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Walking Tall for Justice” State-Wide Tour Comes to the Infamous Willowbrook State School

The Jonathan Carey Foundation (JCF), along with the Disability Rights Project (DRP), have teamed up to expose and clean up New York State’s extremely dangerous and deadly mental health care system. Put simply, the reforms initiated by NY State have failed to clean up the rampant abuse that has led to the death and maiming of countless developmentally disabled residents of the state-run system
By |October 30th, 2015|Latest News|0 Comments

ABC News: NY Agency to Protect the Disabled Rarely Brings Charges

In a video he made with his PlayStation, a 12-year-old developmentally disabled boy in a group home points to his swollen right eye and says, "Mom, this is what it looks like. ... He slammed me."
By |October 28th, 2015|Latest News|0 Comments

Immediate reporting to 911 law is critical to save lives of 1,000,000 people with disabilities in New York State

For Immediate Release:                                                                             Thursday October 22, 2015

Immediate & direct reporting to 911 law is critical to protect and save lives of 1,000,000 people with disabilities in NYS. The discrimination against our most vulnerable must end.

The “Walking Tall for Justice” Statewide tour will be in Rochester today. Countless innocent children and adults in NYS run or […]

By |October 22nd, 2015|Latest News|0 Comments

VIDEO: Michael Carey at Syracuse City Hall – Walking Tall for Justice Tour

Fox 40 WICZ TV interviews Disability Rights Project's Michael Carey at Syracuse City hall
By |October 21st, 2015|Latest News|0 Comments

WENY NEWS: County to County Fighting For Those Without A Voice

A quick search of O.D Heck facility and you'll find multiple abuse cases, some leading to death.
By |October 20th, 2015|Latest News|0 Comments

Exposing the truth about the State Abuse hotline titled “The Justice Center for the Protection of People with Special Needs”

The State Justice Center abuse hotline has released false information regarding what investigations they are and are not doing and is directly involved in staggering numbers of cover-ups of crimes against the disabled (documents available to media). The “Walking Tall for Justice” State-wide tour is in Syracuse today.
By |October 20th, 2015|Latest News|0 Comments

The “Walking Tall for Justice” Statewide Tour is in Binghamton & Ithaca NY today.

Advocates for people with disabilities shine the light on the rampant abuse, neglect and deaths occurring in residential care facilities in New York State in attempts to end the discrimination, save lives and assist in bringing forth Justice.
The “Walking Tall for Justice” Statewide Tour is in Binghamton & Ithaca NY today. The Jonathan Carey Foundation […]

By |October 19th, 2015|Latest News|0 Comments

Adirondack Daily Enterprise: Advocate wants to make 911 stick

Carey, an advocate for people with disabilities, began a three-week, statewide tour he calls "Walking Tall for Justice" at the state Capitol in Albany Tuesday to draw attention to his claims of a systemic effort by the state to discriminate against people with disabilities.
By |October 19th, 2015|Latest News|0 Comments

“Walking Tall for Justice” State-Wide Tour in Utica & Rome New York today

Michael Carey, Brad Gerstman and Robert Santoriella together are offering real help, assistance and JUSTICE to victims and their families. “It is critical that parents and legal guardians know the truth of the severe dangers in these facilities and group homes and what to do to better protect their loved ones.
By |October 16th, 2015|Latest News|0 Comments

11 to 12 Deaths of our Disabled are occurring in Residential Care Facilities on average every day…

For Immediate Release:  Thursday, October 15, 2015

The Jonathan Carey Foundation (JCF) along with the Disability Rights Project (DRP) team up to expose and clean up New York State’s extremely dangerous and deadly mental health care system. “Severe problems remain State-wide and emergency actions are vital immediately to save lives. People with disabilities are precious human […]

By |October 15th, 2015|Latest News|0 Comments