My handicapped brother was murdered under secret arrest in 2003, and asking for justice for him and others led to gangstalking, censorship, and threats to my family and mostly directed at me, since I write about his murder and other abuses of power. Google "Wrongful Death of Larry Neal." I am on radio shows frequently. I was honored to be a guest on Brother Leroy's show last week, The Communicators, out of Harlem. Most Sundays, I join Rev. Edward Pinkney and his co-host Ralph Poynter on the Rev. Pinkney Blogtalk Radio Show. We have a large live audience, and the tapes are archived at Blogtalk for people to access at any time. I am hopeful that participating in radio shows, "Lawless America Movie," and Press TV interviews will influence people to give up censoring and intimidating my family and me to hide Larry Neal's lynching. Weeknights, I often join discussions hosted by Exploratory Committee on Dr. Shirley's Blogtalk Radio Show, "Justice for Us." One night we were pleased to see that Rep. Ron Paul had listened in on the show. We were discussing the bill Rep. Paul introduced in January 2012 to repeal indefinite military detention, H.R. 3785. Please Google the bill and ask your elected officials to support it. Ron Paul has a strong philosophy of liberty, and his campaign suffers censorship and voter fraud because of it. We must pray continually for him and for the brave author and journalists who sued in Judge Forrest's court to stop concentration camp internment under NDAA. Their lawsuit led to her court order ruling indefinite military detention to be unconstitutional. The Obama administration tried to get Judge Forrest to lift her court order, but she stood strong this week. Pray that her strength endures whatever will be brought against her and that other judges and elected officials also find the courage and integrity to be true to their oaths of office. Save America from tyranny.
"Do not be afraid, but speak, and do not keep silent. For I am with you and no one will attack you to hurt you; for I have many people in this city" (Acts 18:9-10).
Mary Neal, a Christian human rights advocate working to decriminalize mental illness and protest mass incarceration, avoidable wars, and capital punishment, according to Proverbs 31:8-9. Prayer can change things. I did not know six months ago that I would be in a movie, but God sent William Windsor and "Lawless America." I did not know two weeks ago that I would be on international television and perhaps allowed to tell my family's story across the globe through Press TV. Yet my hope for freedom from censorship and oppression is no longer vested in telling about my handicapped brother's lynching and the horrors my family endures to keep Larry Neal's murder a secret. I will never stop wrestling against the shackles, but as the song goes, "All of my help comes from the Lord." Americans must never give up, but let us not rely on our own understanding, our contacts, money some people have, or anything other than the power of God. He said, "Cast your cares on me; for I care for you."