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"A Mother's Fight Against The System"

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Our Guest Naomi Johnson is the host of The Noneillah Talk Show is in memory of music artist, Noneillah Founder, digital designer, engineer, songwriter, visual artist, a college student, and son of the hottest Naomi Johnson; Sean Cos Mason. Sean Cos Mason aka Deshon was killed by a Coach USA bus driver who was operating an NJ Transit bus. The driver deliberately ran over Deshon twice then dragged him 50 to 100 feet. Deshon's mother talks about New records that included eyewitness testimony. Naomi uses the power of television to tell compelling stories about NJ Transit, Coach USA, Essex County Prosecutor, Police and attorneys corruption on her son's transit demise case by a Coach USA bus driver who was operating New Jersey Transit. The Noneillah show provides the most comprehensive forum on issues in the history of television. Noneillah has used the show's platform to raise awareness on the ongoing killing epidemic by NJ Transit and Coach USA bus companies.

Her show wants its views to be accessible to stories dealing NJ Transit and Coach USA bus drivers killing innocent people in vain that no other show or news talks about and give understanding to the general public by addressing important personal and social issues. Using their top-rated show as a teaching tool, Noneillah talk show host takes aim at the critical issues of our time, including the "silent epidemics" of bullying by our justice system, transit attorneys, mental abuse by the prosecutors, fabrication, verbal attack on an innocent mother who is fighting for justice for her son Deshon killed by bus driver Wilson Romain who has a bad driving record, violent attitude, blaming her son for his death, and various forms of severe mental torcher by the so-called New Jersey justice system. My deepest grief as a mother and the deepest pain on the loss of Naomi's son who was a hip-hop artist/rapper.

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