Wednesday, December 19, 2012

Give to the Innocence Project this Season

Give to the Innocence Project this Holiday Season!
Dear Mary,
I will always remember September 28, 2012, the day I walked out of prison a free man after 15 years on death row in Louisiana for a crime I did not commit. On that day I became the 300th person exonerated by DNA in the United States.
Hundreds of exonerees came before me and I know there are hundreds waiting to follow in my footsteps.
I’m writing today to ask you to donate to the Innocence Project and help free others like me.
A lot has changed in my life since that day in September. I’m 38 years old and through an online course, I'm learning how to type for the first time. I’m amazed to see all the information and resources instantly available on the internet. 
Soon after I was released, I moved to my own apartment in Minneapolis with the help of the Innocence Project. I got my GED in just three weeks and I’m taking college prep classes so I can enroll in the local community college. I’m also proud to share that I will soon be employed doing office work at the law firm of my local counsel.
My life may not seem that exciting but for me it is extraordinary. In prison I was only allowed outside of my cell for one hour each day. I am enjoying the freedom now to lock and unlock the door to my apartment with my own keys, to be able to walk in and out as I please, to run errands, take the bus, go to school, and earn a living.  I am very fortunate and grateful to have the support I need to make this transition and I look forward to the rest of my life as a free man.

Damon Thibodeaux
Minneapolis, Minnesota

Saturday, November 17, 2012

Innocent Mentally Ill Man Freed After 30 years in MO

Police hid evidence to wrongfully convict a mentally ill black man for murder. George Allen was freed after 30 years in a Missouri prison. Some police officers and prosecutors are content to close cases by lying on minorities and mentally ill Americans. It is relatively easy to extract false confessions from children and mentally ill people. See the VIDEO at this link

George Allen was incarcerated 30 years for a rape and murder, but thanks to hard work by the Innocence Project, he is a free man today. The prosecutors sought death in Allen's case, but a juror had to leave jury duty on an emergency. Otherwise, Allen might be DEAD

There should be two links above this line. Censorship is applied to stories of wrongful convictions, especially with the factors that such as George Allen faced: (1) deliberate falsification by police and prosecutors; (2) wrongful death penalty; (3) racism; and (4) a mentally or physically challenged victim.

After Allen was freed, he had lunch with his mother, Lonzetta Taylor (pictured below). More cases may be examined that were investigated by the same detective who withheld information to win Allen's wrongful conviction. The detective is dead now, and Allen is free. Karma.
Repeat of Paragraph 1 -- Police hid evidence to wrongfully convict a mentally ill black man for murder. George Allen was freed after 30 years in a Missouri prison. Some police officers and prosecutors are content to close cases by lying on minorities and mentally ill Americans. It is relatively easy to extract false confessions from children and mentally ill people. See the VIDEO at this link


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Tuesday, October 30, 2012

Austin, TX March to Abolish DP

Dear Mary,
This Saturday, November 3, is the 13th Annual March to Abolish the Death Penalty in Austin at the Texas Capitol. It starts at 2 PM. Meet on the South Side of the Capitol.

Visit the March page on Facebook. The march will be led by four exonerated death row survivors who each spent many years on death row waiting to be executed for crimes they did not commit. They made it out of the system alive, but there are many innocent people still on death row and other innocents who did not make it out alive. 

Speakers at the march will also include family members of people currently on death row, community leaders, activists and others. We represent a growing number of people across Texas and the nation who oppose the death penalty. 

We need your help to show the world that opposition to the death penalty in Texas is growing, so please attend the march. 

If you cannot attend the march, please forward this email to people you know who might be interested.

You can also support the march by making a donation. Click here to donate by credit card or send a check to:
Texas Moratorium Network
3616 Far West Blvd, Suite 117, Box 251
Austin, Texas 78731 

Texas has executed 488 people since 1982 (as of Oct 28, 2012). The 250th execution under Rick Perry is scheduled for Halloween on October 31. Twelve people have been exonerated while on death row in Texas, the most recent being Anthony Graves in 2010.

Ron Keine, an innocent man who spent 2 years on death row in New Mexico, will be a special guest at the 13th Annual March to Abolish the Death Penalty. He will join exonerees Shujaa Graham, Albert Burrell and Clarence Brandley at the march. They are coming courtesy of Witness to Innocence

"This is fast becoming one of the biggest anti-death penalty events in the country. I'll be there", said Ron Keine.

"As they see what the death penalty really means, in my case and others, more and more Texans believe that Texas can do without the death penalty," said exonerated death row survivor Clarence Brandley, from Conroe, Texas, who has been fighting for compensation from the state of Texas for over twenty years. 

