Tuesday, August 19, 2014

AIMI vs. USA in Int'l Court


Assistance to the Incarcerated Mentally Ill ("AIMI") vs. USA in International Court re Crimes Against Humanity 

* Now gathering 100 cases of government abuse of mentally challenged Americans of all races to present a Complaint to the United Nations: rejection for treatment, long-term homelessness, hospital abuse, wrongful convictions, lengthy solitary confinement, police brutality, executions, and wrongful death cases. Call 678.531.0262 or Google Voice (571)335-1741. Email MaryLovesJustice@gmail.com. Title the email "AIMI v. USA."

* Also gathering 100 people victimized by mentally ill people or drug addicts who were denied treatment. If you were robbed, burglarized, assaulted, or had a relative who was killed by a mentally ill person or a drug/alcohol addict, please call us and email us.

* We will demand monetary damages for claimants plus changes in how America treats mental illness and substance abuse. Incarceration must be replaced with adequate, timely treatment and subsistence assistance.

Continue to call and email until you reach Mary Neal. The government may not want you to be included in this international Complaint against the USA. The U.N. provides that abuses by government agents (including police, judges, and other officials) can be levied against its member states. It may not matter if your case is beyond the statute of limitations set by U.S. law or if it was dismissed by corrupt courts. Hear more at "ASSISTANCE TO THE INCARCERATED MENTALLY ILL" Blogtalkradio shows Wednesdays at 9pm Pacific.
http://www.blogtalkradio.com/nnia1

This international action is intended to (1) pay restitution to affected parties, (2) protect Americans who have mental disabilities and drug/alcohol dependencies, and (3) protect innocent people who suffered at the hands of untreated mentally ill persons or drug and/or alcohol addicts.

AIMI believes that people with mental illness and drug or alcohol addictions are deliberately left untreated to commit crimes that will excuse long prison sentences. This is done to enlarge our prison population. At least one-half of America's inmates are mentally ill (1.25 million), and over one-half of the victims of police violence are also mentally ill. Sixty percent of inmates in solitary confinement (SHU) are mentally ill. The entire private prison system was created and is sustained by criminalizing mental illness and drug/alcohol addictions. Mentally challenged and addicted people deserve treatment, not punishment.

We rely on YOU to notify people about this international Complaint, which we expect to file in the spring of 2015.


Saturday, August 16, 2014

Police Killings Increase As Executions Decrease

1.  Anti-death penalty advocates were elated to learn that capital punishment has been eliminated or placed on hold in 36 states in the USA partly because of torturous executions in 2014 using mystery drugs. However, police killings have increased to the point that no reduction in democide actually happened. Within one month, from mid-July until mid-August, the police body count is four killings for California and one each for Utah, Missouri, Ohio, and New York. Another beer summit might be in order to withdraw military equipment from non-military government agencies, including police departments (Ref. #1, at paragraph 9).

2.  The world is increasingly alarmed at how little freedom and justice people in America actually have. Even journalists were arrested in Ferguson, Ohio during protests over Michael Brown's shooting death by Officer Darren Wilson. Some journalists were told to turn off their cameras then attacked with rubber bullets and tear gas when they refused to comply with police orders that violated their freedom of press rights. There have been injuries among Ferguson's protesters - one that was critical - but no more deaths at the time of this writing (Ref. #2, at paragraph 9). This is #ourGaza 

3.  California police fatally shot two mentally challenged people in August, including  a 19-year-old woman in crisis and Ezell Ford, 25, an unarmed black man who witnesses say committed no crime and was completely compliant with police. California police also beat a Latino young man named Omar Abrego to death. Utah police fatally shot a 20-year-old unarmed Caucasian, Dillon Taylor. See their stories at the four(4) links below.

