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The film will be followed in most cities by a workshop on building a No Kill community and others with an after party. Check on the links for more details. Coming soon: Buffalo, NY, Cleveland, OH, Las Vegas, NV, Los Angeles, CA, Modesto, CA, Nashville, TN, New York, NY, Seattle, WA, and Tallahassee, FL.
•To watch the trailer, click here.
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P.S. 99% of the film is uplifting and while a small number of images may be difficult, they are not gratuitous. While we expect people who see it will experience a range of emotions, the primary ones they will come away with are hope, inspiration, empowerment, and well, redemption. In short, it is safe for animal lovers to watch.
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Heartbreaking enough, this is not some historic footage of a Nazi death camp. This is modern day America.
“We see Mr. Lopez struggling to breath for hours, and then, finally, we have an unobstructed view as Mr. Lopez takes his last breath, dying, half-naked on the cold concrete floor of a prison cell – isolated and alone with no Defendant caring whether he lived or died”
A lawsuit has been filed in the March 17, 2013 death of Christopher Lopez at the San Carlos Correctional Facility.
Along with this lawsuit, attorney David Lane has released a horrific and heartbreaking compilation of footage from the hours leading to Lopez’ death.
The lawsuit begins-
On March 17, 2013, in full view of most of the Defendants, a shackled and stripped Christopher Lopez died alone and ignored, on the cold concrete floor of a cell at the San Carlos Correctional Facility. His death could have been easily prevented by most of the defendants had any one of them simply picked up a phone and called for medical help. Instead, the Defendants, all employees of the Colorado Department of Corrections, ultimately made what could pass as a documentary film on how to ignore the obvious and serious medical needs of a dying prisoner for hours until the very last breath of life leaves his body.
In the 47 minute long video, the prison guards laugh, joke, and mock this helpless and shackled schizophrenic man as he dies alone on the floor in front of them.
The incident was triggered by a sodium deficiency, which may have been a reaction to the psychotropic medication he was taking.
“The first video shows Christopher Lopez lying face down on the floor of his cell, naked from the waist up, and the staff is yelling in the cuff slot.
They’re saying, ‘Come to the slot and cuff up or we’re not going to help you with your medical issue.’ But you can see Lopez is virtually unconscious. He’s trying to lift his head but he’s not strong enough to do it. Then they gear up the force team and go in. But first, they talk about pepper-spraying him because he’s not complying with their demands, even though some low-level guard says he has a medical issue. The only reason they don’t pepper-spray him is because they’re short-staffed.” Lane explained.
The guards entered the cell dressed in full riot gear and dragged him out. They told him to stop resisting, even though his dying body was entirely limp.
“Their reports about this are all part of the cover up,” Lane continued. “They say, ‘He disobeyed our order’ to make it seem like he was obstreperous when he was actually almost unconscious.”
They move him to a restraint chair with a spit hood while Lopez has a grand mal seizure. During this time the guards talk about Walmart and their plans for the weekend.
Eventually he is removed from the chair and left chained on the floor. A nurse finally enters, but not to provide any kind of emergency treatment. She tells Lopez, “It’s time for your psych meds” to which she receives no response from the dying man, even as she kicks him, and then injects the very drugs that may have caused this medical emergency directly into his anus.
Twenty minutes into the video we see Lopez struggling to breathe, shackled, on the floor of his cell and the officers begin to chat.
“Is it lunch already?” the guard asks, followed by inaudible conversation.
“He could swallow his teeth, I don’t care…”
At 21:30 the guard coldly proclaims, “he didn’t even piss on himself, so he’s not seizing.”
Around the 40:00 mark another disgusting conversation takes place, showing how truly sadistic these monsters in charge of people’s lives really are.
“What’s he doing now?” a female supervisor asks.
“Smells like he peed all over the place,” a man replies.
“Is he still on the floor?”
“He likes it on the floor.”
“I like him on the floor.”
“Yeah, he likes it alright when he’s on the floor.”
“Isn’t that terrible?”
Warning- Graphic and Heartbreaking
This awful ordeal began at 3:30 in the morning, and at 9:10 a.m., Mr. Lopez took his last breath and died, shackled and face down in the intake cell with no help from the people watching him struggle.
Three employees have been fired, and five others disciplined. No criminal charges were filed.
If Fyodor Dostoyevsky was correct in stating that you can judge a society by how well it treats its prisoners, this video is a very horrific display of what our society has become. We can do better.
Read the full lawsuit here.
How To Survive A Broken Bone In The Wilderness
Posted By Nicholas O. On October 17, 2014 @ 10:00 am In Extreme Survival | 1 Comment
THANK YOU NICHOLAS FOR YOUR IMPORTANT INFORMATION! COULD SAFE LIFE!
