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Please contact me. I know what you are going through. Right now, my wife is going through the same thing. Only together we can get the justice. Believe me, even if your child had complained abut her situation it would not go beyond her commander. Commanders are nothing more than head thugs. Because of abuse my wife lost our baby. I thought the abuse would stop because of that. But only gotten worse afterward, especially after we filed congressional inquiries, abuse became more severe.
I know for a fact that there is on going conspiracy to cover up the abuse and corruption.
Dear Dr & Mrs Johnson: Your daughter is our daughter, she is our peer, our subordinate in arms. As a commander who witnessed the brutalization and sexual slavery of women, kids and men on bases, no one cared to stop the organized criminal networks on bases. As a commander, I took testimony from braggart officers and enlisted in these criminal networks which are connected from one service to another and who use death threats, brutality and yes murder of others on bases to silence “targets” and when we are broken “bitches” those selected to be sex slaves in what is known as the Whore Corps. These systems are active to silence vets outside the DoD and even operate to brutalize vets in the VA. I have lived this nightmare and in 1999 my partner Bruce Reinhardt was murdered and I was told by Bill Selkirk (USAF) that IF I keep talking about the rapes in the military I will be next. Bruce was a scientist at WPAFB, Ohio. We will together stand up……and find those responsible through the establishment of an Independent Cabinet Member of the President who will I pray operate an Independent Investigative Agency with all aspects of criminal investigation and prosecution for any federal employee. DoD and DOJ only uses its services for the criminals and good people are left to pay to get accountability. WE must also have the 1947 National Security Act repealed since that document does in fact protect these crimes within our military.
Dear Dr. and Mrs. Johnson:
I have been moved to tears reading LaVena’s story and would like to include it in the book that I am writing on the subject of sexual assaults in the military. I’m a journalist, author, attorney, and also a former military chaplain’s wife. I have great compassion for these victims, and believe that no human being should go through what they–or you–have.
I have been searching for your contact information throughout the web. Please email or call me as soon as possible. You are in my prayers.
Dear Dr and Mrs Johnson,
I recently came across articles about your beloved daughter LaVena and the horrific story of what happened to her in Iraq. Although I am not an American, I am a South African, this has touched my heart and I extend my deepest sympathies to you and your family.
I strongly support your commendable and courageous efforts to seek justice and across the miles, I will be following your progress and will be with you in thought and spirit.
Perhaps these words from our beloved, recently departed, Nelson Mandela, will bring some comfort to you:
“The greatest glory in living lies not in never falling, but in rising every time we fall.”
“A good head and a good heart are always a formidable combination.”
“It always seems impossible until its done.”
I think you have a ‘good head’ and ‘a good heart’ Dr Johnson and that ‘formidable combination’ will bring honor and justice to your family.
I wish you continuing strength and tenacity in your quest to find the truth about what happened to LaVena. God bless you.
Johannesburg, South Africa
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