Thursday, March 29, 2018

HAC On Writing



[From NF Bulletin #15, April 2018]

Tell you what: this month let’s take a (probably welcome) break from my usual six-page rant telling you guys to pull your socks up and help me professionalize the Party. Let’s talk about writing.

I hear from people who have just finished their last book of the Northwest independence novel series, complaining because there is no more. Well, actually, there is, sort of. Insofar as I am remembered at all, it will probably be for those five novels, but you guys do know there are other Covington books, right?

I’ve written eleven other novels, including one under a pseudonym, and one long political and racial polemic called The March Up Country, as well as an anthology of my best articles which I call Dreaming the Iron Dream. They are all available on Amazon.com. My fiction ranges from historicals to murder mysteries to ghost and vampire stories, but the closest to the Northwest novels for Movement people would be two books I wrote during the 1990s, called Fire and Rain and Slow Coming Dark. 

                                 Enter Matt And Heather 


These are the two Matt and Heather Redmond novels, both of them detective and/or thriller type books, but with strong White nationalist undercurrents. Both of these books were written many years ago, in 1996 and 2000 respectively, before I went totally Northwest, but you can kind of see me building up to it. I tend to hang on to my characters once I create them, and some of you may recall that Matt and Heather, their daughter Tori, and the character of Bill Clinton’s illegitimate son Bill Vitale, made a few cameo appearances and had some offstage references in the Northwest novels as well. 

Now, these two books aren’t anywhere nearly as racial as the Northwest novels, not by a long shot, but they certainly do have very strong racial and political connotations. In Fire and Rain I take my shot at the wonderful left-wing mythos of the Sixties and the anti-Vietnam War movement, and in Slow Coming Dark I take on the Clintons in their original 1990s version 1.0.  However, there is something you guys need to know about the first book, Fire and Rain. I mention this because the subject has come up on occasion, and down through the years some of our comrades have gotten kind of upset by some of the things they’ve read in there. Every time I myself send out a copy of that novel, I include with it a sheet of paper, which contains the following caveat and disclaimer:

“Racial Comrades: I am enclosing a copy of my novel Fire and Rain. I hope you find it an entertaining and enjoyable read. However, before you begin the book, I’d like a quick word. 


Fire and Rain was written with the intention of submitting it for publication through the existing publishing establishment, which consists for all practical purposes entirely of Jews, feminists, and the six or seven multi-national corporations who control the industry. The manuscript would have had to pass muster first by a literary agent who, whatever his personal political views, knows full well what the industry will publish and what it will not.

“Secondly, it would have to pass through a succession of readers, mostly leftist women and homosexuals. Then it would have to be accepted by an editor, who would submit it to a board of other editors and market analysts, who would decide not only if the book was politically correct, but whether it would make any money. As you will see when you read it, the chance of Fire and Rain passing any such process of literary kashruth is slim indeed. 


But I was determined to try, and so I included in Fire and Rain a number of elements of political correctness that you, as a racial nationalist, will find disturbing and displeasing. I also deliberately included a couple of raunchy sex scenes. 

These are known in the publishing trade as “commercial dirt.” It is now virtually impossible to publish any work of fiction without them, and I had to include something of the kind were I to have any hope at all of getting the book past the politically correct gatekeepers of contemporary fiction, such as it is.

“Unlike its sequel Slow Coming Dark, Fire and Rain was not intended primarily for Movement readers. It was frankly an attempt to slip some political incorrectness past the system, and make some money while doing so. In fact, it failed. Fire and Rain was rejected out of hand by every literary agent I submitted it to, including one who had attempted to sell several of my other novels, and who sent the manuscript back with a note which read in part, ‘Harold, you know better than this. I like your work, but I’m not going to commit professional suicide for you.’

“Comrades, the racial and political message is there in Fire and Rain. Read between the lines, recognize my politically correct interpolations as the clearly intended camouflage which they are, and understand the deeper meaning of the novel. Despite its many imperfections, I think you will find it worthy of a place on your bookshelf.”

