The whole world has been captivated by the murder trial in Orlando, Florida. Regardless of who you talk to, there is going to be a difference of opinion. However, the tragedy of the whole matter is the death of a young child. Her name is Caylee Marie Anthony.
This beautiful two-year-old had her whole life ahead of her, yet it only took a moment for it to be snatched away. What actually happened? Will we ever know? Will justice prevail? All these questions have an answer, but it may never be revealed.
I become very emotional when the victim is a child. Maybe it is because I have witnessed such injustice in the world. While this child can only speak from the grave, there are other victims that are very much alive. Yet when they beg for help, none is provided.
For nineteen years the family I wrote about in for the Victims had to endure malicious abuse. It all began when their parents reported criminal activity within the Postal Service. Immediately they were being harassed by a host of people. It would be impossible to reveal all that happened to them in this short message. Although I have written a total of three books about this tragedy, laying out the whole matter in minute detail.
I feel compelled, however, to reveal a portion of what they endured. Maybe it is because this case has opened my eyes. For whatever reason, I am ready to reveal to the whole world what I know. Shortly after August 6th, 1992, the family mentioned in for the Victims reported postal crimes to the police. That afternoon two postal inspectors show up to take statements. It soon became obvious that something was amiss. The very next day their house was broken into. Nothing was taken, and they were puzzled as to why someone had done it. Soon the answer was evident. The entire family became sick. The cause? Pesticide poisoning. Blood tests proved they had been ingesting DDT, enough to kill them. But no matter how hard they tried, they could not seem to get the police to stop it. So, they went to the FBI. After that, it only got worse.
Over the course of many months, the conditions became unbearable for this family of four. All the police did was fill out reports while the lives of these children were in jeopardy. The younger child was only six years old at the time; so, naturally the pesticides had a greater effect upon her small body. At one point, she could barely walk as she dragged her foot across the floor. Later she was rushed to the emergency room with severe stomach cramps. After this incident, the parents became fed up with law enforcement and hired a private investigator. With his untimely death, they were ready to leave Alabama and move to Florida. However, the crimes followed them to Orlando. So, they filed police reports again, but to no avail.
One might conclude from all of this that there is no justice, but you would be wrong. I have kept a record of what happened to those involved. The details are revealed in the second installment of for the Victims – Avenging Angel. Yes, there is justice. While it may not come from a court of law, a policeman, an FBI agent, or a postal inspector, there will be justice for all. An agonizing death awaits the guilty; and as they lay suffering on their deathbed, what could possibly comfort them.
In closing, this country is in a predicament, and there is a reason for it. Those details are covered in the final chapter of for the Victims – Nation in Crisis. Is there justice? If you still have any doubts, why not read the trilogy of for the Victims.