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    The Cherokee people were by no means frontier savages. By the 1830s they developed their own written language, printed newspapers and elected leaders to representative government.



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    Tulessa,
    It truly pains me to see you, (who I have always seen as a gentle peacemaker) surrounded in the midst of so much loss and violence. I can only imagine the stress that this has taken on you and continues to take on you. Please know that I am here for you and check this thread daily (often a few times a day).
    I wish there was a way that I could help but all I can do is pray for you and tell you that I am here for you.
    SwampMama

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    Cyrus C. convicted of 2004 arson in Harvey, La. that killed 4 people, including his 19-month-old daughter, his teenage girlfriend, the girlfriend's mom and GF's young brother (age 11). He was acquitted in 2008 (state charges) in 2008 and found GUILTY (federal charges) in 2013

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  5. #288
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    Dear Tulessa,

    I was talking to a dear WS member this morning, Meemaw. Meemaw is in John Hopkins with inoperable lung cancer and pneumonia. I struggled to hear the words she was trying to ask me, but one was very clear.

    Can you find out about Alan and Lisa, and if the case has gone to trial. Dangit if she doesn't always think of others before herself. She would also like to know how you are doing.

    I haven't spent much time on this board, so I'm probably not the wisest choice in forwarding information.

    I said I'd give her a ring on Thursday when the coughing/breathing should be a little bit under control.

    But just know you have people from all over rooting for you!

    Love n' hugs,

    Melanie
    You can PM me if that would be more comfortable.


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    The time is near now, Tulessa. I hope that you are having beautiful weather there and can get out and enjoy it, putting away if only temporarily the stresses of the upcoming trial. Please know that we hear a lot more about justice not being done in specific cases because negatives get more attention by the media than positives. By that, I mean that we might not hear as much about the cases that are tied up neatly and put away properly, but reality is that justice is done more often than not.

    Take good care of you so you can remain healthy and strong through the next few weeks. That is the best way you can honor your brother, sis-in-law, and their survivors. Smile when you can, and cry when you need to. Just don't do that alone. Take comfort in family and friends, and that includes your WS friends.

    Peace.

    ~kr


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    Tulessa...I sit next to you in silence...my head on your shoulder.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Melanie View Post
    Dear Tulessa,

    I was talking to a dear WS member this morning, Meemaw. Meemaw is in John Hopkins with inoperable lung cancer and pneumonia. I struggled to hear the words she was trying to ask me, but one was very clear.

    Can you find out about Alan and Lisa, and if the case has gone to trial. Dangit if she doesn't always think of others before herself. She would also like to know how you are doing.

    I haven't spent much time on this board, so I'm probably not the wisest choice in forwarding information.

    I said I'd give her a ring on Thursday when the coughing/breathing should be a little bit under control.

    But just know you have people from all over rooting for you!

    Love n' hugs,

    Melanie
    You can PM me if that would be more comfortable.
    Bless her heart! She is such a sweet soul. Tell her that Jury selection begins Monday. I won't be attending that because I don't ant to see HIM. I would LOVE more than anything to call MeeMaw. She like all the others here have been so kind and thoughtful. The trial will begin the following week. When you talk to her ask her if it's ok for me to call her. I would do it in a heartbeat!! :-)
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    Quote Originally Posted by krkrjx View Post
    The time is near now, Tulessa. I hope that you are having beautiful weather there and can get out and enjoy it, putting away if only temporarily the stresses of the upcoming trial. Please know that we hear a lot more about justice not being done in specific cases because negatives get more attention by the media than positives. By that, I mean that we might not hear as much about the cases that are tied up neatly and put away properly, but reality is that justice is done more often than not.

    Take good care of you so you can remain healthy and strong through the next few weeks. That is the best way you can honor your brother, sis-in-law, and their survivors. Smile when you can, and cry when you need to. Just don't do that alone. Take comfort in family and friends, and that includes your WS friends.

    Peace.

