I Lost my father before my second birthday, he was only 22 years old. MY SISTER WAS ONLY ONE YEAR OLD. WE WERE AFTER THAT EXPOSED TO A lot of violence, since our mother remarried a man who would beat her and terrify us. THIS WENTON FOR 8 YEARS, until thier divorce.M mother remarried again and it was the same. WE MOVED 3000 MILES FROM OUR FAMILY and this man had a gun.WHEN HE LOST HIS TEMPER HE THREATENED TO KILL MY MOM AND ME AND MY SISTER. My sister Carol and I were in bed and he had our mom on the floor with the gun and said I am going to kill you and then those 2 kids of yours. I froze my sister jumped out the bedroom window and ran to nieghbors for help. the police came and surrounded our house with spotlights and tlaked him down then took his gun and ;put him in jail for a week to cool off.
When I graduated from high school I got work and more education but had been conditioned to this treatment which is difficult to overcome. I HAVE wintessed crimes agianst others over the years and many are children, seniors and disabled. I have seen children abuse and treated with violence as recently as 2008 ongoing yet there seems to be no end or consequences. i was fortunate that I also met many good people who showed me friendship and the good side of human nature and decency. I HAVE BEEN VICTIM OF VIOLENCE MANY TIMES OVER THE YEARS. MY EMPLOYERS WERE LIKE THIS. I worked for a company in CANADA that is guilty of tax evasion , human tafficking , slave labour and 10 counts under the criminal code, including kidnapping and unlawful confinement. THESE MEN are from the republic of congo, province of katanga and are leaders of islamic muslim society and owe me a great deal of money. I had paid a laywer for this case and now need one on contigency basis to continue.
VIOLENCE BECOMES THE NORM IF NOT DEALT WITH AND PENALTIES NEED TO B E IN PLACE. IT WOULD TAKE 6 MORE PAGES TO DESCRIBE THE HISTORY I HAVE EXPERIENCED.