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Wednesday, November 23, 2011

The True Meaning Of Thanksgiving




Cherokee Prayer Blessing

May the Warm Winds of Heaven
Blow softly upon your house.
May the Great Spirit
Bless all who enter there.
May your Mocassins
Make happy tracks
in many snows,
and may the Rainbow
Always touch your shoulder.









Native American Prayer

Oh, Great Spirit
Whose voice I hear in the winds,
And whose breath gives life to all the world,
hear me, I am small and weak,
I need your strength and wisdom.
Let me walk in beauty and make my eyes ever behold
the red and purple sunset.
Make my hands respect the things you have
made and my ears sharp to hear your voice.
Make me wise so that I may understand the things
you have taught my people.
Let me learn the lessons you have
hidden in every leaf and rock.

I seek strength, not to be greater than my brother,
but to fight my greatest enemy - myself.
Make me always ready to come to you
with clean hands and straight eyes.
So when life fades, as the fading sunset,
my Spirit may come to you without shame.


(translated by Lakota Sioux Chief Yellow Lark in 1887)
published in Native American Prayers - by the Episcopal Church.


The story began in 1614 when a band of English explorers sailed home to England with a ship full of Patuxet Indians bound for slavery. They left behind smallpox which virtually wiped out those who had escaped. By the time the Pilgrims arrived in Massachusetts Bay they found only one living Patuxet Indian, a man named Squanto who had survived slavery in England and knew their language. He taught them to grow corn and to fish, and negotiated a peace treaty between the Pilgrims and the Wampanoag Nation. At the end of their first year, the Pilgrims held a great feast honoring Squanto and the Wampanoags.

But as word spread in England about the paradise to be found in the new world, religious zealots called Puritans began arriving by the boat load. Finding no fences around the land, they considered it to be in the public domain. Joined by other British settlers, they seized land, capturing strong young Natives for slaves and killing the rest. But the Pequot Nation had not agreed to the peace treaty Squanto had negotiated and they fought back. The Pequot War was one of the bloodiest Indian wars ever fought.

In 1637 near present day Groton, Connecticut, over 700 men, women and children of the Pequot Tribe had gathered for their annual Green Corn Festival which is our Thanksgiving celebration. In the predawn hours the sleeping Indians were surrounded by English and Dutch mercenaries who ordered them to come outside. Those who came out were shot or clubbed to death while the terrified women and children who huddled inside the longhouse were burned alive. The next day the governor of the Massachusetts Bay Colony declared "A Day Of Thanksgiving" because 700 unarmed men, women and children had been murdered.

Cheered by their "victory", the brave colonists and their Indian allies attacked village after village. Women and children over 14 were sold into slavery while the rest were murdered. Boats loaded with a many as 500 slaves regularly left the ports of New England. Bounties were paid for Indian scalps to encourage as many deaths as possible.

Following an especially successful raid against the Pequot in what is now Stamford, Connecticut, the churches announced a second day of "thanksgiving" to celebrate victory over the heathen savages. During the feasting, the hacked off heads of Natives were kicked through the streets like soccer balls. Even the friendly Wampanoag did not escape the madness. Their chief was beheaded, and his head impaled on a pole in Plymouth, Massachusetts -- where it remained on display for 24 years.

The killings became more and more frenzied, with days of thanksgiving feasts being held after each successful massacre. George Washington finally suggested that only one day of Thanksgiving per year be set aside instead of celebrating each and every massacre. Later Abraham Lincoln decreed Thanksgiving Day to be a legal national holiday during the Civil War -- on the same day he ordered troops to march against the starving Sioux in Minnesota.

This story doesn't have quite the same fuzzy feelings associated with it as the one where the Indians and Pilgrims are all sitting down together at the big feast. But we need to learn our true history so it won't ever be repeated. Next Thanksgiving, when you gather with your loved ones to Thank God for all your blessings, think about those people who only wanted to live their lives and raise their families. They, also took time out to say "thank you" to Creator for all their blessings.