    ~kr
    Thank you KR. My Wisteria vine is blooming and every spring Alan & Lisa would make a special trip to enjoy it's beauty. The year he died, it bloomed all summer long. It's not done that since. The Cherokee that flows in my veins, tells me it's his way of saying good bye. I take special comfort in that darn vine now, some thing I always took for granted.
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    All opinions posted by me, are mine, and in no way , are they to be interpreted as FACT, unless I provide a LINK.


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  15. #293
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    Dear Tulessa,

    Throughout the entire Casey Anthony trial, which I followed via these websleuths forums, your picture of Alan with that baby would capture my mind. His smile is so beautiful; it seems to radiate with an inner beauty from his heart and soul. That picture, you, and what happened to Alan and Lisa have been on my mind since this time last year. So I wanted to post here, to reach out somehow and tell you that even amongst posters whom you don't yet know, there are those who think of you and wish you peace and joy.

    Having read this thread, and your posts about refusing to give in to anger and hate, please let me say that your strength is inspirational. I, myself, have in my own past allowed those negative feelings to overwhelm me and I now look up to you and your strength. May the trial be swift, and karma swifter.

    Congratulations on your grandbaby!

    With love, Kay.


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    Quote Originally Posted by katscorp View Post
    Dear Tulessa,

    Throughout the entire Casey Anthony trial, which I followed via these websleuths forums, your picture of Alan with that baby would capture my mind. His smile is so beautiful; it seems to radiate with an inner beauty from his heart and soul. That picture, you, and what happened to Alan and Lisa have been on my mind since this time last year. So I wanted to post here, to reach out somehow and tell you that even amongst posters whom you don't yet know, there are those who think of you and wish you peace and joy.

    Having read this thread, and your posts about refusing to give in to anger and hate, please let me say that your strength is inspirational. I, myself, have in my own past allowed those negative feelings to overwhelm me and I now look up to you and your strength. May the trial be swift, and karma swifter.

    Congratulations on your grandbaby!

    With love, Kay.
    God bless you Kay. It's people like you that give me the strength to go on. And posters like you That make WS a cut above all the other forums out there.
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    The Cherokee people were by no means frontier savages. By the 1830s they developed their own written language, printed newspapers and elected leaders to representative government.



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    Big hugs for you ((((((((((((Tulessa))))))))))))))
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    Tulessa,

    Just wanted to stop in and let you know I have been thinking and praying for you especially the last few days.

    Stay strong.

    I am honored to call you my WS and FB friend.

    Sooner


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    Quote Originally Posted by Sooner Fan#1 View Post
    Tulessa,

    Just wanted to stop in and let you know I have been thinking and praying for you especially the last few days.

    Stay strong.

    I am honored to call you my WS and FB friend.

    Sooner
    Aweee ty Sooner. I am dreading the trial so much! When they had the pre trial hearing, Flossie and I got up to leave. We were so torn up. They played the entire 19 minute audio of Alan's babies a screaming. Three deputy's came up to us & told us they would escort us to our car. I looked at the one in disbelief. I said *we're not going to hurt anybody*! He said very very gently, no honey we know that, we are protecting you from the media. Kinda comical now.
    ETA, we ran three red lights coming home that day. God was surely the sole driver.
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    How is Flossie doing? I'm concerned about all of your family, but more so with Flossie. Anger is completely understandable in this case, but it can be so harmfull to the person carrying it inside.

    Maybe when it gets down to jury selection, the man will ber a man and decide to change his plea to guilty and let all of you avoid the stress of a trial.

    Prayers going out for all of you.


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    Quote Originally Posted by FLmom777 View Post
    How is Flossie doing? I'm concerned about all of your family, but more so with Flossie. Anger is completely understandable in this case, but it can be so harmfull to the person carrying it inside.

    Maybe when it gets down to jury selection, the man will ber a man and decide to change his plea to guilty and let all of you avoid the stress of a trial.

    Prayers going out for all of you.
    She's still full of hatred and bitterness. All I can do is hold her hand and her heart.
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