• 00:38

    Assistance to the Incarcerated Mentally Ill

    in Politics Progressive

    Wednesdays at 9pm Pacific. Call (818) 572-2947 to speak on air. 


    Assistance to the Incarcerated Mentally Ill (AIMI), hosted by MaryLovesJustice Neal




    Advocacy to end police violence against the mentally ill, end solitary confinement, decriminalize mental illness, remove barriers to timely psychiatric treatment, increase mental hospitals, reinstate insurance coverage for psychiatric hospital inpatients, relax laws blocking involuntary commitment, establish assisted outpatient treatment (AOT) programs that mandate continued psychiatric treatment and provide subsistence assistance (food and housing) for mentally ill people, especially those released from correctional facilities and hospitals. Eliminate incarceration without trials, support crisis intervention team (CIT) training for police and corrections officers. End capital punishment against all people, especially those with brain dysfunctions caused by retardation, drug addiction, and/or mental illness.



    We support H.R.3717 "Helping Families in Mental Health Crisis Act", a congressional bill introduced by Rep. Tim Murphy in December 2013.




    Guests include people who did or still do wrestle with mental illness in themselves or close relatives as well as people with specialized knowledge about inmates and defendants with mental illness. Visit "Dog Justice for Mentally Ill" blog at http://DogJusticeforMentallyIll.blogspot.com to learn about AIMI's Complaint against the USA to the International Court in 2015 regarding the need to replace imprisonment, homelessness, and death with treatment and subsistence assistance.


    To be a guest, contact MaryLovesJustice Neal at (678)531-0262, or email MaryLovesJustice@gmail.com

  • 02:00

    Getting Away with Murder: A George Mallinckrodt Interview Part 2

    in Politics Progressive

    Human Rights for Prisoners March, hosted by Mary Neal. Call (347)857-3293 to comment or ask questions.

    George Mallinckrodt is a psychotherapist who formerly worked in Florida prisons counseling mentally ill inmates. He observed an alarming pattern of abuse by corrections officers and complained. He lost his job. Months later, he learned about the death by scalding of Darren Rainey, a 50-year-old black mentally ill inmate who guards scalded to death in a small shower. Rainey was tortured under a strong spray of 180°F water (water boils at 212°F). Rainey's skin had to be scraped from the shower after his body was removed. No charges were filed after Rainey's homicide, and no autopsy report was released to date. Disgusted by the lack of accountability. Mallinckrodt then published a book about abused mentally ill inmates, murderous corrections officers, and the Florida Department of Corrections called "Getting Away with Murder." Order a copy at http://www.amazon.com/Getting-Away-With-Murder-Story/dp/1500705624

    "The Florida Department of Corrections is riddled with amoral, sadistic sociopaths and the people who support, enable, and cover-up their crimes." ~ @GeoMallinckrodt (Twitter)

    "If what is done to mentally ill Florida inmates was done in the military, these would be considered war crimes." ~George Mallinckrodt?


    Part 1 of George Mallinckrodt's interview is available for listening 24/7 at 
    http://www.blogtalkradio.com/humanrightsdemand/2015/01/11/getting-away-with-murder-a-george-mallinckrodt-interview


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

  • 02:14

    Getting Away with Murder: A George Mallinckrodt Interview

    in Politics Progressive

    Human Rights for Prisoners March, hosted by Mary Neal. Call (347)857-3293 to comment or ask questions.

    George Mallinckrodt is a psychotherapist who formerly worked in Florida prisons counseling mentally ill inmates. He observed an alarming pattern of abuse by corrections officers and complained. He lost his job. Months later, he learned about the death by scalding of Darren Rainey, a 50-year-old black mentally ill inmate who guards scalded to death in a small shower. Rainey was tortured under a strong spray of 180°F water (water boils at 212°F). Rainey's skin had to be scraped from the shower after his body was removed. No charges were filed after Rainey's homicide, and no autopsy report was released to date. Disgusted by the lack of accountability. Mallinckrodt then published a book about abused mentally ill inmates, murderous corrections officers, and the Florida Department of Corrections called "Getting Away with Murder."

    "The Florida Department of Corrections is riddled with amoral, sadistic sociopaths and the people who support, enable, and cover-up their crimes." ~ @GeoMallinckrodt (at Twitter)

    "If what is done to mentally ill Florida inmates was done in the military, these would be considered war crimes." ~George Mallinckrodt?

