Thursday, April 7, 2011

Justice Gagged re Sick Vets

PARAGRAPH 1 ---  (15 paragraphs, 8 links carrying a cyberstalked post at Care2 beginning "Hello, AIMI members and online guests" and continuing for 9 paragraphs that comprise the total 15, signature block.  They even attacked the AIMI post after I republished it here, because the 1st paragraph mentions Sgt. Russel, a soldier they know they did wrong.)   Troy Davis was placed under a gag order years ago to prevent him from saying, "I'm innocent. Listen to my evidence.  Please help me."  I am not actually behind bars like Mr. Davis, but someone issued a gag order for Mary Neal, also.  My Internet usage is monitored and controlled 24/7 to prevent me from advocating for Troy Davis and other victims in and by the injustice system, including my mentally, physically disabled brother who was murdered after nearly three weeks of secret incarceration in Memphis/Shelby County Jail in 2003.  Larry Neal's death and my family's denial of justice that followed led me to become a prisoner activist and human rights advocate for poor and middle class Americans and world citizens who are either already imprisoned or intended to be slaves in the New World Order that is coming to power according to Revelation.


PARAGRAPH 2 --- When I publish articles, comments, tweets, Facebook posts, polls and petitions online, there is always interference by the censorship team.  Usually I publish whatever is being done to censor an article within the article itself.  Sometimes that detracts from the substance of the information being relayed.  Therefore, this blog will be used to expose the censorship attacks against my advocacy to give ASSISTANCE TO THE INCARCERATED MENTALLY ILL, expose THE COCHRAN FIRM FRAUD, support workers' rights and conduct our HUMAN RIGHTS FOR PRISONERS MARCH (Google capitalized terms).  Sometimes my articles and other publications are attacked and illegally edited.  


PARAGRAPH 3  --- In addition to my work being edited as I type, as can be seen on the video "PRISON LABOR PROFITS" I posted at YouTube channel jkempp703, numerous online posts I made were actually deleted in desperation to hide whatever injustice we exposed therein.  For instance, my polls at Voting Central were deleted after they had been read by thousands of people because they weighed public opinion regarding 1) DNA testing rights for inmates who claim innocence; 2) whether Thomas Arthur, an Alabama death row inmate, should be executed despite the fact that his DNA tests revealed he did not match any of the evidence tested; 3) whether Americans should have town hall meetings before setting aside the Bill of Rights; and 4) whether my family should sue The (Johnnie) Cochran Firm for the third time for defrauding my elderly mother and family as our wrongful death attorneys.  Five polls were deleted after a continuous fiasco of my password not working, my comments being blocked, and my polls being omitted when Voting Central publicized polls at Twitter, etc.  The unethical attorneys at The Cochran Firm (under new management) contracted with us under a secret conflict of interest then secretly withheld our lawsuit against Shelby County Jail while sending us lying status reports though U.S.Mail fraud until the Tennessee statute of limitations was at its end.  See http://WrongfulDeathOfLarryNeal.com


PARAGRAPH 4 --- Rather than continue to interrupt the flow of my articles to complain about cyberstalking, it seems prudent to start a blog to record the interference, post videos of the real-time cyberstalking that happens every time I go online, and notify the public of deleted work.  I believe the public should know what the cybercensorship team deletes, as that information may be most relevant.  


PARAGRAPH 5 --- Tonight I was disheartened to discover that my photo of HOMELESS VETERANS was deleted from my Care2 page.  I wrote a discussion post about the cyberstalking and had trouble posting it at Assistance to the Incarcerated Mentally Ill (AIMI), the human/civil rights group I founded and direct.  Finally, when the discussion point published at my Care2 group, I realized that I made an error when directing the public to Google my Care2 Share "What About Our Soldiers: A Discussion on PTSD by Mary Neal."  I mistakingly wrote "What About Our Veterans."  Authoratives (that's what I call them) do not want the public to know that prison investors await withdrawal of our troops hoping to incarcerate soldiers who act inappropriately due to PTSD.  For your convenience, the article that was also published on Military Forums is at this link:  http://www.care2.com/c2c/share/detail/1090358 -  Mental hospitals continue to close and funding for psychiatric care in communities is still declining, although imprisonment is more expensive than treatment.  Sick veterans are intended to join 1.25 million other Americans and immigrants already sentenced to prisons and jails for inappropriate conduct resulting from mental illness.  Therefore, the cyberdog on "censor Mary Neal" duty tonight noticed my error in substituting "Veterans" for "Soldiers," and he refused to allow me to use the edit function at Care2.  Likely, the discussion post with the error that will prevent many people from reaching the censored article "What About Our Soldiers" went to Care2 members who elected to receive AIMI updates in their email boxes (unless the email service did not work like it frequently does not, and neither does the Care2 email address posted for AIMI on our homepage).  If authoratives do not want to cause greater exposure for articles and photographs and videos they appoint cyberdogs to hide, they should not delete them, edit as I type, etc.  