The specific areas of political correctness I put into the book, only in passing I might add, were lesbianism and race-mixing in the form of my protagonist having been briefly married to a Mexican in his past. I thought about this long and hard at the time, on how to include the bare minimum necessary of PC crap to slip through the litmus test, and as revolting as those two specific things are, I found they were the ones I could come closest to stomaching sufficiently to include them in the book. I didn’t like doing it, and those aspects still disturb me when I re-read Fire and Rain, but I’ve explained why they are in there, and they can’t be undone.
 

Rather than try and address this to the few among you who down through the years found the book disturbing, let me just say what I’ve got to say about it, and then you guys can read it for yourselves if you’re interested. If you don’t like it, if you think it indicates that I am in some way spiritually corrupted because I could write such things, that’s your opinion and I won’t try to argue with you. You may well be right. Like everyone else, I have lived all of my life in a cesspool swarming with all kinds of vile and filthy things, and it would be remarkable indeed if I was not at least somewhat contaminated by it all.

I have told you the reason why I wrote Fire and Rain the way I did, but let’s look beyond that a bit. In my historical novels, I try my best to write about the world the way it really was. In the Northwest independence novels, I write about the world the way it should be. In the two Matt and Heather books, I write about the world the way it is now. It’s not a pretty picture.

A writer is, or should be, primarily a storyteller. Whatever political or social commentary, or whatever point he’s trying to make, has to be secondary to the story itself and the characters, because if they’re not believable then his real point will be lost, or made so ineffectively that it won’t convince anyone who isn’t already convinced. If he does a slapdash, sloppy job he’s only preaching to the choir, and we do way too much of that as it is. He has to be able to construct his plots realistically, as events that might really happen, and he has to be able empathize with his characters enough to understand them and present them realistically, even if he doesn’t particularly like them. The complaint about my writing from a certain minority of Movement people, not Goat Dancers but people who have a genuine problem with some of it, is that I seem to empathize a bit too much with some characters and situations.

In all honesty, at this point I should admit that there are other areas of my fiction wherein I have been accused of writing about certain subjects with a little too much gusto and empathy. There is a smart-ass nigger sidekick in my Civil War murder mystery Bonnie Blue Murder, who is there for the very same reason; I had to have something to try and slide a Confederate detective hero past the PC filters. (That one didn’t work either, but I still stick one of those disclaimer sheets in the book every time I send one out.) I have been accused of being pro-Jewish, of all things, because of Whisper Her Name On The Wind. I’m damned if I can see how anybody could possibly draw that conclusion, but one risk of being a writer and publishing what you write is that other people are going to see things in your work that you didn’t put there and never intended.

Most readers, especially men, seem really to enjoy The Black Flame, my medieval murder mystery, but I’ve had a few accuse me of being some kind of secret sadist because of all the hangings and torture and cruelty in it. It’s kind of hard accurately to depict the fifteenth century without these things, but I can get their point, sort of.  Some people objected to the language used by my gangster characters in the second Matt and Heather novel, Slow Coming Dark. I researched that one by reading transcripts of the John Gotti wiretaps and bugged conversations in the Ravenite social club in Bensonhurst. What can I tell you? That’s the way wiseguys really talk. If I had my mobsters using expressions like “Oh, fudge!” it would have been a joke.

All I can say, again, is that these objectionable parts of my novels are there for a reason. They are the sweet candy coating on the outside that I hoped would fool Establishment literary agents and editors into swallowing the bitter pill of racial and political truth inside. Like I said, it never worked. Editors and literary agents aren’t fools, especially the multifarious Jews along every step of the way of that editorial and publication process I talked about just now. They obviously picked up on what I was doing. Then back around the year 2000, print-per-order publishing came along, and all of a sudden I recognized that I could actually write what I wanted and not have to worry about passing any political or racial litmus tests. From that moment on, I have never included one single item of PC in any of my fiction.

