United States Identity Fraud Expert Issues Specific Warning and Advice to Visitors to the Sunshine State

America's child protector and SubscriberWise CEO David E. Howe at the Office of United States Senator Marco Rubio, Washington, D.C.

America’s child protector and SubscriberWise CEO David E. Howe at the Office of United States Senator Marco Rubio, Washington, D.C.

David Howe at the Office of the Attorney General in Tampa, Florida

David Howe at the Office of the Attorney General in Tampa, Florida

Enterprise Holdings fraud victim reminds all citizens to exercise diligence before driving away in a rented vehicle as ‘season’ ramps up in the state of Florida

Know that the legislative goals that I shared with Senator Marco Rubio’s office remain a priority for me”

— Credit Czar and child identity guardian David Howe

MIAMI, FL, USA, November 11, 2017 /EINPresswire.com/ — SubscriberWise (www.subscriberwise.com), the nation’s largest issuing CRA for the communications industry and the leading protector of children victimized by identity fraud, announced today a plea from company founder and USA Credit Czar David Howe to all humanity traveling to the state of Florida. The plea involves a warning to thoroughly inspect and document every instance – no matter how minor or insignificant – of pre-existing damage to an automobile rental before operating the vehicle and leaving the rental property.

The plea is also indicated for our sisters and brothers from around the world who may be especially vulnerable to the ‘ding and dent’ scam that is perpetrated with ease and frequency in the United States of America because of the lack of predictable and uniform industry standards.

The credit magnate and national child guardian is making this plea one year after suffering his own criminal victimization at the Southwest Florida International Airport in Fort Myers, Florida. The advice and warning is issued at the same time many seasonal residents and visitors travel to the subtropical paradise. The information, however, is not intended or indicated only for residents and visitors to the Sunshine State; this advice should be a standard protocol for every individual everywhere who rents a vehicle.

Read the full article on LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/united-states-identity-fraud-expert-issues-specific-warning-howe/

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SubscriberWise contributions to the communications industry are quantified in the billions of dollars annually.

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THE LAST REVOLUTIONARY To Open the 25th Annual African Diaspora International Film Festival- Adiff (Nov. 24 To Dec. 10)

THE LAST REVOLUTIONARY – Opening Night Film ADIFF 2017

THE LAST REVOLUTIONARY Director Michael Brewer

ADIFF 2017

ADIFF celebrates its 25th anniversary with a total of 64 films from 31 countries – including 31 World, US & NY Premieres – in three Manhattan venues.

Who do we want in the seats? Anyone who is progressive and sees the need for change. Our film touches on many issues that are happening in the country (and asks): How have things really changed?”

— THE LAST REVOLUTIONARY director Michael Brewer

NEW YORK, NEW YORK, UNITED STATES, November 10, 2017 /EINPresswire.com/ — The African Diaspora International Film Festival (ADIFF) celebrates its 25th anniversary with a total of 64 films from 31 countries including 31 World, US and NY Premieres. Screenings will be held in three venues in Manhattan: Teachers College, Columbia University, Cinema Village and MIST Harlem.

THE LAST REVOLUTIONARY by Michael Brewer (USA, 2017, 75min) has been selected to Open ADIFF 2017. The film depicts two black men who came together as revolutionaries in the 1970s but whose lives took very different paths. They meet again in a Los Angeles throwback hideout during Obama’s presidency and debate and argue around how to best stop the ongoing attacks from the far right and racist groups around the country.

Reviewer Carine Fabius of the Huffington Post writes: “THE LAST REVOLUTIONARY is a powerful film, whose lasting effect sneaks up on you like a hand grenade loaded with vision. It starts out light and humorous .. and ends with a sucker punch to the stomach.”

THE LAST REVOLUTIONARY is one of several films in the festival that deal with issues of social justice, activism and police brutality, issues that have been for a long time and continue to be of great concern to communities of colors worldwide.

Going back into history are films like "Malcolm X : An Overwhelming Influence On The Black Power Movement"! – to have its world premiere in ADIFF 2017; "Winnie," the award-winning Sundance documentary about Winnie Mandela; "Mama Africa: Miriam Makeba" about the South African singer and activist Miriam Makeba, and "Barrow: Freedom Fighter" – about the man who led the struggle for Barbados independence after 300 years of British colonialism.

Addressing contemporary concerns are "Black Cop," a searing political satire about a black cop who seeks revenge after being egregiously profiled and assaulted by his colleagues, "Silas" about a committed environmental activist from Liberia fighting against land grabbing and environmental destruction in his country. "The Valley of the Black Descendants" is a documentary about Chileans of African descent fighting to get official recognition from a State that has concealed their culture and African identity for more than 200 years.

“Who do we want in the seats” THE LAST REVOLUTIONARY director Brewer says “Anyone who is progressive and sees the need for change. THE LAST REVOLUTIONARY touches on many issues that are happening in the country (and asks): How have things really changed?”

