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      Notice: Lisa Cheryl Jeffery https://twitter.com/LisaJeffery The TWEETS are housed in THE LIBRARY OF CONGRESS

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      MaryLou Clarkson, The Order of Ministry Soul, OnWingsOfEaglesTrust, Virgiemaehugheyclarksonreedtrust, administered by MLC is AB INITIO commencing full audit, full disclosure into the murder of My Sister, Beverly Jane Clarkson Jeffery aka Taylor
      Business name, Gabrielle Godling, and your collusion with Lester Donald Clarkson, who is the son of Sylvia Marie Clarkson Ingemann and Betty Jane Clarkson Howell, Searcy , Arkansas
      VS STEM TECH HEALTH SCIENCE
      RAY CARTER
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      VS: Lisa Jeffery, MBA MA
      @LisaJeffery
      Educator, Speaker, Executive Coach, Accent Reduction expert and Speech Coach
      Miami, USA
      lisajeffery.com
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      VS UNITED STATES AIR FORCE , release all records, all agencies
      You Lisa Cheryl Jeffery are not competent as well as your co-conspirators, listed above.
      When you demanded that my Sister be put on “hospice care” and you asked the Carters to administer morphine to Beverly Jane Clarkson you became the murderer of My Sister.

      https://gabriellegodling.wordpress.com/
      This Poem written by Gabrielle, in December, 25, 2007, and was sent to her Daughter Teresa via e mail.

      Their closeness spanned the miles, with a stong Mother Daughter Bond. Gabrielle Loved life, and living and her family .

      Please contact Teresa at

      [Telephone 480 778 0459 –

      E mail

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      Teresa and her family, Chris, Katy, and Kary, are enjoying a trip to Florida this week, of November 24th, that was generously provided for by her Mother. They planned to meet in Florida for a family reunion.

      Oh Great Master Spirit, I hold your power and grace to take responsibility for my behavior,
      now in the present,
      and anytime in the past,
      that does not,
      or has not served me or others in the highest way.

      I recognize that many times I fall short
      of doing my best,
      and I behave in ways that do not represent
      the great loving being
      and spirit that I was born into this earth with,
      thanks to your presence in my life.
      Through Your love,
      Oh Great Master Spirit,
      I am able to let my light of divinity shine forth,
      illuminating my choices
      and allowing me to act as a divine instrument
      of Your Great Spirit.
      For those whom I have hurt throughout my life here on earth,
      I extend my love of sincerely asking for forgiveness.
      I honestly did not understand
      the truth, which is that “what goes around, comes around”.
      “What you
      reap, you sow”.
      Why was I so blind?
      Why did I not awaken sooner?
      For those who have hurt me,
      I accept their divine love,
      knowing they “know not what they do”.
      I sincerely ask for Your Divine Spirit to permeate their inner being
      as you have done mine,
      and, if it be Your will,
      I ask that “they” also receive your great and mighty divine love
      within their being.
      In love, in faith, and in hope,
      I remember my divine heart and spirit
      that You so graciously gave to me
      when I drew my first breath on this earth.
      I ask that You continue to bless my every waking moment
      to allow me to always be fully aware of my responsibility
      to myself and others
      while here on this earth.
      I came here to discover my divine purpose,
      and to be of service to others in a way that will bless their life
      as mine has been blessed.
      I thank you, Oh Great Master Spirit, for your continued blessings being
      showered upon my life.

      MaryLou Clarkson, Without Prejudice Box 27,POINT LOOKOUT, MISSOURI
      INFINITY FOUNDATION

      THE ORDER OF MINISTRY SOUL
      Ms. Gabrielle Godling/ Overseer
      C/o 3217 N.E. 13th St. #103
      Pompano Beach, Florida {33062}
      October 2, 2008
      RE: C/S Renewals #-1124929-2

      Hi Gabrielle,

      I have completed all the forms you need to file with the State of Arizona to reinstate THE ORDER OF MINISTRY SOUL. Please look at the sticky notes and submit papers ASAP envelope to A.C.C. provided. Second copies are marked for you to keep.

      I have prepared for you years – 2005- 2006-2007-2008 I have highlighted page 4 for your signature. Sign all 4 sets. I have also included a Corporation Statement of Change (#AR0009). Send this statement in with the forms above. This shows a change of address of Statutory Agent “Santucci”. This form also shows you have an out of state mailing address so you should start to receive your mail. I also show the statutory agent as your other corporate office.

      I copied my records to give you a copy of your C/S along with other papers you will need when you set up a checking account.

      Gabrielle, I produced two Secessions or Appointment forms for you, these are self explanatory. You should complete one to pass your C/S on to whom ever you wish.

      Send Arizona Corporate Commission a USPS Money order for $75.00 that’s $25.00 for the reinstatement and $10.00 x 4 Years =$40.00 that’s $65.00 and$10.00 for a Certificate in Good Standing from Arizona place the money order with the paperwork.

      Then please send a money order for $160.00 ($40.00 per year x 4= $160.00 normally $125.00 per year x 4= $500.00) to “SANTUCCI” C/o PO Box 92 Rockland, Wisconsin {54653} Betsy, Nick’s wife took over after he died.

      Please send me a Check for $225.00 for my work. Any Questions just call me.
      Thanx Gene Cipriano
      C/o 200 East Del Monte Ave Clewiston Florida [33440]
      Phone : (863) 902-0662 Fax: (863) 983-8484
      Uberrimae Fidei
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      Order of Ministry soul attached her CS

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      Order of Ministry soul attached her CS Uberrimae Fidei
      Attachments7/23/16
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      Order of Ministry soul attached her CS https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yPhDoERa5Vs

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        Springfield Armory Delivers 2 New Factory SBRs to Saint Rifle Lineup (Video)
        Friday, April 27, 2018 6:03
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        Expanding their line of AR-series offerings, Springfield has a pair of new 11.5-inch barreled SBRs ready for stamp collectors or uniformed users.

        The company debuted their Saint SBR and Saint Edge SBR officially on Friday, with the former using a forged lower receiver, and the latter a lightened billet lower. Each has a free-float M-Lok compatible handguard and 7075 T6 aluminum flat top upper with a forward assist and M4 feed ramps as well as Bravo Company Gunfighter buttstocks and pistol grips. Overall length, due to the adjustable stock, runs between 27.5 and 30.75-inches while weight goes just over 5.5-pounds.

        The Saint SBR has a government profiled barrel to go along with the forged lower and uses a nickel-boron GI-style trigger while the Edge SBR has light-weight profiled barrel and uses a short-reset single-stage match trigger. Both barrels are Melonite-finished Chrome Moly Vanadium and use a 1:8 twist.

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        Suggested retail on the Saint SBR is $1,049 while the Edge SBR goes $1,299, NFA taxes not included. Each ship with a single Magpul Gen M3 PMAG.

        The only visible difference is in the receiver, with the Saint Edge SBR, in the foreground, having obvious lightening cuts to the lower. (Photo: SA)

        The post Springfield Armory delivers 2 new factory SBRs to Saint rifle lineup (VIDEO) appeared first on Guns.com.