Every survival kit should have first aid supplies, but even those supplies may not include what is needed in dealing with serious injuries when out in the wild, such as a bone fracture, dislocation or sprain.
Accidents like these can and do happen in the wilderness, so you should be well-prepared in your knowledge of what to do. Hopefully, this article will serve as a good starting point.
There are two kinds of fractures: open fractures and closed fractures. An open fracture is where a bone can protrude through the skin (which would combine the fracture with an open, bleeding wound), and it’s sometimes called a compound fracture. A closed fracture, on the other hand, will have no open wounds.
Symptoms of a fracture include immense pain in the affected area, skin discoloration, swelling and a partial or total lack of function in the area. This can lead to numerous complications, ranging from a severed blood vessel, to numbness, shock and even internal bleeding. It is imperative that you treat the fracture immediately.
Get two branches that have a diameter of at least two inches, and make sure that they run along the length of either your arm or your leg, whichever one has the fracture. You’ll need both branches to run evenly, and pad them with whatever materials you have. Then, tie the splint around your arm or leg using whatever resources are available to you: rope, cloth, vines, etc. Tie it firmly around the ankle or the wrist, around the knee or the elbow, and then around the upper leg or the upper arm.
Make sure that the broken leg or arm remains as long or longer than the unbroken one, and don’t perform much physical activity with it. Get some rest, drink plenty of water, and prevent the onset of headaches by wrapping a damp bandana around your head. You’ll also need to eat plenty of food to keep your energy levels up.
You also may want to elevate the site of the fracture for proper blood circulation.
A dislocation is the separation of bone joints that causes an entire limb to go out of alignment. It is extremely painful, can cause immense nerve damage, and can also affect the flow of blood circulation around the body. Symptoms of dislocations include pain in the affected joints, swelling, skin discoloration, limited movement of the joints and deformity of the joints. If you have suffered a dislocation, treat it immediately, and if you have anybody with you, they should perform the action for you.
First, take any pain relievers that you have in your medical kit. Then, use manual traction to carefully pull the dislocated bone away from the joint. This will be immensely difficult, will send shooting pain throughout your body, and will most likely require several attempts. But then again, you’re not in the medical emergency room. You’re in the wilderness.
As you pull the bone away from the joint, this will give the bone more room to slip back into place. Firmly but slowly, push the bone again so that it is in line with the joint. The good news here is that the bone will naturally want to be placed in line with the joint. Immediately after the bone is in place, you’ll feel much pain relief.
At that point, treat the dislocation as if it were a fracture. Create a splint and padding and run it up and down the fracture site, and tie it very tightly.
A sprain is the overstretching of tendons or ligaments. Symptoms of sprains include discolored skin, tenderness and/or swelling in the affected area, and pain.
Fortunately, treating sprains is much simpler than treating fractures and dislocations, but still should not be taken lightly.
Begin by resting the injured area, then ice it for 24 hours. If you don’t have any ice with you, soak a bandana or article of clothing in cool water, and place it over the site of the sprain. You’ll then want to splint the injured area to keep it stabilized, and after splinting it, elevate the affected area to ensure proper blood circulation.
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Behind America’s Store Fronts – Drugs, Homelessness and Abandonment
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What of the hens whom we observe each day at home,
with what care and assiduity they govern and guard their chicks?
Some let down their wings for the chicks to come under;
others arch their backs for them to climb upon;
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DOC Investigating Inmate Death At Northern Correctional Institution
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INK Announces Finalists in Prison Writing Contest
INK, the country’s most ambitious prison writing program, announces finalists in its first nation-wide prison writing contest. Vidahlia Press and Publishing House, Inc., an independent book publisher, launched INK in 2013 to provide a literary outlet for those who are incarcerated in federal, state and county institutions. Thousands of incarcerated writers across the U.S. responded and the finalists exhibit exceptional literary talent and promise as literary artists.
“History has shown that many of America’s greatest writers have penned their work while incarcerated, often in deplorable conditions,” said Roy J. Rodney Jr., Publisher and President at Vidahlia Press and Publishing House, Inc. “INK is a combination of the company’s desire to pay it forward and its belief that the mass incarceration of almost three million citizens in the Unites States includes many exceptional literary artists.”
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Comedy toff and Minister for Welfare Reform Lord Fraud is a joke that stopped being funny a long time ago. Of all the blundering fucking idiots in the DWP, this failed banker, who cost investors millions due to a series of bungled deals, has shown the true face of the out of touch gilded elite that dominate all of the main political parties.
This is the man who thinks people queue up in foodbanks just for a laugh and not because they are hungry. The same prick who threatened every Women’s Refuge in the country with closure and wanted to charge the very poorest benefit claimants to have banks manage their personal finances. The clown who doesn’t even know how much the dole actually pays despite being in charge of reforming it.
His recent comments at the Tory Party…
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