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Well I suppose I should let everyone know what is happening with my battle with the NV Parole Board. They have given me a small break, the next hearing will be held in 2012, but I am already hard at work preparing for it-thank god there are finally some current,very reliable new researc studies in recidivism in sexual offenders-they will certainly be useful when shared with the prison. It’s very hard I want to enjoy this break but I just can’t seem to stop the constant worry and fear-I put up a good front for friends and family here but truth is it is like a cancer inside of me eating it’s way thru me-and living alone-well not the very best of things to do. So for now and the future I will study,research and get prepared for 2012. I would like your opinions on something-I am thinking of going to the next hearing myself-it will be the first contact with him since the sentencing-Please let me know if you think this is a good idea-and why. Thank you everyone-Sending hugs around the world.

                                     wpwmn




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      Cynthia Schmidt wrote Mar 22, 2010
    • It would be a very courageous thing to do - showing up for the hearing and looking him straight in the eye. I know it is the most difficult thing you can do but at the same time I think it would have the most impact on the board making the decision to keep him in jail or let him out on parole.

      Is it possible you can tap into a support group for victims who will bring other survivors, attorneys, anyone who can show some hard statistics about repeat offending?



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      Wpwmn wrote Mar 22, 2010
    • wow my son had basically the same thing to say-unfortuneatly after an offender is convicted there is really noone they will listen to or even allow  info, it is up to just me because as his victim and the only witness in this case they will deal only with me-the only thing they will accept from anyone else are letters regarding this inmate-I have years of letter copies from friends,family,Dr’s-just about anyone I can think of-The letters come to me and I in turn make sure they are provided to the psych panel and the parole board on my behalf-Every bit of ammo I can get my hands on I use-I refuse to let this man ruin anyother lifes and family’s. thanks

                           wpwmn



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      Mztracy wrote Mar 22, 2010
    • I agree completely with Cynthia!!

      Good luck in whatever you do! heart



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      Cristina Corral wrote Mar 22, 2010
    • Definitely GO!  Stand up and look him straight in the eyes without any eye movement at all.  Let him know you mean business and your presence there will be an impact all on it’s own!!!

      God Bless!



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      Yana Berlin wrote Mar 22, 2010
    • Wish all of us could be there to support you.



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      Wpwmn wrote Mar 22, 2010
    • Thanks I want the parole board members to also see me as a real human-I have been in close contact with them for years but they have never seen me I think it is about time they did

                         wp



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      Wpwmn wrote Mar 22, 2010
    • sweety you all do support me-right here and I am very grateful for that

                      wp



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