Nancy Lockhart on "NNIA1"
Our guest on "NNIA1" this Friday night, June 19, is to be Nancy Lockhart, a noted human rights advocate in the area of criminal justice! Join us at 11pmEST by calling (818)572.2947. Lockhart's legal research and strong advocacy have engendered many successes for the People.
Nancy Lockhart, M.J. is a non attorney legal analyst with a sincere passion for researching and publicizing wrongful convictions and issues of grave injustices.
Lockhart is most notably recognized for her work in freeing The Scott Sisters, however; her resume encompasses numerous successful results. Lockhart holds a Master of Jurisprudence from Loyola University Chicago School of Law.
As a former third generation public school teacher Lockhart followed the tradition of creating "outside the box" teaching strategies for students labeled learning disabled and emotionally disturbed. Her consciousness and disapproval of the "school to prison pipeline" led her to work with juvenile delinquents. As 1994, Reader's Digest DeWitt Wallace Fellow - Lockhart created strategies to integrate technology and writing in rural South Carolina.
In December of 2011, Lockhart published "Locked Up What To Do When Your AZZ Get's Locked Up" as a learning supplement and guidebook against mass incarceration. Her website is
Lockhart is available for interactive, community based legal education workshops.
Jennie Ruiz on "NNIA1"
SAD ANNIVERSARY - This week is the second anniversary of the police execution of Charlie Salinas, a troubled, unarmed Marine Corps veteran killed on June 15, 2012, in Sanger, California. His sister Jennie Ruiz will give an update on her family's justice quest on Saturday, June 20, 2015, at "NNIA1" channel on BlogTalkRadio. Call-in at 3pmEST to speak with Jennie, (818)572.2947. Support her family, please, everyone who cares about ending police violence against people suffering from depression. See an entitled, "Sanger Police Officers Shoot and Kill an Unarmed Suicidal Marine Corps Vet." Thank you for sharing this announcement and plea to give Assistance to the Incarcerated Mentally Ill.
Excerpt from "CopBlock"
On June 15, 2012 my brother Charlie Salinas was gunned down like a dog by officers of the Sanger Police Department and Fresno County Sheriffs Department. He was depressed, drunk, and suicidal. He made a 911 call saying he wanted to die. Sanger Police Department obliged him. They surrounded him, and opened fire shooting at least 30 times, even shooting him as he lay on the ground dying.
Dr. Stephen B. Seager, a psychiatrist from CA, will be our guest on "Human Rights Demand" channel at BlogTalkRadio on Sun., Jun 21, at 6pmPST, where the call-in number is (347)857.3293. Dr. Seager is also a best-selling author and a movie producer. He wrote a best-selling book after working in a prison: “Behind the Gates of Gomorrah, a Year With the Criminally Insane." It is available through Amazon.com.
Dr. Seager advocates for AOT programs giving subsistence assistance and mandatory treatment for people with serious mental illness, and he favors crisis intervention team (CIT) training for police officers and prison guards [so they will STOP their murders and cover-ups - Dr. Seager didn't say that; I did]. Now Dr. Seager is producing a movie featuring families of mentally ill people! His website is http://Stephenseagermd.com > Don't miss the show! Save the date!
Dr. Seager wrote: "I am so looking forward to this show. The neglect of the seriously mentally ill must stop. Their incarceration is a national disgrace. NAMI and SAMHSA have gone down the rabbit hole of anti-science and wishful thinking. Call in let's talk. Let's organize. Let's change things. It can be done. AOT. CIT. Advice to the police when dealing with a mentally ill person: 'Just don't shoot them.' Let's start there...Support the movie, 'MADNESS!: America's Mental Illness Treatment Tragedy.' Sept. first, we have an Indiegogo fundraiser so that you can be part of this project. So that you can feel this is your movie. Your cause. And when the change comes, as it will, you can say, 'I helped do that. I wasn't afraid. I didn't waver. I stood up and I helped. All my very, very best.'"
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