PARAGRAPH 6 --- Huge blank spaces appeared on my Care2 profile page, and photos were removed, including my photo of homeless veterans and original graphics by a talented AIMI member.   The spots where photos were removed from my page say "Photobucket."  My photographs had nothing whatsoever to do with Photobucket.  Neither the original graphics that a member of AIMI made specifically for our group nor the homeless veterans photo was from Photobucket.  The vets' picture was from a site that allows use of its photographs - not Photobucket.  Assistance to the Incarcerated Mentally Ill is a problem for prison investors who would prefer that everyone forget about their sick relatives and neighbors who are imprisoned under harsh conditions, oftentimes in solitary confinement 23 hours per day, tasered or gassed when they experience a mental health crisis, and sometimes handcuffed to their bare iron bed rails and deprived of food for complaining.  One lifelong schizophrenic threatened a guard with rays from the moon for his mistreatment, and the young man now faces added sentencing for "making a terrorist threat."  This happened in California, a state that faces bankruptcy because of prison profiteering.  Whatever was done to kill my brother was so horrible that authoratives refuse to respond to federal subpoenas or release records about Larry's fatal incarceration under the Freedom of Information Act.  We figure poor Larry might have been used to train enhanced interrogation experts in waterboarding techniques, because Shelby County Jail was under the jurisdiction of the United States Department of Justice, which was doing that to people in Guantanamo at the time.


PARAGRAPH 7 --- I believe half of the people who follow @koffietime at Twitter and read my articles and blogs at http://FreeSpeakblog.blogspot.com and also at http://MaryLovesJustice.blogspot.com do so because they are interested in the infowar between the cyberdogs and Mary Neal.  Hypocrisy evidenced by my First Amendment violations has become a spectator sport for people across America and around the world - a reality show of "My Philosophy of Liberty v. COINTELPRO" (please Google my article by that name).  Below is a copy of the discussion post cyberdogs attacked at AIMI tonight. 


PARAGRAPH 8 --- Hello, AIMI members and online guests.  As we reported previously, up to 54% of military personnel involved in combat have some level of post traumatic stress disorder (PTSD).  AIMI published a petition to SAVE SGT. RUSSEL, who was a 44-year-old communication specialist from Sherman, Texas.  He served 16 years in the U.S. Army. Sgt. Russel was near the end of his third tour in Iraq when he allegedly gunned down five fellow service members at a Baghdad combat stress clinic when he was being escorted AWAY FROM the clinic where he had acted disorderly.  The clinic was the only place on base that could have helped the soldier and saved his comrades, but Sgt. Russel was removed from the clinic without psychiatric treatment he went there to receive. Sgt. Russel was charged with murder. He is no cold-blooded killer, but a soldier who broke under the stress of continuous combat missions. I understand that Sgt. Russel was tried for murder, but cyberdogs (the censorship team) prevents my learning what was done to punish the soldier for being sick.  Whenever I try to open a link about him, cyberdogs kick me offline or redirect my browser (even when I am away from home, because they send stalkers to observe what computer I use at public libraries or computer rental businesses and take them over, also).  Please let me know if you can what happened to Sgt. Russel.

