed. I was released from prison in 2012 by the Third Circuit Court of Appeals, which stated that the evidence used to convict me was insufficient as a matter of law. It was not good enough for the prosecutor on my case, who filed an appeal to the Supreme Court of the United States, which led to my wrongful conviction being restored.

After only 148 days reunion with my family, I had to return to a life sentence that did not belong to him me. But I didn't stop the fight. My legal team reviewed my case from top to bottom. We discovered that the prosecution actually knew that I was innocent from the first day. After 19 years, the prosecution has recovered the missing documents from my case of discovery. None of my lawyers had ever seen the documents before. These documents have confirmed that the prosecutor knowingly and voluntarily allowed perjury from the state's main witness, who, we have also discovered, had been a suspect in the murder. In his speech to the jury, the prosecutor in my case said he had to believe this witness because she had no reason to lie. He omitted informing my defense and the jury that this same witness was a suspect in this case.

My attorney, despite all these revelations of my innocence and a mountain of evidence proving prosecutorial misconduct, continues to oppose my justification or a new trial. To do this, it is not based on his testimony; neither is it based on my guilt. He is standing on procedural grounds, claiming that I filed my call late. Surprisingly, my attorney blamed me for not finding this new evidence earlier. His argument is that his office had an "open file" policy with my trial lawyer. However, I have signed statements from my original lawyers saying that they never saw these documents and that if they had, they would have used this information to attack the witness. Once again, I'm just one of many innocent prisoners of whose case proves the prosecutors are not affected by justice. For them, it is mainly about maintaining our convictions.

As innocent prisoners, we call on the rest of society to be as outraged as we are that this type of fault is so common in our judicial system. I speak facts that you can check for yourselves. I'm one of the skeletons in the closet of prosecutors who have maliciously imprisoned an innocent man. Without the attention and the support of the public, this injustice will never end. Every week, you see one of us on CNN. Take a look at Albert Woodfox's nightmare. After more than forty years, a federal judge ordered his release. The prosecution in his case knows that he is innocent but continues to fight against his release. The widow of the victim in case also accepts that Woodfox is innocent and must be released. This kind of support from the family of the victim is rare. But prosecutors are not interested in justice in our cases.

I congratulate the district attorney of Brooklyn, Kenneth Thompson, for the excellent work he has done by helping the exemptions who came out of his office. We need more prosecutors like him who stand for justice. When has it ever been acceptable to kidnap someone, remove the person from his loved ones, and place him in a cage for nothing? The time that we innocent prisoners are behind bars varies; it may vary from one day to our natural lives. This is our reality when prosecutors ignore our innocence and deprive us of justice. My talking openly about the truth has made my battle against an unjust prosecutor even more difficult. But what am I supposed to do -- just sit quietly in this cell and to serve a sentence of life when I'm innocent? 


Lorenzo Johnson served 16.5 years of a life without parole sentence, from 1995 to 2012, before the Third Circuit Federal Court of Appeals ruled that there was insufficient evidence to support his conviction. Johnson had been free for four months before the U.S. Supreme Court unanimously reinstated the
conviction and ordered Lorenzo back to prison to resume serving the sentence. With the help of Michael Wiseman, Esq., the Jeffrey Deskovic Foundation for Justice, the Campaign to Free Lorenzo Johnson, and others, he continues to fight for his freedom. Please sign his petition and learn more:

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Monday, July 20, 2015

Be Gone, Gullible People

Depopulating my social media pages: Will everybody who thinks this administration is doing a fine job PLEASE LEAVE MY FRIENDSHIP ROLES NOW. This administration withholds information and investigation regarding the secret arrest and "wrongful death of Larry Neal" (Google the website). It allows or does continuous attacks against my free speech rights. Before you think of another excuse for this administration, know that the jail where Larry was killed was under direct overview by the USDOJ following a lawsuit by the USA for inmate abuse, so Larry's protection was the fed's JOB, and so is investigating and prosecuting his murderers. This administration also stopped the release of thousands of black inmates by appealing the federal judge's ruling that the Fair Sentencing Act must be applied retroactively, then you dance in the streets over a few pardons. This administration signed NDAA, allowing indefinite detention of Americans without criminal charges and allowing detainees NO defense (the concentration camp bill). I don't care to be associated with such gullible people. Please leave now. I don't want to run into any of your brain-dead comments regarding this administration on my home pages ever again. I've tried for years not to say anything, but the stupidity of the statements I have to read from some of you have gotten ridiculous. You must be incurably ignorant or masochists. I want to be associated only with persons who have a healthy attitude of self-respect, who demand liberty and justice for ALL. Remove your friendship from the following social media sites: Care2, Google+, Facebook, Twitter. We have nothing in common. "What's she talking about?" new friends may ask. See "Rally Against Deaths in Custody" IF "THEY" LET YOU.

