Petitioners agree to share the good news with others. Assistance to the Incarcerated Mentally Ill ("AIMI") plans a lawsuit in International Court against the USA to compensate mentally ill persons and families of people with serious mental illness whose civil and human rights have been or are presently being violated under the color of law.
Everyone whose present or past circumstances involve denial of timely, appropriate psychiatric treatment has a case against the USA. Every person with psychiatric conditions that led to violence and torture and deaths under the color of law or as a long-term homeless person may also have a case. The families that underwent or still experience legal abuse syndrome while trying to extract their sick relatives from the prison industrial complex have cases. Especially if you have not received a settlement already, AIMI is arranging to take your cases before the United Nations to International Court for payment from the USA for crimes against humanity. People who suffered burglaries, assaults, or wrongful deaths because of their neighbors' untreated drug/alcohol dependencies or untreated mental illness also deserve payment.
None of the circumstances named above should have happened, and you are and were due protection under one or all of the following laws. Blaring failures exist regarding the U.S. Constitution, the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, the Americans with Disabilities Act, the Civil Rights of Institutionalized Persons Act (CRIPA), the Civil Rights Act, the Convention Against Torture, and Executive Order 13107, implementing human rights treaties.
Mentally ill people and/or their relatives are being told to "get over it" and to "pull themselves up by their own bootstraps." Many of them deserve money to buy boots. Let AIMI help you get it. We are suing the USA for a subsantial amount of money to convey the following message: Don't execute the mentally ill. Stop using mentally ill people as prison commodities. Do not torture mentally challenged people with solitary confinement. Stop police violence against this vulnerable population. Prosecute murderous police officers and prison guards, especially when their crimes are proved with videotapes and medical examiners' reports. Honor the U.S. Constitution and Universal Declaration of Human Rights.
Visit "Assistance to the Incarcerated Mentally Ill" online at "AIMI vs. USA," or contact its director, Mary Neal, between noon and 2:00pm EDT daily, Monday through Friday, at (678)531.0262 or (571)335-1741. If you receive no response within two days, please call again. We have opposition. Email MaryLovesJustice@gmail.com, and title your email "AIMI vs. USA." You are also invited to visit our blog, "Dog Justice for Mentally Ill" online and comment at articles there in order to receive more information about "AIMI vs. USA." You can also conduct a search for "AIMI vs. USA" online. Assistance to the Incarcerated Mentally Ill (AIMI) is on Blogtalkradio every Wednesday night at 9pmPST. Call (818)572-2947 to listen or speak on air. Archived tapes are available. AIMI holds monthly conferences for claimants and persons who are interested in more information. We meet on the first Saturday and Sunday morning of each month at 9:00 a.m. PDT, except April, when we will meet April 11 and 12. You can connect with the conferences at FreeConferenceCall dial-in number (605)562-0020, Meeting I.D. Code: 992-212-650. If that fails, the backup number is (805)360-1075.
Please do not request assistance in comments to this petition. If access to the petition becomes problematic, AIMI's director may not see your requests. All other comments are encouraged.
Many thousands of mentally challenged people in the United States are chronically homeless. Thousands more are killed during lunacy arrests and as inmates annually, and 1.25 million of our most vulnerable fellow citizens are cruelly warehoused in prisons and jails, where there is virtually no accountability for torture and deaths. The mentally ill comprise over 60 percent of the inmates experiencing solitary confinement torture, which causes their conditions to worsen. Families and friends who seek psychiatric care are usually denied unless and until mentally challenged people PROVE (usually through violence) to be a danger to self and others.
Denial of treatment while awaiting crimes in order to earn prison profits from vulnerable people's arrests creates unnecessary risks for people with serious mental illness as well as to their families and communities. Innocent people's safety is risked by withholding psychiatric treatment until another avoidable tragedy happens. This is unacceptable in the United States, a country that enforces human rights throughout the world.
"AIMI vs. USA" will only sue for monetary damages for claimants, not for release of prisoners or policy changes. AIMI believes that if enough money is paid by the United States to persons whose human rights are or were violated, policy changes will be a natural consequence of the international exposure and financial loss resulting from this lawsuit. Claimants are encouraged to continue using regular legal channels to seek prisoners' releases and improve humane conditions during incarcerations. AIMI will sue for monetary compensation to claimants for pain and suffering. Generally, persons who have already settled monetary claims for personal injuries and deaths will be ineligible as claimants for "AIMI vs. USA," but feel free to apply. AIMI's International Human Rights Attorney will begin reviewing up to 100 cases by the first of August 2015, and "AIMI vs. USA" is expected to be filed within 2015.
Access more info at http://AIMI-humanrights.blogspot.com
We the Petitioners hereby agree to share the "AIMI vs. USA" petition with friends and family members as well as civic, social, and online groups in order to notify people that help for America's abused and neglected mentally ill people and persons with drug/alcohol dependencies is available and being sought under International Law.
We the Petitioners request that Americans and immigrants use every opportunity to share news about "AIMI vs. USA" with their connections.
We the Petitioners agree to begin sharing this petition today by using the options available at Care2 to share by Facebook, Twitter, and other social media.
Hello, AIMI members and friends:
Thank you for helping to improve conditions for America's mentally ill and drug/alcohol dependent people. Please share this "AIMI vs. USA" petition widely. We hate seeing people killed like Kelly Thomas was on this video https://youtu.be/yn8CE5ISUSw and we feel they should be protected by the United Nations from human rights abuses. Americans' tax money is paying for brutality and murders, like Darren Rainey, who was scalded to death by guards in Dade County Correctional Facility https://youtu.be/b2F4NwNoRoQ
Since the USA will not regulate its police and corrections officers, we must rely on the United Nations. Please let impacted people know about this opportunity to win damages through "AIMI vs. USA". AIMI believes that America will be more inclined to protect the human and civil rights of mentally challenged people once the neglect to do so is reported to the world and the USA pays damages to our claimants. This lawsuit is our best opportunity to enforce change in how mentally challenged people are treated in America.
Every taxpayer should be concerned about America's prison budget, which is over ONE HUNDRED BILLION DOLLARS ($100,000,000,000.00) per year, a large part of which goes to punishing people for mental illness and drug/alcohol dependencies. We must treat and not punish persons with health disabilities.
Mary Neal, director
(678)531.0262 or (571)335-1741
Assistance to the Incarcerated Mentally Ill
Dog Justice for Mentally Ill