     i.  San Jose Police killed a 19-year-old woman who had a power drill they "thought" was a gun
http://www.rawstory.com/rs/2014/08/15/san-jose-police-fatally-shoot-woman-19-after-mistaking-power-drill-for-a-gun/
 

     ii.  LAPD fatally beat a young Latino father at a traffic stop
http://laist.com/2014/08/15/video_man_dies_after_bloody.php


     iii.  Ezell Ford, 25, was reportedly laid out on the ground and shot multiple times in his back by LAPD. His death was added to "Random Killings of Disabled Americans"
http://dogjusticeformentallyill.blogspot.com/2014/06/random-killings-of-disabled-americans.html


     iv.  THE EIGHTH UNARMED POLICE VICTIM WITHIN ONE MONTH - Salt Lake City police fatally shot Dillon Taylor, 20, on Aug. 13. The victim was unarmed when police confronted him, his brother says. Court documents show a $25,000 arrest warrant had been issued Aug. 7 for Taylor, alleging that he had violated his probation on earlier felony robbery and obstructing justice charges.
http://www.sltrib.com/sltrib/news/58300854-78/taylor-police-lake-salt.html.csp

4.  *Note: The body count below does not include inmates killed behind bars. Inmates' deaths are often subject to government cover-ups, like the secret arrest and murder of mentally, physically disabled Larry Neal in Memphis Shelby County Jail in 2003, while the jail was operating under federal oversight. Within five weeks, the following eleven(11) individuals fell victim to police violence:

NEW BODY COUNT FROM AMERICA's SUMMER OF POLICE TERROR (updated August 28, 2014).
White ~ Joseph Jennings, 18, Ottawa, KS, Aug 24 (mentally ill)
Latino ~ Hernan M. Ossorio, 61, Ellicott City, MD / Aug 23 (mentally ill)
? ~ Darren Friedman, 45, Ellicott City, MD / Aug 20 (mentally ill)
Black ~ Darius Colegarrit, 21, Chicago, IL / Aug. 20
White ~ John Winkler, 30, Los Angeles, CA / Aug 19
Black ~ Kajieme Powell, 25, Ferguson, MO / Aug 19 (mentally ill)
White ~ Diana Showman, 19, San Jose, CA / Aug. 14 (mentally ill)
White ~ Dillon Taylor, 20, Salt Lake City, UT / Aug. 13
Black ~ Dante Parker, 36, Victorville, CA / Aug. 12 (Taser)
Black ~ Ezell Ford, 25, Los Angeles, CA / Aug. 11 (mentally ill)
Black ~ Michael Brown, 18, Ferguson, MO / Aug. 9
Black ~ John Crawford, 22, Beavercreek, OH / Aug. 5
Latino~ Omar Abrego, 37, Los Angeles, CA / Aug. 2
Black ~ Eric Garner, 43, Staten Island, NY / July 17 (prosecution underway)
As you can see from this growing list of police victims, mentally ill people of any race are the most often victims of police violence. People with severe mental disabilities comprise a small percentage of the nation's population, but they are overly represented among people who are arrested, brutalized, and killed in the USA.


5.  Many people wonder what the point of agreement was at the WH Beer Summit of 2009. The outcome did not bode well for African Americans and other minorities or disabled people of any race or age. Little information has been released at this writing about the teenager police killed in San Jose, but five of the men in the body count were unarmed blacks, one was Latino, and one was Caucasian. What makes police officers perceive black men as being more worthy of deadly force? Three psychological studies offer answers at: 
"Cards Stacked Against Black Boys, Especially if Mentally Ill"
http://dogjusticeformentallyill.blogspot.com/2014/03/cards-stacked-against-black-boys.html


6.  The USA is a member state of the United Nations and has signed certain treaties to uphold human rights within this nation. Assistance to the Incarcerated Mentally Ill (AIMI) plans to bundle 100 cases evidencing overuse of force against mentally ill people during arrests, within correctional facilities, or by hospital personnel for presentation to the World Court.  Evidence presented is expected to include long-term solitary confinement torture, brutality by law enforcement, corrections officers, other inmates or inpatients, wrongful deaths, and medical neglect. Please invite persons who might have an interest in joining the Complainants to read this article in "Dog Justice for Mentally Ill" blog:
"Police Killings Increase As Executions Decrease"

http://dogjusticeformentallyill.blogspot.com/2014/08/police-killings-increase-as-executions.html

7.  To have your case considered for inclusion in the 100 that will be presented to the U.N., please use the contact information below. AIMI plans to request restitution for victims or their successors as well as sanctions against the USA regarding its disregard for human rights of persons with mental illness. The 100 Complainants may also include victims of aggression by untreated mentally ill people or the victims' successors. 