Thursday, July 16, 2015

FCC, FTC, BBB Racially Prejudice

~ Johnnie Cochran's Name being used to defraud African Americans ~
The Cochran Firm Fraud, by Mary Neal 

The FCC must help Americans 
Avoid malpractice and FRAUD
Make The Cochran Firm remove its ads
Its promises are mostly VOID

“It’s not a law firm,” federal court declared
After very careful review
“Stop defrauding the public right now,” I say
“Your day of reckoning is due”

“We’ll appeal the Court’s decision
To judges who’ve helped us before
California Supreme Court cheers our frauds
We’ll trick Black people much more!

Supreme Court gave us victory in 'Hadley'
When we switched that signature page
Sent that class of Niggers packin’
With nothing but small change!

Yes, we work behind clients’ backs
Protecting Big Business and cops
We love defrauding Black people
Their upward mobility we stop!

Johnnie Cochran thought Black lives matter
Had the darkies thinking that, too
Now we use his name to trick them
Withholding justice that’s due"

Media companies are completely silent about the federal court's decision that The Cochran Firm is NOT a law firm. The National Law Journal published an article (see the url below) announcing the federal court's pending decision in November 2014, but I could find no followup article when the court ruled that The Cochran Firm is NOT a law firm on May 12, 2015. Apparently, the FCC, FTC, and media companies plan for African Americans to continue to be victimized by The Cochran Firm, which continues to advertise for legal clients, disregarding the federal court's ruling, and nobody is warning potential victims. That is racism.

If the federal court's decision is appealed, CA Supreme Court will have another opportunity to help The Cochran Firm escape justice. *The CA Supreme Court Refused to Hear the Plaintiffs' Case in "Hadley, et al. vs. The Cochran Firm" When The Cochran Firm Switched the Signature Page from a Mediation Agreement and Affixed it to a Settlement Agreement Its Clients Had Never Seen or Heard About.* When the Devious Lawyers Settled the African Americans' Lawsuit Against Their Employer for Less Than the Racial Discrimination Case Was Worth, CA Supreme Court Upheld The Cochran Firm in Its Legal Malpractice, Fraud, and Racism by Refusing to Hear the Case. See a review about the case at

The operating system in my computer was destroyed on July 3, probably because I exposed the federal court's decision regarding The Cochran Firm's failure to meet the standard to be called a law firm. This is the most elaborate plot against justice for African Americans since CoIntelPro supposedly ended in the 1970's - misusing Johnnie Cochran's name and reputation to defraud deliberately uninformed legal consumers throughout America. The overwhelming majority of The Cochran Firm's clients are African Americans; therefore, the so-called law firm's racketeering is being allowed to continue unreported by media companies and without censure by the FCC, FTC, and BBB. The Confederate Flag waves in their hearts.

See the Order that was issued May 12, 2015, by United States District Court Judge Philip Gutierrez dissolving (i.e., cancelling and dismissing) the preliminary injunction that The Cochran Firm had obtained to "protect" its alleged trademark.The Cochran Firm, P.C. - Order Dissolving Preliminary Injunction related to "The Cochran Firm vs. Randy McMurray, Esq." Among the highlights from the order are the following passages:

1. "Defendant [McMurray] has met his burden that Plaintiff [The Cochran Firm] has unclean hands in the use of its trademark by advertising itself as a national law firm when there is no evidence that the individual offices are connected other than through agreements with Plaintiff." (Page 11.)

2. "In assessing whether [The Cochran Firm] meets the definition of a law firm under the California Rules of Professional Conduct, the Court finds that ... [The Cochran Firm], together with all of the individual regional offices, do not fit this definition." (Page 12.)