Beyond all this, I don’t know what to tell you. Whenever a writer publishes his work, there are going to be readers who don’t like it. All I can ask of you guys is to read the works in question, and if you think there is something in there that is just so horrible that it negates and cancels out my five Northwest books and the millions of words of non-fiction racial and political material I have written during the past fifty years, best of luck to you. I hope you find the standard of moral purity you’re looking for out there somewhere. I’m not too sanguine about your chances, though.­­­‪­‪­‪­­‪­­­‪­­­‪‪­‪‪­­‪‪‪­‪‪­­‪­‪­­­­­‪‪­­‪­­­
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Wednesday, March 28, 2018

Gun Control Is Crap



[Source unknown; long going around on the Net.] 

Many cited facts are known but the media continues to focus on useful idiots promoting a non-solution with fatal consequences to stage-managed "events." What everyone, but especially "our wee little group" should focus on, is the clear intent of hands inside the sock puppets. 

Considering the badly dated quote from Noah Webster, who lived when Americans retained some fire in the belly.  Trump's willingness to sacrifice his entire campaign promises for more military spending becomes scary.

There are 30,000 gun related deaths per year by firearms, and this number is not disputed.  U.S. population 324,059,091 as of Wednesday, June 22, 2016. Do the math: 0.000000925% of the population dies from gun related actions each year.  Statistically speaking, this is insignificant. What is never told, however, is a breakdown of those 30,000 deaths, to put them in perspective as compared to other causes of death:

 • 65% of those deaths are by suicide, which would never be prevented by gun laws ;

• 15% are by law enforcement in the line of duty and justified;
 

• 17% are through criminal activity, gang and drug related or mentally ill persons – gun violence;
 

• 3% are accidental discharge deaths.
 

So technically, "gun violence" is not 30,000 annually, but drops to 5,100.  Still too many?  Well, first, how are those deaths spanned across the nation?

• 480 homicides (9.4%) were in Chicago
• 344 homicides (6.7%) were in Baltimore
• 333 homicides (6.5%) were in Detroit
• 119 homicides (2.3%) were in Washington D.C. (a 54% increase over prior years)


 So basically, 25% of all gun crime happens in just 4 cities.  All 4 of those cities have strict gun laws, so it is not the lack of law that is the root cause.  

This basically leaves 3,825 for the entire rest of the nation, or about 75 deaths per state.  That is an average because some States have much higher rates than others.  For example, California had 1,169 and Alabama had 1.

 Now, who has the strictest gun laws by far?  California, of course, but understand it is not guns causing this.  It is a crime rate spawned by the number of criminal persons residing in those cities and states.  So if all cities and states are not created equally, then there must be something other than the tool causing the gun deaths.

 Are 5,100 deaths per year horrific?  How about in comparison to other deaths?   All death is sad and especially so when it is in the commission of a crime, but that is the nature of crime.  Robbery, death, rape, assault all is done by criminals and thinking that criminals will obey laws is ludicrous.  That's why they are criminals.

 But what about other deaths each year? 

• 40,000+ die from a drug overdose–THERE IS NO EXCUSE FOR THAT!


• 36,000 people die per year from the flu, far exceeding the criminal gun deaths;


• 34,000 people die per year in traffic fatalities(exceeding gun deaths even if you include suicide); 


Now it gets good:

• 200,000+ people die each year (and growing) from preventable medical errors.  You are safer in Chicago than when you are in a hospital!
 

• 710,000 people die per year from heart disease.  It’s time to stop the double cheeseburgers!  

So what is the point?  If Obama and the anti-gun movement focused their attention on heart disease, even a 10% decrease in cardiac deaths would save twice the number of lives annually of all gun-related deaths (including suicide, law enforcement, etc.).  A 10% reduction in medical errors would be 66% of the total gun deaths or 4 times the number of criminal homicides......Simple, easily preventable 10% reductions! 
So you have to ask yourself, in the grand scheme of things, why the focus on guns? It's pretty simple.: Taking away guns gives control to governments.


 The founders of this nation knew that regardless of the form of government, those in power may become corrupt and seek to rule as the British did by trying to disarm the populace of the colonies.  It is not difficult to understand that a disarmed populace is a controlled populace.

