Monday, February 24, 2014

I Wish I Knew How It Would Feel to Be Free

by Nina Simone

"(I Wish I Knew How It Would Feel To Be) Free"

I wish I knew how it would feel to be free
I wish I could break all the chains holding me
I wish I could say all the things that I should say 
Say 'em loud say 'em clear
For the whole wide world to hear 

I wish I could share
All the love that's in my heart 
Remove all the bars that keep us apart
And I wish you could know how it is to be me
Then you'd see and agree that every man should be free 

I wish I could give all I'm longing to give
I wish I could live like i'm longing to live
I wish I could do all the things that I can do
Though I'm way overdue I'd be starting anew

I wish I could be like a bird in the sky
How sweet it would be if I found I could fly
Well I'd soar to the sun and look down at the sea 
And I'd sing cos I know how it feels to be free

I wish I knew how it would feel to be free
I wish I could break all the chains holding me
And I wish I could say all the things that I wanna say 
Say 'em loud say 'em clear
For the whole wide world to hear 
Say 'em loud say 'em clear
For the whole wide world to hear 
Say 'em loud say 'em clear
For the whole wide world to hear 

One love one blood
One life you've got to do what you should 
One life with each other
Sisters, brothers

One love but we're not the same
We got to carry each other, Carry each other
One One One One One...

I knew how it would feel to be free
I knew how it would feel to be free!

Thanks to everyone who signs my petition for free speech, freedom of press, religion, peaceful assembly, and the freedom to petition the Government for a redress of grievances. When I gain freedom, I will use it to say to power, "Do unto others as you would have them to do unto you" (Luke 6:31).

I Wish I Knew How It Would Feel to Be Free

Thursday, February 20, 2014

FCC Interrogates News Outlets

According to, the U.S. Government launched a new program aimed at monitoring the nation's news coverage, called the "Multi-Market Study of Critical Information Needs." It involves requesting information from all radio and TV stations, as well as newspapers, about how they cover news, who decides what gets covered, and what criteria they use in the decision. The FCC will also conduct a "content analysis" of one week's coverage to decide whether each of eight "critical" categories of news is being given adequate attention.

Surveys will be distributed to reporters, news editors, assignment editors, publishers, owners, on-air reporters, film editors and other station or newspaper staff. The questions they will ask are listed below. Although the grilling does not apply to bloggers, I will answer the questions regarding my human rights blogs and Blogtalkradio shows:

• What is the news philosophy of the station?
The philosophy of my blogs and radio shows is the same philosophy laid out in the International Declaration of Human Rights. The rights thereunder are not to be ignored or compromised at the whim of any government administration among member nations, even for "security." See the provisions at this link:

• Who else in your market provides news?
Many independent news journals and bloggers also provide news relevant to Americans' human rights. The three stories that I cover that are ignored by mainstream news as well as so-called "independent" news outlets and most other bloggers (maybe because they do not know about them or lack the courage to divulge the information) are: (1) the secret arrest and murder of Larry Neal, a lifelong paranoid schizophrenic heart patient who was secretly arrested for 18 days and murdered in the Memphis Shelby County Jail while the jail was under direct supervision of the U.S. Department of Justice; (2) The (Johnnie) Cochran Firm's fraud against the Neal family and hundreds more of its predominantly African American former clients, many of whom filed lawsuits against the frauds for racism, malpractice, and fraud; and (3) intimidation and persecution against the Neal family for revealing Larry Neal's murder cover-up and promoting human rights for all people, including America's mentally ill people who are the backbone of the nation's private prison industry (1.25 million mentally ill people are inmates, comprising over one-half of the prisoners).

• Who are your main competitors?
I have no competitors. I regard everybody who publishes human rights news as partners. I am especially grateful to people and orgs who sign my "Petition to Free Mary Neal" and to individuals, groups and organizations that re-publish my articles, poems, and art. The petition to have the U.S. Government and local government honor and protect my First Amendment and human rights to free speech and freedom of press is at this link . The petition's latest three comments are:

michael roberts ~ free this lady
katherine Conner ~ It is imperative that human rights are respected in our own country.
Dennis C. Latham ~ FREEDOM OF SPEECH and FREEDOM to expose evil.

