Sunday, July 12
My Boys behaved in similar manner, to get my savings and wealth pulled out of me. They left me only the clothes I wore that July morning. 2009. I couldn't believe heavy feelings
I told Michael, he was stealing from me; he turned and walked away; having said "You are OK today and you will OK tomorrow." I said "I am not OK today."
Michael is my son [I see too much evil in him]
In this case it was Dad's money.
Everyday I collect ideas that interest me; for my many moods and other reasons. Then on unexpected days I put a few... together and a new story appears with this "different-context" that draws in other good minds. Everything grows organically.
Published on Jun 29, 2015
Doris Ann Carlson is an Arizona woman living for her mother-in-law, Lynne Carlson, who suffers from multiple sclerosis. While Doris is supposed to be caring for Lynne, she and her husband David instead use Lynne for her money. When the money runs out, Doris hires two young men to stab her mother-in-law to death, but Lynne doesn't succumb to her injuries for six months. Doris is sentenced to death for plotting the murder, but it is reduced to life.
Amber Bray is an intelligent and ambitious high school senior who falls for an older, high school dropout named Jeff Ayers. The unlikely couple begins planning out their future together, and it doesn't involve Amber's mother, Dixie, or younger sister, Amy. Amber persuades her boyfriend Jeff to stab Dixie to death. The pair also plotted to kill Amy, but a neighbor's 911 call saves her life. Amber and Jeff are serving life in prison. Tashia Stuart is the niece and adopted daughter of Judy Hebert. As a teenager, Tashia frequently ran away from home, but as an adult, she returned to her mother during financial hardships. However, Judy realizes that Tashia is stealing her money, so Tashia plans to kill her mother. After one attempt to kill her mother fails, Tashia resorts to shooting her mother to death and concocts are far-fetched self-defense claim. She is convicted of murder and sentenced to 45 years in prison.
It far from over yet: only an old fashioned tool of shame will get us Justice, Don Wesley1933.
|Don John Wesley|
I have to use this language to hide Gods secrets.
Don Wesley - A disciple of Jesus of Nazareth."
Published on Aug 12, 2012
Documentarian St. Claire Bourne takes a close-up look at author and historian John Henrik Clarke, who, on camera for much of the film, bounces back and forth between a description of his own personal history, and his views on the history of Africa and of Pan-Africanism. His points are backed up by old newsreel footage, and by images of artwork depicting Africans and their civilization over the centuries. Actor Wesley Snipes executive produced the film and serves as a narrator. John Henrik Clarke: A Great and Mighty Walk was made in 1996, with Clarke suffering from glaucoma, barely able to see as he gives his sweeping account. He talks about his own upbringing, and his growing interest in Pan-Africanism, the failures of the civil rights movement and the Black Power movement, his close friendship with Malcolm X, and his critical assessment of Louis Farrakhan's Million Man March. He also gives a primer on the history of African civilization, and argues that no conquering or colonizing power ever "brought civilization" to Africa, but rather these nations destroyed what civilization they didn't understand, and brought many of Africa's ideas back to their bases in ancient Greece and Rome. He also describes how Black Africans were methodically removed from the history of the civilization of the Nile. He details how leaders like Marcus Garvey, W.E.B. Du Bois, and Ghanaian Kwame Nkrumah spread the ideas of Pan-Africanism throughout the U.S. and the world. John Henrik Clarke: A Great and Mighty Walk was shown at the 1997 Sundance Film Festival, and won the Best Documentary award at the 1997 UrbanWorld Film Festival. Clarke died of a heart attack in 1998. ~ Josh Ralske, Rovi
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I'm not a Numberphile! There are some names in the dictionary that you could call me. What are they; is for you to choose. I have a few names for you. You work for God or the Devil. Both have their armies of men and women.