The Williams Trial – Next Up: Sentencing

Maureen tells us that sentencing will be Oct 8.  She got that information from the Skagit Valley Herald.

About Hermana Linda
Hermana means sister in Spanish and Linda is my name. I was born in late 1960 to a mother who had traveled around the world and had been impressed at the baby wearing she saw in Africa and Japan. While in Japan she purchased the baby carrier in which she is wearing me in my avatar. By the grace of God, I trusted Jesus as my personal savior in 1983. He gave me a husband in 1987 and 2 sons in the early 1990's. All glory to God.

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  1. Whatcom mom says:

    A video newly posted on Youtube includes several minutes of Carri’s testimony. This was the first time I had seen more than a few-second sound bite, and it gives a vivid sense of her feelings about Hana and about her own responsibility toward her child. The video was made by a member of the Ethiopian community, and much of it is in Amharic, but the testimony is straight from the trial.

    I’m wondering–from people familiar with Pearl followers: is this level of self-righteousness the norm?

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=up4d_VeA4l0

  2. Carol Bertozzi says:

    I watched the video. Thanks for the link. If junk food is not food, why did Carri Williams have it in her house? Also, why is eating junk food such a crime? Doesn’t make sense to me.

    • Well, as I understood it, she had the junk food for special treats but Hana was not allowed to have any because she was being punished. But I agree that it does not make sense. The idea of a child in a family stealing food from that family does not make sense and Carri’s word choices betray her adversarial mindset.

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