Wash. officer’s children recant sex abuse stories
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS
VANCOUVER, Wash. — Former Vancouver police officer Clyde Ray Spencer spent nearly 20 years in prison after he was convicted of sexually molesting his son and daughter. Now, the children say it never happened.
Those are the first two sentences of a very typical story about a man who was falsely accused and wrongfully imprisoned.
I don’t know how long this link to the rest of the story will last but the story tells of a man’s misfortune and how his children did what they could to acknowledge the wrong done to him after twenty years. It tells how happy he is to be reunited with them, as the worst part of his incarceration was separation from them.
Now I want the rest of the story.
Obviously there was a cooperative woman involved in this travesty. Well, what about her? Is she being charged? Was she a conspirator, or did she fight against the system to bring out the truth about her good man?
Is she paying lifetime spousal support for her abuse of him?
Is she still alive, or did those children have to wait for her to die before coming forward?
Do these children have to live with the distasteful responsibility of exposing their own mother’s crime?
What about the CPS (Child Protective Service) hit-man who made a living torturing this man’s children for over thirty days until they agreed to give false witness against their father?
What about the effects of PAS (Parental Alienation Syndrome) that his children suffered for twenty years? BTW, As a side note, some maggots call PAS insubstantial “junk science.” Ask these two thirty year old children about that.
The charges were that the abuse was repeated and extreme. Where was the judge when no evidence was offered?
Where were the lawyers? (That’s what we call a loaded question)
Now that the story has gotten to this point, where is the outrage?
I’ll bet you that there was plenty of outrage twenty years ago. Well?
This man not only needs financial security for life as the result of the abuse heaped upon him by his wife, the court, the lawyers, CPS and the Federal Government that funds all this happy horse shi*, he and his children need psychological reparations as well.
I do make some questionable assumptions in this writing and I acknowledge that. There-fore I am asking, as I did at the top of the page, for the rest of the story. Don’t give me and the public half a story. With the initial telling of the story comes the responsibility to answer any questions that arise from that story. See how it works. You start something, you take responsibility for it. This previous sentence goes for all the perpetrators in this huge fraud.
This story is one more step in the damage done to this man. My inference from the story is that the reader is supposed to feel that a wrong has been righted or that justice has finally come. No. Don’t infer that. This article is a cry out for justice for a multitude of crimes. Twenty years ago, crimes were committed, but not by the father.
Crimes were committed by CPS against children.
Crimes were committed by a mother against a father.
Crimes, or at least egregious breaches of ethics, were committed by lawyers.
Crimes were committed by a Judge against a man.
Get on with the charges, prosecution and reparations so we can get satisfactory closure.
Closure, instead of outrage.
Then, please, come back and tell the story. Millions of people need to hear it.
Come on writer. Follow up. This story cries out for a documentary. Be a real journalist.
I dare ya’.
You may think that I make this challenge with a tone of anger or arrogance,
but that is not what I feel.
What I feel is fear.
Fear, that the rest of the story is that nothing will ever be done.
Fear that the criminals will be protected.
Fear that there is no money in righteous reparation, and because of that, today’s American doesn’t care.
It seems that there is no Federal funding to do what is right. There is a huge federally funded machine in place to create crimes like this.
What we need is a program to stop them.