Sunday, September 16, 2012

Righteous Policeman on Rev Pinkney Show

Members of Blacks in Law Enforcement of America (BLEA) rally against police violence in honor of Kenneth Chamberlain, a New York elder who was killed by police officers who responded when his life alert went off in error. The video is embedded below and on YouTube at this link

Many police officers and jail/prison guards are afraid to take a stand for righteousness because of retribution they incur when they violate the code of "brotherhood" among cops. Join us at the Rev. Pinkney Show this Sunday, Sept. 16, at 5pm EST, when the special guest will be Damon K. Jones, of BLEA. Officer Jones will discuss BLEA's demand for greater police oversight and accountability to avoid overuse of force incidents that have even claimed the lives of black police officers in recent tragedies. This message is CENSORED AND DENIED A FACEBOOK ICON FOR CERTAIN BLACK GROUPS, which may be the work of Mary Neal's personal censorship force and not Facebook itself. [This article was updated with an widget to listen to Rev. Pinkney's Blogtalk Show of September 16, 2012, which is positioned at the end of this article.]

On July 11, 2010, Rev. Pinkney interviewed former Memphis Shelby County Jailer Earley Story about corruption in the third largest jail in the country - the jail where my brother Larry Neal was killed after three weeks of secret arrest. Story was allegedly fired and maliciously prosecuted on false drug charges for refusing to go along with the murder cover-up involving another mentally ill inmate, Jerry Gregory. To hear Story's testimony, start listening after the first 35 minutes of the radio broadcast at . Story continued his interview the following week, when another law official (from Louisiana) also testified about persecution he suffered for standing for justice . Gregory was a small, effeminate man who was warehoused in an isolation cell on a ward with mentally ill inmates. Apparently, he and a much larger prisoner were released from their cells simultaneously, which should not have happened. Guards then enjoyed watching a HUMAN DOG FIGHT in the hall. Gregory lost, and he was tossed in his cell to die of his wounds. Story found Gregory bleeding there the next day and called for emergency medical services. Gregory told Story what happened before being taken to the hospital. Story was never called to testify regarding Gregory's death. As a black mental patient, Gregory's death is not deemed worthy of the level of justice that is demanded for pit bulls in the USA. Instead, Story found himself targeted for retribution for not agreeing to the fabrication that Gregory fell in the shower. Because of Sgt. Story's credibility, Gregory's family was able to sue for wrongful death. Story's malicious drug charges were dropped, but he was never rehired, like the judge ordered. 

Visit our website about Larry Neal's murder at WRONGFUL DEATH OF LARRY . My mentally, physically disabled brother's death remains covered-up by the U.S. Department of Justice and Shelby County Jail. Just as Earley Story claims, there is a definite alliance between certain jails and the federal government to cover up inmate abuse. In fact, former U.S. Attorney General Antonio Gonzales, along with other federal officials and local judges, was indicted for misusing his position to withhold Department of Justice investigations regarding inmate abuses in Willacy County, Texas in 2008. That conspiracy to deny inmates and survivors due process of law was allegedly done because the officials and judges owned shares in private jails and/or they accepted kickbacks from the jails, like two Pennsylvania judges were indicted for doing in 2009. The Pennsylvania senior justices were responsible for channeling thousands of children into private juvenile facilities, whether or not the children deserved punishment, in exchange for $2.6million.

America has a very corrupt legal system that causes much suffering among citizens in this country. The system retaliated against Earley Story for his refusal to help cover-up Gregory's murder and for being a whistleblower against Shelby County Jail in a lawsuit alleging racism that was filed by the NAACP years before Gregory's wrongful death. Story called this writer because of the close parallels between his circumstances and my family's denial of records and investigation after the Larry Neal's kidnapping and murder by Memphis Shelby County Jail and the federal cover-up of that murder that continues today. Story tried to hire The Cochran Firm to sue the jail for lost wages and get him reinstated as a jailer after the judge in his case dismissed the phony drug charges. However, The Cochran Firm rejected Story as a client, saying that firm would be in conflict of interest to represent him, because Julian Bolton, a Shelby County Commissioner, was the managing partner in The Cochran Firm's Memphis office. The Shelby County Commission owns and operates Shelby County Jail. 

On August 11, 2012, one document burglars stole from the Neals' home in Stone Mountain, Georgia was Earley Story's original affidavit attesting to the fact that The Cochran Firm refused to represent him in a lawsuit against Shelby County Jail because of its conflict of interest, although the law firm signed contract to represent the Neal family under that very same conflict of interest. The lawyers kept its conflict secret from the Neals: Julian Bolton was both managing partner of The Cochran Firm's Memphis office and a Shelby County Commissioner, and the Commission owns and operates the jail. Hopefully Larry Neal's murderers and cover-up accomplices will not harm Story to prevent him from making a new affidavit to be presented to the jury in Neals v. USDOJ, et al. Criminals are dangerous. Story said in his radio interview with Rev. Pinkney that one of the youths who the jail planned to testify against him and falsely allege that Story sold the youth drugs refused to do it. The young man was then murdered. After that, the man who murdered the youth was himself murdered (like Oswald was after JFK's assassination). Julian Bolton was eventually ousted from The Cochran Firm. In 2008, he worked in the building with attorneys who contracted to represent Duanna Johnson, a transgender woman who was beaten by two officers in Shelby County Jail for having a sex change operation. She infuriated police by refusing to answer to derogatory commands ("Hey, he/she, come over here"). The videotape of Johnson's beating in Shelby County Jail's intake area was uploaded on YouTube and viewed by many people throughout the world. Johnson was assassinated three months before the end of her statute of limitations to file suit for police brutality. America's legal system is largely administered by sociopathic criminals: burglars, murderers, and conspirators against open disclosure and justice.

