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(PAMELA MASSAGE) June 25, 2003

New York, June 23, 2003—Africans In America shows cause for further investigation of the 19 years old Nigerian girl stabbed to death in her $ 2,000/month apartment at 60th Street and 1st Avenue. She may have been a victim of human trafficking and planning to escape her circumstances. The young girl arrived in New York in 1994, around the age of 9 years old. Police report that she was a prostitute for the past three years. Police also report that she may not be Nigerian, even though she has a Nigerian passport. Typically, the biological family of a wayward continental African child would immediately send the child back to their homeland to have his/her behavior corrected. This raises questions about the young woman’s true identity and true biological family and how she was brought into the United States.

Abuse of Teenager in Escambia County Jail Contrary to Florida State Law. Basic human rights of Daniel Carter are violated before case goes to trial.

Pensacola, FL (PAMELA MASSAGE) June 27, 2003 -

The Escambia County Jail, where the King Brothers were detained, appears to defy Florida law requiring juveniles to be isolated from adults in custody. Recently, guards displayed blatant disregard of inmate protocol on Daniel Carter’s 16th birthday with a degrading episode of humiliation.

Correctional officers escorted Daniel from his required isolation cell in the Special Housing area of Escambia County Jail to a common transition area, preparing him to transfer into the adult population. While in the common transition area, he was ordered to remove all of his clothes in order for guards to search him in front of more than 50 taunting and jeering adult inmates in the surrounding area. The teen was then told to redress as the adult inmates continued to look on in amusement.

Daniel was moved back to Special Housing after this shocking incident “until his birthday was over” where he was told he was going back to the adult area. Then Daniel informed the correctional officers that he was only 16. The correctional officers that subjected him to the public disrobing claim they thought he had turned 18. This incident is only one of several Daniel has revealed in which he has been subject to contact with adult inmates including being transported to court, shackled, sitting next to a convicted child molester.

This incident is a clear violation of Florida law. Fla. Stat. § 985.215 states, “A child taken into custody for prosecution as an adult shall be housed separately from adult inmates to prohibit a child from having regular contact with incarcerated adults. Regular contact means sight and sound contact. Separation of children from adults shall permit no more than haphazard or accidental contact.”

Escambia County Jail Director Dennis Williams, who seemed genuinely interested in correcting the procedural breech, initiated an internal review of this incident. His report of the incident is not completed yet.

Daniel has been held at Escambia County Jail for 10 months waiting for his day in court. Though Daniel is presumed innocent until proven guilty, he is still in an adult jail being treated improperly according to Florida law. Florida’s prosecutors seem oblivious to the inadequacies of their detention centers as they continue to process juveniles as adults; Daniel’s treatment is proof of the inadequacy.

Unfortunately, there is no one to protect Daniel from this type of abuse while he is waiting for a new trial date and lawyer since his lawyer, James Stokes recently died in an aircraft accident. Daniel misses the daily presence and legal counsel of Stokes. His hope for the future now looks bleak and his expectations of an acquittal are minuscule without proper counsel. Daniel is also trying to cope with the loss of a father figure that he so desperately needed.

Daniel had just passed his 15th birthday when he awoke from his bed to a vicious assault from his intoxicated uncle, Jack Carter. The ensuing altercation resulted in wounds to Daniel and Jack with one wound fatal to his uncle. Daniel’s actions of self-defense were mistakenly and he has been charged with premeditated first-degree murder.

If he is convicted of this charge as an adult, he will be imprisoned for the rest of his life. The circumstances of this “crime” clearly and unequivocally point to a claim of self-defense.

Please help Daniel Carter by giving to his Defense Fund. Make Checks payable to the Daniel Carter Defense Fund account #0040042375 and mail to:


Cordova Branch

5150 N. 9th Ave

Pensacola, Florida 32514


Sponsored by Kidsincourt:

Kids in Court is a children’s advocate group that is opposed to transferring youths charged with a crime from rehabilitation based juvenile courts, into the adult punishment-based prison system. Kidsincourt members include mothers, fathers, concerned citizens, legal and medical professionals, former child prisoners and their families.

For more information, please visit and or contact Donna Gallegos at 270-415-9955 or email

Italy 4 Real helps make teen’s wish to tour Italy come true — Make-A-Wish Foundation teams up with local travel company –


based travel company specializing in small group tours to Italy and Europe, was approached by the Make-A-Wish Foundation® to grant a local teen her dream to experience Italy. The Make-A-Wish Foundation is a national non-profit organization that grants wishes to children with life-threatening medical conditions.