 Thus, the second amendment was proudly and boldly included in the U.S. Constitution. It must be preserved at all costs. 
So the next time someone tries to tell you that gun control is about saving lives, look at these facts and remember these words from Noah Webster: "Before a standing army can rule, the people must be disarmed, as they are in almost every kingdom in Europe. The supreme power in America cannot enforce unjust laws by the sword, because the whole body of the people are armed and constitute a force superior to any band of regular troops that can be, on any pretense, raised in the United States. A military force at the command of Congress can execute no laws, but such as the people perceive to be just and constitutional; for they will possess the power."


 Remember, when it comes to gun control, the important word is control, not gun.

Sunday, March 25, 2018

Radio Free Northwest - March 29th 2018


http://northwestfront.org/2018/03/radio-free-northwest-march-29th-2018/ 

HAC on the meaning of GUBU and Solutreans, Gretchen, Trucker, and Comrade John Smith on guerrilla warfare.

Monday, March 19, 2018

Good Meme


Sunday, March 18, 2018

Radio Free Northwest - March 22nd, 2018


http://northwestfront.org/2018/03/radio-free-northwest-march-22nd-2018/ 

A lot of HAC this week, on everything from Vikings to Trouble Trios to guns to the latest alt.right scandal.

Monday, March 12, 2018

Radio Free Northwest - March 15th, 2018


http://northwestfront.org/2018/03/radio-free-northwest-march-15th-2018/ 

HAC speaks of the first thousand Northwest Volunteers. Triple Trucker & Gretchen as well.

Sunday, March 11, 2018

Three Alternate Plans That Won't Work

Three Alternate Plans to the Northwest Imperative that won't work. Sorry about giving you guys all these long blocks of text to read, but it's really, really hard to say anything important in 290 characters.

http://hacovington.blogspot.com/2018/03/thee-alternate-plans-that-wont-work.html

@HACNorthwest

Saturday, March 10, 2018

I'm A Twit


For those of you who are interested, somewhat to my surprise I'm still on Twitter at @HACNorthwest.

Friday, March 09, 2018

Fantastic Things That Are True


Hello all:

With the BOP now admitting that a large portion of my prison files from 2010-2011 have been destroyed in White v True SD Ill 17-cv-1242, I've been working on a list of things that judges have told me were legally "fantastic," meaning things that could not possibly be true and which were reason to throw me out of court, that have turned out to be demonstrably true. Here's the list so far:

1) That I was arrested in 2008 after Harold Charles Turner falsely claimed I was going to blow up Obama with a truck bomb. Judge Carlos Mendoza of the Middle District of Florida (White v Berger MD Fl 14-cv-936) stated that there was "no evidence" in "any of my legal cases" that this had ever occurred, declared me a liar, and threw my case out of his court shortly thereafter, only to be overturned by the Eleventh Circuit. Of course, Turner's own testimony in US v Turner ED NY 09-cv-???, which I later obtained, showed this to be true.

2) That a federal informant, Michael Burks, made phone calls using my identity, causing me to be charged criminally with contempt, and accidentally recorded himself making these calls. Judge Davis in the Eastern District of Virginia, In Re: White 07-cv-342, refused to even consider this in my 2016 action to obtain the transcripts -- until I found the transcripts elsewhere. The magistrate then observed that I "did not prove" that Burks' voice was on the tapes, even though he identifies himself as Michael Burks on one. The magistrate refused to order the government to produce the tapes for examination in court, something he declined to mention in his opinion.

3) That I was kept awake for 183 days and denied food and water for six days in 2014, while in the custody of the Seminole County, Sheriff, nearly killing me and rendering me incompetent, and causing serious brain damage. Mendoza also refused to believe this, as did Judge J. Phil Gilbert of the Southern District of Illinois -- all until the Seminole County Sheriff released a 200-page log of the use of sleep, food, and water deprivation against me at trial in July 2017.

