May 2014 UPDATE: Two more black men with mental health issues have been kept imprisoned in Mississippi without trials for seven and eight years. YourBlackWorld.net reports: "The two inmates, Marktain Kilpatrick Simmons, 43 and Lee Vernel Knight, 47, both have mental issues and have been waiting years for a their day in court. Both Simmons and Knight are being held at the Hinds County Detention Center."
"Blacks 4 Cash" is the new prison investors' scheme. Black people are arrested on false charges and illegally denied trials until they agree to lie on themselves, even if it takes years and years at taxpayers' expense. This works best on the very young, like Shannon, or the mentally ill, like Terrell. False confessions from children and mentally ill people account for 25% of the wrongful convictions in America, where it has been estimated that between five thousand and ten thousand innocent people are imprisoned every year. Once the denial of rights is perfected on black people, poor and middle class Caucasians will also lose the Sixth Amendment. Read about how they did it to Terrell Scott, Nyamodi, and the two Mississippi inmates at the three(3) links below. There may be thousands of other black mental patients being held in indefinite detention without trials.
See how they're working on Shannon Nyamodi at the link below:
"Shannon Nyamodi: Good Samaritan Imprisoned"
"Two Mississippi Inmates Are Still Awaiting Trial After 7 and 8 Years"
MaryLovesJustice Neal, director
Human Rights for Prisoners March