At this point you are probably asking, "What is the big deal about Thanksgiving and the Pilgrims?" "What does this guy mean by a mixture of truths and myth?" That is just what this introduction is all about. I propose that there may be a good deal that many of us do not know about our Thanksgiving holiday and also about the "First Thanksgiving" story. I also propose that what most of us have learned about the Pilgrims and the Indians who were at the first Thanksgiving at Plymouth Plantation is only part of the truth. When you build a lesson on only half of the information, then you are not teaching the whole truth. That is why I used the word myth. So where do you start to find out more about the holiday and our modern stories about how it began?

A good place to start is with a very important book, "The Invasion of America," by Francis Jennings. It is a very authoritative text on the settlement of New England and the evolution of Indian/White relations in the New England colonies. I also recommend looking up any good text on British history. Check out the British Civil War of 1621-1642, Oliver Cromwell, and the Puritan uprising of 1653 which ended parliamentary government in England until 1660. The history of the Puritan experience in New England really should not be separated from the history of the Puritan experience in England. You should also realize that the "Pilgrims" were a sub sect, or splinter group, of the Puritan movement. They came to America to achieve on this continent what their Puritan bretheran continued to strive for in England; and when the Puritans were forced from England, they came to New England and soon absorbed the original "Pilgrims."

When comparing the events stirred on by the Puritans in England with accounts of Puritan/Pilgrim activities in New England in the same era, several provocative things suggest themselves:

1. The Puritans were not just simple religious conservatives persecuted by the King and the Church of England for their unorthodox beliefs. They were political revolutionaries who not only intended to overthrow the government of England, but who actually did so in 1649.

2. The Puritan "Pilgrims" who came to New England were not simply refugees who decided to "put their fate in God's hands" in the "empty wilderness" of North America, as a generation of Hollywood movies taught us. In any culture at any time, settlers on a frontier are most often outcasts and fugitives who, in some way or other, do not fit into the mainstream of their society. This is not to imply that people who settle on frontiers have no redeeming qualities such as bravery, etc., but that the images of nobility that we associate with the Puritans are at least in part the good "P.R." efforts of later writers who have romanticized them. It is also very plausible that this unnaturally noble image of the Puritans is all wrapped up with the mythology of "Noble Civilization" vs. "Savagery." At any rate, mainstream Englishmen considered the Pilgrims to be deliberate religious dropouts who intended to found a new nation completely independent from non-Puritan England. In 1643 the Puritan/Pilgrims declared themselves an independent confederacy, one hundred and forty-three years before the American Revolution. They believed in the imminent occurrence of Armegeddon in Europe and hoped to establish here in the new world the "Kingdom of God" foretold in the book of Revelation. They diverged from their Puritan brethren who remained in England only in that they held little real hope of ever being able to successfully overthrow the King and Parliament and, thereby, impose their "Rule of Saints" (strict Puritan orthodoxy) on the rest of the British people. So they came to America not just in one ship (the Mayflower) but in a hundred others as well, with every intention of taking the land away from its native people to build their prophesied "Holy Kingdom.

3. The Pilgrims were not just innocent refugees from religious persecution. They were victims of bigotry in England, but some of them were themselves religious bigots by our modern standards. The Puritans and the Pilgrims saw themselves as the "Chosen Elect" mentioned in the book of Revelation. They strove to "purify" first themselves and then everyone else of everything they did not accept in their own interpretation of scripture. Later New England Puritans used any means, including deceptions, treachery, torture, war, and genocide to achieve that end. They saw themselves as fighting a holy war against Satan, and everyone who disagreed with them was the enemy. This rigid fundamentalism was transmitted to America by the Plymouth colonists, and it sheds a very different light on the "Pilgrim" image we have of them. This is best illustrated in the written text of the Thanksgiving sermon delivered at Plymouth in 1623 by "Mather the Elder." In it, Mather the Elder gave special thanks to God for the devastating plague of smallpox which wiped out the majority of the Wampanoag Indians who had been their benefactors. He praised God for destroying "chiefly young men and children, the very seeds of increase, thus clearing the forests to make way for a better growth", i.e., the Pilgrims. In as much as these Indians were the Pilgrim's benefactors, and Squanto, in particular, was the instrument of their salvation that first year, how are we to interpret this apparent callousness towards their misfortune?