8.  The USA's disregard for mentally ill persons is evidenced by the fact that 1.25 million mentally dysfunctional people are imprisoned (over half of the nation's inmates). They comprise over 60 percent of prisoners in long-term solitary confinement torture, some for decades. More than 50 percent of the nation's victims of police violence are mentally ill, although no exact numbers are kept (which also evidences disregard). Additionally, tens of thousands of mentally handicapped people are homeless and/or denied psychiatric treatment unless and until they prove, usually through crimes, that they are immediately dangerous to self and others. This is likely done to preserve untreated mentally challenged Americans for use as private prison commodities, including some veterans. 

9.  Condolences to families and friends of all eleven(11) victims named in this article. Thanks to justice officials, law enforcement administrators and officers who attempt to bring justice and restore peace to affected communities without further violations against citizens' constitutional and human rights.

TWO REFERENCES
Change.org Petition: Don't Militarize My Block
In 1991, Congress established the LESO program which allows the Defense Department to transfer excess property to state agencies who request them. The property is given to agencies - police departments, fish and wildlife services, and state universities alike. the equipment is transferred as-is and must be used by the agency within a year. LESO gives agencies access to tanks, helicopters, tear gas, machine guns, armored cars, night-vision equipment, and more battlefield-tested equipment. In 2013 alone, more than $440million in supplies were doled out to agencies in all 50 states.
http://www.change.org/petitions/tell-your-governor-don-t-militarize-my-block

Police critically wound man amid protests over Brown killing
http://www.washingtonpost.com/news/post-nation/wp/2014/08/13/report-police-wound-man-in-ferguson-protest-over-michael-brown-killing/

10.  First paragraph repeated: Anti-death penalty advocates were elated to learn that capital punishment has been eliminated or placed on hold in 36 states in the USA partly because of torturous executions in 2014 using mystery drugs. However, police killings have increased to the point that no reduction in democide actually happened. Within one month, from mid-July until mid-August, the police body count is four killings for California and one each for Utah, Missouri, Ohio, and New York. Another beer summit might be in order to withdraw military equipment from non-military government agencies, including police departments (Ref. #1, at paragraph 9).

11.  Nine(9) links carrying more information are above this point in this article. Contact information with five(5) links and a comment field are below for your convenience:

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Thank you for giving Assistance to the Incarcerated Mentally Ill.

Mary Neal, director


Assistance to the Incarcerated Mentally Ill ("AIMI")


AIMI's broadcast on Blogtalkradio, 9pm PDT on Wednesdays


Website about my brother: Wrongful Death of Larry Neal


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It would be illegal to keep a dog in a tight space 23 hours a day and gas or Taser him for barking. It would be illegal to put a dog in deadly restraint for control. That happens to mentally ill people routinely in the nation's correctional facilities. What happened to Larry Neal?



Mentally Ill Americans Need Dog Justice. Treat mental illness medically, not legally. Please advocate for your congresspersons to pass H.R.3717 - The "Helping Families in Mental Health Crisis Act." Try to elect people who support human rights and justice for all.

Friday, August 15, 2014

Robin Williams and PD: Deadly Consequences


Beloved actor, comedian, and philanthropist Robin Williams died, presumably by suicide, on August 11, 2014. Speculation went forward regarding Williams' possible return to drugs. However, Williams' wife said he was clean and sober at the time of his death, but he had Parkinson's disease. Apparently Williams, who already suffered from depression, felt overwhelmed about that. Underlying mental illness can prevent its victims from reacting appropriately to life's stresses.

Parkinson's disease is a progressive disorder of the nervous system that affects one's movement. It develops gradually, sometimes starting with a barely noticeable tremor in just one hand. But while a tremor may be the most well-known sign of Parkinson's disease, the disorder also commonly causes stiffness or slows movement. (Mayo Clinic). One's speech may also become soft or slurred, which could be particularly devastating to an actor's career.

The National Parkinson Foundation reports that in the United States, 50,000-60,000 new cases of PD are diagnosed each year, adding to the one million people who currently have PD. Mental health is extremely important in Parkinson’s disease (PD). Although common in other chronic diseases, research suggests that depression and anxiety are even more common in PD. It is estimated that at least 50 percent of those diagnosed with PD will experience some form of depression during their illness, and up to 40 percent will experience an anxiety disorder. In fact, new research from NPF’s 2012 Parkinson’s Outcomes Project found that taken together, mood, depression and anxiety have the greatest impact on health status, even more than the motor impairments commonly associated with the disease.

