Thursday, May 29, 2014

NY Claims Right to Kill Black Patients

Please see an excerpt from an Associated Press report below that shows the Government claims a right to torture or kill black people who use government benefits or are prisoners:

ALBANY, N.Y. — A spokeswoman for the New York state institution where a mentally disabled man's death has been ruled a homicide says officials were obligated to bill the man's estate almost $12 million for his care over 10 years or risk losing federal Medicaid funding.

Spokeswoman Jennifer O'Sullivan says the state was following federal Medicaid obligations in seeking reimbursement recently from the estate of Rasheen Rose.The 33-year-old man died two years ago at Fineson Developmental Center in Queens and his sister has filed a lawsuit accusing the staff of killing him. They deny any wrongdoing. (Link to full report is below.)

New York billed Rasheen Rose's family $12m for his mistreatment that culminated in his restraint chair murder. If his sister is awarded $5m for his wrongful death, Rose's estate would still owe the State $7m. The answer might be to raise the amount of the plaintiffs' demand, but some states have caps on the amount of recovery for personal injury damages (follow the link at the end of this article.) As I reported years ago, families of murdered black mental patients are intended to just thank the murderers, then go home and eat chicken.

The idea behind New York's lawsuit is that the State owns black people who have received government benefits or are prisoners. The State claims the right to torture and murder them without the fear of paying any damages. Under this standard, consider the following:

~ The estates of murdered prisoners' can be charged for the time the prisoners were incarcerated plus court fees and legal fees that brought about the deadly incarcerations.

~ Murdered and abused children who suffer in State custody may be charged for their time in State care plus court fees and legal fees that delivered the children from their parents' custody.

~ Neglected or murdered medical patients treated by State-financed facilities (like the patients killed by hospital staff during Katrina) can be charged for Medicaid payments that were used to pay for their medical care. The same is true of elderly and handicapped people who are abused or murdered in any State-run facility.

~ Black people injured or killed by food poisoning can be sued for the amount of food stamps they received throughout their lives if they sue the State for allowing tainted food into their food supply.

Black people who are deliberately kept impoverished in the United States are still considered chattel. Ownership has shifted from private hands to the Government which sustains them. The State declares in this lawsuit that it has every right to abuse its chattel's human and civil rights. When murders and other crimes against humanity happen, whether intentionally or by criminal negligence, the aim of this lawsuit is to ensure that no money goes to African Americans for losses. Therefore, killing and brutalizing black people in the United States of America becomes the prerogative of their owner, the Government, just as slave owners could brutalize and kill their "property" without fear of lawsuits or criminal charges

Three(3) References
State Bills Family Of Homicide Victim For Nearly $12 Million
Damage Caps and Other Limits on Personal Injury Compensation

Wrongful Death of Larry

MaryLovesJustice Neal

Wednesday, May 21, 2014

Following The Cochran Firm Fraud Trail to White Liberals

It is interesting to follow The Cochran Firm fraud trail and see where it leads. I knew it had to lead to big money and powerful people. No insignificant law firm would have the nerve to use "nonexistence" as a defense when sued for malpractice and fraud like The Cochran Firm did when sued by the Neal family. I am disappointed but not surprised to find that The Cochran Firm fraud trail leads to so-called "white liberals."

Hezekiah Sistrunk is congratulated all over the Internet for being awarded the coveted Clarence Darrow Award. Sistrunk is the managing partner of The Cochran Firm's Atlanta Office, a law office that was declared nonexistent by Georgia courts to help The Cochran Firm avoid accountability for fraud. After the death of Jock Smith, Sistrunk became a National Partner and President of The Cochran Firm. "They" like to keep a black face out front.

Clarence Darrow was allegedly one of the greatest trial lawyers of the 20th century and a leading member of the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU). I have received no assistance from the ACLU regarding the secret arrest and murder of Larry Neal, a mentally and physically disabled black man, and The Cochran Firm fraud that prevented our wrongful death and negligence lawsuits from going forward. The Cochran Firm did this by signing contract with the Neals under a secret conflict of interest, then withholding legal services it pretended to render for nearly a year through U.S. Mail fraud. I assume the ACLU did not object to the Clarence Darrow Award being bestowed on Hezekiah Sistrunk, a thoroughly corrupt attorney whose law firm denied its own existence in Georgia, a perjury that was upheld in Georgia Superior Court by Judge Wendy Shoob in 2006 and in United States District Court in 2007, with Judge Timothy Batten presiding.

