Katherine Conner received some donations toward her probation and borrowed the rest. Now she struggles to pay her monthly probation and restitution fees which amounted to 70% of her income PLUS repay her loan. Meanwhile, her district attorney continues his attacks on black people. District Attorney Sam D’Aquilla had Herman Wallace re-indicted for murder a few days after he was released from 41 years of solitary confinement in Angola Prison. Wallace, one of the Angola 3, probably died immediately upon hearing the news in hospice care that he was due back in court in December 2013.
“I say he is a murderer, and he is not innocent,” District Attorney Sam D’Aquilla said. “The conviction was overturned because the federal judge perceived a flaw in the indictment — not his murder conviction.”
D’Aquilla said Wallace's attorney Nicholas J. Trenticosta, of New Orleans, was wrong when he said Tuesday that Wallace is “a free man, and he’s innocent.”
Save Katherine Conner from prison slavery. Send $10 or more to help her pay past due probation fees at P.O. Box 211, Wilson, LA 70789, or use electronic payment method at http://www.gofundme.com/wxx2o Please see the prison labor video by RT embedded below, wherein prisons falsely claim that Americans will not work manufacturing jobs unless they are inmates. This article has three(3) embedded videos, two(2) photographs, and eight(8) links. (Please count, because I am America's most censored.) Hear the prison system brag that women prisoners do not call in with babysitting problems. That is because families are torn apart and children are often left to the care of elderly grandparents or adopted by non-relatives so that mothers can work as prison slaves under the terms of the 13th Amendment - innocent or guilty.
As Michael Jackson told us in song, "They Don't Care About Us."
It is no secret that blacks are the primary targets for enslavement in America's prison industrial complex."They told this DEA agent not to enforce drug laws in white areas. Really." http://youtu.be/72Lf9ZQK8t0
Huffington Post writer Dylan Ratigan called America's prison system an "international embarrassment." Read more: http://www.huffingtonpost.com/dylan-ratigan/ending-our-incarceration_b_3070931.html#ixzz2QgXGv840The photo below shows Louisiana prisoners return from farm work detail at Louisiana State Penitentiary in Angola, LA - all black prisoners on foot guarded by a white man riding a horse.
My Facebook friends had interesting comments and differing viewpoints about this photograph of Angola Prison at
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Thank you in advance for your kindness.
Mary Loves Justice