Recently the following information was reported to me, and so, of course, I thought that I should pass it on.  At a social function, Lucinda Johnson was talking to Barbara Henson of the Meridian, Mississippi City Council.  Ms. Johnson was attempting to clarify a point with Ms. Henson, wanting to make sure that Ms. Henson understood that Christ’s Church In Action (CCIA), when they had attempted to make a presentation before the Meridian City Council recently, was not asking the city council to investigate the arson against their church, but to investigate the (former) mayor’s office[1] for the crimes they committed in covering up that arson and obstructing the police investigation. 

According to Ms. Johnson, Ms. Henson started going on and on, and said, among other things, that the reason the Meridian City Council didn’t do anything was because the arson was still an open investigation.   Ms. Johnson tried to tell her that the police had closed it, but Ms. Henson said she was talking about the fire department’s investigation.  (Actually, Ms. Henson again missed Ms. Johnson’s point, which was: CCIA wasn’t talking about investigating the arson itself, but about investigating the former mayor and his administration who conspired with the police to commit deprivation of rights under color of law.) 

Anyway, when Ms. Johnson tried to nicely point this out to her, Ms. Henson started getting rude with Ms. Johnson and said, “This isn’t the proper time,” and “YOU NEED TO TALK TO THE FIRE CHIEF ABOUT THIS.” 

 So, since the Meridian Fire Department Chief, Jeff Homan, was standing a few yards away, Ms. Johnson said, “Okay,” and proceeded to go talk to him, as Ms. Henson had directed. She told Chief Homan that Ms. Henson said she should talk to him.  Ms. Johnson told me that she had hardly gotten any words out of her mouth, when Chief Homan started “pummeling” her verbally and telling her things like: 

“We turned it over to the police; our job is over after we do that—we have nothing more to do with it.  What we do is, we first determine the origin of the fire and if it was arson; then our job is over, we hand it over to the police and that is the end of our responsibility,” etc.  (Ms. Johnson said that his tone and attitude was abrasive.  She told me that she had never spoken with the fire chief before, and that he has ignored various correspondence she has sent him.)

 Ms. Johnson told the chief that the police had closed the case in March of 2005, even though they hadn’t investigated it properly.  She told him that even though on the police side the investigation is closed, the city council was saying that they couldn’t do anything (about the denial of equal protection under the law) because the investigation is still open.  Chief Homan said, “Well, we (the fire department) always keep an arson investigation open in case something or someone surfaces in the future.”

 This is a trick.  When an official wants to be derelict in what they know they should do according to law, they will come up with something that sounds good to try and deflect the responsibility away from themselves. 

The trick they use is this: 

1.     They say that they can’t do anything because it is an “open investigation.”

2.     Yet, it’s not an open investigation on the police side: they closed it.

3.     The investigation on the fire department’s side IS still open, giving those other officials their excuse; and, according to the fire chief they never close it.  Hence, that excuse is always there.

4.     So, if the fire department side never closes it, and no one can do anything or provide information to the victims as long as the investigation is open, then the victims can never get any information or have anyone do anything, even though, in reality, it is the POLICE investigation that is closed, and the victims should be able to get information about a crime that was committed against them, and have someone investigate why the police never investigated it properly and closed it after doing such an extremely terrible job. 

I KNOW IT’S CONFUSING; THAT IS THEIR INTENT.  They don’t want any “civilians” to ever figure out their tricks, either.  That is why the criminals and their ilk get so angry at websites like this and at the people who expose them!  (By the way, notice that Ms. Henson and Chief Homan were still missing the point that it is not the arson investigation itself that CCIA is interested in at this point; it is the deprivation of rights under color of law that was committed by the former mayor and the police department who conspired together to make sure that the arson was never investigated properly if at all. See POLICE FRAUD & DECEPTION, PART I: Details of Methodology of Mayor-directed, Police Chief-effected, Council-allowed Cover up Revealed!, and Parts 2 and 3, and BERACHOT'S ANALYSIS

Ms. Johnson said that she felt like she was the monkey in the “monkey in the middle” game.  This game is played like this: someone tosses a ball for you to catch, but they throw it over your head to another person, and when you turn to the other person to catch it, that person throws it back to the first person.   No wonder she’s tired.  And people keep criticizing her and saying that she is “wordy,” and/or confrontational; she is just trying to get someone to listen; and they won’t because they don’t want to take their responsibility to act according to the law. 

By the way, another trick that the bad guys use is:

1.     They gag you and limit your time to an impossibly small amount to get your evidence across, if you try to bring up a subject in a public forum;

2.     They won’t take or return phone calls (these are public officials; so-called “public servants!”);

3.     So if you then try to bring up a subject or a question when you see them, they say, “this isn’t the proper time.”  When you ask them when would be the proper time, they say, “Call me”;

4.     See #2. 

QUESTION:  Does Ms. Henson know that when the fire department leaves an arson investigation open like that, it’s just “open,” and that they aren’t doing anything, even though it’s an “open” investigation?  That they just “leave it open ‘just in case’” someone or something surfaces in the future?  However, the police, have closed their investigation, so how could anything or anyone surface in the future, when the police have closed the investigation and THEREFORE ARE NOT INVESTIGATING?  (See what a nice trick they pull?  They have it “sewed up,” air tight, so that they can stonewall you and you will never get justice.) You would think that Ms. Henson would know the workings of the fire department, being a city council woman for so many years whose husband used to be a Meridian fireman.  But, of course, we know that she was just giving Ms. Johnson the runaround, AGAIN. (See QUOTE(S) OF THE WEEK! Barbara Henson) 

So, congratulations to Chief Homan and Ms. Henson, who again confused issues and gave one of the victims the “runaround.” 

We guess Chief Homan was really caught off guard at actually having to TALK to one of the victims. It is too bad that Chief Homan can’t just be honest, and stop this cycle.  It is too bad SOMEBODY can’t just be honest and do what is right. 

Speaking of that, I understand that there is a new mayor in Meridian, Mississippi: Cheri Barry.  We hope she won’t allow this type of thing anymore.  It will be interesting to see what she is made of.





By the way, I found the following article quite interesting, particularly the last line (highlighed).



NH man charged 23 quadrillion dollars for smokes

(AP) – Information from: WMUR-TV, https://wmur.com

 Jul 15, 2009

MANCHESTER, N.H. — A New Hampshire man says he swiped his debit card at a gas station to buy a pack of cigarettes and was charged over 23 quadrillion dollars.

Josh Muszynski (Moo-SIN'-ski) checked his account online a few hours later and saw the 17-digit number — a stunning $23,148,855,308,184,500 (twenty-three quadrillion, one hundred forty-eight trillion, eight hundred fifty-five billion, three hundred eight million, one hundred eighty-four thousand, five hundred dollars).

Muszynski says he spent two hours on the phone with Bank of America trying to sort out the string of numbers and the $15 overdraft fee.

The bank corrected the error the next day.

Bank of America tells WMUR-TV only the card issuer, Visa, could answer questions. Visa, in turn, referred questions to the bank.

(EDITOR’S NOTE:  Isn’t that what the city of Meridian, Mississippi has been doing to the people of Christ’s Church In Action all along?  Yes—we call it “giving them the runaround.”)  


[1] John Robert Smith


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