Monday, December 26, 2011

Justice Dept: Ignore Mary Neal's Civil Rights; She's Black


Numerous reports indicate that Caucasian Americans worry that Attorney General Eric Holder is biased in favor of blacks. The opposite is true, as evidenced in these eight(8) paragraphs and one link this article carries. I assure America that the Department of Justice remains as racist as it reportedly was under Attorney General Hoover and even allows or facilitates CoIntelPro-like activities against minority citizens. Google "Cochran Firm Fraud."

Like three attorney generals before him, Holder’s Department of Justice covers up the government murder of Larry Neal, a disabled black man who was secretly arrested for 18 days in 2003 and killed under circumstances Memphis Shelby County Jail and the USDOJ refuse to disclose. In fact, Larry’s survivors are stalked online and in person, censored, and persecuted for requesting open disclosure and accountability regarding Larry’s death and for advocating to decriminalize mental illness in America. That Change would negatively impact prison profiteers.

I assure whites that Attorney General Holder and other black officials in government, certain civil and human rights organizations, and media companies oversee the plantation with zeal. Police brutality against African Americans and deaths of blacks in custody are frequently denied the public disclosure or investigations and corrective measures that follow dog abuse. Attorney General Holder even ignores Freedom of Information Act requests about my brother’s lynching, despite the presidential Executive Order regarding such requests. Larry was a harmless, lifelong schizophrenic heart patient who irritated police in their enforced role as psychiatric caretakers that followed Larry’s release from 20 years of psychiatric inpatient care.

White supremacy is safe when justice is entrusted to officials who blatantly disregard a black citizen’s right to life and his family’s right to due process of law regarding a wrongful death, then allow or facilitate crimes against the victim’s survivors to prevent public disclosure. In fact, there has been an “elite integration” among black and white decision makers who almost unanimously agree that Americans of no race deserve the protections afforded under the United States Constitution.

Alarmingly, almost 400 senators and members of Congress recently voted in favor of the National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA), which allows indefinite detention of Americans minus criminal charges or due process of law. "With the enactment of the NDAA, Americans suspected by the President of having committed a “belligerent act” may be apprehended by the military and detained without recitation of charges and without access to an attorney until such time as the President decides that the “War on Terror” is over" (New American). There can be no doubt that NDAA is  intended to intern Americans when one considers the fact that H.R. 3676 by Congressman Jeff Landry (R-LA), which would have eliminated the possibility of indefinite detention for Americans, was rejected by Congress. H.R.3676 stated: "United States citizens may not be detained against their will without all the rights of due process afforded to citizens in a court ordained or established by or under Article III of the Constitution of the United States."

Whereas millions of Americans are shocked that their representatives would pass a law that virtually eliminates the Bill of Rights, the Neal family has been subjected to such blatant disregard of human and civil rights for nearly a decade. The same is true for other minorities and whites who lack wealth. For more information, please see one of the numerous letters I have posted to Attorney General Holder about the secret arrest and murder of Larry Neal at my FreeSpeakBlog: “Open Letter to President Obama by Mary Neal” at this link – http://freespeakblog.blogspot.com/2011/11/open-letter-to-president-obama-from.html  . Perhaps if NDAA is not vetoed by the president, Americans will become accustomed to loved ones disappearing in government custody and emerging in body bags like Larry Neal did.

Complaining about such human rights crimes as having disabled relatives arrested and murdered may even qualify as “belligerent acts," under NDAA, which is how my complaints on behalf of Larry and other missing, abused and murdered mental patients of all races seem to be perceived by officials. Whenever Americans go missing in the future, their families might indeed have to ignore empty chairs at their dinner tables like people probably do in Communist China, especially African Americans and disabled citizens. Fear of FEMA camp internment would lessen the need for censorship that is applied to efforts by members of Assistance to the Incarcerated Mentally Ill on behalf of incarcerated mental patients and condemned Americans (see the comment below this article).

Article for justice by Mary Neal, human and civil rights activist; America's most censored; director of Assistance to the Incarcerated Mentally Ill ("AIMI"), an online advocacy organization to decriminalize mental illness and end capital punishment; chairperson of the Davis/MacPhail Truth Committee, organized to petition the USDOJ and GBI to re-investigate Officer MacPhail's murder in honor of Troy Davis' request to "keep fighting this fight"; organizer of the Human Rights for Prisoners March, a daily online march to benefit inmates, parolees, and probationers (an in-person march to be announced); sister of slain mentally, physically disabled American, Larry Neal, who was secretly arrested for 18 days in 2003 and murdered by police, with all requests for records and accountability DENIED (Google "Wrongful Death of Larry Neal"); writer and organizer commissioned by God to peacefully petition government for a redress of grievances regarding racism and class consciousness within the justice system, expose and oppose The (Johnnie) Cochran Firm fraud against its own clients, and protest corporate greed and government misdeeds as allowed under the Constitution of the United States of America (for now). Blessings!

