An important health care bill was introduced in December 2013 by Rep. Tim Murphy (R-PA). It is called H.R.3717, "Helping Families in Mental Health Crisis Act." Among other provisions, H.R.3717 requires more police officers to be trained in crisis intervention methods that should enable lunacy arrests to occur without injuries and deaths. We will discuss the bill on the Assistance to the Incarcerated Mentally Ill Blogtalkradio shows on February 12 and February 19 at 9pm PST. More information about "Helping Families in Mental Health Crisis Act" is reported in "Dog Justice for Mentally Ill" blog at this url
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Federal Tort Claim Notice
NEW YORK, January 30, 2014 – Today, after months of “utter” silence by government officials as well as an exhaustive review of all publicly available data, the Carey Family has concluded the shooting of Miriam Iris Carey was “NOT JUSTIFIED” and has filed a federal administrative notice of claim to sue the United States of America; the United States Secret Service – Uniform Division and United States Capitol Police.
Valarie Carey, who is representing the interests of the Carey Family, filed a wrongful death claim against the two government agencies seeking $75 million dollars on behalf of The Estate of Miriam Iris Carey, Mother Idella Carey and minor child EF to compensate them for their great loss of a daughter, mother, friend and confidant.
“While the United States Department of Justice continues with its criminal and civil rights investigation, the Carey Family calls for immediate identification and termination of all police officers, supervisors, managers and other related employees involved in this matter who failed to order the immediate termination of pursuing Miriam and failed to establish firearms control; thereby, collectively causing the avoidable death of Miriam,” says Eric Sanders.
“Unless they are seriously considering criminal charges in Miriam’s case, quite frankly after several months, department policies relating to investigative car stops, vehicle pursuits, use of force, etc., should have been analyzed and applied to Miriam’s case for release to the public. These public disclosures are absolutely necessary because Miriam’s death unfolded right before the international community via live television,” says Sanders.
“The United States Congress using its legislative powers must investigate Miriam’s death. It is in the public’s interest to ensure our government acted responsibly not only from a criminal or a civil perspective but from an internal agency perspective. It is also in the public’s interest avoid a similar tragedy in the future,” says Valarie.
“The framers of the United States Constitution through the Bill of Rights ensured that our basic natural rights, codified as human rights, would forever be so important. Somehow, the Bill of Rights did not apply to Miriam. Miriam’s life did not seem to be so important. Thus far, Miriam’s death is being treated as simple ‘collateral damage’ in the government’s zeal to protect itself from ‘terrorism.’ We need to change that thought process because personal legacies are not more important than human life. The framers of the United States Constitution fought for, died for, and demanded it. We should expect no different in today’s society either,” says Sanders.
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Paragraph 1 repeated: Should police have shot Miriam Carey? She was unarmed, and police apparently removed her baby from the car first. This does not appear to have been a situation where police felt they were in imminent danger. Let's discuss her family's wrongful death lawsuit against the government by The Sanders Firm, P.C. at 9pm Pacific today. Call (818)572.2947 Christopher Bonds is our special guest tonight. http://www.blogtalkradio.com/nnia1/2014/02/11/human-rights-for-prisoners-march
"Why did Capitol cops cut down 'innocent' woman?"
Mary Neal, director
Assistance to the Incarcerated Mentally Ill (AIMI)