28th Aug, 2017

When things seem impossible; God is in charge!

I woke up at 4:15 A.M. this morning with the horrible things done to us in Orphan’s court by the Judge and Lawyer.

I know things may seem impossible 12 years after the death of our son; and proving what happened in the court. There are ways when you are vigilant! I believe this case is all about discrimination!

We had every ounce of proof that a will was forged; and we should have had our son’s remains. It is so sad that the legal system in Baltimore is so dirty. This truly was an injustice to have our lives ruined by the words of someone who brought bigotry to the level the Judge did.

She may have had honors bestowed upon her here on earth; but I believe she has brought the wrath of God upon her at Judgement day.

This Judge is now being praised for her fairness to the LGBT community; and gay marriage in a case in Orphans Court. This was our devastating case being referred to. To have it our there that she is now proud of her devotion to the gay community because of what she did to two Christian parents.

I believe, what happened to us in this case; is against everything our forefathers brought forth in our constitution. This story I found online is so disgusting because of what it represents. A Judge is supposed to judge by the facts presented in the case; not her own agenda. I believe, this is not equality; for a judge to be unfair to those who prove the facts! She ruled her own agenda to one particular group.

Our laws are for all the people; not for one particular group.

This story represents the ugly discrimination and bigotry in the Baltimore City court; towards anyone who goes against the gay agenda. The story of what happened to us; is truly an injustice!

Carolyn Groff

Psalms 89:7 God is greatly to be feared in the assembly of the saints, and to be had in reverence of all them that are about him.

Psalms 89:14 Justice and judgment are the habitation of thy throne: mercy and truth shall go before thy face.

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