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        Teresa Sullivan
        to: “ML. [email protected] ©™”

        date: Mon, Mar 8, 2010 at 10:20 AM
        subject: Judy Gregory
        Forwarded conversation
        Subject: Judy Gregory
        ————————

        From:
        Date: Mon, Mar 8, 2010 at 9:05 AM
        To: [email protected]

        Hi T

        I hope all is well. Judy Gregory called me about her claim. She wants to get paid. She is holding a judgment against your mother dated 2/11/09 for $1,662.63 bearing 8% interest. I think we should pay her and be done. Her claim in the probate court is for $1,876.46 as she has added costs of $213.63 which are unclear. I would propose paying her the $1,662.63 but if she demands more I would only pay her the accrued interest per the judgment.

        Let me know if you agree in which case I will return her call from Friday and finalize this with her unless you want to handle it directly in which case her tel no is 616-318-3289. I am also attaching her claim for your convenience.

        Best Regards

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        From: Teresa Sullivan
        Date: Mon, Mar 8, 2010 at 10:06 AM
        To: [email protected]

        Well Hello S,

        It’s been too long since I’ve talked to you. Miss our daily chats….got too expensive though..hee hee

        Hope this finds you well, and not too overworked…life’s too short.

        I’m a little confused how this Judy Gregory can just pop up again and need to be paid.
        Maybe I missed something, but if memory serves me, she was advised she had a certain
        time frame in which she needed to act, and did not follow through with that at that time…

        Wrong, or right?

        Thought we WERE done with paying anyone that needed to be paid.

        I don’t pay myself these days. To update you, I did the estate taxes for 09, and owe
        the IRS an additional $7,000. Life’s good with me and the IRS….
        The hope was to close estate in June, and therefore must pay them off completely.
        Will do, but wasn’t planning on any additional costs.

        Let me know.

        T

        Teresa Sullivan
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        ———-
        From: Teresa Sullivan
        Date: Mon, Mar 8, 2010 at 10:19 AM
        To: SFLAWOFFICE

        Forwarded conversation
        Subject: Judy Gregory
        ————————

        From:
        Date: Mon, Mar 8, 2010 at 9:05 AM
        To: [email protected]

        ———-
        From: Teresa Sullivan
        Date: Mon, Mar 8, 2010 at 10:06 AM
        To: [email protected]

        Teresa Sullivan
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        December 14, 2009 ·
        Teresa Sullivan (Gabrielle Godlings’ daughter) carries on the Big Hat tradition..

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        Incarcerated Individuals’ Relationships are the family relations of individuals in prions or jails. Although the population of incarcerated men and women continues to increase,[1] there is little research on the effects of incarceration on inmates’ social worlds. However, it has been demonstrated that inmate’s relationships play a seminal role in their well-being both during and after incarceration,[2] making such research important in improving their overall health, and lowering rates of recidivism.[3]

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        Non-Romantic Social Support
        In an effort to ameliorate life in prison, inmates will often utilize different methods of social support. Some of the more salient of options for inmates is to form surrogate families, participate in religious activities, and enroll in educational programs.[4][5][6]

        Surrogate Families
        To combat the negative side effects of incarceration, such as loneliness and seclusion, many inmates seek out surrogate families for support.[4][7][8] Inmates emulate familial units by taking on different roles, such as father, mother, daughter, son, etc. Titles are given to those who participate in the family . These titles ascribe meanings to indicate either homosexual relationships (e.g., husband and wife) or platonic but caring relationships (e.g., mother and daughter). These temporary familial formations are more prevalent in female prisons than their male counterparts.[9] Although, some argue that male prison gangs fulfill a similar role.[10]

        Overall, surrogate families can offer a wide range of social support for inmates, such as aiding in conflict resolution, protection, and providing feelings of belongingness.[4][7][8] Further, these surrogate families may be one of the few methods female inmates utilize to garner social support since females are more likely than men to serve sentences in prisons that are far from their loved ones.[11] However, some research suggests that these surrogate families can often create more anger and frustration for inmates than seeking support through other avenues (e.g., vocational, educational, or religious).[12][13] Furthermore, newer inmates are more likely to seek out these formations than long-term inmates,[9] suggesting that these formations have beneficial short-term outcomes but become a hindrance as time passes.

        Religion While Incarcerated
        Religious services in the prison environment have a long-standing history. Penitentiaries were first established in the United States by religious leaders who sought to rehabilitate lawbreakers by repenting for their sins.[14] Since that time, religion has developed with the prison systems to become one of most prevalent and available forms of rehabilitation and programming offered to inmates.[15] Overall, this availability is often utilized by the prison population. For example, during a one-year period in 2004, 50% of male inmates and 85% of female inmates attended at least one religious service or activity.[5] Time spent utilizing religious opportunities and studies has more positive associations with inmates’ mental health and behavior than their nonreligious counterparts, demonstrated by higher scores on self-reports of self-satisfaction and confidence as well as lower rule violations.[5][12][13][14][16] Possible reasons may be that spending time away from prison cells in the prison chapel offers inmates time to bond with like-minded individuals and to find acceptance and support.[17] Religion also provides prisoners with a sense of security and helps prisoners choose prosocial behaviors over violent or maladaptive strategies.[5][16] Finally, religious services in the prison setting offer an environment that restricts criminal or antisocial behavior,[18] thus allowing inmates a rare chance to feel safe and welcomed.

        Education While Incarcerated
        Many prisons offer educational programs, such as vocational skill building, literacy programs, GED certifications, and college courses. These programs offer inmates a chance to improve self-confidence, break up prison life monotony, improve quality of life, and decrease chances of reoffending once back in civilian life.[6][19] This prosocial support, much like religion, has been associated with better prison behavior (i.e., fewer rule violations) and better mental health.[20] Further, once enrolled in educational programs, prisoners report a change in attitude towards life, improved self-esteem, confidence, and self-awareness and felt that without these programs their anger, frustration, and aggression would increase.[21] However, some research posits that prison-level support systems, such as education programs, provide more social support and thus more prosocial benefits for women than men.[22] This could be because women are relationship-oriented and women’s prison environment is less based on coercive power structures.[22]

        Intimate Partner Relationships
        Romantic relationships, sexual or otherwise, heavily influence the experiences and psychological health of incarcerated individuals. Varying forms of intimate-partner relationships (IPRs) both with fellow inmates and non-incarcerated individuals may furnish support and/or additional stressors for the incarcerated person. Topics to consider regarding IPRs of incarcerated individuals include: types of relationships, barriers to IPRs (relationship development and intimacy maintenance), positive and negative outcomes of IPRs, and the sexual practices therein.

        One Incarcerated Partner IPR’s
        The most prevalent research on the topic on intimate-partner relationships pertains to heterosexual romantic relationships with one incarcerated partner. Due to recent legislation in the United States, Homosexual married couples in the United States receive equivalent spousal privileges as heterosexual married couples regarding criminal trials and testifying.[23] These rights are reflected regarding contact with spouses while incarcerated (e.g. conjugal visits). That being said, California, Connecticut, Mississippi, New Mexico, New York, and Washington are the only six states that allow conjugal visits. Of these, only Mississippi denies married homosexual coupes the privilege of conjugal visits LGBT rights in the United States.[24] Therefore, IPRs with one incarcerated partner will be referred to as such regardless of the sexual orientation of the couple.

