I am still in amazement, that I am still here to tell my side of things that happened to me while I was just trying to flee for my safety away from my husband who continued to threaten and abuse me even as far as terrorizing me with his family in law enforcement in Vermilion… Continue reading The story of March 10th 2018. I was denied my right to have my life, liberty, freedom, safety, privacy and due process,illegally detained without being charged with a criminal offense, falsely imprisoned, extradited, Assaulted, Denied Medical Attention, Never Mirandarized, denied the right to have proper representation in a court of law, a right to a speedy trial, by the State of Louisana Deparment of Justice, State of Texas, as well as the Parish of Calcasieu, City of Lake Charles La, Parish of Vermilion, City of Abbeville La, Parish of St. Landry, City of Opelousas La, Parish of Lafayette, City of Lafayette La, and other law enforcement agencies, City Officials, State Officials, and Federal Law Officials, who thought they could make it disappear like “Magic, referencing my Uncle Paul Prudhomme’s Magic Seasoning”, instead of admitting accountability, Negligence, Violation of Civil Rights, Public Humiliation, Coercion, Discrimination
This is not even a year ago, where he had me convinced that someone had hacked into his phones and that he wanted our marriage to work or to be civil, AND compared to now, he claims this was all hallucinated, The whole point was to torture me, and convince me that none of these conversations had ever taken place and that I imagined and made up all of it. I do wish it was civil like it used to be, it doesn't have to be so hateful and cruel.
https://www.thehotline.org/ https://www.thehotline.org/ I know its scary when you have been through this and you have no finances, or family, or anywhere to go. I've been there. Unless we stand up to abuse and violence it will continue to take over our lives. If you need someone to talk to and you feel like taking your… Continue reading If you are someone you know is a domestic violence survivor or victim use this to get help! There’s always hope! There’s always help!