“After 25 years of existence, the African Diaspora International Film Festival brings powerful films to New York that touch on many issues that are still very relevant today” says Dr. Reinaldo B. Spech, Co-Director and Chief Curator of ADIFF. “THE LAST REVOLUTIONARY was the perfect film to open our 25th edition. It takes us full circle.”

For more information about the 25th Annual African Diaspora International Film Festival, to receive the complete line up, screeners and high resolution images please contact Diarah N’Daw-Spech at (212) 864-1760/ fax (212) 316-6020 or e-mail pr@nyadiff.org. Festival web site: www.nyadiff.org.

The African Diaspora International Film Festival is a 501(c)(3) not for profit organization.

The 25th Annual New York African Diaspora International Film Festival is made possible thanks to the support of the following institutions and individuals: ArtMattan Productions; the Office of the Vice President for Diversity and Community Affairs, Teachers College, Columbia University; The Harlem Community Development Corporation, the New York City Council in the Arts; L’ International Organization Of La Francophonie New York, New York City Council Member Bill Perkins; The Guadeloupe Islands Tourist Board, TV5 Monde, The Urban Movie Chanel (UMC), The South African Tourist Office, Ethiopian Airlines, The Délégation générale du Québec à New York, Columbia University Institute for Research inAfrican-American Studies, Consulate General of Barbados at New York and WBAI. ADIFF is a proud member of the Harlem Arts Alliance.

ABOUT THE AFRICAN DIASPORA INTERNATIONAL FILM FESTIVAL
Described by film critic Armond White as “a festival that symbolizes diaspora as more than just anthropology,” ADIFF has managed to increase the presence of independent Afrocentric films from all over the world in the general American specialty movie scene by launching films such as The Tracker by Rolf de Heer (Australia), Kirikou and the Sorceress by Michel Ocelot (France), Gospel Hill by Giancarlo Esposito (USA), Darrat/Dry Season by Mahamat-Saleh Haroun (Chad), The First Rasta by Helene Lee (France/Jamaica), The Story of Lovers Rock by Menelik Shabazz (UK) Scheherazade, Tell Me a Story by Yousry Nasrallah (Egypt), and The Pirogue by Moussa Touré among others.

Attracting a wide cross-section of cinephiles and audiences of African-American, Caribbean, African, Latino and European ethnic backgrounds who share a common interest for thought provoking, well crafted, intelligent and entertaining stories about the human experience of people of color, ADIFF is now a national and international event with festivals held in New York City, Chicago, Washington DC, and Paris, France.

ADIFF 2017 FACT SHEET

WHAT: 25th Annual African Diaspora International Film Festival
WHEN: November 24 to December 10, 2017
WHERE:
* MILBANK CHAPEL, TEACHERS COLLEGE, CU – 525 W 120th St.- 125 Zankel & 177GD/179GD
* COWIN CENTER, TEACHERS COLLEGE, CU – Entrance between 120th and 121th St. On Broadway
* CINEMA VILLAGE – 22 E 12th St (between 5th Ave. and University Place)
* MIST HARLEM – at 46 W 116th St (at Malcolm X Blvd)

TICKETS: From $11 to $50 depending on screening/event.
6 SPECIAL EVENTS:
Opening, 3 Gala Screenings, 1 Centerpiece, Closing
9 PROGRAMS:
Celebrating the Art of Ben Jones, A Conversation with Raja Amari, Caribbean Program, Celebrating the African Roots of Flamenco, Spotlight on South African Cinema; ADIFF Cinematheque; Afro-Latino Program; Public Award for the Best Film Directed by a Woman of Color; ADIFF School Program.
64 FILMS IN 31 COUNTRIES:
Barbados, Belgium, Brazil, Canada, Chile, Colombia, Cuba, Curacao, Democratic Republic of Congo, Egypt, Ethiopia, France, Guadeloupe, India, Haiti, Hungary, Jamaica, Kenya, Liberia, Luxembourg, The Netherland, Peru, Portugal, Puerto Rico, Senegal, South Africa, Spain, Trinidad and Tobago, Tunisia, Uruguay, USA.
31 PREMIERES
5 world premiere, 7 US premieres and
47 SPECIAL GUESTS
17 DAYS
http://www.NYADIFF.org

Diarah N'Daw-Spech
African Diaspora International Film Festival
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THE LAST REVOLUTIONARY Trailer


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Top Employers Back Initiative On Domestic Abuse

First UK conference to tackle the issue

One in four women, and one in six men, will experience domestic abuse in their lifetime – ranging from coercive control to murder”

— Elizabeth Filkin CBE

LONDON, GREATER LONDON, UNITED KINGDOM, November 10, 2017 /EINPresswire.com/ — Employers including the Armed Forces, Vodafone UK and the police will discuss how they have helped staff who have experienced domestic abuse in the first UK conference to tackle the issue.