“Italy 4 Real is proud to partner with the local chapter of the Make-A-Wish Foundation,” said Deborah de Maio, chief executive officer at Italy 4 Real. “If we can play a part in realizing the dream of a young girl who has gone through so much in her life, then we feel we’ve accomplished something good and meaningful. This is truly an honor to us.”

Italy 4 Real is a local tour company that offers exclusive small group tours to Italy of 16 guests or less, visiting handpicked locations, quaint inns, with unique itineraries.


(PAMELA MASSAGE) July 25, 2003

In an endeavor to boost travel to South East Asia once again, SOTC, the Outbound division of India’s largest travel company – Kuoni Travel (India) Pvt. Ltd, has launched a range of phenomenally attractive products to exotic destinations of the Far East. This monsoon, Indian travellers will be treated to some fantastic and extra-ordinary offers from SOTC, targeting in particular the family segment. The slashed prices of these packages are all-inclusive and the customer pays nothing else! What’s more, SOTC has introduced some exciting new packages to Europe as well at incredibly low prices including FREE shopping worth US $ 500.

Commenting on the launch of its Monsoon Campaign, Mr. Frederick Divecha, Senior Vice President, SOTC said, “With advisory board’s declaring South East Asian countries safe finally, travel to these destinations have resumed, for leisure as well as for business. Taking advantage of this fact, we have introduced exciting new products to encourage customers to travel to the Far East again. We are confident that our extremely attractive pricing will be instrumental for travel to gain momentum and renew interest to these destinations.”

SOTC’s brand new Far East and Europe bonanza will entice Indian families to experience a great holiday abroad at some of the most scenic destinations at unbelievably low prices.These package tour prices include cost of return airfare in economy class, accommodation in fine hotels, assistance of a SOTC Tour Manager, sightseeing, surface transportation, coach tours, transfers, entrance fees, visa charges and airport taxes. And of course, travellers will continue to enjoy some scrumptious Indian meals on their tour to Far East and Europe, courtesy an on-tour Indian chef – one of the hallmarks of SOTC’s escorted tours.

In an attempt to further kindle the renewed interest for eastbound travel, SOTC’s Far East prices are ALL – Inclusive wherein the traveler “pays nothing else”. Starting at an unbelievable price of only Rs. 22, 000, the traveler can choose from a variety of holiday options. These range from Far East Odyssey covering Bangkok, Pattaya and Singapore (7 days), Bangkok and Pattaya in Magical Thailand (5 days), Bangkok and Phuket in Thai Fantasy (5 days) as well as Oriental Pearls encompassing Bangkok, Pattaya, Kuala Lumpur and Singapore (9 days). Also, SOTC’s delightful 14-day Grand Tour of Europe at just US $ 1699 will cover iconic destinations such as Germany, Italy, France, Holland, Belgium and England including 6 days in Switzerland. While the exhilarating 19-day Classic Tour of Europe encompasses Germany, Austria, Italy, France, Holland, Belgium and England including 6 days in Switzerland and 1 night in Duty Free Dubai.


CARMEL, CA (PAMELA MASSAGE) July 28, 2003 -for-

Profit Corporation whose mission is to serve multiple sclerosis patients in Monterey, San Benito and Santa Cruz Counties, today announced that local endurance horse rider, multiple sclerosis patient and MSQLP spokeswoman, Alexandra North, will compete in the 21st Annual Swanton Pacific race in Davenport on August 9, 2003. By competing in the Swanton Pacific, Alexandra hopes to raise money for MSQLP and invites the community to sponsor her. Currently, MSQLP is seeking funding from corporate, community and individual philanthropists for the purpose of hiring a medical social worker who will serve ambulatory and home-bound multiple sclerosis patients in the tri-County area. Every member of the community who sponsors Alexandra in the Swanton Pacific will receive a keepsake, 8.5” x 11” digital, autographed photo of Alexandra and her Arabian Mare, Butter Bea.

Tax-deductible contributions can be mailed to: MSQLP, P.O. Box 223537, Carmel, California 93922-3537. Within one week after the race, autographed photos will be mailed to the addresses that appear on the checks, unless otherwise specified.

“In May 2002, MSQLP released a Needs Assessment Survey for multiple sclerosis patients in the tri-County area,” said Dr. Lotte Marcus, President and Chairman of MSQLP, Carmel psychologist, and recipient of the 2003 Spirit Award for her work with multiple sclerosis patients. “The survey revealed that Monterey, San Benito and Santa Cruz Counties are home to some 1,200 people suffering from multiple sclerosis. Most importantly, the survey indicated that what’s important to people suffering from multiple sclerosis, whether they’ve just been diagnosed or whether they’ve lived with the disease for 20 years, is the little things. For instance: the flat tire on a wheelchair that, for whatever reason and despite repeated requests, has never gotten around to being repaired. The way a patient was ‘dumped’ at the door of her house because the paratransit driver did not have the requisite insurance that would permit him to escort her inside. The doctor who, having fallen behind in his schedule, can’t spare a few minutes to answer the questions a patient has waited three weeks to get the courage to ask. A trained medical social worker can successfully navigate through these road blocks, and improve the quality of life for people who suffer from multiple sclerosis.”

