Crime

We were in a relationship for 21 months. I was in love with you Jake you were everything I could ever ask for, you were always sweet and nice to me, after 10 months into the relationship we decided we'll live together in a small apartment near college, when we had sex you never did anything I didn't wanted you to do, until you did. My friends and I went to a party one night, it was a girls night out, You went out with your friends too. When I returned to the apartment you were already there waiting for me it was around 5am, you started telling me you owned me, that I will never leave you, I blamed it on the alcohol and ignored it, didn't thought much about it both of us were drunk. The next morning when I woke up you were checking my texts and started questioning my about every...
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You ruined me, your brought me down in every single way. For some reason I didn't want to leave you and give up what I thought was the two best things I had in life, which were money and drugs. That is what it was all about. Grinding day in and day out to push drugs. Nothing was stopping me. Soon I would move up and own the streets and run the empire. Man, I can;t image what it would be like to this day if I never got busted. It was a November afternoon when I saw the police lights. I knew it was all over from there and everything I had done and worked for was suddenly gone and now nothing. Getting busted could of been one of the best things for me. Now that you got me facing multiple felonies and possibly ending the rest of my life at the young age of nineteen, I was truly lost. I...
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how do you live with yourself after physically and sexually assaulting hundreds of enslaved women and children? impoverished women who have come to the united states in the hopes of better lives for themselves and their families? women who have never had the luxury of running water? women who have been promised opportunities to work & to live where food, water, and shelter are not scarce - opportunities seemingly otherwise unattainable? imagine for a moment the image of a woman coming to the realization that she has been deceived and that she has fallen victim to an elaborate lie - a scheme that will inevitably be the reason she never sees her family again, will lead to her being forced to sacrifice her body, her mind, and her health completely; the betrayer devotes her body to you and...
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This is a copy of the letter I shared with Governor Walker, among other Alaskan officials. I have not received a response. I feel that it is time to share it with my community. "Alaska is my home. It is not right that I do not feel safe when I come home. I am writing you this letter on behalf of my fellow Alaskan women, and Alaskan residents in general. I have experienced a truly traumatic and terrible thing. I believe that it is the duty of the law enforcement and officials in the state of Alaska to bring myself and my peers justice and, most importantly, safety. On June 21st, 2014 I became a victim of rape. The man who raped me was the same man that I thought I loved; the same man that I thought loved me. I loved him like I have never loved anyone before, and hopefully never will...
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Open letter to the Minister of National Security (Trinidad and Tobago), Retired Brig Edmund Dillon, Honorable Minister, Does Trinidad and Tobago have a Gun Problem or a Gang Problem? Where is your focus? You said in Parliament on January 12th, 2016 that there is no spike in murders based on the recent murders for the year 2016. You then went on to make the case that the recent murders were gang related. What you failed to highlight unless this aspect of your speech was not covered in the media is that all of these gang related murders were GUN related murders. Isn’t it a bit disingenuous and insensitive to brush off the recent violent crimes as gang related without admitting that we have a serious illegal firearm problem in Trinidad and Tobago? You are not the first Minister...
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I still remember that day so vividly, and it still makes me cry. Nearly two years later. You took something from you that can never be replaced. I didn't tell anyone. And still almost no one knows. It wasn't like what most people talk about. It wasn't overly violent. And maybe that's why I didn't say anything. you never hit me, or ripped my clothes off, your method was much more psychological. You kept saying please after every time you told me no. And after the fifth time you just started taking my clothes off. And I knew I couldn't get away. My heart pounded loudly in my ears as you seemed to be enjoying my insistent pleas against what you were doing. And I think all of this would be so much easier if you were a stranger. But you weren't. You were the boyfriend of my best friend...
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Honestly, I don't know where i should begin. Honestly there are things i don't think you would understand, nor care about hearing from me or my sister. did you know? I have a sister. there are two of us. Two of us that are roaming this earth with a piece of us missing every single day. A Piece of us that can't be bought back, replaced or made up for. A Piece that YOU, sir took from us. September, 23rd, 2009. Six years ago you loaded up a 20 Gauge shotgun and took two lives. As my father laid in the bed asleep, you loaded that gun up and you plotted to murder him. Not only him, but your own sister who was sleeping beside him. Did you know that me and my sister found out our father was murdered through the internet? can you imagine that? Imagine waking up and turning on the news to see...
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To Mayor Sly James and Chief of Police Darryl Forté: I am about to make a radical suggestion, an idea that runs counter to prevailing thought on justified police actions: that every civilian, even those that open fire on police officers or innocent bystanders, deserves to live. That it is right and just that all Kansas Citians, not matter how deranged or violent, deserve to see their constitutionally-guaranteed day in court. It may seem a strange idea to those conditioned to assume anyone who fires a gun at others has automatically given up his or her right to life, even if said person suffers from mental illness. Here I suggest a higher form of ethical thinking. In light of yesterday’s condemnatory report in The Kansas City Star that found 47 Kansas Citians died in...
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To: The United States Armed Forces. There isn't any reason to doubt the intentions of Barack Obama. No further proof or discussions need to be provided. The many acts of treason, the laws he has broken, and his efforts to destroy this country are obvious to the casual observer. As an American Citizen I call on you to do your job and without further delay arrest Barack Obama for treason. I don't want to hear you say that you don't know if you have the authority to do so. You do have the authority and you know that. Also to remove his entire administration from their posts. Congress as a whole is also guilty of treason. Your failure to do so will make you guilty of treason as well. So do your job or resign your post. Or be a traitor, the choice is yours.
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We met when we were both 16 years old. Life was cars and boys for me, cars and girls for you. We became best friends and connected in a special way because we were both previous victims of sexual abuse. We both promised that we would never inflict that kind of pain on a child. We talked sometimes about the memories that haunted us, about the shadows that followed us. You told me you were in love with me more than once but it took a very long time for my feelings to grow into that. You were always there to pick up the pieces when relationships fell apart. You were the one constant I could always count on. You were the permanence I thought I needed. That is how you became my daughters step-father and our worst nightmare. (How could you do this to us? I TRUSTED YOU!) When my...
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