Not guilty !!!

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To be wrongly accused of a crime you are innocent of committing, is totally soul destroying.

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I am thinking now of those INNOCENT people  incarcerated, rotting away in some forgotten jail cell. Can you imagine the hell they must be going through, to those faultless felons, it must be like being buried before they are dead. HOW DREADFUL TO AWAKE EACH MORNING  to take hold of the bars of your cell and scream to the World “I AM INNOCENT” “I AM INNOCENT”. can you imagine the frustration, the desperation, the hopelessness.

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I WONDER HAVE “YOU” EVER BEEN ACCUSED OF DOING SOMETHING YOU HAVEN’T  AND CAN YOU REMEMBER HOW YOU FELT BECAUSE OF IT   ?

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“SUSPICIONS   V   FACTS   =   NO CONTEST” 

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17 responses to “Not guilty !!!

  1. I’ve never been in this position but have suffered from people making judgments about me based on things I no longer do. What I’ve learned is this: people who are completely unable or unwilling to change their preconceived notions are people I don’t need in my life!
    Here’s hoping you’re having a better go of things now than when you wrote this post during the summer!

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    • Oh yes Karen, I have calmed down now , but I shall NEVER forget or forgive the fool !!! You are spot on when you say “people we don’t need in our lives”. What makes it even more disappointing is the fact that I had known this person and his family for over 30 years. I don’t understand him.
      On a lighter note. Things are just fine here. My garden is looking somewhat disheveled, but hey ! there is always next spring.
      Be well Karen, my far away friend. 🙂

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  2. It has happened many times often despite being clearly and obviously wholly unjustified. If you are experiencing the not being believed despite being an innocent party syndrome, then I really feel for you. Whatever happened to “innocent till proven guilty???” Very upsetting. I hope if this is happening to you, that the “non-believer” wakes up and “smells the coffee” asap…and takes a good hard look at themselves and their own attitude…and dare I say, insecurities? After all that is I believe, what it boils down to in many cases….just saying…
    Wolfie hugs…Timid one 🙂 x

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    • Yes Timid one, it is I who have fallen foul of the “innocent party syndrome” I have been weighed in the balance and have been found guilty, guilty of something I can prove that I am innocent. However my “friend” has refused to answer my calls and texts and so I have had no opportunity to explain a few facts to her, that should convince her that I am NOT a liar.
      People so disappoint me at times Timid one.
      Thanx for the hugs, just what I need at the mo x

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  3. Thankfully I haven’t experienced something like this Kenny. I’ve watched quite a few cases of miscarriages of justice, just horrendous. A really interesting post – what made you think of it I wonder? How are you doing, I’ve missed your posts Kenny! Great to see you my lovely friend 🙂

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    • Hi Ruth lovely to see you here. The answer to your question can be found in my answer to Susan’s comment. I am doing well Ruth, loving this fine weather. You are spot on Ruth ” miscarriages of justice is “horrendous” While trying to relax my brain during this misunderstanding by my friend. I have been listening to your music, soothing and beautiful. Take care my cleva friend 🙂

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      • I did wonder if it was a personal attack of some sort. I hope that it can resolve soon Kenny. So pleased that my music soothes a little – we need this sometimes. Hoping that things will be sorted out soon for you. It leaves a scar, though, doesn’t it, even if resolved, not being believed?

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        • Yes Ruth, “not being believed” stings like hell. But by the time the none believer finally accepts the truth, it is usually to late to salvage the damaged friendship. Yes Ruth, it leaves a scar.

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          • Hi Kenny, yes, a big scar. On reflection, I do know a good bit about not being believed (in relation to my illness, especially in the early years). It’s all very sad Kenny and I send all good thoughts your way. Your sundance is working a charm down here. Take care my friend 🙂

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            • I take your point Ruth. Invisible pain..Some ignoramuses just don’t understand and are skeptical.
              Yes my sundance really has worked this year. Now the farmers want me to do a rain dance for them. I told them to naf orf !!! lol
              Take care my dear friend and keep smiling 🙂

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  4. You are making a good point here Kenny I hope you are not suffering from this!
    I have had judgements made about me buy people who do not have the facts I simply look down on their bigotry ….. it says more about them than it does about me

    I hope you get theses issues sorted

    Susan xxx

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    • Hi Susan, well yes, my character has been called into question “by a long time friend” She is not in possession of the facts “yet” and has refused to listen to the evidence that would vindicate me of any wrong doing. The person in question can “not” prove her suspicions are correct. But I “can” prove they are unjustified.
      Take care Susan you lovely person xxx

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  5. It must be soul destroying Kenny, and no thank goodness I have not been in that position..
    Wishing you a relaxing weekend 🙂
    Sue

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  6. Ain’t that the truth!

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  7. Yes indeed! I had someone steal my identity a few years back, just after I left Scotland. We thought we’d nipped it in the bud however I have had several instances of people accusing me of doing things I couldn’t possibly have done because I wasn’t there. I’ve even been ignored totally by someone who had invited me to an event because I ‘wasn’t me’! There’s this horrid sinking feeling of ‘am I losing it?’ at first when I don;t remember the thing – then when I finally ask “When was that?” and someone replies that it happened recently and I know I wasn’t there its a relief but sometimes, when I actually say “That can’t have been me because I was living in Leeds” I get that “Oh aye, RIGHT!” reaction because I’m not believed (usually when it’s secondhand news) which is really unpleasant. heaven forbid that person ever commits a major crime!

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    • “Not being believed” is what it all boils down to, then comes the sinking feeling because of someones inability to recognize the truth. Believe me Sarah there is none so blind…… ETC.

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