Speakers at the conference on 29 November in central London will include Lieutenant General Richard Nugee, Chief of Defence People (CDP); Dame Vera Baird, Northumbria Police and Crime Commissioner; and Helen Lamprell, External Affairs Director and General Counsel, Vodafone UK.

At the conference, organised by the Employers’ Initiative on Domestic Abuse, conference attendees will also hear from Ipsos MORI, which will reveal new research on domestic abuse showing the scale of the issue.

Leading employers will discuss practical steps they are taking and two people who have experienced domestic abuse and benefited from support offered through the workplace will share their stories.

Other speakers will include scriptwriters and actors, including Oliver Kent, Head of Continuing Drama Series, BBC Studios, who will discuss the dramatisation of domestic abuse; and David Ames, best known as Dominic Copeland in the medical drama Holby City.

Launched in November 2016, The Employers’ Initiative on Domestic Abuse has already attracted more than 170 members, including Bank of America, Chelsea FC, CBI, EY, GWR, Handpicked Hotels, HM Army, House of Commons, IoD, Lloyd’s Bank, Lloyds of London, Royal Air Force and Royal Navy. A full list of members can be found here.

Member organisations come together to exchange information about best practice, and to encourage, promote and develop action to help staff who are enduring domestic abuse, or who are perpetrators. Network meetings are once a quarter at a central London venue on topics suggested by member employers.

EIDA is led by Elizabeth Filkin CBE, and builds on her work as the chairwoman of the steering committee for the Vodafone Foundation’s TecSOS project, which has helped support more than 13,000 people affected by domestic violence in the UK. The House of Commons was one of the first employers to join EIDA.

“One in four women, and one in six men, will experience domestic abuse in their lifetime – ranging from coercive control to murder,” says Filkin. “Any employer will have some people who have faced or are facing domestic abuse, either as victims, witnesses or perpetrators. Many employers find that domestic abuse reduces performance at work, increases absenteeism and may lead to mental illness.

“When employers demonstrate that they are aware of domestic abuse, and make staff aware of the services that are available, this can help to reduce the wall of silence about domestic abuse that prevents many from seeking help.
“Many employers’ leaders are already taking action in their organisations, for example: developing policies on domestic abuse; raising awareness among employees; training senior staff, managers and ambassadors on how to identify those who may need help; sharing best practice with other employers; and offering direct help to staff or signposting them to where it can be found.”

Employers with any questions about the initiative, or who would like to join, should fill in the form at https://eida.org.uk/contact/.

Note to editors
There are a limited number of places for journalists at the conference, which will take place from 10.30am-3.30pm, 29 November, in central London. If you wish to attend please email Nigel Pritchard (details below) using the subject line line “EIDA conference 29 November”.

Nigel Pritchard
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Elizabeth Filkin CBE, chair of the Employers’ Initiative on Domestic Abuse, explains the background of the initiative and how to join in.


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MISKITU COAST UNDER SEIGE: Violence erupts after elections.

The Nicaragua police and military special forces,it appears that the army has both ignited the violence as a pretext for placing the entire Miskitu territories under their military control.

Civilians were attacked.Two elders and two Girls were killed in the attack.

The Yapti Tasbia radio station was reporting when suddenly the military arrives and burnt the radio station to the ground.

Heather Nauert Department Spokesperson said: "The U S is concerned by persistent flaws in the Nicaraguan democratic process…

The peoples concerned shall be safeguarded against the abuse of their rights and shall be able to take legal proceedings, either individually or through their representative bodies…”

— ILO, Tribal peoples, Convention 1989 (No.169)

SAN FRANCISCO,, CALIFORNIA, UNITED STATES, November 9, 2017 /EINPresswire.com/ — San Francisco, November 9th, 2017 – On the morning of the 6th after the November 5th election in the Autonomous Miskitu Atlantic Coast RAAN, horrific reports of murder, Miskitu villages being burned, and statutes of historical Miskitu warriors being pulled down and desecrated by Sandinistas supporters and Colonos came out of the Miskitu Coast in Central America and filed with their Miskitu Government in Exile.
In a Press Statement Heather Nauert Washington, DC November 8, 2017, stated:
"The United States is concerned by persistent flaws in the Nicaraguan democratic process, as illustrated by the November 5 municipal elections. Although voting itself was calm, we condemn the post-electoral violence, lament the loss of life, and call for an investigation that brings those responsible to justice. We are seriously troubled by credible reports of irregularities throughout this electoral process…"

In an interview with Ercell Fleurima, a traditional authority and representative of the Miskitu Government in Exile and in the homeland, she provided many photographic evidence and firsthand accounts submitted to her from the Miskitu people living in Bilwi, Miskitu territory. Emails from Bilwi read, “ I was with a group of Miskitu people that were peacefully demonstrating around 9 a.m. by marching together were met my Nicaraguan police and military who had positioned themselves on the main street. The people’s sole objective was to peacefully let the government know, we are claiming our rights after participating in an election to elect our own indigenous municipal authorities. The Nicaraguan state immediately refused to recognize the Miskitu’s people’s victorious results.”

