On March 19, 2003, Iraq was invaded. On March 19, 2010, Libya was invaded. Leaders in both countries were accused of serious human rights violations against their own citizens.
On August 1, 2003, my mentally, physically disabled brother, Larry Neal, was murdered after 18 days of secret arrest in Memphis Shelby County Jail. He was a harmless lifelong mentally ill heart patient who police considered a pest because he sang loud where he should not and panhandled. My family is denied any records of Larry's fatal incarceration and persecuted for asking. In December 2010, thousands of inmates in six Georgia correctional institutions went on a week-long worker strike to gain a more humane incarceration. Approximately one million of America's 2.3 million inmates work for federal and state governments or Fortune 500 and other companies, doing jobs that many Americans think were outsourced overseas. The prison rebellion in Georgia was the largest in U.S. history. The inmates' nonviolent labor strike was met with violence by prison officials, and 37 of those men are reportedly missing.
While other countries are invaded supposedly to protect the populace from abusive governments, my efforts to report human rights abuses in this country and help decriminalize mental illness to save other people like Larry are censored. March 17, 2011, I published a Google profile help request: “How to direct my profile link to the ACTUAL profile, not page ABOUT my profile?”
Founder/director of Assistance to the Incarcerated Mentally Ill (AIMI). AIMI members advocate for justice and compassion for America's 1.25 million mentally ill inmates in the tradition of Dorothea Dix.
Perhaps Secretary of State Clinton does not know it, but other countries could take lessons in America on Internet censorship to prevent human rights advocacy. I have been so viciously attacked online for a number of years that I give lessons on cyberstalkers' methods. See "Internet Censorship American Style" at this link: http://freespeakblog.blogspot.com/2010/07/internet-censorship-how-they-do-it.html
The job of protecting Americans’ Constitutional rights and protecting institutionalized persons is assigned to the United States Department of Justice (USDOJ), the agency that colluded with Memphis Shelby County Jail and The (Johnnie) Cochran Firm to cover up the 2003 secret arrest and wrongful death of Larry Neal, described at this link: http://WrongfulDeathofLarryNeal.com . I am censored to hide my brother's murder and AIMI’s advocacy for other Americans with chronic mental disorders to be treated in hospitals and community care programs rather than incarcerated. The prison system charges American taxpayers $50 billion per year to imprison 2.3 million people, and half of them have mental illness. I did not know initially that my advocacy to decriminalize mental illness was contrary to the interests of Big Business or that many government officials are prison investors or that America is so mean to prisoners. Then we all learned about Guantanamo and Gitmo. Unfortunately, similar atrocities are ignored in domestic correctional facilities on a regular basis. Only one prosecutor in Wallacy County, Texas tried to bring officials to justice regarding prisoner abuse inside America, as far as I know (2008), and he was not successful.
When Larry was killed after nearly three weeks of secret incarceration, I believed authorities did not understand mental illness and needed input directly from people who have that common, treatable disorder and their family members to recognize that imprisoning mental patients is discriminatory and a waste of resources that leaves disturbed people, their families and communities vulnerable to avoidable harm. I published many articles at NowPublic.com as “duo” - http://NowPublic.com/duo - that highlighted current news featuring acute mental patients subjected to homelessness, prison and death to prove mandated inpatient and outpatient treatment would be more fair, effective, safer, and a less expensive alternative. I also published at AIMI’s Care2 online site, in my Care2 Sharebook, and at FreeSpeakBlog – http://FreeSpeakBlog.blogspot.com - as well as Yahoo Groups and other social media.
We have hundreds of videos showing real-time cyberstalking to prevent freedom of press on numerous justice topics, including congressional bill H.R.619 (introduced in January 2009 by Rep. Eddie Johnson (D-TX). H.R.619 was a bill to resume Medicaid insurance for inpatient psychiatric care. Mainstream media refused to report that the alternative to imprisoning acute mentally ill Americans was before Congress, and my work to publish the news was viciously attacked by the censorship team. The bill died in committee because the media never reported it to the American people, and I hope it is re-introduced in Congress. Equally censored are my articles and tweets against the death penalty and prison profiteering, as well as THE COCHRAN FIRM FRAUD. I already uploaded around 25 videos online, including those at YouTube channel jkempp703 and my Cochran Firm Fraud 1, 2, and 3 videos.
I hope you view the real-time cyberstalking videos that should be available in the YouTube widget above articles in my MaryLovesJustice blog. It is expensive for my elderly mother and me to upload videos for you to recognize what is happening in the New America. As you might imagine, we are prevented from uploading videos using our home PC. In fact, our house is apparently nearby someone who controls our computer via remote access and/or other means and monitors my family. That being the case, we have college students upload videos periodically or I used computers at public libraries, FedEx Kinko's or other computer rental businesses. Even then, I am usually followed so my net freedom can be interrupted on whatever computer I use. See a video showing censorship at DeKalb County, Georgia Library when a denial of service prevented my publishing anti-capital punishment news about Hank Skinner at Care2 News Network (YouTube channel jkempp703).
Other countries are not allowed to treat citizens like my family and I are treated in the USA. See the following news post regarding the Libyan invasion, which is available at http://www.presstv.ir/detail/171384.html
Shopping boycotts during the civil rights era and labor strikes during the formation of worker unions made those movements successful because they impacted profits. You are invited to participate in a peaceful demonstration to protest any injustice that concerns you. Join the BOYCOTT 4 JUSTICE: No Shopping on the 9th of any month throughout 2011. Information about this opportunity is available at this link: http://freespeakblog.blogspot.com/2011/03/boycott-4-justice-no-shopping-april-9.html