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Gang Stalking – America, don’t make me cry anymore.

English: The United States Esperanto: Loko de ...

English: The United States Esperanto: Loko de Usono sur la terglobo (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

Crime Society of America from 52 Week 52, art ...

Crime Society of America from 52 Week 52, art by Justiniano. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)


Crying (Photo credit: sinosplice)

After four years, I still don’t know what I’m guilty of.  No one’s come to me and told me I’ve committed a crime, but, yet, I’m being punished.  Punished for what?

Everyone has a right to know what crime he’s committed and brought to trial.  I’ve had no trial, no one’s told me I’m guilty of anything, but I’m treated like a criminal, like an animal.

If  I’ve committed a crime, I want to be brought to trial and put in front of a jury who will judge me guilty or not.

But I’ve never had opportunity to speak with someone and have them tell me what it is I’m guilty of.

All my life I grew up hearing that America is the land of the free, that we all get a fair trial with rights to a lawyer. I’ve not been given a lawyer, nor a trial.

So here I sit, wasting my life away, as if I’m in prison, with no rights.

I’m free, what a laugh!  If this is freedom, give me communism.

How  much worse can communism be?

The land of the free is no more.  America has lost its way.

It is full of  corrupt Congress, government officials, and money-grubbing people.

No one cares about freedom anymore, only how much they can all put in their bulging pockets.

America the land of the free. The land that tortures its citizens and takes away all their rights without a trial or a lawyer.

America, you’re in a sad, sad state.  I hope you find your way back to what you were.  That is, if you are  what I thought you were.

I still care about you, America. Don’t make me cry anymore.

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Gang Stalking – PostaDay 2011 – Do you agree with death penalty?

Is it ever right to kill? And under what circumstances? Is it worth the risk of being wrong?

I recently signed a petition to spare Troy Davis’ life. I also encouraged others to sign petition to save Troy Davis’ life. I don’t believe in the death penalty, never have. I don’t think killing someone stops anyone else from committing a crime.

I signed the petition for Troy Davis because seven witnesses recanted their testimony. They said police convinced them Troy Davis was guilty.   And another man also confessed to the crime of killing the officer.   So there was a lot of doubt about his guilt.  Troy Davis never acknowledged killing the officer,  not even on the day he died.  Before he died, Troy Davis encouraged others to stop the death penalty.

We might have put an innocent man to death.  If seven witnesses recanted their stories, why couldn’t he have been given another trial?  Maybe years from now, we’ll find out he was innocent.  That surely will not help his family, or anyone else.

From the time we’re kids, we’re told killing someone is wrong.  And most of us don’t kill anyone ever.  But there are others who were not taught  the same lesson. Maybe they grew up in neighborhoods where life wasn’t considered sacred.

But no matter what someone does, the death penalty doesn’t solve any problems.  People are still out there killing and not thinking twice about it.  The death penalty has not deterred them.

The only reason to kill someone is in self-defense, or to save  someone else’s life.  I don’t think anyone has the right to kill for any other reason, and especially not the state.

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