The Cochran Firm Fraud Failed in CA Fed. Court

Eric Garner's family settled for $5.9 million for his wrongful death by police, whereas John Crawford, III, whose survivors were represented by The Cochran Firm, demanded only $75,000. Garner was committing a misdemeanor by selling loose cigarettes and was seen on video arguing with police before his murder by choke hold. Crawford, on the other hand, was simply shopping and talking on his cellphone in an Ohio Walmart store, breaking no laws whatsoever when police rushed in and shot him. Both were high profile cases. The difference is that one man's survivors were represented by real lawyers, and Crawford's family was defrauded by The Cochran Firm like mine was. Crawford's girlfriend was killed on January 1, 2015, when the car she and her driver were in suddenly accelerated to a high speed. The car may have been hacked. She had her own attorney, not The Cochran Firm. Did she die because of mechanical failure or because she was an intelligent black woman?

Do your job, media companies, FCC, BBB and FTC. Stop false advertising. Black legal consumers deserve protection from white supremacists and black Confederate soldiers falsely operating as a law firm. Black lives matter.

Happy Ida B. Wells Day!
Wells was born on July 16, exactly 153 years ago. She was a journalist who was unafraid to expose white supremacists. Surprisingly, even in 2015, so called black-owned media companies have not reported The Cochran Firm fraud against African Americans, or it could not continue. 

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Friday, June 26, 2015

Small Victories, by AIMI

Assistance to the Incarcerated Mentally Ill (AIMI) is on air Wednesdays around midnight EST. Join us by phone at (818)572.2947This is PTSD Awareness Month, and we want everyone who battles with PTSD to know we support you. Congressman Tim Murphy (PA-18) announced $15 million in funding for Assisted Outpatient Treatment (AOT) is included in the appropriations bill. Thank you for small beginnings, U.S. Congress. NAMI has pledged support for "Helping Familes in Mental Health Crisis Act of 2015," saying "Representatives Tim Murphy (R-Pa.) and Eddie Bernice Johnson (D-Texas) have introduced HR 2646, the 'Helping Families in Mental Health Crisis Act of 2015.' This introduction begins a legislative process toward mental health reform, which is long overdue. NAMI has submitted a letter of support to Representatives Murphy and Johnson indicating our appreciation of their leadership and our commitment to work with them to pass comprehensive mental health legislation." Research the bill online, and please urge your congressional representatives to support it. If they are not prison investors or bribed by private prison companies' lobbyists, they will support H.R.2646.

More people are becoming aware of the injustice of imprisoning rather than treating mental illness before crises because of AIMI. In prisons and jails, all mentally ill inmates are treated inhumanely, especially African Americans and Hispanics, who are starved to death, boiled to death, beaten to death, Tasered to death, baked to death, and driven to suicide by solitary confinement torture, all without any accountability being demanded of abusive corrections officers or their superiors. Mentally ill people are victims in more than 50 percent of police violence incidents. We attribute all three victories listed above to you, the People who stand up for the human rights of persons with serious mental illness. Homelessness, prison, and death must cease being America's response to serious mental illness. Thank you for giving "Assistance to the Incarcerated Mentally Ill" and to people who live behind bars or under the threat of arrest because of a common, treatable health condition. 

Please help our advocacy work to continue its victories by purchasing a very well-written book by a lifelong human rights advocate who has bipolar disorder:  "Bloody Toombs" by Bob Darby now available through Amazon! > Read a long, free preview at this site. Select "look inside" at the Amazon webpage. Darby came of age as a privileged Caucasian in the Deep South during the civil rights movement and Vietnam War era. He always opposed racism and avoidable wars. His stance against both created a serious rift between himself and conservative whites who were his prominent family and friends. Darby attended Ivy League universities in the Northeast after attaining his undergraduate degree in Psychology from Emory University in the 1960's, and attended Harvard and Tufts on a full scholarship because of his high intelligence level. However, Darby is also a bipolar man who experienced arrests and homeliness during his psychotic crises. His training in psychology helped him to vividly explain his psychosis like we have never read before.

Travel with Darby through America's most turbulent time periods during social upheavals caused by racism, war, sexual freedom, and drugs, and observe the changes in how mental illness was dealt with then and now. Thank you in advance for your "Assistance to the Incarcerated Mentally Ill" by your purchase of this book, which is like "Forest Gump" and "Having Our Say: The Delany Sisters' First Hundred Years" in that the memoir and allegory helps us to explore the history of issues that have universal importance.

