at 14:18 on July 11th, 2009
COME OUT, come out wherever you are . . . My articles hide often. The article that should be above was instead hidden from public view behind in the edit field. "They" don't want you to know what I write about. IS AMERICA CHINA? I know the country ows China money. I read about that. But what else do we owe? Has America been sold? The reason I ask is because in China, prisoners go missing and there is no accountability. My brother went "missing," but was actually secretly arrested and his body returned to his family without explanation. Because I ask about him and protest injustice for others, I was followed and waylied by four vehicles of men with bluetooths in their ears and some busy talking on cellphones for A WHOLE HOUR while I desperately called 911 where I was holed up at a neighborhood Chevron station. But no police came, and the men were not concerned about my calls to police. They stayed inside and outside of the store - buying nothing - for a terrifying hour until my family rescued me. THEY HAVE MUCH TO HIDE. Here is the article they are hiding today: KATHRYN JOHNSTON MURDER: Atlanta PD Refuses to Release Records http://www.care2.com/c2c/share/detail/1187804Let me know if you have trouble with the link. Sometimes the cyberstalkers double-team on me. For instance, the one assigned to Care2 deletes some of my news articles there. I come to NP where the article was published and look for the "Front Page" notification from Care2 that proves it was posted there, and find that comment announcing that the article made front page is missing from the article at NP. Good thing God invented printers, right? Handy that sometimes 50 to 150 people note and comment on the articles, and they are not senile. Therefore I have printouts and witness testimony. But who do you present testimony to - courts? Police? The USDOJ? What if they are a part of the injustice? Let me share a secret with you: They don't really care about us - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gCqQ2JcQWGs
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