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He Created Us to Victimize Us

He Created Us to Victimize Us

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This is a true story of a family who endured incest. Although incest is a family bloodline crime, no one could even imagine their father raping his own children, or a mother and homemaker having to survive her own husband’s lifetime of damage to their children.

As the story unfolds, the mother learns through her children; she was the first victim at the age of fourteen. She was a young country girl who found her way straight through her children and her faith. Dealing with this unspeakable crime, she found herself raising five children on her own in the sixties, which was unheard of back then.

Facing her husband in court, with three of her oldest children testifying against him, almost killed her. The only thing she had left was her children and her faith in God. This incest case was the first ever seen in the Baltimore city courthouse.

The prosecution and even the judge never heard of such disgusting act from a biological father.

This unspoken crime happens daily, but is rarely reported. The families and victims involved are often ashamed. It is difficult for people to admit a family member could do such a disgusting act. It could be like in our case—a father, step-father, uncle, cousin, or even an aunt; not all abusers are male.

The goal for this book is to raise awareness, help put child molesters and pedophiles behind bars, and change the laws as they are now. We all need to speak up and help stop this sick act.

This book seeks to open your eyes on incest and all the pain it causes.
This is a true story of a family who endured incest. Although incest is a family bloodline crime, no one could even imagine their father raping his own children, or a mother and homemaker having to survive her own husband’s lifetime of damage to their children.

As the story unfolds, the mother learns through her children; she was the first victim at the age of fourteen. She was a young country girl who found her way straight through her children and her faith. Dealing with this unspeakable crime, she found herself raising five children on her own in the sixties, which was unheard of back then.

Facing her husband in court, with three of her oldest children testifying against him, almost killed her. The only thing she had left was her children and her faith in God. This incest case was the first ever seen in the Baltimore city courthouse.

The prosecution and even the judge never heard of such disgusting act from a biological father.

This unspoken crime happens daily, but is rarely reported. The families and victims involved are often ashamed. It is difficult for people to admit a family member could do such a disgusting act. It could be like in our case—a father, step-father, uncle, cousin, or even an aunt; not all abusers are male.

The goal for this book is to raise awareness, help put child molesters and pedophiles behind bars, and change the laws as they are now. We all need to speak up and help stop this sick act.

This book seeks to open your eyes on incest and all the pain it causes.

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Publish date: Aug 23, 2013
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