A middle age Georgia woman is plunged into intrigue when her brother - a harmless schizophrenic black man - is secretly arrested in Memphis Shelby County Jail for 18 days and murdered there under circumstances that neither the jail nor the United States Department of Justice will reveal . . . Writing as "duo," then as "MaryLovesJustice," she set out to resolve her brother's murder mystery while also helping countless other people in America who are also treated unjustly. She founded "Assistance to the Incarcerated Mentally Ill" to help decriminalize mental illness and stop police aggression against sick people in the USA. Her advocacy is viciously attacked by cyberstalkers, and people follow her in-person wherever she goes. On one occasion when she was followed by four vehicles led by a federal government vehicle, she called 911 and police did not respond. That is when she began to realize how deep the rabbit hole goes . . . Years later, she learned about organ thefts from African Americans and companies that sell body parts . . . [The book will include an access code for photographs, court documents and police reports, and to play cyberstalking videos that were filmed as I worked online with stalkers (maybe NSA) editing my work as I typed.]
My second book, "Extreme Punishments: DP and SHU," will include interviews with inmates and former inmates who were subjected to death row and solitary confinement, and their relatives or survivors. Dr. Jean Kennedy will co-author the book. She is an organizational psychologist who will offer a psychological analysis of the effects extreme punishments have or had on victims and their families as well as prison personnel and society as a whole. Listen to some interviews with impacted persons on my "Human Rights for Prisoners March" broadcasts on Blogtalkradio at
"The Cochran Firm Fraud" and "21st Century Slave Songs" (books 1 and 3 above) will be published shortly, and I will let you know how to purchase them. Part of the purchase price will help finance advocacy to decriminalize mental illness in the United States and stop police violence and executions of our most vulnerable citizens. The second book, "Extreme Punishments: SHU and DP" will be published before Independence Day 2014. Inquiries from agents and publishers are welcome.
Mary "Loves Justice" Neal
MaryLovesJustice@gmail.comPhone (678) 531-0262