[Vision2020] A Way of Death
lfalen at turbonet.com
Wed Apr 18 15:19:31 PDT 2007
I agree with you in the case of battered or abused women as I pointed out in the Burning bed case. I worked with Carl Hulquist to try to ger protection for abuse women in the last Idaho Legislative Session. My point was that I dont't think that you can blame the actions of a psychotic killer on fundamentalist church structure.
From: "Tom Hansen" thansen at moscow.com
Date: Wed, 18 Apr 2007 14:57:25 -0700
To: "'lfalen'" lfalen at turbonet.com, "'keely emerinemix'" kjajmix1 at msn.com, vision2020 at moscow.com
Subject: RE: [Vision2020] A Way of Death
> Roger Falen stated:
> "Most of these people [victims of spousal abuse] are there by there own
> chosing and can get out of the situation if they chose too."
> I beg to differ with you, Mr. Falen. The case of Mary Winkler is not as
> isolated as you may think. Many, if not most, abused spouses feel trapped,
> that there is no way out of an abusive relationship. They feel 100%
> dependent upon the abuser for their livelihoods. Discussing her predicament
> with other members of the community may only serve to worsen her situation
> in a town that may have already placed her abuser on a pedestal.
> Additional information, if you are interested, can be obtained at:
> "Alternatives to Violence of the Palouse"
> Tom Hansen
> Moscow, Idaho
> "We're a town of about 23,000 with 10,000 college students. The college
> students are not very active in local elections (thank goodness!)."
> - Dale Courtney (March 28, 2007)
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