The movie, “The Conspirator,” tells the tale of a time when President Lincoln was assassinated and the following court hearing to determine who would be held responsible for such a dastardly deed. As I watched, mainly for the insight on this historic event, which has some quite graphic violence included initially, I became glued to my television with the unfolding of all that occurred at that time. My interest escalated as the higher political characters resorted to holding a woman accountable as a major conspirator to this tragic affair, and my anger soared as I witnessed the portrayal of a very dysfunctional judicial system such as it existed back in the day. As I continued to watch this incredible movie, produced by Robert Redford, my blood began to boil as I observed the shenanigans’ of the higher powers that be, for that time, in the way they manipulated events to be brought to a conclusion that had nothing to do with true justice or the way our forefathers intended true justice to evolve. Not wanting to give away all that took place in this incredibly powerful movie of historic events, such adverse coercion and manipulation, apart from what the facts determinately showed, reminded me of current times. I can’t reiterate how many times I have received stories of injustice, violation of civil rights, and unethical familiarities that have led to legal and judicial decisions that had nothing to do with the evidence presented, the testimonies given, or the truth of what actually existed. Sadly, in this movie, with each witness that presented themselves on the stand, coerced by the prosecutor to say that which they desired to hear, apart from what the truth actually was, poor Mary Surratt took the fall, as no more than an example, for a son so despicable that he wouldn’t step forward to save his mother and take the blame for which he was justly worthy of. Leaving, probably, the only truth-seeking, defending, attorney that ever existed, to wallow in a shattered life as a result of his committment to fighting for what he truly believed was, and appeared to be, the truth, Mary Surratt’s innocence. This is a truly great movie, produced by one of our greatest actors ever, but it tells of horrors that continue to exist in our judicial and legal system today.
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This latest article that I wrote for Kindle tells of the deviant acts and practices of Child Protective Services and my personal experience with this department. Vital information for someone going through something similar, about to have dealings with this department, or if you know of someone in that position. Shows how the other departments are scared of CPS and avoids confronting them. Addresses the overall corruption, dysfunction, and inappropriateness of the systems that are supposed to protect us and reiterates the many areas in which they fail. Personally, I share experiences that my youngest son and I have had with this department, and the intentional conspiracy, perjury, and fraudulent practices of one or more of the social workers that me, my son, and the entire family was forced to have dealings with. Forewarned is forearmed, and ignorance in this subject could be detrimental to you, your children, and your family as a whole.
Just wanted to let you know that I am now a published author having my first article published on Kindle, “1960’s English, Lazy, Crazy, Days of Summer!” Check it out! I know my high school teacher, who always encouraged me to become an author will be very happy about now! If you buy the article, please let me know what you think?! These articles supplement my soon to be released book, “Edie’s Castle: Part One: Paula’s Prophecy.”
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This book of mine on Kindle takes you back to those 1960’s lazy, lay back days of summer, only this is a day in the life of a child in England. As you read this article, it will remind you of how we have evolved from these carefree days into the busy lifestyles that we all live. Serving as a reminder of how we all need to return to this kind of lifestyle for our well-being, the reader will get a small taste of what English life was like back then in those lazy, slow living days of village life in the midst of the summer. Check it out now on Amazon and let me know what you think! In the intense descriptions of the scenery and the life, close your eyes and visualise, you’ll almost think you are there to!
This terrific new book, the first in a series of three which tells the whole, entirely horrific, and true life story, is due to be released in late October. It tells of a child growing up in England with aspirations, as a result of her friendships with American, military, children, of coming to, “The Land of Milk & Honey.” Although her dream is discarded as a result of her love relationships and rekindled many times, a sweet old psychic reveals that, despite Linda’s constant change of mind her dreams are to come true, but further refuses to tell the horrors in the cards that she sees there. Over the years, this book covers the wonders of growing up in England, the trials and tribulations of relationships, including domestic violence, death defying experiences, mystical events that have no legitimate explanations, adolescense and all of its dysfunctions, marriage, adventure of exploring a new life, and much more. This book will be available online at Borders, Barnes & Nobles, and Amazon.com. It will also be available on kindle to. Watch out for its release in late October.
I just now figured it out how to increase the finanical well being of America, let’s start with more cuts in spending starting at the top! See below:
Salary of the US President ……………….$400,000
Salary of retired US Presidents ………….$180,000
Salary of House/Senate …………………..$174,000
Salary of Speaker of the House …………$223,500
Salary of Majority/Minority Leaders …… $193,400
…Average Salary of Soldier DEPLOYED IN IRAQ $38,000
I think we found where the cuts should be made !
What’s your thoughts on this? If we did significant cuts in this type of frivilous and exorbitant spending, think how much we could save and recoup over the years? Let me know what your thoughts on this are ploease? Thank you.