        Benefits
        Prison-specific research indicates that both male and female inmates who maintain strong family ties, including romantic partners, are better able to cope while in prison, have fewer disciplinary problems while incarcerated, and are less likely to recidivate after release from prison.[25] For example, inmates who reported having a happy marriage experienced more successful transitions back to their community at end of their sentence than those who described marriages with high levels of conflict.[26] In the interest of preventing recidivism, programs aimed at developing IPRs and increasing intimacy are gaining momentum to reduce the strain on inmates’ and their partners’ relationships. These programs, such as PREP: Marriage Education for Inmates, attempt to provide couples with strengthening and coping skills, such as making the most of time spent together.[27]

        Barriers
        Separation of romantic partners due to incarceration leads to unique stressors on IPRs. Much of this strain is due to limited and inadequate settings for face to face contact with the inmates’ significant other.[28] However, it is not only the physical separation of incarceration that puts stress on couples. The unique hardships of incarceration faced by one partner, and the forced independence within the general community faced by the other can create a psychological distance between them as well. The combination of both physical and psychological distance can place enormous strain on an inmate’s external IPR.[26] This strain is furthered by the sigma associated with incarceration, which limits sources of social support from the couples’ community.[29]

        Divorce
        Thus it may be unsurprising that many IPRs are terminated while one partner is incarcerated. The salient determinant of divorce is physical separation from a spouse.[30] This is especially pertinent to situations wherein physical contact is limited by distance or difficulties with the facility’s visitation procedures. Among visitors to prisons there is widespread dissatisfaction, regardless of age or ethnicity, with regulations pertinent to visiting their significant others, such as dress inspection. Visitors also expressed explicit anger over the visitation procedures that they considered to be demeaning, illogical, or unpredictably enforced. Examples of this include visitors whose attire is deemed inappropriate must change their clothing or forfeit their visit for that day and policing for any “hint” of sexual suggestion. Correctional officers confirm that these criteria are not consistently enforced.[28]

        Given the difficulty in visitation, and restricted contact with their partners, it is perhaps expected that many couples face the issue of infidelity while one is incarcerated. The ability to remain faithful to an incarcerated individual is often correlated to the length of the sentence; the longer the sentence the more likely that infidelity will occur . Further, despite expressions of loyalty, several romantic partners of incarcerated individuals confirmed that they maintain connections with potential partners in case their current relationships fail. When asked to report their perspectives on cheating, many incarcerated individuals reported that they could empathize with an unfaithful significant other if the actions occurred during their separation. However, many also stated that they would prefer not to know if infidelity had occurred.[26]

        Barriers to Future IPRs
        Consequences of incarceration on IPRs also exist for individuals who enter prison without a preexisting relationship, as well as those who exit following IPR dissolution. Previous inmates are placed at a significant disadvantage for assuming mainstream social roles upon reentry into the community, particularly romantic relationships. Separation from the community, stigma associated with time in prison, and fewer employment opportunities decrease the likelihood that ex-inmates will marry. Thus, incarceration has a lasting impact on one’s ability to engage in, and maintain, IPRs.[29]

        Benefits of Heterosexual IPRs
        Prisoners may also engage in IPRs with fellow offenders during their incarceration. While most prisons are heterogeneous in the sex of their inmates, there are some facilities that house both men and women; within such institutions there are cases where heterosexual married couples are held in the same location. This situation is globally rare, but drawing attention due to the benefits for these prisoners. For instance, inmates in these relationships experience a lower level of romantic loneliness, and a higher level of sexual satisfaction as well as increased global, psychological, and environment quality of life compared to inmates in external IPRs and inmates with no partner. This suggests that inmates in the same prison will benefit from developing IPRs with other inmates. In the rare instances where inmates are permitted contact with incarcerated members of the opposite sex, non-marriage IRPs are also shown to be beneficial for the inmates’ interpersonal and psychological state.[31]

        Characteristics of Homosexual IPRs
        The final form of IPR to consider is a same-sex relationship between inmates in a gender specific facility. Previous research has demonstrated differences between the manifestations of homosexual IPRs in male and female prison settings. Such differences include relationship characteristics where women were found to create more stable interpersonal relationships and engage in fewer forced or coerced sexual interactions compared to incarcerated men.[16] However, there has been more recent evidence to suggestion that homosexual IPRs in women’s facilities are beginning to look more like those prototypically represented in male facilities .

        It is not atypical to become involved in homosexual relationships, see LGBT people in prison, while in prison.[32] Most instances of IPRs between incarcerated individuals are identified as consensual sexual activity as opposed to genuine romantic love. In fact, women in prison report that sincere romantic attachment between inmates is the exception rather than the norm. According to inmate self-report, the benefits of consensual sexual relationships are primarily economic in nature. For example, one may engage in such a relationship for the exchange of resources, such as commissary goods and money, or due to loneliness (deprivation of heterosexual intercourse).[16] The description of these relationships closely reflects what has been reported to typically occur in men’s prisons, see Situational sexual behavior. For example, incarcerated males endorsed that those who participate in consensual sexual contact often do so due to the deprivation of heterosexual intercourse or in exchange for favors (e.g. status and protection).[32]

        Incarcerated Individuals as Parents
        Incarceration often has major effects on individuals’ relationships with their family members, and the impact that incarceration has on these relationships is seminal in understanding these individuals’ overall well being. This impact is especially salient in the parent-child dynamic that is created when a mother or father is introduced to the justice system. This dynamic is become more and more pervasive, given the large and growing numbers of parents currently incarcerated.[33]

        Growing Numbers
        According to the Bureau of Justice Statistics (2010), “An estimated 809,800 prisoners of the 1,518,525 held in the nation’s prisons at midyear 2007 were parents of minor children…accounting for 2.3% of the U.S. resident population under 18 (p 1).[33]” In fact, in 2007, half of all incarcerated individuals were parents.[34] This number has grown exponentially since 1991, with the number of incarcerated men who endorsed being fathers increasing by 76%, and the number of mothers increasing by 122%.[34]

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        Parent – Child Contact
        Not only are there large and growing numbers of parents in prison or jail, the effects of incarceration on their familial relationships have associations with strong negative outcomes.[33] For example, many women who are incarcerated endorse being single mothers, and are often labeled as inadequate providers for their children during and after their time in prison or jail.[33] In fact, 52% of incarcerated mothers report living in a single-parent household compared to 19% of incarcerated fathers.[33] Unlike many male inmates, whose children are likely to remain in the care of the their wives or girlfriends, incarcerated females are at very high risk of losing their children to the State.[33] The separation and lack of contact with their children that these women endorse has been described as damaging to their mental health.[2] Studies on mothers post-release have underscored this conceptualization by demonstrating that healthy mother-child relationships have positive impacts on depression symptoms and self-esteem. In other words, healthy relationships with their children appear to improve women’s emotional health during and after their time involved in the justice system.[35]

