This is an excellent and well written personal account from our dear Amanda Blackburn about her unfortunate experiences with whom I’ve referred to as “wannabe-Anonymous” members. Whatever you’re doing, stop and read this immediately. It will give you insight and clarity into the dark motives of those who wish to do harm in the name of good.
By: Amanda Blackburn
He who fights with monsters might take care lest he thereby become a monster… And if you gaze long enough into an abyss, the abyss gazes also into you.
At approximately four o’ clock in the morning on Valentine’s Day, I stepped out of my own car, in which I had ridden as a passenger, carsick, head throbbing and confused. The air was frigid, the sky was uncertain and dark, but the view was nevertheless breathtaking.
We were away from the crime scene. That part was over, at least. Thinking about it made the pressure in my head intensify. I hadn’t had a migraine in over a year. My mind was reeling. I had no idea how to process everything that had just happened. I knew I was angry at Don, but I was so scared and far away from everything and everyone I knew. I was in way over my head. I wanted to vomit as…
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