Congress is deliberating on whether the Internet will be treated as a utility and charges demanded for the amount of time people use the Internet. I am sometimes online 20 hours a day, especially when someone I advocate for faces execution. Officials are also deliberating on whether information on the Internet will enjoy greater visibility for a fee instead of all web sites being given equal access (net freedom). We must not be silenced for the lack of money. Therefore, services that MaryLovesJustice has given free for seven years will now require financial participation by the victims and families who benefit by our advocacy. The fee schedule for twelve(12) services is below.
1) Radio interview with victims, survivors and supporters on either "Human Rights for Prisoners March" or "Assistance to the Incarcerated Mentally Ill" Blogtalkradio shows: FREE
2) Radio interview with victims, survivors and supporters on "Human Rights Demand" channel at Blogtalkradio: $50 (two-hour shows)
3) Full length article about brutality or murder: $100. Articles will be published in one or more of these five blogs:
b) Dog Justice for Mentally Ill
c) Human Rights for Prisoners March
e) Davis-MacPhail Truth Committee (anti-DP blog)
4) Articles to announce meetings, rallies and protests or political messages (if approved): FREE in "MaryLovesJustice Human Rights Events" blog
5) Mention along with newspaper and blog links at @koffietime http://www.twitter.com/koffietime - FREE
10) Flyers and cards that can be given to people and organizations describing your justice quest: $50
12) Website: $150. See a website I published for a daycare center - Love and Grace Christian Academy
13) Get all of the services listed above on a one-by-one basis for the prices named, or receive all the services listed above plus ongoing advocacy for a one-time fee of $500: unlimited public updates through articles, radio interviews, and other releases of information related to your case.
Thank you in advance for sharing this article with twelve (12) services to give voice to the voiceless. Please mail our contact information to families and prisoners who need advocacy. We appreciate your joining us on the Human Rights for Prisoners March. Nine(9) links and three pictures are in this article (counting the repeat of paragraph 1 below). Volunteers are also invited to contact us as we build our network. Please do not let the loss of net freedom negatively impact prisoners' right to speak and be heard. Blessings!
Human Rights for Prisoners March
Assistance to the Incarcerated Mentally Ill
First paragraph repeated: ADVOCACY OFFERED. As a woman who is denied information and justice regarding the wrongful death of an inmate (Google the Wrongful Death of Larry Neal), I stand with all inmates in their quest for human rights and with the families of all inmates whose human rights were disregarded to deny justice in court or to inflict torture and death. Contact me with your innocence claims and brutality or murder claims at telephone number (678)531.0262 and MaryLovesJustice@gmail.com. Write "HELP WANTED" as your email subject. No regard is given to clients' race, socioeconomic class, gender, ethnicity, or health status.