• How much news does your station air every day?
In addition to publishing articles in several Google Blogger blogs, I also post human rights news at G+, Facebook, Twitter, and Care2. For the longest time, I was not permitted to comment on mainstream news articles using my Disqus account and other accounts whereby the public makes comments. Stalkers kept changing my passwords and preventing my access to reset them (probably racist criminals in The Cochran Firm, the U.S. Department of Justice, or prison profiteering companies).

• Is the news produced in-house or is it provided by an outside source?

• Do you employ news people?

• How many reporters and editors do you employ?

• Do you have any reporters or editors assigned to topic "beats"? If so, how many and what are the beats?

• Who decides which stories are covered?

• How much influence do you have in deciding which stories to cover?

• How much influence do reporters and anchors have in deciding which stories to cover?

• How much does community input influence news coverage decisions?

• How do you define critical information that the community needs?

• How do you ensure the community gets this critical information?

• Have you ever suggested coverage of what you consider a story with critical information for your customers (viewers, listeners, readers) that was rejected by management? If so, can you give an example? What was the reason given for the decision? Why do you disagree?

Note: I will finish the 11 remaining questions later. These people want to know EVERYTHING, don't they? says, "These intrusive questions, which pry into station politics and policies, can only send a chilling message to radio and television outlets." I already received the message: Publishing news and viewpoints that differ from what the Government wants published may result in your financial persecution, censorship, and other targeting. There is reason to suspect that more extreme punishments for noncompliance may be employed. These are the End Times.

Website: Wrongful Death of Larry
(678) 531-0262
Director of:
Assistance to the Incarcerated Mentally Ill
The Davis/MacPhail Truth Committee
The Human Rights for Prisoners March
The Dog Justice for Mentally Ill movement
The "Boycott 4 Justice" initiative

NSA Says Snowden Violated Its Privacy

NSA is offended over Edward Snowden's revelations. They feel he violated their privacy. 

Tuesday, February 18, 2014

Discussions on H.R.3717 - Helping Families in Mental Health Crisis Act

Please join us Wednesday night, February 19, at the "Assistance to the Incarcerated Mentally Ill" radio show on Blogtalkradio. We will discuss H.R.3717, the "Helping Families in Mental Health Crisis Act." Call (818)572.2947 at 9pm Pacific, or join us by computer at
(You must connect by phone to comment on air.) Information about the mental health care bill is online at
Part I of our discussions regarding H.R.3717 was taped on February 12. It is available at
This post was not allowed to make an icon at Facebook like links usually do. I do not know why prison investors choose to run social media companies. They frustrate themselves immensely while facilitating conversations among people who wish to reduce the percentage of mentally ill inmates in America. The mentally challenged comprise over half of all incarcerated individuals and at least 60 percent of inmates in solitary confinement. Prison investors seem unable to overcome their inclination to interfere with members publishing information that is contrary to their prison investment portfolios, even though interfering negatively impacts their social media companies.

The film "Torture in American Prisons" shows why prison is no place for the mentally ill. It's available at YouTube

See "Trapped: Mentally Ill in Prisons" at YouTube
The film is also embedded below.

MaryLovesJustice Neal
Website: Wrongful Death of Larry Neal
Director of Assistance to the Incarcerated Mentally Ill
Phone (678)531.0262

Monday, February 17, 2014

How does my Facebook wall look to YOU?

Does my Facebook page look like this on your view? The hidden photos are:

"Human Rights"

YOU have the power. Go be powerful.

UNITE Against Presidents Day Myths. What have slave owners and persons who order and participate in genocide of indigenous people to do with the kind of America we strive to build?

"It is dangerous to be right when the government is wrong" ~Voltaire

Does my Facebook page look like this on your view?