2 comments:

Mary Neal said...

Hello to my English teachers. I know you are surprised I do not break this article into more paragraphs, but gaps that appear in my articles on cellphone view make me wonder if stalkers have identified specific sections for deletion. I found today that CoIntelPro went through a discussion strand at ASSISTANCE TO THE INCARCERATED MENTALLY ILL (AIMI) and deleted numerous posts from CCS, a member who made frequent reports about her bipolar son, William. See posts under "Sign-in to Say Hi (Second Strand)" at this link - http://www.care2.com/c2c/groups/disc.html?gpp=17280&pst=874745 - Posts by another member named Deb were repeatedly posted rather than CCS's updates about her son's mental health treatment and the toil on her own health as the mother of an acute mental patient in a system that threatened her 15-year-old with imprisonment rather than treatment. With 1.25 million mentally ill Americans and immigrants behind bars, it is ridiculous for my assigned cyber censorship team to try to hide such accounts. But cyberstalkers follow their instructions, assured that officials over the injustice system will do nothing to uphold AIMI members' First Amendment rights. The millions of mentally ill inmates, and persons who are at risk of future imprisonment as citizens with bipolar disorder, schizophrenia, Autism, PTSD, manic depression or dementia, are to shut up about the health discrimination in the United States that relegates mental illness to the Department of Corrections and physical illness to the Department of Health. CCS's son, William, is discussed in a few of the articles I published online, including one in my FreeSpeakBlog: "Fingerprints" at this link http://freespeakblog.blogspot.com/2010/02/fingerprints-by-mary-neal.html - As it was with Nazi Germany, America's mentally ill are frequently isolated and endure harsh punishment for being "unacceptably different." Censorship against advocacy to decriminalize mental illness negatively impacts all people with psychiatric dysfunctions and their families and next friends. What a large class we would make should we unite and sue for First Amendment violations that repeatedly happen and are allowed or facilitated by police and the federal government in order to minimize AIMI's effectiveness in our quest to decriminalize mental illness. I film my discussion strands and have asked members to also film, print or save them on discs. Proof is not an issue. AIMI discussion strands against capital punishment also disappear, which deprives condemned persons of our advocacy. I believe families of death row inmates and executed persons would also join the class action, especially if their loved ones are killed after petitions and articles against their executions were covertly deleted by cyberstalking that is protected by the government. Furthermore, censorship regarding human and civil rights deprives persons who have a right to know about and help with such initiatives the opportunity to do so. As Frederick Douglas pointed out, censorship is a double wrong; it violates the hearers as well as the speakers. Therefore, everyone on AIMI's and my personal mailing list as well as Care2's 14 million members who should have ready access to AIMI's public forum should be able to opt in on a class action regarding censorship applied to AIMI and Mary Neal, because such censorship deprives them of reports that would alert them to mental health law and specific cases of abuse or pending executions that they have a right to know about. That significantly expands the class. But the question is, do any Americans have First Amendment rights that are protected, other than Sarah Palin and other wealthy people, whose cyberstalkers are prosecuted and sent to prison? The working class in America are apparently perceived BY OUR ELECTED AND APPOINTED OFFICIALS as suppliers of tax revenue and military personnel rather than as citizens with rights that are protected.

Mary Neal said...

Stalker attack reportedly happened at Care2 on December 27, coincidentally. I guess my stalkers want to cover-up the cover-up, as usual. Perhaps they believe they can use the cyberattack at Care2 to excuse Assistance to the Incarcerated Mentally Ill's posts going missing and being edited FOR YEARS. That might work if we did not USE FILM. Accounts were supposedly reset. I bet mine did not get reset with a "reply all" button on my email account. That feature disappeared time we posted Cochran Firm Fraud 1 and 2 at YouTube in October 2008, and Care2 refuses to give it back to me. Also, I get a 1" x 2" screen to input Shares in my Sharebook now. If I use it despite the challenge and hit "submit," nothing happens. I filmed that BEFORE the cyberattack of 12/27 - repeatedly. Help Desk ignores my complaints. Imagine that from the "network that cares." Anyway, here is the message from Care2, where Assistance to the Incarcerated Mentally Ill is the very cyberstalked human rights group:

12/28/11 - To All Care2 Members:

Today we discovered that Care2.com servers were attacked, resulting in a security breach. The hackers were able to access login information for Care2 member accounts. Our team has worked to secure Care2.com against this type of attack from recurring.

To protect Care2 members we are resetting access to all Care2 accounts. The next time you login to Care2, you will be automatically emailed a new password, which will enable you to access your Care2 account as usual.

To secure your privacy, we highly recommend you immediately change your password for any accounts that share the password you previously used on Care2.

If you have any questions or concerns, please read our more detailed post.

We sincerely apologize for this inconvenience. We take the security of our members very seriously and are taking these extreme steps to reduce the chances of any possible negative consequences.

Randy Paynter
Founder & President, Care2