Re: The life of a child
About This Site
News & Events
Bookstore
Message Board
Memorials
Guest Book
Articles
Resources
Links
Contact Us
ADC Message Board
Msg BoardView RepliesPost a ReplyOriginal MsgTerms of Use
From: Denise
Date: Thursday, December 07, 2017 12:26 PM
To: Andy
Subject: Re: The life of a child
Update-- went yesterday. I won't be able to attend anymore which is fine because today is last day for the attorneys to make their case to the jury for either death or life in prison and hen the jury will go into decide.

I had a moment yesterday, to be honest-- I'm a very peaceable passive even personality type **except in this case of a 270 lb man torturing and beating an 8 yr old to death.

There's some things in life that need to be said, someone should have spoke up for Gabriel a long time ago-- someone should've spoke up for him a long time ago so yesterday I did.

By coincidence the jury wasn't there because a juror was out so it was a non eventful morning-- I thought of Gabriel. I looked at the clock and saw it was almost 11:30 and recalled that was the time the paramedics were called for Gabriel after he was beat unconscious- was in the news. I thought well fair is fair, what better time to tell the defendant something than 11:30? As the judge finished talking I waited to show respect for the Judge and didn't want to interrupt him, the judge said it would be a break for lunch and as the bailiff had the defendant stand up, I spoke up. I said what should've been said a long time ago, my words yelled out broke through the atmosphere and most important were for Gabriel and the defendent heard every word I said what I thought of him

I didn't get in trouble at all, actually two deputies told me they understand my anger and one walked me to the elevator-- she asked if it felt good saying those things and asked how I felt, I said I feel great, it needed to be said... I feel like I won the lottery and she said take care

 
 
   
Back to Top
Copyright © 1995 - 2017 The ADC Project.  All rights reserved.
Webmaster:  Will Guggenheim