Many people loved Robin Williams and care about the actor's untimely death. Millions of people also care about mental illness, which affects one in five Americans and is nothing to be ashamed about. Like any other chronic disease, mental illness can and does strike the rich and poor of every race and age. We must continue to discuss mental illness, its symptoms and consequences in order to improve outcomes for those affected.

TWO REFERENCES

Robin Williams' Wife's Report regarding Parkinson's Disease
http://www.foxnews.com/entertainment/2014/08/14/robin-williams-wife-reveals-was-struggling-with-parkinsons-disease/

National Parkinson's Disease Foundation
http://www.parkinson.org/Parkinson-s-Disease/Living-Well/Depression

Our condolences to Robin Williams' family, their close friends, and Williams' millions of fans.

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Thank you for giving Assistance to the Incarcerated Mentally Ill.

MaryLovesJustice@gmail.com
Assistance to the Incarcerated Mentally Ill ("AIMI")
AIMI's broadcast on Blogtalkradio, 9pm PDT on Wednesdays
Website about my brother: Wrongful Death of Larry Neal
Follow our "Dog Justice for Mentally Ill" blog

It would be illegal to keep a dog in a tight space 23 hours a day and gas or Taser him for barking. It would be illegal to put a dog in deadly restraint for control. That happens to mentally ill people routinely in the nation's correctional facilities. What happened to Larry Neal?


Mentally Ill Americans Need Dog Justice. Treat mental illness medically, not legally. Please advocate for your congresspersons to pass H.R.3717 - The "Helping Families in Mental Health Crisis Act." Try to elect people who support human rights and justice for all.

Tuesday, August 12, 2014

Crisis Intervention Team (CIT) Training

~ Crisis Intervention Team (CIT) Training ~ 

As director of AIMI, I was invited to speak on a syndicated radio broadcast about crisis intervention teams (CIT). The broadcast is disseminated to 435 radio channels across the nation. A representative from NAMI and Memphis CIT also spoke. Hear it today, August 12, at 3pm EDT on "Human Rights Demand," and call-in with your comments at (347) 857-3293 over the air. Our special guest is Dr. Mustafa Ansari, an international lawyer and dean of the American Institute of Human Rights

The "Human Rights Demand" broadcast will be archived at Blogtalkradio for future listening 24/7.


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Thank you for giving Assistance to the Incarcerated Mentally Ill.
Mary Neal, director
Assistance to the Incarcerated Mentally Ill ("AIMI")
AIMI's broadcast on Blogtalkradio, 9pm PDT on Wednesdays
Website about my brother: Wrongful Death of Larry Neal
Follow our "Dog Justice for Mentally Ill" blog

It would be illegal to keep a dog in a tight space 23 hours a day and gas or Taser him for barking. It would be illegal to put a dog in deadly restraint for control. This happens to mentally ill Americans routinely in the nation's jails and prisons. What happened to Larry Neal?

Mentally Ill Americans Need Dog Justice. Treat mental illness medically, not legally. Please advocate for the U.S. Congress to pass H.R.3717 - Helping Families in Mental Health Crisis Act. Elect only people who support human rights and justice for all.

Sunday, August 3, 2014

America Entrusted to Emory University Hospital

What do we know about Emory University? That is an important question as Ebola victims are being treated in Atlanta at Emory University Hospital. Emory is widely recognized for excellence in medicine. Its transplant team is among the best in the nation. Generally speaking, however, Emory does not enjoy a good reputation among working class or indigent people, and serious questions exist about Emory's dealings regarding people who are homeless or mentally ill. There are also concerns about racism and antisemitism at the hospital regarding former medical students as well as patients. Five(5) urls are currently in this article before the signature block. This article may carry more information as research continues.