        Further, as time goes on incarcerated parents are less likely to have contact with their children.[34] A nation-wide study in 2004 demonstrated that “more than half of parents housed in a state correctional facility had never had a personal visit from their child(ren), and almost half of parents in a federal facility had experienced the same (p. 7).[34]” The lack of contact is likely due in part to parents often being housed far from their places of residence. In fact, in 2004, only 15% of parents in state facilities and 5% of parents in federal facilities were incarcerated within a 50-mile radius of the homes at the times of their arrest.[34] Contrast these numbers with the 62% of parents housed in a state correctional facility, and 84% of parents living in federal correctional facilities who endorsed living more than 100 miles from their homes at the time of their arrest. Such distances indicate that incarcerated parents often live too far from home to see their children on a regular basis.[34]

        Some protective factors have been identified to increase inmate’s well-being while separated from their children. Such factors include forms of remote contact, such as phone calls or written letters.[36] Studies have shown that remote contact can serve as a practical alternative to visitation in reducing parental stress, and distress in regard to mothers’ feelings of capability as a parent. Further, Clarke et al. (2005) demonstrated that fathers in prison endorsed remote contact, over visitation, as ideal contact with their children because such contact offers an opportunity to show commitment to their relationship in a controlled manner. Therefore, remote contact may offer incarcerated parents an avenue to demonstrate their parental competency and commitment in a controlled manner without the hindrance of proximity.[37]

        Financial Impact
        The financial burden of being a parent behind bars also perpetuates high amounts of stress that can affect overall well being.[38] For example, incarcerated mothers who endorse being the primary caretaker of their children often receive limited resources from their social network outside of the prison or jail.[38] A woman’s social network is typically engendered with the costly responsibility of raising her children during her sentence, meaning that she receives far less financial support than other women who do not seek childcare from their social system.[38]

        Further, families under financial stress before a parent’s incarceration are likely to experience increased difficulty in staying in contact with the individual.[39] In a 2008 study of incarcerated mothers, results demonstrated that women who were at risk due to young age, unemployment, being a single parent, and low education were less likely than other inmates to have their children visit during their sentence.[39] This difficulty is likely due to the high cost of contact with incarcerated individuals.[40] For example, a study done in 2006 found that families in certain areas of the Bronx were spending 15% of their incomes each month in order to stay in touch with incarcerated family members.[40]

        This financial burden is exacerbated by the fact that there is reduced opportunity for employment after incarceration for both men and women.[41] The reduced ability of parents to receive legitimate income means that the family has less access to essential resources. Such predicaments increase parents vulnerability to become involved in drugs, prostitution, and theft for income,[41] thus encouraging the cyclical nature of incarceration and further disruption of the family system.

        Though some relationships have protective factors that buffer against re-entry into the criminal justice system, others contribute to the propensity to re-offend. Relationships among families, peers, communities, and romantic partners all contribute in a unique way to predict how successfully an individual reintegrates into society.[42][43][44]

        Relationships and Reoffending
        Though some relationships have protective factors that buffer against re-entry into the criminal justice system, others contribute to the propensity to re-offend. Relationships among families, peers, communities, and romantic partners all contribute in a unique way to predict how successfully an individual reintegrates into society [42][43][44]

        Social Context Upon Release
        Upon release, the communities that offenders find themselves in can impact the success of reentry. It is often the case that offenders are released into areas that are socially isolated and low in resources. These disadvantaged neighborhoods are shown to be a risk factor for recidivism.[43] The result is an inability to use social networks in order to integrate into new communities and use social relationships to advance employment opportunities.[45] Furthermore, researchers have theorized that placement of offenders in disadvantaged neighborhoods where members of the community have weak attachments to their jobs likely exposes newly released prisoners to social circumstances that are conducive to criminal activity.[46] It has further been theorized that disadvantaged neighborhoods to which offenders are released are often low in informal control, resulting in less informal sanction for deviant behaviour, which can open the pathway for re-offending.[47] Social disorganization further provides a poor “normative environment “ (p. 170),[48] as there is a presence of conflicting information of moral standards. When prisoners are released into their pre-incarceration environment, there exists the potential to re-initiate contact with negatively social influences, possibly leading towards re-offending.[49]

        Social Costs as Deterrents
        Many have proposed that the need for social contact is essential to human well-being and functioning.[50][51] Offenders who enter the prison system are forced to re-arrange their social connections with fellow inmates and correctional staff.[44] Specifically, when first-time offenders experience the negative social impacts of incarceration, these experiences serve to deter individuals from reoffending and have been identified as the social costs of imprisonment.[44] Common experiences that result in the pain of social costs during incarceration include deprivation of social contact with the outside world (e.g. family and friends), loss of autonomy, and negative social interactions within the confounds of incarceration (i.e. physical violence).[44][52] Research on first-time offenders indicates that the most costly social pain experienced within these populations is the deprivation of contact with persons outside the prison facility, highlighting the importance of positive social associations outside of prison walls as deterrents of recidivism.[44]

        Visitation
        Visitations by significant social contacts (e.g. family members, peers) can serve as reminders of positive associations with the outside world. Social constraints, isolation, and traumas experienced while incarcerated may contribute to risks in recidivism,[53] and visitation by significant persons are, to some degree, effective in protecting against these factors.[42] Research indicates that visitation from significant others and spouses are most effective in reducing recidivism, followed by visits from friends and non-spousal family members.[42] However, findings indicate that after 3 to 4 visits, the positive effects of visitation on recidivism decreases.[42] This can potentially be attributed to the reduction in pain from social costs due to lack of social deprivation. Visitation during incarceration assists in maintaining social ties, which are essential to the availability of social support, social networking to acquire resources, and in turn successful reentry upon release from prison.[54]

        Marriage and Family
        The role of marriage has been investigated in relation to recidivism. Research indicates that early marriages (age at marriage) that are cohesive in nature can be protective against recidivism.[55] Individuals who engage in less recidivistic behaviour are also less likely to be divorced or separated, or to have engaged in impulsive decision-making to marry.[55] These findings indicate that while marriage alone is not a protective factor against re-offending, marriages with strong foundations and entered with consideration have to potential to reduce recidivism. The association between healthy marriages and reduced recidivism has initiated marriage and relationship skills educational programs for incarcerated population to prepare them for reintegration, such as The Oklahoma Marriage Initiative.