4. The Wampanoag Indians were not the "friendly savages" some of us were told about when we were in the primary grades. Nor were they invited out of the goodness of the Pilgrims' hearts to share the fruits of the Pilgrims' harvest in a demonstration of Christian charity and interracial brotherhood. The Wampanoag were members of a widespread confederacy of Algonkian-speaking peoples known as the League of the Delaware. For six hundred years they had been defending themselves from my other ancestors, the Iroquois, and for the last hundred years they had also had encounters with European fishermen and explorers but especially with European slavers, who had been raiding their coastal villages. They knew something of the power of the white people, and they did not fully trust them. But their religion taught that they were to give charity to the helpless and hospitality to anyone who came to them with empty hands. Also, Squanto, the Indian hero of the Thanksgiving story, had a very real love for a British explorer named John Weymouth, who had become a second father to him several years before the Pilgrims arrived at Plymouth. Clearly, Squanto saw these Pilgrims as Weymouth's people. To the Pilgrims the Indians were heathens and, therefore, the natural instruments of the Devil. Squanto, as the only educated and baptized Christian among the Wampanoag, was seen as merely an instrument of God, set in the wilderness to provide for the survival of His chosen people, the Pilgrims. The Indians were comparatively powerful and, therefore, dangerous; and they were to be courted until the next ships arrived with more Pilgrim colonists and the balance of power shifted. The Wampanoag were actually invited to that Thanksgiving feast for the purpose of negotiating a treaty that would secure the lands of the Plymouth Plantation for the Pilgrims. It should also be noted that the INDIANS, possibly out of a sense of charity toward their hosts, ended up bringing the majority of the food for the feast.

5. A generation later, after the balance of power had indeed shifted, the Indian and White children of that Thanksgiving were striving to kill each other in the genocidal conflict known as King Philip's War. At the end of that conflict most of the New England Indians were either exterminated or refugees among the French in Canada, or they were sold into slavery in the Carolinas by the Puritans. So successful was this early trade in Indian slaves that several Puritan ship owners in Boston began the practice of raiding the Ivory Coast of Africa for black slaves to sell to the proprietary colonies of the South, thus founding the American-based slave trade.

Obviously there is a lot more to the story of Indian/Puritan relations in New England than in the thanksgiving stories we heard as children. Our contemporary mix of myth and history about the "First" Thanksgiving at Plymouth developed in the 1890s and early 1900s. Our country was desperately trying to pull together its many diverse peoples into a common national identity. To many writers and educators at the end of the last century and the beginning of this one, this also meant having a common national history. This was the era of the "melting pot" theory of social progress, and public education was a major tool for social unity. It was with this in mind that the federal government declared the last Thursday in November as the legal holiday of Thanksgiving in 1898.

In consequence, what started as an inspirational bit of New England folklore, soon grew into the full-fledged American Thanksgiving we now know. It emerged complete with stereotyped Indians and stereotyped Whites, incomplete history, and a mythical significance as our "First Thanksgiving." But was it really our FIRST American Thanksgiving?

Now that I have deliberately provoked you with some new information and different opinions, please take the time to read some of the texts in our bibliography. I want to encourage you to read further and form your own opinions. There really is a TRUE Thanksgiving story of Plymouth Plantation. But I strongly suggest that there always has been a Thanksgiving story of some kind or other for as long as there have been human beings. There was also a "First" Thanksgiving in America, but it was celebrated thirty thousand years ago. At some time during the New Stone Age (beginning about ten thousand rs ago) Thanksgiving became associated with giving thanks to God for the harvests of the land. Thanksgiving has always been a time of people coming together, so thanks has also been offered for that gift of fellowship between us all. Every last Thursday in November we now partake in one of the OLDEST and most UNIVERSAL of human celebrations, and THERE ARE MANY THANKSGIVING STORIES TO TELL.