4) That I was targeted by a classified foreign counter-intelligence operation, the same operation that also targeted the Trump campaign. Judge Glen E Conrad of the Western District of Virginia called this "fantastic" and refused to even acknowledge the possibility that such an operation existed, or underlay my prosecutions. However, in October 2017, the FBI turned over to the House Intelligence Committee documents on one of the topics related to this investigation that I FOIA'ed in August 2016, admitting that it was part of their "anti-Russia" counter-intelligence program over a year after I first asserted that in federal court. Then, in February 2018, they admitted that they had been withholding documents on four other subjects that I FOIA'ed under the classified foreign counter-intelligence exclusion.

5) That I was deliberately held in a cell flooded with human feces November 28-29, 2008, while at the MCC-Chicago. Judges Mendoza, Conrad, and Gilbert, all seemed to disbelieve this one in various orders. The FBI also launched an online campaign amongst various bloggers in 2011-2012 to claim that I was "lying" about this. Then on February 9, 2018, the BOP released the SHU log confirming this. The other claims of torture, including being exposed to -20 degree Farenheit temperatures for five days in an unheated cell, they claim they "cannot locate" records to confirm or deny.

6) That I developed a serious brain injury which in February-March 2011 led to me receiving scores of incident reports, left me catatonic, and resulted in a cell extraction, delirium, an other ill effects. Again, Judges Mendoza, Conrad, and Gilbert all dismissed actions regarding this situation. Not only the BOP staff but my own defense attorneys repeatedly told me that there was "no evidence" that I had ever received an incident report during this period, and basically said that I was lying about this. Except I wasn't lying. Someone in the BOP tried to destroy all records of this and failed, leaving the BOP to release what records survived, including the psychology records and some incident reports, on February 9, 2018.

7) That my prison files were destroyed by BOP staff to cover up the fact that I was tortured, also dismissed by Mendoza, Conrad, and Gilbert, at various times. Last week, the BOP admitted that the records it did not release on February 9, 2018, are records that it "cannot locate", reversing several disciplinary actions but still refusing to credit the good conduct time to me, pending an order to do so by the court.

I am living on a unit full of people who are very seriously mentally ill. Several of them are hooting right now, talking in voices that they cannot modulate, making weird squeaking noises. One fellow here has filed multiple lawsuits trying to claim "$250 million a week" that he claims is being deposited in a bank account the BOP is stopping him from accessing. Another keeps filing documents for a lawsuit he claims is live that was actually dismissed almost a year ago. Another one, who recently left, has filed over a 100 lawsuits in an effort to defend his case for no apparent reason, as he has been repeatedly sanctioned for filing these suits. In this unit of insane people, and even reading cases filed by the insane, I often wonder whether or not my own grip on reality has slipped, as the things that I say are often of the same nature as the things that insane people say.

The difference, of course, is that the documents that prove that what I am saying is true exist, and whenever I win a legal action to force them out they say exactly what I said that they were going to say. As I told the court the other day, I must be the world's luckiest delusional person, as I am the only person to plea that I was being targeted by a counter-intelligence operation who actually described that counter-intelligence operation in court over a year before the operation was publicly admitted by the FBI.

None of this stuff is vital, but it's nice on occasion to show these federal judges, and the supposed "wisdom" that guides their judgments, to be the foolish attachment to convention which it is.

Thursday, March 08, 2018

Nice Little Zinger

"Living under ZOG means we know exactly what happened in Anne Frank's attic in July of 1942, but know virtually nothing about what happened in Las Vegas in October of 2017." 

- Josef Bosch

Wednesday, March 07, 2018

The Way They Lie



Something that I learned soon after my arrest was not to try to speak to people who work for the federal Bureau of Prisons, or federal law enforcement in general, as if they were people just doing a job. They are not. What federal law enforcement officers are criminals who commit crimes for the federal government, which teaches them that they are entitled to commit crimes for the federal government. What I have learned is to never believe anything that a federal law enforcement officer, particularly a Bureau of Prisons employee, says to me.

The fact that federal law enforcement agents lie constantly to the victims of their criminal enterprise, the United States government, is not their only vice. They have others, such as the fact that they constantly lie to each other. As law enforcement officers, many of these people have been psychologically screened to have personalities which are unusually responsive to authority, meaning that they tend to believe whatever they are told by whoever is in charge without conducting any investigation of it themselves. Given the environment they work in, they are never held accountable for their often criminal and usually immoral, behavior. The captive people who are victimized by their actions are often mentally ill, addicted to drugs, intellectually disabled, or, otherwise unable to seek legitimate means of redress for law enforcement misconduct.