The Clarence Darrow Award was presented by Mike Papantonio at the 2014 Mass Torts Made Perfect (MTMP) Conference in Las Vegas, Nevada, April 10, 2014. Robert Kennedy, Jr. is one of the attorneys in The Papanonio Firm.

The Cochran Firm's press release says, "The Clarence Darrow Award recognizes dedication and excellence in the legal profession and is given to an attorney who has demonstrated exceptional conviction in their work."

Inasmuch as The Cochran Firm's "work" is to defraud black people throughout America to save government entities and large corporations from paying righteous damages to The Cochran Firm's clients, I agree that Sistrunk displays "exceptional conviction" to his work.

I have no doubt that everyone involved in bestowing this honor on Hezekiah Sistrunk is well aware of The Cochran Firm's many frauds against its African American clients. They could hardly miss knowing about lawsuits and allegations of fraud and racism levied against The Cochran Firm by its former attorneys who refused to deliberately withhold adequate legal services from the firm's clients after Johnnie Cochran's untimely death. The civil rights attorneys who worked with Cochran were fired or forced out of the firm after the firm fell into the hands of white supremacists who had partnered with Cochran shortly before his demise. Cochran died shortly after announcing his plan to file suit for slavery and Jim Crow reparations against the USA and major corporations that used leased slaves.

The Cochran Firm's press release about Hezekiah Sistrunk being awarded the Clarence Darrow Award even made mention of his defrauded client, Sarah Dozier, the niece of Kathryn Johnston, whose wrongful death case The Cochran Firm misrepresented terribly in Atlanta. The Cochran Firm claimed to have filed a lawsuit with an $18 million demand a year after Kathryn Johnston's shooting death by Atlanta police officers. However, I was unable to find the court of origin of the lawsuit. Both Georgia Superior Court and Georgia State Court denied being the court of origin when I checked their records after the lawsuit was settled. Both courts presented supervisors who assured me the case was never filed in their courts, and both courts allowed me to examine their computerized list of cases to prove the suit was not filed there. No such lawsuit was found on record. However, United States District Court had a case for Dozier v. City of Atlanta that claimed (falsely, apparently) to have been transferred from Georgia State Court. The changes that were made to the federal court docket AFTER the lawsuit settled for less than a third of the demand are reprehensible and obscene. That botched case was presided over by Judge Marvin Shoob, father of Judge Wendy Shoob, who pronounced The Cochran Firm nonexistent in Georgia and wrongly dismissed the Neals v. The Cochran Firm case in 2006.

Hezekiah Sistrunk defrauded Dozier a second time when she was sued by The Rev. Markel Hutchins. Sistrunk allegedly advised his client, Dozier, to lie to Probate Court and deny having received Hutchins' invoice for services connected to her recovery of damages for police having murdered her 92-year-old aunt, Kathryn Johnston. How many lawyers advise their clients to defraud the court and defraud courts themselves with impunity? How many lawyers would win prestigious awards after that illegal conduct was published? Only The Cochran Firm is allowed such license. Dozier's sons believe their mother died partly due to stress - Legal Abuse Syndrome.

The Cochran Firm regularly defrauds its African American clients to "protect the status quo," which is elite white supremacy. That was the mission undertaken by the covert FBI program, CoIntelPro. The Cochran Firm saved Ford Motor Company roughly $3 billion by defrauding the Ramapough People, and that was only one case. Imagine how much money The Cochran Firm saves corporate America and government agencies every year by defrauding African Americans and other minorities under Johnnie Cochran's name.