As for Thanksgiving week at Plymouth Plantation in 1621, the friendship was guarded and not always sincere, and the peace was very soon abused. But for three days in New England's history, peace and friendship were there.






Today is a time of celebrating for you -- a time of looking back to the first days of white people in America. But it is not a time of celebrating for me. It is with a heavy heart that I look back upon what happened to my People. When the Pilgrims arrived, welcomed them with open arms, little knowing that it was the beginning of the end. That before 50 years were to pass, the Wampanoag would no longer be a tribe. That the and other Indians living near the settlers would be killed by their guns or dead from diseases that we caught from them. Let us always remember, the Indian is and was just as human as the white people.





























































~~~~Native American Food ~~~~














Fry Bread

Also a palate-pleaser with Native Americans, this crispy, flattened dough has the vibe of a beignet. Fry bread gets served as a side dish, or as a beef-topped main or honey-drizzled dessert.

Pinon Soup

A toasted pine-nut soup with a lamb-bone, wild bird, and milk broth, have hearty and hot components, owing to red chile powder, coriander, mint, and plentiful scallions.
Roasted Sweet Corn in its Husk

A favorite of southern tribes, Indian corn cobs cook slowly in their vegetal shells, preserving moisture. Said to be tastier than straight-up boiled or grilled corn, the damp charred husk perfumes the air with a sweet scent.

Zuni Green Chili Stew

This lamb stew simmers in a fresh, local chili puree. Juniper, green onions, and wild garlic add flavor to the broth.

Chippewa Wild Rice

This casserole boasts strips of beaten wild fowl, eggs, and chunks of smoked meat. Typically, wild boar bacon gets used in this dish, but smoked deer meat also works. Garnish with wild chives.

Wild Salmon Poached in Sea Water

Many Native Indians in the Pacific Northwest prepped red salmon steaks in a willow basket cooked at a bare boil. They then spiced the filets with chiles and herbs.
Baked Squash and Wild Onions

Another dish, besides corn, that's often found at American Indian harvest festivals. Many versions of roasted gourd still wind up on the Thanksgiving table -- making it one of the only traditional dishes that has been preserved in popular American cookery.

Wild Rice and Cranberries

This tart, red fruit comes from the Northeast. A favorite way to prep it?
American Indians would blend cranberries with wild rice, sometimes adding other fruits or nuts. Variations of this dish -- which reflect the plants of a region -- can be found throughout the Americas.

In Wompanoag society, women would tend the fields and the hearth, while the men hunted plentiful wild fowl and hoofed forest beats. What they would make with a day's game: sobaheg, a rib-sticking meat stew. Grits, squash, and powdered seeds and nuts helped thicken this artichoke-laden soup.

Cornbread

Most Native Indian tribes prepared dough from maize, since it grew throughout the Americas. The Wompanoag did too. At the first Thanksgiving, it is possible that this starchy staple came served with curds -- a dairy product similar to modern-day cottage cheese.




Please be thankful for what you have today in your life, I know that I have so much in my Life to be Thankful for. HappY Thanksgving to you all.

Saturday, November 19, 2011

Shop Small Business on Nov Saturday 26, 2011


You hear a lot about Black Friday and Cyber Monday, but Small Business
Saturday may just be the most important shopping day of the year. Why? Because it matters more to our economy, and to our communities.

Small Business Saturday is about Main Street, not Wall Street. It’s about entrepreneurs and families selling things that the chains and e-commerce companies aren’t. Only small businesses can offer truly unique gifts and the most genuinely friendly customer service.

Small Business Saturday is also about supporting the local economy. The chain stores are owned by bigger companies that are probably based somewhere other than your hometown, but small businesses are usually owned by your neighbors. When you shop at a small business, you’re supporting your local economy and your local job base.

