Novato Community Hospital Emergency Room Visit January 13, 2015
I turned a Law Enforcement Officer away. I regret that.
I was strangled. I survived. I don’t believe this is something that one can ever get over. Yes, one may get past it, but never actually over it.
My name is Melissanne Velyvis. I am the mother of two successful adult children,
and one adorable grand-child.
I am a survivor of physical, emotional, and economic abuse. Due to the judicial misconduct of the Hon. Beverly Wood of Marin County, CA, I am not properly protected. I believe my story is of public concern. I would like to educate the public about Non-fatal Strangulation.
I can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org
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Wow. Way to go. Strangely, victims are shamed in a silencing process that drives multiple injustices. To the victim because s/he is deprived of recognition, love and support. To the perpetrator who hides his shame and is deprived of having to face the music. To our social fabric by rendering the foregoing g invisible. Your courage illuminates such hidden contours and helps us all. ❤️❤️❤️
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