Thus, when a Bureau of Prisons employee or really any federal law enforcement agent is doing something that is obviously insane, immoral, or illegal, and someone asks them why, the most common answer received is "you know."  Or when you try to tell a Bureau of Prisons employee that such and such is true, the most common answer is "that's not in your file." The idea that the intelligence they are acting on is badly flawed, perjured, obtained from an unreliable source, or otherwise inaccurate, or that the file they are working with has been tampered with, never occurs to them. Just like it never occurs to them that their superiors might be deliberately feeding them bad information in order to persuade them to commit criminal and immoral acts.

A case in point is this mess for which on February 23, 2018, my attorney sued the BOP for about half a billion dollars, charging about fifty counts of battery, intentional infliction of emotional distress and negligent infliction of emotional distress, seeking about $10 million per count. 

Essentially, every time the BOP used force against me in an improper or unjustified manner over the past decade, from placing me in the SHU to utilizing black box handcuffs, earned the BOP a count of battery. They picked up additional counts for placing me in similar conditions in the Roanoke city jail and the John E Polk Correctional Facility. Plus, coming down the line are counts of medical negligence, malpractice of psychology, and spoliation of evidence as well as civil rights violations. Overall, this may end being a billion dollar plus complaint. 

To make it worse for the BOP, documents showing that I am telling the truth about having been tortured, having suffered a severe brain injury, and having had BOP staff destroy the evidence are coming out as well, virtually guaranteeing liability at least into the eight figures, possibly much higher.

I developed a serious physical brain injury because I was mistreated by the Bureau of Prisons in 2008, 2010-2011, and, while in USMS custody in 2014. This condition left me essentially insane for seven years, and only in the past few months have I really started to feel better. I keep getting better than I was, and realize how bad off I was just a few months ago.  A brain injury is like that -- it often cannot be detected while it is ongoing since the symptoms of the injury are themselves wound into the perceptive framework of the victim.

When my symptoms first occurred the BOP lied to me (of course) and told me that they were the side effects of an allergy medication that I had been taking. This led me to believe that I had been drugged or otherwise medically experimented on, not knowing at the time about atrophy of the lower regions of the brain.  Every time I was transferred to any facility, I reported that this medication causes these side effects on me, and that is how it is recorded in my medical file. Thus I had been constantly reporting this condition since it occurred, including in administrative remedy forms filed in 2011 when the most severe symptoms first appeared.  I also, since my 2012 arrest, told every one of my defense attorneys that I needed a doctor for these continuing symptoms.  

Every single one of my defense attorneys called me a liar, claimed that I was not having symptoms, that I did not need a doctor.  Both defense attorneys told me that there was "no evidence" that I had had "any disciplinary actions" in the BOP related to these conditions, scoffed at the idea that BOP officials would destroy evidence, called me names for telling them about the FBI operation that was targeting me, and otherwise behaved much like federal law enforcement officials.  In the past two weeks, the BOP has certified that much of my prison file from 2008 to 2011 has been destroyed, but also released what prison records it has, which show that everything that I was saying was true.

The BOP has not treated me any better than my defense attorneys, and as evidence I presented a psychological report by USP Marion Chief Psychologist Dr J. Munneke.  

I was diagnosed with Post-Traumatic Stress on February 6, 2016, after a sustained effort by the USMS to prevent me from receiving the diagnosis by transferring me from jail to jail across Wisconsin so that the psychologist evaluating me couldn't find me. Since I received that diagnosis, instead of reporting my symptoms as resulting from medication I consistently reported them as PTSD and promptly filed tort claims. The response that I got from the BOP is what Dr Munneke wrote here (which I present somewhat abbreviated):

"Inmate WHITE was seen for a clinical contact on the morning of 2-23-2017.  The purpose of the session was to discuss his tort claim, self-reported PTSD symptoms, and evaluate his interest/need for mental health services."

