Thursday, September 18, 2014

Hattie Neal's Tears for Justice

Hear my mother, Hattie Neal, 91, asked the government to please tell her how Larry Neal was murdered. She made this request during the last minutes of her interview on Human Rights Demand channel at Blogtalkradio on September 14, 2014.

Hattie Neal is considered too black for justice in the USA. Her son, Larry, was considered "useless life," because he was #mentallyill plus an African American - the most discriminated against people on the planet. We have asked for open disclosure for eleven years. We were once hopeful about improved justice, but we were disappointed like many Americans are. There is NO CHANGE. Larry Neal was secretly arrested for 18 days in Memphis Shelby County Jail and murdered on August 1, 2003. His murder precipitated one of The Cochran Firm frauds against African Americans. Hattie Neal's tears are dried on the contract for legal services, which you can to see at the Documents Tab at the website . I founded Assistance to the Incarcerated Mentally Ill ("AIMI") because of Hattie Neal's tears and the tears of many other mothers. The organization will take the USA before the United Nations International Court in 2015. Join us at "AIMI-Human Rights" .

TALKING HELPS! There was a time when people did not speak publicly about being victims of domestic violence, pedophilia, and sex abuse in the workplace. Then a few brave victims came forward on daytime television shows and broke the silence about such abuses. As people discussed their victimization, public awareness increased, which resulted in better community support and stronger laws against abusers. Until domestic violence and sex abuse came out of the closet, there were very few shelters for battered women and children, few protections for workers, and abusers usually escaped prosecution. That has changed. 

Mentally challenged people and their families must also come out of the closet. We discuss mental illness and incarceration to eliminate the stigma attached to people who have mental diseases, drug or alcohol addictions, and criminal convictions that resulted from their conditions. We must advocate for timely access to inpatient and outpatient psychiatric services and subsistence assistance for persons whose disabilities place them at risk for malnutrition and homelessness. As we expose police brutality and prisoner abuses, the likely result will be better training for police and corrections officers and increased accountability for abuses.

Keep talking about mental health care and drug/alcohol treatment. Talking gives Assistance to the Incarcerated Mentally Ill. Let's talk every Wednesday night on BlogTalkRadio at 9pm PDT at (818)572.2947, and please share our tapes.

Read about people who defied the stigma and asked me to publish articles about their situations to get YOUR attention on their victimization at "Dog Justice for Mentally Ill"


Thank you for joining AIMI's fight to decriminalize mental illness in the 
United States of America.
Mary Neal, Director of Assistance to the Incarcerated Mentally Ill ("AIMI")
Phone: (678)531.0262 or (571)335-1741
Wrongful Death of Larry Neal 
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Mary Neal is also known as "MaryLovesJustice"

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, not prison investors who have a conflict of interest in voting to decriminalize mental illness in the United States of America, an equal opportunity nation.

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