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Britton Mosley worked in the Mississippi Department of Corrections and tried to do his job by the book. He quickly learned that the rules were not observed by most correctional officers or their superiors. Call (818)572-2947 to speak on air to the author of "Fabricating Evidence." Mosley came to be hated by many of his coworkers and superiors because he refused to look the other way while inmates were being brutalized, especially mentally ill prisoners who Mosley recognized as being Americans with disabilities and deserving of more patience than they received. As a result of Mosley's credibility, he nearly became a Mississippi inmate himself when corrupt officials tried to set him up on false drug charges. Luckily, Mosley had friends among the inmates he had always tried to inspire and protect, and one of them warned Mosley about what had been planted in his locker . . . This is a true story with irrefutable evidence included in the book, which you are invited to order from Amazon.com.
Coming of age in Mississippi in the sixties, Britton Mosley, Sr. was accustomed to terrorism because of the color of his skin. But he never imagined that terrorists would include law enforcement and political figures right here in the United States of America.
More information about the book is at Amazon.com
Fabricating Evidence: Drug Set-up/Cover-up of a Correctional Whistleblower
Dorothy Mackey, Human Rights Advocate, is at NNIA1 each Tuesday afternoon.GUEST CALL-IN (818) 572-2947. Rev. Mackey discusses CPS, enforced adoptions, child abuse, military sexual abuse, and targeted individuals.
Mackey has a degree is law enforcement and worked in that area. She holds a Bachelors of Science in Political Science, a Masters in Public Administration, and a secondary graduate equivalent degree in Federal Contract Administration and Negotiation. She graduated with the highest honors of Summa Cum Laude. Mackey honorably served in the U.S. military as a Captain and Commander and is an ordained minister. Mackey was a co-founder of STAAAMP (Survivors Take Action Against Abuse by Military Personnel). She is a national and international speaker, a Reiki Master and teacher, and a Life Coach.
Esleezy Sickntierd says, "Please pause for a real cause people #FJCG2K15 Friday, May 1, 2015, at 9pmEST. Big thanks to MaryLovesJustice. Please call (818)572-2947."
University of Mich. Innocence Clinic reveals primary reasons for wrongful convictions as:
Eyewitness Misidentification ~ Eyewitness misidentification is the single greatest cause of wrongful convictions nationwide.
Junk Science ~ Many forensic testing methods have been applied with little or no scientific validation and inadequate assessments of their significance or reliability.
False Confessions ~ Innocent defendants make incriminating statements, deliver outright confessions, or plead guilty.
Government Misconduct ~ Government officials take steps to ensure that a defendant is convicted despite weak evidence or proof of innocence.
Lying Snitches ~ Particularly incentives for witnesses may not be disclosed to the jury, but statements may be the central evidence in convicting an innocent person.
Bad Lawyering ~ The failure of overworked lawyers to investigate, call witnesses, or prepare for trial has led to the conviction of innocent people.
Tuesday afternoons at NNIA1 (weekly) - Rev. Dorothy Mackey, Human Rights Advocate, reveals shocking information about child endangerment, military sexual assaults, and other human rights issues. Call (818)572-2947. Children of incarcerated mothers and others are subject to CPS custody and enforced adoption. Some do not fare well after that. Mackey discusses children's rights as well as military sexual abuse and other issues on her shows at National Network in Action.
Mackey has a degree is law enforcement and worked in that area. She holds a Bachelors of Science in Political Science, a Masters in Public Administration, and a secondary graduate equivalent degree in Federal Contract Administration and Negotiation. She graduated with the highest honors of Summa Cum Laude. Mackey honorably served in the U.S. military as a Captain for a decade and Commander for over five years. She is an ordained minister. Mackey was a co-founder of STAAAMP (Survivors Take Action Against Abuse by Military Personnel). She is a national and international speaker, a Reiki Master and teacher, and a Life Coach. Google her for more background information.
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The Genesis 6:4 giants won't let the Native Americans hunt on their own land in Maine. It is reportedly not a matter of endangered species of animals. It seems to be just a matter of white supremacy. Please call-in on (818)572-2947 at 9pmEDT to hear what's happening from a Native American perspective at National Network in Action (NNIA1) on March 20, and please feel free to express your opinions and ask questions.
