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  • 00:45

    Mary Diaz and Human Conflicts Org Demand More Paroles 05/15/2015

    in Politics Progressive

    Mary Diaz and Human Conflicts Org Demand More Paroles. They also demand compassionate releases for sick and elderly inmates, relief from excessive sentencing, and new trials for people with late-arriving evidence of innocence. 

    Power concedes nothing without a demand; it never has, and it never will. ~Frederick Douglass

  • 00:45

    Mary Diaz Human Conflicts Org 05/14/2015

    in Politics Progressive

    Mary Diaz and Human Conflicts Organization demand more paroles. Call in at (347)857.3293. They also advocate for compassionate releases for inmates whose health has deteriorated to the point that they cannot pose any community risk and for elderly inmates. Diaz and Human Conflicts Organization also fight for release of prisoners who were wrongfully convicted and excessively sentenced. Diaz and Human Conflicts Organization provide reentry services to help released Florida inmates get reacclimated into society.

  • 02:00

    Mary Diaz and Human Conflicts Org Demand More Paroles 04/24/2015

    in Politics Progressive

    Mary Diaz is a human rights advocate in Florida. She and Human Conflicts Org. advocate for the release of inmates who have served their minimum sentences unless the boards of pardons and paroles can show that release of the inmates would pose a security risk. Call (347)857-3293 to dialogue with Mary Diaz and her guests each Friday at 3pmEST. They also advocate for the wrongly convicted, people who were overly sentenced, and compassionate releases for elderly and sick inmates.

    On April 17, Diaz's guests included one man who was released from death row and another man who won release after decades in prison. Both were innocent. Hear that broadcast at the link below, which is archived at Blogtalkradio.
    http://www.blogtalkradio.com/humanrightsdemand/2015/04/17/mary-diaz-and-human-conflicts-org-demand-more-paroles-04172015

    You are invited to assist Human Conflicts Organization in activism for prisoner's rights by sharing the links for Mary Diaz's broadcasts, which remain available at "Human Rights Demand" channel for later listening. View the channel's entire schedule at http://MLJradio.blogspot.com

    Power concedes nothing without a demand; it never has, and it never will. ~Frederick Douglass

  • 02:18

    Mary Diaz and Human Conflicts Org, 6/19/15, Demanding More Paroles

    in Politics Progressive

    Mary Diaz and Human Conflicts Organization demand more pardons and paroles, especially among inmates who have served their minimum sentences every Friday at 3pmEST. Call-in at (347)857.3293. They also demand compassionate releases for sick and elderly inmates, relief from excessive sentencing, and new trials for people with late-arriving evidence of innocence.

    Diaz reports that inmates are imprisoned for years and even decades beyond their minimum sentences and that paroles are sometimes being revoked on false allegations. For instance, one man's parole was revoked based on the falsehood that he had moved without giving the Florida DOC a new address, when the man had not moved. He was working for a hotel company doing heating and air repairs and would often need to stay out of town. He presented proof that he had not moved by receipts from utility companes and affidavits from his neighbors, but apparently the prison needed someone with his skills as a free laborer. The man is now 74 years of age and had been released from prison for 19 years, living a peaceful, productive life but was re-imprisoned based on a lie and a fraud on taxpayers who pay roughly $20,000 per year to imprison this innocent man.

    The Pardons and Paroles Board often rejects parole for inmates without giving any reason having to do with community safety. Americans pay over $100 billion to warehouse prisoners, most of whom are incarcerated for nonviolent offenses, which boosts prison profits for private prison investors in government positions, including legislators, Justice Department personnel, judges, prosecutors, crime lab technicians, pardons and parole board members, and even defense attorneys. Stop conflicts of interest by demanding that nobody who works in criminal justice positions or their spouses and children may own private prison stock

  • 02:15

    Mary Diaz and Human Conflicts Org Demand More Paroles and Pardons 06/05/2015

    in Politics Progressive

    Mary Diaz and Human Conflicts Organization demand more pardons and paroles, especially among inmates who have served their minimum sentences every Friday at 3pmEST. Call-in at (347)857.3293. They also demand compassionate releases for sick and elderly inmates, relief from excessive sentencing, and new trials for people with late-arriving evidence of innocence. 

    Diaz reports that inmates are imprisoned for years and even decades beyond their minimum sentences and that paroles are sometimes being revoked on false allegations. For instance, one man's parole was revoked based on the falsehood that he had moved without giving the Florida DOC a new address, when the man had not moved. He was working for a hotel company doing heating and air repairs and would often need to stay out of town. He presented proof that he had not moved by receipts from utility companes and affidavits from his neighbors, but apparently the prison needed someone with his skills as a free laborer. The man is now 74 years of age and had been released from prison for 19 years, living a peaceful, productive life but was re-imprisoned based on a lie and a fraud on taxpayers who pay roughly $20,000 per year to imprison this innocent man.