        Similarly, community-based family strengthening models have been implemented in order to promote connectedness among family members so as to better support relatives who might be at risk to re-offend.[50] As research has indicated family connectedness to be an important factor in psychological well-being and positive outcomes, emphasis on imparting knowledge about the experience of incarcerated family members is of high importance in order to maintain high levels of social support within the family system.[50] Results from these programs indicate that a focus on connectedness within families was associated with gains in relationship skills, as well as recidivism, demonstrating the importance of familial support and understanding in desistance.[50]

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        BJS – Parents in Prison and Their Minor Children [1]
        BJS – Profile of Jail Inmates, 2002 [2]
        Children of Incarcerated Parents – Factsheet [3]
        Lowering Recidivism Through Family Communication [4]
        NCSL – Children of Incarcerated Parents [5]
        Prison Reentry in Perspective [6]
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      Incarcerated Individuals’ Relationships are the family relations of individuals in prions or jails. Although the population of incarcerated men and women continues to increase,[1] there is little research on the effects of incarceration on inmates’ social worlds. However, it has been demonstrated that inmate’s relationships play a seminal role in their well-being both during and after incarceration,[2] making such research important in improving their overall health, and lowering rates of recidivism.[3]

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      Non-Romantic Social Support
      In an effort to ameliorate life in prison, inmates will often utilize different methods of social support. Some of the more salient of options for inmates is to form surrogate families, participate in religious activities, and enroll in educational programs.[4][5][6]

      Surrogate Families
      To combat the negative side effects of incarceration, such as loneliness and seclusion, many inmates seek out surrogate families for support.[4][7][8] Inmates emulate familial units by taking on different roles, such as father, mother, daughter, son, etc. Titles are given to those who participate in the family . These titles ascribe meanings to indicate either homosexual relationships (e.g., husband and wife) or platonic but caring relationships (e.g., mother and daughter). These temporary familial formations are more prevalent in female prisons than their male counterparts.[9] Although, some argue that male prison gangs fulfill a similar role.[10]

      Overall, surrogate families can offer a wide range of social support for inmates, such as aiding in conflict resolution, protection, and providing feelings of belongingness.[4][7][8] Further, these surrogate families may be one of the few methods female inmates utilize to garner social support since females are more likely than men to serve sentences in prisons that are far from their loved ones.[11] However, some research suggests that these surrogate families can often create more anger and frustration for inmates than seeking support through other avenues (e.g., vocational, educational, or religious).[12][13] Furthermore, newer inmates are more likely to seek out these formations than long-term inmates,[9] suggesting that these formations have beneficial short-term outcomes but become a hindrance as time passes.

      Religion While Incarcerated
      Religious services in the prison environment have a long-standing history. Penitentiaries were first established in the United States by religious leaders who sought to rehabilitate lawbreakers by repenting for their sins.[14] Since that time, religion has developed with the prison systems to become one of most prevalent and available forms of rehabilitation and programming offered to inmates.[15] Overall, this availability is often utilized by the prison population. For example, during a one-year period in 2004, 50% of male inmates and 85% of female inmates attended at least one religious service or activity.[5] Time spent utilizing religious opportunities and studies has more positive associations with inmates’ mental health and behavior than their nonreligious counterparts, demonstrated by higher scores on self-reports of self-satisfaction and confidence as well as lower rule violations.[5][12][13][14][16] Possible reasons may be that spending time away from prison cells in the prison chapel offers inmates time to bond with like-minded individuals and to find acceptance and support.[17] Religion also provides prisoners with a sense of security and helps prisoners choose prosocial behaviors over violent or maladaptive strategies.[5][16] Finally, religious services in the prison setting offer an environment that restricts criminal or antisocial behavior,[18] thus allowing inmates a rare chance to feel safe and welcomed.

      Education While Incarcerated
      Many prisons offer educational programs, such as vocational skill building, literacy programs, GED certifications, and college courses. These programs offer inmates a chance to improve self-confidence, break up prison life monotony, improve quality of life, and decrease chances of reoffending once back in civilian life.[6][19] This prosocial support, much like religion, has been associated with better prison behavior (i.e., fewer rule violations) and better mental health.[20] Further, once enrolled in educational programs, prisoners report a change in attitude towards life, improved self-esteem, confidence, and self-awareness and felt that without these programs their anger, frustration, and aggression would increase.[21] However, some research posits that prison-level support systems, such as education programs, provide more social support and thus more prosocial benefits for women than men.[22] This could be because women are relationship-oriented and women’s prison environment is less based on coercive power structures.[22]

      Intimate Partner Relationships
      Romantic relationships, sexual or otherwise, heavily influence the experiences and psychological health of incarcerated individuals. Varying forms of intimate-partner relationships (IPRs) both with fellow inmates and non-incarcerated individuals may furnish support and/or additional stressors for the incarcerated person. Topics to consider regarding IPRs of incarcerated individuals include: types of relationships, barriers to IPRs (relationship development and intimacy maintenance), positive and negative outcomes of IPRs, and the sexual practices therein.

      One Incarcerated Partner IPR’s
      The most prevalent research on the topic on intimate-partner relationships pertains to heterosexual romantic relationships with one incarcerated partner. Due to recent legislation in the United States, Homosexual married couples in the United States receive equivalent spousal privileges as heterosexual married couples regarding criminal trials and testifying.[23] These rights are reflected regarding contact with spouses while incarcerated (e.g. conjugal visits). That being said, California, Connecticut, Mississippi, New Mexico, New York, and Washington are the only six states that allow conjugal visits. Of these, only Mississippi denies married homosexual coupes the privilege of conjugal visits LGBT rights in the United States.[24] Therefore, IPRs with one incarcerated partner will be referred to as such regardless of the sexual orientation of the couple.

      Benefits
      Prison-specific research indicates that both male and female inmates who maintain strong family ties, including romantic partners, are better able to cope while in prison, have fewer disciplinary problems while incarcerated, and are less likely to recidivate after release from prison.[25] For example, inmates who reported having a happy marriage experienced more successful transitions back to their community at end of their sentence than those who described marriages with high levels of conflict.[26] In the interest of preventing recidivism, programs aimed at developing IPRs and increasing intimacy are gaining momentum to reduce the strain on inmates’ and their partners’ relationships. These programs, such as PREP: Marriage Education for Inmates, attempt to provide couples with strengthening and coping skills, such as making the most of time spent together.[27]

      Barriers
      Separation of romantic partners due to incarceration leads to unique stressors on IPRs. Much of this strain is due to limited and inadequate settings for face to face contact with the inmates’ significant other.[28] However, it is not only the physical separation of incarceration that puts stress on couples. The unique hardships of incarceration faced by one partner, and the forced independence within the general community faced by the other can create a psychological distance between them as well. The combination of both physical and psychological distance can place enormous strain on an inmate’s external IPR.[26] This strain is furthered by the sigma associated with incarceration, which limits sources of social support from the couples’ community.[29]

      Divorce
      Thus it may be unsurprising that many IPRs are terminated while one partner is incarcerated. The salient determinant of divorce is physical separation from a spouse.[30] This is especially pertinent to situations wherein physical contact is limited by distance or difficulties with the facility’s visitation procedures. Among visitors to prisons there is widespread dissatisfaction, regardless of age or ethnicity, with regulations pertinent to visiting their significant others, such as dress inspection. Visitors also expressed explicit anger over the visitation procedures that they considered to be demeaning, illogical, or unpredictably enforced. Examples of this include visitors whose attire is deemed inappropriate must change their clothing or forfeit their visit for that day and policing for any “hint” of sexual suggestion. Correctional officers confirm that these criteria are not consistently enforced.[28]

      Given the difficulty in visitation, and restricted contact with their partners, it is perhaps expected that many couples face the issue of infidelity while one is incarcerated. The ability to remain faithful to an incarcerated individual is often correlated to the length of the sentence; the longer the sentence the more likely that infidelity will occur . Further, despite expressions of loyalty, several romantic partners of incarcerated individuals confirmed that they maintain connections with potential partners in case their current relationships fail. When asked to report their perspectives on cheating, many incarcerated individuals reported that they could empathize with an unfaithful significant other if the actions occurred during their separation. However, many also stated that they would prefer not to know if infidelity had occurred.[26]