Each year since 2000, people from all walks of life and all parts of Texas, the U.S. and other countries have taken a day out of their year and gathered in Austin to raise their voices together and loudly express their opposition to the death penalty. The march is a coming together of activists, family members of people on death row, community leaders, exonerated former death row prisoners and all those calling for repeal of the Texas death penalty. 

The annual march is organized as a joint project by several Texas anti-death penalty organizations: Texas Moratorium Network, the Austin chapter of the Campaign to End the Death Penalty, the Texas Death Penalty Abolition Movement, Texas Students Against the Death Penalty, Witness to Innocence, Texas Civil Rights Project, International Socialist Organization, Amnesty International at The University of Texas, Texas Death Penalty Education and Resource Center, Kids Against the Death Penalty, The Austin Chronicle, Nokoa - the Observer, Democrats for Life, the Gray Panthers and Texas Democrats Against the Death Penalty.

We hope to see you Saturday at the march!
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Sunday, October 21, 2012

Mentally Ill on Death Row

John Errol Ferguson Case: Daniel T.K. Hurley, U.S. District Judge, Grants Stay Of Execution

MIAMI -- A federal judge on Saturday granted a stay of execution for a convicted mass killer in Florida, who is mentally ill and was scheduled to be put to death on Tuesday, October 23, 2012.

U.S. District Judge Daniel T. K. Hurley granted the motion for a stay in the case of John Errol Ferguson, who was to be executed Tuesday after 34 years on Florida's death row ... Ferguson's attorneys maintain he is insane and that the Constitution prohibits the state from executing him.

"The issues raised merit full, reflective consideration," the court said.
See the entire article at this link

Many people object to Ferguson being executed because of his schizophrenia. The Disability Rights Committee issued an "Emergency Resolution in Opposition to the Execution of John Ferguson, a Mentally Ill Florida Death Row Inmate" that helps us understand the issue of mental illness and capital punishment. The Committee wrote in part:

THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED THAT THE NATIONAL LAWYERS GUILD, MEETING AT ITS OCTOBER 2012 CONVENTION IN PASADENA, CALIFORNIA, condemns in the strongest terms the scheduled execution of John Errol Ferguson, a severely mentally ill African American man who has spent the last 34 years on death row, on the ground that it would be cruel and unusual punishment under the Eighth Amendment to the United States Constitution and would also violate international conventions on human rights to which the United States is a party, including the Convention Against Torture and Other Cruel, Inhuman or Degrading Treatment or Punishment; and urges officials in the State of Florida to stop the scheduled execution and commute Mr. Ferguson’s death sentences to life imprisonment.
There have been numerous executions of mentally incompetent persons despite the constitutional law against unusual punishment. Jonathan Green, a mentally ill Texan, was killed on October 10. See a report from Death Penalty Information Center (DPIC) below:
MENTAL ILLNESS: Federal Court Stays Texas Execution Because of Inadequate Hearing

UPDATE: The U.S. Court of Appeals overturned the stay of execution and Green was executed on Oct. 10.  Earlier: Jonathan Green was scheduled for execution in Texas on October 10, but a federal judge issued a stay because the state did not afford him due process in examining his mental competency.

Thursday, October 18, 2012

Scotus Stayed Texas Murder of Anthony Haynes

EXCELLENT NEWS! THE TEXAS EXECUTION OF ANTHONY HAYNES WAS STAYED BY SCOTUS! Congratulate Hayes on breathing after October 18 at the following address:

Polunsky Unit
3872 FM 350 South
Livingston, TX 77351

The following anti-dp post was initially prevented at MaryLovesJustice Facebook wall 
(I doubt if the link gets people to my "real" Facebook wall)

State Murder of Anthony Haynes, sponsored by the people of Texas, scheduled for Oct 18, 2012.
HUNTSVILLE, Texas -- Preparations are underway for the planned execution Thursday of Anthony Haynes. The U.S. Supreme Court is considering Haynes' request for a stay of execution so that his case may be reviewed by the high court ... Haynes argued that he would not have received the death penalty if his attorney had represented him effectively at trial.


Saturday, September 29, 2012

The Easter Execution Paid in Full

Exposed: Help the Least of These, His Brethren: Behold the Lamb of God.  And he shall set the sheep on his right hand, but the goats on the left. Then shall the King say unto them ...

MaryLovesJustice Show, Tape 1: "End DP in Bible Belt States" at this TalkShoe link (After the first 45 minutes, there is a two-minute pause inserted by cyberstalkers, then the tape continues for another hour. That is the only tape cyberstalkers permitted this censored anti-dp advocate to complete.)

