Ten years ago, I joined FB at the advice of a young friend. My objective wasn't to socialize but, to publicize and gain support for The Scott Sisters, who were wrongfully convicted with double life sentences each, in the State of Mississippi.
I learned of their case while working & attending graduate school in Chicago.
Congressman Jesse Jackson Jr., had a letter delivered to me from the sisters' mother, Mrs. Evelyn Rasco.
From there, I conducted a few years of research and investigations, and then presented the case on various social media sites such as Ning, Blog Talk Radio, Twitter and Listserves.
A large group of Atheists were the very first supporters and they wanted to remain in the background/publicly silent. A Harvard physicist was the next supporter.
Raphael Louis/Canada, gave us the first introduction to Blog Talk Radio. Bringing the case to Facebook yielded thousands of supporters from around the globe.
As a result, I've presented many additional cases to free wrongfully convicted inmates, and solve numerous cases of injustices by incorporating my knowledge of governmental compliance and criminal law to place public pressure on various local, state and federal agencies.
The case most dear to me is that of Imam Jamil Al-Amin whom I know best as H Rap Brown - A few of us nick named him THE RAP in college. My knowledge and skills along with public pressure, had him moved out of Supermax in Florence, Colorado.
Those who have benefitted are to numerous to mention but, I am most proud of Marissa Alexander's success. I no longer work with wrongfully convicted inmates and made the decision to take other avenues in life.
I would like to thank the many thousands, of supporters gained globally throughout the years and I know that Mrs. Rasco thanks you from the spiritual realm. Peace, Love and Light ~~Nancy Lockhart MJ
Wednesday, March 28, 2018
Friday, March 16, 2018
Woman Tasered After Calling Cop 'Honey' Settles For $20,000, Police Deny Wrongdoing
"Wendell's interaction with police was caught in bodycam footage that she says proves she was treated with excessive force. "I had nothing to do with it. I was just driving to work," Wendell told police in the video after they responded to the scene of a motor vehicle accident. According to WPEC, police say Wendell drove off, and when questioned, admitted to leaving the scene of an accident. When cops caught up with Wendell, she denied knowing that leaving the scene was a crime and in the ensuing disagreement, calls an officer "honey." "Please don't call me honey," the officer replies. "Don't call me... then don't talk to me, how's that?" Wendell says. At that point in the video, the officer tells Wendell she is under arrest. The video subsequently goes dark and a woman's scream can be heard. "Put your hands behind your back!” police yell. “No, stop it!” Wendell screams. “You are going to get tased. You are under arrest!" police yell. Wendell filed a lawsuit against the city claiming “unprovoked and untaunted, the officers violently slammed her into a corner and forced her down to the floor, tasing her.” While admitting no wrongdoing, Stuart Police say the city settled in order to save taxpayers money and the expense of legal fees. Cops say an internal investigation revealed no wrongdoing. "Police officers have to do their job and sometimes when they do their job properly it's not pretty," said Stuart Police Cpl. Brian Bossio. The officers involved were not disciplined." Woman Tasered Settles for $20,000.