Tuesday, February 28, 2012

Judge Hulsing Jails Wendi G.!

Judge Hulsing has jailed Wendi G. for 90 days after the two-day hearing in January. Given all of the evidence that was presented at that hearing, his decision comes as an absolute shock to all. Wendi is already serving her sentence. I am in touch with her husband and with another relative of hers.

I will write a detailed post about this soon, including ideas for actions that you can take, but I wanted to let everyone know now.

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  1. OH MY GOSH! I don't believe it! I am really upset about this! I have known her for some time and know that every thing she does is for her children!! I will do what ever it is that I can to help her out! Please, as soon as you can, let us know what that can be!

    God Bless!

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    1. I will pray for you and your children!I believe you will become stronger.Please fight for your rights and the rights of your children! God Bless! Deb

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  2. Mr. Lundy - have you obtained a copy of the verdict and read it?
    Please comment after you have read it. It might be an eye opener for you.

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    1. I am interested in this as well; please, Mr. Lundy, do not hold back. Let all the truths of this case be examined. You must become aware that there are women who claim to be victims who are not; unfortunately, if this if the case, please stand up and let the rest of us know

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    2. It is amazing when the lake is so full alligators that we are asking to be focused on which women only had half their leg bitten off, or maybe they are just faking it, and what is a child's innocence worth anyway? Do you listen to the news, almost every week there are new cases of men in positions of leadership who are taking advantage of innocent children which has painfully long term destructive consequences in their lives..The Scriptures tell us to speak of for those who have no voice and now is the time and shame on those who continue to live in denial for their own ego's sake.

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  3. I am still astounded at the cruelty of this judicial order, which apparently has as it goal to teach women they better "obey" or else, at the expense of their children's' emotional and spiritual well-being. It is incomprehensible that Wendi, on the one hand, was given extreme and global consequences for her decision to go into hiding; but Rev. C., on the other, who at the very least inappropriately asked his 10 y.o. daughter to apply lotion to his back (and butt?)while he stood naked, was given None. Excuse me, what is going on here? The complicity of the professional's involved here from judges, to pastors, to denominational leaders to cover up misbehavior for the sake of a peer's reputation makes me question what kind of Christian community do they have and what Jesus do they serve? God says even He does not delight in the judgment of the wicked, how much more should consequences with mercy and compassion be sought for another believer. The persons involved in the wide-spread character assignation of Wendi do not reflect the spirit of Christ who critiqued the ruling Religious and advocated for the children and those marginalized by the powerful. God help us.

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    1. Amen! Thank you for writing this post! There just seems to be so many against this poor woman! I know what it's like to have no one believe what you are saying because the other is such a "good role model" and wouldn't do such a thing! Yeah, right!! There are many people whom are supposed to be "good role models" each and every day of their lives, like police officers, that have very different lives at home. Listen to he news, it's out there. Just because some one is a judge, officer, preacher, does not mean they are not abusive!! Praying for these children each and every moment!

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  4. Praying that what the pastor in Boston wrote on your webpage, "That no man can ever again use the Word of God as a hiding place and justification for his abusive behaviors" would be very convicting in the lives of so called priests, pastors, leaders, teachers, coaches and parents.

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  5. Lundy, Many of us... friends and followers of these case are feeling completely helpless. What can we do? As Wendi sits in jail, the rest of the world goes on. Her pain must be unbearable. Please update us on her situation.

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  6. This is outrageous that a mother is jailed for trying to protect her children and not overnight but for 90 days... so she now has lost her children and possibly her job? And what about her home, how does she make her house payment from jail? This punishment does not fit the crime of protecting her kids regardless of whether or not anyone believes the kids were harmed by dad. As a good mom, she did what she thought best. And as a personal survivor of emotional abuse, I may have done the same. When you are dealing with a person who lies with such eloquence and wounds with such ease, you will go to great lengths to escape and stay safe. Judge Hulsing is wrong. He is uneducated when it comes to abuse and he has done NOTHING to foster a normal healthy relationship with both parents. He has harmed these kids. Keeping them from their mother is psychologically abusive, not to mention done without proper reason. YOU SHALL KNOW THE TRUTH AND THE TRUTH WILL SET YOU FREE. Pray for divine intervention, pray for the steps we can take to help this poor girl in jail because she tried to keep her children safe.

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    1. Praying for this woman, her children and the judge! Let God's will be done on earth as it is in heaven!

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  7. What is the latest on this case Lundy?
    You have not posted anything for a month.

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  8. Because he realized how wrong he was once he really checked the facts

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