Ahh. It’s June at last. Summer – or Spring – or something other than an Arctic freeze – is finally here. Of course Felix Garcia still rots in prison, and the War on Drugs still rages. False confession still abounds, and Waitstaff still hand Braille menus to Deaf patrons.
As most of you know, when I’m not creating awesome Internet content, flawless videos and heart rending prose – and when I’m not creating tons of free product for FaceBook – I enjoy climbing into a ring, with nail-eating fire-breathers, and taking a beating.
Same holds true with DeafInPrison.com. I like a good, verbal three-rounder here, as well. So, as I have done so often in the past, I’m asking for a bitch-slap. I want someone to step up. A lawyer, a Corrections officer or even a cop. Tell me how wrong I am. How wrong we all are. We want to hear from you. We want the other side to our story.
On February 26, 2013, I published a post entitled, On the Boren-Thomas Case. I invite you to click on the link, and pay particular attention to the last comment. It’s a heart-stopper and an eye-opener.
That’s the type of thing I’m looking for. Only instead of doing it as a comment, why not do it as a Supporter Contribution? Submit it and I’ll publish it. I’ll edit it, add graphics and give it the full respect it deserves.
So come on. The gauntlet has been thrown. Give me your written rebuttals, and I’ll put them up. If you prefer, you can remain anonymous. Many professionals in law enforcement don’t want to write about what they do, for fear of alienation in their workplace. I’ve also been told that some Justice system professionals will only discuss these issues with other professionals. How are we, the public, expected to learn, if you won’t share your point of view?
BitcoDavid is a blogger and a blog site consultant. In former lives, he was an audio engineer, a videographer, a teacher – even a cab driver. He is an avid health and fitness enthusiast and a Pro/Am boxer. He has spent years working with diet and exercise to combat obesity and obesity related illness.