Darby is founder of the Atlanta chapter of "Food Not Bombs," which he directed for over a decade and provided thousands of meals to homeless people using his own money as well as donations. He continues to be a peace activist and is a Georgia coordinator of the "School of The Americas Watch." I met Darby at a "Save Troy Davis" rally over a decade ago and have been friends with him ever since. I learned that Darby and his friends from universities Up North traveled to my hometown in Fayette County, Tennessee in the late 1960's to help African Americans register to vote during our county's Tent City era. Darby's book will make readers feel like they were actually at the riot in Harvard Square over the war and draft and sitting with him in Toombs County, Georgia the night that the Freedom Riders drove through without stopping because of the great assembly of whites with rifles, Confederate flags, and burning torches waiting to attack and kill the "uppity Nigras and Nigger-lovers" thereon. I rely on you to share this invitation to read the preview of Darby's book at and order your copy from that site or from Create Space at > "Bloody Toombs" will also be available as a Kindle eBook. Thank you in advance for participating in this fundraiser to give "Assistance to the Incarcerated Mentally Ill" and obtain an excellent addition to your summer reading. 

The price for "Bloody Toombs" is presently only $26.00, but the price may rise once the book becomes available in bookstores, libraries, colleges and universities this fall. Thank you for ordering your copy now at this introductory low price. Darby has previously shared his memoir and allegory with close personal friends, and this is the first time it has been published for the general public. There is a bootlegger selling copies of "Bloody Toombs" at an online site out of Europe for 84.00 Eruo ($94.00), for which the author receives no proceeds. Patent and trademark attorneys are asked to contact Mary Neal to assist in shutting down this violation against Bob Darby's creative product. We feel that the difference in price should address the issue, but there are many wealthy prison investors in the USA who might prefer to pay three times as much for the book and cheat the author. Neither they nor this bootlegger have scruples, despite their urgency to pass the Trans-Pacific Trade Agreement (TPP) with its " ... new standards for Internet access, intellectual property and investor protections ... such trade agreements have resulted in lost manufacturing jobs and lower wages for American workers" (NYTimes). 

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Thursday, June 18, 2015

Habitual Killings of Georgia's Mentally Ill People

Mentally challenged people are regularly killed in Georgia with or without a death warrant. Brandon Rhode died a horrendous, torturous death by execution -- killed by lethal injection drugs imported from behind a British bicycle shop. The young man was born with fetal alcohol syndrome. He lived a short, troubled life before being charged with murder and sentenced to death. Brandon was so afraid that he tried to commit suicide by cutting his own throat days before his execution. But Brandon failed and died a slow, brutal death on Georgia's execution table. Numerous other mentally challenged Georgians have been similarly put down like rabid dogs since Brandon, who is pictured below. See the wound on his neck from his failed suicide.

Killings of mentally ill people happen outside of prisons and jails, also. The nation was saddened this spring by the death of a U.S. Air Force veteran who went jogging naked. Because Anthony Hill, 27, was naked, it should have been obvious to DeKalb County Police Officer Robert Olsen that Hill had no weapon. It should have been possible for police officers to capture Hill without lethal force, but Olsen shot Hill and then used the universally accepted words: "I feared for my life." That explanation is especially effective killings of unarmed mental patients, it seems. It is as though eugenicists have ordered police to kill mentally ill Americans, including our veterans whose minds were affected in service to their country. See Hill, who was killed for streaking, in a photo below.
Murder of Matthew Ajibade, a bipolar computer science student, in police custody, and cover-up
The death of a 21-year-old computer science student in police custody has been ruled a homicide from blunt force trauma and has resulted in the termination of nine deputies who strapped him to a restraining chair on New Year’s Day 2015 and allegedly beat him to death. Although the county attorney’s office initially claimed that the deputies were fired last month (April 2015) for general policy violations, the coroner confirmed that the deputies lost their jobs on the same day that he signed the student’s death certificate. The student’s family only became aware of the death certificate’s existence after a photograph of the document was leaked on social media. Ajibade lived in an Atlanta suburb. His girlfriend reportedly told police that Ajibade had been diagnosed as having bipolar disorder three years ago, and that was probably why he was murdered.
I found it especially unacceptable for Georgia to execute Warren Hill. Hill allegedly killed his cellmate by bashing his head with a board of wood with nails driven through it. How did Hill get such a weapon in a controlled environment? Why did the mentally ill killer even have a cellmate? (Hill was incarcerated after doing another murder.) Hill was not the first mentally ill man in Georgia to kill his cellmate. It also happened in DeKalb County Jail a few years ago. I fear that if this trend continues to be successful, inmates the prison guards dislike will be matched with homicidal mental patients like Hill, who are equipped with deadly weapons that nobody accounts for them having.

