Jace and I just made the trip to Mt Rushmore. I have always loved Lincoln. Tall, proud, forthright. He wasn't a man easily swayed. He knew the truth of things, and tried to be a good person. I try to live by his 'religion': And I think, for the most part, things are pretty obvious. … Continue reading Land of Lincoln
Jace and I have been struggling, to say the least. We are up against trial two, our backs to the wall, fighting with everything we've got. Unfortunately, over five years into this personal hell hasn't left us with much! Our fortitude, resilience, mental health - have all suffered greatly. Currently, I feel like someone who … Continue reading Afraid of the Unknown
I have been working on a new presentation that would explore one of the many ways these stings are a steel trap for our unsuspecting loved ones - namely court ordered 'therapy'. After my presentation last fall at the NARSOL conference, a situation arose with a co-advocates son. He, like all who take a plea … Continue reading Where there’s Smoke, there’s Fire!
This posting is a shout-out to our friend and co-advocate Debi down in Florida. Her son was previously convicted and incarcerated from a police proactive sex sting. He just recently won his appeal and we are all so ridiculously happy for them. My tongue, or fingers, often stumble over saying 'congratulations' in these cases, as … Continue reading Congratulations!
My friends Esther and Ray are facing a choice. Their son Brian has been taken from them. Their own government has conspired against them, repeatedly, and things are now down to the wire. What is most important to them in their lives? Esther and I had this conversation last night. Do you play it 'safe', … Continue reading How far can you be pushed?