1. Mark Bowles, a badly beaten mentally ill Caucasian man who received a traumatic brain injury when attacked in a Missouri jail by a black inmate who wanted to rape him. Bowles is being prosecuted because his epileptic spasms frightened a nurse in the hospital where he was treated. His attacker was not charged with any crimes.
2. Posts about The Cochran Firm fraud against African Americans, including a “Where Are They Now?” article by The Root. Posts included:
a) an NPR interview by Shawn Chapman-Holly, a former Cochran Firm attorney who sued the firm for fraud, racism, sexism
b) an interview and posts about Randy McMurray, a former Cochran Firm partner who sued the firm for RICO Act racketeering and fraud.
3. Posts about prison investors in Pennsylvania who imprison black mental patients for years with trails denied and arrests poor women and others for overdue bills.
4. Recent radio broadcasts by the Strong Heart Warrior Society on “Human Rights Demand.” Canupa Gluha Mani issues strong statements against Eurocentric oppression and urges unity among Native Americans and other justice advocates each Wednesday at 3pm.
5. News stories about socially deviant prison investors in Pennsylvania who imprisoned Terrell Scott for five years with trial denied in order to force a plea deal, released him once he capitulated only for two months, then re-arrested him on false charges alleging probation violations.
6. Update on Rev. Pinkney’s justice quest re his arrest and gag order preventing his use of the Internet and next steps.
7. News stories, videos, and comments about the Vatican announcing that Jesus will not return; and that the Vatican plans to, or may have already, purchased the Jewish temple and other holy areas in Israel.
8. Updates on Shannon Nyamodi, a North Carolina youth who was indefinitely detained without trial in North Carolina in Franklin County Jail to force him to sign a plea bargain on false charges after enduring two years of torture.
9. Article named “MOM DIES iN PA DEBTORS PRISON,” about a Pennsylvania mother of seven who was arrested for an overdue debt she lacked the funds to pay and mysteriously died in jail.
10. Updates on Mary Neal’s oppression, including terrorism for revealing crimes against humanity.
11. Mary Neal’s news stories that are missing include most/all of these:
Human Rights for Prisoners March Blog
- ▼ June (6)
- ▼ June (3)
- ▼ May (7)
- ▼ June (4)
There is a CoIntelPro war against my having freedom of press and free speech, since I use my “freedoms” to expose crimes against humanity that happen continually in the United States, including racism, class consciousness, and government cover-ups. I also oppose government murders, like my handicapped brother, Larry Neal, endured while under secret incarceration in Memphis/Shelby County Jail in 2003. I am against the government and major corporations (including prison investors) using law firms to defraud people and deliberately withhold adequate legal services from clients they contract to represent.
Many of the “missing posts” were not only placed on public view on at G+ wall but also were posted in G+ communities, particularly communities peopled with lawyers and justice advocates. Many of the people I advocate for are in need of greater support from justice advocates as well as attorneys to provide legal services. It is reasonable to assume that attorneys and prisoner advocates may not have received these communications, either.
Tonight, I followed a post of mine that had been “shared” post to the page of the G+ friend who shared it, and I did not see the post on the friend’s wall. Therefore, it is also obvious that other G+ members are also being censored, especially when it comes to sharing material posted by MaryLovesJustice Neal, but possibly other material as well.
I do not know who does this censorship; we have not been introduced. I do know why it is done: Censorship protects oppressors and enables them to continue their pattern of abuse without suffering any backlash.
“We have, as far as possible, closed every avenue by which light may enter their (the slaves) minds. If we could extinguish the capacity to see the light, our work would be complete; they would then be on a level with the beasts of the field and we should be safe.” ~ Henry Berry, speaking in the Virginia House of Delegates in 1832.