For he hath looked down from the height of his sanctuary; from heaven did the LORD behold the earth; to hear the groaning of the prisoner; to loose those that are appointed to death 
~Psalm 102:19-20

Remember them that are in bonds, as bound with them; and them which suffer adversity, as being yourselves also in the body ~Hebrews 13:3

Give, and it shall be given unto you; good measure, pressed down, and shaken together, and running over, shall men give into your bosom. For with the same measure that ye mete withal it shall be measured to you again ~Luke 6:38

Blessed are the merciful: for they shall obtain mercy 
~Matthew 5:7

 If ye love me, keep my commandments 
~John 14:15

Thy shalt not kill 
~Exodus 20:13

CALVARY ~Mahalia Jackson 

Vengeance is mine; I will repay, saith the Lord
~Romans 12:19

SINCE 1976
1/5/121278OKGary Welch49W1 WhiteLethal Injection3-drug w/ pentobarbital17
1/26/121279TXRodrigo Hernandez39L1 WhiteLethal Injection3-drug w/ pentobarbital10
2/8/121280MSEdwin Turner ¥38W2 BlackLethal Injection3-drug w/ pentobarbital16
2/15/121281FLRobert Waterhouse65W1 WhiteLethal Injection3-drug w/ pentobarbital32
2/29/121282AZRobert Moorman63W1 WhiteLethal Injection1-drug (pentobarbital)27
2/29/121283TXGeorge Rivas41L1 WhiteLethal Injection3-drug w/ pentobarbital11
3/7/121284TXKeith Thurmond52W2 WhiteLethal Injection3-drug w/ pentobarbital10
3/8/121285AZRobert Towery47W1 WhiteLethal Injection1-drug (pentobarbital)20
3/15/121286OKTimothy Stemple46W1 WhiteLethal Injection3-drug w/ pentobarbital14
3/20/121287MSLarry Puckett35W1 WhiteLethal Injection3-drug w/ pentobarbital16
3/22/121288MSWilliam Mitchell61B1 WhiteLethal Injection3-drug w/ pentobarbital14
3/28/121289TXJesse Hernandez47L1 LatinoLethal Injection3-drug w/ pentobarbital10
4/12/121290FLDavid Gore58W1 WhiteLethal Injection3-drug w/ pentobarbital28
4/18/121291OHMark Wiles49W1 WhiteLethal Injection1 drug (pentobarbital)26
4/20/121292DEShannon Johnson*28B1 BlackLethal Injection3-drug w/ pentobarbital6
4/25/121293AZThomas Kemp63W1 LatinoLethal Injection1 drug (pentobarbital)19
4/26/121294TXBeunka Adams29B1 WhiteLethal Injection3-drug w/ pentobarbital8
5/1/121295OKMichael Selsor57W1 WhiteLethal Injection3-drug w/ pentobarbital36
6/5/121296MSHenry Jackson47B4 BlackLethal Injection3-drug w/ pentobarbital22
6/12/121297IDRichard Leavitt53W1 WhiteLethal Injection1 drug (pentobarbital)27
6/12/121298MSJan Brawner34W4 WhiteLethal Injection3-drug w/ pentobarbital10
6/20/121299MSGary Simmons49W1 WhiteLethal Injection3-drug w/ pentobarbital15
6/27/121300AZSamuel Lopez49L1 LatinoLethal Injection1-drug (pentobarbital)25
7/18/121301TXYokamon Hearn33B1 WhiteLethal Injection1-drug (pentobarbital)14
8/7/121302TXMarvin Wilson54B1 BlackLethal Injection1-drug (pentobarbital)18
8/8/121303AZDaniel Cook51W1 Latino
1 White
Lethal Injection1-drug (pentobarbital)24
8/14/121304OKMichael Hooper40W3 WhiteLethal Injection3-drug w/ pentobarbital17
9/20/121305OHDonald Palmer47W2 WhiteLethal Injection1-drug (pentobarbital)23
9/20/121306TXRobert Harris40B1 Latino
1 White
Lethal Injection1-drug (pentobarbital)12
9/25/121307TXCleve Foster47W1 BlackLethal Injection1-drug (pentobarbital)8

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* volunteer - an inmate who waived ordinary appeals that remained at the time of his or her execution
~ foreign national
¥ white defendant executed for murder of black victim
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Monday, September 17, 2012

Reggie Clemons: Innocent on Death Row

Stop the Execution of Reggie Clemons in Missouri - Act w/ Amnesty


In the interest of justice, I urge you to grant Reggie Clemons clemency.  Mr. Clemons was sentenced to death in St. Louis as an accomplice in the 1991 murder of two young white women, Julie and Robin Kerry.  Two other black youths were also convicted, including Marlin Gray (executed in 2005). Clemons has consistently maintained his innocence, and his case illustrates many of the flaws in the U.S. death penalty system.

While I have tremendous sympathy for the family and friends of Julie and Robin Kerry, and am mindful of the pain and grief that they have experienced, I believe capital punishment only perpetuates a harmful cycle of violence.

