Friday, October 05, 2007

Note to Readers/Commenters


Every one of your comments is being read.

The quality of commenting at JinC remains very high.

A number of them tell me things I didn't know or make me examine things I've posted.

I appreciate all the serious and properly humorous comments; and that's about all of them.

I'll offer a more detailed response to comments tomorrow.




Anonymous said...

I am glad to know that more than the Pentagon is watching, and pray this will force them to come out of hiding and begin reform and order.It truly sickens me that speaking up for what is right is deemed as a personal danger. I know this, as my own family have been afraid for my safety for shouting from the rooftops about the abject corrosion and criminal acts of Law Enforcement, and government officials in Durham. This is why I have always used my real name. For "protection" and to show that I am not going to hide behind a burka.

WE the PEOPLE should not fear telling the truths, and be able to stand up for our civil and personal rights as citizens and individuals.
This is a sad reflection of the times we live in. I am not going to remain silent and sit idly by and watch Rome burn. I guess I was born an activist. It is in my blood, and is the power that fuels me. Prayers also sustain me above all! I have no fear of man, but of God.

I care more for my soul, and am not afraid to speak out. Anything less is abating. Doing nothing makes you part of the problem. We cannot allow ourselves to be afraid of whistle blowing, because somebody has to come forward. It is not an act of bravery, but a moral act of responsibility. It is our human duty.

Nothing good comes from division. It is a strategic way of confusion, used as a tool to deflect attention.
Thank God there are people willing to protest and not run from the truths. It is not a heroic act to defend yourself. There is nothing chivalrous about demanding accountability. It is our obligation!
Rhonda Fleming
Cleveland, Ohio
Sister of unsolved murder victim of Durham still fighting for justice and truth