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Human Rights for Prisoners March - GA vs. Kendrick Johnson's Parents

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Kendrick Johnson's Parents Prosecuted for Demanding Due Process of law in Georgia regarding the murder of their teenage son, Kendrick Johnson, in his high school and theft of his ORGANS

The Johnsons should not be so impatient, like the president said. My family has waited for nearly twelve(12) years for answers about Larry Neal's secret arrest and murder in Memphis Shelby County Jail. The president said we must exercise patience about racism. Instead, the Johnsons engaged in civil disobedience and blocked the doors to the courthouse demanding answers. Don't they know their places? I have caught pure-D hell standing for justice in Georgia. Now the Johnsons are receiving their RETRIBUTION for demanding answers about their teenage son, Kendrick.

If the Johnsons are sentenced for one year as threatened, black families in Georgia will know not to bother officials about missing children and mentally ill men like Larry Neal or missing organs, and they certainly will know not to sue white people like the Johnsons and Mary Neal. The mistress said in "12 Years a Slave": "Don't carry on so. You'll forget about those children in no time."

We will discuss the lesson from Georgia v. Johnsons during our Black History Month programs at Human Rights Demand channel at Blogtalkradio, every Wed. at 9pm EST. Google "Secret War on Black America and Victims' Families."

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