Two days ago I came across this situation covered by YouTube video clips. This seems to be a situation which was YouTubed a year or two ago, events which occurred between 2004-2008, but I’m not sure what the current status of this case is. All I can tell from what I’ve learned, is that the guy uses the alias, phildrice1.—So, I assume his name is Phil Drice!(?)
This woman’s mother was almost gassed to death, and she testifies to being accused of robbing another tenant. phildrice1 is being labelled as a chronic complainer, and being subjected to eviction.
By the way, who is phildrice1?—He is a disabled Vietnam war veteran, who not only served his country in combat, but now is involved in the civil rights war for people with disabilities and senior citizens.
The other night, after getting this far in the story, I ran out of time. Today, when I got up I located phildrice1’s YouTube channel, logged-in to YouTube, and left comments for him to try and get help from Not Dead Yet and ADAPT. I left the links to their blog and website, and saw the comments after I posted them.
Not long after, when I was trying to read info’ on who phildrice1 is, and trying to find more recent updates than seven months ago, I loaded his page again and noticed that somebody deleted my comments.
Finally, somebody spells-it-out, that people with disabilities are inmates. This place he’s dealing with is a low-income housing project populated with Disabled People and senior citizens. I’ve always considered long-term care institutions as concentration camps, but it’s obvious in this video series, that low-income housing projects are concentration camps, too.
I can’t help but admire this dude!—He’s got names, criminal elements involved, the legal and political authorities who are just playing games with the trail of murders and robberies committed.—Phillipe Drice rocks! They tried to bribe him with eight months free rent, just to shut-up!
This situation involves who knows how many other people, besides the ones Phil Drice knows of personally.—Yet, he has fought for these people’s justice, single-handedly. This is proving a point I’ve made a few times, that if the legal system is not going to serve you, and you will never be allowed to see justice served, the Rule of Law has no more authority over you.
This is the final in the series of his video clips. I think this guy really needs help, and he is doing this not just for himself, but for the people around him. This video explains more about himself, and his background.
I want to ask Disability Rights organizations and war veterans groups to get in contact with Phillipe Drice, and make sure that he wins his case. To win the case he is waging for the victims in the concentration camp where those crimes have been committed, is going to be a winning case for the victims of all the concentration camps.
I think this can be a big boost in forcing the government to recognize vulnerable citizens’ right to desegregation, and to pass the Community Choice Act.