      Barriers to Future IPRs
      Consequences of incarceration on IPRs also exist for individuals who enter prison without a preexisting relationship, as well as those who exit following IPR dissolution. Previous inmates are placed at a significant disadvantage for assuming mainstream social roles upon reentry into the community, particularly romantic relationships. Separation from the community, stigma associated with time in prison, and fewer employment opportunities decrease the likelihood that ex-inmates will marry. Thus, incarceration has a lasting impact on one’s ability to engage in, and maintain, IPRs.[29]

      Benefits of Heterosexual IPRs
      Prisoners may also engage in IPRs with fellow offenders during their incarceration. While most prisons are heterogeneous in the sex of their inmates, there are some facilities that house both men and women; within such institutions there are cases where heterosexual married couples are held in the same location. This situation is globally rare, but drawing attention due to the benefits for these prisoners. For instance, inmates in these relationships experience a lower level of romantic loneliness, and a higher level of sexual satisfaction as well as increased global, psychological, and environment quality of life compared to inmates in external IPRs and inmates with no partner. This suggests that inmates in the same prison will benefit from developing IPRs with other inmates. In the rare instances where inmates are permitted contact with incarcerated members of the opposite sex, non-marriage IRPs are also shown to be beneficial for the inmates’ interpersonal and psychological state.[31]

      Characteristics of Homosexual IPRs
      The final form of IPR to consider is a same-sex relationship between inmates in a gender specific facility. Previous research has demonstrated differences between the manifestations of homosexual IPRs in male and female prison settings. Such differences include relationship characteristics where women were found to create more stable interpersonal relationships and engage in fewer forced or coerced sexual interactions compared to incarcerated men.[16] However, there has been more recent evidence to suggestion that homosexual IPRs in women’s facilities are beginning to look more like those prototypically represented in male facilities .

      It is not atypical to become involved in homosexual relationships, see LGBT people in prison, while in prison.[32] Most instances of IPRs between incarcerated individuals are identified as consensual sexual activity as opposed to genuine romantic love. In fact, women in prison report that sincere romantic attachment between inmates is the exception rather than the norm. According to inmate self-report, the benefits of consensual sexual relationships are primarily economic in nature. For example, one may engage in such a relationship for the exchange of resources, such as commissary goods and money, or due to loneliness (deprivation of heterosexual intercourse).[16] The description of these relationships closely reflects what has been reported to typically occur in men’s prisons, see Situational sexual behavior. For example, incarcerated males endorsed that those who participate in consensual sexual contact often do so due to the deprivation of heterosexual intercourse or in exchange for favors (e.g. status and protection).[32]

      Incarcerated Individuals as Parents
      Incarceration often has major effects on individuals’ relationships with their family members, and the impact that incarceration has on these relationships is seminal in understanding these individuals’ overall well being. This impact is especially salient in the parent-child dynamic that is created when a mother or father is introduced to the justice system. This dynamic is become more and more pervasive, given the large and growing numbers of parents currently incarcerated.[33]

      Growing Numbers
      According to the Bureau of Justice Statistics (2010), “An estimated 809,800 prisoners of the 1,518,525 held in the nation’s prisons at midyear 2007 were parents of minor children…accounting for 2.3% of the U.S. resident population under 18 (p 1).[33]” In fact, in 2007, half of all incarcerated individuals were parents.[34] This number has grown exponentially since 1991, with the number of incarcerated men who endorsed being fathers increasing by 76%, and the number of mothers increasing by 122%.[34]

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      Parent – Child Contact
      Not only are there large and growing numbers of parents in prison or jail, the effects of incarceration on their familial relationships have associations with strong negative outcomes.[33] For example, many women who are incarcerated endorse being single mothers, and are often labeled as inadequate providers for their children during and after their time in prison or jail.[33] In fact, 52% of incarcerated mothers report living in a single-parent household compared to 19% of incarcerated fathers.[33] Unlike many male inmates, whose children are likely to remain in the care of the their wives or girlfriends, incarcerated females are at very high risk of losing their children to the State.[33] The separation and lack of contact with their children that these women endorse has been described as damaging to their mental health.[2] Studies on mothers post-release have underscored this conceptualization by demonstrating that healthy mother-child relationships have positive impacts on depression symptoms and self-esteem. In other words, healthy relationships with their children appear to improve women’s emotional health during and after their time involved in the justice system.[35]

      Further, as time goes on incarcerated parents are less likely to have contact with their children.[34] A nation-wide study in 2004 demonstrated that “more than half of parents housed in a state correctional facility had never had a personal visit from their child(ren), and almost half of parents in a federal facility had experienced the same (p. 7).[34]” The lack of contact is likely due in part to parents often being housed far from their places of residence. In fact, in 2004, only 15% of parents in state facilities and 5% of parents in federal facilities were incarcerated within a 50-mile radius of the homes at the times of their arrest.[34] Contrast these numbers with the 62% of parents housed in a state correctional facility, and 84% of parents living in federal correctional facilities who endorsed living more than 100 miles from their homes at the time of their arrest. Such distances indicate that incarcerated parents often live too far from home to see their children on a regular basis.[34]

      Some protective factors have been identified to increase inmate’s well-being while separated from their children. Such factors include forms of remote contact, such as phone calls or written letters.[36] Studies have shown that remote contact can serve as a practical alternative to visitation in reducing parental stress, and distress in regard to mothers’ feelings of capability as a parent. Further, Clarke et al. (2005) demonstrated that fathers in prison endorsed remote contact, over visitation, as ideal contact with their children because such contact offers an opportunity to show commitment to their relationship in a controlled manner. Therefore, remote contact may offer incarcerated parents an avenue to demonstrate their parental competency and commitment in a controlled manner without the hindrance of proximity.[37]

      Financial Impact
      The financial burden of being a parent behind bars also perpetuates high amounts of stress that can affect overall well being.[38] For example, incarcerated mothers who endorse being the primary caretaker of their children often receive limited resources from their social network outside of the prison or jail.[38] A woman’s social network is typically engendered with the costly responsibility of raising her children during her sentence, meaning that she receives far less financial support than other women who do not seek childcare from their social system.[38]

      Further, families under financial stress before a parent’s incarceration are likely to experience increased difficulty in staying in contact with the individual.[39] In a 2008 study of incarcerated mothers, results demonstrated that women who were at risk due to young age, unemployment, being a single parent, and low education were less likely than other inmates to have their children visit during their sentence.[39] This difficulty is likely due to the high cost of contact with incarcerated individuals.[40] For example, a study done in 2006 found that families in certain areas of the Bronx were spending 15% of their incomes each month in order to stay in touch with incarcerated family members.[40]

      This financial burden is exacerbated by the fact that there is reduced opportunity for employment after incarceration for both men and women.[41] The reduced ability of parents to receive legitimate income means that the family has less access to essential resources. Such predicaments increase parents vulnerability to become involved in drugs, prostitution, and theft for income,[41] thus encouraging the cyclical nature of incarceration and further disruption of the family system.

