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    Inamaqkiu widishianun aka Raven Abaroa

    In one of the threads it was asked how this case was brought to the attention of WS. [ame="http://www.websleuths.com/forums/showpost.php?p=628646&postcount=1"]Here[/ame] is the link to the first post. In that post is a reference to Raven's blog. There was a new entry the day before Janet was murdered. That entry is just one of the many "red flags" that started going up regarding this murder.

    The blog is now long gone. It just so happens that we saved the entry. I would like to share it with anyone who didn't get to read it the first time.

    "Monday, April 25, 2005
    If I were a bird... Wait, I am!
    The way in which I was raised is a direct reflection of the person I am today. In my early childhood I began to develop strengths that would help me in both my personal and professional life. I learned how to adapt to change, become outgoing and personable, and become aggressive in all my endeavors. The same experiences which made me strong also created weakness. As I was forced to grow up quickly I began to overlook my education, second guess myself, and loose focus easily. The strengths and weaknesses I developed in my childhood have played a role in my personal and professional life. As I grow in wisdom I am making efforts to improve upon my weaknesses while developing my strengths.

    While under the age of five years old I saw my parents go through a very difficult divorce. My mother was left to care for 4 children under the age of six. As young as 7 years old I remember having the desire to help ease her pains. I decided that if I could grow up fast then my mom would have less to worry about and I could help her accomplish what she needed to have an orderly house. I began by being comfortable with change. During all my childhood I was constantly challenged with change. Our routine regularly changed with our financial situation, our home, and our surroundings.

    As a child I often didnt know what the next meal would bring. It seemed one month we were dining out every night and the next month we were receiving food assistance from our church. I remember being able to buy $400 worth of clothes for the beginning of my school year from Mervyns during my 3rd grade year. However, in the 6th grade I learned to maximize my budget of $100 by shopping at TJ Maxx. This uncertainly could have caused me to have insecurities or embarrassments about my situation. Instead, I became accustomed to change and comfortable adapting to my surroundings. As I have grown up I have found that my ability to adapt to change has become a valuable strength in my life. By adapting to change in my personal life I have been able to not stress about change in atmosphere. When times have been good Ive dined in the finest of restaurants and when times have been tough Ive been able to utilize coupons and eating in to stay within my budget. The same can be said in my professional life. During 2001 my company budget was downsized from a $3k monthly spending budget to $750. Most of my team members had built their sales around spending the $3k with golf outings, dinner parties and other activities to secure business. While I did some of the same activities I found it very easy to limit my spending and during our next quarterly sales meeting I was the only team member to stay within budget.

    In addition to financial challenges in my childhood, I was challenged with making new friends more often than most children. Having lived in 10 different houses and attending 10 different schools by the time I was seventeen I had no choice but to adapt or be lost in the shuffle. The constant change in schools made me quite the extravert. Because time was precious and I didnt know what was around the corner I didnt have time to be shy. I had to be energetic and outgoing to attract friends and relationships. I have used this strength to benefit my personal life as well as my professional life. In my personal life I have never been afraid to make new acquaintances and in turn have many friends. At work I have been successful at sales because I am very personable and can relate to others very well.
    One of the strengths my mother possessed was aggressiveness and the unwillingness to accept circumstances as final. Although times were hard, my mother always instilled in us the desire to aggressively seek after our dreams. If we wanted something bad enough, all we had to do was work hard for it. When I was 15 years old I wanted to be viewed as the #1 goalie in the state. At the regional ODP (Olympic Development Program) camp the national coach of our age group evaluated my skills and said I struggled at communicating with my team and distributing the ball. Over the next year I woke up every morning before school and practiced 100 punts and 100 goal kicks. In the afternoon I threw the ball up against a wall 100 times. At practice I spent more time listening to how my coach communicated to the team so I could do the same from the field. In only one year I was the top goalie in Utah (Starting for our ODP team, of course, my buddy Darius wasn't playing ODP this year and he was my only competition I think) and went on to achieve success as an ODP player and a college athlete. The same aggressiveness to reach perfection in my youth has strengthened me in my professional endeavors. I recall my first time interviewing with companies in DC. I was offered positions at 6 of the 7 places I interviewed. Most of the managers directly commented on how they admired my aggressiveness to get in the door and that is what attracted them to me. This aggressiveness also allows me to not give up when others might throw in the towel!

    The same circumstances which strengthened my personality also gave way to weakness in my life. While I was adapting to change I felt like I was reinventing the wheel too often. The constant change of surroundings leads me to loose focus easily and this has proven to be a weakness in my life. Early in my career I found myself changing goals every few months which lead to changing jobs often and consequently I was often moving. While I changed schools a lot in my youth I never had a real foundation in education. Additionally, my mom was successful and undereducated, which strengthened my belief that education was not important. However, I now find that my lack of education leaves me narrow minded and can limit my interaction with co-workers and friends. Finally, because I was moving so much as a child I did have some insecurity. One insecurity was second guessing myself. Without constant friendships I was always afraid to ask for help and in that frame of thought I often wondered if what I was doing was right. In my personal and professional life my biggest weakness is uncertainty because through second-guessing myself I do not take a lot of risk and to be successful in my line of work you must be willing to take risks.

