- Feb 28, 2016
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It sounds like Kelly's maternal aunt met with Yolanda, and gave her all of the background info. The paternal relatives have welcomed Kelly into their family history, but they didn't know she existed until DNA testing connected them.How would her paternal relatives know all of this information about her entire childhood etc? Especially if her father never knew she existed?
I agree completelyHow would her paternal relatives know all of this information about her entire childhood etc? Especially if her father never knew she existed?
I have a problem with how the author is relaying the story. For someone who heard this information second or third hand..... and someone who never walked in Kellys mothers or families shoes..... when pointing a finger there are three pointing back.
I'm glad she has been identified.
Sleep peacefully Kelly.
Me too. The thought of it being similar to an alias reallllly makes me wonder how close I might have come during all the hours I spent on the various alias name rabbit holes I excavated over all these years while trying to help Kelly find her home.I thought we didn't get a last name
I feel we are missing so much extra information and some things may not have been told to the author correctly. And an aunt does not have to mean a biological sister of the mother. Everything is so confusing.SInce they say that Kelly went to an aunt of hers.. and that Kelly didn't have any male uncle.. i don't know...
Could you please point me in the right direction re search terms? I can't find anything!.
If I'm reading this right then Kelly is related to the Blevins?
He pled guilty to 2nd degree murder and received 15 years & is out now. He served a total of 13 years.Well, I'm sure her name will come. There is an individual who has been convicted and sentenced to death in her murder. At the very least, I'd think Kelly's true identity would have to be officially appended to his case file for legal purposes and become part of the legal file.
Kelly, you tried your whole life to be the adult in your family by nature. The nurture you received by those who should have raised you made it impossible for you to enjoy your best life. I hope that now that you have been given back your name, and we some explanation of the context of tragedies which played such havoc with you and your stolen childhood, that your dignity is stronger today and that your angel wings are carrying you as high as you wish to fly. Rest well Kelly. Finally. You did not deserve any of this and your perserverance was amazing for one so young.
I figured it was probably Kelly’s sister that wrote it and had a lot of anger at her mom. I could understand her having all that anger if what was written was true & that’s probably the better stuff. There is probably much worse in the story but they stopped themselves from telling everything. Idk I see it as a person brenda hurt deeply with her actions & this sounds like a child crying for help like “look what she has done” “ look how she treated us” and finding out her sister passed probably brought all that anger back to the surfaceThere was one brother in Brenda's (future) stepfather's obituary. Either way, the cousin from Alabama had no Blevins blood, so that would have limited potential fathers to ABW, his brothers, and their sons. I understand them not wanting to come forward with this family secret show. I just don't understand that initial blog post. It's like it was a member of the family trying to release the narrative. Also, it was all about Brenda being an awful human.
Can you cite some sources? The only thing I knew of before this week was that Kelly descended from the Carters on the paternal side and NRW was NOT her father because his children and grandchildren were her cousins.DLL has been identified by DNA as her father a long time ago, before they figured out the maternal side (no wonder, endogamy sucks), it is even somewhere on this thread.