Besides being awarded the Clarence Darrow Award from white liberals, Sistrunk was inducted into the Gate City Bar Association Hall of Fame by Negro lawyers in November 2011. Good job defrauding the Neals and Johnston's family, Sistrunk and co-conspirators! Meka B. Ward, the president of the Gate City Bar Association, will soon become the first African American president of the State Bar of Georgia, another corrupt organization that refused to even mail me a complaint form after my Cochran Firm fraud until commanded to do so by the State Attorney General. Other Cochran Firm fraud victims are listed in the article entitled "Beware of Treacherous Lawers: The Cochran Firm"

If white liberals with power and money and bougie blacks really cared about the condition of African Americans, why are black people still broke, unemployed, and mass incarcerated to provide slave labor? Why are so many blacks terrorized and killed by police in their communities? It is time to recognize elite integration. We can rely on neither white liberals nor conservatives, and we could never trust black Confederate soldiers like Sistrunk. The united effort of traitor blacks and racist white elitists was responsible for our initial enslavement, and their unity keeps us in our present disenfranchised state. Who do you think "strongly supported" the racist 100 to 1 sentencing disparity regarding "crack vs. powder cocaine"? The Congressional Black Caucus did in 1986. Who do you think requested that Congress outlaw only menthol cigarettes, the kind that over 85 percent of black smokers use? The NAACP did. They actually asked Congress to pass another racially discriminatory drug law to excuse more mass incarceration of black people, then continued to accept black people's membership dues and claim to "represent" African Americans. These must be other cases of "mass torts made perfect."

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Elite white people and black people done got together against little people
And they imprisoning 'em and waterboarding 'em and executing 'em

Elite white people and black people done got together against little people
They lay 'em off, make 'em bail out banks, laying railroad tracks to concentration camps

For more information, Google "Cochran Firm Fraud by Mary Neal." 

MaryLovesJustice Neal
Wrongful Death of Larry Neal

Cochran Firm Fraud blog

No wonder I have cyber stalkers. Their bosses do not want me censored because they are ashamed; they are bullies. They apparently called more black Confederate soldiers positioned in houses around mine and told them to shoot their guns to register their objections to this article. I wonder what legal award Sistrunk will be given next to further illustrate the racism and hypocrisy of the legal system.

Saturday, May 17, 2014

Psychologists Explain High Recidivism Rate

Special guests for the "Human Rights for Prisoners March" Blogtalkradio shows next week will be Dr. Earle Williams and Dr. Jean Kennedy. Dr. Williams is a clinical psychologist with over 20 years of professional experience in Forensic Psychology. Dr. Williams is an educator and television commentator as well as a practicing psychologist. His responsibilities have included conducting psychological assessments to determine defendants' trial readiness. Dr. Williams is involved in helping released prisoners avoid recidivism.

Research by the Bureau of Justice Statistics shows that 67.5 percent of released prisoners are rearrested within three years, almost exclusively for felonies or serious misdemeanors. All reentry programs should include counseling ex-offenders on how to avoid recidivism.

Sunday, May 18, 2014, 3pm EST - "Human Rights for Prisoners March" Blogtalkradio show on HUMAN RIGHTS DEMAND channel. Call-in (347) 857-3293
. Listen live or to the archived tapes 24/7 at

Monday, May 19, 2014, 12 midnight EST - "Human Rights for Prisoners March" Blogtalkradio show on NNIA1 channel. Call-in at (818)572-2947. Listen live or to the archived tapes 24/7 at

Dr. Williams wants to give back by helping released prisoners have a successful reentry. VIDEO

Visit Dr. Williams' website at

Dr. Williams is committed to helping improve success and has made some of his publications available for free

Organizational psychologist and radio host Dr. Jean Kennedy will also be a guest on both shows. She is currently working with prisoner activist Mary Neal to publish a book to expose and oppose detrimental punishments in America: "Extreme Punishments - SHU and DP." Dr. Kennedy is prepared to explain the organization structure of America's justice system, which contributes to the nation's unacceptable high rate of recidivism.

Both psychologists have something in common with the ex-offenders they strive to help. Both have also been arrested.

Current National Statistics on Recidivism
Bureau of Justice Statistics (BJS) studies have found high rates of recidivism among released prisoners. One study tracked 272,111 prisoners in 15 states after their release from prison in 1994.[1] The researchers found that:
Within three years:
~67.5 percent were rearrested (almost exclusively for felonies or serious misdemeanors)
~46.9 percent were reconvicted
~25.4 percent were resentenced to prison for a new crime

The offenders accumulated 4.1 million arrest charges before their most recent imprisonment and another 744,000 charges within three years of release.