The day originated as a marketing campaign launched last year by American Express as a way to promote local establishments. But as president and chief executive of the National Federation of Independent Business, America’s leading small-business association, I know Small Business Saturday isn't just a gimmick.

Small business drives our economy.

We can’t have a strong economy unless our small businesses are doing well, and right now they are not. They are hurting.

The recession may be over, but according to NFIB's latest Small-Business Optimism Index, the outlook among small-business owners is still grim. Owners say their No. 1 concern is still "poor sales," followed by crushing government regulations and taxes.

Christmas shopping stories on the news tend to focus on the Fortune 500 brands everyone knows. However, they are missing a huge part of the economic story: the small businesses that represent 99 percent of U.S. employers and employ about half of the nation's private-sector workforce.
First held last year, this day is dedicated to encouraging people to give their holiday spending dollars to small neighborhood independent businesses who will support the local economy by keeping the money close to home. After all, studies show that for every $100 spent at a store, only $43 stays in the community if the money goes to a big chain store, while $68 remains in the community at a local store.

To participate, American Express card holders can:
1.register their card.
2.spend at least $25 during Small Business Saturday at eligible small business merchants that are independently owned small businesses that accept AmEx (not large or national chain stores, franchise business locations, or government agencies).
3.receive a one-time $25 credit back on their card account.





I will have another post of where I shop that day.

Friday, November 18, 2011

What is the truth? Casey Anthony Come Out And Speak!

What the STATE OF FLORIDA DOES NOT want you to know?




To: "jean.casarez@turner.com"
Sent: Thursday, September 29, 2011 9:59 AM





Jean, I am sending you the letters I (mailed U.S. Postal Serv.) to Lisabeth Fryer on September

16th 2011.Yesterday, at the 3:00 pm Hearing in Orlando...the Livestream camera kept rolling,

showing Jose Baez, Mason and Judge Perry into a heavy conversation.. after he called the Court in

recess on his way out the courtroom...



Then, Lisabeth Fryer ask Jose Baez a question and he responded negative with a head movement...

Cheyney Mason had already received my letter to the Clerk of the court via email on Sept

27th 2011.



Jose Baez keep trying to have Casey Anthony " mentally incapacitated" to PROTECT himself.

You will remember Judge Perry had 3 Court Expert Psychiatrist examine Casey before the

Trial....She has been in CONTROL from Day One....and Casey had not been administered

any medication before she saw that News Segment finding out " a bag of bones was found

suburbanly by Kronk's third attempt...Fully aware she had not kill her loving daugther...

The Sheriff action to record her re-action for the prosecution has Proof of Guilt, was a

blow below the belt ...creating unsubstantial evidence for the media...Nancy's gracefull

exposure of Tote Mom to build her ratings and create violence and hatred in Orlando...

But it was Sealed, because it was too obvious it was "Seditious".



Have a nice Day and God Bless Always.




Donia Marie





----- Forwarded Message -----
From: Donia @@@
To: Cheyney Mason
Sent: Friday, September 16, 2011 9:56 PM
Subject: Fw :Letter to Lisabeth J Fryer...








Mr. Mason, you may want to read this letter.



Best Regards



Donia Marie













From: donia_@hotmail.com
To: cheneylaw@aol.com
Subject:
Date: Fri, 16 Sep 2011 11:55:52 -0400


Good morning Mr. Mason,

Tonight , 11 minutes past midnight, will mark Casey's release from the Orange County jail, door way 19. = 119 Freedom Day for Casey...
Normally, I would be inclined to beleive,that Mr. King , from Casey Point, Florida, was inspired to produce the Thriller ,in Casey Town, outside
the 9th District circuit court...in Or_land_0 ....I've heard from the grapvines, Mr. King has been busy in Nova~Scotia , Canada filming a thriller
titled " Bags of bones "........Pierce Brosman did emphasized it was " Scary ".

Could it be connected with the Casey Marie Anthony bogus trial in Orlando, Florida ? I wish, hope and pray it will give it will freeze Florida bar codes.