    Author's Website
    http://georgemallinckrodt.com/

    Author's Blog
    http://www.georgemallinckrodt.com/blog.htm

    Order the book: "Getting Away with Murder". 
    http://www.amazon.com/Getting-Away-With-Murder-Story/dp/1500705624

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

  • Debby Sapp Joins Human Rights for Prisoners March

    in Politics Progressive

    Friends, please join us Jan. 5, at 3:00pmEST when Debbie Sapp will be our special guest. Call (347) 857-3293 to speak on air about prisoner abuse and how to give Assistance to the Incarcerated Mentally Ill.

    Debbie wrote: "My son John, a lifelong mentally ill man, obediently took the plea and ended up with 15 YEARS, with NO chance of parole! And, we’re not sure that he’ll even come home when his time is up, because the system is so corrupt that we fear they’ll put up infinite roadblocks. That’s one of the reasons he tried to kill himself – He sees no end in sight. 

    John needs proper mental health care for his bipolar disorder. John was first diagnosed as having mental illness at age 3 while we lived in Delaware. John was a special ed student since age 9. He was admitted to Terry Children's Psychiatric Center because of his aggressive and disruptive behavior. Two years later, John was doing well at school and on weekend visits and was released. Outpatient therapy continued. He did well for a while, then had trouble. He was admitted to Marine Bay Institute. John was in and out of different psychiatric facilities and programs for most of his life. With the help of Rangle Hill Treatment Facility, John was finally stabilized on Lithium and was able to maintain himself without hospitalization for a period of four years. John was even able to be self-sufficient throughout those years. He worked with a lawn care service, and he worked in an entertainment venue at night. Unfortunately, John was falsely accused of a crime and was incarcerated. The charges were eventually dismissed. However, during John's incarceration for six months, he was deprived of his psychiatric medication. This completely destabilized John, and he has never recovered."

    Assisted Outpatient Treatment (AOT) programs restore many former inmates to wholesome lives.

  • 01:25

    AIMI vs. USA, Jan. 3, 2015

    in Politics Progressive

    AIMI is seeking restitution for our neglected, mistreated, tortured or killed mentally ill persons or substance abusers as well as their victims. Call to speak on air at (347) 857-3293. Join the claimants conferences on the first Sat. and Sun. of each month and allow our International Human Rights Lawyer to review your case for possible inclusion of our planned action in International Court in 2015. 

    Have you or a close relative or next friend experienced any of these circumstances as a result of mental illness?
    a) long-term homelessness
    b) medical neglect
    c) psychiatric neglect or rejection for drug/alcohol treatment
    d) brutality
    e) lunacy arrests
    f) denial of a fair, speedy trial with an adequate defense attorney appointed (Sixth Amendment rights)
    g) imprisonment
    h) long-term solitary confinement
    i) torture as a jail or prison inmate
    j) wrongful death, including police violence and State executions

    The ten circumstances listed above are common outcomes for poor or middle class Americans with mental disabilities and substance abuse problems. Mentally challenged and drug/alcohol addicted people are often victims of crimes against humanity, which are perpetuated or ignored by the government. Their human rights must therefore be protected by the United Nations. Discriminating against people for reason of their health status and disabilities violates the U.S. Constitution and the Universal Declaration of Human Rights. Learn more about AIMI vs. USA at "Assistance to the Incarcerated Mentally Ill" blog at http://aimi-humanrights.blogspot.com

  • 00:43

    Assistance to the Incarcerated Mentally Ill, Dec. 31, 2014

    in Politics Progressive

    Wednesdays at 9pm Pacific. Call (818) 572-2947 to speak on air. 


    Assistance to the Incarcerated Mentally Ill (AIMI), hosted by MaryLovesJustice Neal




    Advocacy to end police violence against the mentally ill, end solitary confinement, decriminalize mental illness, remove barriers to timely psychiatric treatment, increase mental hospitals, reinstate insurance coverage for psychiatric hospital inpatients, relax laws blocking involuntary commitment, establish assisted outpatient treatment (AOT) programs that mandate continued psychiatric treatment and provide subsistence assistance (food and housing) for mentally ill people, especially those released from correctional facilities and hospitals. Eliminate incarceration without trials, support crisis intervention team (CIT) training for police and corrections officers. End capital punishment against all people, especially those with brain dysfunctions caused by retardation, drug addiction, and/or mental illness.



