Censorship to Hide Crimes Against Humanity in USA

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Friday, May 15, 2015

Fabricating Evidence, by Britton Mosley, Sr., a Mississippi DOC Whistleblower

Britton Mosley, Sr. worked as a corrections officer in the Mississippi Department of Corrections and tried to do his job by the book. He quickly learned that the rules were not observed by most CO's or their superiors. Mosley came to be hated by many of his coworkers and officials because he refused to look the other way while inmates were being brutalized, especially mentally ill prisoners who Mosley recognized as being Americans with disabilities and deserving of more patience than they received.

As a result of Mosley's credibility, he nearly became a Mississippi prisoner himself when corrupt officials tried to set him up on false drug charges. Luckily, Mosley had friends among the inmates he had always tried to inspire and protect, and one of them warned Mosley about what had been planted in his locker . . . This is a true story with irrefutable evidence included in the book, which you are invited to order from Amazon.com.

Coming of age in Mississippi in the sixties, Mosley was accustomed to terrorism because of the color of his skin. But he never imagined that terrorists would include law enforcement and political figures he worked with as a corrections officer.

Hear Mosley speak to Mary Neal about his book and what it was like being a whistleblower in a corrupt prison system on NNIA1 channel at BlogTalkRadio on Saturday, May 16. Listen by phone or computer at the url below, where the tape will also be archived for later listening at your convenience. 

http://www.blogtalkradio.com/nnia1/2015/05/16/fabricating-evidence-by-britton-mosley-former-co-in-mississippi-doc

More information about the book and the author is at Amazon.com:
"Fabricating Evidence: Drug Set-up/Cover-up of a Correctional Whistleblower" http://goo.gl/PGeAIy


#MississippiDOC   #CommissionerEpps   #corruption

Britton Mosley, former corrections officer in the Mississippi DOC

Read about and hear the inside scoop from one who lived through the corruption under
former Commissioner Epps and others

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Our featured authors for June and July 2015 have been selected. Can you suggest someone for August? To suggest a book and author, please leave a comment with your email address or phone number below, or contact MaryLovesJustice, director of "Human Rights Demand" channel at Blogtalkradio, Assistance to the Incarcerated Mentally Ill, the Human Rights for Prisoners March, and the Davis-MacPhail Truth Committee (an anti-DP org).
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http://WrongfulDeathofLarryNeal.com/main.html
Email address MaryLovesJustice@gmail.com
Phone numbers (678)531.0262 or (571)335-1741

Friday, May 1, 2015

My Facebook "likes" and comments restricted

Today I am not permitted to read all of the comments to my Facebook post about Dallas police not being charged for fatally shooting a mentally ill man who greeted the officers politely and was standing in his doorway twirling a screwdriver. Police officers can be heard on the video calmly saying, "Drop that for me, guy." Immediately they opened fire and shot the black man whose mother had called police for safe transport to a mental hospital. He was dead seconds after police arrived. 

My attempts to open the comments to my news about the officers' brutality being declared justified were met with warnings that my Internet connection is not secure. Heck, I already know that. The fact that stalkers prevent my reading and "liking" comments to my posts at Facebook's Assistance to the Incarcerated Mentally Ill proves that. So do the screenshots below, which you can select to get a larger view. When I tried to comment, my browser switched to the second photo (photo no. 2). When I tried again, the browser switched to the first photo (photo no. 1). I redacted my Internet connection and IP address, which were displayed on the screenshot. As you can clearly see at the bottom, right of both screenshots, my Internet access was working well and I had a strong Internet signal through AT&T.


Photo No. 1


Photo No. 2

I believe that Internet companies should divest themselves of prison stock and stop censoring human rights advocates before they get sued for First Amendment violations. Otherwise, they should lock all of the back doors that I read are currently open to government interference.

Today I read about government documents being released which had previously been held secret from We the People. Government officials and their censorship staff in Internet companies should recognize by now the truth of God's Word:

There is nothing hidden that will not be revealed. There is nothing kept secret that will not come to light. ~Luke 8:17
First paragraphs repeated: Today I am not permitted to read all of the comments to my Facebook post about Dallas police not being charged for fatally shooting a mentally ill man who greeted the officers politely and was standing in his doorway twirling a screwdriver. Police officers can be heard on the video calmly saying, "Drop that for me, guy." Immediately they opened fire and shot the black man whose mother had called police for safe transport to a mental hospital. He was dead seconds after police arrived. 

My attempts to open the comments to my news about the officers' brutality being declared justified were met with warnings that my Internet connection is not secure. Heck, I already know that. The fact that stalkers prevent my reading and "liking" comments to my posts at Facebook's Assistance to the Incarcerated Mentally Ill proves that. So do the screenshots below, which you can select to get a larger view. When I tried to comment, my browser switched to the second photo (photo no. 2). When I tried again, the browser switched to the first photo (photo no. 1). I redacted my Internet connection and IP address, which were displayed on the screenshot. As you can clearly see at the bottom, right of both screenshots, my Internet access was working well and I had a strong Internet signal through AT&T.

MaryLovesJustice Neal
Assistance to the Incarcerated Mentally Ill (AIMI)
AIMI vs. USA
http://humanrights.blogspot.com
Petition for freedom of press rights for Mary Neal and all Human Rights Advocates
http://www.ipetitions.com/petition/free-mary-neal