Released prisoners with the highest rearrest rates were robbers (70.2 percent), those in prison for possessing, using or selling illegal weapons (70.2 percent), burglars (74.0 percent), larcenists (74.6 percent), those in prison for possessing or selling stolen property (77.4 percent), and motor vehicle thieves (78.8 percent).

Within three years, 2.5 percent of released rapists were arrested for another rape, and 1.2 percent of those who had served time for homicide were arrested for another homicide. See NIJ data at

Visit "Human Rights for Prisoners March" blog at
One reason for mass incarceration and recidivism is discussed in the article called "Pushing Young Blacks to the Drug Culture" featuring Ferrell Williams' hip hop song, "Young Niggas, Move That Dope."

Attorney General Eric Holder recently announced an expansive clemency review under sentencing reforms that may result in thousands more inmates being released from prison. Successful reentry for released prisoners should therefore be a high priority. The attorney general said:

“Once these reforms go into effect, we expect to receive thousands of additional applications for clemency. And we at the Department of Justice will meet this need by assigning potentially dozens of lawyers—with backgrounds in both prosecution and defense—to review applications and provide the rigorous scrutiny that all clemency applications require.”

Please listen to and share our radio broadcasts on May 18 and 19. Many government officials and human rights activists are involved in justice reform. Most people agree that 2.3 million prisoners are too many. More must be done to reduce incarceration through education, skills training, decriminalizing mental illness and drug addiction, and launching successful reentry programs. Correctional facilities should emphasize rehabilitation, and corporations that use prison laborers should hire their released workers. Nonviolent offenders' records should be automatically expunged, and voting rights should be restored. Without a significant change in the rate of recidivism, prison releases under the Justice Department's sentencing reforms will not impact mass incarceration to the degree that could be realized.

Mary Neal, director
Assistance to the Incarcerated Mentally Ill

Dog Justice for Mentally Ill


Wednesday, May 7, 2014

IRP6: They Suppress Black Achievement Then Call Us Lazy

The IRP6

In March of 1892, Ida B. Wells, a journalist and former Memphis school teacher, started a crusade against lynching after three friends of hers were brutally murdered by a Memphis mob. Tom Moss and two of his friends, Calvin McDowell and Henry Stewart, were arrested for defending themselves against an attack on Moss' store. Moss was a highly respected figure in the black community, a postman as well as the owner of a grocery store. A white competitor, enraged that Moss had drawn away his black customers, hired some off-duty deputy sheriffs to destroy the store. The black store owner and friends shot at the white men, not knowing they were police officers. The blacks were arrested and lynched. Ida B. Wells wrote a scathing article about the lynchings, then left Memphis and never dared to return. (These events are covered more fully at "The Rise and Fall of Jim Crow" link provided at the end of this article.)

When African Americans accomplished economic success during and since Reconstruction, racist white supremacists destroyed them and their achievements. This happened  in Tulsa, Oklahoma, Rosewood, Florida, Forsyth County, Georgia, as well as in Memphis and other towns, and it still happens today. Learn about IRP-6, five black and one white computer software executives who went into business together and had every expectation of running a multi-billion dollar enterprise, selling custom software to government entities. The six executives of IRP6 are imprisoned today, arrested for something that should have been addressed in civil court, if at all.

The long story shortened is that IRP6 developed software and showcased it to the U.S. Government, and were asked to custom the software to certain specifications. This required the company to contract with temporary agencies that provided technicians to help with the project. The IRP6 incurred expenses they were not able to cover timely but expected to make full payment upon the sale of the software or ascertaining a business loan. Before either of those could happen, the federal government charged the executives with fraud connected with the company's indebtedness to temporary agencies. The government actually staged a raid on the computer software firm and held its executives and employees at gunpoint while removing its records and computers. Some people believe the intention was to capture the software without paying for it (looting). IRP6 were later arrested and charged with fraud on the temporary agencies. America has returned to "debtors' prisons".