Like all metropolitan areas in America, mentally ill citizens in the Atlanta area are being killed behind bars and on our streets, with or without due process of law. Because I write reports about these deaths, my computers and phones are attacked. I suspect this is done by DeKalb County Police, since they flatly refused to trace the IP addresses I gave police on a complaint, thinking that they would locate and charge the hackers. Instead, a DeKalb County Detective Miller told me it is NOT illegal to takeover my computers and phones, preventing incoming and outgoing calls, steal my emails, and steal documents from my computer's hard drive. This interference worsens as I complain rather than decreasing. I know of no exception to Americans' First Amendment rights if those rights are used to advocate for alternatives to homelessness, imprisonment, and deaths of mentally ill people. 

I just wrote tweets to DeKalb County's acting CEO Lee May and told him how disturbing I find my computer and phone sabotage to be. I had written to the prior CEO, also, via emails. After receiving no response, I went to the DeKalb County Government building to apply for a meeting with Ellis in person. Burrell Ellis gave the impression of ignoring me, but I don't think he did. In fact, the day after I tried to see Ellis, two police officers arrived at my home with a mental health worker to threaten me not to ever tell police superiors about police ignoring my complaints. That was a rude, outright violation against my civil rights if not a criminal violation of the public trust. I think Ellis sent them. Officials like to pretend not to know about my illegal oppression, especially those who have a duty to correct such conditions once they know about them. Ellis faces incarceration himself at this time on charges for other corruption. God fights for righteousness. 

Georgia pretends to be proud of one of its most famous native sons - Rev. Martin Luther King, Jr., who spent his adult life urging America to "be true to what she said on paper" and honor the human and civil rights of all its citizens. He organized pickets and marches throughout the South and in Washington, D.C. to alert the world to how African Americans were being treated sub-human. When I went downtown Atlanta in 2010 and stood on the corner of Auburn Avenue, the street where Dr. King was born, where it intersects with Peachtree Street, I warned my people that The Cochran Firm frauds had been awarded a dismissal in "Neals v. The Cochran Firm" on the supposition that the Atlanta office, where I served suit, was not a Cochran Firm office. I told passers-by about my mentally ill brother's lynching, which The Cochran Firm's deliberately prevented from going to court, although the firm was under contract to work in the Neals' interests. 

I picketed there because The Cochran Firm was again in the position to defraud a black family in a wrongful death by police case, the murder of 92-year-old Kathryn Johnston, who Atlanta police killed in a home invasion in 2006. Black police officers arrived and threatened me, telling me I'd better get my ass home before they Taser and arrest me. When I complained to officials, the city's mayor, Kasim Reed, and mostly black administrators told me they thought the police did the right thing. In Nazi Germany, elders were killed right along with the 300,000 mentally ill people of all races, in order to make an "efficient nation." I have proof that the Kathryn Johnston case was also mishandled.

One of the main reasons for my surveillance and violations against my First Amendment rights probably happen is because I exposed The Cochran Firm fraud against African Americans. The Cochran Firm defrauded my family while under contract as our wrongful death attorneys for my handicapped brother, Larry Neal. We then sued for malpractice and fraud, but The Cochran Firm committed perjury which was accepted by two Atlanta, Georgia courts - Georgia Superior Court and United States District Court (USDC). The firm claimed not to have any law offices at all in Georgia. Now The Cochran Firm is in California courts conflicting its own statements made in the Georgia courts. It claims in California that all Cochran Firm offices are one firm. I believe The Cochran Firm may be a continuation of the CoIntelPro program, whose mandate was to "keep wealth out of black hands." Central California USDC pronounced on May 12, 2015, that The Cochran Firm is NOT a law firm. That should end the covert racism against its own clients by these officers of the court. See the court order below in the article below: "Cochran Firm Fraud Fails in California Court"