I am particularly troubled by the lack of physical evidence in this case, allegations of police coercion and prosecutorial misconduct, questions of inadequate legal representation and questions of race, and finally, what appears to have been a "stacked" jury.

At the time of the trial, the prosecution conceded that Clemons neither killed the victims nor planned the crime because there was no physical evidence that tied him to the crime itself or the events leading up to it. The two main witnesses were a former suspect and a co-defendant.

Clemons alleges that under the pressure of police brutality he confessed to raping one of the victims, though never to murder.  Four federal judges have agreed that the prosecutor's conduct during the trial was "abusive and boorish."  And Clemons' lawyer had a full-time job in another state during her representation of Mr. Clemons, resulting in poor preparation for the trial.

The final issue when considering the case of Mr. Clemons is that of race.  Not only were the murder victims white, but the two crucial witnesses were as well.  The three convicted defendants were black, and during the jury selection, blacks were disproportionately dismissed, resulting in an unrepresentative jury given the sizable black population of St. Louis.  The jury's flaws were also noted in 2002 by a U.S. District Court judge who ruled that Clemons' death sentence should not stand because six prospective jurors had been improperly excluded at the jury selection.  Later a high court overturned this ruling on technical grounds.

While I am sympathetic to the pain and suffering caused by this terrible crime, I feel that executing Reggie Clemons would be unfair and unjust.  It is clear that Mr. Clemons' trial was flawed in numerous regards and that serious questions persist regarding the reliability of his conviction and the proportionality of his sentence.  I hope that you will follow this recommendation and commute the death sentence of Reggie Clemons.

Sign Amnesty's petition to save Reggie Clemons at this link

Learn more about Reggie Clemons at these websites:
Free Reggie Clemons Now
Justice for Reggie
“Judge, there was injustice during every point on Reggie’s road to death row,” Josh Levine said in opening arguments Monday.

Friday, September 7, 2012

Pedophile Victim Faces Execution for Killing His Abuser

Terrance Williams, a pedophile victim, faces execution for killing one of his abusers.

Please sign the PETITION TO SAVE TERRANCE WILLIAMS at this link

Below is an excerpt of the story on Williams by Joseph A. Slobodzian, Inquirer Staff Writer:

Terrance Williams is scheduled to die October 3. He killed a man in 1985, soon after turning 18.

With less than a month before condemned murderer Terrance Williams is scheduled to die by lethal injection, his advocates on Thursday chose an option not used in a half-century: a plea for clemency from the governor.

Lawyers for Williams, 46, formerly of Philadelphia, filed the petition asking Gov. Corbett and the state Board of Pardons to stop Williams’ Oct. 3 execution and commute his sentence to life in prison without parole.

A broad-based group of lawyers and former judges, child advocates, and religious figures – including the widow of the man Williams killed in 1984 – urged that his life be spared for a crime committed three months after he turned 18, the minimum age for someone to be sentenced to death in the United States.

Moreover, the petition says, five members of the Philadelphia Common Pleas Court jury that condemned Williams for the murder of Amos Norwood have said they would have opted for life in prison had they heard mitigating evidence about Williams’ horrific childhood of sexual abuse by a neighbor, a teacher, and Norwood himself.

“The evidence of abuse in this case is clear,” reads a letter of support signed by 26 child advocates and experts in sexual abuse. “There can be no doubt that Terry was repeatedly and violently abused and exploited as a child and teenager by manipulative older men.

“Terry’s acts of violence have, alas, an explanation of the worst sort: enveloped by anger and self-hatred, Terry lashed out and killed two of the men who sexually abused him and caused him so much pain.”

Continue Reading @

   Thank you for your interest in justice and compassion for Terrance Williams. Join the Davis/MacPhail Truth Committee, the murder victim's widow, and Pennsylvania's Attorney General Linda Kelly in asking for clemency by signing Williams' petition. Please also contact the Pennsylvania Pardons Board as well as the governor's office to request clemency for an abused child who was barely an adult when he was sentenced to die for killing a man who violated him. Please share this article with individuals and online groups. The Davis/MacPhail Truth Committee has no psychiatrists or psychologists as members at this time. But it is our opinion that Williams suffered from post traumatic stress disorder that resulted from lifelong brutality from his mother and sexual assaults from her lovers as well as Williams' juvenile detention guards and others. Pennsylvania prosecuted a judge in early 2011 who channeled children into private prisons for his own profit. The world was also horrified in 2012 by the Penn State University scandal, which revealed that many young people were molested on that campus with the full knowledge of responsible adults. Now in the last quarter of 2012, we urge Pennsylvania to grant clemency to one such victimized child who broke under the weight of his own oppression and took a life. Please have mercy. See an excerpt from a news article below:

PROSECUTOR LIES TO KILL WILLIAMS ( Sept. 21, 2012) Three of the five Pardons Board members voted to recommend Governor Tom Corbett grant Williams clemency [after a hearing before the board Monday, September 17, 2012. The board must vote unanimously for clemency in order for the governor to grant same.] Defense attorneys contend Assistant District Attorney Thomas Dolgenos erred in asserting that federal courts had already heard and rejected the defense claim that prosecutors in Williams’ 1986 trial promised to help a co-defendant get parole, in exchange for his testimony against Williams. Williams’ attorneys contend that information — which was also central to the appeal in the Philadelphia court Thursday — didn’t come to light until after the federal appeals were heard, and that Dolgenos’ statement may have swayed the board of pardons vote. - Continue reading at

Racial, geographic and economic disparities (by Pennsylvanians for Alternatives to DP)
  • African-American defendants in Philadelphia are four times more likely to be given a death sentence than white defendants.
  • Although Philadelphia’s murder rate is only 3 times great than that of Harrisburg, the proportion of those condemned to death is 11 times greater in Philadelphia.
  • Pennsylvania provides no funding for indigent defense services, opting instead to rely on county-funded indigent defense systems. As a result, the quality of Pennsylvania’s capital indigent defense system varies widely among counties and fails to afford uniform, quality representation to many capital defendants.
For he hath looked down from the height of his sanctuary; from heaven did the Lord behold the earth; to hear the groaning of the prisoner; to loose those that are appointed to death. ~Psalm 102:19-20
Philadephia Judge Cites Withheld Evidence in Granting New Sentencing Trial to Terrance Williams
On September 28, Philadelphia Judge M. Teresa Sarmina granted a stay of execution and a new sentencing hearing to Terrance Williams because the prosecutors suppressed important mitigating evidence. The evidence, which could have been presented at trial, indicated the prosecutors knew that Amos Norwood, Williams’s victim, had been a pedophile who sexually abused Williams.

Petition: Re-investigate Officer MacPhail's Murder


September 21 will be the first anniversary of Troy Davis's execution. Davis was never given a new trial by jury to hear his claim to innocence. Davis requested that we "continue to fight this fight" to clear his name. Will you do that? Please sign the petition requesting re-investigation of Officer Mark MacPhail's murder. The petition is addressed to Georgia Bureau of Investigations and the U.S. Department of Justice. (Four(4) links are in this article.)

Petition to re-investigate the murder of Officer MacPhail 
We, the undersigned, hold that Officer MacPhail's murder should be thoroughly investigated in light of recanted and tarnished witness testimony, a faulty initial investigation that was highly prejudicial toward Troy Davis, and his poorly financed defense during the original trial and appeals process. These factors led to the conviction and execution of Troy Anthony Davis without proof of guilt and the possibility that Officer MacPhail's murderer thwarted justice. A thorough investigation is warranted and hereby demanded.

Hear Troy Davis's last words, affirming his innocence and carrying his final request: 

"All I can ask is that each of you look deeper into this case, so that you really will finally see the truth. I ask my family and friends that you all continue to pray, that you all continue to forgive. Continue to fight this fight. For those about to take my life, may God have mercy on all of your souls. God bless you all."

Troy Davis' Last Words Released By Georgia Department Of Corrections (AUDIO)

If the world's largest initiative for justice can be ended simply by killing the principal, then no justice quests will be given more regard than children's tantrums in the future. Let us "keep fighting this fight" for the sake of Troy Davis and everyone who is or will be incarcerated or face execution without proof of guilt.

Visit the official Troy Davis website:

Google "Troy Davis Mary Neal" for more articles by this writer.

NOTE: Please take the initiative to share this petition with your friends and online networks. Both Officer MacPhail and Troy Davis deserved a thorough investigation of this matter. Thank you.

Mary Neal, director of the Davis/MacPhail Truth Committee, an online advocacy against the death penalty, especially for persons whose guilt was not irrevocably proved and for inmates who should be exempt from capital punishment because of mental illness or retardation. You are invited to connect with me at and at Google+ - Join the Davis-MacPhail Truth Committee today by signing and sharing the petition!

Monday, April 30, 2012

Anthony Bartee: A Texas/Zimmerman Victim

Anthony Bartee, Denied DNA Tests in Texas
Execution Date May 2, 2012

ANTHONY BARTEE IS INNOCENT UNTIL PROVED GUILTY, BUT TEXAS PLANS TO KILL HIM WITHOUT ALLOWING HIS DNA TEST. He is on death row, deprived of a DNA test to prove his innocence because the system does not really care whether Americans are guilty or innocent. Congress finally said so by approving National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA) in 2011 while normal people enjoyed Thanksgiving. President Obama signed it while most Americans celebrated New Year's Eve with friends and family. NDAA provides for military arrests in concentration camps without any criminal charges being levied. Victims will have no opportunity for defense at trial. The difference between YOU and Anthony Bartee, who is to be killed on May 2, is that he might go first. Please don't let that happen without registering your objection.

