The World's View

Julie Marks

Los Angeles, United States

Artist's Description

When I was three, I attended pre-school
and the teacher assigned her nursery
school class to create a drawing of
the world’s view. In 1950 my view
was published in the Los Angeles
Times and showed a chaotic scribble
of a world in chaos. I took this photo
of a tile and changed the image in
post-production and it still looks like
my perception of our damaged planet
and the people who lived on it who
at a young age, I perceived the
chaos of Earth. My opinion of
the world’s condition has not
changed as exemplified in
this photograph that I refer
to as photo-art. I have never
changed my views on the
crimes committed when “cops
play doctors” and send them
to jail for many years, including
life sentences. I knew Siobhan
Reynolds when she was fifteen
and now is forty-eight years old.
She is the president of the pain
relief network (PRN). You can
see her amazing work online
meeting with attorney generals
and imprisoned doctors who
do not even have a conference
with peer review to present
her and Frank Fisher’s conference
to change the control substance’s
act to release the doctors who
are sentenced for treating people
so they won’t die of a stroke or
a heart attacked that is a result
of untreated pain. It was tragic
for Siobhan whose husband
died because the doctor would
not fill his prescription for the
torture and agony he suffered.
Now she is profoundly concerned
since her son suffers from the same
disease. She is an amazing woman
and has been able to reduce or release
doctors from prison after their licenses
have been suspended and their
life is severely impacted. I hope
you google the pain relief network
to understand this tragic situation.
Millions have died and the report
of death is of a stroke or heart attack
when untreated pain. Several doctors
have committed suicide rather than the
spend a lifetime in jail.I wrote about
this issue in 2006, a tree abstract
titled, “The Criminalization of pain.”
I donate to the PRN when I can
and will help her fight this critical
battle in Congress to save the life
of her son and many others. She
is a heroic woman and sleeps only
a few hours a night to work on
her important mission and thankfully
she has made progress as a tenacious
and courageous woman and dear friend.
Please view this in the large format.

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