Found Deceased SC - Faye Marie Swetlik, 6, Cayce, 10 Feb 2020 #5

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  1. PommyMommy

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  2. Seattle1

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    Sorry my post was not clear. If released, we wouldn't be posting it here!
     
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  3. JudgeJoe

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  4. MemPat

    MemPat Without Art the Earth is just Eh!

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    How sad for you.
    I'm touched by everyone here who agonizes over these children and expresses their love of them and their families who very well may find themselves on these threads.
     
  5. CarolinaAsh

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    I know what you mean. Especially on news sites and social media it seems like it's more about appearances and feeling you have to say that or wanting to appear a certain way to the public. However, on here I feel it's much more genuine. I know it is for me. I think a lot of that is because we want to understand and learn from what happened in order to prevent it in the future. That's the same reason we continue to discuss CT even though he is gone too. And even to continue to speculate and theorize regarding other accomplices. Because we have so little information right now (due to it still being an open case) we are still trying to find motive and make sense of it so that we learn and Faye's death won't be in vain.
     
  6. Silentob52

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    I thank you for kind words. Although gratefully he didn't murder my son, I certainly attribute my son's death to the damage he caused to him. Suicidologist will tell you suicide is a multifactorial issue. However both his girlfriend and bestfriend told me he talked about his sexual abuse in the weeks leading up to his death. I didn't find out until after his death. I knew he had struggled with depression and substance abuse. Relationships were hard to establish due to his fear of trusting others. And as sometimes happens those that are close to one who dies by suicide are at greater risk. His 17 yr brother attempted suicide within a month. I only share this info in the hope that people understand the magnitude of the damage done by these animals. When I stated it will take a high profile case to toughen the laws I mean someone in Congress being directly impacted. They don't deserve to be free to destroy our children.
     
  7. waltzingmatilda

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    Thanks for posting the informative article, Seattle1.
     
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    InvSmith Sometimes your cross is carried by strangers

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  9. MemPat

    MemPat Without Art the Earth is just Eh!

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    Oh, Silentob52, I'm so very sorry for all the pain you and your son have suffered and will hold you close to my heart. My daughter and her cousins were molested by their step grandfather who had been married 8 times so you can imagine the trail of hurt he left behind. I wish he had lived long enough to be prosecuted and jailed.
     
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  10. PayrollNerd

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    I’m hoping they're digging this piece of poops computer for child porn. It’s possible he’s part of a bigger disgusting online society. If so, I’m praying they all get busted. Thus saving any other precious little child from their evil.
     
  11. Silentob52

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    In thoughts of prevention I am thinking we need:
    1. More research on pediphile behavior, including antecedents and deterrents
    2. A reporting system which collects all dàta on sexual assaults of children nationwide (if it doesn't exist already)
    3. A committee or entity to review, compile a report of both 1 and 2 with recommendations to legislators (advocates may help by meeting with members of Congress individually)
    4. If legislators actually pass legislation then advocates may be needed to push for allocation of funds to implement either new policies/programs
    IMHO
    I have been in Congress before advocating for legislation. It wasn't as difficult as it sounds.

    My hope is by learning more we might save some lives.
     
  12. Marysmith

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    Oh my gosh... what a brutal story and reality. Yes, sexual abuse will change a person fundamentally and it is tragic. The damage is untold. I am so sorry again for the loss of your son. Thank you for sharing - that is helping others.
     
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  13. PommyMommy

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    FEB 23 updated FEB 24, 2020
    SC program provides support to law enforcement who worked Faye Swetlik’s case
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    Their goal was to solve the case and keep the community safe, but just because the case closed, some law enforcement still brought the burdens of the job home with them.

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    S.C. LEAP or South Carolina Law Enforcement Assistance Program, is a part of SLED. It’s an employee-assistance program that provides South Carolina law enforcement with training, resources, and around-the-clock access to staff and volunteers to help with any mental, physical, or spiritual needs.

    “When a human being experiences the impact of a critical incident, when they experience a situation of extreme vulnerability, or they see someone get injured or killed, or their friend or coworker right beside them is injured or killed, that kind of event in the life of any normal human being would have an impact that can be long-lasting,” Skidmore said.

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    “We try to walk with them through this journey...I don’t think anyone can ever say I tell them, ‘I know exactly what you are going through’ because I don’t,” Tafaoa said.

    [...]

    “Every single one of us officers are made differently, we have different experiences, and we process it differently,” Tafaoa said.
     
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    FEB 25, 2020
    Lexington County woman uses her art at Tenfold Collective to help honor Faye Swetlik at Springdale Elementary
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    ...a woman in Lexington County is using her art to help raise money for the school community. MB owns Tenfold Collective, a small online jewelry business that she runs out of her home.

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    MB says it just so happened that she had purchased pink and purple leather months ago that she was saving for spring. "I find that’s how God works things out a lot of times. I pulled it out, and I thought OK, this is pink and purple, and it’s got these brush strokes on it, and now that it’s for Faye, it looked like little angel wings on it to me," MB explained.

    MB posted the earrings for sale on social media last Wednesday and was overwhelmed by the response. She knew she wanted the proceeds to benefit Springdale Elementary students. After talking with Faye’s teacher, MB says she decided the money would go to purchase books for the Little Free Library at Springdale and to help the Cindy Roof Wilkerson Foundation, which is renovating the Springdale playground in honor of the school’s former P.E. teacher and MB’s best friend, who died suddenly 8 years ago.

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    MB has already sold more than 100 pairs of earrings and has a donation of more than $1,000 ready for the school, but she’s hoping to be able to double that donation.

    She still has a small waitlist for the “Faye Earrings,” but she’s ordered more leather and is prepared to fill orders as quickly as possible. You can purchase the earrings here.
     
  15. JudgeJoe

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    Neat idea. Her explanation/purpose is classy & respectful, imo.

    From the listing:

    “Last week I shared with you about a little girl in my town who was missing. By weeks end, they found Faye…but not how we were praying. Faye was a student at the same elementary school that I attended and later taught in. One of my good friends and best Tenfold customers teaches there now. Last Friday I get this text from her...

    “I had on a pair of Tenfold earrings (of course) today as always and got a compliment. It was Faye’s teacher...she also said do you think Tenfold would want to make an earring in pink and purple to honor her? I said I would ask...”

    Of course the answer was an absolute yes from me....”
     
  16. CarolinaAsh

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    Wait. Does this mean they've officially closed the case now? Last I heard it was still open and they were investigating CT and his movements (probably to determine a motive/if there were other possible victims). I would have thought if they closed the case they would have made an announcement and possibly released the videos of CT's "suspicious behavior" that they referenced in the autopsy PC.
     
  17. justaparent

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    Because deviant individuals will do anything and it wouldn’t be the first time someone used an implement in a horrific way. No one knows the implication and nearly everything in this thread is speculation or repeated news.
     
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  19. PommyMommy

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    Not IMO. When LE says they've closed the case, that's when I'll believe it. MOO
     
  20. justwannahelp

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    So so so sorry you and your son went through this. :(
    Truly. My heart aches for you.

    keep speaking out about the long term effects of sexual abuse perpetrated upon a child. I’m sure it’s hard, but society really needs to understand the impact. We are failing these children by letting pedos out of jail over and over and over again. Usually their crimes get worse and worse, and often times they end up killing.

    If there’s solid evidence of their pedo crimes, these vile creeps need to be locked away forever, and yes chemical castration too.
     

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