PARAGRAPH 9 --- Tonight I discovered that the picture of HOMELESS VETERANS was removed from my Care2 page at this link - http://www.care2.com/c2c/people/profile.html?pid=513396753 

PARAGRAPH 10 --- The censorship team prevents this Twitter tweet from posting to prevent my complaints about the censorship:

PARAGRAPH 11 --- @iammilitary Cyberdogs removed HOMELESS VETERANS photo fr my page @Care2. Hate my advocacy 4 vets' mental wounds to be treated, not punished

PARAGRAPH 12 --- I hate the idea of veterans transitioning home from the battlefield to become prisoners of war in America - incarcerated for mental wounds they suffered while thinking they were serving their country.  Whether or not we agree with the war, occupation, invasion, conflict (or whatever you call it), we should all care about our men and women in uniform and support them.  Supporting brave military people does not include jailing them for offenses that arose out of mental illness they might not have had if not for military service.  But prison profiteering is spreading in America like an airborne disease, and no one is exempt from being used by capitalists in the prison system that preys on poor and middle class citizens and immigrants.

PARAGRAPH 13 --- Please Google my Sharebook article:  "What About Our Soldiers?" 

PARAGRAPH 14 --- That ends the discussion post that I think was finally allowed to publish at AIMI.  I do not know for sure because cyberdogs are capable of effecting computer-specific views.  I was congratulated by another human rights activist this week.  When he learned that my computer use is monitored and controlled 24/7, he said, "You must be doing good work."  Whereas I appreciate his compliment, I wish America really was a place where citizens have free speech and freedom of press, even if what we want to use freedom of expression for is to petition government for a redress of grievances and take a stand for active duty military people and sick veterans.  You would have to ask a cyberdog why the font and line spacing change throughout this article.  I discovered a couple of years ago during my family's lawsuit against The (Johnnie) Cochran Firm that certain parts of my articles are coded to be ineligible for printing and copying.  Maybe that was also done to this article.  

PARAGRAPH 15 --- As Dr. King said, there is a need for America to 'be true to what she said on paper."

Blessings,
Mary Neal

3 comments:

Mary said...

Paragraph 6 re Photobucket was cyberstalked. They made it double-spaced. It is probably full of codes and slated for removal. Paragraph 6 eliminates the cyberdogs' intended excuse that the photos were removed lawfully, because they were original graphics and legally used pictures that had nothing ever to do with Photobucket.

Thanks.

MaryLovesJustice Neal said...

PARAGRAPH 6 --- Huge blank spaces appeared on my Care2 profile page, and photos were removed, including my photo of homeless veterans and original graphics by a talented AIMI member. The spots where photos were removed from my page say "Photobucket." My photographs had nothing whatsoever to do with Photobucket. Neither the original graphics that a member of AIMI made specifically for our group nor the homeless veterans photo was from Photobucket. The vets' picture was from a site that allows use of its photographs - not Photobucket. Assistance to the Incarcerated Mentally Ill is a problem for prison investors who would prefer that everyone forget about their sick relatives and neighbors who are imprisoned under harsh conditions, oftentimes in solitary confinement 23 hours per day, tasered or gassed when they experience a mental health crisis, and sometimes handcuffed to their bare iron bed rails and deprived of food for complaining. One lifelong schizophrenic threatened a guard with rays from the moon for his mistreatment, and the young man now faces added sentencing for "making a terrorist threat." This happened in California, a state that faces bankruptcy because of prison profiteering. Whatever was done to kill my brother was so horrible that authoratives refuse to respond to federal subpoenas or release records about Larry's fatal incarceration under the Freedom of Information Act. We figure poor Larry might have been used to train enhanced interrogation experts in waterboarding techniques, because Shelby County Jail was under the jurisdiction of the United States Department of Justice, which was doing that to people in Guantanamo at the time.

Update: Years ago, I wondered where enhanced interrogation experts gained the 80 hours of training that the government said they had before going to Guantanamo Bay to torture War on Terror detainees. It turns out that I may have been correct about the government using black mentally ill inmates for torture training. Google "Gregory Stampley Stillwater Prison Minnesota."

MaryLovesJustice Neal said...

Georgia is preparing to EXECUTE a mentally ill man, Warren Hill, who "somehow" got a board of wood with long nails driven through it and beat his cellmate to death while he slept. Did the prison know how dangerous Hill was? Absolutely. He was already imprisoned for murder. Therefore, Hill's murder by the State on January 27, 2015, and his victim's murder, will be excellent fits for our "AIMI vs. USA" legal action before the International Court in 2015. Read about Hill at

http://dogjusticeformentallyill.blogspot.com/2013/02/georgia-kills-mentally-ill-inmates.html