Was your name in the first batch of petitions delivered in April telling Texas to Test The DNA in ALL the Evidence? Please sign the petition to help stop the execution of Anthony Bartee at - The world is appalled at the violence and apparent racism in Zimmerman's fatal shooting of an innocent, unarmed youth, Trayvon Martin. However, this nation's prisons, including death rows, are inhabited by many people who might be innocent. The Innocence Project reports: "Since 1989, more than 250 people in 34 states have been exonerated through post-conviction DNA testing." Innocent inmates are unarmed victims in the struggle to save their lives and regain their liberty. Politicians and human rights organizations that grandstand on Martin's coffin claiming concern about his wrongful death should also show aversion to taking potentially innocent lives like Bartee's while a simple test might save them. It is hypocrisy to show repulsion over Zimmerman killing Martin but not over Texas killing Bartee without irrefutable proof of guilt. Every life is important. God is no respecter of persons.

I signed the petition for Anthony Bartee and wrote the following comment:

"EXECUTE JUSTICE, NOT PEOPLE! Give Anthony Bartee a DNA test, murderous hypocrites.We recognize that Texas is about 50 down from taking the lead from Virginia as the EXECUTION CHAMPION OF USA, but Bartee is probably innocent. See "DP - The Unholy Race" People are sick of sociopaths taking tax money that could buy text books to kill our neighbors, whether innocent or guilty. Please stop, if you can help yourselves."

How Important is Innocence in Criminal Justice?  That issue has been decided by the U.S. Supreme Court. While deliberating on whether Troy Davis would be given an opportunity for a hearing, justices on the High Court stated: 

“'The substantial risk of putting an innocent man to death clearly provides an adequate justification for holding an evidentiary hearing,' Justice John Paul Stevens wrote.

But Antonin Scalia, joined in the minority by Clarence Thomas, was unconvinced and unmoved.

'This Court has never held that the Constitution forbids the execution of a convicted defendant who has had a full and fair trial but is later able to convince a habeas court that he is ‘actually innocent.' Quite to the contrary, we have repeatedly left that question unresolved, while expressing considerable doubt that any claim based on alleged ‘actual innocence’ is constitutionally cognizable.'”

Scalia’s fellow justices noted that his position allows no legal avenue for even an obviously innocent person to have his or her case heard.

Justices Scalia and Thomas hold that the Supreme Court never made a decision on how important innocence is for a person who was already convicted. But I assert that the Supreme Court has NOT left that question unresolved. Silence on the vital matter of whether to uphold innocent people's right to life means the High Court has actually decided against it.

I swore never to be silent whenever and wherever human beings endure suffering and humiliation. We must always take sides. . .  Neutrality helps the oppressor, never the victim.  Silence encourages the tormentor, never the tormented. To remain silent and indifferent is the greatest sin of all. ~ Elie Wiesel, Nobel Prize for Peace, 1986

THE EASTER EXECUTION    Despite the Easter Execution, most people are executed in the Bible Belt by so-called Christians. Executions, especially without proof, are not representative of Jesus Christ. He says to those with innocent blood on their hands, "I never knew you; depart from me, you workers of lawlessness."

Please sign Anthony Bartee's Petition on Democracy in Action at this link!    In case they corrupt the link, here it is without linking  (Copy/paste the petition link into your browser to reach the petition. Stalkers know each condemned man costs taxpayers around $70,000 per year more than inmates serving life sentences (according to DPIC stats). It depends on incarceration rates in a given state, but DP inmates definitely cost more to warehouse. Cyberstalkers therefore coded the "SAVE BARTEE" link (under the Cross of Christ) to be practically invisible. Arresting and killing people are just business dealings to prison profiteers.)


Do you see the photo of a public hanging directly above? The prison profiteers' cyberstalkers which the U.S. Government and Georgia justice officials and police allow to censor my Internet input may remove it. I encountered a good deal of cyberstalking placing it here. Perhaps the injustice system believes we will forget that executions are barbaric activities if they remove my pictorial reminder. Maybe without a photo, they hope we will forget that it is nothing new for mobs of people to kill simply because they are bloodthirsty bigots without consideration about the guilt or innocence of their victims, as long as the victims are black like Anthony Bartee or from among working class whites like Hank Skinner. Skinner won a stay of execution in November 2011, but he has also not been allowed to take a DNA test to date. Stays of execution are therefore issued to delay, but not to eliminate, the possibility of killing innocents. 