The “riot” police along with the army of Nicaragua were well aware and prepared for the “protest” by directly intervening after President Ortega’s government vacated the election results. The police immediately began to assault the people by firing bullets into the peaceful marchers, throwing tear gas bombs directly into the people, arresting the young as well as the old where there are additional reports of the jailed being subject to torture.

The Nicaraguan police and military Special Forces, in the aftermath of the confrontation with the peaceful protesters, then began partaking in, destroying homes, communal village buildings, and the statue of the ancient Miskitu warriors. At this point in time, it appears that the army has both ignited the violence as a pretext for placing the entire Miskitu territories under their military control.
Two Miskitu elders and two young girls were burned to death in their houses. The Yapti Tasbia radio station was reporting that the Nicaraguan special forces and police were continuing their attack on the civilians in the Bilwi streets when suddenly the military arrives and burnt the radio station to the ground.

The police then rounded up and imprisonment many of the indigenous leaders. The names of the detained leaders are Sergio Chow Zuniga and Armstrong Garcia a young leader and Jose Lavonte another young Indian leader. Presently, the local people are attempting to secure the names of all the people detained to assure accountability and safety.

In the interview with Ms. Fleurima of www.Miskitunation.org, she stated:
“Ortega regime are criminals and should be punished and removed from power no matter how much money they have illegally obtained. Immunity should not be afforded to this human being who is not providing safety, economic stability or education opportunities for the people he claims to lead and committing genocide on Miskitu Nation who are not even on Nicaraguan land.
True leaders know the importance of their post. They do not destroy people's properties or physically injure them. They do not kill someone because they have an opposing opinion or take what does not belong to them. A true leader does not allow his people to suffer, be uneducated and to starve. How you lead is a reflection of who you are. If a current leader is not allowing for all people's rights and advancement that is poor!
Those who look the other way when they have in their hands the power to change things are those who deal, conspire with and protect those who serve their evil purposes.
Any human being on the earth through degradation, marginalization and oppression can become ignorant. We, the Miskitu Nation, believe we can have harmony between technology, humanity, industry, business, privacy, ecology, education, development, sciences, global wealth through understanding and intelligent enforcement and obedience of inalienable rights for all. No one race or gender is superior just for the simple act of being born. Supremacy comes from skill, talent, education, product, character, and integrity that assure accountability and safety.”

We would like to bring to your attention, the United Nations Resolution 650 along with the ILO, Tribal peoples, Convention 1989 (No.169) to make the position of the Miskitu Nation quite clear:
Regions and countries covered: Nicaragua
Article 3
2. No form of force or coercion shall be used in violation of the human rights and fundamental freedoms of the peoples concerned, including the rights contained in this Convention…

We call on the people of the world to put an end to the suffering of the Miskitu people. We call for a change in the way we are lead.

The Miskitu Government in Exile will provide a press release update as soon as more information becomes known.
For those interested in assisting the Miskitu peoples by making financial donations or legal assistance towards their cause please contact the Miskitu government in exile.

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If you would like more information about this topic, please contact Ercell Fleurima at ercell@miskitunation.org or 510-410-1144 or email Rev. Josephenie at miskitu.nation@gmail.com or Gary Mitchell email at excallibburr@yahoo.com or 1-530-313-3118.

Grin Olsson & Ercell hendy Fleurima
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Tasbia radio station reporting the Nicaraguan special forces and police were attacking civilians, suddenly the military burnt the radio station to the ground.


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Sri Lanka Monitoring Accountability Panel: Publication of Thematic Report: An Alternative Roadmap to Victims’ Justice

GENEVA, SWITZERLAND, November 9, 2017 /EINPresswire.com/ —

Sri Lanka Monitoring Accountability Panel(‘MAP’)

PRESS RELEASE: 9 November 2017

PUBLICATION OF THEMATIC REPORT: An Alternative Roadmap to Victims’ Justice

Today the Sri Lanka Monitoring Accountability Panel (‘MAP’) issues its Thematic Report: An Alternative Roadmap to Victims’ Justice.

Link to the Report: http://war-victims-map.org/wp-content/uploads/2017/11/MAP-Thematic-Report-9-Nov-2017.pdf

The MAPs international legal experts provide an assessment of the transitional justice efforts by the Sri Lankan Government. The Thematic Report laments the failure of the Sri Lankan Government to make any credible progress in fulfilling its commitments under the October 2015 Resolution on ‘Promoting reconciliation, accountability and human rights in Sri Lanka,’ despite the two year extension granted by the UN Human Rights Council.

