Justine, you posted the following to me at this site:
YOU MISUNDERSTOOD - Posted January 7 2006, 7:02 AM
I have a simple request to make, and you may or may not respect it. That is your choice. Please do not call them my "buddies". I hardly ever talk to them. I do not keep in constant touch, and their pictures are not on my wall, nor are their phone numbers on my speed dial. I was there to support them because I felt it was the right thing to do. I am thankful for how God used them in my life.
I was just reading some older posts and I found this post by you:
I Agree With Deanna Peele - Posted December 8 2005, 5:24 AM
I acompletely agree with what you said in your post. The Wills are my friends now and always will be. I thank God for the opportunity I had to go there. And think about this one: How is it that I was there for 3 1/2 years, had extra privileges, was trusted by staff, and could basically go any where I wanted on the school grounds and yet never ONCE saw any of these "abuses" so many are talking about. LIES, LIES, LIES. And no, I did not gain this trust by beating other girls or ridiculing them because I was ordered to do so. This DID NOT take place. You all need to do something valuable with your lives instead of making up stories. It is only then that you will take your eyes off yourself and think of others, and in that you will find the healing for which you look.
Can you tell me, Justine, what REALLY took place in POW-WOWs?
Why do you try to convince me that they are not your 'buddies' and yet I read in another post by you, "The Wills are my friends now and always will be."
JUSTINE: Give me a DETAILED description of a POW-WOW, or two, o.k.? (Was that some kind of 'award' assembly that was regularly held to give praise and point out accomplishment -- or NOT? Hmmmmm?) I wonder since you didn't do any ridiculing and you didn't witness any abuse - or so you claim.
Anybody here who was in some POW-WOWs that Justine attended? Remember any DETAILS about such a pow-wow? How about sharing your experiences with Justine and me and tell us what you remember about those 'precious' pow-wows, O.K.?