I receive so many letters/posts from people — like the one below — looking for justice…and I want to use this blog to post as many as I can.
THIS SOLDIER DESERVES JUSTICE FOR HIS 2 YEAR OLD TWIN DAUGHTER WHO WAS MURDERED
“This may be a little redundant, but I really want people to understand the emotion behind our journey as a family. I posted this awhile ago and would like to post it again for any who missed it…I want to share with everyone something that drives me every day to think of ways to help my niece find the justice she deserves. The day before we laid Juliette’s sweet little body to rest all of my siblings gathered at the funeral home together… together we entered the small room where she laid in a small white casket, and together we cried. We all live many miles apart, some hundreds, but when we are together it’s as if no time or miles have ever separated us. As my Brother Casey sat 4 feet directly across from his daughter, in her tiny white casket, on the floor against the wall, together, 5 of us sat with him… surrounded him, held him and cried with him. We sat there for hours, shifting, taking turns next to him, holding his hand, holding him. He just stared at her and cried, and I knew as I watched him sitting there in his Army fatigues, that he blamed himself for not staying, for not taking the girls when he had visited a month earlier. It is now when I think of that moment, that I get really angry, because it is at that moment, that I also remember that Juliette’s Mother was not there. My Brother LOVES his girls, WANTS his girls, and would never put drugs or others before them. This is what motivates me daily to fight for Juliette, the love her Daddy felt and feels for her, the longing he has to be with her and Jaelyn… She is worth fighting for and will not be buried and forgotten! Auntie Liz”
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