    We support H.R.3717 "Helping Families in Mental Health Crisis Act", a congressional bill introduced by Rep. Tim Murphy in December 2013.




    Guests include people who did or still do wrestle with mental illness in themselves or close relatives as well as people with specialized knowledge about inmates and defendants with mental illness. Visit "Dog Justice for Mentally Ill" blog at http://DogJusticeforMentallyIll.blogspot.com to learn about AIMI's Complaint against the USA to the International Court in 2015 regarding the need to replace imprisonment, homelessness, and death with treatment and subsistence assistance.


    To be a guest, contact MaryLovesJustice Neal at (678)531-0262, or email MaryLovesJustice@gmail.com

  • 02:16

    Avoidable Deaths of Hernan M. Ossorio and Darren Rainey, Mentally Ill Americans

    in Politics Progressive

    Americans with mental illness deserve at least the same respect for their right to life as American dogs have. Join us at (347) 857-3293 to discuss the deaths of Hernan Ossorio, 61, of Elliott City, MD, and Darren Rainey, a mentally ill inmate who died by torture (scalding) in Dade Correctional Institution in Florida in 2012. Rainey's demise was not publicized until 2014 when Harold and Windy Hempstead published it in the Miami Herald. Rainey's unrequited murder demonstrates America's need for treatment to replace punishment for severe mentally ill Americans and the necessity of demanding accountability of police and corrections officers who violate human and civil rights. Windy Hempstead will be our guest today along with Mr. Ossorio's daughter, Lillian. Mr. Ossorio's death underscores our nation's need for crisis intervention team (CIT) training for police officers who answer lunacy calls.

    Mr. Ossorio apparently suffered a nervous breakdown when his business failed. Police were called when he was in a mental health crisis, and police allegedly killed him within minutes of their arrival to his home. 
    http://www.wbaltv.com/news/police-identify-officers-man-in-ellicott-city-shooting-incident/27738342

    Mr. Ossorio commented at the WBAL article: "He was my uncle and a very good person, he was not to kill him ... just because he was Latino, they think they can do whatever they want with them. He was a tireless worker, and most of his life, he lived in the United States. It seems wrong that this country will pay that. He had a family and like everyone was having bad times, but not to kill him, as they did. I hope justice is done and stop killing people because I love you dude. You're the best person I met, You're the best. Facundo - Argentina"


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

  • Assistance to the Incarcerated Mentally Ill

    in Politics Progressive

    Wednesdays at 9pm Pacific. Call (818) 572-2947 to speak on air. 


    Assistance to the Incarcerated Mentally Ill (AIMI), hosted by MaryLovesJustice Neal




    Advocacy to end police violence against the mentally ill, end solitary confinement, decriminalize mental illness, remove barriers to timely psychiatric treatment, increase mental hospitals, reinstate insurance coverage for psychiatric hospital inpatients, relax laws blocking involuntary commitment, establish assisted outpatient treatment (AOT) programs that mandate continued psychiatric treatment and provide subsistence assistance (food and housing) for mentally ill people, especially those released from correctional facilities and hospitals. Eliminate incarceration without trials, support crisis intervention team (CIT) training for police and corrections officers. End capital punishment against all people, especially those with brain dysfunctions caused by retardation, drug addiction, and/or mental illness.



    We support H.R.3717 "Helping Families in Mental Health Crisis Act", a congressional bill introduced by Rep. Tim Murphy in December 2013.




    Guests include people who did or still do wrestle with mental illness in themselves or close relatives as well as people with specialized knowledge about inmates and defendants with mental illness. Visit "Dog Justice for Mentally Ill" blog at http://DogJusticeforMentallyIll.blogspot.com to learn about AIMI's Complaint against the USA to the International Court in 2015 regarding the need to replace imprisonment, homelessness, and death with treatment and subsistence assistance.


    To be a guest, contact MaryLovesJustice Neal at (678)531-0262, or email MaryLovesJustice@gmail.com

  • 00:42

    Assistance to the Incarcerated Mentally Ill

    in Politics Progressive

    Wednesdays at 9pm Pacific. Call (818) 572-2947 to speak on air. 