Now, this part of the report is true.  The rest is written in misleading BOP-speak:

"Inmate WHITE was informed of the purpose of this session.  He agreed to participate.  Inmate WHITE stated he participated in a psychological evaluation conducted by a privately contracted mental health professional (circa February 2016).  The inmate stated that he was diagnosed with Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (unverified).  Inmate WHITE has never requested mental health services since his arrival at USP Marion (June 17, 2016)."

Already we have two untrue and/or misleading statements.  One, Dr Munneke states that my PTSD is "unverified";  however, Dr Munneke does not state that he made absolutely no effort to verify it. Two, Dr Munneke states that I never requested mental health services since my arrival at USP Marion.  


Untrue. I have printouts of the e-mails. On three occasions I told CMU staff that I was having severe PTSD symptoms. However, staff never forwarded those e-mails to psychology because they had decided that I was making the whole thing up as some sort of effort to manipulate the legal system.

 So on the one hand, psychology made no effort to determine whether or not I had PTSD and thus never made a note of it in the system, causing the CMU staff who read my e-mail to decide that I didn't have PTSD and thus not to forward my complaints about PTSD symptoms to psychology. I am going to enjoy seeing this one explained in court under cross-examination to Judge Gilbert, because this is a case study in negligence, medical negligence, and, malpractice.

The report goes on:

"Inmate WHITE'S BOP Psychology archives were reviewed ... Records from this clinical contact indicate:  'On the PSIQ, Inmate WHITE stated 'I was diagnosed with PTSD in Feb 2016.'  There is nothing in his BEMR [Bureau of Prisons medical records] archives to support this statement.   ..."

So nobody made any effort to verify whether or not I had been diagnosed with PTSD despite the fact that I repeatedly reported it, and based upon their cumulative refusals to even attempt to investigate and verify what I was saying they concluded that since it hadn't been verified, there was no reason to believe that it existed. This is so typical of a federal law enforcement agency, not just the BOP but the FBI and others as well, that it's almost humorous.

The report goes on, after another paragraph, to state: "Inmate WHITE expressed no interest in mental health services."

Again, misleading. These doctors come up to you and state "there are no mental health services available for you" or "you don't need any treatment" or something like that, and you say "well, if that's what it is, that's what it is," or something similar. They report "the inmate expressed no interest in mental health services," all to try to make a busy federal judge with a hundred inmate filings on his desk throw out a medical negligence case before it even gets to square one, if the inmate ever comes forward to complain.

I write lawsuits against prison authorities sometimes all day long, and every single facility whether federal, state, or local, maintains prison records in this way. Doctors routinely sign off on medical rounds that don't occur, words are put into inmate's mouths claiming that they denied various things that they were never offered, shifty wording like "inmate expressed no interest" is used to try to tell the court that they were not deliberately falsifying records, and all sorts of this kind of crap is done routinely.  


These folk who work in prisons and jails never seem to realize that they are not the only person keeping records, and/or, they do not realize what other record systems are there. Thus, here, a BOP employee tried to destroy all records related to my catatonia. Whoever did so had extensive access, including at the Regional Office level, to the DHO records, SIS records and the like, as well as access to records at the institutional level. Yet they obviously did not have access to the medical and psychological, records systems.  Similarly, the BOP destroyed maintenance records but forgot to destroy the SHU log books, to cover up acts of torture. 

Federal law enforcement is based upon lying, but these liars are rarely sharp enough to truly cover up the crimes that they commit.  Like FBI sting operations, they are used to playing without any defense, and even a little bit of persistence always shows them up for what they are -- criminals trying to cover up their crimes.

Sunday, March 04, 2018

Radio Free Northwest March 8th, 2018


http://northwestfront.org/2018/03/radio-free-northwest-march-8th-2018/ 

HAC on why we both are and are not socialists. Gretchen, some British guy, double Trucker, and a song about a dragon.

Gettng Sloppy Again

Damn! I didn't realize I'd left this one so long. I ought to try to get something up here every day, even if it's only a quote from one of the novels.