I am very grateful to PressTV for exposing crimes against humanity in America. In order to cover-up the secret arrest and wrongful death of Larry Neal, my family lives under constant surveillance, and I endure censorship, cyberstalking, and terrorism to prevent disclosure about Larry's murder and frequent abuse and murders of other acute mental patients. Although it does not happen as often for white people as for blacks, white mentally ill persons are also brutalized and killed in America, like Kelly Thomas and Tim Souders were (Google their names to see films showing their murders by police). The difference is that when police kill white mentally ill people, their families are not subjected to the an elaborate government cover-up involving attorney fraud and gangstalking to prevent disclosure, which is the modern equivalent of cross-burning to silence opposition to lynchings.
The Neal family is hopeful that terrorism and censorship to prevent disclosure about Larry Neal's murder will end with the release of PressTV's documentary on racism and the release of "Lawless America - The Movie" and my book "Cochran Firm Fraud."
Since being interviewed by PressTV, my home was burglarized in August 2012, and the only things stolen were boxes of original court records from our two lawsuits against The Cochran Firm, CoIntelPro attorneys who were apparently instructed to keep Larry's wrongful death case against Memphis Shelby County Jail from going to court. This was done by contracting with my aged mother to represent the Neals in a wrongful death civil action but withholding any legal work on the case while the Tennessee statute of limitations ran. They used U.S. Mail fraud to keep us apprised of legal work that was not actually happening. Meanwhile, the U.S. Department of Justice allowed the jail to file fraudulent documents and testimony in federal court that simply omitted Larry Neal's death, which happened after 18 days of secret arrest. All parties refuse to release information regarding the circumstances of Larry's death. Dog murders are treated as crimes, while the police kidnapping and murder of a black man in America is not. Contrarily, the victim's family is treated like criminals for asking for justice.
Thank you, PressTV!