Racism seems evident in the IRP6 case, as it clearly was when towns and communities founded by blacks were destroyed after the Civil War. Even the U.S. Government was dedicated to suppressing blacks. From the 1930's until it was discovered and exposed in the 1970s, the FBI ran a covert program for the express purpose of suppressing black people and others who championed human and civil rights. It was called "CoIntelPro." Two of its declared aims were to maintain the status quo (white supremacy) and prevent the rise of a "Black Messiah." After the civil rights era, criminal prosecution largely replaced mob violence, mass lynchings and looting to bankrupt and penalize blacks who dared to violate the status quo rule by endeavoring to achieve independent wealth.

What happened to IRP6 serves as a warning to other black experts to seek employment among companies founded by whites. Do not establish your own companies and compete with them on any level, or you may be jailed like IRP6 or lynched like Tom Moss, Calvin McDowell and Henry Stewart were in Memphis in the 1800s when the grocery store Moss owned drew customers from a white retailer. The system still suppresses black achievement, then calls African Americans lazy.

Below is a press release from "A Just Cause." Please help by sharing information about the six computer software executives who are being punished for achieving success in the 21st century.


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The moral arc of the universe is long, but it bends toward justice ~Martin Luther King, Jr.

Denver, CO (PRWEB) February 27, 2014

The IRP6 case concerns an African-American company (IRP Solutions Corporation) in Colorado that developed the Case Investigative Life Cycle (CILC) criminal investigations software for federal, state, and local law enforcement. The IRP6 (Kendrick Barnes, Gary L Walker, Demetrius K. Harper, Clinton A Stewart, David A Zirpolo and David A Banks) were convicted in 2011 after being accused of mail and wire fraud. (D. Ct. No. 1:09-CR-00266-CMA). The IRP6 have been incarcerated for over 18 months in federal prison in Florence, Colorado while their case is under appeal.

Court records show that the IRP6 challenged the proposed jury instructions but their challenge was denied by federal Judge Christine Arguello. Records show that the IRP6 requested that the jury instructions include a definition of scheme to defraud and that the jury instructions would elaborate on the term “intent."

Court transcripts show that David Banks argued before the court regarding jury instructions. “I want to at least get on the record for the moment, Your Honor, …we presented our definition as far as ‘scheme to defraud’ was concerned. And we would ask that, …Your Honor, that the standard definition that is a part of the mail fraud Instruction 4, under U.S.C. 1341(b), annotated as is in that statute”, argued David Banks, IRP Solutions COO (IRP6). “And I guess we question -- this looks like a -- now the Government has made what looks like a substantial change to the way the statute currently reads," Banks elaborated (D. Ct. No. 1:09-CR-00266-CMA, 27 September 2011).

According to transcripts of the trial, Judge Arguello rejected the IPR6 request to provide clarification in the jury instructions regarding “intent.” “The defendants' competing instruction on that included lengthy definitions of "specific intent to defraud" and "materiality." The specific intent proposed by the defendants was "an evil ambition to deceive or swindle or to deprive someone of something of value and to cause financial harm." And the Court found that definition to be confusing and an unnecessary substitute for the Tenth Circuit Pattern Instructions," states Judge Christine Arguello, Federal Judge, United States District Court for the District of Colorado (D. Ct. No. 1:09-CR-00266-CMA, 27 September 2011). “The Tenth Circuit has observed that "The term 'specific intent' is often confusing, requiring further elaboration to clarify precisely what the accused must know and intend," added Arguello (D. Ct. No. 1:09-CR-00266-CMA, 27 September 2011).

Court records further show that Judge Arguello stated, “I also found it unnecessary to include the defendants' proffered instruction entitled "mistake, negligence and recklessness," because it contains overly broad statements of the law, and would be distracting to the jury.” (D. Ct. No. 1:09-CR-00266-CMA, 27 September 2011)

According to the court transcript, the IRP6 argued that it was important that the jury instructions elaborate on the subject of “intent." “… Obviously the underpinnings of our defense will be based on that specific intent," petitioned Banks. “And the reasons we engaged in the business we engaged in, the reason we engaged staffing companies in the first place, obviously is going to go to the core of the specific intent to defraud. We just don't think that the intent to defraud clearly annotates that specific intent of requirement. So that would be our objection," Banks objecting to the judges comments that further clarification of “intent” was “unnecessary." Court records show that Judge Arguello denied the request of the IRP6 (D. Ct. No. 1:09-CR-00266-CMA, 27 September 2011).

