Heidi, here I go again, no last post just yet. Your trial is coming to an end, but at what cost?
There will be no winners in the end, just loss and the feeling of complete helplessness.
Christopher was on the stand for 5 hours . Heidi you would have been proud of him, Chris maintained his composure and respect of the individuals who really did not treat him with the same respect.
Ashton was on the stand for 1.5 days, she is stronger than Chris and I combined and so much like you.
I testified for 2.5 days, this was as hard as the day we lost you.
Just like any successful relationship, we said what we said and we made up. This making our relationship stronger. There should have been no misrepresentation made of our relationship. There is no way anyone could comprehend our lives in dealing with this horrible disease. Given what we endured, I still feel we were stronger than most couples
Our justice system is flawed in its treatment of "witness's" who are called upon to testify. All human etiquette is thrown out the window, as the lawyers are able to badger, make accusations and have all means afforded to them to try and paint you as a person you are not. They are able to grandstand and yell at you on the stand, ask the same question over and over, all in an effort to frustrate and or upset you to solicit a negative response out of anger. They ask leading yes or no questions, all in an effort to make you out as a person you are not.
Sweetie, there will be no winners at the end of your trial, if they are convicted it does not bring you back, you are still in heaven, if they are acquitted of any charges you are still in heaven but we are left with the burden of what really happened that day.
|This sum's up our relationship|