See "Maitri Klinkosum Blocks Shannon Nyamodi's Trial"
1) Terrell Scott endured brutal imprisonment for nearly five years while denied a trial. He lost his eyesight in one eye, hearing in one ear, and his jaw bone is misaligned from beatings by inmates. His front teeth were knocked out, and he was imprisoned in solitary confinement after his suicide attempt, which followed his rape and brutality that exposed him to HIV. Upon his release from prison, a reign of terror started against Scott's family. Because Scott finally confessed to having molested Crystal's children after he saw he would never be allowed to defend himself against the false charges in a trial, Pennsylvania decided to remove Scott's 10-year-old brother from his home to "protect" him from Scott. The family is currently fighting in family court for the right to remain an intact family. Can't the State realize it already has its pound of flesh? Terrell lived for four years with a white woman, but at this point, he's paid enough for his miscegenation.
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Hear voices in support of H.R.3717 "Helping Families in Mental Health Crisis Act" that were recorded at "Assistance to the Incarcerated Mentally Ill" Blogtalkradio show on February 12 and at
Assistance to the Incarcerated Mentally Ill. Mary Neal, director.
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 into a deadly restraint chair for control. But this happens to mentally ill Americans routinely in the nation's jails and prisons. What happened to Larry Neal? He was a black disabled man, and his wrongful death in police custody is covered-up rather than treated with due process of law because crisis intervention training started in Memphis, Tennessee, where Larry Neal was kidnapped and murdered in 2003. This proves that crisis intervention teams (CIT) alone will NOT prevent brutality and deaths, neither will CIT prevent people with serious mental illness from going into crisis and being arrested. ONLY treatment can help reduce the great number of mentally ill people and drug addicts revolving in and out of America's prisons and jails. Treatment is needed for persons with acute mental illness whether or not they agree to treatment. Assisted outpatient treatment (AOT) programs provide for mentally disabled people's subsistence assistance (food, housing) and mandate continuous mental health care.
Dog Justice for Mentally Ill
Wrongful Death of Larry Neal