“Providing clarification is exactly what the IRP6 wanted to do," asserts Sam Thurman, A Just Cause. “According to the transcript, it doesn’t appear that the Tenth Circuit prohibits using the term ‘specific intent’, it seems that they have stated that it requires further elaboration. We question why IRP6’s request to ‘elaborate’ was rejected," adds Thurman.

The Congressional Research Service (CRS) compiled a report for Congress on mail and wire fraud. The report included a section on elements of mail and wire fraud. The CRS report states, “Intent: Under both statutes (mail and wire), intent to defraud requires a willful act by the defendant with the intent to deceive or cheat, usually, but not necessarily, for the purpose of getting financial gain for one’s self or causing financial loss to another. A defendant has a complete defense if he believes the (alleged) deceptive statements or promises to be true or otherwise acts in good faith. A defendant has no such defense, however, if he blinds himself to the truth. Nor is it a defense if he intends to deceive but feels his victim will ultimately profit or be unharmed.” (Congressional Research Service: Mail and Wire Fraud: An Abridged Overview of Federal Criminal Law, Charles Doyle, Senior Specialist in American Public Law, July 21, 2011,

“According to the Congressional Research Service, an element of mail/wire fraud clearly calls out ‘intent’. The fact that the judge did not allow elaboration on this subject in the jury instructions is troubling and makes one wonder if the jury had been provided additional definitions and/or explanation, would they have returned a different verdict," ponders Thurman.

A Just Cause is an advocacy group that is examining the case of the IRP6. “A Just Cause is troubled by cases like the IRP6 where there are several apparent irregularities," states Thurman. “When we look at the compilation of findings in this case, it makes the organization push even harder for an inquiry or investigation into the initial investigation, the indictment and the trial of the IRP6," concludes Thurman.

The case of IRP Solutions (IRP6) is currently under appeal (US District Court for the District of Colorado, Honorable Christine M. Arguello, D. Ct. No. 1:09-CR-00266-CMA; Case Nos: NO. 11-1487, Case Nos. 11-1488, 11-1489, 11-1490, 11-1491 and 11-1492). Appellate Court panel includes the Honorable Senior Judge Bobby R. Baldock, Honorable Judge Harris L. Hartz, and Honorable Judge Jerome A. Holmes.

The Rise and Fall of Jim Crow

For more information about the story of the IRP6 or for copies of the legal filings go to

Related press releases!press-release/c21pq

Jim Crow's Grave Is Empty. He Arose.
Mary Loves Justice

Friday, May 2, 2014

Support Pinkney: Persecuted for Righteousness' Sake

Breaking News!

Civil rights fighter and UFAA friend Rev. Edward Pinkney of Benton Harbor, MI has been arrested and charged with election law violations. He’s under house arrest and tethered. Cannot leave his house for ANY reason.

He could face another 5 years as a political prisoner for his valiant efforts to recall Benton Harbor mayor and corporate stooge James Hightower. Pinkney is a true leader for working and poor people, embroiled in a critical moment for the defense of American democracy. Please visit and contribute what you can to Rev. Pinkney’s legal defense. He would like 1,000 people to call the courthouse, ask for Michael Sepic, chief prosecutor. Free Pinkney!

Rev. Pinkney is facing election fraud charges less than two weeks before the recall election for the mayor of Benton Harbor.

The sheriff went out to intimidate and harass the people. In one hand they had the original signed petition, in the other hand a computer copy of the recall petition with a whited out first digit. They asked the resident which day they signed the recall petition with two different dates in their hand, confusing the person, and trying to force the person to say they did not sign the petition on the original date. Also, they claimed that four people signed two different petitions twice. The law is clear on that. A person who knowingly signed a recall petition more than once, or signed a name other than his own, is violating the provisions of Michigan election law. Pinkney never allowed anyone to sign the petition twice. This is another attempt to silence Pinkney. He can no longer use his computer. He’s under house arrest 24/7. He cannot leave his house for any reason. They are trying to silence him completely. Please spread the word.

