#9, RE: Janet had this to say...|
Posted by Mikie on Mar-27-03 at 10:14 PM
In response to message #8
In the Sylvia Liken's case after months of torture, she had the opportunity to run away. She had in fact left the home, but came back because she feared her little sister would then become the focus of the ones who tortured her. In fact her death was not necessarily intentional. She was hit on the head with a broomstick, but after months of beatings and torture. Later she was found to have died from it. There were several people involved in the torture. Her death was more like a blessing as an end to her suffering. Those involved seemed to have no morals nor guilt.