It was long ago decided that when barbarians want to do a murder, they must go through a court process first. After that, INNOCENCE DOES NOT MATTER. I respectfully disagree, and it is your duty to disagree along with me. Hundreds of people who went through a "full and fair trial" were later found to be actually innocent and were exonerated based on post-conviction evidence, including DNA test results. Bartee deserves the right to use every means available to prove his innocence. No one should be executed without irrefutable proof of guilt, especially while the state denies access to test evidence that was used to incriminate him. Punishing innocent people for crimes violates not only the wrongly convicted but also crime victims.
Summary of allegations against Bartee from "Crime & Capital"  On August 15, 1996, in San Antonio, Bartee murdered 37-year-old David Cook by using a nine-millimeter pistol to fatally shoot him in the head and neck. Bartee then took Cook's motorcycle and fled the scene. Bartee was on parole for two counts of aggravated rape when he [allegedly] committed the murder.  

For Texas to prevent Bartee from testing his DNA against the evidence puts Texas in the position to kill another innocent man. Did Bartee kill his friend? Perhaps. But the idea that he or any convicted person might be innocent is worth a test. Hundreds of prosecutors, judges, juries, and even eye witnesses have been wrong before. Hundreds. People are innocent until proven guilty. That has not happened where a single shred of doubt remains, whether the accused is a convicted felon like Bartee or a person with no prior offenses like Troy Davis. In Bible Belt states where people feel compelled to continue DP, The Unholy Race to execute the most people before the Second Coming, capital punishment should be off the table except for offenders with sound mental health against whom the state has irrefutable proof of guilt.

Military people from America's working class are dispatched throughout the world risking their lives in battles that are supposedly for human rights. Millions of men and women have died over the course of five centuries to protect Americans' civil rights that are guaranteed under the Constitution, and the right to life is chief among them. However our justice system quibbles over whether U.S. citizens should be allowed to perform DNA tests at their own expense to avoid wrongful execution! That is absurd, inhumane, and unAmerican. As minorities like Bartee and working class whites like Skinner are imprisoned and executed in America with their guilt not proved, please remember that their so-called "right to life" is exactly equal to your own - disregarded by elitists over the justice system and therefore nonexistent

Over the Holidays, Congress and the President approved NDAA, which subjects people to indefinite military detention (concentration camps) without criminal charges. And Bartee, an innocent man, faces execution on May 2, begging for a test the state refuses to give him. Both problems stem from the fact that the lives and human rights of minorities and working class whites are considered "immaterial" by elitists. Elitists decision makers disregard the sacrifices that generations of military families and civil rights activists made to make America a land of liberty and justice for all. We the People can and must address both problems: (1) Support H.R.3785, the congressional bill introduced by Rep. Ron Paul in January to repeal the concentration camp provision of NDAA. (2) Please stand up for Bartee's right to life. In so doing, you take a stand for yourselves, your families, and for all working class Americans. No wealthy American would be denied DNA tests like Bartee and Skinner are. Insist that guilt must be proved by every means available before depriving Bartee of life. Isn't that what you want for yourself? Isn't it what you, Bartee, and every person deserve? 

The Innocence Projects maps exonerations by state, geographic trends, and individual cases at this link . The fact that more than 250 Americans have been spared from wrongful incarceration and execution through DNA testing necessitates Bartee's execution being stayed and a test actually being given this time. Stays of execution must stop being an elitist game to temporarily reduce public outrage about the government killing innocent Americans. The trickery is not appreciated.

God said we must take a stand against unrighteousness and love our neighbors as we do ourselves. Bible Belt states execute people more than others, and risk killing more innocents, perhaps because Christians are not taught God's Word regarding executions. Please see Proverbs 31:8-9 below. Then be DOERS of the Word and not hearers only, as Jesus admonished.

Proverbs 31:8-9 King James Version (KJV)

"Open thy mouth for the dumb in the cause of ALL such as are appointed to destruction.  Open thy mouth, judge righteously, and plead the cause of the poor and needy."


See "Execution Watch" at this link  

Saturday, April 21, 2012

Davis-MacPhail Truth Committee Petition Sabotage

The petition by Davis/MacPhail Truth Committee was sabotaged. My cyberstalkers' bosses would prefer for people to just forget about Troy Davis and "let sleeping dogs lie." That is how they feel about the secret arrest and wrongful death of Larry Neal, also. Human life is irrelevant for sociopaths. Neither does justice for MacPhail matter to them. He was of the working class and therefore irrelevant to them.

