Please note that AIMI vs. USA will only sue for monetary damages, not for release of prisoners or policy changes. AIMI believes that if enough money is paid by the United States to persons whose human rights are or were violated, policy changes will be a natural consequence of the international exposure and financial loss resulting from this lawsuit. Claimants are encouraged to continue using regular legal channels to seek prisoners' releases and humane incarcerations. AIMI will sue for monetary compensation to our claimants for pain and suffering. Generally, persons who have already settled monetary claims for personal injuries and deaths will be ineligible as claimants for AIMI vs. USA, but feel free to apply.
Potential claimants are invited to phone conferences on the first Saturday and Sunday mornings of each month, using the telephone numbers listed below.
Conferences begin at 9:00 a.m. Pacific Time. You can connect with the conferences at Blogtalkradio by calling (347)857-3293. You can also connect to the claimants' conferences using our FreeConferenceCall dial-in number (605)562-0020, Meeting I.D. Code: 992-212-650. If that fails, the backup number is (805)360-1075. Learn more about this international action to win restitution for Claimants and change for America. If you experience problems connecting, call and report problems to the director, Mary Neal, at (770)879.5163. (Please note that 9:00 a.m. Pacific Time is 10:00 a.m. Mountain, 11:00 a.m. Central, and 12 noon Eastern.)
Most of our claimants have a close relative or next friend who has experienced or is experiencing long-term homelessness, brutality by community members or police officers or jail and prison guards, prison torture (including long-term solitary confinement) or wrongful death, especially under the color of law. Other acts of discrimination will be considered, such as the government's neglect to provide timely, appropriate psychiatric services or adequate special education services, as well as housing discrimination.
Tapes are available for listening any time. "AIMI vs. USA" has had EIGHT claimants conferences. They are scheduled for the first Saturday and Sunday of each month. Thank you for sharing.
1. AIMI vs. USA Claimants Conference Nov 2
Claimants: Brenda Anderson, Fred Hayes, Olga Garcia, and Jillian
2. AIMI vs. USA Claimants Conference Nov 1
3. Hear stories of some plaintiffs in "AIMI vs. USA" in International Court 2015 regarding denial of human and civil rights for the mentally ill - October 5, 2014
4. Interview with Joanna re housing discrimination - October 4, 2014
Today's guest discussed her federal housing discrimination and alleges that she received retribution through the Social Security Admn. when she complained against HUD regarding her illegal eviction. Our AIMI vs. USA in International Court 2015 conference incurred interference at FreeConferenceCall.com and was recorded at Blogtalkradio.
5. My mother, Hattie Neal, joined AIMI vs. USA claimants, September 14, 2014
Hattie Neal, 91, asked the government to please tell her how Larry Neal was murdered after 18 days of secret arrest. She made this request during the last minutes of her interview on Human Rights Demand channel at Blogtalkradio on September 14, 2014.
6. "AIMI vs. USA Plaintiffs Conference" September 13, 2014
7. and 8. "AIMI vs. USA" Plaintiff Conferences September 6 and 7, 2014
Hear conference calls by computer rss at
Some participants experienced trouble connecting with "AIMI vs. USA" phone conferences in September. If the interference continues, we will seek assistance from the United Nations. People with mental illness and drug/alcohol addictions are worth a great deal of money to prison investors in government; therefore, "AIMI vs. USA" is greatly feared. Taxpayers are billed over $80 billion per year for America's prison expenditures, and more than half of the inmates are mentally ill people. Another reason for censorship that most "AIMI vs. USA" Claimants reveal crimes against humanity that happened or are still happening to Americans with mental disabilities, including prisoner torture and wrongful deaths. These revelations are embarrassing.
If you have difficulty joining the phone conferences, please email Mary Neal at MaryLovesJustice@gmail.com, and call (678)531.0262 or (571)335-1741. Title your email "AIMI vs. USA." You can also use the comment field of any article in
"AIMI-HumanRights" blog at
or Dog Justice for Mentally Ill blog at
Leave your email address and/or phone number, and AIMI contact you.
Despite the illegal interference, this matter will go before to the International Court in 2015. Mentally ill people and drug/alcohol addicts who are poor or middle class deserve treatment, not torturous incarceration in long-term solitary confinement, denied visits and phone calls sometimes for years. We, the families and next friends of mentally ill people in the USA, will demand restitution for negligence, police brutality, prisoner torture, and wrongful deaths in the United Nations and request that body to mandate appropriate changes in the United States to respect the human rights of mentally ill persons, drug/alcohol dependent people, and their families. Up 100 families from both classes will be accepted. The closing date to enter "AIMI vs. USA" lawsuit in International Court will be in the summer of 2015, so please share this announcement.
Change is happening.
"Los Angeles to Offer Treatment Instead of Jail for Mentally Ill Offenders"
Thank you for participating and being a change-maker. If your church, temple, civic or social group is willing to help notify the public about this International Court legal action to compensate people who endure or have endured long-term homelessness, brutality under the color of law, and wrongful deaths, please contact Mary Neal for flyers to be distributed at your meetings, and please share the link at http://aimi-humanrights.blogspot.com.
Mentally Ill Americans Need Dog Justice. Treat mental illness medically, not legally. Please advocate for your congresspersons to pass H.R.3717 - The "Helping Families in Mental Health Crisis Act." Try to elect people who support human rights and justice for all, not prison investors who have a conflict of interest in voting to decriminalize mental illness in the United States of America, an equal opportunity nation.