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How the Victim Ends up Being charged

How the Victim Ends up Being charged Never have the police gotten anything more wrong than when they convicted the victim of a violent crime as the perpetrator in that violent crime. Soaked in blood I sat in shock as they interrogated me. To say this was bizarre, surreal, and nightmarish is an understatement. In some cases of wrongful convictions, it’s about someone else committing the actual crime. I suppose this is somewhat similar but when have you heard of a violent perpetrator being represented by the police and the prosecutors? How does a person move on from this? I...

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Memoirs of a Healer/Clinical Social Worker – Autobiography of Bruce Whealton Announcement

Memoirs of a Healer/Clinical Social Worker – Autobiography of Bruce Whealton Announcement A loving spouse. A healer. How does this person cope with evil villains willing to destroy everything? As the book opens, I was in a psychiatric hospital following a suicide attempt in December 2019. What starts as a simple conversation with another patient changed my life. Most of the rest of the book tells the reader how I got to this point. I experienced profound injustice between 2004 and 2006. By opening with a story about suicide, I want the reader to understand that the injustice was not...

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My Book Ranking among the top Autobiographies

My Book Ranking among the top Autobiographies It is amazing that my book is ranked number 33 out of 5600 autobiographies on Wattpad. This is book 3 of a series of books. The first book, “Memoirs of a Healer/Clinical Social Worker – Autobiography of Bruce Whealton” is ranked #3 on Wattpad. It is sad when family members die before you are able to make peace and find a way to reconcile old wounds. I don’t think that my family meant to harm me but in so many ways the emotional neglect and actions that seemed like actions to exclude me...

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