If Christopher Ratcliff had been black, his mother might have had trouble publishing the video below. Families of blacks who die in police custody and denied justice are censored, stalked, and terrorized to discourage them from complaining about injustice online. The message above is one that cyberstalkers prevented me from posting at YouTube at this video about another suspicious death of a man who was in police custody. (Seven(7) links and four(4) videos are embedded in this article.) The death of Christopher Lee Ratcliff was ruled a suicide like Chavis Carter's and like Gregory Johnson's and others. (See a link to Gregory's story at the end of this article). Regarding my mentally, physically disabled brother, Larry Neal, the murderous justice system did not bother to lie. Ours is the first family this century to have a member secretly arrested for weeks, murdered, and then be denied any explanation, excuse, investigation, or records. That level of disregard of human rights is not limited to the War on Terror camps. Larry was treated that way, and more people will experience government kidnapping and murder because of the acquiescence of black "leaders" in government and civil and human rights organizations that focus on crimes against humanity in foreign lands while ignoring or actually cooperating with police violence in the United States. The denial of my RIGHT to write a note at YouTube evidences the censorship the Neal family is subjected to to keep Larry's death quiet to enable Memphis Shelby County Jail to escape accountability for his death and enable The (Johnnie) Cochran Firm to escape exposure as being a CoIntelPro operation against grieving black families.
Video regarding Christopher Lee Ratcliff is at this link http://youtu.be/PsjCqvLl0s8 and embedded below. This article continues after the sad film.
"Geneva, the Neal family knows how it feels to have a loved one murdered by police and the system orchestrate a cover-up http://WrongfulDeathOfLarryNeal.com . May God grant you justice and peace."
GREGORY JOHNSON'S STORY: Not every murder that gets covered-up was done by police officers. A black San Jose University student in an otherwise white dorm reportedly hung himself http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xOchKWq5e8Q Gregory was 6 ft 2 inches tall, yet he allegedly hung himself from the 6 ft ceiling. There were no burn marks on Gregory's neck from the extension cord that disappeared after the students say they cut Gregory down and sat him in a chair before calling the police. (Seven(7) links and four(4) videos are embedded in this article.) Gregory's skull was cracked, and his neck was broken. His body had other bruises consistent with a beating death.
CHAVIS CARTER'S STORY: Chavis Carter was arrested in Jonesboro, Arkansas. Police said Carter had drugs on him when arrested for missing a court date on drug charges. He was searched twice, double-locked in handcuffs, and locked inside a police car, but he allegedly pulled out a hidden gun and shot himself in the right temple although he was a left-handed young man. Carter's death was ruled a suicide, and The Cochran Firm frauds represent his mother. See the video embedded below and at this YouTube link http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=naNwldJ78X4
JASON SMITH STORY: A 14-year-old Louisiana youth's death was ruled "accidental drowning," but his father is convinced he was murdered by the KKK. His organs disappeared. Some people think they were taken for transplants. However, the child had been dead for hours before his body was recovered from a lake. Could all of Jason Smith's organs have been stolen to hide the theft of his lungs, which could possibly have disproved the medical examiner's finding of "accidental drowning"? Jason's father alleges that one of Jason's murderers was the son of an FBI agent. He claims that police tried to kill him and another son on his way out of the Louisiana town when he went to make final arrangements for his son. See one of the YouTube videos about Jason Smith at this link http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AAWgASicEk0 and embedded below. Jason's father buried his son on Father's Day.
All five of the deaths presented at this article are alleged to be murder cover-ups. I would never have known that murders are often covered-up by authorities had it not been for the WRONGFUL DEATH OF LARRY NEAL. My disabled brother was secretly arrested for 18 days before he died in the custody of Memphis Shelby County Jail, which was under direct supervision by the United States Department of Justice after a lawsuit by the United States for inmate abuse. (Seven(7) links and four(4) videos are embedded in this article.) Rather than enforcing justice, one of America's largest cover-up conspiracies began, and it has continued for over nine years.
May God bless the families of Christopher Ratcliff, Gregory Johnson, Chavis Carter, Jason Smith, and my own family regarding the secret arrest and wrongful death of Larry Neal. Gregory Johnson's mother claims she experiences online censorship in trying to put forth her son's story, and Jason Smith's father said he actually had to run for his life when he contested his son's death by accidental drowning. This is typical of how black families are treated when we do not simply bury our dead and refrain from criticizing authorities for denial of justice, even in the 21st century with many blacks in high government offices. If cyberstalkers have coded any of the four(4) embedded videos not to play or any of the seven(7) links in this article to fail, please Google the victims' names at YouTube. Although saboteurs changed the color of my links to gray instead of blue as they should be, please count them. Stalkers hurriedly placed nonbreaking spaces immediately before and after the links so that they would run into the preceding words if you decide to copy and paste this article, as I welcome you to do. If you share this article on your own blogs, please be aware of that censorship method. Thank you for your attention to justice issues as presented by this layperson.
Another advocacy article for truth and justice by Mary Neal, director of Assistance to the Incarcerated Mentally Ill