“The Swanton Pacific is a great way for me and Butter Bea to keep in shape, especially with the Pan American Championships coming up in September 2003,” said Alexandra. “If my passion for horses and endurance riding also helps a vital community resource like MSQLP succeed, then that’s an added bonus.”

Dr. Marcus and Alexandra North welcome opportunities to speak to the tri-County community about multiple sclerosis. Please contact Judy Plummer, at (831) 335-4937 or for more information, or to request an appearance.

Endurance ride horses receive the very best of care, with regular breaks for food, water, rest and veterinary checks. Races are governed by the AERC, which has developed rules and strict controls to ensure the health and welfare of the horses competing in endurance rides. The AERC sanctions more than 700 rides each year. To access Alexandra’s ride history, visit AERC online, at For more information about the Swanton Pacific race, visit

About Alexandra North

An avid horsewoman since the age of eight, North started endurance riding in 1995, a few months before she was diagnosed with multiple sclerosis. In spite of unpredictable and sporadic symptoms, North continues to pursue her passion for riding because of the healing effects it provides. After learning about the Multiple Sclerosis Quality of Life Project (MSQLP), she now competes to raise funds for MSQLP. In 2002, North and her horse, Butter Bea, ranked fourth in the nation for miles raced, won the American Endurance Ride Conference’s (AERC) coveted War Mare award, the Pioneer Award for the middleweight division, took first place in the West region Middleweight Division and the West Region overall. North recently completed a 100-mile ride to gain her Certificate of Capability that qualifies her to nominate for the September 2003 Pan American Endurance Championships, held in Washington State. Participation in the Pan American creates a possibility to be on the United States Equestrian Team that will go on to the World Endurance Cup held in Dubai, United Arab Emirates in December 2004. Formerly with Dunlap, Slade, Lubow in Carmel, North launched her own CPA practice in 1999 so she would have more flexibility to participate in endurance rides. Prior to Dunlap, Slade, Lubow, North was with Maryanov Madsen Gordon & Campbell in Palm Springs. North holds a BA in Journalism from Humboldt State University, Arcata, California, and received her certificate in Financial Accounting from National University in San Diego.

About Dr. Lotte Marcus

Dr. Lotte Marcus, President and Chairman of the Multiple Sclerosis Quality of Life Project, is a clinical psychologist in private practice in Carmel, California, and was a lecturer in the Department of Community Medicine at the University of California, San Francisco. Dr. Marcus has treated many clients with multiple sclerosis. She has also worked with multiple sclerosis clients at the rehabilitation facility, Transitions, in Gilroy, California. Dr. Marcus, with her husband Alan, is the author of “Reflections on the Culture, Politics and Psychology of Multiple Sclerosis,” as well as numerous publications on illness counseling. Under the auspices of the Silicon Valley Chapter of the National Multiple Sclerosis Society and Multiple Sclerosis Community Services of Salinas, Dr. Marcus has made many presentations to multiple sclerosis to patients. She has also addressed physicians at the Community Hospital of the Monterey peninsula, at the University of California, San Francisco, and at Sutter Medical Center in Santa Rosa (formerly Santa Rosa Community hospital). On June 12, 2003, Dr. Marcus received The Spirit Award, presented by the Freedom To Live Foundation in Los Angeles, in recognition of her services.

About the Multiple Sclerosis Quality of Life Project

The Multiple Sclerosis Quality of Life Project (MSQLP), in cooperation with the Silicon Valley Chapter of the National Multiple Sclerosis Society, is a 501 (c) (3) Non-Profit Corporation dedicated to improving the quality of life for people with multiple sclerosis and their families in Monterey, San Benito and Santa Cruz Counties. Based on the results of a Needs Assessment Survey released by MSQLP in 2002, there is a need for integrated, client-centered, care management plans to ensure that multiple sclerosis patients aren’t slipping through the cracks of the health care system. MSQLP is committed to fulfilling this need by hiring a medical social worker who will serve ambulatory and home-bound multiple sclerosis patients in the tri-County area to help them overcome the physical and/or emotional problems that have made life more difficult. For more information about MSQLP or to volunteer your time and talent, call MSQLP at: 831-457-7786.Tax-deductible contributions can be mailed to: MSQLP, P.O. Box 223537, Carmel, CA 93922-3537.

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