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Saturday, August 25, 2012

Welcome To My World: i gotta smile fa yall!!!

Welcome To My World: i gotta smile fa yall!!!: freeleon/petition.html  TRUTH NEVER DIES IT KEEPS REACHING OUT TO YOU, Leon Benson

Welcome To My World: James Prindle: What will Come

Welcome To My World: James Prindle: What will Come: Whatever is to become of James Prindle on Monday August 27th at his sentencing hearing, this is just the beginning. A movemen...

Welcome To My World: Justice For Shaniya!!!

Welcome To My World: Justice For Shaniya!!!: We will never forget this precious girl who was taken out of the world too soon. It’s time for the evil people responsible to face a j...

Jake's grandmother: 'Child's game gone bad'

Posted: Aug 24, 2012 3:45 PM Updated: Aug 24, 2012 3:45 PM By Jena Johnson - bio | email The full autopsy results for two-year-old Jake Kimbley have still not been released. Investigators found Jake's body early Wednesday inside a septic tank near his family's home in Winona. Jake's death is being treated as a homicide, but investigators stress that right now, there are still no official suspects. Jake's grandmother, Laura Harber says learning her grandson was found dead in a septic tank has devastated her. "It's any grandparent or parent's worst nightmare," Harber stated, "You don't eat. You don't sleep." Right now her daughter, Sabrina Kimbley has obtained a lawyer. She has not been ruled out as a suspect, nor has she been named a suspect. "No matter what people are hearing, it's not true," Harber says, "The honest truth? Point blank is that it was a child's game gone bad... They were all playing hide and go see, and it just went all wrong. When my daughter's ready to talk, she will." Sabrina's lawyer says she's cooperating with authorities. Jake's grandmother says she just misses her grandson. Harber says, "I just want people to know that my son in law and daughter are good people; they're good parents and they just need everyone's prayers and support right now for Jake's sake." Child Protective Services has custody of Jake's five siblings. CPS said Friday that the children have been placed in foster care, and are doing well. The state filed a motion Wednesday to have those children removed from the home during the investigation. The court documents cited poor living conditions, including a severe roach infestation.

Tuesday, August 14, 2012

An Amazing Inspiration To Mankind

Here is a link to a woman that is one of the most amazing people I have ever met, Ngozi Angeline Godwell. A true parental advocate. Thank you Ngozi. United We Will Stand.