Since the Sri Lanka Government has demonstrated a clear intention not to satisfy its legal obligations to victims of mass atrocities within its national courts, the report highlights the need to pursue alternative avenues of justice. As stated in the Report:

“It is now clear to all honest observes that (1) the international crimes committed in Sri Lanka were some of the most heinous anywhere in the world during this century and (2) there is no realistic prospect of those persons most responsible for the crimes being prosecuted in Sri Lanka’s national courts.”

Specifically, the Report encourages the use of ‘universal jurisdiction’, namely, the prosecution of Sri Lankan torturers and war criminals in third countries, such as Europe and America. In addition, the Report urges the UN Security Council to consider referring Sri Lanka to the International Criminal Court in The Hague, and national authorities in Western states to impose targeted sanctions on individual Sri Lankan human rights abusers.

Link to the Report: http://war-victims-map.org/wp-content/uploads/2017/11/MAP-Thematic-Report-9-Nov-2017.pdf

Sri Lanka Monitoring Accountability Panel(‘MAP’)

The MAP provides independent monitoring, advice, and recommendations, focusing on the effectiveness of accountability measures from a victims’ perspective. The views and recommendations of the Panel enable victims and other stakeholders to participate more effectively in the transitional justice processes. For more information, please visit: http://war-victims-map.org/

For media enquiries please contact:

Richard J Rogers – richardrogers@globaldiligence.com

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Renown Artist To Make History at Arlington National Cemetery for Veterans Day Ceremony

Scott LoBaido First Artist Ever To Paint at Arlington

STATEN ISLAND, NY, UNITED STATES, November 9, 2017 /EINPresswire.com/ — The Spirit of Liberty Foundation is exited to announce our partnership with patriotic American artist Scott LoBaido for the Spirit of Liberty Collection tour. Moving forward, Mr. LoBaido will create a series of artworks of America’s Monuments and Memorials that honor our Armed Forces and pay tribute to all five branches of the American military.

The first painting by Mr. LoBaido—one of the most regraded patriotic painters today, will be a dramatic 4X6 canvas painting that he will complete at Arlington National Cemetery during National Veterans Day ceremony, November 11, 2017, as part of the Spirit of Liberty Collection. This is very historic as Mr. LoBaido is the first artist to paint at Arlington National Cemetery!

Mr. LoBaido’s goal is to invent new ways to portray Old Glory and to promote the greatness of America. His previous works include the World’s largest 3D painting of the American flag in Houston, Texas that measured at 150,000 square feet and required 900 gallons of paint.

Mr. LoBaido has been featured on numerous media outlets including CNN’s Anderson Cooper, FOX News, NBC Nightly News, and ABC World News Tonight.

The Spirit of Liberty Collection will tour America to share the pride and commitment Americans have to our Nation’s Heroes and Armed Forces. Too see Mr. LoBaido’s work please visit this site: http://scottlobaido.com

For Additional Information Please Contact: Mark Mckerrick at 858.759.2000 or thespiritoflibertyfoundation@gmail.com or Scott LoBaido at scott@scottlobaido.com or 917-325-9481

About us: The Spirit of Liberty Foundation is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization that works to support and honor our American Heroes and their families through of variety of programs and events each year. As such,
our contributions are critical in our in our mission to honor the men and women who fight and sacrifice their lives for the liberties we continue to experience on a daily basis.

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NY Gov. Andrew Cuomo Ensures Most Sex Crimes against the Disabled Disappear

Jonathan Carey “Champion for the Disabled” Born September 12,1993 Killed by caregivers on February 15,2007

There is rampant sexual abuse, rape, obstruction of justice and criminal cover-ups within Gov. Cuomo’s extremely dangerous mental health care system

The Jonathan Carey Foundation laid out the case or indictment if you will of how most sex crimes disappear within Cuomo’s agencies. Gov. Cuomo is responsible, he is the boss- he is the kingpin.”

— Michael Carey

ALBANY, NEW YORK, UNITED STATES, November 9, 2017 /EINPresswire.com/ — As sexual harassment and sexual abuse dominate the national news Gov. Andrew Cuomo is nowhere to be found. Overwhelming silence from a man that claims to champion human rights and equal rights is obviously suspicious as hell. There are distinct reasons for the governor’s silence on the Harvey Weinstein sex scandal; Mr. Weinstein was a large campaign contributor for many years to the governor dating back to when he was the Attorney General according to news reports. It is far more than the money though, the Governor is purposefully avoiding talking about sexual harassment and sexual abuse because it opens a Pandora’s Box for him.

The Jonathan Carey Foundation released publicly a timeline of what and when former Attorney General Cuomo and now Governor Cuomo have known and has been involved in regarding hiding and concealing most reported sexual assaults and rapes of people with disabilities from local police and county elected prosecutors http://www.einpresswire.com/article/414428414/cuomo-has-been-protecting-sexual-predators-for-over-a-decade?n=2 . The evidence is overwhelming. The sex crimes and cover-ups are astronomical in scope, but it is also important to bring to light the same is happening surrounding thousands of deaths within this same corrupt system. The Jonathan Carey Foundation laid out the case or indictment if you will of how most sex crimes disappear within Cuomo’s agencies. Gov. Cuomo is responsible, he is the boss- he is the kingpin.