I observed and studied Casey's fingerprinted personality since July 21st 2008, when CNN broadcasted the dissapearance of Caylee Marie Anthony,
June 15th 2008. Caylee's blown up picture is still in the trunk of my station wagon. Then , after I called " America Most Wanted " Mr. John Walsh,
was not interested, and on the same day, The Miami Bounty Girl , connected me with the Cobra (Florida Bounty Hunter, William E Staub) instead
of Leonard Padilla in California.

When Cobra got in trouble in Glades, I soon realised, the competion poked the sticks in the wheels tooling with money and media. But worst , was
to find out the law enforcement obstructed justice into a Federal Missing Child Search , in violation of it's 1990 Act , through misconduct in Office,
malfeasance and misfeasance in Office....extended to Orlando.....When Cobra called me, after reporting the Glades County Sheriff Deputy's misconduct
to a Lee County Sheriff Deputy at my residence , NFM, # 19....on August 20th 2008, telling me he had received a call , reminding him
HE was Obstructing Justice...to Back Off if he did'nt want his license { revoked }....I can still hear him saying " Sorry mama, got to feed the kids " I could
not beleive the cobra was crawling under the rock....In a breath I asked, "What about Caylee , Cobra?" he just ended the conversation saying " I'm sorry"
and hang up...case closed.net. I remember the overwhelming reaction invading my whole body thinking this cannot be, what the hell is going on, this is
serious, why would lawmen obstuct justice , fully aware I had told the truth.

What would you have done Mr. Mason ? accepte the corruption and abandon this precious child not knowing if she was sold on the black market ?
......... Just the thought of grown men kidnapping children for sexual fantasy, sent chills down my spine visualizing Caylee's innocent smile in my mind.
I guess you understand Mr. Mason , why I could not crawl under any rock like the cobra did.

My rock was God , realising that it was a Blessing I had seen Casey, Caylee with the babysitter in this Moore Haven other than Heaven , God had sent
me { there } at the right time and right place to give a Voice to his Child ...Lost in the Ever Glades of Sinners given that the TRIO were last seen at the
Baptist Church doorstep....where one of the volunteer had previously used a mafia term, telling me..." You don't bite the hand that feed you " &%$#@?

In 3 days, it will be 3 years and 3 months I saw Caylee Marie Anthony with her mother Casey Marie Anthony accross the Moore Haven bridge....

Today, the Present, the Now....Judge Perry said that Casey Anthony should payback $97K .....because she Lied to LEO , Grand Jury indictment.
Some are inclined to beleive LEO stands for Law Enforcement Officer....But the LEO really stands for LEO nard Padilla whom is the CALIFORNICATION
and the Short Circuit whom bailed Casey Anthony and posted a $500,200.00 Bond. Whom sided with George Anthony whom was interrogated by the Grand
jury...whom Sealed the evidence it had used to charge Casey of Capital murder in October 2008....then then then , throw Roy Kronk in the picture , whom took
a picture of a snake , visualized 3 scenarios of a " bag of bones" alledging they were Caylee's remains by Nancy Grace on December 11th 2008....conveniently ,
practically and Spiritually near her HOME...Hope$pring Drive...directed by the Devil's anchor....

Then, the Californication Expert...Dr. Phil pre~tended his financialand moral support....for a DEAD Caylee Fund Pension to Grandpa and Grandma in the
Hope $pring Drive for MISSING CHILDREN's Hope Chest ...while in the same BREATH...the EXPERT's refuse to FEEL the other side of the MEDAL .....
.has if Casey is In_Visible .......into the Deal by keeping Silent because Chief Judge Belvin Perry found Casey guilty of 4 counts...lying to ....LEO ....

This is where I come in the big picture Mr. Mason....and I am awaiting the 5th DCA 's decision if they will agree with Judge Perry's evaluation...and Order
the " Indigent " to Payback $ 97K....which Cindy and George will provide for Casey...and compensate EquuSearch for their cooperation and I'm sure Cindy
will, arrange Casey's well being with monthly Charity donation to Casey through HER attorney....Case closed.net...

I would not be surprise the Prosecution Mr. Jeff Ashton already had contact with the Californication Expert...Dr. Phil to promote his book and jacked the
Dr.Phil Show ratings....

