May she rest in peace

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Perry has now spent 92 days in jail – for stepping up to the plate to protect children, and then daring to say he has lost faith in the justice system. This is the institutional response to allegations of childhood sexual abuse.



Perry’s Nan died this morning. She waited as long as she could to see her Perry. She could wait no longer. No fond farewells. No tender touch. She had to go.

Yesterday when Perry phoned her house his sister Rosalee answered and called out to their mother Heather: “It’s Perry.” Nan thought Perry had finally come. Feeble and frail as she was Nan tried to get up to go to him. They told her, “No. Nan. No. He’s not here. He’s on the phone.” They say after that she gave up.

Only days ago Nan was up at the bedside trying to get her feet in motion to do step-dance. The gang was singing and she wanted to dance! She did a wee bit of a jig. And she revelled in the family sing-song, “You are my sunshine” “I come to the garden alone.” All the old favourites. She mouthed the words as they sang

Yesterday, before she gave up hope, she was worrying about her hair. Her hair, she thought, was a mess. She didn’t want Perry to come and see her like that.

And, strangely, she had it in her mind that “they” would tell Perry he could go to visit, and then at the last minute change their mind and not let him go. She repeated that a number of times over the past couple of weeks. Yesterday or perhaps the day before she said it yet again. That time she added: “Tell Perry I will see him.”

Today the heartless officials gave the final word to Perry: “No.” Seems there was some sort of built in financial catch. But, even if there were, turns out it was too late anyway. All the money in world wouldn’t Perry down to say goodbye. Unbeknownst to Perry, Nan was gone. She died at 5:50 am this morning. She could wait no longer. She must have known.

Perry will be heart-broken. I think he sensed the end had come when no one answered the phone at Nan’s. Very unusual. There could be only one reason why no one was answering.

Pray for Perry. Pray for Heather and Rosalee and the entire family. Pray for the repose of the soul of Merle Anderson. May she rest in peace.

Funeral arrangements have not yet been finalized. It will however be at St. John’s Presbyterian Church (2 nd. St. Cornwall) on Saturday 24 May 2008. Time to be determined.

Visitation will be at Brownlee Funeral Home in Ingleside. As I get further information I will post.

As I write I listen to the webacst in the background. Poor Marc Latour. There’s Jeff Carroll, another Cornwall police officer content to allow another “alleged” paedophile to roam the streets. No ‘reasonable and probable grounds.’ Not when it came to former Catholic teacher Gilf Greggain.

Same old same old. No corroboration, but rather faltering, feeble and pathetic attempts to get same. But, tell the victim you believe him, and split hairs on the stand to say “I believed he was sincere in what he was saying” but not “I believed him.” He would not say it. He told Marc, but he would not say it on the stand.

The child was sodomized. Sorry. “Allegedly” sodomized. The officer tells the victim on the one hand that he believes him, but on the stand the best Carroll can sputter out is that Marc’s just sincere and that’s not grounds to lay charges. And there’s no proof an offence was committed.

But, he told Marc he believed him. If an officer believes a victim is telling the truth that means he knows a sexual predator is on the loose!

They play mind-games and head-games with the victims. We believe you, .. BUT…

Either you believe the victim or you don’t. If you don’t, don’t lie to him. Don’t for goodness sake don’t lie to him. Victims deserve better than another onslaught of lies and deception. They had it from their molesters, They don’t need it from the police. If you believe the victim, and his molester is alive, then – yes, a problem, a paedophile is on the loose. Children are at risk. Do something!!!

No concerns on that count. None that I heard.

Perry’s in jail. He did what few of that CPS gaggle seem to do. He actually thought about children at risk, and he did something about it.

There he is in jail. The worst of the criminals. And boy are they going to make him suffer.

Perry’s grandmother was denied her dying wish. Perry is such a threat to society he wasn’t allowed to say goodbye to his beloved Nan.

I’ve had enough of them all right now. They are an utterly disgusting lot.



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2 Responses to May she rest in peace

  1. RealityChecker says:

    MATT 5:3-11


    Blessed are the poor in spirit: for theirs is the kingdom of heaven.
    Blessed are they that mourn: for they shall be comforted.
    Blessed are the meek: for they shall inherit the earth.
    Blessed are they which do hunger and thirst after righteousness: for they shall be filled.
    Blessed are the merciful: for they shall obtain mercy.
    Blessed are the poor in heart: for they shall see God.
    Blessed are the peacemakers: for they shall be called the children of God.
    Blessed are they which are persecuted for righteousness sake: for theirs is the kingdom of heaven.
    Blessed are ye, when men shall revile you, and shall say all manner of evil against you falsely, for my sake.

  2. prima facie says:

    God Bless Perry.

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