Of course there are many other top State officials involved as well to pull off this large of a criminal enterprise and scheme as the State actually calls it in their own words, “a coherent oversight scheme.” Another State term that they use is “a carefully cultivated understanding.” These terms remind me of what Cuomo’s right hand man who has been indicted by the feds and who will soon be going to trial, Joseph Percoco was quoted as reported by the Post, “OK. will deal with it after I get my ziti!”” http://nypost.com/2016/09/22/ex-cuomo-aides-expected-to-be-slapped-with-federal-charges/ Another famous quote that also comes to mind is from the movie the Godfather, where the Godfather says, “I’m gonna make him an offer he can’t refuse.”

The “coherent oversight scheme” as documented in an official State Affidavit signed by Jane Lynch, the former head of the fraudulent Commission on Quality of Care (CQC) that Cuomo renamed to be called Justice Center reveals the criminal conspiracy. This corrupt agency was renamed and relocated by Governor Cuomo to deceive the disabled, their families and the media after the extremely damning New York Times “Abused and Used” investigative reporting series on this horrific matter http://www.nytimes.com/interactive/nyregion/abused-and-used-series-page.html . The criminal conspiracy surrounds the governor’s bogus Justice Center hiding and concealing documents and evidence of sex crimes and many other types of crimes, including homicides, from local police so that criminal investigations in most cases will never happen. No 911 call, no tape of the reported crime, no police report, no independent medical report , no criminal investigation, then it didn’t happen is how New York State is operating under Governor Andrew Cuomo. You get the picture.

Google Governor Cuomo’s supposed “Justice Center”; it has been exposed in a huge way by the Jonathan Carey Foundation, as well as by the AP News and BuzzFeed News. Here are the numbers regarding reported sexual assaults and rapes of the developmentally disabled alone (1 of 6 State mental health agencies) in New York State, approximately 325 reported cases of sexual assault every three months or 1,300 a year. It is critical that you understand that according to a very reputable study up on the State of Massachusetts website called “Prevalence of Violence” you will see that only 3% of sexual abuse of the developmentally disabled will ever be reported http://www.mass.gov/dppc/abuse-recognize/prevalence-of-violence.html . Do the math – multiply 1,300 times 33 to get the approximate real numbers which statistically would be 42,900 in a system of 126,000 developmentally disabled children and adults. Another way to look at these horror and astronomical atrocities is that approximately one third of the people with developmental disabilities will be sexually assaulted once every year.

Governor Cuomo knows about these atrocities, he has protected most of the criminals involved and he has taken no significant actions to stop or prevent any of these sex crimes or criminal cover-ups. Governor Cuomo must be investigated and criminally charged as soon as possible.

No longer can 911 and local police be bypassed. 911 call systems must be immediately called by all mandated reporters regarding all sexual abuse and obviously all other crimes and medical emergencies. Donate to support this vital Civil Rights Movement for the disabled and their families, but also for our country and the world, the maltreatment and unequal treatment of the disabled is an international societal problem that must be addressed now. People with disabilities are equal and just as valuable and precious as anyone else- period. http://jonathancareyfoundation.org/donate/

Michael Carey
The Jonathan Carey Foundation
(518) 852-9377
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The incredible life and tragic preventable death of Jonathan Carey, who was disabled, had autism, was non-verbal & only 13 when he was killed by his caregivers


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The Republican Party Has Hung Macedonia Out to Dry

Macedonian Human Rights Movement International logo

Macedonian Human Rights Movement International

Why has the GOP capitulated to a Democratic Party policy and allowed a US-led, anti-Macedonian coup to go unchallenged? Two options- incompetence or complicity.

Excuse my anger – or don't, quite frankly, I don't care – because my country's name and identity are being threatened in order to fulfill the US foreign policy of denying the existence of Macedonians.”

— Bill Nicholov, President, Macedonian Human Rights Movement International

TORONTO, CANADA, November 9, 2017 /EINPresswire.com/ — For some unknown reason, the Soros/Hillary/Obama policy in Macedonia is still in place (We'll call it “SHO” since Americans seem to like acronyms) and the Republican Party is doing nothing about it. Well, they started to – by launching a Congressional investigation into SHO meddling in Macedonia – but they seem to have gotten distracted by a squirrel or a Trump.

The assumption that a country like Macedonia would be ignored by US foreign policy is an argument made by the naive. American foreign policy is one of foreign interventionism, everywhere, and the examples abound going back seven decades – including a multitude in Macedonia the past several years. We are dealing with something different here and the crucial question is: Why has the GOP completely capitulated to a Democratic Party policy and allowed a SHO-instigated, left-wing coup to go unchallenged? There are only two options – incompetence or complicity.