Atlanta has a substantial number of homeless mentally ill people. Advocates for that population lay partial blame on Emory, which expanded its campus by taking over land and buildings that were Georgia Mental Health Institute until the 1990s. Throughout the nation, mental hospitals closed or reduced services after Medicaid insurance was withdrawn for inpatients who were not considered an immediate danger to self or others. Hundreds of thousands of mentally ill people were evicted from psychiatric hospitals with little or no provisions for their subsistence and continuous treatment. Many became homeless people who were eventually arrested and charged with vagrancy, panhandling, illicit drug offenses, and even violent crimes. Community safety was compromised by their lack of psychiatric treatment, and their arrests caused overcrowding in public jails and prisons and created the opportunity to institute private prison companies to handle the overflow.

Today over 1.25 million of America's prisoners are mentally ill people who comprise at least 60 percent of inmates in solitary confinement torture. More than 50 percent of police violence victims in America are mentally ill. Unfortunately, no accurate count is kept regarding the deaths and injuries by police that regard the mentally ill.

Many people among Atlanta's homeless rely on shelters, two of which are scheduled to close or already closed in 2014: Springdale Shelter for Women and Children and The Jefferson Place Emergency Shelter. Those shelters provided temporary housing for 300 to 400 people. The Metro Atlanta Task Force for the Homeless, which shelters between 650 to 1,000 people, is holding on by its fingernails as Emory University and area businesses circle the shelter like birds of prey. "Atlanta Progressive News" published an article on July 20, 2014, asserting that Emory University and others conspired against the Task Force to force its closure. The future of the Task Force is in court now. See below:

Emory University and Georgia Businesses Conspire Against Homeless Task Center (Shelter). (APN) - Fulton County Superior Court Judge Craig Schwall heard a series of important motions in the cases involving the Metro Atlanta Task Force for the Homeless and the numerous co-conspirators who conspired to sabotage the homeless shelter by depriving it of public and private funds, in a hearing on July 11, 2014.
http://www.atlantaprogressivenews.com/interspire/news/2014/07/20/schwall-hears-summary-judgment-dispossessory-stay-in-task-force-lawsuit-emory%E2%80%99s-complicity-becomes-clearer.html 




Who is Dr. James Wagner, president of Emory University? Some say he is a racist. The New York Times reported on February 23, 2013, "All week long, the president of Emory, James W. Wagner, has been trying to control the damage done by a column he wrote for the university magazine [called "As American As Compromise"]. In it, he praised the 1787 three-fifths compromise, which allowed each slave to be counted as three-fifths of a person in determining how much Congressional power the Southern states would have, as an example of how polarized people could find common ground. It was, he has since said, a clumsy and regrettable mistake . . . Dr. Wagner acknowledged both the nation’s continuing education in race relations and his own. 'I know that I personally have a long way to go,' he said." http://www.nytimes.com/2013/02/24/education/emory-university-president-revives-racial-concerns.html

What of Emory University Hospital, which received an Ebola patient on Saturday? See an excerpt from an article which was allegedly written by a former black medical student, entitled "Emory University Apologizes to Jews. Where’s Mine?" The writer claimed to have attended Emory Medical School in the 70's and listed six reasons why he/she felt an apology was due to African American students who reportedly "received a quick course in racism along with their basic anatomy." The two complaints by ADC14 below are not the worst ones presented to exemplify how African American students and patients at Emory University Hospital were treated

5) Being pulled aside by the lone black resident in the Internal Medicine program who informed me that “Emory likes their niggers quiet. Do not show-up the white folk if you want to finish.”

6) A white doctor deliberately damaging a black woman’s uterus during an abortion so she could never become pregnant again; while doing expensive fertility surgery on a well-to-do white woman, a white female surgeon opined, “Now these are people who should be having babies.”

As ADC14, the writer listed six disturbing incidents regarding black students and patients in response to Emory's 2012 apology to its former Jewish dental students at:
http://fox2now.com/2012/10/15/emory-university-owns-up-to-dental-schools-anti-semitic-history-and-offers-regrets/

Emory has a poor reputation regarding workers' rights,from its professors to its kitchen staff. EmoryCuts, a Facebook group, reports at https://www.facebook.com/EmoryCuts:

1) "Several people have asked about the "Shame on Emory" banners on Clifton. Jimmy Gibbs from the Southeastern Carpenters' Regional Council shared the info below. Short version: Emory has hired two contractors for dorm renovations with a history of illegal labor practices, including violating wage and tax laws in Georgia."