I continue to advocate for mentally ill Americans, who are treated like the "least among us, His brethren." It is dangerous to threaten the prison industrial complex, which makes most of its $100billion per year by imprisoning America's mentally ill citizens. Therefore, I report anything that makes me uncomfortable but usually not in this blog, which might be read by persons who are particularly sensitive regarding this issue - mentally ill Americans and their families. I felt very uncomfortable when a U.S. Marshal came to my house and warned me about a murder suspect with an automatic weapon he claimed was living two doors away from me, and I made the report in my "FreeSpeakBlog". The marshal could not explain why he did not search the house he spoke about or why the Government felt I should receive a direct warning while none of my neighbors were warned. It seemed to be more government intimidation.

I continue to struggle for satisfactory closure regarding my personal justice quest regarding the secret arrest and wrongful death of my mentally, physically disabled brother, Larry Neal, who was murdered in Memphis Shelby County Jail in 2003 after 18 days of secret arrest. At AIMI, we continue to advocate for 1.25 million mentally ill Americans behind bars who should be in hospitals or community care under assisted outpatient treatment (AOT) programs. It is very difficult to do this work with inadequate equipment. I noted today that my cellphone cannot take pictures (a new phone), and my computer is being attacked more frequently. I object to these intrusions against my human and civil rights, and I am not afraid to object all the way to the United Nations. When people anywhere are being targeted for isolation and murdered en masse, as mentally ill people are in the United States, it should be addressed by the United Nations and all world citizens. See "AIMI vs. USA" online.

To increase security, I immediately share whatever happens with the public via Internet. I will continue to do that at least until the Trans-Pacific Partnership Act (TPP) deletes Americans' freedom of press online. Then we will find other ways to communicate. Slaves did, civil rights advocates did in the 1960's, and so will we find alternative methods to give Assistance to the Incarcerated Mentally Ill. This work will continue, no matter who objects to mentally ill Americans having human rights. As I have told CoIntelPro repeatedly, I am not their slave. Please follow me at Twitter, where I am @koffietime > 

Advocacy article by MaryLovesJustice Neal
Director of "Human Rights Demand" channel at Blogtalkradio
Website: Wrongful Death of Larry Neal
Phone 678.531.0262 or (571)335-1741
(Police may not let my phone ring. I'm sorry.)
Please comment below if CoIntelPro prevents either link from accessing the data at ten(10) urls in this article and signature. If you copy to share, separate the links from the next word. Hackers sometimes join them to prevent live links. See this video for a possible example of CoIntelPro/NSA interference:

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Tuesday, June 2, 2015

USDOJ, Albuquerque Police Agreement

Court approves APD, DOJ settlement agreement The U.S. Department of Justice (USDOJ) investigated the Albuquerque Police Department (APD) and found a pattern of abuse, then signed an Agreement with APD demanding positive changes. But this means nothing positive for American people. In fact, it probably means that future police violations against human and civil rights in that city will be covered-up by both agencies. I regard their Agreement as being an understanding between the two parties that future killings should be done behind bars where they can be more easily contained.

The USA also investigated and found a pattern of abuse in Shelby County Jail in Memphis, Tennessee (the nation's third largest jail). The USA sued Shelby County Jail for violating inmates' civil rights. The parties arrived at an Agreement that imposed safeguards for inmates and a duty by the jail to make periodic reports to the USDOJ, especially about any deaths in custody. When Larry Neal was secretly arrested for 18 days and murdered in Shelby County Jail shortly after the Agreement, the USDOJ helped the jail cover-up the mentally ill heart patient's kidnapping and murder and has steadfastly refused to give the Neal family any records or information about the black man's death. Based on what happened in Memphis, if/when Albuquerque Police Department violates its Agreement with the USDOJ and continues to kill people, then federal and local officials will unite to hide abuses of power, and family members who complain will be censored, persecuted, and surveilled, especially non-whites.

I wrote the information above on a comment to the news report about the Albuquerque Police Department and USDOJ reaching a settlement agreement regarding APD's pattern of abuse. We will see now if it will be published or censored. In any case, don't let the USDOJ fool you. The DOJ Is Criminal and Racist and has no intention of reducing overuse of force by police, mass incarceration, or racism under the color of law. It is an anti-American agency run by people who have no respect for the U.S. Constitution, the Universal Declaration for Human Rights, or the Holy Bible.

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