I never would have imagined that complicity would be possible until Secretary of State Tillerson congratulated the new SHO-installed Macedonian “Prime Minister” on winning a non-existent mandate. His party actually lost the parliamentary election, but the US State Department ensured that a pro-SHO, left-wing coalition would govern Macedonia. Mr. Tillerson, correct me if I'm wrong in suggesting that you're complicit. Could it be incompetence instead? Better yet, simply direct the State Department to follow YOUR policy and end the unrelenting attacks on Macedonians' identity and independence.

Excuse my anger – or don't, quite frankly, I don't care – because my country's name, ethnic origin, language, identity and territorial integrity are being threatened in order to fulfill an American foreign policy objective of denying the existence of Macedonians all to appease our oppressors – Bulgaria, Albania and Greece. BAG, if you will. But let's not overdo the acronyms, it would just confuse POTUS – if he's paying attention.

Macedonia is our name. Macedonian is our ethnicity. They always have been. I explain the idiocy of the artificially-created, anti-Macedonian “name dispute”, which is at the heart of the crisis in Macedonia and the region, in this op-ed in The Hill. Defending the existence of my, or any, ethnic group should not be necessary.

Another op-ed of mine in The Hill calls on Donald Trump to reverse the damage done in Macedonia by the previous US administration. Well, unless white supremacists, the NFL, or Bob Corker are involved – Trump won't act. Mr. Corker, maybe I can teach you a few choice Macedonian words to tweet at Trump to get his attention. Tweet me.

Or how about the GOP actually steps in and finishes its Congressional investigation – a few months ago. Wait, you've already wasted enough time and we already know what the outcome would be. Mike Lee, Ted Cruz and the others who started the investigation, act NOW. Macedonia and Macedonians need you to literally save our country and ethnic group from extinction. All you have to do is announce that the United States defends Macedonia's most basic human right – our right to exist – and that the US demands an immediate end to the racist, anti-Macedonian name negotiations. One sentence will save a country. And it can be done in 140 characters or less.

Bill Nicholov, President
Macedonian Human Rights Movement International
416-850-7125
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Mental Health Watchdog Strengthens Campaign to Protect Children from Unjust Involuntary Psychiatric Examination

Normal Childhood Behavior is not a Mental Illness

CCHR is asking Florida legislators to amend the mental health law so that parents are contacted before an involuntary examination is initiated on a child.

Parents should be contacted before a child is Baker Acted and sent for an involuntary psychiatric examination. To do otherwise is a gross violation of human rights.”

— Diane Stein, President of CCHR Florida

CLEARWATER, FLORIDA, UNITED STATES, November 8, 2017 /EINPresswire.com/ — Encouraged by a change to the mental health law earlier this year that now requires a minor to be examined within 12 hours after arriving at a psychiatric facility during a Baker Act, the Citizens Commission on Human Rights (CCHR) of Florida has strengthened their campaign to restore parental rights and protect children from unnecessary involuntary examination.

The Florida chapter of CCHR, a non-profit mental health watchdog working to expose human rights violations in the field of mental health and dedicated to the protection of children, is asking state legislators to amend the current mental health law so that parents are contacted before an involuntary psychiatric examination is initiated on a child.

The mental health law in Florida, commonly referred to as the Baker Act, is named after Maxine Baker, the former State Representative from Miami who sponsored the Act, after serving as chairperson of the House Committee on Mental Health. While the original intent of this Act was to ensure patient rights and prevent abuse, the Annual Report of Baker Act Data, revealed in March of this year that 32,475 minors were sent for examination during fiscal year 2015 to 2016. Additionally in Florida, it is legal for a child to be Baker Acted without notifying a parent until after a child has already been taken into custody under the law.

Concerned over the surge in the number of children being Baker Acted annually, CCHR completed an analysis of the calls they have received from parents of children in Florida who had been sent for involuntary psychiatric examination over the past eighteen months. This analysis revealed that 70 percent of these children did not meet the criteria for an involuntary examination and yet they were still transported to a psychiatric facility, where up until the change in the law earlier this year, they could be held for up to 72 hours.

“It is our opinion that the parent or legal guardian should be contacted for the purpose of obtaining consent for a voluntary examination before Baker Acting a child,” stated Diane Stein, President of CCHR Florida.

This violation of human rights is happening to children as young as six years of age who are being Baker Acted without parental knowledge. A BuzzFeed investigative news report titled “HOW A 6-YEAR-OLD GOT LOCKED ON A PSYCH WARD” illustrates the abusive use of the Baker Act and the undermining of parental rights in Florida.

According to Florida Statutes, one of the criteria that must be met is that a person has refused voluntary examination after conscientious explanation and disclosure of the purpose of the examination, yet this important step is omitted during the Baker Acting of a child.

