Tuesday, March 27, 2012

Trayvon Martin Shooting: A Set-up for Martial Law?

Make no friendship with an angry man; and with a furious man you shall not go (Prov.22:24). (This article has five photos, ten paragraphs, and two links.) Is Trayvon Martin's shooting death being used as a set-up for Martial Law? Like I warned years before the Troy Davis execution, don't let anyone make fools of you over Trayvon Martin. People could use the opportunity of rallies for justice after wrongful deaths to spark riots. Perhaps the concentration camps are ready now. The Army advertised for resettlement relocation specialists last fall, and I read reports that companies were placing bids to service the camps months ago. Congress passed the National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA) bills in November, and President Obama signed NDAA on New Year's Eve. Numerous states are passing laws against public protests. On March 16, the president signed an Executive Order for peacetime Martial Law. Every time you turn on the news, some American official is grinning and shaking hands with Chinese officials as our human and civil rights and jobs disappear. Approach everything with a cool head, and go nowhere with angry people. That is biblical advice, and I concur. Only free people can free people.

Notice that whereas media companies usually suppress news about black people's murder by police and others who act under the color of law, they are reporting Martin's murder widely. Whereas federal officials helped cover up Larry Neal's murder (my mentally, physically disabled brother who was murdered under secret arrest in 2003), Trayvon's death may get an immediate federal investigation. Many of the SAME human/civil rights advocates and government officials who are arousing people regarding Trayvon's shooting refuse to help numerous others after abuses of power - not just my brother's murder. So be careful about this case. There could be an evil plan. 

If anyone doubts the potential for conspiracies between officials, civil rights organizations, and the media, read some articles in FreeSpeakBlog or DogJusticeforMentallyIll blog, my HubPages articles and MaryLovesJustice blog like http://marylovesjustice.blogspot.com/2012/03/maryneal-to-ramapough-people-re-cochran.html "MARY NEAL TO THE RAMAPOUGH PEOPLE" and visit Wrongful Death of Larry Neal.com http://WrongfulDeathOfLarryNeal.com - Some people who claim concern about Trayvon's shooting have shown disregard about too many injustices, including wrongful deaths, for me to believe they care about Trayvon. Churches that have been moot about injustices over the last few years (perhaps led by pastors on Homeland Security's "Clergy Response Teams) have their members wearing hoodies to church and are quite vocal about Trayvon. It is suspicious.

Hopefully people who have nothing to say about other suspicious deaths are advocating for Trayvon because it is politically correct to do so, especially during an election year, but it could be more than that. Therefore, watch out. No matter what happens regarding Trayvon's death, let's give peace a fighting chance. Don't be a sucker. If you attend a rally where someone gets loose, get gone. A friend from the original BPP said people would sometimes send paid instigators to their rallies to start trouble (like car fires) for them to be blamed. That also reportedly happened in California at Oscar Grant protests and at an Occupy protest.

(This article has five photos, ten paragraphs, and two links.). See four photos below that no reporters ever asked me about, that only two people at the NAACP's Awards Dinner asked about when I picketed diners' hypocrisy in January. Police told me I'd better not tell you about the secret arrest and wrongful death of Larry Neal, my mentally, physically disabled brother who was interned in Memphis/ Shelby County Jail for 18 days in 2003 and returned to us as a naked corpse with no explanation or apology given, records denied, questions and objections prohibited, and requests for due process of law totally rejected. Look at the four photos below and tell me the difference between Trayvon's wrongful death and the deaths of numerous other black people who were killed just in the past six months! Perhaps something is up. The photo below is "Mary Neal Protests Georgia Superior Court."

Larry was a lifelong schizophrenic heart patient who police falsely denied having until he died under circumstances which Memphis Shelby County Jail and the United States Justice Department REFUSE to divulge to his family in defiance of open disclosure laws. Freedom of Information Act requests and federal subpoenas are disregarded in Larry's death. A federal court ruled that The Cochran Firm's fraud against our family to help the jail cover-up Larry's murder was "immaterial." Media companies refused to report that when my mother and I sued The Cochran Firm for defrauding us to help the jail escape accountability for Larry's murder, The Cochran Firm and Georgia Superior Court declared falsely that there is no Cochran Firm office within the State of Georgia. That is big news since Atlanta's Cochran Firm's law office is listed on The Cochran Firm's website, in all Atlanta phone books, with most legal searches, and the same firm regularly misrepresents minorities in botched justice quests. Do officials and the media really care about Trayvon? The photo below is "Mary Neal Pickets CNN."

Below is the photo of Thomas Arthur, a man who Alabama plans to execute Thursday, March 29, 2012, although his 2009 DNA test results exonerated. The court actually sealed Arthur's DNA test results time they were received, and plans to execute Arthur continued. Mainstream media did not report that Alabama Forensic Laboratory found that Arthur's DNA test results were no match for any evidence tested until long after I did, and cyberstalkers tried mightily to prevent my online reports. (This article has five photos, ten paragraphs, and two links.) There is more crime scene evidence available to test, and Arthur desperately wants to take more DNA tests to prove his innocence at his attorneys' expense, but Alabama refuses. No one at the federal level has stopped Thursday's execution, as far as I know. Do these sound like people who'd care about another dead American from the 99%? The photo below is Thomas Arthur, next human sacrifice for the 1%.

