Source: Jeremy Meyer
Legislation,cultural changes have opened a Pandora’s Box
Come for a FREE one hour training on Restorative Justice Circle Training- food provided.
Family Innocence Social– Free Restorative Justice Circle 1 hour Training:
A Nonprofit Dedicated To Keeping Families Out Of Court: Resolving Conflicts & Injustices Peacefully Join Circle Facilitators Michelle MacDonald and Barb Zorn
When: Tuesday, September 1, 2015
Time: Social : 5:45 pm -7:15pm; Program Start :6:00pm
Where: Family Innocence /One Southwest Crossing
11095 Viking Drive
Eden Prairie, MN 55344
Food/Beverages sponsored by MacDonald Law Firm, LLC
For more details Call Family Innocence: 651-783-5878 (leave a call back number) or email: Clerk@familyinnocence.com Family Innocence is a 501 (c) (3) non-profit
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On December 29, 2013, Chris Mackney sat in his parked car, put a rifle underneath his chin, and blew his head off. It was the end of a long and tortuous process where he was legally bullied to death by the divorce and criminal court system. His story didn’t start or end there. It started in Texas when a man named Sam Degelia, Jr. was murdered. It ended when his ex-wife attempted to copyright and remove all his writings after his death from the internet. Now, the story behind the suicide note read by millions will finally be told.
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