    Assistance to the Incarcerated Mentally Ill (AIMI), hosted by MaryLovesJustice Neal




    Advocacy to end police violence against the mentally ill, end solitary confinement, decriminalize mental illness, remove barriers to timely psychiatric treatment, increase mental hospitals, reinstate insurance coverage for psychiatric hospital inpatients, relax laws blocking involuntary commitment, establish assisted outpatient treatment (AOT) programs that mandate continued psychiatric treatment and provide subsistence assistance (food and housing) for mentally ill people, especially those released from correctional facilities and hospitals. Eliminate incarceration without trials, support crisis intervention team (CIT) training for police and corrections officers. End capital punishment against all people, especially those with brain dysfunctions caused by retardation, drug addiction, and/or mental illness.



    We support H.R.3717 "Helping Families in Mental Health Crisis Act", a congressional bill introduced by Rep. Tim Murphy in December 2013.




    Guests include people who did or still do wrestle with mental illness in themselves or close relatives as well as people with specialized knowledge about inmates and defendants with mental illness. Visit "Dog Justice for Mentally Ill" blog at http://DogJusticeforMentallyIll.blogspot.com to learn about AIMI's Complaint against the USA to the International Court in 2015 regarding the need to replace imprisonment, homelessness, and death with treatment and subsistence assistance.


    To be a guest, contact MaryLovesJustice Neal at (678)531-0262, or email MaryLovesJustice@gmail.com

  • 00:12

    Assistance to the Incarcerated Mentally Ill

    in Politics Progressive

    Wednesdays at 9pm Pacific. Call (818) 572-2947 to speak on air. 


    Assistance to the Incarcerated Mentally Ill (AIMI), hosted by MaryLovesJustice Neal




    Advocacy to end police violence against the mentally ill, end solitary confinement, decriminalize mental illness, remove barriers to timely psychiatric treatment, increase mental hospitals, reinstate insurance coverage for psychiatric hospital inpatients, relax laws blocking involuntary commitment, establish assisted outpatient treatment (AOT) programs that mandate continued psychiatric treatment and provide subsistence assistance (food and housing) for mentally ill people, especially those released from correctional facilities and hospitals. Eliminate incarceration without trials, support crisis intervention team (CIT) training for police and corrections officers. End capital punishment against all people, especially those with brain dysfunctions caused by retardation, drug addiction, and/or mental illness.



    We support H.R.3717 "Helping Families in Mental Health Crisis Act", a congressional bill introduced by Rep. Tim Murphy in December 2013.




    Guests include people who did or still do wrestle with mental illness in themselves or close relatives as well as people with specialized knowledge about inmates and defendants with mental illness. Visit "Dog Justice for Mentally Ill" blog at http://DogJusticeforMentallyIll.blogspot.com to learn about AIMI's Complaint against the USA to the International Court in 2015 regarding the need to replace imprisonment, homelessness, and death with treatment and subsistence assistance.


    To be a guest, contact MaryLovesJustice Neal at (678)531-0262, or email MaryLovesJustice@gmail.com

  • 00:45

    Assistance to the Incarcerated Mentally Ill

    in Politics Progressive

    Wednesdays at 9pm Pacific. Call (818) 572-2947 to speak on air. 


    Assistance to the Incarcerated Mentally Ill (AIMI), hosted by MaryLovesJustice Neal




    Advocacy to end police violence against the mentally ill, end solitary confinement, decriminalize mental illness, remove barriers to timely psychiatric treatment, increase mental hospitals, reinstate insurance coverage for psychiatric hospital inpatients, relax laws blocking involuntary commitment, establish assisted outpatient treatment (AOT) programs that mandate continued psychiatric treatment and provide subsistence assistance (food and housing) for mentally ill people, especially those released from correctional facilities and hospitals. Eliminate incarceration without trials, support crisis intervention team (CIT) training for police and corrections officers. End capital punishment against all people, especially those with brain dysfunctions caused by retardation, drug addiction, and/or mental illness.



    We support H.R.3717 "Helping Families in Mental Health Crisis Act", a congressional bill introduced by Rep. Tim Murphy in December 2013.




    Guests include people who did or still do wrestle with mental illness in themselves or close relatives as well as people with specialized knowledge about inmates and defendants with mental illness. Visit "Dog Justice for Mentally Ill" blog at http://DogJusticeforMentallyIll.blogspot.com to learn about AIMI's Complaint against the USA to the International Court in 2015 regarding the need to replace imprisonment, homelessness, and death with treatment and subsistence assistance.


    To be a guest, contact MaryLovesJustice Neal at (678)531-0262, or email MaryLovesJustice@gmail.com

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