*We're doing Open Mic at NNIA1 tonight at 11pm Eastern. Call (818)572-2947, and tell me how you got so stupid, Americans, especially Blacks.* I really want to know. http://www.blogtalkradio.com/nnia1 I mean, if y'all are brain dead, I'm really wasting my time. I know their assessment is that 1 in 5 Americans is mentally ill, but it seems like many more have comprehension issues than that, considering the lies you seem to believe. Many Blacks cannot even connect abusive, militarized police and murderous prison guards to the officials over the U.S. Justice Department who are paid to protect Americans' rights. So let's talk about it.
RADIO WAKE FOR A LOVING FAMILY MAN WHO WAS TASERED TO DEATH BY OKLAHOMA CITY POLICE. Please meet Darrell Gatewood's grieving family at (818)572-2947 on the National Network in Action (NNIA1) channel at BlogTalkRadio on Saturday, March 7 at 8pmEST. Police reportedly cuffed Gatewood then dragged him out of a home and into a puddle of water before Tasering him to death. Express your condolences to the family of Mr. Gatewood, who was said to have had mental issues or drug addictions. He was killed on March 1, the same day that LAPD killed Africa, a homeless mentally ill man. Please call to help Gatewood's family cope with their recent loss. Pledge your support for justice. Gatewood's body was released to his family yesterday. Please call to help the family cope with their recent loss. http://filmingcops.com/cop-shoots-man-with-taser-gun-again-and-again-until-mans-heart-explodes-dies-report/
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Human Rights for Prisoners March, hosted by Mary “Loves Justice” Neal
The call-in number for "Justice for All" shows is (818)572.2947
Advocacy for adequate defense, fair trials, drug courts, mental health courts, post-conviction DNA tests, safe and humane incarceration, and successful re-entry.
Advocacy against prisoner abuse, avoidable deaths caused by police and correctional officers, solitary confinement, children tried and sentenced as adults, criminalizing mental illness, inadequate health care, wrongful convictions, law of parties, three-strikes law, enforced prison labor, and capital punishment.
Guests include people who have experienced, or who have specialized knowledge about, prison conditions and overuse of force by police or correctional officers, or any subject related to crime and punishment, including improvements proposed or realized.
Dr. Anita Harris says her 15-year-old grandson, Dawntrae Williams, who had the size and mentality of a 10-year-old, was told to drop the machete and walk toward SWAT officers, which he did immediately. Nevertheless, they opened fire . . . Join us Sunday, October 12, 2014, at 3pm EDT when we will hear the full story about Williams' death as relayed by his family. The developmentally delayed, mentally ill Gwinnett County, Georgia teen was killed on December 19, 2011. Please call (347) 857-3293 to speak on air. Your questions and comments are welcome.
At Human Rights for Prisoners March, we:
~Advocate for adequate defense, fair trials, drug courts, mental health courts, post-conviction DNA tests, safe and humane incarceration, and successful re-entry.
~Advocate against prisoner abuse, avoidable deaths caused by police and correctional officers, solitary confinement, children tried and sentenced as adults, criminalizing mental illness, inadequate health care, wrongful convictions, law of parties, three-strikes law, enforced prison labor, and capital punishment.
Join the plaintiffs' conference for "AIMI vs. USA" on the first Saturday and Sunday of each month at 9:00am PDT. Use our FreeConferenceCall.com dial-in no. (605)562-0020, Meeting I.D. Code 992-212-650. If that fails, the backup number is (805)360-1075. You can also connect at Blogtalkradio (347)857-3293. AIMI will present cases in International Court in 2015, seeking restitution for our neglected, mistreated, tortured or killed mentally ill persons or substance abusers as well as their victims. Join the plaintiffs and allow our International Human Rights Lawyer to review your case for possible inclusion. Violations against the civil and human rights of America's people with brain issues deserve international attention.
"Power concedes nothing without a demand. It never has, and it never will." ~Frederick Douglass
Georgia vs. Malik Davis, 17, for Murder of Nizzear Rodriguez, 13
Malik's family speaks to the public at 11pm EDT, September 6, 2014. Call to comment or ask questions at (818) 572-2947. Malik's parents have concerns about the police investigation and the one-sidedness of media reports to date.
National Network in Action (NNIA) advocates for thorough investigations and truth. Hear our first interview with Malik's mother on a previous broadcast, archived at Blogtalkradio on the HUMAN RIGHTS DEMAND channel (interview #2):
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