I have no doubt , the Feds are having a Californication Field Day with this case awaiting the DCA's conclusions....anytime now, since Judge Perry did not
wait till the 22nd of September. He rendered his decision yesterday...September 15th and the DCA received my documentation on Monday September 12th.
3 days earlier. It's out of my hands and in God's Hands...where it has been all along Mr. Mason.

Mr. Mason you must be aware I called your law office on Tuesday September 13th,2011 and ask to talk to Lisabeth J. Fryer. I was very impress with
this young lady, has a brand New Florida Bar Member since April 15th 2011. Very intelligent, distinguished with a promissing Future has an Officer
of the Court....Just like I am persuaded...Casey Marie Anthony could accomplish ...having those FALSE charges dismissed....

Casey Marie Anthony and Lisabeth J. Fryer 's Future are in your hands right NOW Mr. Mason. and You can do it Sir. It would be a real shame for
Casey Anthony to hide behind her attorney because they are the weaky Link and in the same breath ruin Lisabeth's Dream of a promissing Future.
Tomorrow may very well be to late Mr.Mason... The case's californication in under the manifying glass as we speak....

We know the Who...the Why....the When.....and the With....the Where Caylee Marie Anthony landed....

I hope you will re~consider your position into this case...while reviewing ....the between the line chain of events we both experienced in the past 3 years,
and realise that combining your undisclosed information and adding it to my documents..we can project the HD version of the facts,
Casey will remember me when she looks at my Glades County Photo ID...that was recently issued on May 19th 2008....one month to the day I saw her
with Caylee in Moore Haven June 19th 2008...

I will awaite your response Mr. Mason , you can call me at home, ************, I expect nothing more than your full cooperation to re~dress Justice
and give them 2 young women a bright Future...because right now THEY are ONE....while Dr.Phil 's birdies have a broken wing...How about giving
them a Hand ...Mr. Mason?

Respectfully Submitted

Donia Marie

Thursday, November 17, 2011

Casey Anthony Surviving an assassination attempt


Casey Anthony is lucky to be alive after allegedly surviving an assassination attempt at her Florida safe house.
Casey's 'panic-stricken' bodyguards had to pull her out of the firing line and whisk her to an emergency hideout in the middle of the night before an assassin 'put a bullet through her brain', The National Enquirer reported.
Casey, who has been dubbed America's most-hated mom, has been in hiding since she was released from jail following a shock not guilty plea at the murder trial of her daughter Caylee on July 5.

Despite efforts by her crack security team to protect her, a hit man allegedly located her hideout and stuck a death warrant to her door saying: 'I know where you are, I'm coming to put a bullet through your brain.'
The Enquirer said it was eerily similar to an email threat the 25-year-old's bodyguards previously received saying: 'I want her dead! if she knew where she was I would do it myself!'

The threatening message - which was allegedly pinned to the door - was said to 'set off a complete panic' and the security team had to assume that Casey's head would be blown off the moment she stepped outside the house.
CASEY ANTHONY THE MOVIE?
The Lifetime cable network is developing a possible TV movie about the sensational murder trial of Casey Anthony.

Fox Television Studios optioned the film and television rights to the book Imperfect Justice: Prosecuting Casey Anthony, written by retired prosecutor Jeff Ashton.

It's not known when the project, which is said to be in the early stages, will air. Variety reports that Lifetime has not greenlit the film yet.

In the book, Ashton takes jabs at Anthony's defense lawyers and jurors, calling lead defense attorney Jose Baez 'smarmy' and displaying an unflattering view of the jurors.

According to People, the film would tell the story from the prosecution's point of view, detailing the three years Ashton and his team spent preparing and prosecuting the Florida mother.
A source told the Enquirer: 'There are plenty of people who want to kill Casey because they believe she got away with murdering little Caylee.