    A strength which is evident in this writing is my ability to recognize weakness. Through this recognition of weakness I am able to focus on changing behaviors to better prepare myself for a successful future. I do not like to spend time reflecting on weakness, but as I acknowledge what my weaknesses are I also identify ways to improve on them. To help me keep focused I use Franklin Covey software to organize my projects, goals, tasks, and calendar down to the simplest of steps. I have also committed to continued learning. I have read many management and leadership books and started participating in group discussions at work and at home to broaden my knowledge and strengthen my decision making. These two things will allow me to not second guess myself and feel adequately educated. While my childhood brought on these weaknesses, I feel like my ability to adapt to change will allow me to overcome my weaknesses as I grow and mature in my personal and professional life.
    In summary, I feel my strengths and weaknesses have been molded from the way I was raised. Through the events of my childhood I was able to develop strengths that not only helped me survive my adolescence, but have proven to be a great attribute to the development of my personal and professional life. I also understand that I am able to change my weaknesses through my ability to adapt and that by doing so I will achieve success.

    posted by Inamaqkiu widishianun at 11:15 AM"
    Inamaqkiu widishianun is what Raven says is his Native American name. All of this is from the now gone ravenstree.com blog.

    If there is anyone who just discovered this case and wants to ask questions or post observations please do. That's what this thread is for. I do not know all the details, but I'll sure help you search them out.
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    who's he trying to impress??

    He seems proud of his "aggressiveness"

    from m-w.com
    aggressive implies a disposition to dominate often in disregard of others' rights or in determined and energetic pursuit of one's ends
    Raven Aberoa's blog makes him sound so insecure & weak.....I counted 14 instances of 'weak' or 'weaknesses' in it....it's no surprise he is a controlling manipulator, who would go so far as to kill his beautiful wife & unborn child in order to achieve his "goals".

    Can hardly wait for the day he's cuffed & locked up for the rest of his life.
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    But if that drop was not in the ocean,
    I think the ocean would be less because of that missing drop.
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    Where did he get his Indian name? Or did he simply see and take it for himself (which I suspect more)?
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    Or did he throw a bunch of letters together & say that it's indian? :P

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    It's quite ironic actually

    http://www.menominee-nsn.gov/history...nees/clans.php

    Phratry is an anthropological term for a kinship division consisting of two or more distinct clans which are considered a single unit, but which retain separate identities within the phratry.

    Inamaqkiu widishianun - Big Thunder phratry

    Inaqtek Raven

    Thunderer Phratry: Freedom and justice.

    Freedom is something Raven has had since Janet was murdered.
    Justice is something Janet doesn't have.

    I think it's quite ironic.
    "All that is necessary for the triumph of evil is that good men do nothing." ~ Edmund Burke

    "Safety never takes a holiday" ~Britney Romito

    "It's easier to KEEP Raven happy, than it is to MAKE Raven happy." ~Janet Christiansen (Abaroa)

    "Right now you have the capabilities of being a God" ~Karen Abaroa Bolton

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    Quote Originally Posted by terminatrixator View Post
    It's quite ironic actually

    http://www.menominee-nsn.gov/history...nees/clans.php

    Phratry is an anthropological term for a kinship division consisting of two or more distinct clans which are considered a single unit, but which retain separate identities within the phratry.

    Inamaqkiu widishianun - Big Thunder phratry

    Inaqtek Raven

    Thunderer Phratry: Freedom and justice.

    Freedom is something Raven has had since Janet was murdered.
    Justice is something Janet doesn't have.

    I think it's quite ironic.
    Wow, that IS ironic!!

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    For a guy that has to embezzle money to pay his bills, he's certainly not short on confidence.

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    I'd like to know if this name was actually given to him or he just found it somewhere and decided he wanted it.
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    He was born Samuel Peters, for sure. I think he liked "Raven" and made it up for himself. He probably looked up Menominee, found Raven and came up with the Inaq'tek which means Raven and then used the Imagunnasquishyou name.
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    "All that is necessary for the triumph of evil is that good men do nothing." ~ Edmund Burke

    "Safety never takes a holiday" ~Britney Romito

    "It's easier to KEEP Raven happy, than it is to MAKE Raven happy." ~Janet Christiansen (Abaroa)

    "Right now you have the capabilities of being a God" ~Karen Abaroa Bolton

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    Quote Originally Posted by terminatrixator View Post
    He was born Samuel Peters, for sure. I think he liked "Raven" and made it up for himself. He probably looked up Menomonee, found Raven and came up with the Inaq'tek which means Raven and then used the Imagunnasquishyou name.
    lmao Trix!
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    Quote Originally Posted by DomCasual View Post
    For a guy that has to embezzle money to pay his bills, he's certainly not short on confidence.
    Confidence or narcissism.

