I have contacted the media repeatedly to no avail about these relevant news events. The mistreatment of dogs continues to take journalistic precedence in America, while my poor brother’s secret jail death and The Cochran Firm’s subsequent cover-up remain unreported. Perhaps this journalistic blackout is because of the advertising dollars the media earns from The Cochran Firm. That firm continues to advertise its law office at 127 West Peachtree Street, Atlanta, Georgia, although that law office denied it is an office of The Cochran Firm in Georgia Superior Court in order to avoid responding to my family’s suit for its fraud. We remain hopeful that some journalists will become interested in our quest for information and justice regarding my brother’s death and launch an investigation, an investigation which Larry’s family cannot afford to finance and the Justice Department refuses to conduct. Meanwhile, we thank God for Bill Gates and others who made it possible for ordinary citizens to research and report their own issues via the Internet. In the absence of official government-issued reports, which Larry’s family lacks the means to substantiate anyway, we are hopeful that one of Larry’s fellow inmates or some sympathetic police officer or jail guard will some day visit our web site and come forward to tell us how things really were with Larry during his final incarceration, thereby helping to bring closure to his family.
The list of persons and entities the Neals contacted in our continual quest for assistance, information, and justice regarding Larry’s wrongful death is over four-years long, despite verifiable proof for all allegations. Numerous persons related to these events have resigned their jobs; however, this brings little comfort to Larry’s family, being yet deprived of full disclosure of the circumstances of Larry’s death and restitution by The Cochran Firm for its fraud. The details of our quest for justice in this matter are truly shameful for America, a country so concerned about human rights around the globe, with a creed of equality and justice for all of her citizens. This web site is a personal appeal for your assistance. Hopefully, our efforts to ascertain information and justice for Larry will also raise public awareness of the plight of the incarcerated mentally ill and assist thousands of mentally ill persons like Larry who yet languish in American jails. If you are interested in helping, please contact us.
Please contact your congressional representative today and demand that hospitalization replace incarceration for the mentally ill people in your state. http://www.house.gov/writerep