The 99% Still Stands for Justice 4 Troy Anthony Davis and Officer Mark MacPhail

The petition to Georgia Bureau of Investigations and the United States Department of Justice to re-investigate Officer MacPhail's murder was sabotaged from the moment I started writing it on the petition site. I was denied the option to upload a photo or video like others who use (There should be five links in this article without counting the tweet which ends the piece.) When the petition published online, it was dated September 21, 2011, not November 13, 2011, the date I created it. That was to hide the petition and prevent support to have Officer MacPhail's murder investigated again. Everyone who saw any online petition regarding Troy Davis dated September 21 and before that date naturally thought it was a petition to save Troy's life and did not bother to open it after Troy was killed. This is a petition to re-investigate a brave officer's death. Officer MacPhail was murdered while trying to save a homeless man who was being stalked and harassed by the same man who fingered Troy as the murderer. I believe Officer MacPhail's death deserves more than the cursory investigation that led to Troy Davis' execution. Davis was a teenager who had a clean criminal background before being charged with MacPhail's murder. No one's first crime is killing a police officer. Therefore, Officer MacPhail's murder investigation was absurd. He deserved better, and so did Troy Davis. Below is a new petition site.

Petition to re-investigate the murder of Officer MacPhail 

The petition to re-investigate Officer MacPhail's death closed out with less than 100 signatures although Davis had over 600,000 petitioners against his execution because his guilt was never proved. That does not add up, and I know why. I do not have time to play with First Amendment saboteurs. No one can sabotage the date on a petition by taking over my personal computer. That had to be done at or by third parties who have control over that online site. Everyone with petitions at should beware. I will re-launch this petition using another petition service although several others also proved to be corrupt to protect the justice system. If you can suggest an honest petition service with adequate security, please do so in the comment field below, IF they let you. Troy Davis' execution and the sabotage against this petition prove "history" does not mean "bygone" when it comes to racism. See the text of the defunct petition in the next blog. Hear Troy Davis' final request that we continue to fight this fight recorded at the links below.

Troy Davis' Last Words Released By Georgia Department Of Corrections (AUDIO)

Troy Davis execution goes ahead despite serious doubts about his guilt

Troy Davis, In His Final Words, "I Am Innocent" (AUDIO) Read more: - Troy Davis Execution "I am innocent" Final Words Audio

Thank you for your support in doing what Troy Davis requested. We will "keep fighting this fight" to clear his name. We will publish another petition and video proof of the cyberstalking that happened to the petition at The videos show my efforts to share the link via Twitter to Michael Moore and others. THEY ACTUALLY PREVENTED MY TWEETS AND DISALLOWED ME FROM COPYING/PASTING @KOFFIETIME TWEETS FOR THE TIME PERIOD IN NOVEMBER 2011 WHEN I WAS SHARING THE PETITION LINK. AWESOME FOOTAGE. THANKS, CYBERWOLVES. 

My cyberstalking tells us so much if you listen. The same cyberstalkers who are hired to censor Mary Neal regarding mass incarceration of the mentally ill also censor my messages and articles protesting executions, The Cochran Firm fraud against minorities, Taser deaths, excessive sentencing, wrongful convictions, the NAACP being sued by Rev. Pinkney, my objections to oppressive bills like SOPA and NDAA, and my petition to investigate Officer MacPhail's murder. Does that tell you anything about the stalkers' employers? I used to think it was The Cochran Firm when that was my main subject, but I don't think the law firm cares about enough about all my other topics to pay for four cyberstalkers to be on standby to censor my Internet input 24/7 for years. Maybe the stalkers and Cochran Firm just work for the same boss. See an excerpt from an article I published to notify the public that SOMEBODY DOES NOT WANT THE MacPHAIL MURDER TO BE INVESTIGATED.

Koffietime Tweets Hidden from Michael Moore
See the Troy Davis tweet below to Michael Moore that is cyberstalked. Mary Neal's tweets to @MMFlint (Michael Moore) were missing from @koffietime's tweet stream among those sent November 13, 2011, and they are also missing from my Twitter page. I am disallowed communication with Michael Moore, because he is interested in justice for Troy Davis. When stalkers plan to steal my Twitter followers, they first delete Twitter notices from my email box that announce them. This is a regular occurrence. I found numerous new followers and tweeted them about it in among the tweets posted at the end of this article. Most of my tweets have links, and those are not counted in the nine(9) for this article. Moore and at least a million other people throughout the world opposed Troy Davis being executed without proof of guilt and would be likely to endorse the petition for a new investigation to honor Troy Davis' last request: "Continue to fight this fight." I entered the forbidden tweet to Michael Moore again on November 25, 2011, and it appears below (on my view, anyway): koffietime Mary Neal to @MMFlint Davis/MacPhail Truth Committee Petition for new MacPhail Murder Investigation "KEEP FIGHTING THIS FIGHT" ~Troy 10 minutes ago