      Though some relationships have protective factors that buffer against re-entry into the criminal justice system, others contribute to the propensity to re-offend. Relationships among families, peers, communities, and romantic partners all contribute in a unique way to predict how successfully an individual reintegrates into society.[42][43][44]

      Relationships and Reoffending
      Though some relationships have protective factors that buffer against re-entry into the criminal justice system, others contribute to the propensity to re-offend. Relationships among families, peers, communities, and romantic partners all contribute in a unique way to predict how successfully an individual reintegrates into society [42][43][44]

      Social Context Upon Release
      Upon release, the communities that offenders find themselves in can impact the success of reentry. It is often the case that offenders are released into areas that are socially isolated and low in resources. These disadvantaged neighborhoods are shown to be a risk factor for recidivism.[43] The result is an inability to use social networks in order to integrate into new communities and use social relationships to advance employment opportunities.[45] Furthermore, researchers have theorized that placement of offenders in disadvantaged neighborhoods where members of the community have weak attachments to their jobs likely exposes newly released prisoners to social circumstances that are conducive to criminal activity.[46] It has further been theorized that disadvantaged neighborhoods to which offenders are released are often low in informal control, resulting in less informal sanction for deviant behaviour, which can open the pathway for re-offending.[47] Social disorganization further provides a poor “normative environment “ (p. 170),[48] as there is a presence of conflicting information of moral standards. When prisoners are released into their pre-incarceration environment, there exists the potential to re-initiate contact with negatively social influences, possibly leading towards re-offending.[49]

      Social Costs as Deterrents
      Many have proposed that the need for social contact is essential to human well-being and functioning.[50][51] Offenders who enter the prison system are forced to re-arrange their social connections with fellow inmates and correctional staff.[44] Specifically, when first-time offenders experience the negative social impacts of incarceration, these experiences serve to deter individuals from reoffending and have been identified as the social costs of imprisonment.[44] Common experiences that result in the pain of social costs during incarceration include deprivation of social contact with the outside world (e.g. family and friends), loss of autonomy, and negative social interactions within the confounds of incarceration (i.e. physical violence).[44][52] Research on first-time offenders indicates that the most costly social pain experienced within these populations is the deprivation of contact with persons outside the prison facility, highlighting the importance of positive social associations outside of prison walls as deterrents of recidivism.[44]

      Visitation
      Visitations by significant social contacts (e.g. family members, peers) can serve as reminders of positive associations with the outside world. Social constraints, isolation, and traumas experienced while incarcerated may contribute to risks in recidivism,[53] and visitation by significant persons are, to some degree, effective in protecting against these factors.[42] Research indicates that visitation from significant others and spouses are most effective in reducing recidivism, followed by visits from friends and non-spousal family members.[42] However, findings indicate that after 3 to 4 visits, the positive effects of visitation on recidivism decreases.[42] This can potentially be attributed to the reduction in pain from social costs due to lack of social deprivation. Visitation during incarceration assists in maintaining social ties, which are essential to the availability of social support, social networking to acquire resources, and in turn successful reentry upon release from prison.[54]

      Marriage and Family
      The role of marriage has been investigated in relation to recidivism. Research indicates that early marriages (age at marriage) that are cohesive in nature can be protective against recidivism.[55] Individuals who engage in less recidivistic behaviour are also less likely to be divorced or separated, or to have engaged in impulsive decision-making to marry.[55] These findings indicate that while marriage alone is not a protective factor against re-offending, marriages with strong foundations and entered with consideration have to potential to reduce recidivism. The association between healthy marriages and reduced recidivism has initiated marriage and relationship skills educational programs for incarcerated population to prepare them for reintegration, such as The Oklahoma Marriage Initiative.

      Similarly, community-based family strengthening models have been implemented in order to promote connectedness among family members so as to better support relatives who might be at risk to re-offend.[50] As research has indicated family connectedness to be an important factor in psychological well-being and positive outcomes, emphasis on imparting knowledge about the experience of incarcerated family members is of high importance in order to maintain high levels of social support within the family system.[50] Results from these programs indicate that a focus on connectedness within families was associated with gains in relationship skills, as well as recidivism, demonstrating the importance of familial support and understanding in desistance.[50]

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      I hope all is well. Judy Gregory called me about her claim. She wants to get paid. She is holding a judgment against your mother dated 2/11/09 for $1,662.63 bearing 8% interest. I think we should pay her and be done. Her claim in the probate court is for $1,876.46 as she has added costs of $213.63 which are unclear. I would propose paying her the $1,662.63 but if she demands more I would only pay her the accrued interest per the judgment.

      Let me know if you agree in which case I will return her call from Friday and finalize this with her unless you want to handle it directly in which case her tel no is 616-318-3289. I am also attaching her claim for your convenience.

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      DAVID ROLAND HINKSON on 5/13/2018 8:23:09 PM wrote
      Out of communication fees for a few days.
      Please try to put M. Fas on as we promised Jus. this would be done.
      and Paris’s, money as he is also going to the store at 9:00 in the morning. Need to secure this deal.
      We shop early tomorrow. New deal as we used to shop on Tuesday. So the funds need to be done and here before 9:00 in the morning if possible, as I promised them; so it is important.
      oH and Billy says thank you. This works out for us starting this coming Saturday.
      So, things are looking up across the board. I talked to Guy about putting you in touch with Jeremiah’s brother, as I thought maybe you could help you for free if you help him, as he has a claim near yours.
      I have four semi dump trucks and this might be more than we need to get started. Maybe what you should do it trade one of my semi dump trucks for a semi that is a regular semi. There is a guy in Kamiah (just west on the highway) that has an equipment yard full of equipment. He would make this trade and it might not cost you anything. Maybe you could get him to sell you a used low boy for a reasonable price as we will need one. Then you could use this semi to move the equipment without having to hire Baker trucking in Grangeville. I would give permission to make this trade. If you trade one of these trucks trade the one that does not have the jack brake as we need to keep that one. I sent my dad two emails telling him to let you use this equipment.
      I talked to Guy once this week and he told me that he has decided to move to the same area out in NV, that you say you have your claims. He thinks as the zoning is liberal this would be a good place to live in the future. It is also much closer to Vegas so we should be able to milk the Cas at our pleasure and enjoy the buffet’s. Note that Doug Noland used to earn money with his own system. He never did show me his system. But I assure you he was very smart about many many things. It is a shame he is now gone. Remember he gave me the formulas for turning the mono atomic powdered (looks white), gold back into being actually yellow. I have this concept and can share it with you soon just ask. I now wonder just how much of this monatomic Gold there is out there with the Platinum. I think that we need to use a concept where we gather both the monatomic gold and the Platinum as the same time and this will make our whole venture more profitable. For example, if we use a system like leach mining with the sprinklers we might be able to gather up the monatomic gold and the Platinum dust all at the same time using the filtration system. Just a thought as we could just sprinkle the regular dirt under the leach pad. One problem with the Monatomic Gold is that it is not as heavy as when it is yellow and therefore, it might not pan out using vibration, but using electrical vibration it would pan out. So as you can see we have a lot to think about. When I processed the rock in my pit that was next to my home and factory (basalt) I found out there there was about 3,000 ounces of this Mono atomic Gold in this rock. I used to have a small Rock Crusher in my pit and it is probably still on my property somewhere as I don’t think anyone would have wanted to steal it. See if you can find it and move it to NV. So what I’m trying to tell you is that we need to move most all of my equipment to NV. You could check the DuPont Registry and see if the home that was on 200 acres in NYE county is still for sale? What we can not do is go ahead and put a couple of 70 trailers out in the desert some where to provide for fast housing. We can buy one of those at a very low cost. We will need to have a well drilled as I’m sure that we will need water. Once you have filed on the 20 acres of BLM land you can go ahead and drill a well and start using this land. Now pay attention. If you can find some land near buy that is not going to be mined, you can file a millsite claim on that piece of land and you can put a trailer on this location and living there as a residence. So, really you need two kinds of claims. The claims you are going to mine and the claims where you are going to process the work. The truck can be used to haul the dirt between these two locations. So as you can see it might be important going in to put together a game plan on some paper. It might take you a few months to just figure out how the best way to process this ore should be. But either way as the Platinum and potential Monatomic Gold are all in the dirt we don’t have the expense of having to grind up the rock. You also need to figure out a place to put the tails or the material that has already been processed. Maybe you can find some land near by that can be claimed for the tailings pile. So as you can see you need to put some thought into all of this. Note, so as you can see it might be smart to work with another group or even combine your efforts.
      Dave
      Note that when I was working with Doug in the past we learned something very interesting.
      Mono Atomic Gold and the Platinum will dissolve in just regular HCL Acid and Ozone will remove the Nitrates if there are any. This means you could use HCL only or even some HCL with say 10% Nit. Acid and you would end up being able to use commercial Ozone to get rid of the Nitrates in the end.
      Just thought you would like to know. Again you can see that Ozone is important and very much needed.
      Dave