'Her bodyguards rushed her off in the middle of the night to another safe house a prearranged safe hideout that was available in the event of such an emergency.'
The insider said decoy vehicles were also used so the 'killer' would not know which one Casey was in, as they are said to realise how determined Casey's enemies are to kill her and had to take every precaution.
'The fact she is still hidden and still alive is testimony to just how good her team of bodyguards are. They're the best, but it was a very close call.'
Because of the terms of her probation for cheque fraud, Casey must stay in Florida for one year and report every month to a probation officer.
This is not the first time her security team have moved her. According to the Enquirer, she was first hidden on St George Island off the coast of northwest Florida before allegedly being moved to a rural location near Gainsville and a condo in New Smyrna Beach.

Tuesday, November 15, 2011

Boycott Jeff Ashton New Book Imperfect Justice!

ORLANDO, Fla. —


Prosecutor Jeff Ashton calls Casey Anthony's accusation that her father George began molesting her when she was eight years old, then eventually started raping her, "the nuclear lie."

But what we haven't heard is what Ashton calls the much more alarming allegation he said she created around that lie -- that George had deliberately drowned Caylee while he was molesting her in the backyard pool.

Ashton wrote in his newly-released book, “Imperfect Justice,” that Casey told Dr. Jeffrey Danziger, a local psychiatrist, that "she did not believe that Caylee drowned by accident. She did not believe that Caylee could have gotten into the pool on her own, because she couldn't have gotten the ladder up.”

Ashton went on to write, “Casey believed that her father drowned Caylee deliberately or drowned her while he was molesting her, even though she had no evidence that George had ever molested Caylee in the past," and even though shortly after her arrest, she told Dr. Danziger that she had never been sexually abused, Ashton wrote.

In his book, Ashton wrote that Casey also accused George of murdering Caylee sometime after pulling her out of the pool, that Caylee might still have been alive, because during the next 31 days, George told her Caylee was OK.

Ashton wrote that Casey told Dr. William Weitz, of south Florida, that during those 31 days, "she was in a fog. She did not have a clear recollection of what she did or why she did it. She did tell him that she was not a 'party girl.' In explaining the ‘Bella Vita’ tattoo, she said it was an ironic comment on the fact that her life hadn't been beautiful."

She also changed her story to Dr. Weitz, Ashton wrote, saying her father George had molested her into her "late teens, which was longer than in her other account. She also said she had been concerned that George might be Caylee's father until the DNA test done by the FBI ruled out that possibility."

She also told Dr. Weitz that she had Caylee sleep with her to protect Caylee from George, and that when she went to sleep the night before her disappearance, she was wearing a nightgown, but that when George had pulled Caylee out of the pool, she was wearing striped shorts and a pink shirt.

"She explained in great detail that George's upper body was wet but that his lower body was not. The doctor took that as an indication that George held Caylee underwater while he himself was outside the pool," Ashton wrote.

The defense, which Ashton wrote had first told prosecutors it was Casey who found Caylee in the pool, not George, rejected Casey's claim that George murdered Caylee, and argued the exact opposite during its opening statement:

“We are not, nor will we ever say that George Anthony killed Caylee or that he had something to do with her death and the reason's simple: It's not true. It was an accident,” defense attorney Jose Baez said.

Instead, the defense claimed Caylee drowned accidentally and George covered it up to avoid blame.

WFTV legal analyst Bill Sheaffer said the defense used its legal latitude in settling on a more believable story.

“The defense certainly was smart enough to recognize that dog ain't gonna hunt. We're not selling that to the jury,” Sheaffer said.

The jury apparently bought some of that so-called "nuclear lie," and acquitted Casey of murdering her daughter Caylee.

Keep monitoring WFTV.com and Channel 9 Eyewitness News throughout the day for more details and excerpts from Ashton's new book.