Congrats to the Los Angeles Times and Eric Ducker for writing and publishing the smear job (to sell John Singleton movies) that finally drove an entirely innocent human and civil rights licensed attorney activist to suicide

I can’t take any more abuse. I’m done. I spent my entire life fighting against oppression in all of its many forms, including racism, only to be used and characterized as a genocidal villain to sell copies of the LA Times and John Singleton movies, even though I’ve never engaged in racist behavior in my entire life and everyone knows that.

I’m done. I’m out. I can’t take any more. The Los Angeles Times and Eric Ducker could not be more aware of the fact that I am an entirely innocent and lifelong human and civil rights activist. They don’t care if I die, as long as they make moral outrage industry money. I hope selling your souls for a little cash was worth it. I hope it was worth the life of an entirely innocent civil rights activist.

I just want to make perfectly clear that the Los Angeles Times and Eric Ducker are trying to drive me, an entirely innocent human and civil rights licensed attorney activist to suicide, or incite my murder, or just otherwise and however get me killed to sell John Singleton movies.

Everyone knows at this point that the Living or Napping While Black Incident at Yale University was in point of fact the Living or Napping While Black Hate Crime Hoax at Yale University, and I am the entirely innocent victim thereof.

It is insane to me that, in January, 2020, FAKE NEWS orgs and public figures still think it’s ok to destroy and endanger my life and lifelong human and civil rights academic and legal careers for Moral Outrage Industry profit and gain.

The LA Times should be completely ashamed of themselves. The LA Times should shutter itself in abject shame for what they are doing to me.

I want to make clear that the Los Angeles Times (the LA Times) 100% absolutely knows the complete and simple, honest to God truth about the Living or Napping While Black Hate Crime Hoax at Yale University. They know that I am the entirely innocent victim thereof. They know that I was terrorized in my isolated dorm room for months. They know that the Living or Napping While Black Hate Crime Hoax at Yale University was a campaign to target and publicly shame me for my mental health disabilities. They know that the Yale Administration and Police were complicit in the Hate Crime Hoax and assisted my tormentors in terrorizing me in my isolated dorm room for months and stalking me across campus, targeting me for my mental health disabilities.

The Los Angeles Times, the LA Times, KNEW the absolute truth about the Living or Napping While Black Hate Crime Hoax at Yale University, and then they print this trash, putting my life in grave danger, to sell copies of the LA Times and John Singleton movies:

https://www.latimes.com/entertainment-arts/movies/story/2020-02-01/john-singleton-higher-learning-25th-anniversary

The LA Times knew that I am an entirely innocent human and civil rights licensed attorney activist who was falsely accused of having perpetrated a racist hate crime comparable to a lynching. The LA Times knew that I was a middle aged scholar with mental health disabilities, including severe PTSD, and a sexual assault survivor, who had been living in an isolated dorm room at the top of a tower on Yale’s campus, a room which I rarely left. The LA Times knew that I only ever wanted to be left alone and in peace to complete my PhD Dissertation, my Saving the World project. The LA Times knew that I had been terrorized in my isolated dorm room for months and stalked across campus by my tormentors. The LA Times knew that I had been targeted for my mental health disabilities, including by the Yale Administration and Police. The LA Times knew that I had to go into hiding for over a year, and that I am still more or less in hiding. The LA Times knew that I had to flee Yale’s campus for my life while being taunted by a mob. The LA Times knew that I was suicidal for more than a year and that I still struggle with suicidal ideation and almost killed myself a couple of weeks ago. The LA Times knew that my lifelong human and civil rights academic and legal careers had been utterly decimated. The LA Times knew that I had been subjected to a wrongful global vilification and defamation campaign that almost got me killed. The LA Times knew that I am in the midst of a battle with Yale for the Yale Police Body Camera Footage from May 8th, 2018, that exonerates me and exposes Yale’s gross malfeasance.

The LA Times knew all this, and they didn’t care.

The LA Times doesn’t care if they get an innocent civil rights activist killed.

The LA Times doesn’t care if they drive an innocent civil rights activist to suicide.

The LA Times doesn’t care if they incite the murder of an innocent civil rights activist.

The LA Times doesn’t care if they destroy the lifelong human and civil rights academic and legal careers of an innocent civil rights activist,

AS LONG AS THEY SELL COPIES OF THE LA TIMES FOR MORAL OUTRAGE INDUSTRY PROFIT AND GAIN, AS WELL AS JOHN SINGLETON MOVIES.

The LA Times and Eric Ducker don’t actually care about the Living While Black movement or the Black Lives Matter movement or the black social justice movement in the US.

The LA Times and Eric Ducker don’t actually care about the well being of black people in the US.

They only care about making as much moral outrage industry profit and gain as possible, even at the expense of an innocent civil rights activist’s life.

Even so, even if the LA Times didn’t already know these facts, EVERYONE who participated in the global defamation campaign against me that almost got me killed KNEW or SHOULD HAVE KNOWN that I was entirely innocent. All anyone had to do was google my name to discover that I had spent my life fighting against oppression in all of its many forms, including racism, and that I would NEVER engage in racist behavior ever, because it is antithetical to everything that I am.

I expect a full retraction from The LA Times. I expect public apologies from the Los Angeles Times and Eric Ducker.

I can’t take any more abuse. One person can only take so much abuse. If this can happen to me, someone who had spent her life as a human and civil rights activist, it can happen to absolutely anyone. What Eric Ducker and the LA Times are doing to me should terrify absolutely everyone. Being a lifelong human and civil rights activist didn’t protect me from being globally vilified as a genocidal villain, and it won’t protect you either. I hope that the moral outrage industry money was worth it for Eric Ducker and the LA Times, to sell their souls.

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