Get on Twitter and Facebook, call in to radio shows, write letters to newspapers, call your representatives, and don’t let corporate welfare queens and their hired thugs back down the citizens of Benton Harbor!We want jobs, not dictators! And we demand our rights to freedom of speech, assembly and political representation!

”Benton Harbor reminds me of Mississippi in the late 1950′s and early 1960′s. I have never been one to rave about how much progress my generation has made, but I had hoped to see an end to these horrors in my lifetime. All citizens have the civil right to recall an elected official or initiate a referendum by way of petition. This is our only outlet.” – Rev. Edward Pinkney, 4/20/14

Blessed are they which are persecuted for righteousness' sake: for theirs is the kingdom of heaven. ~Matthew 5:10


Let the world know about the activist minister who was arrested for obeying Pv. 31:8-9:
"Speak for the poor and needy and all who are appointed for destruction."

Tag your Internet posts #SupportPinkney

Rev. Edward Pinkney, 1940 Union St., Benton Harbor, MI 49022

Do not allow a corporate takeover of government in Benton Harbor, Michigan while the main voice against it has been silenced through criminal prosecution on false charges, house arrest and gag order. Protest this injustice through phone calls, letters and emails to authorities, and help Rev. Pinkney raise his legal fees.

It is little wonder why Rev. Pinkney faces this ordeal right before the "May 24, Occupy the PGA event" to protest the sales of public lands to corporations and corruption in the police department, which was announced at this webpage

I speak for Rev. Pinkney, because he helped me to have a voice to expose racism, class consciousness, and health discrimination in the justice system while most other people do not, including black media companies and ministers. He understands that censorship is the ordinary course to silence truth-tellers among oppressed people. His online radio shows give a voice to the voiceless of all races. Now Rev. Pinkney is himself censored again, and he faces incarceration for standing up for oppressed people. It is our duty to object to this injustice and support Rev. Pinkney's legal fight.

I love America more than any other country in this world, and, exactly for this reason, I insist on the right to criticize her perpetually. ~James A. Baldwin

MaryLovesJustice Neal

American Institute of Human Rights Registration

Dr. Mustafa Ansari
For Immediate Release

From the Office of the Dean, American Institute of Human Rights 

Dr. Mustafa Ansari opened registration for online classes to become Certified Human Rights Defenders. Application can be made at:

Graduates will be equipped to file actions [Communications] in the various Human Rights Forums, Courts and Tribunals, such as actions regarding 'reparative remedies'.

The issue in 'race-based racial preferences' euphemistically called AFFIRMATIVE ACTION is what international law experts call 'reparative remedies'. One man fought for them and the other destroyed them prior to leveling the playing field. Ironically, Dr. King sought 'Racial Quotas' as the 'Special Measure' needed to level the playing field because he did not trust customary racists to put in place a fair system. True to Dr. Kings postulation, the Supreme Court began to whittle away at 'Affirmative Action' in 1979 in the Bakke vs. California Board of Regents, when the court said 'racial preference' was 'reverse segregation'. In law, the so-called 'Diversity era' began, although no one could call 'Diversity' a 'Special Measure', because it did nothing to 'repair' the African Americans from nearly 150 years of school 'deprivations'. 

Schools owned and operated by African Americans as well as the training of African American teachers must be in the new formula in order for African Americans to preserve economic, social and cultural rights under the Covenant that the U.S has made to preserver our ECONOMIC, SOCIAL, and CULTURAL RIGHTS. We are apprised of this Convention.

Consequently, we are back to square one. We need to move the action to a different court to decide what 'Special Measures' the U.S must implement to rid the 'educational gap' that was created by the apartheid-framed educational system [1865 to present], which we call the public schools.

The recent ruling by the Supreme Court allowing states to vote to ban Affirmative Action has violated the human rights treaties that the U.S has entered into with other countries to 'Repair' and 'Remedy' racial discrimination.

Our Certified Human Rights Monitors and Certified UN Human Rights Defenders will be trained to lead the way by monitoring the effects of the public school system on our children and filing actions [Communications] in the various Human Rights Forums, Courts and Tribunals.

Stop waiting for your human rights. Study online courses offered through the American Institute of Human Rights and become certified, then take your issues to an appropriate forum.

Mary "Loves Justice" Neal