    The Pardons and Paroles Board often rejects parole for inmates without giving any reason having to do with community safety. Americans pay over $100 billion to warehouse prisoners, most of whom are incarcerated for nonviolent offenses, which boosts prison profits for private prison investors in government positions, including legislators, Justice Department personnel, judges, prosecutors, crime lab technicians, pardons and parole board members, and even defense attorneys. Stop conflicts of interest by demanding that nobody who works in criminal justice positions or their spouses and children may own private prison stock.

  • 02:04

    Mary Diaz and Human Conflicts Organization demand more paroles 05/29/15

    in Politics Progressive

    Mary Diaz and Human Conflicts Organization demand more paroles 05/29/15 - Phone 347.857.3293 to participate on the live show between 3pm and 5pm EST on May 29, 2015. The tape will be archived at Blogtalkradio for future listening any time, 24/7.

  • 01:28

    Mary Diaz and Human Conflicts Org Demand More Paroles 05/08/2015

    in Politics Progressive

    Mary Diaz and Human Conflicts Org. demand is on air Fridays at 3pmEST. Call 347.857.3293 to join the discussion. We demand compassionate release for elderly and terminally ill prisoners and paroles for all inmates who served their minimum sentences unless parole boards prove that releasing such inmates would endanger the community. Taxpayers should not continue paying to warehouse rehabilitated inmates who have served their minimum sentences just to enrich private prison owners. Mentally ill prisoners should be transferred to mental hospitals and stabilized, then released under assisted outpatient treatment (AOT) programs that mandate their continued psychiatric treatment and provide them with subsistence assistance. Americans with mental disabilities should not be punished as criminals in the nation's prisons and jails where hundreds of thousands of them suffer in solitary confinement torture, deprived of visits with their families for years and some for decades. Human Conflicts Org. demands human rights for prisoners in the USA.


    Power concedes nothing without a demand; it never has, and it never will. ~Frederick Douglass

  • 01:11

    Mary Diaz and Human Conflicts Org Demand More Paroles 05/01/2015

    in Politics Progressive

    Mary Diaz is a human rights advocate in Florida. She and Human Conflicts Org. advocate for the release of inmates who have served their minimum sentences unless the boards of pardons and paroles can show that release of the inmates would pose a security risk. Call (347)857-3293 to dialogue with Mary Diaz and her guests each Friday at 3pmEST. They also advocate for the wrongly convicted, people who were overly sentenced, and compassionate releases for elderly and sick inmates.

    On April 17, Diaz's guests included one man who was released from death row and another man who won release after decades in prison. Both were innocent. Hear that broadcast at the link below, which is archived at Blogtalkradio.
    http://www.blogtalkradio.com/humanrightsdemand/2015/04/17/mary-diaz-and-human-conflicts-org-demand-more-paroles-04172015

    You are invited to assist Human Conflicts Organization in activism for prisoner's rights by sharing the links for Mary Diaz's broadcasts, which remain available at "Human Rights Demand" channel for later listening. View the channel's entire schedule a  
    thttp://MLJradio.blogspot.com

    Power concedes nothing without a demand; it never has, and it never will. ~Frederick Douglass

  • 02:02

    Mary Diaz and Human Conflicts Org. Demand More Paroles 04/17/2015

    in Politics Progressive

    Mary Diaz is a human rights advocate in Florida. She and Human Conflicts Org. advocate for the release of inmates who have served their minimum sentences unless the Pardons and Paroles Boards can show that the inmates would pose a security risk. Call (347)857-3293 to dialogue with Mary Diaz and her guests each Friday at 3pmEST. They also advocate for compassionate releases for elderly and sick inmates.

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    Barbara Greenstein owns  Human Resource Prescriptions. She'll talk about her work in HR/HP and also certificate programs from her trainings at ATD

  • 02:08

    Mary Diaz and Human Conflicts Org. Demand More Paroles 04/03/2015

    in Politics Progressive

    At 3pmEST on Fridays, we present Mary Diaz on the "Human Rights Demand" radio broadcast. Mary is a prisoner activist who advocates to increase paroles and pardons. Please call (347)857-3293 to speak on air. You can also listen by computer live or hear the archived tape 24/7. Diaz is affiliated with "Human Conflicts Organization," where "LET MY PEOPLE GO" is the motto. She lives in Florida, which had over 5,200 inmates who were parole eligible in 2014 but fewer than 20 were released. Prison investors on the Pardons and Parole Board are a barrier to freedom for many rehabilitated inmates. Diaz and Human Conflicts Org. advocate the immediate release of prisoners who have served their minimum sentences and an increase in the number of prisoners who are granted compassionate releases. Prisoners who have been rehabilited and prisoners who are elderly and have served their minimum sentences as well as hospice inmates present no threat to society and deserve immediate release. Taxpayers should not be made to spend billions of dollars every year to excessively sentence prisoners when money is needed to improve the quality of life for free people.