CCHR’s campaign to eliminate inappropriate Baker Acting of children educates parents on their rights while providing them with a form they can fill out and file with their child’s school to help protect them from an unjust involuntary psychiatric examination. This form uses existing state law to help protect parental rights and can be downloaded on the CCHR Florida website at http://www.cchrflorida.org/florida-non-consent-forms/. Additionally, any person living in Florida who is interested in protecting children from abusive Baker Acting are encouraged to sign a petition to stop the involuntary examination of children without parental knowledge at https://www.ipetitions.com/petition/protect-children-from-baker-act. For more information on this campaign please contact CCHR at 727-442-8820 or visit the center at 109 N. Fort Harrison Ave in Clearwater, Florida.

About CCHR: Initially established by the Church of Scientology and renowned psychiatrist Dr. Thomas Szasz in 1969, CCHR’s mission is to eradicate abuses committed under the guise of mental health and enact patient and consumer protections. It was L. Ron Hubbard, the founder of Scientology, who brought the terror of psychiatric imprisonment to the notice of the world. In March 1969, he said, “Thousands and thousands are seized without process of law, every week, over the ‘free world’ tortured, castrated, killed. All in the name of ‘mental health.’” For more information please visit www.cchrflorida.org

Diane Stein
Citizens Commission on Human Rights of Florida
(727) 422-8820
email us here

20 Million Kids & Adolescents are labeled with “mental disorders” that are based solely on a checklist of behaviors.


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The Kilroy Redemption: A Prisoner's Success Story on This Week's 'White House Chronicle'

Llewellyn King, Host, White House Chronicle

Kilroy is now a lawyer and assistant city solicitor in Providence, R.I.”

— Llewellyn King, Host "White House Chronicle"

WASHINGTON, D.C., USA, November 7, 2017 /EINPresswire.com/ — Noah Kilroy's life was following a usual story line: Abandoned at birth by a drug-addicted mother, shuffled from foster home to foster home in Rhode Island, dropped out of high school, and served time for various drug felonies between the ages of 16 and 23.

But the life of this African American, 37, took a storybook twist: Released in 2003 from a Florida prison, Kilroy is now a lawyer and assistant city solicitor in Providence, R.I. And its twist happened because of a book he read during his Florida incarceration.

“I had earned my high school GED in 2000 while at the Adult Correctional Institutions [ACI], but a book I found in the Florida prison library, 'Know Thy Self,' changed my life,” said Kilroy, who appeared on “White House Chronicle,” which airs beginning Nov. 10 on PBS.

Kilroy said reading the book led to his taking a “moral inventory” of himself.

“The premise was that without knowledge of self, you cannot have knowledge of anything else because you have nothing to compare it to,” he said.

“I really tried to look at it as to why I was selling drugs. The admiration, the power I gained from selling them, I thought, sustained me and gave me my identity. But I took a step back and realized I was this vapid, empty vessel.”

Reading the book also led him to an unquenchable thirst for knowledge and a degrees from two Rhode Island universities: a B.S. from Salve Regina University and a J.D. from Roger Williams University School of Law, a school which initially rejected him.

“Noah Kilroy found redemption and responsibility in prison. While not every prisoner has Noah's resilience, many do,” said Frederic G. Reamer, professor at Rhode Island who appeared with Kilroy on the episode. Reamer served for 24 years on the Rhode Island Parole Board and paroled Kilroy in the state.

Kilroy said access to education and quality books in a prison library can put prisoners on the path to rehabilitation. “I knew my key to upward mobility was education,” he said.

Kilroy co-founded the Transcending Through Education Foundation with Andres Idarraga, a Rhode Island ACI graduate who went on to graduate from Brown University and Yale Law School. The foundation grants scholarships to people in prison or recently released.

Llewellyn King, executive producer and host of “White House Chronicle,” said, “I've always believed in the 'power of one' in one's life, be it one person or, as in Noah Kilroy's case.”

This week's episode is the third in a “White House Chronicle” series this year on the redemption and rehabilitation of prisoners, from nonviolent offenders — especially those caught up by tough sentencing laws for drug crimes — to murderers on death row.

Linda Gasparello, co-host of “White House Chronicle,” said, “Noah Kilroy's success could serve as an inspiration for prisoners, the criminal justice system, and the public's general view that all offenders lack redeeming qualities. If given a second chance, many could live redeemed lives, ones of service and value to others.”

“White House Chronicle” airs nationwide on PBS and public, educational and government access stations, and on the commercial AMG TV network. It airs worldwide on Voice of America Television and Radio. An audio version airs three times weekends on SiriusXM Radio's P.O.T.U.S., Channel 124. An interactive list of stations which carry the program can be found at whchronicle.com.

Llewellyn King
White House Chronicle
(202) 441-2702
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