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        Premier Wen Jiabao shakes hands with his Russian counterpart Vladimir Putin on a visit to St. Petersburg on Tuesday.ALEXEY DRUZHININ / AFP

        St. Petersburg, Russia – China and Russia have decided to renounce the US dollar and resort to using their own currencies for bilateral trade, Premier Wen Jiabao and his Russian counterpart Vladimir Putin announced late on Tuesday.
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        Chinese experts said the move reflected closer relations between Beijing and Moscow and is not aimed at challenging the dollar, but to protect their domestic economies.
        “About trade settlement, we have decided to use our own currencies,” Putin said at a joint news conference with Wen in St. Petersburg.

        The two countries were accustomed to using other currencies, especially the dollar, for bilateral trade. Since the financial crisis, however, high-ranking officials on both sides began to explore other possibilities.

        The yuan has now started trading against the Russian rouble in the Chinese interbank market, while the renminbi will soon be allowed to trade against the rouble in Russia, Putin said.

        “That has forged an important step in bilateral trade and it is a result of the consolidated financial systems of world countries,” he said.

        Putin made his remarks after a meeting with Wen. They also officiated at a signing ceremony for 12 documents, including energy cooperation.

        The documents covered cooperation on aviation, railroad construction, customs, protecting intellectual property, culture and a joint communiqu. Details of the documents have yet to be released.

        Putin said one of the pacts between the two countries is about the purchase of two nuclear reactors from Russia by China’s Tianwan nuclear power plant, the most advanced nuclear power complex in China.

        Putin has called for boosting sales of natural resources – Russia’s main export – to China, but price has proven to be a sticking point.

        Russian Deputy Prime Minister Igor Sechin, who holds sway over Russia’s energy sector, said following a meeting with Chinese representatives that Moscow and Beijing are unlikely to agree on the price of Russian gas supplies to China before the middle of next year.

        Russia is looking for China to pay prices similar to those Russian gas giant Gazprom charges its European customers, but Beijing wants a discount. The two sides were about $100 per 1,000 cubic meters apart, according to Chinese officials last week.

        Wen’s trip follows Russian President Dmitry Medvedev’s three-day visit to China in September, during which he and President Hu Jintao launched a cross-border pipeline linking the world’s biggest energy producer with the largest energy consumer.

        Wen said at the press conference that the partnership between Beijing and Moscow has “reached an unprecedented level” and pledged the two countries will “never become each other’s enemy”.

        Over the past year, “our strategic cooperative partnership endured strenuous tests and reached an unprecedented level,” Wen said, adding the two nations are now more confident and determined to defend their mutual interests.

        “China will firmly follow the path of peaceful development and support the renaissance of Russia as a great power,” he said.

        “The modernization of China will not affect other countries’ interests, while a solid and strong Sino-Russian relationship is in line with the fundamental interests of both countries.”

        Wen said Beijing is willing to boost cooperation with Moscow in Northeast Asia, Central Asia and the Asia-Pacific region, as well as in major international organizations and on mechanisms in pursuit of a “fair and reasonable new order” in international politics and the economy.

        Sun Zhuangzhi, a senior researcher in Central Asian studies at the Chinese Academy of Social Sciences, said the new mode of trade settlement between China and Russia follows a global trend after the financial crisis exposed the faults of a dollar-dominated world financial system.

        Pang Zhongying, who specializes in international politics at Renmin University of China, said the proposal is not challenging the dollar, but aimed at avoiding the risks the dollar represents.

        Wen arrived in the northern Russian city on Monday evening for a regular meeting between Chinese and Russian heads of government.

        He left St. Petersburg for Moscow late on Tuesday and is set to meet with Russian President Dmitry Medvedev on Wednesday.

        Agencies and Zhou Wa contributed to this story.

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        Brothers in Arms
        Dire Straits
        These mist covered mountains
        Are a home now for me
        But my home is the lowlands
        And always will be
        Someday you’ll return to
        Your valleys and your farms
        And you’ll no longer burn to be
        Brothers in arms
        Through these fields of destruction
        Baptisms of fire
        I’ve witnessed your suffering
        As the battle raged higher
        And though they did hurt me so bad
        In the fear and alarm
        You did not desert me
        My brothers in arms
        There’s so many different worlds
        So many different suns
        And we have just one world
        But we live in different ones
        Now the sun’s gone to hell and
        The moon’s riding high
        Let me bid you farewell
        Every man has to die
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        And every line in your palm
        We are fools to make war
        On our brothers in arms
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      Notice to vacate, Quit or Pay Rent: Final Notice:
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      Notice to vacate, Quit or Pay Rent: Final Notice:
      re: FED EX DELIVERY ATTEMPTED that was refused by you. Final Judgement

      Including, however not limited to all AKA’S Gary Leonard Clarkson, et alia Doreene L Taylor at Star Route 1, Box 205 Hollister, Missouri, Highway 65-160 LAWFUL NOTICE

      As Exutive Executor, or if english isn’t your primary language, Exeutrix, Trustee, et alia Of

      Virgie Mae Hughey Clarkson Reed

      and Corbin Climford Clarkson Land

      It is time for your “to quote my Mother” Texas trash to vacate. It is past time to remove all political notice or postings, or “ADVERTISING FOR ANYTHING IN TANEY COUNTY MISSOURI”

      good bye, audios, c ya later

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      417 334 5414

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