2) "Administration [at Emory University] has denied any issues with tenure erosion or adjudication. MLA delivers the numbers, and the opposite is true: From 1995 to 2009, the percentage of tenure-stream faculty at Emory goes from 87.4% to 34.6%, while nontenured/non-tenure track faculty more than quintupled from 12.4% to 65.4%."

This writer also read an article regarding Emory's (past?) tendency to make black patients who need organ transplants secondary to Caucasians who require transplants. Children's Healthcare of Atlanta, Emory's affiliated children's hospital, refused to put a black teen on its waiting list for a heart transplant because the 15-year-old had "a history of non-compliance." After Anthony Stokes' death sentence got national attention, the youth was given a new heart. 
http://raniakhalek.com/2013/08/12/hospital-denies-black-teen-a-heart-transplant-because-of-bad-grades-and-trouble-with-law/


Despite Emory's history of insensitivity to the mentally ill and homeless, racism against blacks, antisemitism, and oppression against its professors and staff, Atlanta residents of all races and socioeconomic classes appreciate the level of professional care at Grady Memorial Hospital, which  is reportedly "staffed by close to 700 Emory medical faculty (full-time equivalent of 270). In addition, 366 Emory residents and fellows provide care at Grady under supervision of the faculty."

What do Emory's far-right leanings have to do with Ebola? Let us hope the answer to that question is "nothing." However, if Ebola should escape the containment unit at Emory, it might be important to note certain truths. Tuskegee University Hospital in Alabama conducted government experiments on black farmers while pretending to treat them for syphilis. Wikipedia reports, "The Tuskegee syphilis experiment was an infamous clinical study conducted between 1932 and 1972 by the U.S. Public Health Service to study the natural progression of untreated syphilis in rural African American men who thought they were receiving free health care from the U.S. government." Medicine played a large part in atrocities throughout history, including Nazi concentration camps, enforced sterilization of indigent persons (mostly blacks) through America's eugenics program, and torture in the War on Terror camps. Any humane, socially conscious hospital would reject and denounce such activities, but to what degree do the terms "humane" and "socially conscious" describe Emory University Hospital?


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Thank you for giving Assistance to the Incarcerated Mentally Ill.

Mary Neal, director
MaryLovesJustice@gmail.com
Assistance to the Incarcerated Mentally Ill ("AIMI")
http://www.care2.com/c2c/group/aimi
AIMI's broadcast on Blogtalkradio, 9pm PDT on Wednesdays
http://www.blogtalkradio.com/nnia1
Website about my brother: Wrongful Death of Larry Neal
http://WrongfulDeathofLarryNeal.com/main.html
Follow our "Dog Justice for Mentally Ill" blog
http://DogJusticeforMentallyIll.blogspot.com

It would be illegal to keep a dog in a tight space 23 hours a day and gas or Taser him for barking. It would be illegal to put a dog in deadly restraint for control. This happens to mentally ill Americans routinely in the nation's jails and prisons. What happened to Larry Neal?


Mentally Ill Americans Need Dog Justice. Treat mental illness medically, not legally. Please advocate for the U.S. Congress to pass H.R.3717 - Helping Families in Mental Health Crisis Act. Elect only people who support human rights and justice for all. Your comments and questions are invited in the comments field below. 

You are invited to re-publish all or part of this article as long as you supply a link back to the source, or simply share the url for "America Entrusted to Emory University" at

Saturday, August 2, 2014

Right Time for H.R.3717: Larry Neal's Murder Anniversary

*MURDER ANNIVERSARY* ~ August 1 was the eleventh anniversary of Larry Neal's murder, which happened following 18 days of secret incarceration in Memphis at the Shelby County Jail. Our family initially believed that Larry, a man who suffered from a heart condition and paranoid schizophrenia, had fallen through the cracks somehow. Now we know more about homicides against imprisoned mentally ill people. They get scalded to death, baked, starved, raped, dangerously restrained, Tasered, shot, and some are used for human dog fights.

It appears that most crises that mentally challenged Americans endure result from inhumane treatment by jails, prisons, and emergency police rather than the disease itself. Support H.R.3717, which has provisions for Crisis Intervention Team (CIT) training, assisted outpatient treatment (AOT) programs, and resumption of Medicaid insurance for inpatient psychiatric treatment in certain facilities. Nobody deserves to be secretly arrested by police and murdered like Larry Neal was in 2003 because a mental disease makes sick people a nuisance to police.

