At OpEdNews, many people write articles regarding the prison torture in the offshore War on Terror camps. I decided to test OpEdNews' dedication to free press (although I already know, but wanted to film it for the DVD). Many people are displeased that those who tortured people in the War on Terror camps are not being prosecuted, records are held secret, and some are eligible for destruction without publication.
An OpEdNews writer wrote an article and ended with this line: "The people who engaged in torture should be indicted and sentenced. End of story." I replied with this comment, which never posted after four tries! I continue to get more data proving censorship protecting America's prison industry - big business! - for the DVD as I have time. Atlanta's FBI office told me to bring proof, which is quite easy. All I have to do is write these words: Human Rights for Prisoners March in Atlanta, May 16. Then the censorship force goes into high gear. Try it if you believe you have free press! Here is my censored comment:
Prison Torture Happens INSIDE America, too, and is also protected
Obviously, you are unaware that in the USA, who gets indicted for crimes and goes to jail depends largely on race and socio-economic class distinctions. Therefore, these steps will not be taken to prosecute those found to be complicit in prisoner torture, either in the War on Terror camps or here within American prisons and jails.
Condoleezza Rice said that ordering torture of detainees was not illegal on her part because the president ("massa") told her to do it. The USDOJ under the Bush administration promised military personnel and doctors who participated in torturing detainees that they would not be prosecuted for obeying orders in that regard.
People who await justice in this matter will be as disappointed as my family is for awaiting justice regarding the secret arrest and wrongful death of Larry Neal, a private American citizen who was arrested by Shelby County Jail and murdered by withholding his heart medications through falsely claiming to his family and social worker that the was not incarcerated.
Of course the records mentioned in the article concerning prison torture will be destroyed! When the higher-ups do wrong, cover-up is the name of the game. So is censorship of information that does escape their clutches. For instance, I experience much censorship publishing the fact that prison torture is not limited to the overseas camps in the War on Terror. It is very alive and well within America! Inmates in America's correctional facilities are regularly beaten, verbally abused, gassed, some claim to be electrocuted, and those exhibiting mental illness are frequently placed in often deadly restraint chairs to control them, and like Sean LeVert, some die.
Question: What is worse - waterboarding that leaves the victims alive, or secret deaths of American citizens that are prevented from investigation and records are denied? See http://wrongfuldeathoflarryneal.com
Read the comments at the much censored article at the link below to see how hard it is to publicize news about the prison torture that goes on within America. If what you will read in this article is done to American citizens under arrest, even handicapped people arrested for mental illness (1.25 million people), what chance have foreigners got when arrested for suspected terrorism? None.
Human Rights for Prisoners March in Atlanta, May 16
Every trick in the book - by the state bars, the courts, the USDOJ, cyberstalkers, etc., is used to prevent open disclosure about the secret arrest and murder of Larry Neal and the power structure's illegal cover-up and protection given to The Cochran Firm for its role in the cover-up conspiracy. That law firm signed contract with my family to prevent Shelby County Jail from having to give account of what happened to the lifelong mental patient Memphis police secretly arrested and killed.
Many other inmates within U.S. borders - citizens, family members of taxpayers and former taxpayers themselves - are tortured and some are killed with disgusting regularity. But reports of inmate abuse are censored from mainstream news and on the Internet.
The Bush administration torturers can just relax. The higher-ups will be protected from prosecution for prisoner abuse no matter how many citizens cry foul!
Regarding "independent news," did you really BELIEVE? Take it from me, NowPublic.com, IndyMedia, and Care2 News Network are the closest you will ever come to free press, but not without "glitches." I have been censored so long and tenaciously that I could probably teach a college course: Censorship 101 - with slide shows and videos. I will travel to more "independent news" sites throughout the week for fun and enlightenment from my URL and others (just to ensure no one can say my computer is at fault). Stay tuned!
Human rights groups and organizations, please keep your printing presses.
Never leave dissemination of your important information to the Internet alone. That would not work in your favor, I promise.
JAIL IS THE LAST THING MENTAL
PATIENTS NEED ... AND TOO OFTEN, JAIL IS THE
LAST THING THEY EXPERIENCE. Please join us in our
quest to decriminalize mental illness in America.
No one should be punished for having a disability.
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