(f) I wrote about former Vice President Dick Chaney and Attorney General Gonzales, who were indicted in 2008 on charges alleging that they withheld federal prosecution related to prisoner abuse in American correctional institutions for a fee. They never went to trial, but it seems something of that sort happened related to Larry Neal's murder after 18 days of secret arrest in Memphis Shelby County Jail in 2003. It is unfortunate that the present presidential administration covers for the former one rather than upholding Larry's right to life and my right to speak about that injustice. But Larry and I are Black people who presumably have no rights that U.S. decision makers are bound to honor, according to the Dred Scott Decision.
(g) Finally, I wrote about former President Bush's plan to enforce smallpox vaccinations for all Americans in 2002 and how ironic it is for America to be again facing government enforced vaccinations by the Obama Administration, which also happened during the H1N1 farce in 2009.
10) Like Ida B. Wells left Memphis to avoid being lynched, this is a good time to leave Georgia. I stopped driving years ago when I was followed everywhere, and now it seems dangerous to sit on my own porch. It is interesting that my flight will be to escape Negroes who work with elite white supremacists to censor, persecute, and terrorize a Black family for requesting justice regarding a lynching and for demanding human rights for all prisoners. They seem not to care about the Streisand Effect or the films and documents my harm would release. People say the purpose of gangstalking is to run the targets insane, but sometimes it seems the surveillance team goes crazy instead, like George Zimmerman probably did.
11) WHY PAY SURVIVORS OF POLICE VIOLENCE VICTIMS WHEN WE COULD JUST KILL THEM,TOO? THE BLACK FAMILIES HAVE NO RIGHTS.
Advocacy article by Mary Neal, a Christian Human Rights Activist
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