Certain people in government who claim to be outraged about Trayvon's death raised no objections to Troy Davis' execution. Troy was just a teen like Trayvon when he was sentenced to die for a crime he probably did not do, and he never got a re-trial no matter how many witnesses admitted they lied on Troy, whose photo is below.

So excuse me for looking for ANOTHER conspiracy when people who have a history of withholding comment about injustice speak up for Travon Martin. I am suspicious because media companies that pretend not to see me standing in front of their headquarter offices (CNN) with a 4 foot long, 2 foot wide sign report Trayvon's shooting death. It bears watching when human rights organizations that regularly turn away justice seekers show almost immediate interest in Trayvon although their usual style is to wait until it is nearly sundown on a justice quest before offering support, if then. Excuse me for being skeptical about the people's sincerity and looking for reasons why it was not until Martial Law bills passed that media companies, officials, and human rights orgs suddenly Changed - but ONLY regarding Trayvon Martin. Just be careful, please. Blessings!

Mary Neal, human/civil rights activist reminding people to keep the peace to hold on to what is left of our freedom around here. (This article has five photos, ten paragraphs, and two links.)


katherinc said...

These are very informative, and logical articles. While I am deeply concerned about Trayvon Martins family, and his killer being brought to justice,I have deep concerns for my now 20 year old son, Matthew, who is still alive, and stands to be convicted and imprisoned. He was 17 when he was accused of indecent exposure(obscenity)after a 51 year old educator claimed she saw him on a hall walking behind her, exposed. He remains adamant that this did not happen. There weren't any witnesses,(Her words against his). when I asked to see cameras, I was ignored. I asked this educator why she followed outside alone, and his supervisor, and others were in the building, and asked why did it take 4 days to report it. She became angry and said she was pressing charges. My son has been in court about this since 2009. He has been scheduled for trial on 4-23-2012. There is no evidence he did anything wrong,or was suggestive to her etc. He had no prior criminal record. I feel the charges against him are biased, and retalitory directed toward me by the District Attorney for filing a complaint against him for falsely arresting me. There is more. I am reaching out to anyone, anyone who can help us. Please contact me, Katherine Conner, at 225-629-5646, or email, kayconnerso4real@yahoo.com. I really need and would appreciate your help.

MaryLovesJustice Neal said...

I am sorry to hear about your son's endangerment, Katherine Conner. Have any of the people grandstanding on Trayvon Martin's casket agreed to try to help your son avoid wrongful conviction? Did you know there is a new test that is 100% effective in exonerating innocent people? Brain Finger Printing http://www.123seminarsonly.com/Seminar-Reports/003/BRAIN-FINGERPRINTING.pdf

Troy Davis should have had this test. The people interned at Guantanamo should have it. And your son should have it. I don't know the price, but it has to be cheaper than court costs and spending possibly billions per year incarcerating and executing possibly innocent people. Please look into it for Matthew. Thanks for sharing your story.

Our hearts go out to Trayvon Martin's family, and the same zeal people use to protest his wrongful death should be expended preventing wrongful convictions like Matthew could face. Young black men are targeted for prison and death, and both are unacceptable.


MaryLovesJustice Neal said...


Whereas that is a step in the right direction, there is no victory in Zimmerman's arrest. Victory requires a conviction and lengthy sentencing. That has not happened yet. Furthermore, there are many other dead bodies across America that are not even cold in their graves yet. While people's energy has been CHANNELED for Trayvon Martin, another unarmed young black man was killed in Pasadena, CA. just weeks ago - K. McDade. A 68-year-old black Marine vet was killed by police who responded when his medic alert went off. They were supposed to be responding to an emergency, but they Tasered and shot the senior citizen to death. No, the battle is not won.

I RESENT the fact that with police murders commonplace, the murder the country was CHANNELED to focus on was a murder by a neighborhood watchman. Trayvon's murder is not representative of the many deaths at STOLEN LIVES http://www.stolenlives.org/ . It is probably the only death by a pseudo-law enforcement person that does not give the opportunity to sue any government agency. That may be why Martin's death was CHOSEN.

We have much work to do to educate people about the problems facing blacks and facing all working class people in America. And when considering those issues, death by neighborhood watchmen does not loom large. This is not to marginalize what Martin's family endures. I feel sympathy for them and regret Trayvon's death. But I urge everyone who cares about Trayvon Martin's death to recognize there are such things as DIVERSIONS. The media that ordinarily suppresses stories about blacks being killed loudly reports on Trayvon. Officials and civil/human rights orgs that ordinarily do not get involved in wrongful deaths in our community got involved early and conspicuously regarding Martin. Elected officials who said zero while Troy Davis faced death on an unproved murder charge are verbal about justice for Trayvon. Why? If people chose to use a tragedy to show solidarity with the black community during an election year, I would prefer for them to address a justice issue that is more representative of the endangerment black men regularly experience - mass incarceration, deaths and brutality by actual police officers.

How do you respond to that?

christine said...

Katherine, I am so sorry about your son. There is no way that woman could see any clear reflection in the wall. This sexual predatory law is just way too convenient to use against someone. You are probably right that it is retaliation. We have to stop this injustice or we all will be in the jail for profit. Who do these idiots think will pay for this stuff when we are all in jail. Of course if he was a white teen, we would not be having this conversation. The woman would have to have witnesses and have a more clear vision of what she saw. Women have been chewed up on the stand in rape trials. They drag their past out, did you see any marks to identify his penis, etc. There is no way there would be a conviction if it was a white guy. We all know that.