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  • concerned February 9, 2011 at 10:22 am

    I thank you from the bottom of my heart for fighting for these "kids"…God Bless you Deborah LaBelle!

  • JOSE LUIS LOPEZ February 9, 2011 at 1:18 pm

    DEAR DEBORAH LABELLE:

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  • Tonya Johnson May 27, 2011 at 11:17 am

    WE LOVE YOU FOR FIGHTING FOR OUR FAMILY MEMBERS!!!!

  • Taher Jackson August 13, 2011 at 7:12 am

    Dear Deborah LaBelle,
    The terrible story of Nicole Dupure has haunted me since I read Ed Pilkington's article.
    What can I do, now or in the future, to help her and other victims of the vindictiveness of US "justice" ? My own country, England, is not much better.
    If it is possible to contact Nicole, please tell me. I don't want to do anything without your advice.
    I am aged 62, and my wife is 53.
    Taher Jackson

  • Paul S November 1, 2011 at 5:31 pm

    Great article.

    Taher Jackson, good on you. You can contact Nicole by looking her up on Michigan's Dept of Corrections offender search. She's currently imprisoned at:
    Huron Valley Women's Correctional Facility,
    3201 Bemis Rd,
    Ypsilanti,
    Michigan 48197

    She'd love to hear from anyone who cares to write to her. She'll write back if able to, although please be aware that her prison earnings means she'd have to spend almost all of it on postage just to reply to an international letter.

    My email should be linked on my name above… i think.

    Paul.

  • MarkJohnson1974 November 9, 2011 at 12:56 pm

    The trouble with people like Mz. LaBelle and the ACLU is that they want to treat all teen offenders the same. I have no problem with teens who DID NOT actually physically contribute in the
    murder of someone getting a second chance IF they've earned it. I may even say that SOME, not all, 14 and 15 year old killers should be re-examined. But to lump ALL teen killers into the same group is both naive and extremely dangerous. That is the problem with the ACLU, in their rush to show how morally superior they are, they often put the public at risk. The son, Daniel Sorensen, of my friend was murdered by JP Orlewicz. This was an extremely violent crime as well as a very methodically planned out crime. Mr Orlewicz had been thinking about killing someone for nearly a year, just to see what it would be like, and finally settled on Daniel. PLEASE look up this case on google(JP Orlewicz) if you have the guts. Orlewicz, at the time of his trial, admitted to other inmates that if freed he would kill again and next time he would not get caught.

  • Don July 3, 2012 at 9:31 am

    The stupidity of people who have some control is frightening. Protecting the human rights of murderers but not the victims? Then creating more victims. Its not morals, but complete stupidity. Trying to get recognition and a name. Don't these bleeding hearts ever get victimized? A different outlook would surely follow if they did. I had an aunt murdered so the offender (15) could joy ride in her car. She was beat to death and left in her room while the offender sat and ate taco bell by her dead body. Now that he's been in prison for about 20 years, I'm sure that maybe you can take him in till he gets on his feet. Poor child. You make me sick!

  • sarah atkins July 31, 2012 at 8:31 pm

    i would like to think. all the juvenile lifers will get there freedom its been along time coming i have a man who i would love to see get a second change some day i would like for us to get married and live our lifes to the fullest im not saying what these young boys did was rite but they deserve a second change most are grown and been there to long so please let the courts do the rite thing my man as been there twenty four years its time to free

  • Iriscarey October 17, 2013 at 12:34 pm

    I commend you on your tireless work for these kids. I am not only appalled by what this justice system does to juvenile offenders, but also by the Judicial system exerting it's power and destroying people's lives just because they can.

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  • robyn mIlling May 7, 2014 at 3:16 am

    My13 years old son was accused of penal code 288 im seeking a lawer under the price of 15,000 the girl was,15 my son was 13at the time. My#is 562 388-0983 thak u.

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