Torture and murders of America's mentally ill people are secret crimes against humanity that millions of people throughout the world know about. The U.S. Congress should pass H.R.3717 ~ Helping Families in Mental Health Crisis Act. It is too late to save Larry Neal, Kelly Thomas, Brian Claunch, Jerome Murdough, Darren Rainey, Daniel Linsinbigler, and so many others, but "the time is always right to do what is right" (MLK).

Mary Neal, director of Assistance to the Incarcerated Mentally Ill (AIMI)
a/k/a MaryLovesJustice Neal
MaryLovesJustice@gmail.com
Phone (678)531.0262 or Google Voice (571)335-1741

Monday, July 21, 2014

Advocacy for Mentally Ill People and Their Families

ADVOCACY OFFERED. As a woman who is denied information and justice regarding the wrongful death of an inmate (Google the Wrongful Death of Larry Neal), I stand with all inmates in their quest for human rights and with the families of all inmates whose human rights were disregarded to deny justice in court or to inflict torture and death. Contact me with your innocence claims and brutality or murder claims at telephone number (678)531.0262 and MaryLovesJustice@gmail.com. Write "HELP WANTED" as your email subject. No regard is given to clients' race, socioeconomic class, gender, ethnicity, or health status.

If denied justice in courts, take your justice quests to the court of public opinion through our "Human Rights for Prisoners March" across the Internet. My efforts are greatly censored, but we persist and eventually prevail in making the masses aware of the crimes against humanity that continue in the United States. Advocacy can make a difference in whether your lawsuit prevails and the amount of your award. Advocacy is also needed for inmates who face or already experienced wrongful convictions and are pursuing appeals or clemency. Many prisoners require adequate medical services that are sometimes withheld, and they need people outside who will be their voice.

Congress is deliberating on whether the Internet will be treated as a utility and charges demanded for the amount of time people use the Internet. I am sometimes online 20 hours a day, especially when someone I advocate for faces execution. Officials are also deliberating on whether information on the Internet will enjoy greater visibility for a fee instead of all web sites being given equal access (net freedom). We must not be silenced for the lack of money. Therefore, services that MaryLovesJustice has given free for seven years will now require financial participation by the victims and families who benefit by our advocacy. The fee schedule for twelve(12) services is below.

1) Radio interview with victims, survivors and supporters on either "Human Rights for Prisoners March" or "Assistance to the Incarcerated Mentally Ill" Blogtalkradio shows: FREE

2) Radio interview with victims, survivors and supporters on "Human Rights Demand" channel at Blogtalkradio: $50 (two-hour shows)

3) Full length article about brutality or murder: $100. Articles will be published in one or more of these five blogs:
a) FreeSpeakBlog
b) Dog Justice for Mentally Ill
c) Human Rights for Prisoners March
d) MaryLovesJustice

e) Davis-MacPhail Truth Committee (anti-DP blog)
Many of the articles are republished by other bloggers and independent news sites at no addition fee. The articles about your case should help attract legal support and enhance the likelihood of success for justice quests.

4) Articles to announce meetings, rallies and protests or political messages (if approved): FREE in "MaryLovesJustice Human Rights Events" blog

5) Mention along with newspaper and blog links at @koffietime http://www.twitter.com/koffietime - FREE

6) Fundraisers for justice quests: $50. See examples: 
a) Johnny Strozier Reentry Fund. Support his fresh start.
https://www.indiegogo.com/projects/johnny-strozier-reentry-fund
b) Mark Bowles Legal Defense Fund

7) Video and film on YouTube and Google Hangouts: $50 

8) We announce legal victories that set new precedents and/or have significance for large numbers of Americans through articles published at our "Legal Victories" blog. Law firms and civil or human rights organizations that win victories or make significant steps toward justice can have those victories publicized in Legal Victories blog: FREE

9) Posts on Facebook and at Google+ and Twitter about your justice quests that will be read by thousands of MaryLovesJustice and @koffietime friends, including prisoner rights advocates, lawyers, law firms, law schools, Congress, the U.S. Supreme Court, and the general public: FREE

