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    Elizabeth Writes a Poem to Logan

    Baby Gabriel's Mother Writes Poem to Boy's Father From Jail

    http://www.kpho.com/news/27105704/detail.html


    The Universal Mother
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    Wow. The picture along with the poem is disturbing to say the least. This girl has some mental issues to work through. I'd love to see a handwriting specialist analyze this, and her other bizarre letters, like the one to the judge.

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    Quote Originally Posted by saba View Post
    Baby Gabriel's Mother Writes Poem to Boy's Father From Jail

    http://www.kpho.com/news/27105704/detail.html


    The Universal Mother
    Tormenting Logan from jail, I have no doubt she killed Gabe, seems she is hateful enough to do it JMO
    My Beautiful Precious , I miss you so much!

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    Quote Originally Posted by ljczec View Post
    Wow. The picture along with the poem is disturbing to say the least. This girl has some mental issues to work through. I'd love to see a handwriting specialist analyze this, and her other bizarre letters, like the one to the judge.
    Yeah, I would say this is one messed up girl.JMO
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    Does anyone have exactly what the letter says? I can't seem to decipher it all from the kpho link. I'd really love to pick her words apart. I'm definitely pondering this "universal mother" thing.

    Crazy, that's for sure.
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    After this I don't know what to say. She's one SCREWED UP young woman.

    I think she's twisted enough to kill her own child (Something I thought she did all along).

    EJ needs to go to the crazy bin.

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    IMO, the only control she has left is with LM. Once she loses that, there is nothing left. I feel she is infatuated with LM and can't stand it when he ignores here. Once G is found, that control is over and she knows it.

    TPS and her were in this together. Too many plans, to snap and rid G. Tammi would of turn her in for it a long time ago.
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    Baby Gabriel Mom, Elizabeth Johnson, Quotes Musician Everlast in Bizarre "Poem" to Baby-Daddy.

    http://blogs.phoenixnewtimes.com/val...zabeth_joh.php


    Enough. This poem was sent to a devastated father by a woman whose attorney has recently proclaimed, "she is not a monster."

    I'll call BS on that.

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    He should return her mail unopened. That would really piss her off.

    Well, make a copy of it first, take pictures first, show it to the police first; then reseal and return.

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    Quote Originally Posted by YellowSubmarine View Post
    Does anyone have exactly what the letter says? I can't seem to decipher it all from the kpho link. I'd really love to pick her words apart. I'm definitely pondering this "universal mother" thing.

    Crazy, that's for sure.
    I tried to read her handwriting (not easy) and her quotes don't match the real lyrics so that made it even more difficult but this is how I understand it-

    2011- "The Universal Mother" -Violet

    "Tell me how does it feel to treat me like you"

    "Baby don't worry about a love(?) thing I'm the man you've been looking for"

    "Maybe one day you might know what it's like to walk the blues"

    "But whenever did the self-righteous know the sentiment of pity" -Mark Twain

    "A boy named ????? said baby don't worry I'm the man you've been waiting for.' 6 months later pregnant, he don't even pick up the phone "

    "They call her a sinner, they call her a killer, and they call her a whore."

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    Is this supposed to be some sort of self-portrait (if so, I don't get it). Why would the jail let her send a letter like that to a victim? That's very troubling. It probably should have been confiscated from the get-go and turned over to the DA (IMHO).

    ej.jpg

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    She goes on to write "but whenever did the self-righteous know the sentiment of pity," a quote to which she credits to Mark Twain (it should be noted, we couldn't find that quote attributed to Twain, or anyone else, for that matter).
    http://blogs.phoenixnewtimes.com/val...zabeth_joh.php

    It is a quote from Mark Twain, just a little off.

    The Innocents Abroad
    (1869)
    by Mark Twain

    We pleaded for the tired, ill-treated horses, and tried to show that their faithful service deserved kindness in return, and their hard lot compassion. But when did ever self-righteousness know the sentiment of pity? What were a few long hours added to the hardships of some over-taxed brutes when weighed against the peril of those human souls?

    http://classiclit.about.com/library/...nocents-43.htm

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    Quote Originally Posted by mgardner View Post
    Is this supposed to be some sort of self-portrait (if so, I don't get it). Why would the jail let her send a letter like that to a victim? That's very troubling. It probably should have been confiscated from the get-go and turned over to the DA (IMHO).

    ej.jpg

    Mel
    Thanks for posting the picture.

    I also question how this letter and the postcard ( "don't mess with the monkey and the monkey won't mess with you") got mailed from the jail. Logan is a witness in this case as well as a victim. Could she have given them to a visitor to mail for her? Who else is she writing to?

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    Man this is all kinds of bad in my book.
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    Quote Originally Posted by The_Flashlight View Post
    Man this is all kinds of bad in my book.
    Very bad. The fact that she drew herself pregnant and with the message of-you got me pregnant and weren't there for me like you said you would be. She's providing her motive in black and white. Sick, sick, sick. I really feel for Logan. What an awful thing to receive in the mail. It never should of made it to him.

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