America has many fine police officers and jail/prison guards who would like to honor their commitment to protect and serve the public. However, they have reason to fear retribution by the unjust system for revealing murders and brutality they sometimes witness. Most people in law enforcement probably know there is no righteous agency to go to and report abuses of power with any expectation of protection, since the USDOJ is itself criminal. Nevertheless, members of the Black in Law Enforcement of America courageously stand together with the public against police brutality. This writer looks forward to Damon K. Jones' interview on the Rev. Pinkney Blogtalk Show on September 16, 2012. His interview will be broadcast live and archived for listening 24/7. One interesting fact is that none of the Memphis Police officers who witnessed Duanna Johnson's beating intervened to protect her, and Early Story is the only jailer from that facility who attempted to help Larry Neal's family so far. Unfortunately, Story was already terminated before Larry's murder there in 2003. We hope that as Damon Jones and BLEA officers take a public stand against oppressive policing, more police officers and jail/prison guards will become emboldened and dare to say to their brutal partners, "STOP THE VIOLENCE."

If you would like to help the Neal family raise a reward for information from jailers and former inmates regarding the SECRET ARREST AND WRONGFUL DEATH OF LARRY NEAL, please email me at or call 678.531.0262. If a fake message claims that our phone is out of service, please call the police and report that CoIntelPro interference with our First Amendment right to free speech or email the USDOJ at . It is uncanny that in the United States, the only people we have to report crimes to are the criminals who do or allow me to be stalked, censored, burglarized, and practically held a prisoner in my own home to prevent advocacy for justice and to protect the reputation of a CoIntelPro law firm that is set up to defraud blacks nationwide in Johnnie Cochran's name. 

Some people believe the entire system is corrupt, but praise God for righteous police officers, judges, and government officials who have not bowed their knee to Baal. Consider the fine, courageous police officers who are members of BLEA. Thank God for judges like Judge Fine in Texas who denounced capital punishment and Judge Forrest in Manhattan who placed a permanent injunction against indefinite detention under NDAA, ruling it unconstitutional. Think about Sen. Wyden, who prevented Congress from voting away our net freedom and passing SOPA or PIPA before Americans had a chance to know about and object to the USDOJ taking over our Internet. Consider Congressmen John Lewis and Hank Johnson and others, who voted against NDAA concentration camps and stand against reducing the nation's budget to feed hungry Americans through food stamps and school meal programs. Praise God for Google, the Internet giant that refused to remove certain police brutality videos and was hit with congressional antitrust hearings as a result. And what about the Nashville judge who refused to sign warrants against the Occupy Movement protesters? Former president Jimmy Carter recently published an article condemning America's human rights abuses. In January 2012, Rep. Ron Paul introduced H.R.3785 to repeal indefinite detention provisions under NDAA. Sometimes, We the People may feel alone in our struggle against oppression. But God encouraged his prophet Elias, who also felt alone, by saying:

“I have reserved for myself seven thousand who have not bowed the knee to Baal. Even so then, at this present time also, there is a remnant according to the election of grace." ~Romans 11:4-5

What are Christian police officers and government officials to do if they have yielded to temptation and bowed their knees to Baal in these Last Days? If they are willing to change, "would God cast aside His people? God forbid" (Romans 11:1). Jesus saves. He is not willing that any should perish but urges everyone to come to repentance (2 Peter 3:9). Start treating everybody with respect, and honor their human rights. Honor your contract to uphold the U.S. Constitution. Jesus will pardon you. He invites us all to the Royal Celebration . Sin may seem attractive for a season. It is easy to turn a blind eye to abuses of power, and some people go against their own consciences and actually participate in crimes against humanity. They have become desensitized to human suffering and joined heathens who will all be destroyed.

Rev. Pinkney Blogtalk Show of September 16, 2012, with special guests Officer Damon K. Jones and Rev. Denise Johnson, is at this link . The interviews can also be played using the widget below.  

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Blessings from a Christian human rights advocate, Mary Neal, director of Assistance to the Incarcerated Mentally Ill at , sister of slain mentally, physically disabled man Larry Neal - Google Profile - - Follow me at Twitter @koffietime - - Current, urgent justice issues from a laywoman's viewpoint at my primary blog (the name is a joke, believe me). See also MaryLovesJustice blog at and DogJusticeforMentallyIll JusticeGagged Davis/MacPhailTruthCommittee Mary Neal at HubPages and "duo" at NowPublic Recommended articles - - email address (I am censored, but some emails reach my box). Try to phone me at 678.531.0262; however, none of us really has free speech, so "they" may prevent your call. Having First Amendment rights depends entirely on what one has to say. Treat others like you want to be treated, which is my message from Jesus for officials, is not protected speech.

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