Wednesday, September 10, 2014

"The Cochran Firm Fraud" Excerpt

"The Cochran Firm Fraud" excerpt:
"I was so GLAD to see police officers standing on my porch that Saturday! I had never met anything but NICE police officers until then. There was a black woman, a black man, and a white man in plain clothes (I figured he was a detective). But they didn't come for the purpose I thought.

I had spent the day before passing out 100 flyers about "The Cochran Firm Fraud" to businesses in downtown Decatur, Georgia and trying to make an appointment to see Burrell Ellis, the former CEO of DeKalb County. I thought these police officers had come to take my statement about ignored police reports and to address my censorship and the young man who admitted to stalking me 'because it paid well." WRONG!

"The female officer spoke. She told me I'd better not EVER go back to the DeKalb County Government Building again. I asked her to repeat that, and she did. I then said, 'Let me get this straight -- I live in DeKalb County. I pay taxes here. Property taxes are paid on my home -- but I cannot ever step foot in the Government Building?"

She went to the car and made a call. Then she returned with new instructions. She said, "You can go to the DeKalb County Government Building, but you'd better NOT EVER tell anyone in authority that police ignore your police reports."

Again I repeated her instructions, and this time she stuck to them. I asked the white man, "Who are you?" He said he was a mental health professional and gave me a card. I then recognized the plan. They hoped I would lose my temper about this clear violation of my rights. Then they would Taser and arrest me, just like Atlanta police officers threatened when I told people in Atlanta about my disabled brother's lynching in Memphis Shelby County Jail and The Cochran Firm fraud.

I said, "Alright, officers." I knew that one day, millions of people throughout the world might read about what they did that Saturday morning.

See also, "Exposed: Letter to Mary Neal's Terrorists"

Blessed are they which are persecuted for righteousness' sake: for theirs is the kingdom of heaven. ~Holy Bible


  1. Actually, I recognized the mental health worker. He had been in DeKalb County Library downtown on Sycamore Street nearly every time I went there. I didn't know at the time what his profession was, of course. But when he showed up on my porch with the police officers, I figured he was a plains clothes detective who had been "watching over" me for the longest time! That is how naive I was back then.

  2. I used to use library computers whenever "they" destroyed my home computers, which happened regularly. After my unemployment stopped, I could no longer afford to replace or repair them immediately. "They" slowed down destroying my computers only after they realized that I would picket and pass out flyers nearly every time I had to leave home to use computers. They just got more adept at their covert censorship after that, and God told me to start filming my attacks.

    I picketed at CNN, I walked down Peachtree Street with my sign from the area near Colony Square Hotel to the Fox Theatre, holding my sign high! I would go to the Olympic Park and pass out flyers warning people about The Cochran Firm fraud. I would go downtown Decatur on Sundays earlier than the library opened and give flyers to white people exiting churches. I picketed at the Georgia Superior Court building where Judge Wendy Shoob works. I finally decided that the best thing to do would be to go picket on the streets where officials lived who refused to help me. That was my "stalk 'em back" idea.

    Mary Neal's Stalk 'em Back Schedule

  3. I couldn't really write about what they did to me for the longest time without rambling and babbling. It was so terrifying. It still is, but now I have more faith in God, and I know what Jesus said.

    The Lord said "Do not be afraid, but speak, and do not keep silent. For I am with you and no one will attack you to hurt you; for I have many people in this city." (Acts 18:9-10)

    Thank you, readers, for being my "people in this city." Blessings!

  4. I am disappointed not to be able to publish ALL of the story. My book is much too long for what I can afford to self-publish. Trying to decide which parts of "The Cochran Firm Fraud" to cut is hard, and that is taking me a long time. I will need to make a Book One and Book Two to even tell half of what I have endured these eleven years since "they" secretly arrested and murdered Larry. But I will hurry. People deserve to know about this. Please be sure to buy Book One so that I can use the proceeds to publish Book Two before too long. I know God said "be anxious for nothing," but it is time to get Book One published.

  5. I trust God that people who are not Christians won't be too offended about frequent references to my Father. I can't help it, and I don't really try. I prayed my way through thus far. "I've come this far by faith; He never failed me yet." Amen.


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