10) Flyers and cards that can be given to people and organizations describing your justice quest: $50

11) A petition at MoveOn.org or another petition site of your choice: $50. Sample: "Save Florida Inmate Damion Hayes from Life in SHU" 
http://petitions.moveon.org/sign/save-florida-inmate-damion

12) Website: $150. See a website I published for a daycare center - Love and Grace Christian Academy
http://www.loveandgrace.net/


13) Get all of the services listed above on a one-by-one basis for the prices named, or receive all the services listed above plus ongoing advocacy for a one-time fee of $500: unlimited public updates through articles, radio interviews, and other releases of information related to your case.

Payment of fees can be delayed for cases that are in litigation until satisfactory resolution of your wrongful death and brutality lawsuits. For some cases, it may be too late to pursue legal remedy through lawsuits, but now is the time to expose and oppose oppression. We must not be deterred by cyber censorship or new fees for Internet usage. "The time is always right to do what is right" (MLK). 

I was a legal assistant for many years before the secret arrest and wrongful death of my mentally, physically disabled brother, Larry Neal. His murder is still treated like a national secret despite all of my advocacy. I am currently enrolled in a human rights defender course to become a Certified Human Rights Advocate to the United Nations. Many of our cases will be taken before the U.N. if they have been denied justice in U.S. Courts. A complete list of blogs and radio programs that I manage is at "MaryLovesJustice Blogs and Radio Shows"
http://marylovesjustice.blogspot.com/2014/03/marylovesjustice-blogs-and-radio-shows.html

The United States is a member of the United Nations and has signed certain treaties that it is accountable to uphold. See Executive Order No. 13107, wherein President Bill Clinton reaffirmed America's commitment to uphold the human rights of people in the U.S.A. Yet, according to International Human Rights Lawyer Mustafa Ansari, fewer than one percent of the complaints that the United Nations reviews originate in the U.S., although many crimes against humanity happen here. We will change that for some of the victims and survivors for whom we advocate.


Americans must unite for justice. Our strength in numbers will eventually end police brutality, prisoner abuse, and executions. Millions of people who have no relatives or friends behind bars care about human rights for prisoners. Those who do have imprisoned and reentering relatives and all human rights advocates should join the "Human Rights for Prisoners March" across the Internet and demand respect for all. We will begin sending membership cards to supporters of this advocacy who send any amount of money to help. We have to continually purchase new computers as ours are attacked by NSA or other cyber stalkers who seemingly work for prison investors. 

We also need a budget to offer our services to people who are unable to pay the nominal fees listed above for our advocacy and to license our organization as a non-profit. Please give generously to the "Human Rights for Prisoners March" and to "Assistance to the Incarcerated Mentally Ill." Become a member of this advocacy. Members will be thanked on air during our broadcasts, but anonymous givers are also appreciated and will not be thanked publicly. Prison investors, past and present, who recognize the great harm that is being done to humanity to earn prison profits are encouraged to contribute. A U.S. Post Office box will be listed here for your checks and money orders, and we will post a PayPal depository for your convenience.

Thank you in advance for sharing this article with twelve (12) services to give voice to the voiceless. Please mail our contact information to families and prisoners who need advocacy. We appreciate your joining us on the Human Rights for Prisoners March. Nine(9) links and three pictures are in this article (counting the repeat of paragraph 1 below). Volunteers are also invited to contact us as we build our network. Please do not let the loss of net freedom negatively impact prisoners' right to speak and be heard. Blessings!

Mary Neal, director
Human Rights for Prisoners March

Assistance to the Incarcerated Mentally Ill
MaryLovesJustice@gmail.com
(678)531.0262


First paragraph repeated: ADVOCACY OFFERED. As a woman who is denied information and justice regarding the wrongful death of an inmate (Google the Wrongful Death of Larry Neal), I stand with all inmates in their quest for human rights and with the families of all inmates whose human rights were disregarded to deny justice in court or to inflict torture and death. Contact me with your innocence claims and brutality or murder claims at telephone number (678)531.0262 and MaryLovesJustice@gmail.com. Write "HELP WANTED" as your email subject. No regard is given to clients' race, socioeconomic class, gender, ethnicity, or health status.