    He started embezzling while him and Janet were not even together and I'm still not sure what bills it is he paid. He had a VX that he was really in to and he spent a ton of money on that thing. He needed the best clothes, best sports gear, best of everything, it was all a facade. I'm just still not sure what bills he paid or if that was his spending money. We know for a while he didn't even pay his rent, and I wonder how much he spent on his hair alone. (I foresee hair club for men in his future)

    This guy has enough confidence for an entire soccer team. He got a break on his rent, he got help from the Church yet he didn't get behind on the Life Insurance?

    He seemed to have confidence in the 2007 NCWanted Videos but it shows how narcissistic he truly is when he belittles Janet's memory by trying to make it seem as though she wasn't as into her faith as he was. She didn't cheat, she didn't steal, he did. Also he even belittled her intelligent when he mentioned how much she enjoyed "filing". It's as though he looked for ways to put her down. He did it again when he mentioned it took her 5 years to complete college, no example why it took longer. This is the fool that only went to a semester of college and yet put down on his resume he spent two years at SVU. She took a year off to be with him and went back to school traveling back and forth during the weekend.

    He looked like a complete and utter fool in the NCWanted video and he knows it, that's probably why he didn't do the ABC Video.

    Oh yeah, getting to that, I find it amusing that the perception was that Janet's sisters were out to get him, that's a crock, they were very calm, didn't seem like a bunch of raving lunatics, all pointing to Raven.

    Raven is the one that makes himself look guilty, nobody else pointing has the power to do it, Raven does. Me saying I believe he is guilty doesn't make him guilty, the only person that makes Raven guilty.....is Raven.

    The guy is a sociopath & a narcissist, IMO and I can't believe he's still free to walk the streets.
    "All that is necessary for the triumph of evil is that good men do nothing." ~ Edmund Burke

    "Safety never takes a holiday" ~Britney Romito

    "It's easier to KEEP Raven happy, than it is to MAKE Raven happy." ~Janet Christiansen (Abaroa)

    "Right now you have the capabilities of being a God" ~Karen Abaroa Bolton

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    I had to be energetic and outgoing to attract friends and relationships. I have used this strength to benefit my personal life as well as my professional life. In my personal life I have never been afraid to make new acquaintances and in turn have many friends. At work I have been successful at sales because I am very personable and can relate to others very well.
    Sorry, was just re-reading Raven's description of himself the night before Janet was murdered and I had to read this over and over. Knowing all we know about Raven now I wonder.......

    How's that workin' out for you Raven? How are all those "many friends"? Did you hear from them after ABC aired the show about you? Did you get showered with cards and emails?

    Not that I'm really asking R those questions....it just crossed my mind that I wonder how many of those "many friends" from that time are still in his life. I seriously doubt that Eurosports is standing behind him. Probably not Canyon Cycles people either. I wonder if any of the people who Raven considered friends at the time of that writing are still in his life.

    I just want this case solved and put away. Why isn't Raven screaming at the top of his lungs for justice for his wife and child? Why isn't he in Durham camped out on the police department lawn demanding attention to his wife's murder case? Yes, I'm exaggerating but when you put all of the information in this forum together, you can't help but wonder about things.

    My sincere prayers for all parties involved.
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    Quote Originally Posted by terminatrixator View Post
    It's quite ironic actually

    http://www.menominee-nsn.gov/history...nees/clans.php

    Phratry is an anthropological term for a kinship division consisting of two or more distinct clans which are considered a single unit, but which retain separate identities within the phratry.

    Inamaqkiu widishianun - Big Thunder phratry

    Inaqtek Raven

    Thunderer Phratry: Freedom and justice.

    Freedom is something Raven has had since Janet was murdered.
    Justice is something Janet doesn't have.

    I think it's quite ironic.
    I been waiting to say this:

    Inamaqkiu widishianun - Big Thunder phratry

    Inaqtek Raven

    Thunderer Phratry: Freedom and justice.

    Freedom No More
    Justice something Janet and her unborn child deserve.

    Now it's even more Ironic.
    "All that is necessary for the triumph of evil is that good men do nothing." ~ Edmund Burke

    "Safety never takes a holiday" ~Britney Romito

    "It's easier to KEEP Raven happy, than it is to MAKE Raven happy." ~Janet Christiansen (Abaroa)

    "Right now you have the capabilities of being a God" ~Karen Abaroa Bolton

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    Quote Originally Posted by terminatrixator View Post
    I been waiting to say this:

    Inamaqkiu widishianun - Big Thunder phratry

    Inaqtek Raven

    Thunderer Phratry: Freedom and justice.

    Freedom No More
    Justice something Janet and her unborn child deserve.

    Now it's even more Ironic.
    How about Thundering Flatulence?



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